I located the vehicle and pulled behind it without my emergency lights activated and I made contact with both the female driver and passenger. Shortly after, Edwards arrived on scene and he suspected that the driver, identified as Taya
The entire time he spoke she was pacing back and forth from the front door of the station to her vehicle while yelling. She said he assaulted her and the police never help her. She spoke of alleged incidents which were to have occurred prior to today and said the police don't do anything. I asked why she didn't call then if that had happened. She did not respond with an answer
In the book it describes, “We are turning before I realize why we are turning, and then I realize that Ben is pulling the wheel toward him, turning us in a hopeless attempt to miss the cow, and then we are on the shoulder and then on the grass,” (Green 268). The quote explains how the near accident had occurred during their 21-hour trip to Agloe, New York.
Leanne Davis, 30, who is currently studying law at Southampton Solent University, was already serving a suspended sentence for trying to blackmail Dr Rupert Pemsel out of £10,000, when she was caught overtaking traffic on the wrong side of the road in order to cut in and hit a motorcyclist after arguing with him over the manner of her driving.
What I did not realize until earlier this year was that maybe for once I was actually the person in need of help. In January of 2016, while working a midnight shift as the shift supervisor, I was on a traffic stop with another officer. During the traffic stop I went to pick up an item on the ground and as I bent over to get the item, I heard that
At 1746 Hrs. Sgt. Taylor then notified me through text advising that he was “having a juvenile entered into the amber alert system”. I then arrived at the law enforcement center to assist. I met with Sgt. Carroll and asked him to begin assisting after his briefing. CID Sgt. M. Sheedy was then notified of the incident and responded along with Det. Lee. A-Chief was also at the law enforcement center and was aware of the situation.
“Amanda Clark’s phone conversation came to an abrupt end when her Chevrolet Trailblazer rolled three times before landing on its roof. She had run a stop sign and was broadsided by another driver. Metal caved in around her, but the roof stayed intact and she survived with just scrapes and bruises” (Tracy). Amanda Clark survived her first car accident caused by distracted driving, but wasn’t as lucky the second time. After she started driving again, she pledged to put her phone away and focus on driving. Clark’s Mother, Bonnye Spray, said, “I thought this would be a wakeup call for her, and it was for a short time she wouldn’t talk on the phone, she was more cautious. But she got more confident in her driving and a sense of ‘Hey, I survived one, I’m invincible, nothing is going to happen to me now’” (Tracy). A year after her accident, Clark was driving on a highway. She
make sure she was okay to drive, she said she would. McGuire said she had no
Tonight I rode with Officer Gausachs again. We were mainly patrolling around College Ave and Cook Douglass. We began by pulling over cars one of which got a ticket for having an expired registration. After that for some reason not entirely sure why but, we just kept seeing cars without
Ms. Rodriguez stated she called 911 because she wishes to report her son is being bullied. I informed Officer J. Conser, I would handle this call and to have communication reassign the call to me. I introduce myself as the School Resource Officer (SRO) for Brogden Middle School. As we walked back towards the lounge
Legal Considerations A police officer comes to the emergency department nursing station and asks to speak to Harmony Andrews concerning the accident because she was sitting at the front of the bus and may have witnessed the accident.
There were two officer dispatched to the vehicle collision. The other officer talked with each party and with those that witnessed the accident. Officer Lewis took pictures, sketched the scene, and took measurements. All of the information he gathered will later go into a report he will write. My second
I asked Karen if she had been drinking and she said she had been. Karen told me she was drinking hard liquor. I asked her if she had been drinking since last night or just this morning, she said this morning. I asked her if she had been driving since
I read “Driver’s ED” today, and Remy crashed her driver’s ed car into the sidewalk. Remy was not paying attention to the road and drove up onto the sidewalk and kept driving while everyone in the car ordered Remy to stop. Remy did not stop the car even though her driver instructor, Lark ordered her to stop. The driver instructor had to punish Remy and tell her that someone could have been there. Near the end of my reading today Remy was very embarrassed and did not want anyone to know that she wrecked the car, and I also found out more about
Rosemary stated, that she likes to be on social media, hang out with her friend, listen to music, school, read, and be on Facebook and Instagram and snap chat. Rosemary stated that she is involved in student government at her high school and love to socialize with her friend at school. Rosemary stated her behavior, feeling better about herself, improving her relationship with her mom, and improving her grades at school. Rosemary stated, that her relationship with her mom is very poor. Rosemary stated that her mom does not treat her fairly and always criticize her. Rosemary stated that her mom does not care about her. Rosemary stated that her mom put her live in boyfriend before her and that make her feel not wanted and unloved. Rosemary stated that she hates her mom, however would like