The suspect was allegedly seen bagging merchandise without selling it and giving it to a customer. The suspect made arrangements to meet with the customer at a later time to get the merchandise for her own personal use. the suspect did not have the victim’s consent to give away the merchandise.
The suspect was allegedly in possession of the victim’s debit card while he was in jail. During this time, the suspect used the card several times in the amount of $954.06. Post-Miranda, the suspect said the victim did not give her permission to use the card and that she knew what she did was wrong.
The suspect was involved in an accident and allegedly gave the officer the wrong name and a false date of birth. At the city jail, the suspect also provided false information during the booking process..
Upon arrival, the suspect fled on foot and was taken into custody. Nearby witnesses said the suspect threw unknown items, one of which was under the stairs where they were standing. The officer found a .380 handgun, which came back as stolen. Post-Miranda, the suspect said he didn’t have a weapon.
approached her in a threatening manner, which upset him. He jumped on top of her without her consent and punched her repeatedly with a closed fist. Their tenant witnessed the incident, but he refused to be a part of this investigation. The suspect became severely belligerent and uncooperative.
The officer conducted a traffic stop for driving the wrong way on a one-way street. Upon contact, the officer allegedly saw an open Bud Light container that was cold to the touch. With consent to search the vehicle, a small baggie containing a white substance believed to be crack cocaine was found in the sun visor.
protection specialist at Home Depot told the officer that the suspect and his accomplice were lifting items off the sales floor and placing them on their persons. Post- Miranda, the suspect said both of them were with a friend who was there to purchase items.
Upon contact, the suspect allegedly gave the officer a false report of a crime that occurred. While interviewing the suspect, her story changed multiple times. The suspect also called and reported the crime using the 911 emergency system. She was not in immediate danger for expedited assistance of law enforcement.