The Investigator met with Investigator Michael Dattilio from Hellertown Police Dept. 685 Main St. Hellertown, Pa. 18055 (610) 838-7040 in reference to Judge Tidd’s investigation. Dattilio explained that Tidd, acting as attorney for Adams Plumbing, wrote up an agreement on April 26, 2013. The agreement between Douglas Adams, owner of Adams Plumbing, and former employee, Stephanie Gail Molloy, who acknowledged by written statement, that she improperly took funds from Adams Plumbing when she was the office manager. The agreement determined that Molloy would repay $88,000 to Adams. Tidd drew up the agreement and received his attorney fee for representing Adams. After receiving the money Adams later claimed there was more money missing and
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Memorandum To: Attorney of Jennifer Lawson From: Jackson Biegler Date: October 7, 2017 Re: Greene’s Jewelry Wholesale v. Jennifer Lawson for Breach of Contract Application of the Law to the Facts Greene’s defense should build its case around precedence and law while being shielded by public policy. Greene’s defensive position is precise and to the point, as Greene’s is in the process of suing Ms. Lawson for her part in breach of confidentiality for contacting Howell shortly after being fired from their company. Ms. Lawson offered to work for Howell, a direct competitor of Greene’s and provided Howell with confidential information about Ever-gold.
Predication: On 11/11/17, Asset Protection Manager (APM) Kristin Catucci contacted APM Jakub Orlando regarding Customer Service Associate (CSA) Anthony Stoddart who was suspected of taking money out of the register for personal benefit. Facts: On 11/14/17, APM Orlando reviewed CCTV footage along with POS electronic journal to confirm this allegation. CCTV footage reviled that CSA Stoddart took money from the bottom of the register and placed it into his pocket.
Fred reports that on April 22 at 11:00 am, he had a meeting with Kelly Washer from Kingston Property Standards due a complaint from a tenant at 131 Notch Hill, Unit 105. Kelly Washer found no merit to the tenant’s complaints and only found two minor issues that even she is unsure that these are issues at all. One missing cover plate on back of bathroom medicine cabinet and a loose electrical outlet for the stove.
The court also ordered the city to pay her attorney’s fees. The city appealed the ruling based on the grounds that they were not notified of the harassing behavior until after Williamson filed an internal complaint. Specifically, the city contended it could not be held liable for any knowledge the officer’s supervisor had regarding the sexual harassing conduct. The appellant court upheld the lower court’s
Hogeland explains that Hamilton was the brain and Morris was the financer. Founding Finance states, “Creditors wondered how the Congress, with no coffers of gold, could reliably back bills of exchange. Robert Morris showed them how. On behalf of the Congress, he made a deal with France for a large cash loan- about $2.5 million- dedicated not to supplying or paying troops but to paying American investors regular interest, in bills of exchange, on federal bonds. Well-backed, the bonds now sold quickly to a small group-largely partners, associates, clients, and friends of Robert Morris.”
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Amber Butz 219 E. 9th St. Northampton, Pa. 18067 (610) 844-8174 was advised of the identity of Investigator Sean P. Brennan and of the confidential nature and purpose of the interview, Butz, provided the following information: Butz explained that she started on Judge Tidd’s staff in September 2012 until December 2013. Butz is now working in the 911 Center in Northampton. Butz is the daughter of Brenda Anthony. Butz was starting to learn how to do the paperwork when Tidd would tell her he needed her to run and get him a soda at the gas station or run over and get him something either to eat. When Tidd would tell her Butz to do this or that she felt like she couldn’t say no to him.
According to ncbnews (2016), on October 22, 1989, Jacob Wetterling who was 11 at the time was riding his bike with his brother and a friend by his house in central Minnesota, when he was kidnapped by a masked gunman who was later identified as Danny Heinrich. Heinrich, who sexaully molested and killed Jacob then burying his body in a pit near Jacob’s home. The police suspected Heinrich from the beginning but he claimed that he had no connection to the case, and the police lacked significant evidence to question him. After the case became cold, Jacob’s parents pushed for a national sex offenders registration list, and in 1994, congress passed the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offenders Registration Act. Sadly, Jacob was not Heinrich first victim, nine months prior to Jacob’s disappearance, Heinrich kidnapped and sexually
On 04-20-2017 I responded to the wooded area West of Walmart. I was called to the scene by the Port Richey Code Enforcement officers. I was advised that defendant and her boyfriend, identified as, Thomas Blow, were trespassing on private property. I recognized both the defendant and Blow from their D.A.V.I.D. photos and previous encounters. The defendant also identified herself as, Stephanie Trost.
On June 15, 2017, I (Sgt C. Ellebrecht) was working a special assignment (probation searches). I was partnered two probation officers from the Humboldt County Probation Department. At about 0820 hours, we responded to 2668 Rohnerville Road (City of Fortuna - County of Humboldt) for a probation search on Lance Ostlund. Ostlund also had an active warrant for his arrest. Upon arrival, we contacted Ostlund 's aunt who advised that he was not at the residence and had not been for some time.
Case Study #1 Andrew Gonzalez Saint Leo University MGT 417 Case Study #1 The Meridian water pump case is about a small company that produces small water pumps. There was a meeting held within the department managers that pertained to making medium size pumps for the next 6months. Arguments were recorded between the marketing and sales manager, production manager, HR manager and finance manager. It seems to me that all were pointing the finger at one another on why things couldn’t get done and each department was slowing the other down by not efficiently running their departments.
An interview was conducted with Ms. Jones in August 2015, regarding an issue that has arisen between herself and her cousin Will. The issue is in regards to a necklace that she claims was given to her by her Aunty (Will’s mum, Nell) before she passed away. However, Will is claiming that Ms. Jones tricked the deceased into giving her the necklace. 1. FACTS 1.1.