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Case Expretation Of The Case Of La Pintoresca Park

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INTRODUCTION: This case involves the suspect attempting to shoot the victim with a loaded firearm. LOCATION DESCRIPTION: This incident occurred near the area of La Pintoresca Park located at 1435 N. Raymond Avenue. EVIDENCE: Item: Description: 1 Razor scooter INVESTIGATION: On 02-09-16 at 1425 hours, Officer Reep #7306 and I monitored the radio traffic from Pasadena Police Dispatch that shots were fired in the area of La Pintoresca Park located at 1435 N. Raymond Avenue. As we were driving towards the location, PPD Dispatch stated that a male Black was seen with a handgun inside of La Pintoresca Park chasing two females with black clothing. PPD Dispatch advised that the male Black was seen running toward Iowa Street from …show more content…

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  • Describes the incident that occurred near the area of la pintoresca park located at 1435 n. raymond avenue.
  • Describes how corporal locklin, officer marin, harrell, and winkler responded to assist. officer reep and i searched washington boulevard and iowa street for victims, witnesses, or suspects.
  • Narrates how mcgriff heard someone whistling at the rear gate of his apartment complex and saw two male blacks standing outside of the fence.
  • Describes mcgriff's description of the first male black as light in complexion with short hair, nfd, and the second male as dark.
  • Narrates how mcgriff heard a gun shot from the rear of his residence. he walked out of the front door to investigate the noise and saw two female blacks in the next door neighbor's rear yard.
  • Describes mcgriff's description of the first female black as dark in complexion, approximately 17 years old with a long greyish weave hairstyle wearing dark clothing, nfd.
  • Narrates how witness felipe martinez-gusman heard one gunshot but did not investigate the incident. torres reportedly saw two male blacks standing near his driveway and a chrome "razor" scooter.
  • Describes the victims as male blacks with dark complexions, approximately 17 years of age, between 5’06” in height and about 150 lbs., nfd.
  • Explains that they checked the following addresses for additional witnesses but met with negative results: 1402 n. raymond avenue and 1421 iowa street (no answer).
  • Explains that officer marin and officer harrell searched the east side of iowa street from mountain boulevard to grandview street for possible evidence and witnesses.
  • Explains corporal locklin and officer winkler searched the east side of raymond avenue from mountain boulevard to grandview street for possible evidence and witnesses.
  • Explains that witness mario galvan was exiting the "los nietos" grocery store when he saw a male black running east through the parking lot and two female blacks running behind him.
  • Explains that galvan described the male black as dark in complexion, approximately 20 years of age, between 6’0” in height and about 180 lbs., with short hair and wearing a dark t-shirt and black or dark blue jeans.

McGriff heard someone whistling at the rear gate of his residence. McGriff looked out the living room window and saw two male Blacks standing outside of the rear fence, located on Iowa Street. The two males told McGriff they were not looking for him as they continued to stand next to the fence. McGriff saw that one of the males was carrying a chrome colored “Razor” scooter. McGriff described the first male Black as light in complexion with short hair, NFD. The second male Black was described as dark in complexion with short hair, NFD. McGriff told me he would not be able to identify the two males if seen again. Approximately four minutes later, McGriff heard one gun shot and believed it can from the rear of his residence. McGriff walked out of the front door of his residence which is located upstairs on the north side of the building, to investigate the noise. McGriff saw two female Blacks in the next door neighbor’s rear yard behind a storage container (1402 N. Raymond Avenue). McGriff asked the two females if they needed assistance. They reportedly told McGriff to be quiet as they continued hiding. McGriff then saw the two females run out of the neighbor’s rear yard, north on Iowa Street and out of …show more content…

Torres told me the camera is not activated. Torres described the victims as male Blacks with dark complexions, approximately 17 years of age, between 5’06” in height and about 150 lbs., NFD. Torres described the suspect as a male Black approximately 17 years of age and casually dressed, NFD. Torres told me he would not be able to identify the above individual’s if seen again. I check of the following addresses for additional witnesses but met with negative results: 1402 N. Raymond Avenue and 1421 Iowa Street (No answer). I was unable to locate any witnesses or additional evidence. Officer Marin and Officer Harrell, searched the east side of Iowa Street from Mountain Boulevard to Grandview Street for possible evidence and witnesses (refer to their add reports for additional information.) Corporal Locklin and Officer Winkler, searched the east side of Raymond Avenue from Mountain Boulevard to Grandview Street for possible evidence and witnesses (refer to their add reports for additional

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