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Panama City Police Reports May 29 – May 30

PCPD 12-06890
12-06890 5/29/2012 7:29:31AM
WILLIAMS AVE & E 5TH ST Traffic Offense
ON 05-29-2012 AT APPROXIMATELY 07:29AM, WHILE ON PATROL ON BUSINESS 98 I OBSERVED
A RED PONTIAC WITH THE DRIVER NOT WEARING A SEAT BELT TRAVELING WEST. I
CONDUCTED A TRAFFIC STOP ON THE VEHICLE AT BUSINESS 98 AND WILLIAMS AVE, WHERE I
MADE CONTACT WITH MICHAEL BRITT, THE DRIVER AND SOLE OCCUPANT OF THE VEHICLE.
BRITT STATED HE DOES NOT HAVE A DRIVERS LICENSE BECAUSE IT IS SUSPENDED. A
SEARCH OF FCIC/NCIC REVEALED BRITT HAS MULTIPLE SUSPENSIONS ON HIS DRIVERS
LICENSE, WHICH WAS CONFIRMED THROUGH TELETYPE. I ISSUED BRITT A CRIMINAL TRAFFIC
CITATION (CITATION # 4927WLX) FOR DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED BUT RELEASED
HIM ON A NOTICE TO APPEAR, WHICH HE SIGNED AND STATED HE UNDERSTOOD. I GAVE
BRITT A WRITTEN WARNING FOR NOT WEARING A SEAT BELT. BRITT SIGNED A TOW WAIVER
WISHING TO LEAVE THE VEHICLE ON SCENE. OFC. K. DOHENY #610

PCPD 12-06892
12-06892 5/29/2012 8:41:40AM
W 15TH ST & JENKS AVE; GREASE PRO COUNTERFEIT
Ofc. Hildebrandt 2805
I was approached by the complainant who was reporting a possible counterfeit $20 bill. The employee
advised the bill was in a stack of $20 bills they had received from a customer who paid his bill last
Thursday. The customer paid with 2-$100, a stack of $20’s and a couple of $5’s and $1’s. The employee
gave me the information they had on him, I added that to the report. I examined the bill and it showed
several clear indicators it is a fake bill. I collected the bill and placed it into evidence. A check on the serial
number-jj21359783a revealed it has been recently reported twice before as being used(see cases 12-
06402 and 12-06477) for further. The case was turned over to investigations.

PCPD 12-06893
12-06893 5/29/2012 8:46:10AM
700 BLK BEACH DR LARCENY
ON 05/29/12, THE COMPLAINANT REPORTED A THEFT. THE COMPLAINANT STATED THAT WHILE
ON THE BEACH AREA IN THE 700 BLOCK OF BEACH DRIVE, AN UNKNOWN PERSON STOLE HER
CHANGE BAG. THE BAG CONTAINED HER FLORIDA ID AND ABOUT $5.00. THERE ARE NO
SUSPECTS IN THIS CASE. NOTHING FURTHER. HICKS #1204

PCPD 12-06895
12-06895 5/29/2012 9:52:26AM
511 E 23RD ST; SUNCOAST DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING Traffic Offense
I conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle due to expired registration . Prior to the stop I observed that the
tag which expired in 11/11 had a 11/12 sticker on it. The Driver advised it was her mother’s vehicle and
she could not produce the registration or insurance for the vehicle. Closer inspection of the tag revealed
an unknown person cut out a number 2 and placed it over the old tag sticker with Scotch tape making it
appear 11/12. I seized the altered tag as evidence and explained the numerous issues to the Driver. She
was warned about driving the vehicle and the potential of arrest if caught. The tag was placed into
evidence to be returned to the DHSMV. No further. Moore #1903

