FEBRUARY 15 2012
NASHVILLE TN. Metro Nashville and Vanderbilt University police officers were on high alert over the week-end as they searched for a man who had raped a woman in a parking garage at the university and was accused of sexually attacking several other women near the campus.
On Sunday, Metro police say that a Centennial Memorial Hospital security officer spotted the wanted man, Tyrone Batts, 25, on foot on Leslie Avenue and took him into custody.
Police have charged Batts with two counts of rape, attempted rape and robbery involving a number of incidents.
At the time of his arrest, Batts was on $50,000 bond for aggravated robbery and felon in possession of a weapon charges. He was also convicted of indecent exposure in July 2011, and was sentenced to three years for cocaine possession in 2008.
Police said that the alert security officer probably prevented other violent crimes from happening.
MONTGOMERY, AL - Montgomery police have arrested two men for a shooting and are continuing their investigating of the shooting at Eastdale Mall.
The victim, an unidentified adult male, was shot multiple times, according to police on the scene. The victim was rushed to Baptist South Medical Center for surgery. He is listed in critical but stable condition.
The shooting occurred at 3:20pm in the Sears parking lot closest to the Belk department store. The suspects were seen fleeing in the direction of the Max Credit Union.
Mall security responded and followed two suspects, according to police. Alabama State Troopers also put a helicopter in the air to assist in the search.
Montgomery police were alerted by security that the suspects had abandoned their car and were running on foot and near-by officers pursued the two suspects.
Officers took the unidentified individuals into custody a short time later.
Authorities say this was not a random act of violence. The victim was targeted and there were no other individuals harmed in the incident. There’s no other information available at the moment.
Police say that it was because of the mall security officer’s efforts to tail the men that police were able to make a quick arrest.
SOMERVILLE NJ- Quick thinking by a security guard saved a 57-year-old woman from a carjacking early Saturday morning. According to Somerset County Prosecutor Geoffrey D. Soriano and Somerville Borough Chief of Police Dennis Manning, Raymond K. Kaeser III, 20, of Highland Road in the Colonia section of Woodbridge was arrested in connection with the incident.
Soriano said that at 4:05 a.m., the female victim was sitting in her parked vehicle in Somerset Medical Center’s parking deck when Kaeser entered her vehicle by smashing the rear passenger window with his fist. According to the prosecutor, once inside the victim’s vehicle, he ordered her to drive out of the deck. When she refused, Soriano said, the defendant threatened to kill her.
As the victim began to drive toward the parking deck exit, she flagged down a hospital security guard, Soriano said. Seeing that the victim alerted the guard, Kaiser pushed the victim’s right leg down on the gas pedal in an attempt to get her to continue driving. The security guard intervened and notified the Somerville Police Department, the prosecutor said.
Somerville police responded and arrested Kaeser without incident.
Kaeser was charged with carjacking, first degree, and was sent to the Somerset County Jail. Bail was set by Judge Margaret Goodzeit at $100,000, cash only.
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Carolyn Macleod, 61, was last seen on Wednesday, February 8, 2012, at 10 a.m., in The Queensway/Parkside Drive area.
She is described as white, 5'7', 200 lbs., with long straight blond hair.
Police are concerned for her safety.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-5100, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637), or Leave A Tip on Facebook.
It is alleged that:
- between November 2011 and December 2011, the accused walked into five separate banks in Toronto and one in York Region
- the man demanded money from the tellers
- the man fled the scene with a quantity of money
On Friday, February 10, 2012, officers from the Fugitive Squad arrested Reid William Parris, 43, of no fixed address. He has been charged with:
1) five counts of robbery
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7350, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637), or Leave A Tip on Facebook.
NEW YORK CITY NY
A security officer stabbed during a fight at an eastside nightclub has succumbed to his injuries.
NYPD said that there was a fight on the dance floor which security broke up and escorted
one of the men to the street where he stabbed the security officer.
Police have the suspect in custody.
The security officer is identified as a 22 year old man.
COURT SECURITY SHOOT-KILL ARMED MAN
MIDDLETOWN, N.Y.- A man killed in a gunfight with security officers at a courthouse Wednesday was convicted a week ago of menacing the city mayor’s daughter and was angry at the mayor, according to authorities and court documents.
