Alice Odom walked into the Gautier Police Department to report that someone had rifled through her vehicle, 1997 Mercedes and took $50.00. Odom said that there were four vehicles parked in the yard of her residence at 3140 Breakwater Dr. All four of the vehicles were rifled through, but Odom only had money taken from one of the vehicles. The incident happened between 8:00 p.m on 10/03/2016 and 5:15 a.m. on 10/04/2016.
I located the KPD Rape Case 15-27355 which identified a subject named Ricardo Oropeza-Quiroz (DOB 12-30-1993) as being contacted with Hicks. It was also determined that Oropeza-Quiroz was an involved party in KPD Hit and Run Case 15-22411. In the Rape case, Hicks and Oropeza-Quiroz were people of interest. That case is still under investigation. In the Hit and Run case, there were scene photos taken of Oropeza-Quiroz. Detective Brown printed one of these photos to provide to Hicks for possible identification of “Ricky.” We again met with Hicks in the jail and showed him the photo of Oropeza-Quiroz. Hicks immediately recognized “Ricky” in the photo and said, “That’s him.” I also explained to Hicks that we were still looking at his phone and asked if I had the consent to look at his contact list to find Ricky’s phone number. He agreed and modified his stipulation on the consent form to expand the consent to his contact
While on patrol, I was checking Pleasant Hill Primitive Baptist Church on Needmore Road and observed a burgundy Tahoe sitting stationary, close to the woodline of the church. I exited my patrol car and approached the driver side of the Tahoe. I quickly recognized the driver as William Anthony Thomas, who has a felony warrant with our agency. Thomas was then detained until further investigation. Thomas name was ran through dispatch and they advised that he had a felony warrant for DUI-Felony. Thomas was then placed under arrest. Thomas vehicle was inventoried and towed by Peewees. Thomas was transported to the Troy City Jail, where he was processed. Thomas was then transported to the Pike County Jail for the felony
The vehicle continued westbound on Washington Boulevard and pulled into the northwest parking lot of the Kings Villages apartment complex. I made a U-turn, activated my overhead lights/siren and conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle in the northwest parking lot (1141 N. Fair Oaks Avenue). As we pulled in behind the vehicle, the driver (later identified as Suspect Davian Thomas) exited the above vehicle (California license plate #4GCN238).
I (Trooper Castillo #6570) was on patrol at 06:30 a.m. on 05/08/2016 when I observed a Blue Chevy Cobalt with front end damage a leaking fluids traveling southbound on I55 just before the Pulaski exit. I initiated an investigative traffic stop on the blue Chevy Cobalt. I approached the vehicle and gave my reason for the investigative stop. I asked the driver now known as Garcia-Martinez for his driver’s license and insurance. The driver handed me his driver license and an expired insurance policy. I asked the driver if he was ok and why was there damage to the front of the vehicle the driver stated that he just got into a crash and Chicago police handled the report. I asked to see the crash report the driver stated he did not need a crash report cause exchanged information with the other driver but was unable to produce any information on the other vehicle. I observed a glazed look on the drivers face and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the driver’s facial area. I asked the driver if he had anything to drink the driver stated he had 6 beers earlier that night.
While Steele was investigating multiple robberies that occurred in the same vicinity a witness provided information of a vehicle that was possibly associated
Thursday, September 2nd, 2016 at approximately 10:21 a.m., I Detective L. Donegain obtained a DNA Search Warrant for Kenneth Shaw. I also obtained additional Warrants on Kenneth Shaw for Possession of a Firearm by a Felon and Amos Shaw for Possession of Cocaine. The Possession of Firearm by Felon was for the 12guage Shotgun which was seized from Kenneth Shaw’s apartment on Southwood Drive. The Cocaine charge for Amos Shaw was for the cocaine seized from the driver’s side door of the vehicle that he drove to the Hospital on the night of the shooting.
Howard County’s led officers into Prince George’s County, in part, due to information obtained from a search warrant. A global position system affixed to one of the defendant’s vehicles, and information gleaned from tracking one of the defendant’s cell phones led Howard County officers to the warehouse. Notably, the specific details involving Howard County’s investigation of Snowden and Caldwell were suppressed, but the State was permitted to elicit testimony indicating that Howard County officers were in Prince George’s County for an investigation. That evening, Detective Puglise was disguised as an electrician in a bucket truck. Detective Puglise testified that he observed Caldwell driving the blue Toyota Camry drive into a parking lot and position itself near a white box truck for approximately three minutes and then drive away.
On the day of August 15th, 1996, the carjacking that brought Antonio’s “involvement” in the crime had taken place in a St. Louis parking lot. As stated in the article, “Antonio Beaver”, a 26-year-old white woman drove into a St. Louis parking lot to park
As I was patrolling the area I turned on to County Road 2350 which intersects FM 779 and HWY 37 when I observed a Maroon pickup, that matched the description given by dispatch parked in the bar ditch of County Road 2350. The vehicle appeared to have two flat tires on the driver side and a black male occupant sitting in the driver seat of the vehicle. As I approached the vehicle I could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from the inside of vehicle. I then asked the black male who was later identified as Cody McGill, for his driver license and if he had been
On the above date and time I was conducting a business check of Spice Asian Fusion.
While on patrol I observed a white Nissan Altima with an expired tag traveling north on Brundidge Street. I performed a traffic stop on the violator vehicle. I exit my patrol vehicle and approached the driver of the vehicle. I identified the driver as Kayla Marie Motes. I then asked the passenger if he would voluntarily give me his name. The passenger stated that his name was Bryant Taylor and his birthday was 6-7-1993.Taylor also stated that he didn’t know his social by heart. I ran both subjects through dispatch and they advised that Taylor name didn’t come back through RMS nor NCIC. Myself and Officer Johnson then reapproached the vehicle and Taylor gave Johnson the first letter of his initial, which was "C" and that he was from Michigan.
I was sitting in the parking lot of Safe Way on the west side of the building. I was doing traffic enforcement at the intersection of Valley View Drive and Safe Way parking lot. I observed a bronz 1993 Cheverolet van leave the parking lot of Throttle and Spur Bar. The van headed east on Valley View Drive and fialed to stop at the stop sign, entering the parking lot of Safe Way. As the van passed me I pulled in behind it, and ran Colorado license plate 374VQG.
Do you seriously don’t know what the heck has gotten into polices head. My issue what cops are selfishness, laziness, weak, and just not doing their job. Cops can be selfish often when they think you committed a crime just because you 're black, or they just assume, and have no proof. They have no evidence, no proof, no clues. And sometimes when there’s a case not even that big, they think they can just take their own little time. They think, oh ok, so this man just got robbed, and this type of things happens everyday, so it 's really not a be deal right. WRONG. Cops are not trustful, not worthy of calling, and they never do their job. This is frustrating, stupid, annoying, and it makes me sick.