Marijuana Essay

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w-2 Donaldson stated that he was driving S/B on Blackstone to his place of employment. He was following a red Honda or Toyota which suddenly pulled to the curb . A man jumped out of the passenger seat, struck the vict. who was walking on the sidewalk, and returned to the car with her purse. Donaldson described the individual as wear ...view middle of the document...

NARRITIVEI arrived at the scene at 1601 hours and found the vict. on the sidewalk. Her knees were skinned and she had a laceration on her lip. She declined medical treatment and said that she could walk to her home without assistance.I interviewed Johnson with regard to the facts [see statement above].After speaking to the vict. I interviewed W-1, Rivera, and W-2 Donaldson [see statements above].I departed from the scene at 1643, and returned to headquarters where I booked the camera into the evidence locker with a request than any images on it be developed.CONCLUSION AND DEDUCTIONSAn unk. Susp. struck a 72 year old female, and took her purse. In the process she was knocked to the ground and sustained injuries. The man then feld in a vehicle driven by a possible accomplice. A wit. may have obtained photographs of the car.


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