At 1910 hrs, Sgt. Modrzynski drew his taser & applied a dry stun to inmate Gagneur left shoulder. Due to inmate Gagneur threatening to spit & attempting to bite my arms, as I was applying pressure points to restrain him. At 1913 hrs, inmate Gagneur was fully restrained, & moved to holding cell a without further incident. At 2125 hrs, inmate Gagneur was removed from the restraint chair, & encouraged to move around the holding cell.
Tammy V noticed Richard put something in his pants and took him to officer Cooker to have him check. Richard turned over a bandanna that was not his that he had taken from the staff mail room were he was doing work on an in house detention for cutting class on 9.20.16. I confirmed for officer Cooker that it did not belong to Richard even after Richard told the officer that it was not his and he took it for his collection at home. It was at this point that officer Cooker sighted Richard for stolen property and issued a citation.
Youngs had nothing further to add, so I concluded the interview. I took photographs of Mr. Youngs apartment, the abrasion on Mr. Youngs forehead, as well as where the Taser probes penetrated his upper back. The photographs are stored in the “U” drive, in folder “Hurst, L” and under incident number “160183081.” An incident report was completed by Officer Pinkerman Report# 160183081. Officer Martin turned in the spent Taser cartridge (SN#C41041HTD) with two probes, barbs still intact, but wires disconnected, to the property room, property number 16004654.
Under the supervision of Sergeant Smith #126458, Deputy Jones #220456 and I entered dorm 623 and searched for S/V1 Lopes and S/V2 Henry. I handcuffed and escorted S/V1 Lopes to the 625 dayroom pending a batter investigation. Deputy Jones handcuffed S/V2 Henry and escorted him to the 620 dayroom pending a battery 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.
I made contact with Sweet, who now stated that the syringes did belong to him. Sweet stated “I 'm a diabetic, they are mine.” However, Sweet did not have an answer when I asked him why he denied owning the safe when he was first asked. Sweet did advised that the grinder
Gay became upset and started to cry while continuing to deny any involvement in the burglary. Shortly after Gray stated "This interview is done. " Gray then exits the interview room. While exiting, Gray is observed by Sergeant Koch placing his tee-shirt over his hand to open the door handle.
It should be noted that citera, was green tee shirt and blue jeans. A further obsersavtion of citera revealed that he was sweating profusely and out of breath. Citera advised me that he prior to officers arrival, he got into a verbal altercation, with his cousin, James Carlisle due to be heavily intoxicated and wanting to fight due to past issues. Citera he and Carlisle had a verbal altercation outside of Carlisle residence (1625 Madison Street apt 2). Citeria stated that Carlisle attempted to fight him, but due to fearing for his safety, Citeria ran east bound towards the park to get away from
The subject only had four dollars and pieces of paper in his pocket. While they continued to question the male subject, a loud outside alarm starting to sounding off and it sounded like it was coming from Freds. Officer Noel and I circulated the building and I noticed the outside alarm stopped but around towards the rear of the building, Officer Noel noticed metal from the real wall lifted up and pushed to the side.
Per NYPD arrest report, P Emilio Serrano observed P Emilio Serrano closing the apartment door on MOS and after MOS gained entry to the apartment P Emilio Serrano ran down the hallway then grabbed MOS and placed himself in between to prevent MOS from arresting. P Emilio Serrano bear hugged MOS and refused to let go. P Emilio Serrano was taken to the ground and placed in a prone position and arrested. A gravity knife was recovered from P Emilio Serrano’s
They were in close proximity to each other and once making contact officers seperated the two detained the male and placed him in the rear of the patrol vehicle while we spoke with the female. The male had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath, red glassy blood shot eyes and had a staggered gait. The female said her boyfriend (babies daddy) just left the One Stop and they got in to an argument and nothing else. While speaking with the male I observed blood running from his nose.
I informed the staff at Hurley Medical Center that Mr. Defalco was in an accident and needed to be checked out and cleared for the jail. The medical staff checked and cleared Mr. Defalco to be lodged. While waiting Mr. Defalco became angry stating “all I did was have a couple of beers and went into the ditch.” Mr. Defalco then calmed down and started joking around.