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.
In February 2004 law enforcement officers in Tampa, Florida was seeking to apprehend Kevin Dewayne Powell in connection with a robbery investigation. The police officers went to an apartment rented by Powell’s girlfriend. Powell was spotted coming out of a bedroom in the apartment. The police searched the bedroom and discovered a loaded nine-millimeter handgun under the bed. Powell was arrested and taken to the Tampa Police Department.
Sandra Petrocelli, is an Assistant District Attorney that prosecuted Steven Harmon and James King and called them Monsters. Kathy O’Brien, is Steven’s attorney and she tries to make sure that he receives a not guilty verdict. James King is Steven’s older friend that asked Steven to be in his crew to rob a drugstore. Richard “Bobo” Evans was accused of being in the store during the robbery and he wanted a lighter sentence so he testified against Steven and James King. Osvaldo Cruz, is another gang member that was a part of the robbery.
Ann Claxton and Sarah Haycock were charged with theft on September 6, 1769. They shoplifted on August 23 and stole goods worth 36 s. According to one of the witnesses who was the owner of the shop the incident took place, two women came into the shop looking for printed linen and she showed them. The two women haggled about the price and one of the women went outside. The other woman in the store asked to see some muslins and the shop owner, Susannah showed her.
In this case, we believe it to be customer C. In all, the dominant hand, eating habits, and footsteps prove that customer C is the murderer. To further investigate what happened during the lunchroom murder, we could dust the handprint/fingerprints to see who they belong to. We could ask the other customers that were there that day, if they knew anything about the murder. We could trace footsteps to see which ones belong to who.
I cleared and made my way to University Police Department (UPD). Where I was advised by Officer Ramirez that Acting LT. Flores #110 wants to issue a Citation ( see attachments) for Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor (A.B.C. 106.04) to Leasure. I issued Leasure the citation #5677 and explained to him what he had to do. Leasure signed the citation and a copy of it was given to Leasure.
Madge accuses Beth of shoplifting, but in reality Beth hasn’t stolen anything. Beth begins to feel hopeless as she is escorted to the main security office within the store. When a police officer arrives to the store, Beth is put into custody and sits in the back of the officer’s squad car. Beth is able to convince the police officer to take her into the store to prove she is innocent. Once Hannah tells the police officer what “really” happened, Beth is let off the hook
I received the needed documents to initiate a report on 11/17/2015. Mr. Bowens advised sometime prior to 10/28/2015, a known acquaintance, Latoya Jackson stole checks number 519 and 520 our of his checkbook when she was a guest at his home. He said she has attended several events he has hosted and
While Graham was waiting for officer Connor to come back, he got out of the car, ran around the car twice and passed out by the car. Officer Connor's backup arrived on scene to help officer Connor apprehend Berry and Graham while Berry was pleading for them to help Graham. The officers rejected his cry for help while placing Graham's face down on the hood of the car. Graham asked the police officers to check his wallet for his diabetic decal. The officers responded to him to “shut up” and shoved his head into the car.
The gunman later identified as James Brodie pointed a pistol at the Bates’s daughter Xanthe. Bates leaped forward to protect her and was shot in chest, while Williams bludgeoned her husband with a crow bar. In 2005, Peter Williams was convicted and
Nieves reviewed the security cameras and observed today’s incident as told by Pendle. Based on in the information obtained during the course of the investigation I determined Bishop violated F.S.S. 812.13 robbery, by demanding Pendle give him his watch as he held on to Pendle’s arm with the intent to deprive Pendle of his property. F.S.S. 810.02 burglary by entering the business thru the drive thru window while on foot and remaining inside of an open business after permission was withdrawn by an employee, with the intent to commit an offense therein. F.S.S. 784.03 simple battery by intentionally touching Pendle against his
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
P alleges false arrest. P alleges she was waiting for Ms. Lindsay (non-party) outside a Chase Bank. P states that after Ms. Lindsay did not return for a long time, P entered the bank and asked Ms. Lindsay to hurry then left the bank. P alleges she was arrested and 16 days later he was indicted. MOS, the 17th precinct anti-crime team, state that MOS received a call from a bank teller at Chase Bank who reported that an individual was attempting to cash a forged check.
On Saturday, 10/17/15, at approximately 2050hrs, Communication Officer Lindbloom, advised me to go to Wal-Mart in reference to a theft. I arrived at Wal-Mart and spoke to Wal-Mart’s Asset Protection employee, Krista Lea McClintick. McClintick advised she had (2) two customers walk out with a black LifeProof Case for the IPhone 6, valued at $79.34. McClintick advised she had followed a male in a blue hoodie around the store due to her suspicion.
In the Supreme Court case named Carroll v. Carman, the two police officers Carroll and Roberts were investigating a report that an armed man named Zita had stolen a car and went to hide in the house of Andrew and Karen Carman. When they arrived at the house, they found there was no parking and went down a sidestreet that led to a gravel parking area. They parked in the first spots at the rear of the house. They approached the house and saw a sliding glass door that opened onto a deck. They knocked on the door and Andrew Carman came out and refused to answer their questions about Zita.