•   
  •   
  •   

CrimeSan Luis Obispo Police Chief’s Gun Stolen After She Forgets It In Restroom

20:20  11 july  2019
20:20  11 july  2019 Source:   losangeles.cbslocal.com

Boy with Autism getting help after tricycle was stolen

Boy with Autism getting help after tricycle was stolen A young 'officer' in Kalamazoo had to temporarily hang up his badge, after his tricycle was stolen last week. Jacob Palmquist is fascinated by law enforcement and the military, and would use his tools and bike to catch speeders trying to go down his road. Jacob is autistic, so his parents had purchased him a tricycle so he could keep up with his 'patrols'. "The bike was a really big deal because he could never ride a bike before," said Jacob's mother, Bobbi. When the tricycle was stolen, Bobbi took to social media to try and get the word out. "I was like, are you kidding me right now? I was depressed, surprised even," said Jacob.

( San Luis Obispo Police Department). “Even though my gun was in a holster, it didn’t stay clipped to my pants, so I removed it , and I placed it next to me,” Cantrell said. She exited the bathroom without the gun , and by the time she realized it was missing a few minutes later, she returned to find it gone.

( San Luis Obispo Police Department). “Even though my gun was in a holster, it didn’t stay clipped to my pants, so I removed it , and I Police checked security video and determined that three customers entered the restroom between the time Cantrell had used it and then noticed her gun missing.

San Luis Obispo Police Chief’s Gun Stolen After She Forgets It In Restroom© Provided by CBS Local, a division of CBS Radio Inc

SAN LUIS OBISPO (CBSLA) – Surveillance photos have been released of a man suspected of stealing the San Luis Obispo police chief’s gun after she forgot it in a restaurant bathroom Wednesday.

In a video posted to the department’s Facebook page Wednesday night, Chief Deanna Cantrell admitted that she took off her gun while using the restroom at an El Pollo Loco restaurant early Wednesday afternoon and apologized to the public.

17-year-old driver in Nashville hits police car, killing officer, police say

17-year-old driver in Nashville hits police car, killing officer, police say The driver, Jayona Brown, faces charges that include vehicular homicide by recklessness and felony evading arrest.

Police Chief that can't keep up with her gun , bet that city feels safe..smh HERE IS LINK TO FOLLOW UP THEY FOUND THE GUN : https San Luis Obispo Police Chief ’ s Gun Stolen After She Forgets It In Restroom - Продолжительность: 0:33 CBS Los Angeles Recommended for you.

SAN LUIS OBISPO — Police are seeking a man seen in surveillance video after a California police chief left her gun in a restroom and it was immediately stolen . San Luis Obispo Chief Deanna Cantrell revealed her mistake in a video on the department’ s Facebook page, saying her actions were

“Even though my gun was in a holster, it didn’t stay clipped to my pants, so I removed it, and I placed it next to me,” Cantrell said.

She exited the bathroom without the gun, and by the time she realized it was missing a few minutes later, she returned to find it gone.

“I left, and I left my firearm in a restroom,” Cantrell said. ‘Within minutes I realized it, but when I went back it was gone.”

Police checked security video and determined that three customers entered the restroom between the time Cantrell had used it and then noticed her gun missing.

It’s the man who entered the restroom immediately after Cantrell who investigators suspect stole the weapon because he immediately left without ordering food. Surveillance photos of him have been released. The other two patrons remained in the restaurant and informed police that they did not see a gun in the bathroom.

“The first man, whose photo was released on Facebook, went into the restroom after me and then immediately left the restaurant without ordering any food,” Cantrell said.

As of Thursday, the gun remains missing. Cantrell said that she informed her supervisor, and the gun’s serial number has been entered into a national database.

“My actions were irresponsible and dangerous, and I’m so grateful that after our preliminary investigation, a child didn’t find it,” Cantrell said.

Anyone with information on the suspect should call police at 805-781-7312.

Read More

50 cars stolen in 5 days: LMPD says it again – lock your cars.
Louisville Metro Police Department had the public play a guessing game to hammer in a point they say they've made over and over. "How many vehicles do you think have been reported stolen in Jefferson County from Friday at 12:00 through today at 12:00?" a Facebook post from officials read. The answer: 50. Dozens in just five days. And most of the vehicles that were stolen were left unlocked, police said. "We're going to beat this dead horse for awhile. LOCK UP YO STUFF," the post read. This is not the first time the department has made this plea with the community.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 3
This is interesting!