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.
On 11-10-17 at approximately 1110 hours, LA County Clinician Vasquez #433353 and I was responded to the intersection of Colorado Boulevard and Bonnie Avenue, regarding a mental health evaluation. PPD Dispatch advised a male Black, approximately 35 years of age was seen running into the flow of traffic and yelling at passing vehicles. The male was reportedly wearing a blue/green Seahawks Jersey and carrying a black backpack. Officer Park #6800 and Officer Vincent #8981 were on scene prior to my arrival.
On Friday 22 January 2016, I was involved in an incident that resulted in two Rangers, SFC Chimere Chuta and SGT Byran Dent, receiving a citation for disorderly conduct. I was out with several Non Commissioned Officers from my SLC class and Rangers from different NCOES school/class. Early in the evening I decided to drive and not drink; however, at the end of the night I ran into SFC Steve Lloyd, my former 2/75 Squad Leader, and we decided to take a shot of alcohol together. Not feeling comfortable to drive back to Fort Gordon, I decided to take a cab and not risk the chance of getting a DUI.
Key Facts: On December 18, 1992, two brothers were shot and killed in their Houston home after throwing a party the previous night. Police obtained six shotgun shells from the site and received a description of a potential suspect from a local neighbor. The investigation led the police to Salinas, who willingly agreed to relinquish his shotgun for ballistics testing and to accompany police for further questioning. The interview lasted approximately one hour, where both parties were later in agreement that Salinas was not detained nor was he read Miranda warnings. Salinas answered most questions during the interview, but fell silent when asked if “his shotgun ‘would match the shells recovered at the scene of the murder.’” Upon receiving more
On 10-17-2017, at approximately 2155 hours, Officer Sabo B3173 noticed there were several Inmates crowding D6 B-Pod bathroom located at 3225 W. Gibson Ln Phoenix AZ 85009. Officer Sabo advised me via the radio that I needed to go check B-Pods bathroom. I immediately went to B-Pod; Officer Sabo then made a radio call for additional officers for an inmate/inmate fight.
On the indicated date and time I Deputy Garcia #618055 was assigned to staff station 620 at North County Correctional Facility (NCCF) when I heard a loud thud which is consistent with that of fighting.
P alleges excessive force and false arrest. P claims he was at his former girlfriend’s apartment when two MOS arrested. P claims that he was placed in RMP and taken to PSA 6 precinct. P claims that at the precinct several MOS assaulted him causing him to lose vision in one eye. MOS Carlos Sierra was not present at the precinct for the incident. MOS Natalie Roman state that she and her partner, Bernice De La Cruz, were responding to a radio run for dispute between a male and female. When they arrived at the location, P informed MOS that he had called 911 because his former girlfriend has an order of protection against him and he needed to get his personal belongings from the apartment. MOS had P wait in the hallway as they spoke with his former girlfriend, who informed MOS that she wanted P removed from the premise. MOS Roman placed P in
On Friday, September 4, 2015, approximately at 3:00 PM, Dr. Melanie Nolan-Pryor (46) and her husband, Dr. Brent Pryor (46), left a luncheon in Sacramento in separate cars. Dr. Nolan-Pryor was driving her blue 2013 Lexus SUV, while Dr. Pryor was in his silver 2014 Toyota Prius. Traffic on I-80 was slow; Dr. Nolan-Pryor estimated her speed range from 20 to 40 miles per hour. As the couple approached the Mace Boulevard exit, Dr. Nolan-Pryor’s car was located “in the lane to the left of the right-hand lane”, and Dr. Pryor was traveling in about 10 car lengths from her in the lane to her right, with a black Toyota Tundra truck in front of him and a red Ford Escape SUV behind him. “At around the point where the Mace Boulevard exit sign is posted”, Dr. Nolan-Pryor was looking to her left, when suddenly she heard “the sound of a crash” coming from a location ahead of Dr. Nolan-Pryor’s car and to her right.
One mile southeast from where the riots began, some African American teenagers were playing with a starter gun. Upon hearing the shots, National Guardsmen reported sounds of a sniper gun and several policemen showed up shortly after. Almost immediately after arriving, the policemen stormed the motel where they first encountered a 17 year-old African American teenager, Carl Cooper. Without questioning, the policemen shot down Cooper killing him instantly. Another group of officers stormed through the back door where they confronted Fred Temple, 18, and initially shot Temple to death. Continuing, the officers went floor-to-floor searching for a nonexistent sniper. After the failed search, the policemen gathered the seven residents downstairs and lined them up. “Foreshadowing the gruesome ‘game’ to come,” writes Hersey, “the officers began to take people from the line, one by one, into rooms, for what might have been called—and might strictly not—questionings” (264). The officers began an aggressive interrogation that consisted of pistol whipping. One of the survivors, Lee Forsythe, told Hersey that the policeman, Robert Paille, “started questioning us, asking us where the gun was.” Forsythe continued, “And I kept telling him I didn’t know, so he pulled me out of the line and took me into A-4, I think it was, and began beating me and
In summary, on 06/05/16 at 2254 hours Ofc. E. Vera #289 and I were patrolling the area of 5900 W Roosevelt Rd., at which time I observed a vehicle (03 ' silver Volkswagen IL Y804576) disregard the stop light located at 59th Ave./Roosevelt Road. A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle.
“One of my first calls on the MHU (Mental Health Unit) was of a gentleman having a psychotic episode. He had jumped out of my patrol car on the way to the hospital, took off running down the main street, screaming ‘Satan is chasing me God HELP me! Don’t let Satan catch me again!’ all the while he is stripping down to his birthday suit. I can tell you that the mentally ill can be fast and strong when they have these types of episodes. Don’t ever underestimate someone in crisis. You handle these encounters with kid gloves, because, as an officer you never know what you are walking into. The only heads up you may receive is that a citizen may be off their meds, or hearing voices. What starts out as a talking
Officers responded to a shots fired call at 2212 Shadow Wood Circle. The reporting party, Christy Reese, called the Gautier Police Department and said that she had heard several gunshots outside her residence. She further stated that when she looked outside from her residence she saw a small car, possibly a Honda, driving down the street with no lights on.
On 12/6/16 at 1700 hours, I received a call for service at 3811 E Main St, in reference to a battery that occurred.
On 01-11-2016 at 1309 hours I was dispatched to 112 South Main Street (Dollar general) in reference to shoplifting.
Please note, during the time of this incident, i was working in the capacity of a patrolman with the hollywood police department, operating a marked hollywood police vehicle with police insignia prominently displayed upon it, in full police uniform.