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1 Bartow Police Department JUNE 2014 Monthly Departmental Activity Reports

2 ALPHA SQUAD Sgt. Paul O Dell No new employees EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS: None SIGNIFICANT ARRESTS: Deon Smith and Steven Staaf, arrested for Possession of Marijuana. Shonita Williamson for Possession of Cocaine and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia CHARLIE SQUAD Sgt. Gerad Hunt No new employees EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS: Officer Michelle Smith completed 16 hours of K-9 Training and 6 hours of Explorer Training. SIGNIFICANT ARRESTS: Katrina Mathews, arrested for Aggravated Battery OTHER SIGNIFICANT INFORMATION: Charlie Squad discovered a Meth lab on East Vine Street during a call. Det. Zawacki was notified and responded to the scene for dismantling of the Meth Lab. One subject was arrested as a result of this effort. Over 28g of liquid methamphetamine was recovered, as well as precursors for the manufacture of additional methamphetamine. BRAVO SQUAD Sgt. J. D. Goff No new employees SIGNIFICANT ARRESTS: No significant arrests OTHER SIGNIFICANT INFORMATION: Sgt. Goff participated in the Police Department Strategic Planning Session DELTA SQUAD Sgt. William Reall No new employees EDUCATION ACHIEVEMENTS: None to report SIGNIFICANT ARRESTS: Lyron Riley arrested for Fleeing to Elude, Carrying a Concealed Firearm, Removing Serial Numbers from Firearm, and Possession of Cannabis. Natalia Brown arrested for Aggravated Assault with a Firearm, and Discharging a Firearm from an Occupied Vehicle. Demarcus Jefferson arrested for Aggravated Assault with a Firearm/Domestic Violence. Firearms were recovered from all three incidents listed above.

3 SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS Sgt. Hiram Saunders School was out June 4th Sgt. Saunders was assigned to C.S.T. to cover personnel on vacation. Officer Greg Rhoden has been assigned to C.S.T. while school is out. Officer Jason Griffith has been assigned to the Detective Bureau for the summer. DETECTIVE BUREAU Det. Eric Sherouse School Resource Officer Jason Griffith has been assigned to the Detective Bureau for the summer months. EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS: Det. Michael Prevatt attended Cell Phone Telephone Forensics Training at PATC in South Florida Det. Sherouse completed online FDLE Training for mandatory retraining. SIGNIFICANT ARRESTS/INVESTIGATIONS: Anthony Grelishaus on charges of Burglary of a Vehicle, and Theft. Kenny Lott for Lewd Battery Malik Wiggins on 2 counts of Lewd/Lascivious Battery. Conducted a surveillance investigation at First United Methodist, which resulted in the youth pastor, Jacob Judson, being charged with 3 counts of Theft. Jorge Miranda on the charges of trafficking narcotics, possession of firearm and ammunition by convicted felon, maintaining vehicle for trafficking narcotics, possession of drug paraphernalia. Detective Zawacki and members of HIDTA were called out reference a methamphetamine lab located at 170 East Vine Street. Six "One pot" methamphetamine labs were located. Suspect Robert Cannaday was charged with trafficking methamphetamine. Detective Zawacki assisted the Bartow Probation regarding a narcotics complaint located at 465 S. 9th Avenue. Brenton Ammons and his wife Holly Prettyman "aka" Holly Ammons were arrested for narcotic charges, along with two other subjects COMMUNITY SERVICE: Detective Prevatt worked with members of Community Southern Bank to establish protocols for a Mock robbery presentation that will be made in the near future. OTHER INFORMATION: Detective Sherouse and Investigator Griffith attended the Strategic planning session for the month of June. Detectives are currently assigned 178 active cases/investigations

