Colonel Frank Mayer replaced Colonel Burnett as DCD Commander. His personality was exactly the opposite of Burnett’s, and though brilliant, he was not mature. But travels with him, keep us in stitches. One day we were traveling in a rented car, and he turned to the driver and said; “I don’t like the way you’re driving and took the keys out of the ignition.” Those were the days without steering lock, and nothing happened, but it did shock us.
INTRODUCTION: This case involves suspect cutting off his “Sentinel” ankle monitor in violation of PC 594(a)-Vandalism. LOCATION DESCRIPTION: The location a driveway alongside south side of the business. EVIDENCE: EV1- A grey “Sentinel” ankle monitor with a black strap-valued at less than $500.00.
It was subsequently learned that the subject, before police arrived entered the home of his girlfriend and forcefully took her keys and drover her vehicle recklessly and destroying a nearby utility pole and two fences. After the vehicle became inoperable the subject went to the chair where officers encountered him. The subject was transported to Eskenazi Hospital for mental evaluation and will likely face preliminary charges once investigators have had a chance to investigate this
RELATED CASES: None. SUPPORT DOCUMENTS: One Page Front/Back Copy Forged Check #6056, One Page Front Copy Unused Check #6056, One Page Front Copy Check #6012, One Page Affidavit of Forgery, and One Page Business Card. On 04/19/2016, I spoke with Jeff Couron in the District II Lobby of the Pasco Sheriff`s Office in reference to Fraud, Other Jurisdiction.
In “The Pedestrian”, the government controlled police car stopped a man called Leonard Mead who was just out for a nightly walk, one that he’d been doing every night for years. The car even threatened to shoot if he didn’t stop, then talked with Mr. Mead and eventually arrested him. When the police car pulled up to stop Mr. Mead, it called “‘Your hands up or we’ll shoot!’” (Bradbury, 1). When the police car was trying to get Mr.Mead into the back of the car after he’d been arrested, it said “‘Get in’”
In 2012, Trayvon Martin was walking home, unarmed, with his hood up and his hands in his pockets. Local neighborhood watch volunteer, George Zimmerman, saw him as a “threat” and took it upon himself to use lethal force against him. Campaign Zero reported that in 2014 “police killed at least 253 unarmed people and 91 people who were stopped for mere traffic violations”. The police brutality continues to escalate creating despair within the community. Martin’s case, along with Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson and the massacre at the Emanuel A.M.E. church in Charleston, became catalysts for the Black Lives matter Movement.
The Rodney King incident took place 23 years ago, however the issue of police brutality against African American men persists today. Even when verite video that captures the incident from start to finish and audio is heard from both parties, police are continuously let off. Lets take for example the contemporary 2014 incident, in which a police officer placed African American male Eric Garner in, what looked like a chokehold, which ultimately killed him in the streets of New York City – all caught on video by a passerby’s cellphone. After considering everything seen and heard in the video, including Garner claiming 11 times “I can’t breathe”, a jury decided to not indict the officer. The autopsy examiner ruled Garner’s death a homicide, explaining the death was caused by compression of the neck and chest (Calabresi, 2014).
From the #RiseUp October last month, a long series of destruction in New York has attempted to shut down Rikers Island and called an end to the police terror worldwide. A large number of Family Members of the unfortunate participated in a march joined with students, pastors, activists, and public speakers like Dr. Cornel West and Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino against the Brutality of the Police Force. The newest research tells that the number of U.S. police officers are charged with fatal shooting has hit the highest level in a decade. A dozen officers has been charged with Manslaughter this year, up from the average of about five a year 2005 to 2014.
For example, in a predominately White neighborhood, only 24 percent of the population in Park Slope was Latino and Black, yet they accounted for 79 percent of the stops. This demonstrates that these cops are racially profiling this group for reasons unknown. Another example is when Sergeant Rossano Gerald, an African American, and his son Gregory, also an African American, were headed to a family reunion in Oklahoma. The moment they crossed over into the state, they were almost immediately stopped by a highway patrol officer for driving too close to the cars in front of them. Soon after being released, another highway patrol officer pulled him over for changing lanes without signaling.
On April 12, 2015, Freddie Carlos Gray Jr, a 25-year-old African-American man, was arrested by the Baltimore Police Department for an illegal switchblade. While being transported to the local police station, in a police van, Gray fell into a state of "extreme lethargy" and was taken to a trauma center. Gray passed on April 19, 2015; his demise was due to injuries to his spinal rope. On April 21, 2015, pending an examination of the occurrence, six Baltimore cops were incidentally suspended with pay. The six officers accused of Gray 's death are Caesar Goodman, Garret Miller, Edward Nero, William Porter, Lieutenant Brian Rice and Sargent Alicia White.
Say Goodbye to President Lincoln Folks. The president has been shot!! The assassin has been identified as John Wilkes Booth, but many people played many roles on the night of April 14th. So John Wilkes booth and some co-conspirators had been meeting up way before now to do something to our president, Abraham Lincoln. First their plan was to kidnap Lincoln and basically hold him hostage until confederate prisoners of war have been returned.
Sometimes officers are even put in a circumstance where it is beyond their control. January 6, 2015 A man was shot and killed by San Francisco police officers and later revealed to have left behind several suicide notes in his cellphone, including one addressed directly to police. Matthew Hoffman, 32, was shot that Sunday evening after he entered a restricted parking lot at a police station and brandished what appeared to be a handgun. It was later discovered to be airsoft gun that fired small pellets like projectiles. San Francisco police later made public a note titled "Dear Officer(s)" with the granted permission of Hoffman 's father, authorities said in a public statement.
According to the article, Lumpkin received charges for selling weapons to known criminals in the area and is currently in police custody (Heisig 1-5). The officer sold multiple rifles and a bulletproof vest to people who could potentially harm other citizens. This shows that police officers who are not
The Administrative Law Judge Brian Porter was thorough in explaining the proceedings of an administrative hearing such as in the case of City of Chicago v. Celest Allen. Listening through a thorough explanation of administrative hearings gave me the opportunity to understand how administrative procedures are structure. The lengthy explanation provided on administrative hearings added for the case to take an hour to get through. In the second set of observations, Administrative Judge Charles Fitzgerald pointed out while scheduling other hearings that the City has held over 6,000 hearings up to