PCPD 12-06896
12-06896 5/29/2012 9:52:50AM
W 15TH ST & LISENBY AVE Traffic Offense
I STOPPED A VEHICLE FOR A SEAT BELT VIOLATION. A CHECK OF THE DRIVER’S INFORMATION
REVEALED HER LICENSE WAS SUSPENDED. SHE WAS ISSUED A NOTICE TO APPEAR. PER HER
REQUEST, THE VEHICLE WAS SECURED THEN LEFT ON SCENE AND A TOW WAIVER WAS
SIGNED. NO FURTHER. CPL.STREICHERT #405

PCPD 12-06899
12-06899 5/29/2012 10:30:50AM
1802 FLOWER AVE; PANA VILLA APTS TRESPASSER
While on patrol in Pana Villa Apts, I was speaking with the Manager who observed Mr. Jones walking
through the complex. She requested that I trespass Mr. Jones due to ongoing illegal activity within the
complex. I made contact with Mr. Jones who advised me that he was visiting Shelly Peoples. I advised
him that he was trespassed and that he was not allowed to enter the property regardless of who invites
him there. Mr. Jones stated that he couldn’t wait to run into the manager outside of the complex. I advised
him that initiating any kind of contact with the manager could be considered retaliation and could result in
his arrest. Mr. Jones stated he understood. No further. Moore #1903

PCPD 12-06901
12-06901 5/29/2012 10:55:01AM
2901 W HIGHWAY 98; grocery outlet SHOPLIFTER
On 05/29/2012 I responded to 2901 West Hwy 98 (Grocery Outlet) in reference to a white female in
custody who stole a gallon of milk and ibuprofen. Upon arrival, I made contact with the manager, Terry
Burns, who stated that the female suspect was in the break room and that she had a baby with her and
did not want her to go to jail, but wanted to press charges. I spoke with a witness, who is an employee of
the store, Debra Bonewit, who saw the female approach the counter to buy a pack of cigarettes and did
not have enough money, so she gave her the rest of the money she owed. Ms. Bonewit then saw her put
a bottle of pills, which were later identified as Ibuprofen, on the bottom of her baby’s stroller, and as she
began walking out of the store, Ms. Bonewit also noticed a gallon of milk in the same spot. The female
walked out of the store without attempting to pay. Ms. Bonewit and another employee, Joshua Wallace,
followed her out of the store and confronted her. Mr. Wallace asked if she had paid for the items and she
said no. The total value of the two items were $5.90. The manager also requested that the female, who
identified herself as Kristin Johnson, be trespassed from the property. As I was completing the trespass
form in the break room, with Mr. Burns present, Ms. Johnson began spontaneously uttering to Mr. Burns,
“I’m very sorry sir, I never meant to hurt anyone, I just wanted milk for my baby.” I explained the trespass
warning to Ms. Johnson and she stated she understood. I released Ms. Johnson with a notice to appear
for the offense of petit theft with a court date of June 18, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. The items taken were given to
Ms. Johnson when Ms. Bonewit paid for them for her. Nothing further. Ofc. McLaughlin #510

PCPD 12-06903
12-06903 5/29/2012 11:16:47AM
801 E 14TH ST; MASSALINA HOUSING AUTH Disturbance
Ofc. Hildebrandt 2805
I was contacted by the complainant, the manager, who requested to have a report to document a
disturbance that had occurred and continues to occur every Friday evening. The complainant advised one
of her tenants, Stacy Green advised her that a large group of juveniles come over from the rec. center to
the complex. They hang out, jump on cars, start fights and disrupt the public. Miss Green advised the
manager she was struck in the face by kids in the group. Officers responded on 05/04/12, in reference to
that(cad call 238516), however a report was not generated that night for unknown reasons. The manager
requested a report be done to document the disturbance that had occurred on the complex grounds. Also
the complex was placed on extra patrol for the next few weeks.

