Maranda was arguing with her boyfriend Edward Beranek. Maranda yelled “fuck you” several times to a male standing next to Edward. I told Maranda she needed to calm down several times or she would be arrested for disorderly conduct. Maranda would calm down for about a minute, but start yelling at Edward and the male next to him. I asked Maranda what was going on with her and Edward and the other male.
Many inmates sleep in gyms, dayrooms, and other areas not intended for housing purposes (Gale, 2008). In 2011, Governor Jerry Brown and the Legislature approved a plan that would relocate low-level (non-serious), non-violent, non-sexual offenders (known as “the three-nons”) into the jurisdictional control of the counties in which they were arrested. Furthermore, the Governor’s plan allowed offenders to be released to the county probation system instead of the parole board (Medina, 2011). The Court’s order is part of a two-decade long battle over medical and mental California Realignment: Assembly Bill (AB) 109 9 health care in California prisons (Harvard Law Review, 2010).
Their complaints are that when Jackie has a coughing spell, she is so loud and disruptive that they can’t hear what incoming callers are saying on the phone (including callers into the SMART call center). In fact, incoming callers have brought it to their attention that they can hear Jackie over the phone. On 3/14/16, Chris spoke to Jackie about the complaints she had received and asked Jackie if she could leave her desk whenever she has an attack because it is disruptive to those around her. Jackie immediately got upset, began crying and saying that everyone was picking on her and that she wouldn’t be able to leave her desk when she has a coughing spell because when she is coughing she is too short of breath to
Per summons and complaint, plaintiff claims assault and false arrest. Plaintiff states that he was watching MOS arrest a woman when a friend, Tiaya Cornelius (non-party) asked plaintiff to help her carry grocery bags to her home. Plaintiff states that an inebriated unknown male attempted to grab one of the bag. Plaintiff states while he and Ms. Cornelius were informing the unknown male that they did not need his help, plaintiff was struck on both side of his head by police batons. Plaintiff claims that he was handcuffed.
She screamed, and bystanders heard her scream. They called the police. One of the people who heard Carmen screaming was a security guard. The security guard managed to detain the man until the police arrived and arrested him.
The Sandra Bland case truly has me disgusted and heartbroken, if you seen the video you know what I am talking about, its so hard to watch... Every time I 'm stopped by a cop I 'm immediately scared because #1 I am young African-American male and #2 I still have my South Carolina state drivers license and I now live in a different state... No one should ever have to feel this way I pray every time I get pulled over and call my oldest sister Timeka Kimberly Wilson-King.... GOD please watch over my people cause we constantly being targeted for the COLOR OF OUR SKIN... #SandraBland
“Somebody call 911 right now she’s not responding!” one of the parents screamed in dismay. My heart dropped. I saw her limp body sprawled across the floor. I knew who they were talking about, in fact, I was close friends with her.
Such offenses may include rape, sexual assault and child molestation. Sex offender registration must be completed in person, within 48 hours of when people establish a residence or are released from custody. According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, depending on the particular offense a person is convicted of, he or she will be required to register two or four times per year. When registering as sex offenders, people are required to provide a range of information, including their name, date of birth, social security number, and their permanent or temporary legal addresses. Additionally, they must provide their place of employment and occupation; the makes, models, and vehicle identification numbers for any vehicles that they own; their phone numbers; and their Internet identifiers and email addresses.
This changed when it came to several confrontations starting September 24th. On September 24th a group of protestors was headed towards Union Square and was blocking several streets along the way, which led to the arrest of around 80 protestors. Although this is understandable, it was what happened while these arrests were made that caused media attention to skyrocket. During the arrests, police was indiscriminately using pepper spray in situation where the use of pepper spray was unnecessary or on already detained protestors. Most of it was caught on video and led to the increased interest of the media and the general public.
In 1980, the Air Force established an Office of Family matters to deal with domestic violence issues. In the 1990’s came more protection and progress. Police office could arrest on “probable cause in twenty-thee states. The3 history of domestic violence goes back twenty-seven centuries and has evolved into the laws we have today, these laws were put in place to protect victims and get help for their offenders.
Don Miguel had been searching for Juan Pablo for what seemed like an eternity. Juan Pablo had conducted a raid on his mansion with the intent to kill him, and, during that skirmish his best friend Carlos had been brutally murdered after trying to defend the mansion from Juan Pablo's henchmen. He wanted to; no, needed to, get revenge. He had finally found Juan Pablo, living in a smaller house than you would expect from somebody of his profession, and he planned the attack for Wednesday.
INTRODUCTION: 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. INVESTIGATION:
Juana Villegas v Metropolitan Government County/Nashville-Davison County Sheriff’s Office Juana Villegas, 9 months pregnant with her fourth child, was arrested and detained for pretrial on a minor traffic offence on July 3,2008. After two days in the Davison County detention center, Ms. Villegas’s water broke and she went into labor. She was transported by ambulance to Metro General Hospital, before transport she was handcuffed and shackled, at that time an officer from the detention center noted his concerns. According to the testimony of Dr. Sandra Torrente, the concern was reasonable given the history of Ms. Villegas’s short labors; in fact, once the restraints were removed, she progressed from 3cm.
November 2, 2015 VERIFICATION OF ENROLLMENT Student Name: Athen Munoz Student ID: VVC216 Date of Birth:11/22/2011 This is to confirm that Athen Munoz is enrolled at Victor Valley Community College Child Development Lab as of 8/17/2015. Please do not hesitate to call (760) 245-4271 X 2618 if you have any further inquiries. Sincerely, Deydalia Fraydealfaro Site Supervisor
Juan Ponce de León (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈxwan ˈponθe ðe leˈon]; 1474 – July 1521) was a Spanish explorer and conquistador. He became the first Governor of Puerto Rico by appointment of the Spanish crown. He led the first known European expedition to La Florida, which he named during his first voyage to the area in 1513. Though in popular culture, he was supposedly searching for the Fountain of Youth, there is no contemporary evidence to support the story, which is likely a myth. Ponce de León returned to southwest Florida in 1521 to lead the first large-scale attempt to establish a Spanish colony in what is now the continental United States. However, the native Calusa people fiercely resisted the incursion, and de León was seriously