On Tuesday, 05/31/2016, at approximately 13:56 hours, I, Deputy Stacy Stark #1815 was dispatched to handle a telephone report of a theft. I spoke to the victim, Milton D. Stokes (M/W, DOB: 03/17/1955) via telephone at the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office. Stokes wanted a report on file that there was a 2 ½ gallon gasoline can stole and a ¼ tank of gasoline was siphoned from his vehicle some time during the night. Stokes informed me sometime after midnight on 05/31/2016, someone entered his property and stole a 2 ½ gallon gasoline can from the immediate area outside his garage. The gasoline can was filled with gasoline. The gasoline can was not secured in any way. The gasoline can was red with a black spout, square shape, and 2 ½ gallons in size. The suspect(s) also siphoned approximately ¼ tank of gasoline from his 1992 Maroon Ford F150 truck bearing Illinois registration 57868B, that …show more content…
After he realized the gasoline can was missing, he entered his truck to go to the gas station to buy more gasoline. When he started his truck, he observed the fuel gauge was missing approximately ¼ tank of gasoline. Stokes stated he owned the vehicle, but allowed his neighbor to drive the truck. Stokes contacted his neighbor and asked how much gasoline he put in the fuel tank on 05/30/2016. The neighbor said he filled the fuel tank on the truck to read ¾ of a tank of gas. Stokes confirmed there was ¾ of a tank of gas in the truck on 05/30/2016 when he parked the vehicle in his driveway. He observed the fuel gauge readout at ¾ of a tank. Stokes advised no one drove the vehicle after he parked it on 05/30/2016. There were no hoses or any evidence present at the scene to indicate the method of siphoning. Stokes only assumed the gasoline was siphoned from his truck because the fuel gauge read lower than yesterday. The fuel cap on the truck does not lock and flipped open by
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I, Deputy Daniel Pruitt spoke to a Steve Craine who stated on 06/06/2017 he saw a small silver SUV on his property. Steve stated the SUV was pulling a red 1970's model truck bed as a trailer. Steve stated he saw a white male drving and a female passenger. Steve stated the subjects were loading items from his property. Steve stated the subjects dropped all the items. Steve stated the subjects went to his neiybors Craig Chaffin's house at 25004 West 49th Street. Craig stated a female named Emma Hogen and a white male named Jerry came to his shop. Craig stated Emma and Jerry were trying to sell items out of a red truck bed. Craig stated Emma and Jerry wanted $300.00 dollars for the whole trailer full of property. Craig stated he paid Emma and Jerry $200.00 dollars and $100.00 was a check he wrote to Emma. Craig stated Emma and Craig left in a silve Geo Tracker SUV. I
On 05/30/2015, at approximately 1816 hours, your affiant observed a silver Chevrolet Classic occupied by two males. The vehicle circled the block in a counterclockwise manner, repeating a portion of their route. During this time I located the owner of the vehicle utilizing a search through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. The registration indicated the plate belonged to another vehicle and registered to Brittney Fisher, who was not an occupant in the vehicle. I activated my emergency lights initiating a vehicle stop in the 100 block of West Washington Street and while stopping the vehicle I observed the passenger making furtive movements towards the center console.
I responded to 24006 CR. M in the County of Montezuma, and State of Colorado. I spoke with Pendergast, Joseph and Pendergast, Christopher (Father). Pendergast, Joeseph stated he and his friend, Matson, Gideon, took a bottle of liquor from his residence. Pendergast, Joseph stated they had gotten drunk, then went and stole items from several vehicles. Pendergast, Joseph did not know what they had stolen.
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
Upon our arrival we were met by Jerry Thompson, he stated to us that someone had stolen some hand tools and atv wheel and tires from his shop behind his residence. After speaking with Mr. Thompson Sgt. South and I went out to the outside of the shop under a covered parking area and found a yellow in color Can-Am atv on a motorcycle jack without the wheel and tires. After this Mr. Thompson showed us inside of the shop where a tall rolling tool box was and informed us that various hand tools such as socket sets, ratchets and electric impact drivers were taken from. Mr. Thompson also informed us that in the office area inside the shop was a change jar with approximately $20.00 in change was missing and a 30 pack of bud light was missing out of the refrigerator in the office area.
