Felony Argument Against Oleg For Order Violation

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I knocked on the door, announced I was the Police, told Oleg he was under arrest for an order violation, and advised him to come outside. I heard a male inside the playhouse ask multiple times why we were there, and heard someone walking back and forth inside. After a few minutes, a male, who identified himself as Oleg, came outside. I placed Oleg into handcuffs and again advised him he was under arrest for violation of an order. Officer Benavente advised Oleg of his Constitutional Rights, and Oleg said he understood and was willing to speak with Police. I observed Oleg seemed to know be able to hold still and he was repeating himself constantly as if he was under the influence of an intoxicating substance. When I asked Oleg questions about the order, he would ramble about…show more content…
Auburn Police Records department checked Oleg 's criminal history for prior order violations and it showed Oleg had two guilty convictions for order violations. Because Oleg had two guilty convictions for order violations, there was probable cause to arrest Oleg for Felony Violation of a DV Protection Order. I completed a Superform for Oleg. I included the form in the case jacket, copied it to the V:drive and faxed a copy to SCORE jail. Officer Lewis transported Oleg to SCORE jail to be

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