INTRODUCTION: This case involves an unknown suspect stealing items from the Vons Grocery Store in violation of PC 484(a)-Petty Theft. LOCATION: Vons Grocery Store located at 655 N. Fair Oaks Avenue. EVIDENCE:
On the above date and time I assisted other Hollywood police patrol units in reference to a robbery ( carjacking) that occurred at the location of 3451 SHERIDAN Street, Hollywood florida. Officers, on scene advised that the suspect, a black male, who was last seen wearing a navy shirt with yellow writing on it and dark colored jeans, pointed a gun at the victim, who was inside her vehicle, gave her commands to exit, and stole the victims vehicle (gray jetta bearing Florida tag DJPR67). A perimeter was establish for the above mentioned incident.
Once everything was purchased, they just had to wait for it to get dark. They all agreed that 1am would be the time for the robbery, At 12:30 am they piled into the car. As they headed to the bank they got pulled over for speeding. Michael said” Keep cool.”
When the police started their investigation, they found that multiple cars where involved in the murder of Wallace Biggie Smalls. They found that Sean Combs was in the front car. While Biggies friends James and Caesar was in the car with him. They only witnesses were his friends James and Caesar they could provide the best description of the shooter. That’s when they told the police that2 cars where involved in the murder.
Clifford Roberts Sherlock entered the station and went directly to the designated trash cans and dropped the packed he was carrying into it, and then walked back out. As the clock ticked minute by minute, suddenly out of the blue an old decrypted man appears and walks slowly to the trash can and took the package out and walked away. Just as he, he was surrounded and out in handcuffs.
I then saw the suspect drop the purse in the accessories section and walk toward the front cash registers. The video surveillance then captured the suspect walking out of the front door (north) of the store, NFD. I saw that the suspect was wearing a grey long sleeve shirt, light blue shorts and black tennis shoes (see attached photo). Medina gave me a copy of the video surveillance on a CD disc. I returned to the police station and placed the CD disk of the video surveillance into evidence.
On February 26,2012, a seventeen year old by the name of Trayvon Martin was walking home from the store. As he was headed home a man spotted him from his window his name was George Zimmerman. Zimmerman called the cops and told them it was a suspicious guy walking through the neighborhood. Trayvon was wearing a hoodie he was slowly walking because of the rain and he was black. Zimmerman then told the police that Trayvon was looking around at all the houses and hes looking at him.
Thinking the bandit had left in a car, the owner went outside the shop to registrate the car’s number. The robber, however, was about to enter his car, roughly six feet away, and shot the owner twice. In return, the man shot the thief with all six bullets in his revolver. The robber was killed, and the owner managed to recover after surgery. 21 of the witnesses who had seen the crime from the street, shops, or from inside their cars, were then interviewed by the police.
Ramirez related a male black subject on foot attempted to place an order at the drive-up window. Ramirez further related it is against Burger King policy to serve customers, if they are not in a vehicle. Ramirez related she recognizes the male subject because he has attempted to do the same thing in the past. Ramirez related she observed the male subject attempt to fight her employee (Mejia) in front of the the main entrance, at which she open the front door to let Mejia inside. Ramirez related that the male subject is not allow on the Burger King
On 3/27/17 at approximately 1858 hours, I was working patrol assigned as unit 3L51. I was in full police uniform and operating a black and white marked police vehicle. I responded to a radio call of a possible armed robbery taking place at 777 E. Colorado Blvd, at the Target store. The comments of the call described the Suspect as a female black, 5’05”, heavy set, wearing blue sweatpants a green hoody and carrying a purple back pack. The comments also stated the Suspect had a pocket knife in her left hand and she was walking eastbound Colorado Blvd towards Lake Ave.
Seconds after, a traffic officer comes in from nowhere, he is checking and reading time card receipt in every car parked on the road. He stops by the LTB van and after finding missing display of the time card on the dashboard, he looks up and down the block and after soon after that he scans the registration and started writing the traffic ticket. At the exact time I took his picture attached (Exhibit 1). (The officer show his displeasure for taking the picture and inquired, if the van is mine. On my saying no he tells me, let me do my job and I must stay out of it).
and still dark out when Sampson woke up to a loud explosion. He looked out his bedroom window and saw flashing police lights and fire coming from a car engine. The car was wrapped around a telephone pole right outside Sampson’s house. He walked outside and police officers were scattered everywhere. He heard a neighbor ask what happened and someone said the boy driving had stolen the car and was being chased by the police.
On 07/15/2017, members of the Little Rock Police Department Downtown Division arrested Zachary Hicks, W/M, DOB: 10/07/1986, at 6100 Mitchell Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas. Mr. Hicks was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Loitering. Mr. Hicks was transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility and held in lieu of bond. Mr. Hicks was assigned Street Narcotics Suspect #2017-SN-459, in reference to this incident.
In the Supreme Court case named Carroll v. Carman, the two police officers Carroll and Roberts were investigating a report that an armed man named Zita had stolen a car and went to hide in the house of Andrew and Karen Carman. When they arrived at the house, they found there was no parking and went down a sidestreet that led to a gravel parking area. They parked in the first spots at the rear of the house. They approached the house and saw a sliding glass door that opened onto a deck. They knocked on the door and Andrew Carman came out and refused to answer their questions about Zita.
Facts: Police pull over a car with Joseph Pringle and two other people in the car, and Pringle was in the front seat of the car, when law enforcement officials search the car. Police officers discover in the car baggies of cocaine in the back seat of the car and $763 in the compartment up front. None of the three people in the car would confess to whom the drug belonged to and so all of them were arrested. When arriving at the police station Pringle admitted that the cocaine belong to him and then he was charged with intent to sell and possession of cocaine. Pringle then stated that there was no probable cause to arrest him, and the Maryland court system stated there was probable cause and proceed to convict him (Maryland v Pringle 540 U.S.