The operator, later identified as Amanda Williams, supplied her SSN, and Ohio OL number, which was verified through Leads and CPD mugshots. Both occupants were found to be blank in LEADS, and Records by officer Cramblett. Officer Cramblett returned to the vehicle and returned the passengers Ohio OL, then asked if there was anything in the vehicle he should be aware of. Mrs. Williams stated there was not and agreed to allow officer to search the vehicle. Officer Cramblett observed a black sock on the center console, inside the sock he located a used Syringe and a Spoon, used for melting and injecting Heroin. Mrs. Williams, observing the sock in officer Cramblett hand, quickly admitted that the syringe and spoon were hers. Officer Cramblett detained Mrs. Williams ,in the back seat of cruiser 9182, and issued her a Summons for Possession of a drug abuse instrument, issued her a court date and released her
Stephen said on 07/25/2017 he parked his truck in the driveway with a Predator 8750 watt generator on a trailer. Stephen said at 8:00pm on 07/25/2017 the generator was still on the trailer. Stephen said on 07/26/2017 around 7:00am one of his workers noticed the generator was missing. Stephen said the strap on the generator had been cut to remove the generator. Stephen said he had cameras on his property and will review the video to see if the theft was on camera. Stephen said he was not sure if the cameras could see where the trailer was. Stephen said he did not have the serial number
Victim/Reporting Person Summary: Jimmy said he was taking his grandchildren to school around 7:45am and noticed the front seat to his truck had been moved. Jimmy said he was driving down the road and the back doors to his truck came open. Jimmy said that his truck doors were closed last night on Sunday, December 10th, 2017. Jimmy said he noticed his air compressor was missing. Jimmy said he drove the route back to his home and did not find the air compressor. Jimmy said he noticed several other tools were
On 02/11/2016 at 1436 hours, I was dispatched to Wawa (1060 Delsea Drive) for a report of an intoxicated male fumbling to unlock his blue Ford F-150 that was parked in the parking lot. Upon my arrival, I observed the vehicle in question leaving the parking lot traveling northbound on Delsea Drive. P/O Ziegler #5196 who arrived with me was able to conduct a motor vehicle stop on the above vehicle as I turned around in the parking lot of Wawa. After I arrived to the stop, P/O Ziegler and I approached the F-150 bearing NJ registration E80GFJ from the passenger side. As I requested the driver now identified as Shawn J. Hammell for his credentials, I observed his hands to be shaking and fumbling as he turned over his documents to me. I then ask Shawn if
On Thursday, August 31, 2017 at approximately 2232 hours, I was dispatched to a residence across the street from 2220 University St in reference of a suspicious person inside of a black truck. Upon arrival I spoke to the complainant Ms. Delisa Smothers. Ms. Smothers stated that at approximately 2230 hours, an unknown black male went inside her neighbor's truck located across the street at 2221 University street.
The police department arrived at the time of 11:55am and started establishing a perimeter. As the police were securing the perimeter, the BC noticed that a massive amount of gasoline was still continuously flowing from the truck and it was starting to flow into the storm drains.
Upon my arrival I spoke to Chris Holt, who stated that he had heard a truck door close and went outside to see what the noise was. Chris stated that when he walked outside he observed a County Road sign 4897 lying on his front porch. Chris then observed a white Chevrolet pickup possibly a 4wd with two kids in the back of the truck throwing two more County Road signs and a tripod to a transit into his yard. Chris tried to follow the pickup to get a possible tag number but was unable due to the high rate of speed the vehicle was traveling down the roadway. I advised Chris that I was going
On 26 June 2017 at 1516 hours, Officers were dispatched to the area of 305 East Penn Street for a theft of a vehicle. Officer were advised the actor was a Rhiannon Meyer and that she had stolen her dad Dodge truck green in color with a plow on the front. and was last seen heading towards Main Street. Officer began to check the area of Main Street, when Unit 191 called out with the vehicle at 100 Pennsylvania Ave, in Shenandoah Heights. Your Affiant (Patrolman William Moyer) along with Patrolman Tyler Dissinger responded to Unit 191 (Chief Livergood) location. At arrival Chief Livergood had MEYER in custody along with the stolen vehicle. MEYER'S was still yelling about someone having a gun in the window of the residence and was not making sense
I made contact with the driver and requested a driver's license and insurance. The driver was unable to provide a driver license or insurance. He provided a State of Illinois Identification Card with the name of Rivera, Alejandro DOB 10/09/98. Rivera was checked through LEADS which revealed he had a driver's permit with no wants or warrants. While speaking with Alejandro I detected an odor of cannabis emanating from inside the vehicle. Alejandro related that there was cannabis underneath the passenger seat hidden in an ArmorAll container. At this time Alejandro turned over a ArmorAll container with two (2) small blue plastic bags containing cannabis (4.0 grams). There was also a half rolled cigar paper containing cannabis, cigar paper, and cigar inside the container. The two (2) passengers in the vehicle were identified as Martinez, Jose L. DOB 05/25/99 and Saavedra, Angel I. DOB 11/22/98. They were checked through LEADS which revealed no record. Jose and Angel were in the closest proximity to the container with the cannabis.
On August 4, 2017 at approximately 2:40pm, Officer Lucas Griffin and I, Officer Kyeishia Evans, with the Ville Platte Police Department, was dispatched to 902 West Lincoln Street, Ville Platte, Louisiana, in reference to a business alarm. Upon arrival I witnessed a maroon 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe bearing license plate number ZTC679. I checked the vehicle and it was locked; however, I noticed the car was warm, as if the car had just been parked in the parking lot. I also noticed the back door of the business was opened. Officer Griffin and I checked the inside of the room; however, there was no door in the back room where you could enter the business. While checking the inside of the room we noticed damage to the tiles on the ceiling. I advised