PCPD 12-06904
12-06904 5/29/2012 11:48:01AM
618 COLLEGE AVE BURGLARY Gray L
On May 29, 2012 I arrived at 618 College Avenue. Upon my arrival I made contact with the complainant
Floyd Coleman Jr who stated his house had been broken into. The complainant stated he left his house
going to work approximately 8:30 AM and his wife had left a few minutes before him. Coleman stated he
passed by his house approximately 11:30 AM and noticed the side door to his house was open. Coleman
stated he entered into the house through the front door and noticed the electricity was not working.
Coleman stated he noticed from the side door that the electricity breaker box had been tampered with
and the breakers to the house had been turned off. Coleman also stated he noticed the door to the
master bedroom had been kicked in and was damaged. The complainant stated his house had been
rummaged through in various places. Coleman also stated that his black Jimenez Arms 25 caliber hand
gun unknown serial number was missing from his dresser drawer and his XBOX 360 and Playstation 3
with 2 controllers unknown serial numbers was missing also. Coleman stated a yellow gold wedding band
with 3 small diamonds had been taken also. Crime Scene Investigator Choate arrived and processed the
scene. The firearm will be entered in NCIC FCIC as stolen. This case is pending investigation. Ofc. L.
Gray 2710

PCPD 12-06907
12-06907 5/29/2012 1:20:36PM
201 E 6TH ST; NEW SUBSTATION Police Misc. Thomasee D
Panama City Police Department
Investigation Narrative
On 5/29/12 two people came the downtown substation to apply for the Safe Streets Program. Both people
were looking for assistance in getting back to Nashville, TN. After completing the check list for the
program, it was determined that the male applicant did not qualify due to being a convicted felon. Since
he did not qualify, the female did not wish to continue the application process. Nothing further. -Ofc. David
A. Thomasee #305 Squad C-2

PCPD 12-06908
12-06908 5/29/2012 10:47:01AM
2718 E 8TH PLZ Police Misc.
On May 29, 2012 I arrived at 2718 E. 8th Plaza. Upon arrival I made contact with Sheena Barron the
owner/landlord of the property, Sheila Barron the co-owner was also present. Sheena Barron stated he
ex-tenant Patsy Petty had been evicted on Saturday May 26, 2012 at approximately 12:00 noon. Barron
stated the house was a mess and smelled really bad. Sheena Barron also stated she had arrived at the
house shortly after Petty had left and remained at the house until approximately 11:30 PM Saturday night
and when she left the house was properly secured by herself. Sheena stated she arrived back at the
house located at 2718 E. 8th Plaza at approximately 11:30 AM Sunday morning for house maintenance
and the house was secured upon her arrival. Sheena stated her and her mother arrived back at the
residence Monday May 29, 2012 and upon their arrival Barron stated she smelled the odor of natural gas
and Sheena stated she believed the ex tenant Petty had intentionally left the gas burners to the stove on.
Corp. Stafford arrived on scene and came through the back door of the house and through to the front
porch. Sheena and Sheila repeated to Corp. Stafford what they believed to have happened. Corp.
Stafford attempted to explain to Sheena and Sheila Barron that their was no evidence oe indication that
Petty had committed this act. Barron was upset and was very adamant that Petty intentionally left the gas
on and destroyed her house after she started the eviction process. I explained to Sheena that this issue is
a landlord tenant issue and she must handle it through the courts. Sheena and Sheila both questioned
what kind of proof was needed and Petty was the last one at the residence, even though their repeated
statements contradicted this, and no one else had access to the property. Corp. Stafford and myself
explained to Sheena and Sheila that I would do a report on the incident and she could get a copy for her
records and Sheena stated she didn’t need a report and she would call Investigator Johnson, he knew
what was going on. I explained once again that I would gladly do a report and Sheena stated again she
didn’t need a report. Corp. Stafford and myself left the residence. I was advised to return to the residence
and gather the information needed for a incident report. Upon my arrival both Sheena and Sheila were at
the residence and I advised them that I needed to get their information to do a report and they could
obtain a copy at the Panama City Police Department. Sheila Barron asked who was the officer who came
through the back door? I advised her that it was Corp. Stafford, Sheila stated that she didn’t believe it was
right for him to just walk through her house like that. Sheena was stated that I needed to talk to
Investigator Johnson and ask him about the gas smell. I asked her what Investigator Johnson had told
her and she stated he said he didn’t smell the gas odor either. I explained to both Sheena and Sheila that
I was going to do a report and Sheena stated again that she did not need a report. No further. Ofc. L.
Gray 2710