4 COMMUNITY SERVICES TEAM (C.S.T.) Submitted by: Cpl. Bryan Dorman Officer Greg Rhoden was assigned to CST for the summer EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS: Ofc. Sudhoff attended a DUI case preparation course at Polk State College. Cpl. Dorman attended the second strategic planning meeting for the Police Department SIGNIFIGANT ARRESTS: Robert Canaday for Violation of Probation. Synopsis: The Defendant was a suspect in the production of methamphetamine. For several weeks, the Community Services Team was monitoring activity at the Defendant s residence due to him purchasing several precursory items to manufacture narcotics from local businesses. During this process, officers responded to his residence for a medical emergency that was called into the police department. During this investigation, a methamphetamine mixing lab was located and the HIDTA (Drug Task Force) team was notified. The Defendant was arrested by CST for Violation of Probation and later charged by HIDTA for the manufacture of methamphetamine. Andreus Woods for Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Sell, Driving while License Suspended and Violation of Probation. Willie Silvers for Possession of Cannabis Kevin Smith for Felony Possession of Cannabis (1/4 pound) COMMUNITY EVENTS: Attended the Citizen on Patrol (COP) meeting on June 9. Attended the EPAC (Eastside Positive Action Committee) meeting on June 10. Attended a Neighborhood Crime Watch meeting hosted by the Serdynski Family on South Kissingen Avenue on June 14. At the meeting CopDots Information was distributed as well as other Promotional items. A CopDots Pen was given away as a door prize. Organized and presented a Neighborhood Crime Watch Program at Peace River Village on June 17. Participated and attended the annual Juneteenth Event held under the bridge at Polk Street on June 22nd. Crime Prevention Information and promotional items were distributed COMMUNITY SERVICE: Focused enforcement and patrol activities in the EPAC area of Bartow. This was accomplished during the day and night time hours. CST conducted traffic enforcement in school zones, East State Road 60 and Ernest Smith Blvd in reference to traffic complaints. A total of 28 citations were written. Assisted the School Resource Officers with extra patrol at Bartow High School to monitor end of school year activities. CST utilized the new speed/message trailer at several key locations to warn motorists of various concerns. The trailer was set up in school zones, and high traffic areas in town. CST continues to present CopDots to citizens as a new crime fighting tool.

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6 JUNE 2014 PROPERTY CRIME ANALYSIS SUMMARY Prepared by: Lyn Bryan, Crime Analyst 29 TOTAL PROPERTY CRIMES/BURGLARIES Residential 45% Vehicular 34% Business 21% 13 Residential Burglaries TIME OF OCCURRANCE ENTRY TYPE Day 23% Forced 77% Evening 31% Unsecured Home 23% Unk 46% 10 Vehicular Burglaries TIME OF OCCURRANCE ENTRY TYPE Day 30 % Forced 0 % Evening 50 % Unsecured 90 % Unk 20 % Unk 10 % 6 Burglaries of a Business, Church Or School TIME OF OCCURRANCE ENTRY TYPE Day 17 % Forced 50 % Night 50 % Unsecured 17 % Unk 33 % Unk 33 %

