Anchorage, Ak, West High School gained little attention to a near tragedy when 39-year-old Kalepo Timoteo a parent of two students of the school got into an altercation with the staff. He went outside infuriated. A parent named Regina Kitiona who was outside the school talking to her child stated: “My first thought was that he was looking for his child,” Kitiona said, describing the parent who police arrested today. “That’s the kind of look I saw on his face, that he’s looking for someone.” He then walked past Kitiona’s car. She saw two police officers walk out of the school, she said. “This guy starts jumping up and down. He literally is right next to my car. I (could) put my hand out and touch him,” Kitiona said.
Ayla Hemeon was running around in a hurry as most people do when they are trying to juggle a busy schedule. Sgt. Steven Church was watching traffic as he sometimes does during his duties as a Patrol Officer and saw Ayla speeding.
Inescapably Ayala saw the emergency lights behind her within a moment and she pulled over. She explained to the Sgt. “I’m just in a hurry. I’m trying to get to my parents’ house to drop off the pumpkin, get home and do homework with my daughter,” said Hemeon as she recalled for ABC15 (WPDE)
The Sgt. Took her information and went to his car, returning to Ayala’s vehicle but not as she had expected.
According to the Chippewa Falls Police Department Facebook page on October 25, 2015 a 64 year-old resident of a local group home had walked away and his safety was a concern to the facilitators of the home. Officers Hakes and Checkalski responded to the home and took information on the resident and began their search for him.
Briana Vargas 18 is finally getting ready to be discharged from the hospital after a near month long stay after a horrific motor vehicle accident she wouldn’t have survived had it not been for the efforts of San Francisco Sr. Deputy Mike Clauzel and San Francisco Police Officer Ray Padmore.