PCPD 12-06909
12-06909 5/29/2012 1:59:44PM
3001 W 10TH ST; HARBOUR VILLAGE LARCENY
ON 05/29/12, THE COMPLAINANT REPORTED A THEFT. THE COMPLAINANT
INFORMED ME THAT ON 05/24/12, SHE HAD LEFT HER WATCH AT THE ABOVE
LOCATION IN THE GYM WHILE SHE WAS WORKING OUT. WHEN SHE RETURNED
TO RETRIEVE IT, THE WATCH WAS GONE. THE GYM IS SECURED AND CAN NOT
BE ENTERED UNLESS YOU HAVE THE PROPER ACCESS. THE VALUE OF THE
WATCH IS $3000.00. THE WATCH WAS ENTERED INTO NCIC/FCIC AS STOLEN.
NOTHING FURTHER. HICKS #1204

PCPD 12-06910
12-06910 5/29/2012 1:31:58PM
1004 OXFORD RD BURGLARY
I made contact with the victim at 1004 Oxford Road in reference to an attempted burglary. The unknown
subject(s) entered into the back yard. The subject(s) then used an unknown object to break the glass
window panel off the exterior door. Entry was not made into the residence because the victim has to large
dogs inside the residence. The suspect(s) then entered into a silver in color two door vehicle and fled the
scene. The across the street neighbor observed the vehicle leave but was unable to obtain any additional
information to help further this investigation. The area was processed and nothing of evidentiary value
was located. This case is being forwarded to Criminal Investigation Section for further investigation.
Officer Brian Raffield #90 B-2

PCPD 12-06911
12-06911 5/29/2012 2:23:50PM
1600 BLK W 15TH ST Threatening
ON 05/29/12, THE COMPLAINANT REPORTED RECEIVING THREATS. THE COMPLAINANT STATED
THAT HER BROTHER CALLED HER MOTHER’S PHONE AND BEGAN YELLING AT HER MOTHER.
THE COMPLAINANT TOOK THE PHONE AND THE SUSPECT BEGAN YELLING AT HER. WHILE HE
WAS YELLING THE SUSPECT TOLD THE VICTIM HE WAS GOING TO KILL HER. THE
COMPLAINANT ADVISED ME THAT HE HAD DONE THE SAME ABOUT A YEAR AGO. THE
SUSPECT DOES NOT KNOW WERE THE COMPLAINANT LIVES NOR DOES HE HAVE HER PHONE
NUMBER. AT THIS TIME THERE IS NOT ABILITY OR ACTION ON THE PART OF THE SUSPECT TO
ALLOW TO PURSUE CHARGES. NOTHING FURTHER. HICKS #1204

PCPD 12-06912
12-06912 5/29/2012 2:30:38PM
133 HARRISON AVE LARCENY
On May 29th 2012, BCSO Deputy O’Brien contacted me and advised me of a retail theft case that he had
been working. Deputy O’Brien advised me that Daniel Johnston, the owner of Relief Skate Supply, had
reported a retail theft and provided video surveillance of the suspect. Deputy O’Brien gave the CD of the
video surveillance to me and I placed it into evidence. I made contact with Daniel Johnston who advised
me that on May 5th 2012 at approximately 1730 hours, he was standing outside of his business when he
was approached by a white male that he knew as Kyle Johnson. Kyle started a small conversation him
and stated that he was there to buy a shirt from his store. Daniel asked Kyle where he was living and Kyle
stated that he was currently living at the Panama City Rescue Mission. Daniel then told Kyle he had to
leave and got into his vehicle and drove away. Kyle then entered the Relief Skate Supply and proceeded
to look around. There was only one employee working while Kyle was in the store. The store’s camera
system recorded Kyle approach a table, grab a shirt and conceal it on his person. Kyle then goes straight
to the front exit door and leaves. Kyle made no attempt to pay for the concealed merchandise. When
Daniel (owner of the store) returned, he asked his employee if Kyle had bought anything. The employee
stated that Kyle did not make a purchase. Daniel then reviewed the surveillance footage and confirmed
that Kyle had stolen merchandise from his business. Daniel stated that a few years ago he caught Kyle
stealing from his previous store, but Daniel dropped the charges. Based on Daniel Johnston’s statement,
personal knowledge of the suspect and video surveillance, I believe there is probable cause that Kyle
Johnson committed theft. Kyle Johnson has two prior arrests for retail theft; however, one conviction was
withheld and the other charge was dropped. A complaint affidavit was forwarded to the Bay County
Courthouse. Moore #1903

