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The incident happened on Saturday, and according to reports, 55-year-old Albert A. Alcalde, of Panama City Beach, was working as a security guard at Long Beach Resort.
Alcalde escorted three females, one victim was 18-years of age, and the other two, both 17-years of age, back to their hotel room. The police report said, once the elevator closed, Alcalde stood in front of the control panel so the victim’s could not have access to the buttons, and told the girls they could be evicted from the resort, if they did not reveal their breasts. He then asked if he could touch them.
After holding the victims’ inside the elevator for approximately four minutes, Alcalde took the victims’ to the third floor where he reportedly followed them out and instructed them not to tell their parents.
Alcalde is charged with three counts of false imprisonment and is being held at the Bay County Jail.
Dizdul says Haley drove up to the checkpoint in a Chevy Tahoe with a female passenger. Dizdul says Haley presented a Mexican border crossing card for the woman that actually belonged to her sister. Authorities determined the woman had no legal documents to enter the U.S.
Haley is being held at the San Diego Metropolitan Correction Center as he awaits federal charges.
Officers say that they found Alan Cunningham injured in a rear parking lot at the “Vince’s Other Place” bar on Hamilton Avenue just after midnight Sunday morning. He later died.
Police say 51 year old Keith Carpenter who works as a back-up bouncer at the bar in Mount Healthy has been arrested in the death.
Officers say that they were called to the address on a report of a fight in progress and found found Cunningham unconscious when they arrived.
Police say that the disturbance began inside and that somehow the two men continued to fight into the parking lot.
Authorities have charged Carpenter with involuntary manslaughter and the judge has set his bond at $10,000.
They met with the victim who told them a gunman in a white Dodge Charger had just sped away. Investigators said other witnesses also saw the vehicle and three men in the car.
Deputies had the descriptions and while patrolling in the area of John Young Parkway and North Orange Blossom Trail they spotted a white Charger. The car was at the drive-thru window of a fast food restaurant. Witnesses at the restaurant said deputies waited for the driver to pull away from the window before moving in. Kametric Peterson works at the restaurant and said he saw deputies handcuff all three men in the car.
Peterson said deputies were yelling all while they had their guns trained on the car. Investigators then spent much of the night trying to figure out which of the men pulled the trigger. One of them was later arrested but detectives haven’t released the name of the gunman or the victim. Deputies said he is a security guard who was walking to catch the bus. He was rushed to The Orlando Regional Medical Center where his condition is unknown. Investigators haven’t said why he was targeted only that the shooting doesn’t appear to be related to drugs.
UPDATE Deputies said they made an arrest overnight in a drive-by shooting that left a security guard with multiple gunshot wounds on an Orange County roadway.
Jeff Williamson of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said John Esteban Serna, 30, faces charges of attempted first-degree murder with a firearm. Orange County Jail records show Serna is considered a violent offender.
Deputies said Serna fired several rounds at the victim Monday night from a white Dodge Charger.
Sheriff’s deputies stopped Serna and his two passengers at the drive-thru window of a Wendy’s restaurant not far from the scene of the shooting, records show.
Williamson said he is not sure if the passengers were released without charges.
The victim, whose name was not released, is at Orlando Regional Medical Center. Williamson said he is in “stable, but guarded condition.”
Reports show the victim had been walking in the area of Lee Road and Edgewater Drive around 9 p.m. He was waiting to take a bus to his security job in downtown Orlando when the Dodge Charger pulled up alongside him.
Witnesses said Serna allegedly fired multiple shots at the victim before taking off.
When deputies arrived, they found the victim on the ground. Rescue crews took him to ORMC.
After some time, deputies spotted a vehicle at a Wendy’s drive-thru window off Orange Blossom TraIL and John Young Parkway that matched the description given by witnesses.
Deputies stopped the car and detained Serna and the other occupants before arrest him.
Officials will release more details of the shooting and arrest later today. //
Source:PI Some criminals go for cash, copper wire, electronics, fancy jewelry.
But Jimmie Lane Jr.? Police say his tastes ran more toward boneless beef tenderloin.
Court documents also suggest the 58-year-old is a meathead bandit.
About 8 p.m. March 23, police were called to the QFC in the 400 block of 15th Avenue East where employees said an unknown man was loading boxes of frozen meat into a blue Saturn.
As officers were en route, an employee called back saying store security was struggling with the suspect, later identified as Lane.
Police arrived and found his car backed to the loading dock on the northeast side of the store. The rear hatchback was open. A large box of beef was in the trunk, investigators said.
“Four more boxes of meat were seen sitting on the edge of the loading dock,” Officer Daniel Auderer wrote in his report. “A pair of red bolt cutters was lying on the ground near the vehicle. A few feet from the bolt cutters was a screwdriver with a wooden handle also lying on the ground.”
Court documents say the meat Lane allegedly tried to steal was worth $5,637,54.
A QFC employee first noticed Lane about 7:30 p.m. in the store’s stockroom. He said he was looking for the bathroom.
