Green was placed in handcuffs checked for proper fit then double locked and placed in my patrol car. A search incident to arrest revealed that Green had three twenty dollar bills on his person. Of the three twenty dollars bills one matched the serial number of the counterfeit bill which I had just seized from Casey 's. The note was seized from Green and placed into evidence as #18595. Green was transported to booking for processing then later lodged at the Butler County
• P alleges excessive force and false arrest. P claims he was at his former girlfriend’s apartment when two MOS arrested. P claims that he was placed in RMP and taken to PSA 6 precinct. P claims that at the precinct several MOS assaulted him causing him to lose vision in one eye. MOS Carlos Sierra was not present at the precinct for the incident.
P alleges excessive force and false arrest. P alleges that she was in her kitchen when MOS broke her front door and entered the apartment and pushed her against the wall. P alleges that MOS handcuffed her and Noel Tartlaon, Noel Tartlaon, Jr. and Farrow Wright (non-parties). Defendant MOS Jose Peinan states that MOS were executing a search warrant obtain after confidential informant bought drugs form Jumaane, (non-party). MOS Peinan states that Jumane was arrested in the lobby and narcotics were recovered from him.
On September 8, 2015, at approximately 12:52 PM I, Deputy Ragsdale, was contacted by Captain Tucker to call Michael Holcombe in reference to a theft. I then contacted Michael Holcombe on Wood County cell two. He told me that his daughter was renting a house at 116 Oak Street, Yantis, Texas from Margi Halfcox, suspect. Michael Holcombe told me that he let his daughter borrow his riding lawn mower. He then advised me that his daughter was moving out of that residence.
Stark noticed the Officer Safety issue with interviewing the Victim in front of the door, and asked him to move to the side away from the flow of pedestrian traffic. Stark spoke with the Officer that had responded prior to our arrival and got the information that the Officer had already obtained. Stark re-interviewed the Victim, and come to the conclusion that the crime elements of PC211 were not met. I asked Stark what he believed the crime was, he stated PC 484 - petty theft. Stark gave the Victim a business card with the report number.
On November 6th, 2015 at approximately 1830 hours I, Investigator James Poffel was the on-call investigator and contacted by Officer Garrett Dunlap, regarding him being dispatched to 1517 Baltimore St in reference to a sexual assault report. The sexual assault was said to have occurred approximately two weeks prior. Officer Dunlap informed me he arrived on scene and spoke with the victim, Elia Ramirez and her mother, Marcela Ramirez. Elia informed Officer Dunlap that she works at the Sonic, located at York and Chandler. She informed him approximately two weeks ago, while she was at work, she took her lunch break.
A mob of nearly 300 men was seen forming in Seymour that night and this was the start of the “Scarlet Mask Society”, (Learning Network, 2012) who were a group who swore that their town would no longer be terrorized. The group quickly made a point and lynched the two men who had been convicted. This was a key turning point for the brothers who vigilantly decided to take their next spree out of state. They headed to Missouri in November and quickly went into action were several gang members raided the treasurer's office in Gallatin, Mo, and made off with almost $25,000 in cash and bonds. Their bad luck was not ending though as John Reno was positively identified as one of the robbers, and the Pinkertons were hot on his trail.
Detective mcfadden had no legal reason to believe that the men had anything to do with the bank robbery besides the fact that they man have looked out of place. Detective mcfadden had violated the 4th amendment from my perspective and should have been held responsible for
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.
Kalief Browder replied, “I didn’t rob anybody, you can check my pockets!” The officer searched the two suspects, and did not find anything. As one of the officers approached the alleged victim that was present on the scene while Kalief Browder and his friend was being searched. The officer came back with another story aside from the explanation that was given initially. The officer stated the victim switched his story from, being robbed that night to being robbed two weeks prior.
The case of R. V. Askov began in November 1983 when Askov, Hussey, Melo and Gugliotta, were charged with conspiracy to commit extortion against Peter Belmont. On top of Extortion they had multiple existing firearm charges to which they severed 6 months in prison for these offences, and were initially denied bail until May 7th, 1984. After being released, their preliminary hearing for the extortion charge was set in early July 1984. The hearing wasn’t completed until September 1984. The actual trial was then set for the first date available, in October 1985, but in turn got delayed until September 1986 2 years later.
Robert Taliento handled and cashed the money orders on his machine. This was the story Taliento gave to the grand jury and John Giglio was prosecuted; Taliento was named a co-conspirator but not indicted on charges. Giglio requested for a new trial was denied by lower courts but The Supreme Court reversed it. The Supreme Court granted certiorari to resolve whether the evidence that wasn’t revealed obligated a new trial under the due process standards that has been created in the Brady v. Maryland and Napue v. Illinois.
3. INTRODUCTION Today retailing services has become very much important in the competitive environment. Customer service quality has been widely used by the retailers as one of the important strategy. Retailing is the second largest employment provider after agriculture.