PCPD 12-06914
12-06914 5/29/2012 3:27:48PM
2298 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR BLVD; DILLARDS PANAMA CITY MALL STOLEN VEHICLE
On May 29th, 2012, at approximately 1525 hours, I responded to the above location in referenced to a
stolen vehicle complaint. Upon my arrival, I met with the victim and he stated following. He left his vehicle
outside the above location, for approximately 30 minutes, with the keys in the ignition and running. The
victim indicated that when he returned to his vehicle after shopping, he observed his vehicle to be
missing. He then stated, he spoke to a unidentified passerby, who claimed a black male subject got in his
vehicle and left the scene. The victim completed a affidavit of prosecution and advised me that he would
contact this agency when he acquires more details on his vehicle. The vehicle was entered into
FCIC/NCIC as stolen. Update. It should be noted that another officer of the above agency attempted to
stop the vehicle in this case at later time on the above date. The operator of the above vehicle, later
determined to be the suspect in this case fled the scene of crash. I was able to apprehend the suspect
where he was placed under arrest. The suspect was placed into handcuffs using the double locking
method and transported to this agencies department for further questioning by investigations. Nothing
further. Ofc. J. Constantino #511 B-3
PCPD 12-06915
12-06915 5/29/2012 4:36:57PM
650 W 23RD ST; PUBLIX SUPERMARKET 23RD STREET BURGLARY
On May 29, 2012, I received a call from the victim advising her vehicle was broken into on May 3, 2012,
while parked at the Publix on West 23rd Street. She advised that her daughter was driving the listed
vehicle and parked it in the Publix’s parking lot to meet friends. Sometime between approximately 2200
hours and 2300 hours someone forcibly entered the vehicle and stole the listed property. The victim’s
daughter returned to vehicle and drove home. The victim decided not to file a report at that time.
However, she later received a phone call from her Doctor stating that someone was trying to get her
prescriptions filled at the Lynn Haven Wal-Mart store. She had an almost empty bottle of Loratab and
Diazem in a purse that was stolen from the car, as well as all the other listed property.

PCPD 12-06918
12-06918 5/29/2012 5:08:34PM
W 13TH ST & BAYVIEW AVE DISCHARGE WEAP
I CANVASSED THE AREA FOR ANY SUSPICIOUS PEOPLE OR ACTIVITY, WITH NEGATIVE
RESULTS ON BOTH. THERE WERE NO COMPLAINANTS TO MAKE CONTACT WITH TO
DETERMINE THE EXACT LOCATION FROM WHERE THE GUNSHOTS WERE ALLEGEDLY HEARD.
NOTHING FURTHER AT THIS TIME. K.HAMMOND 1510

PCPD 12-06919
12-06919 5/29/2012 4:41:00PM
1301 BECK AVE; st andrews bay harbour STOLEN VEHICLE
case number assigned in error

