The officers came back to the home later that evening and arrested two individuals. After both individuals were handcuffed and placed in the back of patrol cars, Gant pulled up at the house driving a vehicle. When he stepped out of his car, he was arrested for driving with a suspended license. After Gant was handcuffed and placed in the back of a third patrol car, officers proceeded to search Gant’s car. During their search they found a gun in the car and a bag of cocaine in a jacket pocket laying on the backseat of the car Gant was driving.
United States was about Westover had was arrested by police officers in Kansas City. Westover was a suspect to two Kansas City robberies and was taken to the police station. The FBI was also looking for Westover for a felony charge in California. Westover was interrogated at the police station the night of arrest as well as the next morning by police officers. The FBI agents had decided to continue the interrogation as well at the police station for two and half hours of interrogation by the FBI agents.
The Reasons Behind Police's Inability To Catch Jack The Ripper Jack The Ripper was never caught, and his identity remains a mystery to this day. The police were unable to catch Jack The Ripper and solve the mystery of the Whit Chapel murders because of several reasons. The first reason is the police themselves. In London, there were two police forces. The Metropolitan police and the City Of London police.
Gant returned shortly and was recognized by officers. He parked at the end of the driveway and exited his vehicle and was placed under arrest 10 feet from his car and was placed in the back of the squad car immediately. After Gant was secured, two officers searched his car and found a gun and a bag of cocaine. The issue that this case raises, is whether or not the officers had the right to search the car of a person who they just arrested, while the person is handcuffed and placed in the back of a squad car? The initial rule pertaining to this case, as seen in New York v. Belton, was that once a police officer has mad a lawful custodial arrest of the occu...
After pulling over a young driver for speeding he parked in a lay-by opposite a confectionary shop and began to fill in the necessary paperwork. He called in to head office over his car radio to tell them that he had completed his rounds and was preparing to go home. He looked out of his window and saw a black BMW parked outside the shop. Out of the corner of his eye he saw a dark figure cross in front of his car, He turned suddenly and then realized that he was looking down the barrel of a gun. “We are investigating the murder of Police Constable Mathew Coleman.
Once impounded the San Diego Police policy is to document contents inside the car where they found firearms. They also found a smartphone were they searched it twice without warrants and found pictures of the arrestee posing in front of vehicle that was recently identified in a drive by shooting. From there they ran ballistic analysis on the guns found in his car were they matched gun used in the drive by shooting. The picture was used as evidence to prosecute David Riley (Riley, 2009) The California appeal court upheld the conviction. In Wurie vs. United States, Brima Wurie was arrested on suspicion of selling narcotics from his vehicle; from there police took under custody.
We got out and then he asked me to open my trunk, and then asked a very confusing and ridiculous question at the time, "Do you have a gun or any other weapon in your vehicle?" I almost laughed at him, and then stopped, realizing I did have a pellet gun I accidentally left in my car. How he knew or why he cared I didn’t know, so I said "Yeah I have a b.b. gun under the front passenger seat," as I reached under and grabbed it for him. We then proceeded to his office, where a police officer was waiting for me.
On September 24, 2014, at 10:00pm Jermaine Carby was sitting in the passenger seat of his friend’s car while out for a drive. They were pulled over for a traffic stop in Brampton by a Peel police officer. This police officer went around to the passenger’s side and asked Carby for his identity so he could card him. When conducting this street check the officer discovered the Vancouver had a warrant for his arrest. Allegedly, this is when Carby started threatening officers with a large knife.
While filling out the report for him we get a call about a kid who was struck at a bar by another man. We asked if he wanted to press charges and he replied with a yes. We went to his house and found out it was a twenty-five year-old who was majoring to be a lawyer. The officer I was with that night knew this kid and thought very low of him because of past incidents. Come to find out the twenty-nine year old we had in custody was the one that had assaulted him earlier in the bar.