Articles Tagged with K9

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Allegedly claiming that it was herself, a Sunset, Utah, woman has been accused of providing the identity and birth date of her daughter to the authorities during a traffic stop.

On Saturday, an officer on patrol noticed a BMW without a license plate driving down the road.

When he pulled the driver over and asked for identification, she reportedly said that she didn’t have her license with her at the moment and that the car was uninsured.

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When a woman allegedly began barking in the direction of a police dog that was on duty, and after her identity was discovered she was taken into custody by the officers working at the scene.

A woman who resides in Lafayette, Indiana, had reportedly stepped out of her house on Tuesday and witnessed a traffic stop in progress. A K9 was at the scene and in the process of checking the vehicle that had been pulled over when the woman began to bark at the police dog.

The officers turned to see where the noise was coming from and they believed that the woman resembled a suspect that had more than one active warrant for her arrest.

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One of three people that were allegedly in a car that had been reported as stolen went running into a cow pasture to try to avoid getting into trouble after the authorities caught up with the vehicle.

On Monday, 46-year-old Jennifer Anne Kaufman and 38-year-old Erin Thompson were allegedly the passengers in a stolen SUV driven by 46-year-old Jamie Michael Young.

Officers tried to stop the vehicle when they noticed it fit the description of an automobile that had been reported stolen, but the driver failed to obey and ignored the posted traffic signs. While the police were in pursuit the vehicle was reportedly seen drifting into a ditch on the side of the road where it got stuck and came to a stop.

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When police arrived at a woman’s residence to take her into custody on a warrant for drug charges she allegedly tried to hide from them, and when a K9 officer sniffed her out she reportedly stabbed him under both eyes with a makeup tool.

Officers from the Baytown Police Department went to the trailer where 23-year-old Abigail Martinez resides on the afternoon of July 30 because she had a felony warrant for charges of drug possession.

People were standing outside of the trailer and the officers asked them if they knew where Martinez was. They reported that they believed she was inside the trailer, and when the officers heard noises coming from inside they tried to find out if Martinez was present. They tried to call her outside but they reportedly did not hear any response after several tries so they entered through the unlocked door.

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On July 24, in Pinellas Park, Florida, an expectant father and his pregnant girlfriend reportedly got into an argument that escalated into a battery charge when the man is said to have intentionally lifted the woman and dropped her to the ground.

Just before 3:00 am on Tuesday, 22-year-old Roldan Lazaro Aleman and his girlfriend who is four months pregnant with his child got into a disagreement when Aleman accused the woman of speaking with another man. Their verbal fight allegedly took a different course when Aleman entered the bedroom and picked the woman up in his arms before dropping her to the floor.

When the Pinellas Park police arrived at the residence and assessed the situation they believed that there was reason to place Aleman, who has a tattoo across his chest that reads, “Family Over Everything,” under arrest.

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After the police were notified by a property owner about an abandoned vehicle on their land they discovered that the people allegedly responsible for leaving it there were suspected as being the same people who had escaped the authorities during a vehicle pursuit a few days prior.

When the owner of a piece of property saw an unfamiliar car hidden in an obscure place on the land late in the afternoon on July 13, they called the authorities to report the vehicle.

When officers arrived they saw that the vehicle appeared to be intentionally concealed, and upon identifying it they believed that it was the same car that had been pursued by law enforcement two days earlier in Adams County.

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A news release from the Placer County sheriff’s department stated that on Sunday evening a woman called for assistance reporting that a man had violently assaulted her and threatened to burn down her house. Upon arrival the deputies located the woman and accompanied her to a safe place. 27-year-old Christopher Williams was determined to be the alleged perpetrator, but his whereabouts were not immediately discovered.

The deputies set up a perimeter surrounding the residence and made efforts to get Williams to surrender. When several announcement attempts were met with no response they broke open the door of the home and were unsuccessful at locating Williams inside. A California Highway Patrol aerial search of the property and dwelling using heat imagery also failed to reveal his location. Deputies then sent a sheriff’s K-9 into the crawl space under the house to try to find Williams.

K-9 Officer Eros discovered Williams in the crawl space and proceeded to bite him on the arm in an attempt to subdue him. The sheriff’s office alleged that “Williams then grabbed Eros by the collar, held his face, and lifted him off the ground, choking him.” Deputies were successful in their attempt to get Williams to free Eros, and the dog was treated for minor injuries.

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A 36 year old man named Scott Patrick Cole of Newport Beach was booked into Orange County Jail on the suspicion of battery with serious bodily injury, trespassing, causing harm to an elder/dependent adult, and assault with a deadly weapon.

At around 4:30 p.m. officers got an assault call to the 800 block of West 15th St. After the officers arrived, they had made contact with a man, who fled to a nearby neighbor’s house for safety, said Jennifer Manzella, a Newport Beach police spokeswoman.

The unidentified victim was then taken to a nearby hospital for non-life threatening injuries and was later released. Apparently, the victim and Cole were acquainted, Manzella said. The officers were trying to contact Cole at the residence where the assault had allegedly taken place, but Cole repeatedly refused to come to the front door, said Manzella, adding that Cole seemed extremely agitated and began breaking windows and throwing objects inside the victim’s home.