Yanney is being charged with POSSESSION WITH THE INTENT TO DELIVER A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE (4 counts), and CRIMINAL USE OF A COMMUNCATION FACILITY. He was taken to the Bradford County Correctional Facility where his bail was ser at $75,000 cash.
On Sunday 01/28/2018 at approximately 0146 I Officer A. Rodriguez #217 was dispatched to Momentum Village apartment #10106 (located at 7037 Islander Way Corpus Christi, Texas 78412 which is a part of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi) about an individual that was in apartment 10106 D not a roommate or an invited guest. Upon arrival I activated body camera #3 and knock on the door. An individual by the name of Christopher Potter (student/resident/reporting party) answered the door stating that he heard noise coming from his roommate 's room which is out of town. Potter had called his roommate (later identified as Michael Westerdale (student/resident) via phone to check if it was him which Westerdale told him no and that no one was allowed in his room. Potter stated that there is an individual in
Holmes County Assistant Prosecutor F. Christopher Oehl said he did not oppose concurrent sentences only because a guilty plea resulted in more efficient use of county resources, not because Schrock should receive some sort of credit for being similarly motivated in each of the crimes. Thumbing through pages outlining Schrock 's criminal history, Judge Robert Rinfret said, “To be perfectly frank, your record is truly one of the worst I 've seen in my life. It goes on for pages.” Reading through a list of criminal convictions for a variety of property, drug and personal crimes in several Ohio counties, as well as Florida and Washington, Rinfret commented on a seemingly endless pattern of criminal behavior spanning decades.
Detective Jones located in Ms. Smith's purse a plastic bag that he believed to contain methamphetamines and $8,000 in cash. The amount of cash located within the purse was verified by Detective Denson and was inventoried and placed in a sealed evidence bag number J4380. The bag of suspected methamphetamines was inventoried and placed in bag number J4379. Detective Jones found nothing of evidential value within Ms. Smith's car. Ms. Smith was then searched, handcuffed and seated on the couch in the living room next to Mr.
Several hours later more officers arrived and with a piece of paper they said was a warrant, after she did not come to the door the officers broke down several doors, entered the home and were confronted by Ms. Mapp. She was handcuffed after she took their “warrant” and put it in her dress. Court transcripts states, “The search spread to the rest of the second floor including the child's bedroom, the living room, the kitchen and a dinette. The basement of the building and a trunk found therein were also searched. The obscene materials for possession of which she was ultimately convicted were discovered in the course of that widespread search” ("USSC case Mapp v. Ohio").
PRELIMINARY STATEMENT Rosemary Henderson was arraigned in Yolo County Superior Court on May 30, 2016, for allegedly violation Health & Safety Code § 11379, subd. (a). Henderson pleaded not guilty and pursuant to Penal Code § 1538.5, moved to suppress the fruits of the search –the two baggies and the statements she made- arguing that the search of the trunk exceed the scope of any consent she had given. The trial court denied the motion. Henderson then withdrew her not guilty plea and pled guilty to the sale of a controlled substance.
Later at the Daly City Police Station, I conducted Narco Test 7623 Methamphetamine Reagent on three bags of suspected methamphetamine. I had located these bags from the trunk of Dayley's vehicle. During the test, the substance tested presumptive positive for methamphetamine. I also weighed each bag, at which time they had a gross weight of approximately 1.2 grams, 1.2 grams and .8 grams. These baggies were placed in evidence bags and then sealed with heat.
Together, they pored over clues and testimony. Gilbert says that she would send Reaves leads to follow up, but although he was sympathetic, nothing seemed to come of them. In 2002, a federal district court of appeals denied Willingham’s writ without even a hearing. “Now I start the last leg of my journey,” Willingham wrote to Gilbert. “Got to get things in order.”
Mr. Thelaw’s conduct would likely be considered extreme and outrageous when he manipulated Ms. Smartpants emotions in front of the class. Courts have reasoned that a defendant cannot deliberately attempt to manipulate the emotions of a plaintiff, for a perceived advantage over a plaintiff who is susceptible to emotional distress. KOVR-TV, Inc., 37 Cal. Rptr. 2d at 435; McDaniel, 281 Cal.
Case Analysis: Trinity Western v. Law Society of Upper Canada In the following court case between Trinity Western University v. The Law Society of Upper Canada, Judges MacPherson, Cronk, and Pardu JJ, at the Ontario Court of Appeal, determine whether to grant accreditation to a private Christian University, that wants to open its own law school. The three-judge panel analyzes the Law Society of Upper Canada’s (LSUC) decision to not accredit Trinity Western’s proposed law facility, which took place in April 2014. The judges consider the Charter rights at stake, as well as the LSUC’s mandate. The case of TWU v. LSUC will be thoroughly examined, with a specific focus on key concepts that influence law-making, such as social development and change,
On 01-02-2016 at 0200 hours I was dispatched to booking in reference to a subject with a warrant. Upon arrival I took custody of Jeremy Freeman, who dispatch advised had an active warrant through Poplar Bluff Municipal Court. Freeman was processed and lodged at the Butler County Justice Center awaiting bond. WARRANT INFORMATION: Agency: Poplar Bluff Municipal Warrant #:
On Wednesday October 21, 2015 I responded to 2022 Hatcher road to a possible stolen Motorcycle and residential burglary. I arrived on scene with Investigator Geary, and we processed a black Suzuki GSX-750 motorcycle bearing Arkansas license plate ZE 847. I processed the motorcycle for latent prints at which time a partial print was lifted from the right side of the gas tank. Investigators then proceeded to 9701 Old Tom Box Road and processed the residential burglary crime scene. Upon arrival I found that the rear dining room window had been broken out and there were two large rocks in the middle of the kitchen floor which appeared to be what broke out the back window.
Upon arrival, contact was made with Mr. Glenn King (Arrestee). After making contact with Mr. King, Sergeant J. Haman (ID# 0429) asked if he had anything in his pockets. Mr. King voluntary pulled out several items including a prescription pill bottle, from left front pocket, prescribed to an “Angela Burnette.” According to the bottle, the prescription is for Buprenorphin 8mg Sub Rox with a quality of fourteen pills that was prescribed on November 4, 2017. According to Mr. King, the prescription is for his girlfriend and he carries the bottle around with him because she is forgetful.
Bergin nor Mr. Miller sent the student in question to the nurse, or better to a doctor in order to get an actual medical opinion. One teacher's educated guess is not valid enough reason to justify violating a student's right to privacy and their fourth amendment rights, by searching through their bag. Furthermore, they used the evidence they gained from a search of her bag to warrant bringing the five students suspected of her selling drugs to and attempting to get confessions from them, in clear violation of her fifth amendment rights against self-incrimination. They used illegally obtained evidence against her. Mapp V. Ohio is a clear example of a case where conducting an abrupt, illegal search means that evidence cannot be used against them.