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Daily Patrol Log

Apr 21

April 20, 2019 (1630-0430)

Posted on April 21, 2019 at 4:49 AM by Brian Morris

SUPERVISOR:  Sgt. B. Morris #1179

FTO:  W. Helms #1572

OFFICER:  C. Hupert #1439

OFFICER:  K. Beatty #1609

OFFICER:  B. Page #0796

OFFICER:  R. Corrigan #1616                     

K-9 OFFICER: 

 

CAD EVENTS:  112

 

CASE NUMBER:  190400261

TIME OCCURRED:  1636

SYNOPSIS:   Trespasser – 309 Buenos Aires St. (Toni & Joes) – Officers responded for a male being rude to patrons.  The male in question was issued a trespass warning and left the area without incident.                   

 

CASE NUMBER:  190400262

TIME OCCURRED:  1708

SYNOPSIS:  Trespasser – 203 S. Atlantic Av. (Crow’s Nest) – Officers responded for a male causing a disturbance at the business.  The male was issued a trespass warning and left the area without incident.               

 

CASE NUMBER:  190400263

TIME OCCURRED:  1712

SYNOPSIS:  Theft – 618 S. Pine St. – The victim stated that someone stole her unsecured bicycle from her front yard.  Information was collected and a report was completed.  The investigation is ongoing.                                  

 

CASE NUMBER:  190400264

TIME OCCURRED:  1935

SYNOPSIS: Domestic Disturbance – 130 Sams Av. – Officers responded for a disturbance between a male and a female.  After an investigation, it was determined that a crime did not occur.  A report was completed for documentation.                            

 

CASE NUMBER:  190400265

TIME OCCURRED:  2011

SYNOPSIS:  Information – 3100 Block S.R. 44 – An officer made contact with a male who asked to be transported to Halifax Hospital to have his mental health evaluated.  The male was transported without incident.  A report was completed for documentation.                          

 

CASE NUMBER:  190400266

TIME OCCURRED:  0155   

SYNOPSIS:  City Ordinance Violation – N. Causeway / Barracuda Blvd. – An officer conducted a traffic stop and discovered a small amount of cannabis inside the vehicle.  The owner of the cannabis, Jose Deza, male, 29 years old, was issued a City Ordinance Violation for the contraband and released from the scene.                                                

 

CASE NUMBER:  190400267

TIME OCCURRED: 0316    

SYNOPSIS:  Misdemeanor Arrest – 505 Mill Run Dr. – Officers responded for a disturbance between a male and a female.  After an investigation, Danielle Denlinger, female, 38 years old, was placed under arrest for Simple Battery.  She was taken to the jail without incident.                      


Apr 20

April 20, 2019 (0430-1630)

Posted on April 20, 2019 at 5:17 PM by Jason Reve

SUPERVISOR:  Sgt J.Reve #1134

FTO:

OFFICER: J. Jarrell #1631

OFFICER: K. Shaw #1591

OFFICER:  D. Cilenti #1604

OFFICER: T. Snow #1607

OFFICER: R. Hunt #1636

 

CAD EVENTS: 90

 

CASE NUMBER:  190400256

TIME OCCURRED:  1104

SYNOPSIS: Battery – 515 Ball St. Victim was assaulted by a known subject who left the scene prior to police arrival. A suspect was identified but the victim declined to pursue the incident.

 

CASE NUMBER:  190400257

TIME OCCURRED:  1138

SYNOPSIS: Traffic Crash – SR 44/Fran Dr. Two vehicles involved, minor damage, no reported injuries, one citation issued.

 

CASE NUMBER:  190400258

TIME OCCURRED:  1240

SYNOPSIS: Trespasser – 3401 S Atlantic Av (Chases on The Beach). W/M was trespassed at the request of management.

 

CASE NUMBER: 190400259

TIME OCCURRED: 1332

SYNOPSIS: Misdemeanor Arrest – 2490 Sunset Dr (Rocco Park). W/M Christopher C Hall (48) was taken into custody for trespass after warning and possession of marijuana under 20 grams. He was transported to the Volusia County Branch Jail with a $1000 bond.

 

 CASE NUMBER: 190400260

TIME OCCURRED: 1615

SYNOPSIS: Traffic Crash – S Dixie Freeway/Lytle Av. Two vehicles involved, disabling damage. Two parties transported for non-life threatening injuries. No citations issued.


Apr 20

April 19, 2019 (1630-0430)

Posted on April 20, 2019 at 4:45 AM by Brian Morris

SUPERVISOR:  Sgt. B. Morris #1179

FTO:  A. Jenkins #1379

OFFICER:  C. Hupert #1439

OFFICER:  K. Beatty #1609

OFFICER:  B. Page #0796

OFFICER:  R. Corrigan #1616                     

K-9 OFFICER: 

 

CAD EVENTS:  128

 

CASE NUMBER:  190400255

TIME OCCURRED:  1609

SYNOPSIS:   Juvenile Complaint – 1200 S. Myrtle Av. (NSB Middle School) – A teacher stated that he believes a student was looking at an inappropriate photo on a cell phone.  Information was collected and a report was completed.  The investigation is ongoing.