There was a white Italian-American man by the name of Sal who owns the neighborhood pizza parlor. He has two sons Nino and Vito who both have racial tendencies. They strongly dislike
4/11 12 PM this worker participated in a meeting with Gina Reno and Christina McAdams. Christina arrive she seemed frantic and worried. Gina asked Christina what was going on. Christina replied that the man who bought the guns from Chad, when he stole from his uncle Bruce, has been found and arrested. The family of the man who was arrested for buying the guns was reported to be looking for Chad. Christina was concerned because now that the man was arrested he can file a motion to investigate and her name is all over the case due to being a "snitch". Christina reported that she took the police to the home that Chad sold the guns to. Gina spoke to Christina about not consistently wearing herself about the family looking for her or would cause her to go crazy. Gina spoke with Christina about employment. Christina reports that she has no employment. Christina reports that she was working at the Olive branch, but quit the day that she informed the worker. Christina reported that she quit working at Olive Branch due to her sis sister reputation. Christina reports that Olive branch was treating her as if she was her sister. Christina was kept in the back and she is a pretty girl who wanted to be a server. She wished to be a server to earn tips. Gina and this worker both explained that she should've kept her job at the the
Recently in Alabama a man by the name of Anthony Ray Hinton was exonerated from death row after already spending thirty years in prison. Hinton was convicted of two separate fatal shootings of fast food restaurant managers in Birmingham, AL. One on February 25, 1985 shooting a John Davidson, and the second occurrence was on July 2, 1985 making Thomas Vason the second deceased. The evidence brought against him was a revolver that somewhat matched the one Hinton had in his home. There was no physical evidence, no fingerprints and no eyewitnesses linking him to the crime. Also, the revolver was questionable at best due to the fact the gun belonged to his mother who he lived with. Ballistics could not accurately tell if the gun Hinton had was even the weapon used in the shootings because they could not tell if his gun had been fired out of recently. They also could not conclusively say that all the bullets used in the two shootings were fired from the same gun. All in all, Hinton was convicted by a possible bullet match to his gun; and an eyewitness’s testimony from a person who was present at a similar, but different crime that Hinton was never accused of. Hinton coming from an underprivileged area only had a $1,000 to hire a ballistics expert to disprove the allegations. Thus leading to a person whose proposed allegations were questionable. Hinton was found guilty and put on Death Row. After sitting in a jail cell for thirty years he was released after firearms experts
While at the Boyer 's getting fuel, two juvenile females came to me to report a suspicious male. The females identified themselves as Patricia Moncrief and Hayley Stachowski. The juvenile females stated there is a male that had been parked outside the Domino 's for a while stalking a female worker. The juvenile females stated the worker was told to call the police but she did not. The females stated a male Domino 's worker came outside to confront the male and the male moved his vehicle to the Boyer 's side parking lot and remained there. The juvenile females pointed the vehicle out to me, which I observed and the male sitting inside the vehicle, I identified that male as Pena Jose. Pena started his vehicle and drove away. The
Domino’s Pizza is the No. 1 Pizza Delivery Company in the world and the undisputed pizza delivery expert. The Company has a unique business and operation model and is a pioneer in the fast food industry. Since 1960, Domino’s Pizza has successfully expanded from 3 outlets in the United State to 9,350 stores operating in seventy countries. Domino’s operation in Malaysia and overseas uses the franchise model. The parent company, Domino’s Pizza LLC is head quartered in Michigan, United State of America. It maintains overall control on the sourcing and supplying of raw materials to the master franchises and enforces quality of the service and products sold. Founded in 1960, Domino's Pizza is the recognized world leader in pizza
CW went to 1261 Everton Dr, Apt 9 Akron, OH 44307 because they were called out by Akron Police Department (APD) for allegations of abuse towards 2 children. CW Jonathon Henry and CW Sonya Cole pulled up to the apartment complex and observed that there were over 15 people sitting outside. Both CW could tell that this was the correct address because there were 3 police cars that were sitting outside. As the CW's were walking towards the apartment complex an APD officer asked if the two workers were from CSB. CW Cold responded that they were. The officer then told CW's that there were not 2 children, however, there was 3. The officer stated that there was one child in the bedroom sleeping that they did not know was in the home. CW's were also told by the officer that Mr. Brian Burrell (AP) was in the home and that he was very agitated. The officer told the CW that they had called him down, however, suspected that he would get upset after entering the home. The officer also said that he already knew that the kids were in the custody of CSB and that he would most likely not be happy that the two CW's were at the home. The officer the led both the CW upstairs to apartment 9.
