On 9-7-2016 at about 0950 hrs I was dispatched to the Seasons on Lea Hill for a vandalism report. Enroute dispatch advised that the victim, Shawntea Mason, had contacted 911 to report that she had discovered damaged to her vehicle.
On 11/4/16, I, Account Manager Enmanuel Cabrera, was notified via email by Shift Supervisor Massiel Perez that Security Officer Bailey Forte no called no showed. S/O Forte is usually off on Fridays, but was scheduled in advance, 0200-0600, to cover the open post. S/S Perez made several attempts to call the officers from 1st shift to cover the open post, but was unsuccessful to get someone to come in. Also on 11/3, during the afternoon parking lot detail AVP1 was 1 flagger short, all vital positions where filled with the exception of the parking lot supervisor/rover. As well as on 11/4, morning parking lot detail was short 1 flagger. Daniel Canela no call no show for the AM parking lot detail. All vital positions in the parking lot were filled for the exception of the supervisor/rover position.
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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
On 3/13/16 SO EMT Perez was notified that an engine had come on campus. SO EMT Cunningham responded along with SO EMT Perez and caught up with the engine by lakeside commons. The driver of the engine stated that he was responding for a lift assist to 3144/3146 apt 220 but that he wasn’t sure which one he was going too. SO EMT Cunningham and SO EMT Perez decided to respond to FR-220 first being that they were the engine came from gate 2 and they were closest to that building. SO EMT Perez and SO EMT Cunningham knocked and announce their presence at FR-220’s door and were both verbally invited in. The resident a Mrs. Helen Neff stated that she could not get out of her chair because it was stuck and needed help getting out of it. SO EMT Perez
On 10/21/2015 SO EMT Perez was dispatched to HS-318 regaurding a general assistance call. SO EMT Perez knocked and announced his presnece at the door and was verbally greeted in by the resident, a Mrs. Netha Hopson. Mrs. Netha Hopson stated that she needed help retrieving her purse because her motorized chair was caught on it and she could not get it untangled on her own. SO EMT Perez managed to untangle the purse and retrieve it for Mrs. Netha Hopson. After insuring that Mrs. Netha Hopson needed nothing else SO EMT Perez cleared the scene without further incident.
On 12/17/15, a report was made with PCSO at 9524 Bamboo Ln. Jacksonville, AR in reference to a Commercial Burglary at Grindley Pools. Investigators responded to the scene and processed the scene. Inv. Reyer made contact with Mr. Jason Morgan a manager for Grindley Pools, who stated that during the theft a 2002 white chevy pickup (VIN# 1GCH29172E2466246) was taken.
On June 7, 2016, officer T.Cramblett #1191 was working cruiser 9182D, Zone 1 DMW, wearing the uniform of the day. Around 11:38 A.M radio aired that a robbery had just occurred at 1910 S. Hulmac Ct. Apt D, and that the suspect was a male black wearing a black shirt, jeans and having a goatee. The victim stated that the male had fled westbound from her apartment towards the 3C market located on Tamarack Blvd. The victim also stated the male was accompanied by a white female. Officer Cramblett was on Tamarack Blvd. when the information was aired and started to circulate the area. Officer Cramblett pulled out of the 3C market and turned northbound onto Tamarck Blvd. where he observed Mr. Warner Cutler and a female white walking southbound
On 2/17/16 at approximately 8:30 P.M, Shift Supervisor (S/S) Enmanuel Cabrera was notified by Safety Specialist Matthew Marsicano that IH services associate Elizabeth Andrisoqie was asked to be removed by IH services Project Manager (P/M) Courtney Berger via cell phone. Upon arrival, S/S Cabrera spoke with IH services associate Elizabeth Andrisoqie and advised her that IHS P/M Berger asked for her removal. At this time, IH services associate Elizabeth Andrisoqie refused to leave. After, S/S Cabrera advised IH services associate Elizabeth Andrisoqie, that her refusal to leave the premises forces security to contact the State Police for trespassing. Then at 8:35 P.M, S/S Cabrera called GSCC and asked to speak with the On Call Loss Prevention
This officer responded to Priced Rite Tree Service in reference to a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival, this officer contacted Middleborn, who advised they just noticed their 1988 Chevrolet black pickup was missing. Middleborm advised the vehicle was stolen sometime within the last 3-4 days. Middleborn stated an employee was supposed to take the vehicle in for repairs. Middleborn stated he called the company and learned the vehicle was never dropped off. Middleborn stated he spoke with his employee and learned the employee thought the vehicle was already in for repairs and did not check with anyone.
On 3/17/16 at 12:10 A.M, Safety Specialist Kevin Sabulsky notified Shift Supervisor (S/S) Enmanuel Cabrera that he saw the officer who was positioned in the exit shack not check the back of a trailer. S/S Cabrera advised Safety Specialist Kevin Sabulsky that he will look into the matter. Upon further review of the video surveillance system, S/S Cabrera saw that Security Officer Dinh Nguyen did not check the back of one trailer at 11:57 P.M on 3/16/16. S/S Cabrera immediately made his way to the exit shack to speak with S/O Nguyen. S/O Nguyen explain that the trailer was here early to his appointment and was “just passing through the yard.” The security officer also stated, that the trailer was properly check out in the YMS system and he
On 9/28/16 at 8:30 AM, Area Manager Daniel Ahner notified Shift Supervisor Ashley Lorah that a RJ Davis Yard Jockey caused damage to a trailer while backing up into dock door 4. RJ Davis Yard Jockey Danny Gorski, driving tractor 241 pulling trailer P5076637 out of slip location F-957, accidently damage the trailer’s door while backing up into a dock door. Mr. Gorski stated that while he was backing the trailer into the dock door, he notice that trailer’s door unlocked and hit against the building. No damage was found to the dock door but, the hinge on the trailer’s door was damaged.
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On 6/9/16 at about 3:30 AM, HR Assistant Janine Kadelak on duty Shift Supervisor (S/S) Ana Penaloza about an accident that occurred in the C-Lot. S/S Penaloza and S/S Enmanuel Cabrera quickly made their way to the C-Lot to gather the information needed and take picture of the damage. Upon arrival, S/S Penaloza and S/S Cabrera were met by victim (VIC) Amazon Associate (A/A) Deborah Eisenhower and person of interest (POI) Integrity Associate (I/A) Stephanie Curley (curleysc). A/A Eisenhower owns a Red Jeep Wrangler. I/A Curley owns a Black Ford Taurus. Upon talking to A/A Eisenhower, she stated that while parked in the C-Lot she saw the black vehicle driving erratically to get in the spot behind hers. While sitting in her car, A/A Eisenhower
On 3/7/16 at 4:50 P.M, Shift Supervisor (S/S) Enmanuel Cabrera was notified by Security Officer (S/O) Zachery Smith, that Yard Jockey Sean Barchik found a box of Trident gum in the Truck Yard by Dock door 59. S/S Cabrera then went out to the Truck yard to take pictures and collect a witness statement. Upon arrival, S/S Cabrera was met Yard Jockey Sean Barchik, he explained that he found the box of gum while performing a Yard inspection. Upon discovery, the Yard Jockey immediately notified B Shack security of the merchandise that was found. Security will launch an investigation to see if we can discovery how the box of gum get there.