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Monday, September 17, 2007

2006 NPD Annual Report - 3rd shift anecdotes

3/16/06: Officer Kilby was stationary on Montgomery Rd. at Prentiss running radar in the stationary mode when he observed a vehicle south on Montgomery Rd. at Williams Ave. at a high rate of speed. Radar unit picked the vehicle up 42 mph.

The officer pulled out to stop the vehicle and was following the vehicle south on Montgomery Rd. when he observed the vehicle cross the double yellow line three times. He activated his emergency lights, and it took the vehicle three blocks to pull over…on the Butternut Bakery lot. The driver was found to be operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an alcoholic beverage and/or drug abuse and was taken into custody.

During the search of the vehicle the officer found two loaded magazines in the glove compartment. Officer read the defendant his Miranda Warnings and asked him about a firearm. The defendant stated that he had a weapon in the center console. Recovered from the center console was a Taurus Millenium 9mm automatic. Defendant charged with OVI, Speed, Marked Lanes and Improper Transportation of a Firearm.

5/15/06: Officer Nelson received a radio run in reference to the complainant being sexually assaulted by a neighbor in her apartment building. He interviewed the complainant and initiated an offense report. With the information Officer Nelson received, he took the initiative to respond to the apartment that the suspect was thought to live in. A subject answered the door and Officer Nelson was able to get information from this subject, and he ran the subject through dispatch and found the subject had an open warrant for Failing to Report as a Felon. Officer Nelson took the subject into custody and contacted the Hamilton County Identification Section and had a lineup put together. The victim was able to make identification of the suspect through the lineup and gave a written statement to Officer Nelson. The suspect was held at the Hamilton County Justice Center until Criminal Investigation Section came in to continue the investigation. Officer Nelson’s initiative made the follow up investigation by detectives much easier and immediately took the suspect off the street, which was a big relief to the victim.

6/21/06: Officers received a trouble run at 4571 Smith Road #2 in reference to a shot fired. Sergeant Rankin was the first officer on the scene and complainant pointed to a white SUV that was leaving the scene. Officer followed the vehicle until backup arrived. The vehicle was stopped on Robertson Avenue in Oakley with four occupants. All subjects were taken into custody without incident with a weapon recover.

It was ascertained that the victim was tricked into opening the door by one suspect when another suspect rushed the door with a gun forcing his way into the apartment. The victim and suspect struggled over the gun, and a shot was fired into the hallway door. the victim was struck over the head, receiving minor injuries.

One suspect was charged with Aggravated Robbery and had two warrants out of Shelby County, TN for Aggravated Robbery. The other three suspects were charged with Complicity to Aggravated Robbery. The weapon was a Kel-Tec 9mm semi-auto weapon, which was reported stolen out of Pennsylvania.

6/22/06: There was an All County Broadcast reference on an Aggravated Robbery that occurred at the Shell Station on Madison & Edwards. Officers Manning, Cintron & Price located the vehicle and suspect and placed him in custody before Cincinnati officers arrived on the scene. The suspect was turned over to Cincinnati officers at the scene and was subsequently charged with Aggravated Robbery.

6/26/06: Sgt. Rankin stopped a vehicle for Disregarding a Traffic Control Device-Red Light on the United Dairy Farmers lot a 5023 Montgomery Rd. The suspect was found to under the influence of an alcoholic beverage and/or drug abuse and was taken into custody. While performing an inventory search of the vehicle prior to towing the vehicle, Sgt. Rankin recovered a large piece of rock cocaine under the driver side floor mat. Also recovered was a .357 magnum handgun behind the passenger seat, a scale with cocaine residue, and a box of .357 magnum ammunition. the field test of the cocaine was positive, and it weighed 11.8 grams TPW. The stop resulted in the suspect being charged with three traffic charges, a Felony two Drug Possession, Carrying a Concealed Weapon.


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