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Monday– May 6, 2024

#2024-122514/North Precinct/Third Watch:

At 2249, officers responded to a “fast back” for SFD at DESC North Star for a combative patient. Officers arrived on scene and located suspect in the lobby who had already assaulted a firefighter by spitting on them. Officers went to control the suspect and get them onto the AMR gurney. The suspect then spat on and kicked the responding officers. Spit sock applied. Suspect booked into KCJ for Assault 3. No force needed to control the suspect.

#2024-122909/West Precinct/First Watch:

At 1110 hours, a resident of the Morrison opened his door to a neighbor after she knocked. The female neighbor attempted to enter the victim’s unit. The victim told her to stay outside. The female suspect forced her way inside and used a knife to slice the victim’s face causing a significant injury. Officers arrived and determined the suspect had left the Morrison prior to police arrival. Officers located her nearby and took her into custody for Burglary in the First Degree (unlawful entry to commit crime of assault) without incident. Victim taken to HMC in stable condition. Homicide and PIO notified.

#2024-108175/West Precinct/Second Watch:

Det. T. Speer had the investigative responsibilities for a series of 4 Armed Robberies that occurred over a 3-week period. On 5/6/24 Det. Speer obtained information that the adult male suspect was in Monroe Washington. Robbery detectives went to Monroe and observed that suspect driving his vehicle into a residential neighborhood and enter a residence. SWAT was notified to assist with contacting the suspect, an arrest warrant/search was obtained by Det. Speer. The suspect was contacted as he exited the residence and taken into custody without incident. Suspect’s vehicle was impounded and taken to the SPD VPR. West Patrol assisted with transporting the suspect to the Robbery Office where he provided a confession. Suspect was booked into KCJ for 4 counts of Robbery First Degree.

#2024-88388/North Precinct/Second Watch:

Det. Fitzgerald has the investigative responsibility for a series of multiple (9) Bank Robberies. Det. Fitzgerald obtained information regarding the identity of the suspect and his residence. At 1800 hours, an Arrest/Search warrant was obtained. SWAT cleared the suspect’s residence and Detectives conducted an evidentiary search. The suspect had been observed at the residence but due to staffing and another ongoing Robbery arrest operation, the suspect left prior to the service of the warrant. Evidence was recovered from the residence that may link the suspect to the crimes being investigated.