7 66% Of the Burglaries in June occurred in 5 and 3

8 ARRESTS BY VIOLATION Total AGGRAV ASSAULT - WEAPON - W DEADLY WEAPON WITHOUT INTENT TO KILL 3 AGGRAV BATTERY - COMMIT 2ND DEGREE FELONY W AGG BATT 1 ALTER IDENTIFICATION ON WEAP - REMOVE SERIAL NUMBER FROM FIREARM 1 BATTERY - COMMIT DOMESTIC BATTERY BY STRANGULATION 1 BATTERY - COMMIT FELONY BATTERY 1 BATTERY - TOUCH OR STRIKE 10 BURGL - UNOCCUPIED CONVEYANCE UNARMED 2 CARRYING CONCEALED WEAPON - FIREARM 1 COCAINE-POSSESS - POSSESS COCAINE 1 CONTEMPT OF COURT - VIOL INJUNCTION PROTECTION DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 1 CRASH - LEAVING SCENE WITHOUT GIVING INFORMATION MORE THAN $50 DAMAGE 1 CRIMES AGAINST PERSON - CORRUPT BY THREAT PUBLIC SERVANT OR FAMILY 1 D.U.I. - DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE 1 DAMAGE PROP-CRIM MISCH - OVER 200 DOLS UNDER 1000 DOLS 1 DISTURBING PEACE - BREACH OF THE PEACE 2 DRIVING WHILE LICENSE PERMANENTLY REVOKED 1 DRUG EQUIP-POSSESS - AND OR USE 4 DUI-UNLAW BLD ALCH -.15 OR HIGHER OR WITH PERSON UNDER 18 1ST OFF 1 FAIL OBEY POLICE OFFICER/FLEE 1 FAILURE TO APPEAR - CHILD FAIL TO APPEAR AT COURT HEARING 1 FIRING WEAPON - DISCHARGE FIREARM FROM VEHICLE 1 FRAUD - OBTAIN MERCH MONEY W FALSE RECEIPT 1 FRAUD-IMPERSON - FALSE ID GIVEN TO LEO 2 IN COUNTY WARRANT 8 LARC - PETIT THEFT 1ST DEGREE 100 LESS 300 DOLS 8 LARC - PETIT THEFT 2ND DEGREE 1ST OFFENSE 3 LARC - PETIT THEFT FROM MERCHANT 3RD SUBSQ OFF 1 LEWD LASCV BEHAVIOR - VICTIM AGE 12 TO 16 3 LOITERING - OR PROWLING 1 MARIJUANA POSSESS WITH INTENT TO SELL MFG OR DELIVER SCHEDULE I 1 MARIJUANA-DISTRIB - DELIVER NO MORE THAN 20 GRAMS 1 MARIJUANA-POSSESS - NOT MORE THAN 20 GRAMS 6 MARIJUANA-POSSESS - POSSESS MARIJUANA OVER 20 GRAMS 1 METHAMPHETAMINE-POSSESS - POSSESS METHAMPHETAMINE 2 NO DRIVER LICENSE 2 NONMOVING TRAFFIC VIOL - DRIVE WHILE LIC SUSP 1ST OFF 2 NONMOVING TRAFFIC VIOL - KNOWINGLY DRIVE WHILE LIC SUSPENDED REVOKED 3 NONMOVING TRAFFIC VIOL - OPERATE MOTOR VEHICLE WO VALID LICENSE 3 OPERATING WHILE DL SUSPENDED/CANCELED/REVOKED (SPECIFY REASON) 1 OUT-OF-COUNTY WARRANT - OUT OF COUNTY WARRANT 3 PERSON WILLFULLY REFUSES TO ACCEPT AND SIGN CITATION 1 PROBATION VIOLATION 7 TRESPASSING - PROPERTY NOT STRUCTURE OR CONVEY 1 VEH THEFT - GRAND THEFT OF MOTOR VEHICLE 1 Total Violations 99 Total Arrests 72

9 TYPE OF CALL FOR SERVICE TOTAL ARMED AND/OR USE CAUTION 1 DRUNK DRIVER 8 DRUNK PERSON 1 HIT AND RUN ACCIDENT 6 TRAFFIC ACCIDENT 49 ESCAPED PRISONER 1 MISSING PERSON 17 LOST/STOLEN TAG 1 STOLEN VEHICLE 6 CONDUCT INVESTIGATION 40 TRAFFIC STOP 309 ABANDONED VEHICLE 3 TRAFFIC COMPLAINT 22 SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT 50 SUSPICIOUS PERSON 135 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE 50 INFORMATION 102 SPECIAL DETAIL 28 HIGHWAY OBSTRUCTION 20 CONTACT/PUBLIC SERVICE 11 MENTALLY ILL PERSON 14 BURGLARY OF A BUSINESS 7 BURGLARY OF CONVEYANCE 12 BURGLARY OF A RESIDENCE 16 DISTURBANCE 133 DISTURBANCE DOMESTIC 12 ROBBERY/HOLDUP 3 FIRE 6 BATTERY 16 DOMESTIC BATTERY 10 NARCOTIC VIOLATION 5 TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT 47 HARASSING PHONE CALL 7 ABANDONED PROPERTY 17 THEFT 39 WORTHLESS CHECK 3 INJURED PERSON 14 JUVENILE COMPLAINT 19 SUICIDE/ ATTEMPT/THREAT 4 FIGHT 3 SEXUAL BATTERY 3 AID OTHER AGENCY 49 CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 14 ANIMAL BITE 1 ALARM/FIRE 2 ALARM/ROBBERY/HOLDUP 5 ALARM INTRUSION HOME/BUSINESS 70 DANGEROUS SHOOTING 5 SHOOTING/PERSON 1 FUNERAL ESCORT 7 ANIMAL COMPLAINT 24 OPEN DOOR/WINDOW 4 DISABLED VEHICLE HANGUP 256 Total 1,720

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