She was taken to the police station and TLO eventually confessed . Charges were brought up against her but she argued that her Fourth Amendment rights of search and seizure had been violated. TLO took her case all the way to the Supreme Court. The court said that they may conduct warrantless searches of students in school. The Court held that the search of TLO 's
On Saturday, 10/17/15, at approximately 2050hrs, Communication Officer Lindbloom, advised me to go to Wal-Mart in reference to a theft. I arrived at Wal-Mart and spoke to Wal-Mart’s Asset Protection employee, Krista Lea McClintick. McClintick advised she had (2) two customers walk out with a black LifeProof Case for the IPhone 6, valued at $79.34. McClintick advised she had followed a male in a blue hoodie around the store due to her suspicion.
On May 23, 1957, three police officers in the city of Cleveland, Ohio knocked on the door of Dolly Mapp and held up a piece of paper that wasn’t the warrant that gave them access inside. The three officers gave Mapp very little information as to why they were there. The real reason they were there was because an anonymous phone tip stated that Virgil Ogletree, a suspect of a recent bombing, was
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.
When looking at the murder of Carolyn Muncey in 1985, we see that law enforcement did obtain a confection from Paul House concerning his involvement in the crime. Law Enforcement also collected evidence in the case such as semen from Ms. Muncey’s underwear, hair, and muddy pants from Mr. House, and blood samples from Ms. Muncey’s body (Neubauer and Fradella, 2009). Mr. House was a friend of Ms. Muncey and her husband, and Mr. House not having a mush of an alibi for his where about during the timeframe of Ms. Muncey’s murder. The House murder case is one that is uncommon in our justice system due to the amount of time that his case was visited by different courts. The first court stage, from first hearing of bond through the sentencing,
Officers responded to a shots fired call at 2212 Shadow Wood Circle. The reporting party, Christy Reese, called the Gautier Police Department and said that she had heard several gunshots outside her residence. She further stated that when she looked outside from her residence she saw a small car, possibly a Honda, driving down the street with no lights on. Once on scene, I spoke with Reese. Reese told me that she had heard three pops which she assumed to be gunshots.
ELATED CASES: None. SUPPORT DOCUMENTS: None. On 12/15/2015, Christie Hardie contacted Pasco Sheriff`s Office by telephone to report a Petit Theft. Ms. Hardie advised between 1700 and 1730 hours on 12/14/2015, an unknown suspect stole her white and black Hello Kitty wallet, with contents out of her open purse that was sitting in the child seat section of a shopping cart.
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 07/10/2016 at approximately 2035 hours I, Officer Kyle Strand and Officer Hirotaka of the Arlington Police Department were dispatched to an assault call. Dispatch advised us the reporting parties (RP) girlfriend was physical with the RP after dropping her off. Dispatched also advised us the RP will be at Chevron next to the Washington State Patrol building in Marysville waiting for a phone call. I phoned the RP who was identified as Pulido, Mario (07/06/1989). Pulido explained his girlfriend assaulted him when he was dropping her off at her parents’ home.
On June 16th, 2017 at approximately 2000 hours in the 3000 block of Church Street Glenarden, Maryland 20706 while conducting a Drug enforcement operation. I (Officer Furr #9345) observed several individuals leaving the area as Uniformed police officers converged on the park and surrounding streets. During the operation several people were stopped and questioned. During the questioning Prince Georges County Officer ( ) # observed a male later identified as A1 (Carroll, Sherman Lee) whom at the time had a open warrant for # 6E00673490 for trespass on private property and theft less than $100.00.A-1 was transported to Department of Corrections in Upper Marlboro, Maryland for processing.
When the sheriff sent Gambini and Rithenstein to the police station, the movie didn’t show whether or not they were convicted for murder by providing fingerprints and photographs. Also it didn’t give positive identification and didn’t go through all the process to find the probable cause before the trial, instead Gambini and Rithenstein were given a phone call to their family member and get legal representation.
Should cell phone companies surrender records to authorities in criminal Investigations? Many people heavily believe cell phone companies should surrender records to authorities in criminal investigations for many reasons. For one it would help solve crimes and investigations easier. For example Lake Station Mayor Keith Soderquist trial was being looked at but as federal attorneys connected various pieces of evidence to tie withdrawals from his campaign fund and the city 's food pantry to dozens of gambling trips by using cell phone records. With cell phone use this can also allow to see the calls made and time of ATM withdrawals.
A. Clapp spoke with Johnson, and determined that because Johnson 's vehicle had not been recovered or brought back to her, Auburn Police would enter it as stolen. I contacted Jonhson at her residence, where I obtained a video statement from her using my department cell phone. I later copied the statement to the
Thank You, Old Friend—page 1 All these years, and I’m still thinking about the life you’ve had. I admit, back in the high school days, I didn’t understand your life. I listened well, but I was too naïve. I’ve always blamed it on my age, but deep down, I knew it was because of my ego. I was carefree at that stage of life; the only stress I had to worry about was image.