Timothy Mulqueen, of Middletown, opened fire with a 12-gauge shotgun in the lobby of his hometown courthouse at about 9 a.m. Officers returned fired as people in the building dove under desks and scrambled for the rear door, authorities said.
“He had more rounds for the shotgun and had he made it past the officers, who knows what mayhem might have ensued,” said David Bookstaver, spokesman for the state office in charge of New York’s local court system. “It appears at this point that the officers may have saved countless lives.”
The 43-year-old Mulqueen died at a hospital. One of the officers suffered a graze wound to the arm, and two others were treated for shock.
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BUCHANAN NY – An Indian Point security guard died while on duty at the nuclear plant about 5 p.m. Sunday.
The cause of death was not available from the Westchester County Medical Examiner on Monday, but company officials said it appeared Kip Lorenzen died of natural causes. He was 50 and lived in Middletown.
A report to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission noted that Lorenzen was found unresponsive at the north end of the turbine building at Indian Point 2 by a fellow security officer. After attempts to revive Lorenzen, he was transported by ambulance to Hudson Valley Hospital Center, where he was pronounced dead. The NRC report said the guard’s security equipment was properly secured and all procedures properly followed. It said the incident had no effect on the operation of the nuclear power plant.
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It is reported that:
- at noon, a nine-year-old girl was standing outside her school, getting ready to go home for lunch
- while she was getting ready to go home, a man approached the girl and asked her if she would like a ride home
- he also promised her a treat
- the young girl refused the ride and left the area unharmed
The man is described as white, 40-50, 56-59, medium build, brown/grey hair with either a scar or mark near his left eye. He was last seen wearing a dark-brown jacket, a blue/grey sweater, brown work pants and brown shoes.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-1400, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637), or Leave A Tip on Facebook.
Once on scene, police discovered a 23-year old man with a gunshot wound to his leg. He was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
It is alleged that:
- several men were drinking in the area when an argument broke out with two other people
- shots were fired
- both groups fled the scene
Police arrested the three men they observed fleeing the scene.
It is further alleged that:
- two loaded firearms, a 9 mm Ruger P95, and a .40 cal Glock, were seized
Abdullah Abdullahi, 24, of Toronto, is charged with:
1) Cause disturbance by discharging firearm
2) Weapons dangerous
3) Firearm careless use
4) Possession of a firearm knowing its possession is unauthorized
5) Carry concealed weapon
6) Careless use of a firearm
7) Unauthorized possession of a firearm
8) Careless storage of a firearm
9) Careless use of ammunition
10) Unauthorized possession of a prohibited device
11) Carry concealed weapon
12) Possession of a prohibited firearm with ammunition
13) Possession of firearm obtained by the commission of an offence
14) Altering, defacing, or removing serial number on firearm
15) Discharging a firearm-recklessness at place
Mohamud Duale, 20, of Toronto, is charged with:
1) Weapons dangerous
2) Firearm careless use
3) Possession of a firearm knowing its possession is unauthorized
4) Carry concealed weapon
5) Careless use of a firearm
6) Unauthorized possession of a firearm
7) two counts of Careless storage of a firearm
8) Unauthorized possession of a prohibited device
9) Carry concealed weapon, prohibited device or prohibited ammunition
10) Possession of a prohibited firearm with ammunition
11) Possession of firearm obtained by the commission of an offence
12) Altering, defacing, or removing serial number on firearm
13) two counts of Possession of firearm contrary to prohibition order
14) Robbery while armed with firearm
15) three counts of Fail to comply with probation
16) Disguise with intent
They were scheduled to appear in court at 2201 Finch Avenue West, on Friday, February 10, 2012, courtroom 206-F, at 10 a.m.
The third man was released without charges.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-2300, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637), or Leave A Tip on Facebook.
It is alleged that:
- on Thursday, January 12, 2012, the site superintendent of a residential construction project attempted to bribe a City of Toronto Building Services Inspector to overlook a required fire safety device inside the home
Andriy Donchenko, 27, of Toronto, has been charged with:
1) Giving Benefit to an Official
He is scheduled to appear in court at College Park, on Monday, March 19, 2012, at 2 p.m., room 505.
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