Police found graffiti on one of the columns between the soccer stadium and track on Thursday, Oct. 15, at 4:05 a.m., Campus Police reported. The markings were done using red spray paint. No other graffiti was found in the area, police said. An Eickhoff worker's car was damaged sometime between 6 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 14, Campus Police said. When the worker 's shift ended, she returned to her vehicle that she had parked in one of the designated spots on E Street. and saw that her rear window was shattered. The car's owner did not see any object in or around the vehicle that could have caused the damage, which totaled $250, Campus Police said. A gym bag was stolen from a Campus Town Fitness Center cubby on Thursday, Oct. 15, between 3:40 p.m. and 4:40 p.m., according to Campus Police. When the student went to retrieve the bag after his workout and did not see it, he told a front desk employee and searched the gym for the bag, with negative results. The bag and its contents were valued at $180, police said. While on foot patrol on Green Lane Fields on Friday, Oct. 16, at 12:17 a.m., Campus Police saw four females …show more content…
on Sunday, Oct. 18, Campus Police reported. When police arrived, they observed the student sitting in a chair and as having "glassy, bloodshot eyes and slurred speech." Police found out that the student had actually been written up earlier that night by Residential Life after he was found intoxicated in the hallway. When the male was later found around a toilet, Campus Police were called. According to police, the student had six shots of vodka in his room. He was cleared by TCNJ EMS and refused further medical treatment. The student then voluntarily turned over one half-full 1.75 liter bottle of Burnett's Blue Raspberry Vodka which was emptied and disposed of by police. According to Campus Police, the student was issued with a summons for underage
The court used (Pratt V. Daly, 55 Ariz. 535, 104 P2d 147) as a precedent in which the court held that there is a duty not to provide liquor to a person known to have subnormal ability to control their actions. The similarity comes from the defendants from both the Pratt v. Daly case and the Hernandez v. Arizona Board of Regents, both the defendants from each case argued there was no precedent for such a decision and no common law to sustain the action and that the court would be legislating if it allowed the claim to continue. The difference in the Hernandez case is that their was a minor involved who was given alcohol despite knowing and having data on the minor age and
Scenario of the incident The incident happened on May 20, 2016, at approximately 18:00. The incident takes place on 222 Citation Way, Happy Town, GA 15486. The witness, Feet Security Officer Bo Foot, said that there were three suspects went to the store walking to the Big Feet area.
On the above date and time I was conducting an area check of the the Ridge Road Center plaza. While behind the plaza, I observed a white, 4 door Mercury occupied by three white males. The vehicle was located in the back of the plaza next to a closed store. As I passed the vehicle all four males continued to stare at me. Concerned that the driver, or passengers may have a medical emergency, or a disabled vehicle, I proceeded to pull behind the vehicle without my lights or sirens activated to inquire.
He distributed two kegs to minor, Eric Howe, and states himself that it was not his fault for their actions at the keg party afterwards. According to Lou Dempsey’s deposition, the violence after the teenagers were given alcohol was not his fault.
Mary DiGilio March 29, 2016 COMM 328 APA Annotated Bibliography Barness, S. Columbia University Student Will Drag Her Mattress Around Campus Until Her Rapist Is Gone. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/03/emma-sulkowicz-mattress-rape-columbia-university_n_5755612.html This article provides a brief text summary of the Columbia student, Emma Sulkowicz, and her mission as well as her story.
False accusations In the novel To Kill A Mockingbird, there was a false accusation against Tom Robinson for rape. Along with that, he was a man of color. Which is still a problem to this day. The false accusations can be anything from breaking and entering to murder it all depends on who is telling the truth and what does the evidence bring to the case.
I think it is not okay to racially profile, but I also think it is okay in some cases because you are accusing someone for doing something by their appearance. Also There is no guarantee that the police will catch the criminal by racial profiling. There are lot of criminals that the police needs to catch and with racial profiling the police could kind a get the idea of who or what kind a person might commit a crime. It will help the police catch the criminal faster. Racial profiling can help the police in some ways and in some other ways it can not help the police and could just make it worser.
Does racial profiling still exists? Are you aware of racial profiling around you? Do you believe racial profiling is right? In July 2009, Henry Louis Gates Jr., an African American professor at Harvard, was arrested at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, after he forced open the jammed front door.
Racial profiling This easy talk about how racial profiling has always been around and how it have effect peoples’ life. Today we live in a society that should be moving forward from the pass but we have some much people that still cannot let go of the pass, which cause problem today. Judging someone base on how they look was something that was practice a lot back in the early 1900 and in today society, we still see the same practice.
I believe that a police officer has a right to stop somebody for their ethnicity or race. At this very moment we “U.S CITIZENS” are being attacked by Islamic Jihadist’s and I have no problem stopping them for anything. As far as any other race I stand for the police to stop them too. If it’s going to save people’s lives then I’m all for it.
Racial profiling is a very important issue that individuals in society face every day. This problem occurs in low income or poverty-stricken areas throughout cities and communities across the nation. Hundreds of anecdotal testimonials allege that law enforcement officials at all levels of government are infringing upon the constitutional rights and civil liberties of racial and ethnic minorities through a practice called “racial profiling” (Ward, 2002). So what is racial profiling? According to the National Institute of Justice, racial profiling by law enforcement is commonly defined as a practice that targets people for suspicion of crime based on their race, ethnicity, religion or national origin (National Institute of Justice, 2013).
Racial Profiling in America Racial profiling is defined as refers to the targeting of particular individuals by law enforcement authorities based not their behavior, but rather their personal characteristics ( The Leadership conference) . This is another mechanism for racial discrimination backed by the law. According to the The Leadership conference, racial discrimination is not solely on race, but based on religion, ethnicity and national origin.
I think if a parent wants to bake an officer a cake for saving her son from drowning then it is her way of showing appreciation in the way that she knows how to show her thankfulness. I do not think that officers should be allowed to accept bribes to turn their heads in a situation. The claim that has become more often declared against police is the false arrest. The person bringing the complaint assert that the police officers are in violation of the Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure. If an officer has reason to think that the individual had committed a crime, then the arrest is within reasonable limitations, and the Fourth Amendment has not become violated.
INTRODUCTION As greatly as societies may differ, one cannot deny that they all connect in possessing one factor that is paramount to their stability: The Law. Evidently, one cannot talk about the law without summoning to mind the parties that enforce it. The police, as one may know it nowadays, protect and serve the community from harm and injustice. What happens, however, when said injustice becomes grounds for some policemen’s actions?
The damage was approximately 10”x 10” in dimension. Bergeron believes the damage will cost approximately $950.00 to fix. Officer Kerkorian took photos of the damage which was later uploaded to VeriPic. I arrested Owens for PC 594(a)(1)-Vandalism, PC 243(b)-Battery on a Police Officer and PC 242-Battery. Sergeant Peinado #6977 was advised and approved the arrest.