The worker contacted Anita Roberson who the mother of Amber Bowe and grandmother to her children. The worker asked Mrs. Bowe if she had any concerns for a Mr. William Chadwick who is the father of Amber Bowe’s younger children Jameson and Jackson. Mrs. Bowe stated “William is verbally and physically abusive the kids. Jameson has told me her dad has called her a “bitch” before because he was mad at her. Jackson has told me he dad has thrown him on the bed by his neck because daddy was upset at him. Mrs. Roberson recanted she was told by the children about an incident where Jackson had defecated in his underwear and William made him “eat” the feces as punishment. Mrs. Roberson stated all the previous incidents occurred around the time Jackson
The boyfriend’s mother called her at work and told her the boyfriend had her car keys. Rodman told the mother to have the boyfriend call her at work. When he did, she informed him that she could not talk to him at her duty station, and he hung up on her. He called her back and left a number where he could be reached. She left the work area and went to the break room to call him. After returning to her duty station, Rodman got another telephone call from her boyfriend who told her to go downstairs to the lobby to meet him and pick up the keys. When she refused, he told her that if she did not come down he would come up to her department. Claimant left the department to confront her boyfriend, and, because her supervisor was at lunch in the hospital cafeteria, Rodman notified a co-worker, a registered nurse, that she was leaving. Rodman testified, “I didn’t want any kind of confrontation at the desk, so I went downstairs.” Before she left her desk, Rodman called the employer’s security guard and asked him to meet her in the lobby because she anticipated that a problem could develop. When Rodman got to the lobby, her boyfriend started yelling and forced her outside. In doing so, he tore her shirt. At this point the security guard arrived and observed them arguing. Rodman was in the passenger seat of her car. The security guard instructed the boyfriend to
R/s Bertha Belton is a disabled stroke victim. R/s Ms. Belton is not able mobilize outside of her wheelchair, she needs assistance from others. R/s Ms. Belton is able to feed herself and she can assist in clothing herself. R/s Ms. Belton is not able to stand for a period of time. R/s Ms. Belton attends Adult Daycare Monday-Friday, she has an aid in the home, and she receives meals. R/s Belton’s apartment is smelly and her carpet is wet. R/s the apartment Manager Gloria has been notified but went off on the reporter. R/s it is hearsay that the carpet will not be removed.
Nicholas (father) called the reporter (paternal grandmother) on the morning of 8-10-15, around 12am. He stated the mother and her friend was using ice. The child was in the bed asleep. The reporter went to the home and Candace (mother) flushed the drug down the toilet right before Law Enforcement arrived. Law Enforcement stated it was the same thing as crystal meth. Nothing was done by Law Enforcement because drugs was not in sight. Crystal meth is not being made at the home that the reporter knew of. According to the reporter, Candace has a history of drug drugs. Nicholas also uses drugs of prescription pills. The reporter thinks Candace friend is an influence on them. Ethan lived with the reporter and Nicholas for years when Candace was from
I met with Larry on August 6 regarding his potential Workers Compensation Claim. Larry is a member of Carpenters Local 94 and has worked at the housing authority at Parenti Villa since 1998. His indirect supervisor is Teamsters member Frank Manfredi. Larry reports that on July 16, 2015 he was locking down an elevator on the 15 floor. When he went down to the fourth (4th) floor he observed lots of smoke. He and a laborer Aduarda Figueroa stepped off the elevator along with their supervisor Gabby and Larry was able to identify that the smoke was coming from apartment 411. He went into the apartment and found the resident and then assisted the resident in escaping. Larry states that during the incident he felt pain in his head and neck and a “poking”
P alleges false arrest. P alleges that MOS approached and searched him. P alleges after searching him, MOS approached his brother, Rashawn Belle (non-party) and arrested. P alleges that he went to inquiry about his brother’s arrest and MOS arrested him. MO Pizzarro, seated in unmarked vehicle, observed P taking money from people then meet up with his brother. Then, MOS Pizzarro radioed what transcribed to the MOS Nigro and approached P and his brother. As MOS Pizzarro was approaching them, P and his brother began to walk away. MOS Pizzarro observed P had his brother a plastic bag then the brother threw the bag into the bushes. MOS apprehended P’s brother while P had walked ahead. After P’s brother was arrest, P came back to the location and
Reporter stated they meet mom (Nia) was she was in Wal-Mart trying to steal when she was pregnant a few months ago. Reporter stated she paid for mom’s items. Report stated mom took things out her panties like toothpaste and sexual cream. She did not have anything for the kids. Reporter went to mom’s home on 9/2/17 to give the family some groceries. That was also the last time they saw the family. The boyfriend/husband (Eric) tried to push the reporter out the door. He does not like for the reporter to come over. He almost stepped on the baby while she was sitting in her car seat in the process. He pulled mom’s wig off in front of the reporter and the baby. Reporter did not see the other 2 children. Mom called the reporter
How does McDonalds affect the United States? Originally, McDonald’s was a walkup restaurant serving food at half the price of your average sit-down restaurant. Because of how cheap the food was and how fast it was served, it attracted many people, making it a local attraction. After, this restaurant was opened and became a local sensation, it was franchised and spread practically all over the world. Before it spread all over the United States, according to the CDC in the 1950’s 33% of all Americans were overweight, 9% being obese (while no serious obesity cases had been reported yet). Now forty years later, in 1990, 30% of all American citizens are obese and 56% of Americans are overweight. That is an insane jump of fatness in a very short period.
Two individuals, the Baker brothers have been long-term employees of Bin Inc. a company earning $240,000 per year and the only company providing food to a chain of guesthouse. The Bakers each make $55,000 per year. The contract between Bin Inc. and the guesthouses was established in 1981 and is currently being renewed every three years on September 30 taking effect January 1 of the following year. Bin Inc. and the guesthouses agreed to have four deliveries per day so that guests are adequately provide for. The Bakers are aware that net profit from Bin Inc. catering operation average $240,000 per year. They also know that late arrivals have caused tension between the guesthouses and Bin Inc. a scenario that are contrary to the agreements between the parties. They have started their own food company (Bakers Inc.) and did not rule out service to the guesthouses. Since starting the company, the Bakers have been absent from Bin Inc. on a number of occasions without pay and this has contributed to the deteriorated service of Bin Inc. to the guesthouses. In addition, seven guests at the guesthouses suffered food poisoning after consuming the food (no fault of their own) on July 18, 2012 and approached the guesthouses who then informed Bin Inc. The tainted food can be traced to the work of Farknn Baker. The Bakers have conceded that Bin Inc. had a recent City inspection on July 10 and was given 15 days to improve sanitary conditions at their kitchen or face closure. Bin