pattern was a black male, missing clothing, no car, poor families, no evidence of abduction,
The Baltimore County Officer observed a Nissan Maxima speeding on August 7, 1999, at 3:16 a.m. The officer initiated a traffic stop and observed there were three men in the vehicle. The men were identified as the driver Partlow, and the passengers Pringle, and Smith. The officer asked Partlow for his license and registration. When Partlow opened his glove compartment to get his vehicle registration, the officer observed a large roll of money inside the compartment. He ran Partlow’s information for any wants or warrants and he came back negative for both.
Defendant was pick up nearby within a short period of time after the incident. Defendant is a black male, 33 years old, 5 feet, 8 inches tall, and was wearing shorts and carrying a red and blue striped shirt. The victim was driven to the location to see the defendant, who was standing with police officers, still shirtless, with his hands cuffed behind his back. Victim hesitated in identifying the defendant until one of the police officers held the striped shirt over the defendant’s chest, at which time she identified him as her
On 12/02/16 I arrived at 6616 Noble Road in reference to a burglary call. Upon arrival I made contact with Gene Carmical. Mr. Carmical said sometime between 1230 hours and 1400 hours, this date, someone entered his residence through a window on the northeast corner of his residence and took several items including guns and gold and silver coins.
The suspect, Justin “Snipes” Meeches (41), a hardcore fellow gang member of Indian Posse and the victim in this matter had been a long time friend of over ten years.
Mr. Felix Smith was found deceased at his residence at 225 Frost Avenue at approximately 6:00 am on Friday, June 12, 2012, by his neighbor Christy Moore. Smith is a white male approximately 5’ 9” tall and weighs 147.57 pounds within the normal body mass index to scale. Mr. Smith’s core temperature was 32.6 degrees Celsius taken at 7:00 am. The neighbor, Christy Moore reported she saw the victim alive at 11:00 pm on Thursday, June 11, 2012. Moore claims she left the victims residence at 11:00 pm after eating Chinese food and watching Dexter on television with the victim. She claims she returned to the victim residence the next morning to ask Smith for his assistance starting her car. When he did not answer, she entered the unlocked residence and found the victim deceased at the bottom of the back steps. There is no indication of forced entry; although, the body was found face up and the lividity on the victim’s face and chest indicate he died face down. The victim died at approximately 12:30 am on June 12, 2012, due to blunt force trauma to the back of the head and a broken neck as result of suspicious
Roger’s had fled the scene in his vehicle. The investigators were able to get an extremely detailed description from witnesses. Officer’s patrolling the nearby area found a vehicle matching the description about a mile away from the scene of the crime in a Safeway parking lot. As the officers approached the vehicle they notice Roger’s was also with a woman and
This case relates to our business law class because it talks about evidence, certain type of court system, and the unknown fact of a whether this was a felony or misdemeanor crime. Evidence are the materials presented to prove or disprove alleged facts. The evidence in this case was the wallet of Kovack found under the bridge. Along with the evidence back in 1998 from the first missing person’s report. The evidence from that long ago may still be valid in this ongoing investigation. This case will most likely stay in the state court system of West Virginia. That is because there was no other crime committed outside of the state of West Virginia, or even with someone who lives within another state. This case is being under investigation for the second time, but this time they have the bones of the victim and are currently doing tests to find out the cause of death. There is no possible way to tell whether it is going to be considered a felony or misdemeanor because of the lack of knowledge given about the body in this
A. Someone seen an orange truck leaving a neighborhood. They wrote down the license plate number and immediately called it into the police. They said the vehicle looked suspicious. They found Ramirez's fingerprints all in the car, and on a victim's window outside of the house which linked him to the crime.
I spoke with Witness Joaquin Jimenez and he told me the following information in summary: Witness Jimenez heard someone knocking at the front door on 07-15-16 at approximately 0750 hours. Witness Jimenez reportedly answered the front door and saw Suspect Jimenez walking across the front lawn to his vehicle. Witness Jimenez closed the front door without communicating with Suspect Jimenez. Witness Jimenez did not give any additional relevant information regarding the above
This incident involves two unknown male Hispanics attempting to steal the victim’s gardening equipment. During the incident, victim Rodriguez was dragged approximately 40 feet before the suspects fled from the scene. There are no suspects in custody.
Introduction: Folsom Outlet Mall, Folsom, California, the Coach Store Manager filed a report with the Local Police Department after $2500 worth of wallets was stolen from the store. The Coach Store Manager identified one of two suspects as local news anchor, Ms. Sabrina Rodriguez. Local Law Enforcement Officers conducted an investigation and issued a warrant for Ms. Sabrina Rodriguez’s arrest. They believe that she helped an accomplice steal the merchandise from the Coach Store.
The incident occurred inside apartment #108 which is located at 736 N. Garfield Avenue. The apartment is located on the southeast side of the apartment complex with a north facing front door. The crime occurred the living room which is located on the south side of the home.
Richard Raymond Tuite was seen running around town about the time Stephanie was murdered. Tuite was knocking on neighbors doors. He was asking for a woman named Tracy. Wearing a red sweatshirt, they wouldn’t notice any blood spots with the naked eye. After the police questioned and dismissed him they confiscated his red sweatshirt just in case. Months passed before they decided to check for any blood. Blood was found on the sweatshirt, so testing had to be done. After a while the results came back showing it belonged to Stephanie, but many days passed before Tuite was charged with the murder. After that, the case went to trial again. They were hoping they could get Tuite out without any charges. An Escondido police detective testified that Tuite's criminal record reflected a "bumbling prowler" (AleidaLaw.com) that would not be capable of the stealth it
On 17 August 2016 I, Detective Sergeant Daniel Hunter investigated a reported aggravated robbery that occurred at the Greenway Trail Head off of Hwy 31W located next to 2950 Hwy 31W White House/Sumner County TN. The victim, Mr. Isaac Brant stated that he and his girlfriend, Ms. Payton Cole were walking on the Greenway and was going to meet a Mr. Zechariah Temple who was a former school mate of Mr. Brant. Mr. Brant and Ms. Cole gave statements that Mr. Temple pulled in the parking lot and parked. He was driving an older model, maroon, and Taurus type vehicle. Mr. Brant stated two people jumped out of the vehicle and a larger black male pulled out a semi-auto hand gun and placed it in his rib area. He stated that the black male demanded his money. He stated that they took his money and sped off. Ms. Cole stated