MISSING

Media Partners,

Please provide media coverage by airing or printing the following information on missing alert on Jasmine Moody.

Jasmine Moody, b/f/18 years old, was last seen leaving her friend’s home on the 3700 block of Baldwin on December 4, 2014 at approximately 7:30 p.m. Jasmine is a student at Texas University and was visiting her friend while on school break.

Jasmine is 5’5" in height, weighs 130 lbs., is light brown complexion and has black hair and brown eyes. Jasmine was last seen wearing a white Texas University hoodie, blue jeans, and brown boots. Jasmine also has a tattoo of a flower on her stomach and nose and tongue piercing. Jasmine is in good physical and mental condition.

If anyone has seen Jasmine please contact the Detroit Police Department’s Criminal Investigations at 313-596-5752.

City of Detroit – Police Department
Office of Public Information
1301 Third St., 7th Floor-South
Detroit, Michigan 48226
Office: 313-596-2200
Fax: 313-596-1450
email:Pubinfo

Mike Duggan, Mayor

The Detroit Police Department is a model of sustained Policing excellence that places our neighborhood and people first.

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Unsolved Homicides in Richmond Virginia for 2014

Of the 38 people murdered in Richmond this year, 14 are unsolved.

A map of the unsolved homicides is below. This is based on the list provided by the Richmond Police Website.

http://www.richmondgov.com/Police/MajorCrimes.aspx

(Bold cases are cleared)

Zyemontae Redd 10/26/14 1400 block of Coalter Street
Darius C. Artis 10/19/14 600 block of Warwick Village Drive
Antonio M. Sherman 10/19/14 400 block of Westover Hills Boulevard
Elijah D. Gee 10/19/14 400 block of Westover Hills Boulevard
Tyfon A. Clark 10/16/14 3600 block of East Broad Rock Road
Keytrell Kelly 10/8/14 100 E. Roanoke St.
Michelle S. Kelly 10/8/14 100 E. Roanoke St.
Adreena D. Gary 10/8/14 100 E. Roanoke St.
Jazztyne Johnson 9/22/14 5800 block of Westover Village Drive
Saquenta Dixon 9/15/14 5300 block of Hull Street
Andre Todd 9/15/14 5300 block of Hull Street
Keith D. Evans 8/30/14 2300 block of Fairfield Avenue
Chong Kyu Han 8/9/14 6300 block of Midlothian Turnpike
Joseph Lee Sydnor 7/31/14 700 block of East 36th Street
O’ustin Spratley 7/30/14 1400 block of Oakhurst Lane
Terry A. Mullins 6/29/14 500 block of Rosemont Road
Traelle N. Johnson 6/24/14 5800 block of Orcutt Lane
Jay Q. Wood 6/24/14 800 block of North 21st Street
Develle L. Thomas 6/2/14 4000 block of Midlothian Turnpike
Lyle P. McMurtray 5/31/14 100 block of East Hill Street
Phillip O. Nikolenko 5/10/14 1001 E. Main Street
Muhammad H. Baig 5/5/14 309 E. Broad Street
Martin Cobb 5/2/14 200 block of Brandon Road
Andre T. Rhone 5/1/14 1300 block of Greenmoss Drive
Rodney Lewis 4/29/14 2800 block of Montecrest Avenue
Ebony N. Hurd 4/23/14 2100 block of Mimosa Street
Ivan T. Bridges 4/23/14 2100 block of Mimosa Street
Antonio Harris 4/15/14 600 block of Southside Plaza
D’Shaun A. Bethea 4/8/14 3500 block of Patrick Avenue
Robert Lee Fox 2/25/14 3600 block of McRand Avenue
Kiarri K. Edward 3/31/14 2000 block of Dinwiddie Avenue
Samantha Myers 3/24/14 3700 block of North Hopkins Road
Kahron M. Lee 2/23/14 1300 block of West Graham Road
Rodney Ruffin, Sr. 2/5/14 100 block of W. 9th Street
Mark A. Burton 2/2/14 3600 block of Hull Street
Kadijah N. Stewart 1/31/14 2100 block of Mandalay Road
Lancaster Robinson 1/20/14 3200 block of Richmond-Henrico Turnpike
Emma B. Cook 1/5/14 1900 block of Cedar Street

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Best Crime Analysis Report Today

Assaults are all over the place in Brookline, MA.

Might be helpful to release the data rather than a line of scribbles.

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Crime near Carnegie Mellon University

CRIME ALERT

2014-005

This crime alert is to inform the university community about an off-campus strong-arm robbery that occurred at the intersection of North Craig Street and Centre Avenue. The victim is affiliated with CMU.

At approximately 9:05 p.m. yesterday (Monday, Sept. 8), the victim was walking south on N. Craig approaching Centre, when the suspect approached him from behind, assaulted him and forcibly took his backpack. The suspect was described as a black male in his early 20s, 6 feet tall and wearing a white t-shirt, black hooded sweatshirt and baggy clothing. No weapon was displayed. The suspect fled in an unknown direction. No additional description of the suspect is available. The victim declined medical treatment.

