• Per NYPD arrest report, MOS Harris and Denizard were responding to a 911 for robbery and when they arrived complaining witness identified P as one of the perpetrator. MOS Harris and Denizard identified themselves as officer and P took off running. MOS Harris and Denizard chased P and engaged in a struggle. P punched MOS Denizard causing MOS Denizard to fall to the ground and injury his knee. MOS Denizard was unable to walk on his knee.
Tammy Lou Fontenot v. Taser International, Inc. 3:10-cv-125-RJC-DCK U.S. District Court, Western District of North Carolina, Charlotte Division (2012) Parties: Tammy Lou Fontenot (plaintiff) v. Taser International, Inc. (defendant) Facts: Darryl Turner, a seventeen-year-old grocery store bagger, is the deceased in this wrongful death case. Turner was fired and refused to leave the store’s premises peacefully, the police were then called. Police officers used a Taser twice on Darryl while taking him into custody, after collapsing he was unable to be revived. Tammy Lou Fontenot was charged with administering Turner’s estate.
The search of Rote’s cell #2B3 in Building 2. For this claim, Rote is also directed to identify the search of his cell. d. The failure by unidentified correctional staff to respond Rote’s complaints of head pain. For this claim, Rote is also directed to identify the staff member he alleges was involved in this incident, and why he believes the staff member acted with deliberate indifference to his serious medical needs. ECF Document 17, at pp.
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. Upon entering Durango 3 B Pod, Inmate Sams approached Inmate Moothery and begun fighting by Durango 3 B Pod door. Multiple strikes were thrown by both inmates until Inmate Moothery had fallen to the Pod floor. At that time Officer Serrano approached the pod door and gave both inmates commands to stop fighting. No radio call was made due to both inmates complying with the orders given.
1LT Handelman does not recall any events past 0000 the morning of 13 MAR 16, however, sufficient evidence exists to indicate around 0119 hours he was acting in a drunk and disorderly manner in the street and kicked the window of a passing car. A KNP Officer responding to the incident attempted to calm him at which time 1LT Handelman struck him in the chin with his fist and knocked him to the ground attempting to choke him with both hands (Exhibit 02). 1LT Handelman sustained a significant number of contusions, abrasions, and a chipped tooth in the ensuring altercation however; the force applied by the KNP does not appear to be excessive given the
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.
EVIDENCE: • Officer Petrella #7035 took photos of the victim’s injury. • Suspect Salseda refused to take any photographs while in the field. • Audio recordings of Salseda’s and Guerrero’s statements. The photographs and audio recordings were uploaded into VeriPic INVESTIGATION:
At 1714 hours, this writer was met by Officer Walker, of the Metropolitan Police Department, 7th District. CHAMPS were notified on telephone number (202) 481-1450 by the mother Ms. Ward at 1725 hours. Mr. Huy and Ms. Toni Session came to M-1’s place of abode at 1836 hours to conduct an assessment with M-1 to ascertain if he needed to be admitted to the hospital. This case is closed.
On March 7, 1998, 55 year old Mrs. Jadine Russell and her daughter were involved in a minor automobile accident. While on the side of the road assessing the damage, Jadine, her daughter, and two police officers, were taken by surprise, when alleged drunk driver, Keith Cook, lost control of his pickup hitting Jadine’s car. The vehicles then plowed into the four victims as they stood there. “All were hurt, but Jadine suffered the most severe injury when the car pinned her against a fence and ruptured her spleen, causing massive internal bleeding and leaking blood into her abdomen” (Baxtrom). Jadine, in need of serious medical attention, refused a blood transfusion.
Before I even step foot in the door I could hear sobbing and the distress in a woman 's voice. I carried in the necessary equipment, the cops were actively doing CPR as the advanced life support provider (ALS) was looking for IV access. As EMS personnel we took over for the cops, we placed a LUCAS device on him, it 's a device that does compressions for you. Then, we continued ventilating the patient and placed him on a backboard in preparation to transport and move the patient.
On 11-14-2015 at about 2106 hours I was dispatched to a domestic violence report at the Emerald Point Condos at 31900 104th AVE SE; H102, Auburn/King/Wa. Enroute dispatch advised the reporting party/victim, Lizbeth Nunez Santana was calling to report that she was assaulted by her husband. The incident occurred about two hours prior and the husband was no longer at the residence. I arrived at the address and contacted Lizbeth and her cousin, Maribel Chavez. Throughout my conversation with Lizbeth it was clear that she was very upset, she had to stop speaking several times as she was crying and upset with the situation.
On Monday 06/27/16 at 2148 hours I was dispatched for an assault at Cedar Ridge Apartments located at 30819 124th Ave SE in the City of Auburn, King Co, WA. Dispatch advised the reporting person, Amber Archer, stated a male was hitting children with a cane. When I arrived I observed several people in a group speaking with Officer T. Minkler. Officer Minkler pointed to a male, a stated he was a possible witness and father to one of the victims.
In Chicago, Paige and Leo have married and they are in love for each other. In a snowing height, they have a car accident. Paige has a serious head injury and stays in coma. When she wakes she has partial reflection of her life until five years ago and she dose not recognize Leo. Her estranged parents use the unusual situation to bring Paige back home.