Davis PD has busy weekend with multiple incidents

Davis PD has busy weekend with multiple incidents
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Originally published as a City of Davis Police Department Facebook post
“Over a busy weekend, Davis Police Officers responded to multiple incidents involving unruly behavior, drunk driving, domestic abuse, and gun violence. While handling the multiple calls described in this release, Davis Police Officers seized 2 handguns and arrested 11 individuals.
On Saturday, September 18, 2021, at approximately 4:10 p.m., officers were dispatched to Ponte Verde Lane for reported burglary. Suspects were seen acting suspicious and neighbor reported seeing the subjects enter the rear yard of a residence. The subjects were then seen leaving the area on bikes carrying property that resembled a rifle and a machete.
While officers arrived in the area, another party contacted the Police Department to report two male subjects riding bikes and carrying what appeared to be rifle cases. Officers located and contacted the subjects, later identified as Terry Wayne Garner, a 38-year-old male out of Davis, and Josef Lee Pratt, a 26-year-old male out of Dixon. Also located were Air-soft rifles and machetes which were confirmed stolen from the residence on Ponte Verde Lane. Both subjects were arrested and booked at the Yolo County Jail for Burglary and other related charges.
On Sunday, September 19, 2021 at about 6:32 a.m., Davis Police Department officers responded to the area of Alhambra Drive and Mace Boulevard for reports of a male subject seen in the parking lot of an apartment complex, pointing a handgun in the air and firing the weapon.
Additional information was relayed to officers by dispatch that included the subject driving a vehicle while pointing the handgun outside of the vehicle. Officers arrived and located the vehicle occupied by a 30-year-old female and a male later identified as 34 year-old Ramiro Juarez, a Davis resident. Juarez, who was armed with a handgun, was taken into custody without incident for felony criminal threats, assault with a deadly weapon, shooting at dwelling and negligent discharge of firearm.
Later that same day, at approximately 12:58 p.m., Officers were called to the F Street canal, north of Covell, for reports of a domestic disturbance. The victim stated his girlfriend hit him in the face and threw property around their camp. Yvonne Scoggins, a 52-year-old female out of Davis, was arrested for Domestic Violence and transported to Yolo County Jail.
That afternoon, at about 3:11 p.m.,
The manager at an apartment complex on Barony found several subject squatting in a vacant apartment. Officers arrived and contacted Jason Lee Reich, a 33-year-old male out of Davis, and located a large amount of drugs and contraband. Reich was arrested and booked at the Yolo County Jail for possession of a controlled substance for sale, and other drug charges.
As the day continued, at approximately 3:56 p.m., the Davis Police Dispatch Center received reports of a transient male assaulting customers outside of Trader Joe’s. Officers arrived on scene and contacted two victims. The victims told officers the suspect got angry with them for not giving him change and tried to grab the victim’s phone out of his hand and was unsuccessful. The suspect then punched the victim in the right side of his head causing injury. The suspect also elbowed another victim in the left side of her temple causing minor injury.
Officers detained a subject in the surrounding area that matched the description. A field show up was conducted in which the victim told officers that was not the right subject. The suspect is described as a white male adult with long black curly hair and beard, wearing a grey or green jacket. If anyone has any information regarding this crime, please contact the Davis Police Department at 530-747-5400.
Sunday evening, at about 5:45 p.m., Officers were dispatched to Goodyear on 5th Street regarding a victim who was approached by a known male subject; he pulled out a Glock handgun and threatened to kill the victim. Officers got a search warrant and searched suspect’s residence locating a Glock handgun along with a high capacity magazine. Alexander Postlethwaite, a 20-year-old male out of Davis, was arrested and booked at the Yolo County Jail for brandishing a firearm and felony criminal threats.
Sunday evening at about 6:24 p.m., Davis Police dispatchers received several calls reporting that an agitated male subject was seen swinging a metal baseball bat at passing vehicles in the area of Mace Boulevard and Chiles Road. Officers arrived and contacted the subject who was found to have warrants. Jesse Weems, a 40-year-old transient male was taken into custody and searched incident to arrest. Officers located a US passport, driver’s license and several credit/debit cards that belonged to other people. Weems was transported and booked at the Yolo County Jail for the warrants and additional counts of ID theft.
Late Sunday night, at 10:35 p.m. dispatch received a 911 call from the 2900 block of 5th Street reporting a known suspect strangling the caller’s mother. Officers arrived and contacted the victims. It was determined that the suspect slammed caller’s head into the wall during an argument and then became physical with his mother causing visible injury. While officers were on-scene, the suspect returned and was taken into custody. Cairo Ansar Muhammad Jones was transported to the Yolo County Jail and booked on felony domestic violence and using force likely to result in great bodily injury/death.
In addition, there were 3 DUI arrests over the weekend.”
Davis PD has busy weekend with multiple incidents was last modified: September 28th, 2021 by admin
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