The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police is investigating this incident.

Prevention and Safety Tips:

Stay alert to your surroundings at all times.

Use the University Shuttle/Escort Service when possible. ( HYPERLINK "http://www.cmu.edu/police/shuttleandescort/" http://www.cmu.edu/police/shuttleandescort/)

Use SafeWalk when possible. ( HYPERLINK "http://www.studentaffairs.cmu.edu/student-life/student-organizations-and-programs/safewalk/" http://www.studentaffairs.cmu.edu/student-life/student-organizations-and-programs/safewalk/)

Stay close to friends and do not interact with strangers.

Do not approach suspicious persons or vehicles.

Avoid using devices that impair your hearing or sight while walking.

Report any suspicious incidents, persons or vehicles to Campus Police at 412-268- 2323, or off campus to the Pittsburgh Police at 911.

Chief Tom Ogden
University Police

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DPD Metro Crime Stoppers Bulletin- Assault -On 09/15/2014 at approximately 08:30 pm, in the area of 37th

On 09/15/2014 at approximately 08:30 pm, in the area of 37th

the female victim was walking to her car. A white male, approximately 6 feet tall, wearing a white t-
shirt and blue jeans who was accompanied by a white female with blond hair, wearing a black tank top

and “skinny” jeans along with another un-described male party, began following the female victim.

The parties made comments related to the victim’s sexual orientation, at which time one of the male

parties assaulted the victim causing her to fall to the ground. The victim then attempted to get up and

the female suspect joined in on the assault. The suspects then fled the area in an unknown direction.

Anyone who has information regarding this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers.

and Marion Street, St. Charles Place Park,Crime Stoppers Bulletin
To:

Please see attached crime bulletin.

Thank you,

Christine Downs

Crime Stoppers Alert 9-25-2014.docx

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Carjacking at Dover Downs Casino 9-24-14

Dover Police Department posted: "Incident #: 50-14-25596 Date/Time: Wednesday September 23, 2014 at 10:46PM

Location: Dover Downs Casino, 1131 N. DuPont Highway, Dover, DE

Narrative: The Dover Police Department responded to a carjacking that occurred just before 11:00PM on Wedne"

New post on City of Dover Police Department

Carjacking at Dover Downs Casino 9-24-14

by Dover Police Department

Incident #: 50-14-25596 Date/Time: Wednesday September 23, 2014 at 10:46PM

Location: Dover Downs Casino, 1131 N. DuPont Highway, Dover, DE

Narrative:
The Dover Police Department responded to a carjacking that occurred just before 11:00PM on Wednesday night at the Dover Downs Casino. According to the 24 year old male victim, he gave a ride to an unknown male suspect from the Dover Applebee’s to Dover Downs. Once they arrived, the suspect put what was believed to be a handgun against the victims head and stated he was taking the motorcycle. The suspect, described as a black male with a beard, 5’9" medium build, and in his 30’s; drove the motorcycle out of Dover Downs and northbound on North DuPont Highway as the victim ran inside the casino for help. The motorcycle was recovered by police in the area of he Dover Mall.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Dover Police Department at 302-736-7111 or call the Delaware Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 1-800-Tip-3333 or go online at www.tipsubmit.com.

Officer Releasing Information: Cpl. Mark Hoffman, Public Information Officer

Dover Police Department | September 24, 2014 at 8:56 am | Categories: NEWS | URL: http://wp.me/p407do-19J

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New post Weekly Shoplifting Notifications 9/11/14-9/18/14

Dover Police Department posted: "The Dover Police Department responded to a total of 16 shoplifting complaints between Noon on Thursday, September 11th and Noon on Thursday, September September 18th. This week saw an increase of 2 complaints compared to the same time period as last week"

New post on City of Dover Police Department

Weekly Shoplifting Notifications 9/11/14-9/18/14

by Dover Police Department

The Dover Police Department responded to a total of 16 shoplifting complaints between Noon on Thursday, September 11th and Noon on Thursday, September September 18th. This week saw an increase of 2 complaints compared to the same time period as last week’s post. Of the 16 shoplifting complaints, 9 resulted in arrests of the suspects involved, with 9 adults and 1 juvenile being arrested. One case was unfounded after investigation revealed no crime occurred, and 6 of them are still under investigation without identified suspects at this time. There were a total of 9 adult arrests and 1 juvenile arrest during this time period for a total of 10 arrests in 9 cases.

Repeat Appearances
For the third straight week, Kenneth Luke has made the shoplifter notifications. In this instance, he was stealing Nexium pills from the Dover ACME, just as he was at CVS in a prior arrest.

Shoplifters arrested between September 11th, 2014 and September 18th, 2014 Shoplifters arrested between September 11th, 2014 and September 18th, 2014

Dover Police Department | September 19, 2014 at 8:24 am | Categories: NEWS | URL: http://wp.me/p407do-195

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