Police believe at some point, he tried to cut the chain that operated the roll-up door from the loading dock to the stockroom.
That is, security guards told police, until he realized the loading dock door wasn’t locked.
Lane allegedly asked the guard if he was an officer. The man said no, so Lane asked him to help carry boxes, saying he would “cut him in on the deal,” according to investigators.
The man helped in what appeared to be an attempt to gather evidence. After loading beef into the blue Saturn, the security guard told police he showed his badge and identified himself to Lane.
“When I tried to stop him,” the man told police, “he tried to stab me with a screwdriver.”
Lane tried to flee with a box of meat in his trunk, but another security guard opened the passenger side of his Saturn, struggled with Lane and handcuffed him, according to the report.
It was time to stick a fork in him. He was done.
Police said store security video shows Lane going into the back of QFC with bolt cutters after his car was parked by the loading dock. He’s also allegedly shown stealing tenderloin twice from the frozen meat locker.
Prosecutors said he’s a flight risk — Lane has had 104 warrants since 1985.
His history includes convictions for vehicle theft, three burglary cases, three theft cases, possession of stolen property, forgery, DUI and unlawful issuance of bank checks. Lane also has a pending first-degree theft case in King County Superior Court and a third-degree theft case.
While being transported to King County Jail, Lane admitted to stealing the beef, but denied trying to stab the security officer, police said.
In lieu of $101,00 bail, he remains in jail, where staff Capt. Troy Bacon said Lane will receive sack lunches and other meals.
“Inmates are served a variety of food,” he said. “But it won’t be steak, let me tell you that.”
The guards approached a parked pick-up truck shortly after 1 a.m. in the parking lot of the complex located on James H. McGee Blvd. and police said the male driver fled the scene as the guards advanced towards the vehicle. They questioned a female passenger after he ran off but the suspect returned with a gun and opened up fire on the guards striking both.
Both guards, employed by Moonlight Security, were taken to Miami Valley Hospital where one remains in critical condition. The other, who was wearing a protective vest, is in stable condition.
The suspect fled the scene after the shooting and police are looking for a 21-year-old suspect Christopher Brown described as black, 5-foot-8-inches tall, 145 pounds and last seen wearing a light-colored jacket and dark pants.
Police believe the man and woman might have been the same couple involved in another incident about a week ago at the Summit Square apartments in which the woman in that pickup was shot in the arm. That incident is believed to have centered around a drug deal.
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The victims have been identified as 34-year-old Nateesha Ward Chapman, 1-year-old Nakyiah Jael Chapman, and 13-year-old Na’Jhae Parker.
The suspect was identified as 33-year-old Kenneth Jermaine Chapman.
Officers tell NewsChannel 36 that they received a call at about 11:15 p.m. Monday from Nateesha Chapman’s uncle, requesting that they check on her. When officers got to the apartment on Providence Square Drive that she shared with her husband and four children, they found the door open and Kenneth Chapman standing at the top of the stairs inside.
Shortly after they attempted to call him outside, they heard two gunshots. Two young children, who had not been harmed, ran out of the apartment.
According to police, when officers entered the apartment, they found Chapman suffering from a gunshot wound to the head and two girls, Nakyiah and Na’Jhae, who had likely been dead for several days. Chapman died at the scene.
A few hours later, officers found Nateesha Chapman dead in a nearby apartment that she was leasing on Via Romano Drive, police say. Investigators think that she had also been dead for some time.
Police say it appears that Kenneth Chapman killed the two children and his wife. The Mecklenburg County Medical Examiner’s Office will investigate to determine how the woman and two children died.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call 704-432-TIPS.
A former Huntington Beach man has been arrested on suspicion of attacking a friend and security officers at Golden West College.
Carlos Nunez, 48, was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence and battery on a school employee. Nunez is a transient, but his last known address was in Huntington Beach, officials said.
Nunez and an adult female friend, who is also a transient, went to Golden West College to use the pool showers at around 9 p.m. March 19, said Lt. Russell Reinhart.
College security allegedly saw Nunez hit the female and tried to detain him until the police arrived. Nunez pepper-sprayed and struck the security officers to try and get away, Reinhart said.
Huntington Beach police officers arrived and took Nunez into custody. He has an immigration hold placed on him.
A woman was killed in an officer-involved shooting following a police pursuit in Placerville on Sunday.
Placerville Police Department said officers received a call at about 10:12 a.m. of a stolen ambulance from Marshall Hospital on the 1000 block of Marshall Way in Placerville.
An El Dorado County Ambulance M26 was taken from the hospital by a patient, police said.
Three officers engaged the woman, in her 40s, in a short pursuit that ended at the top of a driveway on the 3000 block of Cedar Ravine Road.
There was an officer-involved shooting at the end of the pursuit when police said the woman rammed three police cars prompting officers to fire three to five shots.
The identity of the woman has not yet been released.