During March, 2013, Officer Ishmon effected the arrest & assist of 14 suspects totaling 35 charges. Additionally, he carried out 153 calls for service to include directed and self initiated incidents.
Directing your attention to one assignment in particular, Officer Ishmon responded to a call for a female slumped at the wheel in a traffic lane of I-64 east bound at Hampton. Upon arrival Officer Ishmon used his mark patrol vehicle to block oncoming traffic from striking both himself and the female in aid. The female driver was unconscious, her door was locked and officer Ishmon noticed that the vehicle was still in drive creeping along slowing. Several attempts were made to awake the unconscious driver, suddenly the female awoke, seemed incoherent, and begin screaming, giving the appearance she was in pain. As traffic continued to travel at speeds of 55 miles an hour past Officer Ishmon, he ran around the vehicle to the passenger side and broke the passenger’s side window, opened the door, stopping and placing the vehicle in park. EMS transported the female driver to an area hospital, where it was determined that she suffered a diabetic trauma, resulting in periodic unconsciousness.
Congratulations Officer Ishmon for being selected as Officer of the Month, March 2013.
In February Officer Kyle Schreiber and Jeremy Davis were paired together patrolling areas within the district related to “Hot Spot Policing”. They generated a total of 39 Felony, Misdemeanor, and City arrest with 178 in total charges. Charges were issued for the majority of their arrest, to include Felony Fleeing, Felony Accident Leaving the Scene, Felony Resisting Arrest, VMCSL, Domestic Assault 1st and 3rd and Soliciting in the Right of Way. Congratulations Officer Kyle Schreiber and Jeremy Davis
In January Officer Gregory Bushart and Kyle Brewer overheard a broadcast for a Robbery which had just occurred at 6701 Clayton, were a suspect, armed with a pistol, robbed the victim. The suspect made good his escape in a green Toyota. Officer Bushart and Brewer while traveling northbound on So. Kingshighway observed the suspects vehicle at Manchester and So. Kingshighway. They were able to stop the vehicle and take two suspects into custody. A weapon and the victim’s property were recovered.
Charges for Robbery 1st and Armed Criminal Action were issued against both suspects, who each had a prior history for robbery and had just been released from prison. Congratulations Officer Gregory Bushart and Kyle Brewer.
During the month of December, Officers Travis Layton and Darnell Willis collectively carried out an abundance of radio assignments; selective special assignments; and made numerous arrests.
On one assignment in particular, these officers investigated a call for a possible armed, but suicidal individual. When they arrived at the address, a male answered and stood at the door entrance, with one hand behind his back. Fearing this subject was holding a weapon; these officers simultaneously drew their weapons, and ordered him to slowly remove his hand from behind his back with orders if he was holding a gun, to keep the weapon pointed at the floor and place the weapon on the floor.
The individual slowly revealed his hand, displaying a 357 revolver, with the hammer locked to the rear. After a few brief moments the individual agreed to follow the officer’s commands and placed the gun on the floor. The individual was taken into protective custody and was transported to an area hospital for treatment. Their observations and attention to safety resulted in this encounter ending peacefully with no injuries. Congratulations Officer Travis Layton and Darnell Willis.
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St. Louis Senior Activity Center
St. Louis, MO. 63139
Dates are: June 18, 2013 & September 17, 2013
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