In summary, on 09/25/15 at 0159 hours I was patrolling the area of 1800 S. 59th Ct., when I observed a vehicle (02 ' Pontiac IL V707523) traveling southbound at a higher rate of speed than the posted speed limit (20mph). I paced the vehicle at 35mph for approximately for two (2) blocks (1900-2100 59th Ct.). The vehicle had an obstructed front windshield. I made contact with the driver at which time I requested a driver 's license and insurance for the vehicle. The driver was unable to provide any form of identification, but was able to provide insurance. The driver related he lost his identification and has not replaced it. The driver provided his information as (Sanabria, Manuel DOB 01/26/87) that was checked through L.E.A.D.S. which …show more content…
I observed two (2) clues in total. Sanabria was placed into custody at 0216 hours and he was transported to the Cicero Police Lock-up to be processed. I conducted a search of the vehicle for any signs of alcohol use and observed a can of Monaco alcoholic beverage underneath the passenger seat. Two (2) photos were taken on the scene and later placed into inventory. The vehicle was towed by Tuff Towing (15-3177) and D.U.I. impound packet was completed on the vehicle. I read Carter the Warning to Motorist from a pre-printed form at 0159 hours. He agreed to perform a breath test administered by Ofc. E. Lara #244 at 0247 hours, who is a State of IL certified breath operator. The test results were (.090). I read Sanabria his Miranda warning from a pre-printed form at 0248 hours and he agreed to speak (see Alcohol Influence Report). While I spoke with Sanabria I detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage. Sanabria was charged with above listed offenses and he was advised of a Maybrook Court date (10/13/15 at 1:30 P.M. room
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On 11/07/2017, the agent received a Law Enforcement Contact form indicating offender Joe A. Slugger was at the K&D Tap on 11/06/2017 having unauthorized contact with Sandra Williams. It was stated in the LEC form that Joe Slugger was drinking alcohol and will be referred for the charge of felony Substantial Battery by Badger Police Department after he was witnessed to hit Sandra Williams with his open right hand to Sandra William’s left side of her face and then grab Sandra Williams by the back of her head and slamming her head onto the bar counter where she was seated. Sandra Williams was observed having a visible red mark on her face and a laceration on her forehead that later required eight stitches. On 11/08/2017, the agent received a police report from Badger Police Department Officer Konkol (Case number 1-98-00456723) stating Officer Konkol and Officer Sandner were dispatched to the K&D Tap (223 W. main Street, Badger WI) where they made contact with Joe Slugger.
Green was placed in handcuffs checked for proper fit then double locked and placed in my patrol car. A search incident to arrest revealed that Green had three twenty dollar bills on his person. Of the three twenty dollars bills one matched the serial number of the counterfeit bill which I had just seized from Casey 's. The note was seized from Green and placed into evidence as #18595. Green was transported to booking for processing then later lodged at the Butler County
Your affiant transported CONTI to the police station where a series of psychophysical divided attention tests were performed; some of which he was unable to successfully complete. The tests were performed inside the Shenandoah Police station on a flat, dry surface due to the weather conditions and snow covered roadways. I explained my findings to CONTI and requested him to submit to a chemical test of blood. CONTI related he recently ingested marijuana and indicated it would appear on the blood test. CONTI agreed to submit to the blood test and was transported to the Schuylkill Medical Center South Hospital where the blood sample was drawn from his right arm at approximately 1519 hours.
Alice Odom walked into the Gautier Police Department to report that someone had rifled through her vehicle, 1997 Mercedes and took $50.00. Odom said that there were four vehicles parked in the yard of her residence at 3140 Breakwater Dr. All four of the vehicles were rifled through, but Odom only had money taken from one of the vehicles. The incident happened between 8:00 p.m on 10/03/2016 and 5:15 a.m. on 10/04/2016.
Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 at approximately 9:40 a.m., I Detective L. Donegain made contact with Verizon Wireless and spoke to Angila in-regards to the victim’s phone still being active. I was advised the family would have to call the company to suspend the account. At approximately 10:45 a.m., I Detective L. Donegain and Detective J. Figueroa went to Motel 6 and made contact with Bals Frank (Asian, male DOB 10/06/1965 phone number 9910) 485-8122) in room 334 who, is the father of Mark Alcantar.
Facts On Friday, September 4, 2015, approximately at 3:00 PM, Dr. Melanie Nolan-Pryor (46) and her husband, Dr. Brent Pryor (46), left a luncheon in Sacramento in separate cars. Dr. Nolan-Pryor was driving her blue 2013 Lexus SUV, while Dr. Pryor was in his silver 2014 Toyota Prius. Traffic on I-80 was slow; Dr. Nolan-Pryor estimated her speed range from 20 to 40 miles per hour. As the couple approached the Mace Boulevard exit, Dr. Nolan-Pryor’s car was located “in the lane to the left of the right-hand lane”, and Dr. Pryor was traveling in about 10 car lengths from her in the lane to her right, with a black Toyota Tundra truck in front of him and a red Ford Escape SUV behind him.
Event 1. At point A corner of 74th St and Madison Avenue a LTB Mechanical Inc. employee parks his Van and seems very happy ( my personal comments S.H.) after find parking because of busy traffic in city. The driver goes to the nearby muni meter and inserts his credit card and he presses couple of buttons but was unable to buy the time card. He goes to the opposite corner and disappears.
EVIDENCE: • Officer Petrella #7035 took photos of the victim’s injury. • Suspect Salseda refused to take any photographs while in the field. • Audio recordings of Salseda’s and Guerrero’s statements. The photographs and audio recordings were uploaded into VeriPic INVESTIGATION:
INVESTIGATION: On 07-15-16 at approximately 0823 hours, Officer Harrell #3441 and I were dispatched to 1716 Newport Avenue for a court order violation investigation. Dispatch advised us that Suspect Gerardo Jimenez was sitting in a white Dodge pickup truck directly in front of the residence. Suspect Jimenez has reportedly been known to be violent and breaks miscellaneous items.
In summary, on 06/05/16 at 2254 hours Ofc. E. Vera #289 and I were patrolling the area of 5900 W Roosevelt Rd. , at which time I observed a vehicle (03 ' silver Volkswagen IL Y804576) disregard the stop light located at 59th Ave./Roosevelt Road. A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle.
On September 6, 2015 at approximately 8:21pm I, Deputy Tucker George, checked en route to the Shell Gas Station in Hawkins, Texas 75765, Located at 102 East front street in reference to an assault call. Upon arrival I located the complainant Michele Turner inside the Shell station sitting at a small table on the North wall of the building just inside the door. Michele Turner appeared to be intoxicated upon my arrival and displayed multiple signs of intoxication throughout the process of conducting my investigation. Michele Turner was unable to provide detailed information in regards to her assault, but did state the house at which she had been and was assaulted was a known dope house. I later located two small clear plastic bags in the
Facts Riley was stopped for driving on expired license plates by San Diego police officer. The police officer found out Riley’s license was also expired, which resulted in the impounding of the his vehicle. During the inventory of the vehicle, officers found firearms stashed in a sock under his car’s hood a. People v. Riley, No. D059840, 2013 WL 475242, at *1 (Cal.