Crime Report Oct 3 – 5, 2011

The following are Glen Park crimes from the Ingleside Station Newsletter

Monday, October 3, 2011: Nothing in the report from GP

Tuesday, October 4, 2011
6:08pm 100 blk Bosworth Battery
Officers Dilag and Abucay were sent to investigate a call of two subjects holding down a third person. The officers separated all parties and were told the following information. Two of the subject work for a company and were making a delivery at that location. According to the two subjects they observed a single subject taking pictures of them because they were double parked. The two subjects told the officers that the subject walked over to the driver side of the truck and for no reason punched the driver. The passenger came to his aide and both subjects subdued the person to the ground. The lone subject told the officers that he was taking pictures of the double parked truck because they were causing a traffic hazard and he planned to send the pictures to the employer. This is where the stories change. Both parties alleged that the other started the fight first. All parties signed complaints against each other and were arrested and then cited at the scene with a court da! te for the Judge to determine the fate of this case. Report number 110801360

Wednesday, October 5, 2011
2:10am Randall/Chenery Battery
Officers McMilton, Morse and Sgt. Danielle responded to a battery incident. The victim told the officers that he was walking up the street when an unknown suspect came up behind him and asked him what time it was in Spanish. When the victim turned around, the suspect punched the victim in the neck. The victim started to hurry towards his home as the suspect followed him and attempted to throw another punch. The victim blocked the punch and continued to walk towards his home. The suspect continued to pursue the victim and another fight broke out. Officer Hom had arrived at the scene and the two parties dispersed. Officer Morse asked the victim if the suspect said anything to him during the fight. The victim said no words were exchanged but the victim had been had been drinking and was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the incident. The victim made a written statement about the incident.
The Officers did not see any visible marks on the victim and the victim said he had no pain at the time of the interview. When the Officers asked if the victim wanted medical attention just to be sure everything was ok, the victim said no.
While Officer Hom advised two parties go their separate ways, he got another call and left the scene. Officer McMilton booked all evidence at Ingleside Station. Report 110805124


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