Upon arrival, Officer Wheeler activated his (BWC1) body worn camera which was later uploaded to evidence.com. As our patrol vehicle pulled up to St. Luke’s emergency room entrance, I viewed a male later identified as (RV1) Devinelle Lavaughn Broussard with a cellphone in his hand attempting to prevent a female, later identified as (B1) Eleasia Ashanti Fraise, from throwing a (EVD1) red brick. I next saw Fraise throw the brick at a parked (D1) silver BMW, located along the south side walk. The brick fell to the ground and Fraise went to picked it back up. Fraise picked the brick up and moved in the direction of our patrol vehicle with the brick at shoulder height. I parked the patrol vehicle and immediately got out drawing my firearm to a low ready. Officer Broussard stepped out of the vehicle and drew firearm pointing it at Fraise (View Officer Wheeler’s statement for further details). Officer Wheeler and I gave commands to Fraise to drop the brick. Fraise immediately complied and dropped the brick. I holstered my firearm
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.
INVESTIGATION: On Sunday, 04/29/2018, at approximately 1024 hours, I was in full police uniform, driving a marked Daly City Police patrol vehicle. I was driving south on Sullivan Avenue, north of the interstate 280 south on ramp. At that time my attention was drawn to a gray, 2015, Volkswagen, Passat bearing California license #5TUF434. I saw the vehicle was occupied by a male driver and female passenger. I conducted a records check on the computer in my patrol vehicle and it revealed it was a stolen vehicle out of Oakland.
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.
Upon arrival, I met with Lake Ridge Student Quarzaza, Imani B/F, dob 04/22/1998 and her dad Quarzaz Mongo who said that someone hit her vehicle while it was parked in the school parking lot in front of the Pac. Quarzaza said that she parked her vehicle at approximate 6:74 a.m. in the parking lot near the Pac before the start of school. Quarzaza said that when she went to her car at approximately 3:09 p.m. after school, she noticed that she had damage on the back right side fender. Quarzaza said that an unknown w/f driving a black truck drove by and told her that she had seen a red pick-up truck hit her car. Quarzaza said that the unknown suspect left a white piece of paper on her windshield with nothing written on it.
On August 11, 2017 Police Officer Lawrence Lezewski, DSN 11428 manning vehicle 2426 and I (Probationary Police Officer James Harris III, DSN 0513) manning vehicle 2425 received a radio call for an “Assault” at North Broadway and Salisbury Street on a Bi-State Bus. Upon our arrival, we were met by victim Eddie Dickens and witness Willie Penson (Bi-State Bus Driver), who stated the following:
The above caller requested police to meet him at his residence for a criminal mischief complaint. The caller related the children from 326 W. Centre St. were in the alley on W. New York St. throwing items and heard one of the items (believing it was a rock) strike the side of his vehicle (Jeep).
“Officer Groome attempted to stop a 2003 Honda Civic on Oliver Avenue in the city of Chesapeake for stolen license plates. Officer Groome activated his lights and siren for the driver to pull over. The driver of the vehicle did not stop, ran multiple stop signs and red lights, and was driving in excess of 80 mph. The driver continued driving through South Norfolk area into the city of Norfolk. The vehicle came to a stop on Reservoir Avenue in the city of Norfolk. The driver was identified as the accused and the passenger got out of the vehicle and ran. The Norfolk police responded to the area with their K9 unit, and the accused was hiding underneath the crawl space of a house. The accused was found in possession of a dime bag of marijuana and the vehicle, property belonging to Paul Brady, which had been reported stolen on 09/26/2015, in the city of Chesapeake. The accused is not a licensed driver. The accused stated that he received this vehicle from a “friend.”
At 1212 hours, this writer spoke with Ms. Natayla Walker, (242) 470-5425 the mother of M-1. She told this writer M-1 was with her. This writer met M-1 and his mother inside of the Discount Mart located at 401 Eastern Avenue, Capital Heights, Maryland 20743at 1234 hours. Ms. Walker advised this writer this is her weekend to have her son. (Referring to M-1).
V-1 was southbound in the inside lane of Business 67 behind V-2. V-2 was stopped in traffic in the inside lane of Business 67 behind V-3. V-3 was stopped in traffic in the inside lane of Business 67 behind V-4. V-4 was stopped in traffic in the inside lane of Business 67 about Cherry Street.
On the above date and time I was dispatched to 205 W. Columbus St. for a non-active burglary. I arrived on scene and spoke with Ray NESTOR who stated when he returned home from work he noticed items were moved around and out of place in his house. First thing NESTOR noticed was his kitchen towel was moved to a different place. NESTOR stated he then noticed a washed plate was knocked over. NESTOR stated he looked at the window and the screen portion appeared that it was bent and someone had tried to bend it back in place. NESTOR stated he noticed one of the window hinges was broke.
Between the years 2008 and 2010, the VHA hospitals and outpatient clinics that participated in the MOVE! program, screened for obesity and had 66% to 95% eligible patients within that time span. The number of patients attending the first session for the program has doubled. Approximately two-thirds of the 114,541 patients that attended the MOVE! treatment in 2010 said it was their first time attending. The other third has been participating in the program for years. The number of participants joining the MOVE! program has increased within the past few years.
V-1 was attempting to make a left turn from the center turn lane on PP Highway onto Sterling Drive. V-2 was traveling east in the outside lane on PP Highway. V-3 was stopped at a stop sign on Sterling Drive at PP Highway. The driver of V-1 failed to yield to V-2 causing
En route to the location, I was traveling with my lights and sirens activated northbound 58th Ave. at 21st St., at which time I observed a white Jeep (11' white Jeep IL ZX65390) traveling eastbound on 21st Street and continue northbound on 58th Avenue. The vehicle parked in front of 1927 S 58th Ave., at this point the driver exited his vehicle pointing to the rear drive side door yelling "they shot at us". I observed two (2) small defects on the rear driver side door and quarter panel that appeared to be caused by projectiles. I also observed the rear driver side tire was flat. The vehicle was occupied
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