On 04/23/16 I contacted Andrew Jepko at Pinching Pennies in reference to a theft of property call. Mr. Jepko said on this date at around 1230 hours a white male, white female and mixed juvenile male entered the store and browsed around for a while. Mr. Jepko said the party exited the store and the group stood outside the business for a short period and then the female reentered, expressing interest in a set of tires he was selling; which were stacked in front of the business. Mr. Jepko said the female exited the business again and when she did her male companion put two of the tires in the back seat of their vehicle with the juvenile male and then the three drove away. Mr. Jepko said his wife was working the counter at the time of
On October 3, 1974, Memphis police officers Leslie Wright and Elton Hymon were called to a burglary. Officer Hymon went to the back of the house and saw someone running away. That person running away was 15 year old Edward Garner. Garner approached a chain link fence. He stopped.
Police led her away in handcuffs after being called by neighbors. 2-C Bedford Community Gardens plans to gather about twenty local volunteers to plant flowers on Saturday at 10 a.m. Although the forecast calls for thundershowers, the president of the Bedford
The decomposing body of 2 year old Caylee Anthony was moved twice according to a time line provided by a bug expert on Saturday at the first degree murder trial of the girl’s mother Case Anthony. Prosecutors said Casey smothered Caylee with duct tape wrapped around her head, nose and mouth. Defense lawyer Jose Baez contends Caylee accidentally drowned in the Anthony’s backyard pool and that her death went unreported. Entomologist Neal Haskell testified Caylee’s body had completed a short, initial stage of decomposition before the body allegedly was placed in Casey’s car trunk. Haskell testified he based that conclusion on the remains of flies in a trash bag in the trunk.
On 4/26/17 at 1434 hrs, I was dispatched to a vehicle burglary located at 6420 101st Ave N. Upon arrival I made contact with the complainant, Diane Schilling, at 10115 64th St N. Schilling advised she witness a juvenile running from driveway of 6420 101st Ave N, placing a phone down the front of his pants while she was talking to the mailman in front of her house. Schilling advised the juvenile was a black male, wearing a green hoodie and khaki pants.
Specifically, I could tell you about the time a Gwinnett County police officer came to my house, without cause or warrant, and demanded of me one Saturday afternoon while cleaning my house, my license to prove my residency; meanwhile, his hand pivoted anxiously on his gun. With his abusive
But, suddenly, from a ways further down the hall, two men materialized out of a door that abruptly swung open. They came walking out from what Phillip had remembered was the side of the corridor that entered into what Lorenzo had called, “The floor.” But Phillip knew it as the cavernous storage area where he had now twice woken up in, and definitely had no intentions on returning any time soon. So without allowing the distance between him and the approaching men to be any further closed upon, (or for them to see his bare feet for that matter) he ducked into hiding using Lorenzo’s ID pass to gain access into an adjoining room which so happened to be the first door he’d come upon after the men had surprised him by entering the
On September 8, 2015, at approximately 12:52 PM I, Deputy Ragsdale, was contacted by Captain Tucker to call Michael Holcombe in reference to a theft. I then contacted Michael Holcombe on Wood County cell two. He told me that his daughter was renting a house at 116 Oak Street, Yantis, Texas from Margi Halfcox, suspect. Michael Holcombe told me that he let his daughter borrow his riding lawn mower. He then advised me that his daughter was moving out of that residence.
Trayvon Martin decided to go for a walk and asked Ms. Green’s 7 year old son if he wanted anything from the store and he said he wanted skittles. Upon walking from the store it started raining outside and without an umbrella, Trayvon placed the hood of his gray hoodie on his head to help shield him from the rain as he walked back to housing area. After entering the housing complex he was spotted by Zimmerman and with him being on high alert due to the recent slew of burglaries in the neighborhood and not noticing Martin before he assumed he was a threat. Martin was walking close to the buildings with a hoodie on his head, holding something in his hands that Zimmerman was unable to identify and looking back at him. At that point Zimmerman decided he had to be another burglar who trying to break into a house and he was not going to let it happen again on his watch.
At approximately 0000 on the morning of 7/16/2017 Tami Raines called S/O Ubbes at the security desk to report suspicious activity in the South Garage. Ubbes immediately dispatched Shift Supervisor Riddle and S/O Miller to respond. Upon arriving at the South Garage Riddle and Miller began a floor by floor search making sure to check every hiding place and stairwell. Upon reaching the top Riddle and Miller concluded the individual was not in the parking garage. Ubbes began reviewing the camera footage while Riddle went and talked with Tami.
An autopsy has been scheduled for Tuesday, and more details will be released after the examination, police said. Officers investigated the scene, blocking off a large portion of the street, until around 8:45 p.m. Jose Aponte, 40, who lives in the house in front of where the body was found, was coming home from work when he heard there was a body found in front of his house. He said he initially thought it was
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 06/14/2017 around 1750 hours, I, Officer Burkes, responded to a report of a suspicious person knocking on a door at 1504 Homestead Blvd. The caller stated that a white male was bleeding all over her door and asking her to call 911. When I arrived on scene, I noticed a white male, later identified as Alex Schesny, sitting between the screen door and steele door. I asked Alex to get up and walk out to the back of my patrol car. Once on the back of my car, I retrieved my gloves out of the front seat.
A tale as old as time consisted of one particular soul who’s story either made you weep in sorrow or fear for your life. He was said to be the most fearsome leader who ever walked the earth, embedding fear into all of his people. He resided in a castle on top of a hill, looming over the land he ruled below it. The man in the castle was known as Jasper Vanderbilt, the son of a noble family who resided in the mountainous region of North Carolina. He was a cruel man, who punished villagers without a trace of remorse.