Stark noticed the Officer Safety issue with interviewing the Victim in front of the door, and asked him to move to the side away from the flow of pedestrian traffic. Stark spoke with the Officer that had responded prior to our arrival and got the information that the Officer had already obtained. Stark re-interviewed the Victim, and come to the conclusion that the crime elements of PC211 were not met. I asked Stark what he believed the crime was, he stated PC 484 - petty theft. Stark gave the Victim a business card with the report number.
Betty Lewis was just an average person. Admittedly, she didn’t set out in her life to join the criminal justice career. She started out as a manager for an apartment complex, but soon tired of receiving calls all day and night over frivolous things she had no control over. The added stress of living thirty miles away from her complex and being unable to rush to the building on short notice finally pushed Lewis to look in the classifieds for a new job. There, she found that the Minden Police Department needed a dispatcher.
On 07-24-2016, Sergeant Koch and I responded to 7520 December Drive, reference a burglary that occurred on 06-24-2016. I have been trying to make contact with the suspect, Tyler Gray, for the last two weeks with negative results. I previously responded to Gray 's residence and made contact with Gray 's father, William Gray. I have left William my business card with instructions to contact with me. Upon arrival, Sergeant Koch and I made contact with, William Gray.
While on routine patrol on Main St. in the area of the One Stop Capt. Oneill and myself could hear a female screaming extremely loud. Her screams were so loud it caused individuals to direct their attention to the noise. Officers located the female and a hispanic male behind the One Stop in the unit block of North Market Street.
I asked how she knew it was him, she was not sure on how to answer the question and no explanation was given. I asked what exactly did he do that she believes would constitute an arrest. She said "well, when I walked outside and he said
On June 16, 2015, I was assisting Officer M. Rich on a suspicious activity call at Argonne Drive @ Versailles Street. Communication advised a light blue Buick with NC registration just dropped off two black male’s at the above location. Upon arrival in the area I observed a light blue Buick vehicle with a black male behind the wheel.
While on patrol in the parking lot of Boyer 's Food Market I observed a maroon in color Chevrolet Cruze bearing PA registration JMF9293. I had prior knowledge of this described vehicle with that exact PA registration was involved in a hit and run recently earlier in the week, which is being investigated by Patrolman Travis BOWMAN. I parked my patrol vehicle stationairy on the 600 block of W. Centre St. (State Route 54) waiting for the vehicle to exit the Boyer 's parking lot. I observed a black male enter the driver side of the vehicle and a white female enter the passenger side of the vehicle. Once the Cruze exited the Boyer 's parking lot I conducted a vehicle top on it in that area of S. Vine St. and W. Oak St.
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.
There was an officer in training, so whenever we got a call, the officer in training had to receive it. However, one of the calls that I got to partake in was a call about a person identified as a sex offender that was living on campus. We went to Ernest Calderón Learning Community because that is where the call came from. We received the call around 9:45 am. Officer Brady and myself walked around the inside of the building on each floor, as well as the outside of the hall.
Interviewer: Oh, you were midtown, right down on Alberton and 22nd. Interviewee: I was a lead police officer, so I didn’t respond to a lot of juvenile calls. Interviewer: What about, did officers call you when you were the lead when there was a thing with juveniles?
On the above date and time Corporal Joshua Hussey asks to speak with me concerning an inmate complaint. He stated on 10/29/2015 night shift Inmate David Anthony Todd F Block/Cell F3 accused Officer James Law of inappropriately touching him. I instruct Cpl. Hussey to escort Inmate Todd out of the housing unit; he and myself exit Tower 2. Inmate Todd and I are in the Bonding Court Room when he gives his account of the incident; no other staff is present at this time.
I was completely puzzled but I cooperated. When I entered the station the Chief of Police instructed me to have a seat and began the questioning. He asked, “Do you know why you are here?” I told him, “No,” and then told me he was investigating the rape of my stepdaughter, in which she named my husband the offender. He tells me this went on from the age 11-14, 14 being here current age.
No one will ever know what is going on in officer head during a call, this is where police training is extremely important because one wrong choice can cause someone to lose