PCPD 12-06923
12-06923 5/29/2012 5:47:05PM
2724 OAK HAMMOCK DR DEFRAUD
I responded to the above call at the station in reference possible credit card fraud. Upon my arrival, I
made contact with the victim. The victim stated she noticed a $35 charge on her Tyndall debit card that
was not authorized on 5/28/12. She stated she spoke with the bank and had the card cancelled. She
stated that the charge was purchased online via Victoria Secret . She stated she contacted the store and
they would not release any information. She stated that the store did confirm the shipping address for the
item was not the victim’s. I contacted the store and they stated that in order to release information they
needed a faxed request on department letterhead. She stated she was going to call the bank and store
back to notify them she filed a police report. At this time, there is no known information about suspect. Ofc
Dorris 710

PCPD 12-06924
12-06924 5/29/2012 6:02:00PM
2610 HIGHWAY 77; Kohls LARCENY
On 05/29/2012 I received information that the listed suspect was currently at the Panama City Rescue
Mission. During a bolo of the area the subject was located and transported to the Panama City Police
Dept for interview. The subject initially agreed to talk but later declared he needed a lawyer. The interview
was stopped and the subject was transported to the Bay County Jail for booking on Grand Theft and
Fraudulent Returns x7. See case file for further. Det. Raymond Perkins 1608

PCPD 12-06925
12-06925 5/29/2012 6:03:57PM
1209 E 15TH ST; PANAMA CITY POLICE STATION PCP; PCPD Police Misc.
A complaint was received and an investigation was initiated . McAlinden #2704

PCPD 12-06930
12-06930 5/29/2012 6:54:16PM
LUVERNE AVE & E OAK AVE; CARAL MCAULEY’S OFFICE WANTED PERSON
I responded to the above address in reference a possible verbal dispute. Upon my arrival, I made contact
with both parties. Mr Murfee was working security at the address while a local church provided dinner to
the homeless. Mr Kearns was a homeless individual asked to leave the property once the dinner was
over. Mr Murfee stated he asked Mr Kearns to leave several times and he would not leave the property,
as the dinner was now over. While checking both individual’s, Mr Murfee had a confirmed warrant. Mr
Murfee was transported to the Bay County Jail in reference the warrant. Mr Murfee had an outstanding
warrant for an unexecuted summons. Mr Kearns was advised to leave the property. Ofc Dorris 710

PCPD 12-06933
12-06933 5/29/2012 8:17:27PM
11TH ST & HELEN Drugs
While at the intersection of 10th St & East Ave with Inv Mcalinden, Inv Patterson, and Inv Space we
observed that the passenger of the Toyota truck in front of us was not wearing her seat belt. Due to traffic
conditions we were unable to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle until reaching the intersection of 11th St
& Helen Ave. During the traffic stop the driver identified himself as Ronald Smith, and the passenger as
Kayleigh Melson. Inv Mcalinden asked Smith for consent to search his person and vehicle, and during a
search of the vehicle 2 bags of marijuana and a package of rolling papers were located. The marijuana
and rolling papers were concealed beneath a layer of fabric along the headliner of the car, within reach of
both occupants of the vehicle. After being shown the items, Smith stated “yea the smaller one is mine”.
Both subjects were transported to the jail without incident. Professional towing removed the vehicle from
the right of way. Inv Nichol 607

