On 10-03-2015 at 2018 hours I responded to 599 Pine (Casey 's) in reference to counterfeit bills. Upon arriving I made contact with Store Manager Laura Isaac and Officer Woodruff. While Isaac was pulling up surveillance footage she explained that a female had attempted to pay for gas and other items with a counterfeit twenty dollar bill. I seized the note, it has been entered into evidence as #18596. Isaac also explained that the female arrived in a vehicle which she described as a grey short cab dodge truck.
Bergeron began following Finkley onto Hudson Avenue. Bergeron saw Finkley pick up a piece of wood, approximately a foot long and began swinging it and yelling incoherently. Finkely reportedly was not swinging the wood at Bergeron. Bergeron returned to her vehicle and contacted the police department to report the incident. Bergeron showed me the damage to her passenger side rear door.
Description of the Film Taylor Sheridan’s Sicario follows Emily Blunt as Kate Macer an idealistic FBI agent who is enlisted by a task force to help in the fight against the drug war at the border of U.S.A and the Mexico. Also in the task force are Josh Brolin as Matt Graver and Benicio Del Toro as Alejandro whose objective is to catch a drug lord named Diaz. The movie starts by showing a raid being conducted by a swat team that slams through a house in a van. They end up capturing a few suspects and Kate ends of shooting one of the suspects that tries to shoot her. The gun shot reveals numerous dead bodies behind the walls, which is the first impression of the shear brutality of this area of Social disorganization.
Thursday, September 2nd, 2016 at approximately 10:21 a.m., I Detective L. Donegain obtained a DNA Search Warrant for Kenneth Shaw. I also obtained additional Warrants on Kenneth Shaw for Possession of a Firearm by a Felon and Amos Shaw for Possession of Cocaine. The Possession of Firearm by Felon was for the 12guage Shotgun which was seized from Kenneth Shaw’s apartment on Southwood Drive. The Cocaine charge for Amos Shaw was for the cocaine seized from the driver’s side door of the vehicle that he drove to the Hospital on the night of the shooting.
JACKSON COUNTY, W.Va. — Authorities in Jackson County arresting 13 people Tuesday as part of a warrant sweep. The Jackson County Bureau of Investigation, Sheriff 's Office and the Ravenswood Police Department made the sweep as part of a focus on a multi-state methethamphetamine investigation. The drug was from Mexican cartels and was being sold in Jackson County. Authorities arrested: — Danielle Seagraves, 40, on charges of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and delivery of a controlled substance; — Nicholas Hopper, 34, for possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance; — Bradley Hickman, 20, for three counts of delivery of a controlled substance; — William P. Huft, 62, on charges of delivery of a controlled
In U.S. v. Jones, Antoine Jones owned a popular nightclub in the District of Columbia. As the police department and FBI had reasonable suspicion to believe that cocaine trafficking was taking place in the club, law enforcement enabled strict surveillance. The strict surveillance consisted of cameras around the nightclub, officers obtained a warrant to implement device to register phone numbers of anyone calling Jones or calls Jones made and installed a wiretapping device. In addition, the officers installed a GPS tracking device in Jones vehicle, to install this device the officers had to obtained a warrant that allowed the GPS to be installed for ten days in the District of Columbia. However, as the car traveled to Maryland the officers changed
The officers overtook the car and noted that Toops, whom they had originally seen hanging out of the car window, was now seated behind the steering wheel. The officers also noted that Cripe and Raisor were seated in the back seat of the car. At the officers’ request, Toops submitted to a breath test that revealed a BAC of .21%. As a result Toops was arrested and charged with various alcohol related traffic offenses. He was also charged with Criminal Recklessness, Operating a Vehicle Without a Seat Belt, and Driving Left of Center, all of which the State dismissed prior to trial.
The evening of November 9, 1989, Timothy Dickerson was charged with possession of crack cocaine. Dickerson was seen coming out of an apartment building, on Morgan Avenue North, around 8:15 p.m. by a Minneapolis patrolling officer. The officer was aware of the types of criminal activity due to having severed several warrants at the apartments. Dickerson began to walk towards the patrolling officers police car, he spotted the police car, made eye contact with one of the officers, and turned around and started walking in the other direction. The officer pulled the squad car into the alley and ordered Dickerson to stop and submit to a pat down search.
The FBI agents were following what they said was a red pick-up truck onto the Reservation, and after the shooting witnesses claimed to have seen a red pick-up truck fleeing the scene. In addition, another FBI agent stationed further down the road from the Reservation reported seeing a red pick-up truck drive past around when the shooting ended. However, the FBI claims that Leonard Peltier’s red and white station wagon, which he only drove occasionally, was the van from the case. Although the van cannot be tied to him through strong, unwavering evidence, the FBI linked him to the possible murder’s vehicle during the trial. This skewed evidence could have swayed the jury into a false opinion that changed their verdict on Leonard Peltier’s
Tire tracks, tire prints, and other vehicular data can be found at my crime scenes, but many times is overlooked or destroyed by crime scene investigators, police, weather, and strangers. Collecting, preserving and analyzing tire impressions and tire tracks can reveal the brand of tire, width of tire, unique wear and peculiarities to determine whether that vehicle was present at the crime scene. In 2007, the case of Brown v. the State (Coffee County, GA) Curtis Andrew Brown was arrested and convicted for assaulting an elderly, married couple based on their testimony and identification of Brown. In addition, tire tracks collected at the victims home were analyzed and compared to Brown’s Chevrolet Blazer and deputies were able to testify the
After Mathieu, 20, gave the police his consent to search the apartment, officers discovered a marijuana grinder, a digital scale and 10 bags of high-grade marijuana, including seven in Bryant 's backpack, according to the report. Police say they were called to the apartment complex after receiving a complaint about a man, who later was identified as the 22-year-old Jefferson, forcing his way through the security gate before going to Mathieu 's apartment. These events put Mathieu in a tough situation and drowned his hopes of ever returning to football. After sitting out his senior year all Mathieu could do is watch his LSU team from the
In addition to the information found on the site, “a motel owner in Junction City quickly identified McVeigh” (Casey). Meanwhile, the perpetrator was driving north on I-35 near Perry where he was pulled over. A state trooper stopped him because he had no license plate and arrested him because he was carrying a concealed gun. Federal agents arrived at the prison just before he was leased and took him into
Crystal Cortes, 23 is believed to have dropped off the shooter and has been arrested. She admitted to conspiring with Delgado in a plot to rob Hatcher and denied knowing she was going to die. Cops were led to Cortes when security footage of the jeep she was driving was released. The jeep 's owner saw a news report and contacted the police. He had loaned his car to his ex-girlfriend.
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
Also in that room was a drug locker each one had new evidence of collected for the recent drug bust. All of the evidence was put in brown paper bags with the officers’ name and an evidence label on it. Officer Dewey took out one of the bags out that had his name on and opened up for testing. Even though they had already known that the drug in the bag was marijuana he offered me to perform a color test. Upon seizing the evidence, the officer should perform a Duquenois-Levine color test on the suspected plant material.