Among other animal imagery, birds appear frequently throughout the story in times of crisis. The birds often foreshadow dangers that lie ahead. For instance, when Robert's team takes a wrong turn, "the fog is full of noises"(80) of birds. Then the birds fly out of the ditch and disappear. Robert and Poole know that "[there] must be something terribly wrong...but neither one knew how to put it into words. The birds, being gone, had taken some mysterious presence with them. There was an awful sense of void--as if the world had been emptied" (81). The birds return and when Robert nears the collapsing dike and "one of the birds [flies] up cut[s] across Robert's path" as if it is trying to prevent him from going any further. Robert does not heed the warning and almost dies in the sinking mud.
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No one was located in the house and patrol exited the residence to obtain a search warrant to collect the rifle. Dispatch was also advised of a pistol that was used in an assault the day before with the same suspect.
Facts of the Case: In the first incident, Clayton Harris’s truck was pulled over by Officer Wheetley because it had an expired license plate. When Wheetley approached the vehicle the suspect
On 10/18/2016, at approximately 1840 hours, at the Durango Jail located at 3225 West Gibson Lane Phoenix, AZ 85009, upon working in Durango 8 Control, I noticed that the majority of the inmates in the housing unit were gathering around A-row for what appeared to be a fight. I notified my partner Officer Carroll B2173 that there was a fight going on in A-row. Officer Carroll then made a radio call to Security Control for additional officers and placed Inmate (S1) Meyers, Donald T281833 and Inmate (S2) Carter, Clay T310426 in handcuffs until additional Officers arrived. Durango 8 was called code 4 at approximately 1842 hours.
At approximately 2012 Hours Sergeant Everett B1626 notified me to get pictures of all inmates who had any marks or visible injuries that were involved in the multiple inmate fight.
At approximately 1:13 p.m., I arrived at the scene and met with Trooper Cox. Trooper Cox advised me what had transpired prior to my arrival. Trooper Cox said a gold 2000 Saturn LS1 and a black 2011 Ford Mustang GT were traveling the wrong way
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.
Sgt. Bowden approached the truck and identified himself verbally and by presenting his badge and Sheriff’s Office Identification (Sgt Bowden was working in
While enroute I learned Trooper Dingman was out a 30 Marie Ave investigating. I arrived and found Trooper Dingman speaking with a male & female inside of apt. #1. Trooper Dingman briefed me there was an altercation between Linda Showalter, Jessica Goose, Eli Raisch, & Valerie Hartmann. Trooper Dingman stated there was a call for service about 46 hrs. ago where Valerie reported a family member of Jessica’s was inside Valerie’s cleaning when she was accused of stealing pain medication. Valerie & Linda then confronted Jessica & Eli about it, and an argument ensured.
I parked my patrol car on the side of Roberts Road and exited the vehicle, and called out to Mr. Burnette “TB, come her for a minute”. After I advised Mr. Burnette to come over to where I was, Mr. Burnette turned and took off running towards the back side of the Hostess House. I gave chase, advising dispatch that Mr. Burnette was running. As I came to the rear of the
On 05/29/16 at 8:00pm, I was dispatched to 2142 Balford Square East on injury-possible dangers or vicious dog and owner surrender. I arrived at the house and spoke to dog owner Delane Murrell Jr. Mr. Murrell stated that his son was standing in the kitchen when their dog came in the house from the back yard and attacked his son. Mr. Murrell wrote out a statement of facts in regards to the incident. Mr. Murrell also stated that he wanted to surrender the dog. I took pictures of the injuries to Qimari Brown. Qimari has puncture wounds to his right thigh and to the right side of back. Mr. Murrell was unable to show proof of dog license. Mr. Murrell was issued violations for failure to license and failure to control a dangerous dog. Mr.
On 1/3/2016 at approximately 2213 hours, I checked in with Lt. Sorensen in reference to his vehicle stop. Upon my arrival, I observed Lt. Sorensen and Sgt. Zucker quickly detain the driver of the vehicle who was identified as Chad William Butler. Lt. Sorensen was already familiar with Mr. Butler
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
A Case Study Reference On March 3rd 1991, Los Angeles Police chase a vehicle that was driving erratically. When the vehicle came to a stop after reaching speeds of nearly 120 mph, a total of four cruisers arrived to the scene, including six patrol officers and a sergeant. Of those officers were Laurence Powell, Timothy Wind, Theodore Briseno, Rolando Solano, Tim and Melanie Singer, and Sergeant Stacey Koon. (Linder 2001)