The bakery is just south across the alley from Marquette’s Market. Mr. Ripple stated the night of the alleged burglary Ripple was working his normal shift, 10:00 P.M. to 6:00 A.M. At 12:15 A.M. Ripple took a break and walked to the alley to get some air. He then saw someone walk out of a door across the alley. The person walked to the southeast corner of the building and tossed something between the store and Art Owen’s hard ware store. Ripple recognized the person as Ronnie Riff, but when he said, “Hi ya Ronnie!” but there was no response and the person began running.
Sid, the shop’s security guard is radioed by a security guard at another shop. The other security guard informs him that a man of ‘around 25, with stubble, wearing a baseball cap and carrying a bag’ has stolen razor blades from his shop. Sid starts to monitor Bills movements. Bill, forgetting that he has not paid, places the shaving
Cite: Terry v. Ohio: 392 U.S. 1, 88 s. ct. 1868, 20 L. Ed. 2d 889 (1968) Fact: Police officer became suspicious of the activity of two men on a corner. One would leave the other and walk past some stores paused and looked in the window walked a little distance, turned around and walked back to the corner. The second man walked past the same store and looked in the window then went back to the corner. They repeated this ritual five or six times.
and Euclid Ave. which invoked a suspicious sensation. Later recognized as John W. Terry and Richard Chilton, the two men paced themselves simultaneously past various stores, looking inside the windows. Terry and Chilton exercised this routine about 12 times while Officer McFadden observed them from 300 to 400 feet away in the entrance of another store. At one point during their suspicious routine, there was a third man involved. This third man approached Terry and Chilton and had a brief conversation with them, before heading west on Euclid Ave. After the third man, later indentified as Katz, walked away, the two men engaged in their routine once again for another 10-12 more minutes before finally following the same path as the third man, Katz.
The woman may have seen Jorgensen's genitals, but she could not be located later and was never identified. While one store employee contacted the police, two of the employees left the video room to locate Jorgensen. When Jorgensen saw the two employees approach, he stopped fondling himself and attempted to exit the store. He detained by an off-duty officer. He claimed he was wearing shorts that were too small for him and that sometimes the fly would open and expose
Pages 123-124, lines 8 – 28, Pro Taberna, Clementis (In Front of Clemens’ Store) Clemens, however, did not run away, but hurried as fast as he could to the store. After he arrived there, he stood in front of his store motionless. He saw the doors wrenched off, the store torn apart. Eutychus was standing outside the store with his Egyptian thugs, and he was smiling. Eutychus while laughing said, “My dear fellow!
Halfway home he noticed a large figure following him in the shadows. Only three blocks from home now, he began to walk with a paranoid step. As his apartment building came in sight, he felt a lifeless hand grab his shoulder and a cold barrel press up against his side. As he began to turn around he heard a deep voice say, “Don’t turn around asshole, give me everything in your pockets and I wont hurt you.” Jeffrey reached into his coat pocket to give the man his wallet and found a ballpoint pen. He turned as quickly as he could trying to stab the man in the neck and POW.
After few minutes a colored man notices his watch and attempts to steal it and grabs it from his pocket. The victim went home but couldn’t remember a thing but the fact that he had a black eye, was in bruises, and had missing things. He reported to the police about it. Some people can be heard laughing. No one comes to his aid and people walk by without doing a thing.
Suspect is Caucasian and approximately 45 years of age wearing and orange T-shirt and jean shorts. Officers search the neighborhood on foot, using flashlights to see in the dark. Entering a wooden shed with guns drawn, officers locate the suspect and with authority in their voice, order him down to the ground, quickly hand-cuffing him. Suspect is extremely compliant and non-combative explaining to officers his intent was to do the right thing, but that he was very tired from working that day and simply wanted to borrow the bike to get home more quickly. Suspect explained that he would have given the stolen bike back when the police had left the area.
Scout, Jem, and Dill had followed Atticus to a jail. They saw Atticus sitting in front of the jail reading a newspaper. When Scout had seen the mob appeared, she ran over to Atticus to make sure he was alright. When Scout recognized one of the mob members, Mr. Cunningham, she started to interact with him and be polite. Mr. Cunningham tried to ignore her as hard as he could but Scout kept talking.