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Police were initially notified shortly after 10 p. Responding officers found evidence of a disturbance but failed to find anyone there.
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Minutes later, an officer located the people involved behind some businesses off Oak and Fillmore streets. The victim, with a knife in his possession, had been run over and died. Addias Alonzo Brown was arrested for murder and will be booked into the county jail when paperwork is completed. Police say everyone involved in the incident has been located and that video footage was recovered that helped in determining the sequence of events.
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Fairfield family says police department used excessive force in pool incident last week. A link has been sent to your friend's email address. A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.
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An altercation between Fairfield police and patrons at the Fairfield Aquatic Center last week has yielded two versions of what occurred, with each side claiming unnecessary and inappropriate, even injurious, actions were taken to calm the situation. The event happened Tuesday, June 9, when Fairfield police responded to the pool after a group of juveniles was asked to leave because one of them did not have a swimsuit.
The incident escalated to one where police physically restrained the youths and used pepper spray on one of the teenagers. Four people were arrested: two adults, plus a year-old and year-old. Krystal and Maya Dixon, two adults on the scene, are scheduled to appear in court this morning on charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
Pictures of two juveniles who were hospitalized and later released decorated the room. Hilton said he was "shocked" and "embarrassed" at what he called the police department's "ridiculous" and excessive use of force. Cellphone videos from bystanders show police restraining and arresting teens at Fairfield pool.
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Some teens hospitalized and claim police abuse.The student was accused of being drunk and making several obscene gestures at police after being told to leave the party. Police later confronted the student after he appeared to be preparing to urinate outside of a home. The student told police that it was his home and a woman at the home confirmed he was her son. After an officer asked the woman to take the student inside because he was "really drunk," police said the woman engaged the officer in an "extremely hostile tone, used profanities, and accused the officer of being racist.
Following a thorough review of the incident, police say there was no reason to believe race played a factor and that the officers showed "restraint and tolerance of hateful language and behavior they were subjected to. Police released a lengthy statement on social media Friday morning detailing the incident.
Read the full statement below:. The event is an end of the year party sponsored by Fairfield University in close coordination with numerous organizations, and agencies to include the Fairfield Police Department.
Tickets are required to attend, and the party includes music, food, and beer for students of legal age. Police officers are assigned to the event to ensure a safe and enjoyable party, and to maintain order in the neighborhood as students travel to and from the beach. The latter is especially important given the quality of life complaints neighbors have made over the years regarding student behavior.
These include: Public drinking, loud parties, impeding traffic, yelling, swearing, littering, vandalism, and urinating on private property. Due to the outstanding planning and coordination among all the stakeholders, great strides have been made in these areas over the years and this year, despite attendance by more than students, no complaints were received from the neighborhood. Among the attendees was a year-old student who became intoxicated and had to be steadied and escorted to a medical tent the university set up and staffed.
Approximately 8 students in all were evaluated there during the course of the event.
While being evaluated by medical staff, the student became very unruly and belligerent towards staff and police officers and at one point tried to run away.
The Dean of Students responded and attempted to reason with the student, but to no avail. Eventually the dean decided the student had to leave the party and was going to be taken home. He left the beach under escort by the dean, yelling the entire time. A short time later, officers assigned to Fairfield Beach Rd, near Lalley Blvd, unaware of what occurred inside the party, observed the same student run past them eastbound on Fairfield Beach Rd. As he did so he shouted obscenities at them and "gave them the finger.
As the student approached the front of Penfield Beach, he ran past a second contingent of officers and did the same thing. He was completely ignored by these officers as well. The student then turned around and ran westbound on Fairfield Beach Rd, repeating his behavior as he past the officers a second time.
He was again ignored completely. As he continued westbound in the street, officers observed the student suddenly take a left into a driveway on the beach side.
Believing he either was trying to reenter the Clam Jam by sneaking in, or was trespassing on private property, two officers entered the driveway. When they did, they observed the student up against a fence preparing to urinate on the ground, which is among one of the chief complaints neighbors have.
