While on station after transporting Deadrick Allen, this officer (Ofc. J. Jaques #64) was told by Det Sgt. Sibley #42 to place Allen into cell #3. While in the process of searching Allen 's person before placing him into the cell I located a small ziplock style baggy filled with a green and brown plantlike substance in his front right small front pocket. After removing the baggy Allen began being uncooperative. This officer requested multiple times for Allen to place his hands behind his head so that I could take his belt off and he replied, "Dont fucking touch me." At this time Cmd Martin #35 exited his officer to assist with Allen who was becoming increasingly aggressive. After getting the belt off Allen officers asked Allen to please slip off his shoes …show more content…
At this time officers assisted Allen to the floor. While on the floor this officer took a full rear mounted position and gained control of Allen by pinning his left shoulder to the floor. Cmd Martin was then able to remove Allen 's shoes. Allen then stated he would no longer fight with officer and would be cooperative. After officers assisted him back to his feet, Allen was placed into cell #3. All contraband located on Allen was given to Det Sgt Sibley #42 prior to this officer clearing the
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On 09/18/2016, at approximately 2148 hours, at the Durango Jail located at3225 W Gibson Ln Phoenix, AZ 85009 an Inmate/Inmate fight had occurred in Durango 3 B Pod between Inmate Moothery, Naz T303229 and Inmate Sams, Worine T284566. Upon entering Durango 3 B Pod, Inmate Sams approached Inmate Moothery and begun fighting by Durango 3 B Pod door. Multiple strikes were thrown by both inmates until Inmate Moothery had fallen to the Pod floor. At that time Officer Serrano approached the pod door and gave both inmates commands to stop fighting. No radio call was made due to both inmates complying with the orders given.
During the chase of a wounded soldier, a female police officer started to fire upon Hasan. While they both were drawing fire upon each other, the female soldier got hit two times and fell wounded on the ground. Later a civilian officer named Todd shouted at
INTRODUCTION: This case involves the arrest of the suspect for possession of an open container of alcohol in public, in violation of PMC 9.24.030. The suspect was cited out. INVESTIGATION: On 01-12-16 at 0836 hours, I was working uniformed patrol with Officer Cass #2067.
Procedural History: At the suppression hearing, Hayes said he asked Macabeo basic questions that he would normally ask on a stop. He thought the defendant was acting fidgety so he conducted a patdown which did not reveal anything suspicious. He removed his cell phone out of his pocket and handed it to Officer Raymond. Raymond searched the phone without consent from the defendant.
On 06/04/2015 I, Corporal J. M. Burcham, was assigned to the Booking Room. All the inmates had been taken back to the detention center for the day by the transport squad. Before the transport squad had left for the day, I asked Sgt. Burrow to take the handcuff bag with him because he would need it for the next day. Sgt.
696, 709] suspect 's custody, we think the limitations applicable to investigative detentions of the person should define the permissible scope of an investigative detention of the person 's luggage on less than probable cause. Under this standard, it is clear that the police conduct here exceeded the permissible limits of a Terry-type investigative stop.” “In these respects, the canine sniff is sui generis. We are aware of no other investigative procedure that is so limited both in the manner in which the information is obtained and in the content of the information revealed by the procedure.”
However, the case was later dismissed because the District Attorney advised Dossey that the consent by Mrs. Sibley appeared to be coerced and thus the firearm had to be suppressed. FINDINGS REGARDING CORPORAL JESUS GARCIA: ALLEGATION #1: 319.3.2 - SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Failure to be reasonably aware of the performance of their subordinates or to provide appropriate guidance and control.
PROMETHEUS, A.K.A. “EQUALITY 7-2521” On Monday evening, Equality 7-2521 was caught being late to House of Street Sweepers after the last bell. He was taken to the House of Corrective Detention and beaten until he told Council where he had been, but never breathed a word of it. Four days later the guard was doing his nightly rounds, checking prisoners and cells, when he realized room 7 was empty. Equality 7-2521 had escaped!
outer clothing. McFadden asked one of the young men to take off his jacket once he felt a weapon in his underclothing during the pat down. The young man proceeded to take off his jacket as instructed. McFadden retrieved a revolver and decided to arrest the three young men. One of the young men was named terry and decided to argue that McFadden had indeed violated their fourth amendment right.
That call was already handled by another officer (Chief). I asked James Sorensen numerous times what Travis Beam has done to him or his girlfriend that would constitute an arrest. He did not answer and spoke of issues from the past that occurred weeks and years prior to this date along with crimes that occurred that he suspects Beam to be the violator. James Sorensen the said this needs to stop and that he is going to call Harrisburg. He then asked me who he should speak with in Harrisburg.
What happened: Well in this event there were two main parts, the first part being the Tasha’s father’s lawyer suggesting Tasha to go to court for her father 's bail hearing. So basically what happened Tasha went to go see Tasha’s father 's lawyer and he suggested to Tasha that she go to court but she was confused because it was going to be a school day. Then the lawyer explained that if Tasha went to court it would show the judge that Leonard’s family cared about him and believed in him enough to go to court and support him and possibly let him out on bail.
In 2005, Carl Bryan was stopped in Coronado, California for a seat belt violation. Bryan had already been stopped that same morning on a speeding charge, at this point he was upset with himself. Because of this, he was hitting the steering wheel and yelling expletives at himself. He complied with the officer, when he requested to turn the radio down and pull to the curb. The following part is where Bryan and the officer 's story is different.
Though there were many issues with the interrogation of Michael Crowe regarding the suspected murder of his younger sister Stephanie, there are a few procedures which are indicative of a proper interrogation. The interrogators documented the interrogation; providing evidence of the interrogation practice as well as documenting the confession. The suspect was isolated in a sparsely furnished room without physical barriers between the suspect and interrogators. During the multiple hours-long interrogations Crowe endured, the authorities accused him of murder, verbally attacked his memory, threatened his future, and, eventually, coerced him into fabricating a confession (Nat Geo). The level of interrogation administered to Crowe was nothing short of psychological torture and child abuse (Smith).