PCPD 12-06939
12-06939 5/30/2012 12:20:13AM
2007 E 8TH ST DISCHARGE WEAP
UPON ARRIVAL TO THE ABOVE LIST ADDRESS I MADE CONTACT WITH THE COMPLAINANT AND
WITNESSES 1 & 2 WHO ADVISED AT APPROXIMATELY 12:00AM SEVERAL SHOTS WERE FIRED
TOWARDS THEIR GENERAL DIRECTION. THE COMPLAINANT STATES SHE HEARD WHAT SHE
THOUGHT WAS METAL BEING STRUCK AS SHE WAS ATTEMPTING TO CONCEAL HERSELF
BEHIND A STUCCO WALL. BOTH WITNESS 1 & 2 STATE THEY RAN AWAY FROM WHERE THEY
THOUGHT THE GUN SHOT SOUNDS WERE COMING FROM. THE COMPLAINANT STATES JUST
PRIOR TO THE SHOT BEING FIRED SHE OBSERVED A BLUE OR BLACK OLDER MODEL MONTE
CARLO LEAVING THE ALLEY WHERE SHE BELIEVED THE SHOTS WHERE FIRED FROM.
WITNESSES 1 AND 2 COULD NOT PROVIDE ANY FURTHER DETAILS PERTAINING TO THE CASE.
A SEARCH OF THE AREA WAS CONDUCTED AND AS A RESULT A BULLET HOLE WAS LOCATED
IN THE TAIL GATE OF A GMC PICKUP TRUCK BELONGING TO THE COMPLAINANT. I CONTACTED
MY SUPERVISOR WHO CONTACTED THE ON CALL INVESTIGATOR AND CRIME SCENE TO
PROCESS THE SCENE. ALSO DISCOVERED WERE SEVERAL .380 SHELL CASING THAT WAS
COLLECTED BY CRIME SCENE. -0FC. E. ABRAHAM #1111 SQUAD B-1

PCPD 12-06941
12-06941 5/30/2012 1:53:02AM
626 E 7TH CT Drugs
I WAS DISPATCHED TO THE AREA OF 7TH STREET AND HAMILTON AVE. IN REFERENCE TO A
POSSIBLE SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE. UPON ARRIVAL IN THE AREA I NOTICED A GRAY PICKUP
TRUCK MATCHING THE DESCRIPTION PROVIDED BY DISPATCH LEAVING THE AREA. THE
VEHICLE APPEARED TO OCCUPIED BY TWO WHITE MALES BUT AFTER MAKING CONTACT WITH
THE DRIVER I NOTICED THE PASSENGER WAS A LIGHT SKINNED BLACK MALE LATER
IDENTIFIED AS MR. SHERMAN WILLIAM GRAVES. I COLLECTED THE DRIVER INFORMATION AND
WAS ADVISED HIS N.C. DRIVERS LICENSE WAS SUSPENDED FOR UNDISCLOSED REASONS. I
DETAINED THE DRIVER AND ASKED THE PASSENGER TO EXIT THE VEHICLE. I NOTICED AS HE
WAS EXITING THE PICK UP TRUCK AN OFF WHITE SUBSTANCE ON THE PASSENGER SIDE
FLOOR BOARD. THE PASSENGER WAS ALSO DETAINED AND THE SUBSTANCE WAS FIELD
TESTED WHICH LATER YIELDED A POSITIVE RESULT FOR COCAINE. THE PASSENGER WAS
THEN PLACED UNDER LAWFUL ARREST AND TRANSPORTED TO THE BAY COUNTY JAIL. THE
DRIVER WAS CITED FOR DWLSR WITHOUT KNOWLEDGE AND RELEASED ON SCENE. SEE CASE
FILE FOR FURTHER. -OFC. E. ABRAHAM #1111 SQUAD B-1

PCPD 12-06942
12-06942 5/30/2012 5:33:36AM
1205 CHERRY ST DISCHARGE WEAP
UPON ARRIVAL TO THE ABOVE LISTED AREA I MADE CONTACT WITH THE COMPLAINANT WHO
REQUESTED TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS. THE COMPLAINANT STATES SHE THOUGHT SHE HEARD
FOUR DISTINCT GUN SHOTS BUT LATER STATED, THE P.A. SYSTEM AT THE SCHOOL HAS BEEN
MALFUNCTIONING AND HAS BEEN MAKING STRANGE SOUNDS. MYSELF AND OTHER OFFICERS
PATROLLED THE AREA AND DID NOT NOTICE ANYTHING ABNORMAL. I ALSO WALKED THE
OUTSIDE SCHOOL GROUNDS AND DID NOT LOCATE ANY SHELL CASINGS OR PERSONS ON
THE PROPERTY. THE AREA WAS PLACED ON EXTRA PATROL FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE
SHIFT. -OFC. E. ABRAHAM #1111 SQUAD B-1




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