When officers questioned him, he began yelling and swearing and stated he lived at the home. Suspicious that he was urinating on the ground in his own yard instead of using a bathroom, the officers asked for an ID, which when presented had an address from a different street in town. All the while, the student was yelling and swearing. The officers never raised their voices nor did they engage in any behavior that they themselves were being subjected to by the student.
The student attempted to walk back into the street but an officer put her arm up, palm out, to stop him, because traffic, especially Ubers picking up students, began flooding the area. The student continued advancing on her pressing his chest against her hand in an attempt to get past her, but he failed to do so. Eventually he stopped, but not before numerous cars had to stop due to his behavior.
As a third officer approached the door of the home to confirm his claim of residency, a woman came out and asked what was going on. When the officer asked if the student was her son, she replied "Yes" at which point the officer asked, "Can you take him inside, he's really drunk?Bus operator Rosso announced that the incident has caused delays to their Trax service between Burythe hospital and Rochdale.
Rosso also said that the B4 service between Bury and Heywood is also affected in both directions. Rosso moved to reassure customers that all of their buses were in order but that they would be running behind schedule, and advised customers to look at the app for up-to-date travel information. A spokesman for the bus company tweeted: "There has been a Police incident near to Fairfield Hospital. All our vehicles are running but may be subject to delays.
The Manchester Evening News has contacted Greater Manchester Police for more information about the nature of the incident. By Thomas Molloy Bolton and Bury reporter. Bus operator Rosso announced that the incident has caused delays Image: Rossendale Free Press A police incident near Fairfield Hospital is causing delays to public transport.
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When a person reports a crime or traffic accident to the Fairfield Police Department, a police officer responds to conduct a preliminary investigation and to file an official report. The investigation includes collection of evidence, talking to witnesses, etc. For these reasons, and under normal circumstances, the Fairfield Police Department will not file a crime or traffic accident report based upon information obtained by telephone.
These reports can be obtained by one of the following ways:. You will need to provide the case report number that was supplied to you by the reporting officer. If you do not have the case report number, you will need to provide the name s listed on the report and the date the report was filed. In the case of traffic accidents, you will also need to provide the location of the incident.
There is no charge for a basic crime report or a single traffic accident report. Skip to Main Content. Sign In. Police Reports When a person reports a crime or traffic accident to the Fairfield Police Department, a police officer responds to conduct a preliminary investigation and to file an official report. These reports can be obtained by one of the following ways: Visiting the Fairfield Police Department between 8 a.
Monday through Friday except holidays Making a written request and providing a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Obtain a crash report. Case Report Number You will need to provide the case report number that was supplied to you by the reporting officer. For more information, contact the Records Section at Crash Reports. Arrow Left Arrow Right.Three Fairfield police officers engaged in sexual misconduct with members of the public. Four others had sustained findings of dishonesty — they withheld evidence, committed forgery or falsified reports.
And several other officers used a level of force that broke bones, required surgeries and killed two people. These are the findings of more than two decades of internal investigations recently unsealed by the Fairfield Police Department. Authored by state Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, the law took effect Jan. For the first time in decades, the public now has access to findings of sexual assault or dishonesty while officers are on duty, as well as investigations involving serious uses of force.
The initial disclosure provides a glimpse into the secretive universe of California police investigations, and clues as to how one Bay Area department polices its own.
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Greg Hurlbut. Officer Joseph Griego is named in two cases, one stemming from Jan. Internal affairs officials recommended a day suspension for the first case and termination for the second. Griego ultimately retired on Nov. When reached by The Chronicle, Griego said the allegations against him were unfounded and the product of retribution by his employers rather than misconduct. Griego said the allegations came after he filed a grievance against his supervisor.
In an effort to make it all go away, I retired on my 50th birthday. In another case, investigators found five sustained violations against Officer Darryl Webb stemming from an Aug.
Criminal charges were filed against Webb and he resigned on May 31, Though the index does not detail the nature of the allegations, the Daily Republic reported that he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor in a revenge porn case. A third officer, Zachary Sandoval, was found to have sustained complaints from an incident on Aug. The officers were found to have withheld evidence, committed forgery and falsified reports, resulting in two terminations, one resignation and one unknown discipline recommendation.