Per summons and complaint, plaintiff claims assault and false arrest. Plaintiff states that he was watching MOS arrest a woman when a friend, Tiaya Cornelius (non-party) asked plaintiff to help her carry grocery bags to her home. Plaintiff states that an inebriated unknown male attempted to grab one of the bag. Plaintiff states while he and Ms. Cornelius were informing the unknown male that they did not need his help, plaintiff was struck on both side of his head by police batons. Plaintiff claims that he was handcuffed.
It was subsequently learned that the subject, before police arrived entered the home of his girlfriend and forcefully took her keys and drover her vehicle recklessly and destroying a nearby utility pole and two fences. After the vehicle became inoperable the subject went to the chair where officers encountered him. The subject was transported to Eskenazi Hospital for mental evaluation and will likely face preliminary charges once investigators have had a chance to investigate this
Edwards was in the Walmart parking lot with a White male subject, later identified as, Craig Michael Brown. Edwards advised me that Brown was littering in the parking lot and harassing customers for money. Edwards was requesting that Brown be trespassed. Brown admitted to littering in the parking lot, but he denied asking customers for money. Dispatch conducted a wants and warrants check on Brown with negative results.
At this location, I observed where someone had broken the upper sash of a window in a screened-in patio which is connected to the residence at the den. After the window was broken, it appeared that the suspect(s) unlocked and opened the window to allow entry into the residence. Once inside, the suspects went through Mr. Carmical’s dresser
On Wednesday 11/18/2015 at approximately 1535 hours, Officer Lauritzen and I responded to the Wal-Mart at 1333 N Mountain Avenue reference a theft with the suspect in-custody. Upon arrival I spoke with Ernest Rogers, the Asset Protection Associate. Rogers said the suspect, Christopher Lazos, took several electronic items, concealed them, and then exited the store without paying. Rogers wrote a statement and the following is a summary of his statement. Rogers said on Wednesday 11/18/2015, he was in plain clothes and was patrolling the sales floor of the Wal-Mart.
On 12/7/16, at 1008 hours, I, Officer Humphries #335, was met in the lobby of the Bladensburg Police Department by a citizen who wanted to file a stolen cellular telephone report. Upon interviewing Mr. Angela Roscoe, reporting person who stated that on 12/7/16, Mr. Benjamin Allen stolen his cellular telephone an Apple, IPhone 6 white in color with a black case. Mr. Roscoe stated that Mr. Allen, is his boyfriend, and he also through food all throughout the residence doing an argument the estimated cost of the IPhone 6 $300.00. Mr. Roscoe was issued a case number in reference to the incident. All events occurred in Bladensburg Prince George 's County, Maryland.
Ps allege that they were taken the 75th pct where P Allen alleges that his request for medical attention was denied. MOS state that they were executing a search warrant and MOS Todd Hansen was assigned arresting officer. ESU officers first entered the apartment and observed Ps in the living room.
Caldwell Shooting After Attempted Gun Sale A man, Juan Maugro Lopez was arrested and charged with aggravated battery and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony in connection to the attack, after a shooting at a home in the 2000 block of Lincoln Ave. in Caldwell on November 8th. The victim told officials that the shooting occurred after he tried to buy a 12-gauge shotgun from a woman he knew. The victim also admitted that he was prohibited from owning a firearm, but wanted to purchase one anyways. The woman selling the gun and her boyfriend went to show the gun to the victim at his house. She was asked to bring the weapon into a back bedroom, because his children were in the home.
Based on these actions, the police officer suspected the two men were actually casing the store for a robbery. Viewing their actions, he decided to approach the two men. The officer identified himself as the police and asked the men for their names, and at that point they mumbled a few
“You won’t do it”, Curley said in a cocky tone “I will. I swear I will”, George said in sob mixed with anger as he covered the ground between himself and Curley until the gun was touching his face. “Ok Ok we can talk bout this”, Curley said realising George was serious “We have talked. And this, this is for Lennie”. And as George said that he hit Curley on the side of the head knocking him out and giving him a cut.
I responded to 431 N Knox Street Apt 24 in refernce to a juvenile complaint. Upon arrival, I spoke with Yolona Wheeler. Wheeler advised that a guy name Marcus came to her residence while she was gone eating on her door and threatning her son(Jadakis Mckinney). I spoke with Mckinney of the incident and he advised that they were arguing over a $5.00 bet and Marcur got mad. Mckinney then went back to his residence.
The call came through just before 8 p.m. about someone shooting at the Grand 16 Lafayette at 3141 Johnston St. the police say they know the identity of the man, but are not releasing that information. Jalen Farnell was in the next theater when the shots rang out. He said at first, he thought it was from the movie. Then an alarm sounded and people were told to evacuate the building. People injured in the shooting were listed from critical to non-life threatening.
This scene is set inside a mall after a shoplifter is escorted out for stealing clothes. Socrates sparks up a debate with a mall cop named Gregory. The dialog remains on the matter of law and punishable actions. Socrates: What makes a deed or action worth punishment by the law? By what level of severity must the action be for the law to feel the need to step in and control the person whom is committing the deed?
We also had to bribe some officers before we arrived in into Sarajevo. The weapons traveled separately in case of a search. Four of us met at the Velja patisserie, a secret safe house for the members of the Black Hand, where Danilo Ilić a member of the gang distributed the weapons between us our weapons for the attack. He gave the weapons to the 3 other members of the gang later that day. On the day of the assassination we spaced ourselves along the Apple Quay, the route of the Archdukes car.