In summary, on 01/04/17 at 1745 hours, Ofc. Kelley #262 and I were patrolling the area of 5600 W 16th St., at which time I observed a vehicle with tinted windows and no rear registration light (05' grey Acura IL Q336438). A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle.
On 05-18-17 at 0107 hours, I was working uniformed patrol in police unit #16. I was traveling west on Walnut Street approaching Madison Avenue. I observed a tan 4 door Kia Amanti also traveling west on Walnut Street, directly in front of me. I saw that the vehicle did not have a rear license plate in violation of CVC 5200(a)-No License Plate.
On 07/15/2015, at approximately 2305 hours, your Affiant was on routine patrol on Main Street (SR924) when I observed a silver Chrysler sedan parked in the One Hundred Block of South Main Street (westside of the street) near the intersection of Oak Street. The vehicle displayed a Pennsylvania registration of JRJ-5342. The registration was checked utilizing the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation vehicle record abstract which revealed that the license plate was assigned by the department to KYLE ROBERT & SARAH LYNN FOGARTY for a 1998 Chevrolet. I then verified the status of KYLE and SARAH FOGARTY'S driving licenses both of which were suspended by the Department of Transportation.
On Thursday, July 14, 2016, at approximately 0847 hours, Patrolman David Stamets had a vehicle stopped on the 100 block of East Oak Street. Immediately after Stamets stopped the vehicle Your Affiant positioned his vehicle on the 100 block of South White Street near the Oak Street intersection facing southbound. When exiting my vehicle your Affiant observed a gold Pontiac sedan accelerating northbound on South White Street at an unsafe speed towards Stamets and your Affiant's location.
The operator of the vehicle identified himself as Roger Robert Romansky with a California identification card. I questioned Romansky who the owner of the vehicle is. He said it's a friend of his. When asked for his friend's name he said he wasn't sure. He asked the other occupant in the vehicle for his friend's name. The passenger said Brittney. I asked if they had a phone number for Brittney so I could verify that they are permitted to use her vehicle. Both males related that they did not
According to police reports, officers were dispatched to a hit and run call in the 700 block of Vassar. A vehicle has struck two parked vehicle and had left the scene. Officer Seachris arrived and made contact with Officer Wheeler who was with the victims of the accident. Officer Wheeler advised that the vehicle was in the 600 block of Vassar. Officer Seachris proceeded to locate the vehicle, a maroon Chevy pickup with Kansas tag of 005HEY parked in front of 646 S Vassar. The vehicle was registered to a Hispanic female at 628 S Vassar. Officer Seachris made contact with the owner of 646 S Vassar, Christopher M. Matthews, who advised hearing a loud crash then seeing a white or Hispanic male with no shirt on, heavyset, bald, and wearing
On Thursday, February 17, 2017 at around 12:09 am, I, Sergeant Bever heard over the radio the Officer Etheridge was in pursuit of a vehicle in the College Park Subdivision and assisted him in the pursuit. I caught up to the pursuit when the vehicle being chased turned onto West Park Dr and headed west. The vehicle then turned right onto Ridgeway Dr, heading west, made a U-turn and turned left onto West Park Dr and headed north.
Once on scene I observed the described black Ford F-150 pickup truck. The truck was positioned facing westbound and in the roadway on the unit block of East Laurel Street, where Laurel Street intersects with Main Street (State Route 924). An ambulance was requested to the scene for the male operator who was unresponsive. Emergency personnel removed the male from the vehicle. During this time I attempted to identify the male. I requested the owner's information from the Pennsylvania
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
I arrived at the security station and met with CA Schreiner and CA Brown. They identified the male through security station records as JORDAN SCHINKER. I recognized Schniker's name based on prior police contacts.
I made contact with the vehicle bearing a Florida tag of HDCD43. I confirmed via dispatch that the vehicle was listed as stolen in FCIC / NCIC. I then attempted to make contact with the registered owner via agency cell phone with no results. I then went to the listed address of the registered owner and made contact with the owner and advised him that vehicle had been recovered. I provided the registered owner a courtesy ride back to the scene.
I made a passenger side approach and was greeted by the driver who later identified as James T Smith II and the passenger, Brandon Smith. I asked the driver for his license, registration, and insurance. Smith II produced the vehicle's paperwork, and advising me that his license and his wallets were left at home. The driver claimed that his name was Nase Reid with a date of birth of 4/9/1991, an address of 257 2nd ave North Brunswick and that he has license in New Jersey and New York.