Ms. Tiffani Timberlake’s (victim) reported to DPP, in regard to the Subject. Ms. Timberlake stated the reason for her visit to the office on today, because she believes the Subject has placed Spy software on her cellphone and she did not want her conversation to be recorded by him. She also explained how she endured the Subject’s violator behavior by his threats, harassment, and his physical abuse. Ms. Timberlake expressed she has fearful and wanted to know the next plan of action. FSI Farr and this Agent conducted an interview with Ms. Timberlake and again she was directed to contact the House of Ruth and she was offered some safety tips that would help and her family during this ordeal.
On 07/14/2016, at approx. 1230 hours, I made contact with Jennifer Dombrosky (Najera) the mother of Nick Merva and Kevin Najera. She said her children did receive the court subpoena and were aware of the hearing. She indicated Kevin's condition has become worse since the incident and he has an uncontrollable studder and hand tremor due to the trauma. I said I would have the ADA contact her to discuss the case. I forwarded her phone number that she supplied to ADA Hoppes.
Upon arrival, I spoke with the petitioner of the order of protection (Muro, Christine DOB 08/15/55), who related her daughter (Corona, Christina DOB 08/15/88) was inside her bedroom and that she has an active order of protection. Muro provided Cook County Order of Protection, which was valid and served. Corona was prohibited from entering or remaining at the residence/household inhabited by protected person(s). I made contact with Corona inside her bedroom. Corona was checked through L.E.A.D.S., which revealed she an active order of protection and warrant from Cook County. Corona was placed into custody at 0016 hours and transported to the Cicero Police Department. Muro signed one misdemeanor complaint for violation of an oder of protection. Muro was issued a Maybrook Court date (10/19/15 at 9:00 A.M. in room 104) and a Domestic Violence packet on the scene.
TC: On August 16, 2016, Ms. Tierra Brown (victim) contacted this Agent via telephone, in reference to the Subject. It was inquired if the Subject was still in contact with Ms. Brown and if she needed any resources from our agency due to the Protection Order that was filed against the Subject by her. Ms. Brown advised that the Subject and she have not been in contact with each other and was unware of any Protection Order that was filed against him. Ms. Brown states that she will contact the Court to report the Subject has been falsely accused.
Victim’s Summary: Sarah filed for a protective order PO-17-420 on Wenesday, November 29th, 2017. Sarah recieved a notification on her Facebook account. Sarah checked her Facebook and noticed Christopher had posted pictures of her and their family and tagged her name in the post. Sarah said the post was on arounf 6:00am after Christopher had been served his protective order. Sarah said Christopher posted several more posts and tagged her name in the posts. Sarah also posted on Facebook on Friday, December 1st, 2017. Sarah said Christopher
In effort to help you prepare for the upcoming Multi Disciplinary Team meeting for the case The State V. Sam Ruth, you have asked me to look further into the following concerns (1) Wendy’s “normal” medical exam findings. (2) Wendy’s diagnosis of a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) and if it is relevant to her disclosure of sexual abuse; (3) Wendy’s resistance with testifying in court; and (4) Wendy’s recent recanting of her allegations of sexual abuse.
CM picked client up from her niece’s home at 7:00am to meeting with her attorney, Rosemary Traub, at the courthouse at 7:30am for her schedule hearing 8:30am regarding her request for a protection order against her ex-husband. Ms. Traub also brought along with her, Gail Starr, from SANE to testify as an expert witness to discuss bruising as the police officer testified in the last hearing that he did not see any bruising on our client when he responded to the call. Additionally, Ms. Traub also subpoenaed the EMT that responded to our client on the day of the DV incident. The hearing started late at about 9:00am after the interpreter line was set up. The hearing officer first discussed the absence of the police officer as he was supposed to
Domestic violence calls to the police became popular in the 1970’s and 1980’s. History indicates that these calls were considered “family matters” that should be handled by its family. Following the landmark case of “Thurman vs. The city of Torrington”, that garnered a severe financial penalty for the police for failure to respond, changes occurred. In this case, Tracy Thurman was awarded $2.3 million when she sued the city of Torrington, CT police department for their failure to arrest her abusive husband.
Former Wallace State Community College Student Ralph Timberlake petitions the Alabama State Board of Education and Its members for access to all information that reference student Ralph Timberlake by name, numbers, and in all medium forms. Student Timberlake especially requests information pursuant to his Wallace State Community College’s unlawful race, national origin discriminatory appeals. In a timely fashion, Student Timberlake appealed the Wallace State Community College officials’ adverse decisions of Doctor Phillip Cleveland, Grievance Officer, Doctor Tomesa Smith, Vice President of Students, and Doctor Vicki Hawsey, President of Wallace State Community College. The aforementioned officials are unceasing in their unlawfully discrimination against Former Student Ralph Timberlake because of his race (Black), and his national origin (United States of America).
Ms. Smalls (Case Coordinator) receive a call on 8/7/2017 around 7:45 AM from Mrs. Latonya Frazier(MHS) reporting Jacquelyn White was found in the bedroom closet asleep with a belt around her neck. Ms. Smalls advised Mrs. Frazier to call law enforcement and mobile crisis. Mrs. Frazier express concerns of the family safety. The youth left a note on the dresser addressed to her biological mother and asking Mrs. Frazier to return her cell phone to the mother. Mrs. Frazier explained earlier that morning around 12:40 AM, that one of the youth’s in the home reported Jacquelyn had a conversation about thinking of different ways to kill everyone in the home than burning the home. Ms. Smalls left a message and email the DSS worker. Ms. Smalls emailed
Bridges on the above listed incident. I spoke with the male subject and gathered the pertinent information. The victim shortly arrived on scene and spoke with Law Enforcement. I observed the victim to be highly upset and emotionally at the time. I observed the victim to have fresh bruises around her right eye area. I observed a fresh cut that was still bleeding at the time. Photos were taken while on scene. The victim wrote a voluntary statement in reference to this incident. The male subject was then placed under arrest for Domestic Violence 3rd. A NCIC was run through dispatch and the subject returned wanted for Cayce Police Department in South Carolina. The subject was transported to Hampton County Detention Center by Deputy Ayer. Deputies issued the victim a Victim’s Right’s Form along with a case number attached. She was advised she would be notified of the court date. Deputies cleared the call and resumed normal patrol
Tiffany recently separated from her husband, and he has now become abusive towards her and her daughter. She states that he hits her for multiple reasons which include if he thinks she is with someone else, and if he feels that she is dressed inappropriately. He has also been physically and verbally abusing her 5 year old daughter. Her ex-husband is extremely obsessive, and has issues with anger. Along with his anger, he struggles with drugs and alcohol. Mrs. Maxwell admitted that the last time he physically abused her and her daughter received occurred the night before our session. At the time of the abuse Mr. Maxwell was drunk, as he usually is. She was referred to me for assistance in her divorce, and finding a job and shelter.