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.
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. Upon interviewing Mr. Angela Roscoe, reporting person who stated that on 12/7/16, Mr. Benjamin Allen stolen his cellular telephone an Apple, IPhone 6 white in color with a black case. Mr. Roscoe stated that Mr. Allen, is his boyfriend, and he also through food all throughout the residence doing an argument the estimated cost of the IPhone 6 $300.00. Mr. Roscoe was issued a case number in reference to the incident.
10 Investigative Skills (7PA0006337) - Officer Stark responded to a PC211-Robbery radio call at 1038 E. Colorado Blvd. The comments of the call stated 2 Female Asians and 2 Male Asians pushed the Victim out of his wheelchair and took his wallet containing $25. Stark responded to the location, even though it was out of his beat, and asked me if he could handle the call. I advised the beat Officer that we would handle the incident for training. As we entered the Rite Aid, the Victim was sitting in his wheelchair directly in front of the exit.
On 7-22-2016, I, Richard Reyes was dispatched to a call for criminal trespassing at 12625 Wetmore Rd, San Antonio, TX. at approximately 0800 hours. I arrived on site at 0818 hours, where there were 2 men arguing inside of the class room. I was accompanied by back-up officer Alysha Rosario, we separated the two men from each other and asked the suspect Johnny McGregor to step outside, and the Officer Rosario spoke with him and gathered his story. I stayed inside of the classroom and spoke with the victim Jose Robledo about the incident, where Jose explained to me that his step-brother Johnny has been using the car and has not been adding gas to it.
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
RELATED CASES: None. SUPPORT DOCUMENTS: One Page ERC Correspondence, Two Pages EOS CCA Correspondence, One Page Pasco Sheriff`s Office Affidavit Of Identity Theft, and One Page Photocopy of Jean Weeks`s Florida Driver License. On 04/26/2016, I spoke with Jean Weeks and her daughter Kathryn Weeks in the District II Lobby of Pasco Sheriff`s Office in reference to Identity Theft that occurred in another jurisdiction. Kathryn Weeks advised her mother received a collection notice from ERC dated 03/16/2016 in reference to a Sprint bill in the amount of $1,580.45. Kathryn said she contacted ERC and learned a Sprint account was opened in 01/2015, using her mother`s personal identification (name, date of birth, and social security number)
Inv. Reyer photographed the scene and took a window screen and jewelry box for further evidence analysis. Mr. Carmical was provided this report number for his records. Items reported missing at the time of this report Silver vinyl cover briefcase containing gold and silver coins
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.
On April 15, 2017 at approximately 1127 hours, I responded to Chic-Fil-A located at 80 Oxford Road in reference to a suspicious person. Upon arrival I observed a black male with no shirt on, carrying a backpack at the neighboring convenience store. I made contact with the subject and his girlfriend who identified themselves by name and D.O.B. as David C. Bishop 01/29/1997 and Jennifer L. Buchanan 03/04/1975. I immediately observed Bishop’s left hand was covered in blood at which time I asked him how he hurt his hand. Bishop stated that he had been arguing with his girlfriend after she nearly drove into another vehicle at which time he became upset at her, so he punched the window seal.
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.
Facts Riley was stopped for driving on expired license plates by San Diego police officer. The police officer found out Riley’s license was also expired, which resulted in the impounding of the his vehicle. During the inventory of the vehicle, officers found firearms stashed in a sock under his car’s hood a. People v. Riley, No. D059840, 2013 WL 475242, at *1 (Cal.
Case Analysis #1: Robbery of Rural Home Deputies respond to a 911 call to the 7200 Block of state route 163 Sunday, January 15th at ten p.m. The crime reported was an armed robbery in a rural area. The stolen goods included several pieces of jewelry, gold coins, and cash missing from the victim’s safe. The victims included a husband and wife of the residence. The suspects were allegedly two white males.
Facts: Jose Colegio filled up his gas tank at a gas station and took off without making payment. Issue: Florida vs. Colegio (Will robbery be an appropriate charge?) Rule(s): Florida statues under title XLVI 812.13 Robbery - (1) “Robbery” means the taking of money or other property which may be the subject of larceny from the person or custody of another, with intent to either permanently or temporarily deprive the person or the owner of the money or other property, when in the course of the taking there is the use of force, violence, assault, or putting in fear. 812.014 Theft. — (1)
An Enforcer inquiry was conducted to determine if any members of the 110 Detective Squad ran the name "Shawn Thomas" from 2100 hours on 06/08/2015 - 2100 hours on 06/09/2015. The Enforcer Check revealed that two (2) members of the 110 Squad ran the name "Shawn Thomas", Det. Kelly and Det. Patel (formerly assigned to the 110th Squad). These two officers were subsequently added to this case as subjects with the allegation of DRV-Other for failure to take appropriate actio n in regards to an active I-Card.