On 09/18/2016, at approximately 2148 hours, at the Durango Jail located at3225 W Gibson Ln Phoenix, AZ 85009 an Inmate/Inmate fight had occurred in Durango 3 B Pod between Inmate Moothery, Naz T303229 and Inmate Sams, Worine T284566.
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.
A warrant was issued for a search of the home of Richard Simpson. Officers set up a surveillance of the home on March 27, 1995, Mrs. Simpson left the home at 10:15AM to take her son to school. Upon returning home Mrs. Simpson was detained by Office Conzachi. Once Mrs. Simpson was at the surveillance site a sheriff’s deputy made a call to Richard Simpson informing him that his wife had been in an accident and he needed to respond to the scene to make arrangements for the vehicle. Leaving the residence Mr. Simpson was stopped and detained by officer Conzachi. Officer Conzachi asked Mr. Simpson if there were any guns on the property. Mr. Simpson says there is one gun under his mattress. The gun may or may not be loaded. Mr. Simpson admitted the gun is a .380 caliber automatic. Officer Conzachi is informed by Mr. Simpson that there is on child and a nanny still in the home along with 14 Rottweilers which are attack dogs. Orange County Animal Control is sent to the home to secure the animals and a search was conducted on the home. The gun was located along with 67.24 grams of marijuana. Mr. Simpson is placed under arrest.
On July 1st, 1949, three Los Angeles police officers entered Richard Rochin’s residence after a tip came through their police hotline. Rochin had been a suspected narcotics trafficker, and the local California police’s zealous nature had led them to illegally enter Rochin’s house without a search warrant, and forcibly entered the second floor,
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.
This case involves the suspect being arrested for public intoxication and unable to care for himself in violation of PC 647(f)-Public Intoxication. The suspect was later placed on a WIC 5150-Mental Health Hold.
On 3-19-16, Highway Patrolman Jeremiah Byrd had a traffic stop. The vehicle was occupied by the alleged perpetrators and the alleged victims. The children were in restraint in the maroon Chevrolet Suburban 1500, traveling East on I10, near the mile marker 61. Judith gave the officer a Texas ID card, and it was suspended. Ramiro also have a driver license to the officer. The officer questioned if any illegal narcotics or cash was in the vehicle, and they state it wasn’t. The parents agreed to a verbal consent to check the car. The officer called for back-up, and the K-9 unit came and found an area at the back of the vehicle. The officer noticed a fishing line from an area of a hidden compartment. The area was pried open with a screwdriver, and
On 6-25-15 the suspect, Matthew Rutledge, was arrested for possession of stolen property, 496(a) PC, and possession of an access card with intent to use, 484 E (D) PC. His companion, Rassan Clayton was released at the scene with no arrest. On 6-30-15 the district attorney requested additional information for the case.
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.
In reviewing the facts of the case, we find that Christopher Simmons, then 17 and a junior in high school, along with Charles Benjamin and John Tessmer, planned the commission of a burglary with the intent to commit murder under the perception that they were minors and as such would be able to get away with the crimes. Upon his capture, Simmons, admitted to the crimes and provided law enforcement with the details of the crimes. Because of his age and the nature of the crime, Simmons was considered to be
On Monday 06/27/16 at 2148 hours I was dispatched for an assault at Cedar Ridge
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 10-17-2017, at approximately 2155 hours, Officer Sabo B3173 noticed there were several Inmates crowding D6 B-Pod bathroom located at 3225 W. Gibson Ln Phoenix AZ 85009. Officer Sabo advised me via the radio that I needed to go check B-Pods bathroom. I immediately went to B-Pod; Officer Sabo then made a radio call for additional officers for an inmate/inmate fight.
October 3rd, 1974 around 10:45 when officers Elton Hymon and Leslie Wright were called out to a break in. When the officers arrived at the scene they saw a woman on her porch and she was pointing towards the adjacent house. She has said that she heard glass breaking and that they or someone was breaking in. Hymon went behind the house. Then he heard a door slam and saw someone run across the backyard. That someone was Edward Garner, him running across the backyard made him a fleeing suspect, he was an appellees respondent decent. Garner stopped at a six-foot chain link fence which was at the edge of the yard. Hymon used a flashlight to see Garner’s face but he saw no weapon and though not certain was reasonably sure and figured that Garner was unarmed. Hymon thought that Garner was seventeen or eighteen years old and 5’5-5’7. Garner was actually an eighth grader fifth teen years old 5’4 and was about 100-110 pounds. Hymon yelled “police halt” and took a few steps towards him. Garner began to climb over the fence. Hymon shot him because he was convinced that if Garner made it over the fence he would elude capture. Garner was shot in the back and he died on the operating table. It turns out that Garner had only stolen ten dollars and a purse. Hymon was acting under the authority of a Tennessee statue and pursuant to Police Department policy; this
On 03/02/2017, I, Chad Agnew, was working as a patrol officer for the Wichita State University Police Department, in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas. At approximately 1551 hours I was in Human Resources when I heard other officers get dispatched to Jardine Hall Room 201 for a panic alarm. I notified dispatch that I would be enroute since Human Resources in close to Jardine Hall. When I was approaching Jardine, I observed a male wearing a hat with shoulder length curly hair standing outside the front doors on the east side of Jardine. As I was entering the building, I walked past the male. He was talking on his cell phone and he smiled at me and gave me a head nod. When I entered the building, I went to Room 201 and spoke with Felicia