WOMAN (ON RADIO):Attention signal 41– Walton, is this goingto be Chris [bleep]?? MAN: It is.
OFFICER: It's arelatively common call we get from this complainant.
She likes to fabricatestories to try and get her family put in jail.
One of her familymembers tried to run someone over with a vehicle.
And he apparently hasa gun in his hand.
So Sergeant Websterjust arrived on scene.
And we're trying to runthere and back him up.
Did anybody hear gunshots? Uh-uh.
I heard something loud.
But I was on the phone with 911.
And I'm not realsure what it was.
But it was comingfrom over there.
And I was yelling for Briango home because I need him.
I mean, but nobodyacts like that.
How about you, brother? Did you hear anythinggunshots-wise? I heard– I heard the truck.
And I heard them screaming, don't run over me.
Don't run over me! Yes, sir.
OFFICER: Got the perpetrator.
You can call the bondsmanwhen you get to jail, bud.
Yeah, I gottacall the bondsman.
It will be a felony.
So you'll have to see yourfirst appearance in the morning.
What's that? Well, cutting trees down, that's a civil matter.
You got to take him tocourt about cutting a tree.
But whenever you got a mancutting trees in the woods, and you ram your truckup in the woods at him– How about him [inaudible] –that's a problem, Billy.
That's a problem.
Look, if you hadn'thave showed up here in the first place and took– you took your truck in thewoods on him, none of this would have happened.
– [inaudible]- All right, let's go.
OFFICER: So basically, whathappened when we responded, we found the suspectsitting in his vehicle, found tire tracks leading intothe woods, aggressive tire spin, showing wherehe had attempted to try to run this individual inthe woods over with his truck.
Well, trying to run somebodyover with a truck, brother, it's not a legal way to– I did not– All right, hey, look, I'mnot going to argue with you.
But there'stracks in the trees where you stuck yourtruck, where he's– where he's falling a tree.
Yeah, [inaudible] He's falling the tree.
And you put yourtruck on top of him.
How did– how do you– howdoes that look to me, Billy? [inaudible].
I know how it looks.
I made a [inaudible] He's talking about– Yeah, but if you hadn't haveput your truck in the woods, you wouldn't be inthis situation, Billy.
I know [inaudible].
I've heard that before.
Open your feet up.
Put your cigarettesin your truck because you can't takethem with you to jail.
What in the world, Billy? You want Mitch tocome get your truck? You can't come talk to her.
But I can get her and tellher to get your truck.
Well, you can call her too.
All right, so thesepocket knives [inaudible].
Uggh! Don't touch that.
Damn, Billy! [bleep] in my car.
Driver's sidedoor handle, Sarge.
[bleep] in my car.
That's nasty, man.
Why you going to carry somethinglike that in your pocket? She finds everythingall the time.
Flush it, man.
Huh? Flush it.
Don't tell me itwon't flush, Billy.
[inaudible] Have a seat.
We'll take him into custodyfor aggravated assault.
And we're going tocontinue the investigation and see what elsewe can find out.
All right, Billy.
Deputy Clementspulled a vehicle over.
I'm not sure what theypulled him over for.
They're down here on springbreak right now from Alabama.
He called for us.
He said that he cansmell some marijuana coming from the vehicle.
So I'm going to runZeus around the car.
[music playing] Top seat.
[clicks tongue] All right.
Could you come over hereto talk to me real quick? All right, man, likeI said, my name is Deputy Mann with the K9 unit.
If I start diggingaround in there, what all am I going to find? Do you guys smoke weed? OK, all right.
All right, let me see what all– there's an overwhelmingsmell of air fresheners.
A $2 bill, hmm, haven'tseen those in a long time.
Aren't you supposedto ask me if you're supposed to search my car? What's that? This is my car.
Aren't you supposed to ask me? No, ma'am.
I don't have to.
My dog alerted on the vehicle.
I got probable cause.
Go ahead and standback over there for me.
Stand over there.
It smells of prettypotent marijuana, huh? Oh, yeah, it's inhere somewhere.
There you go.
Yeah? Let's see.
Let me try to find a name.
Oh, and a gun.
And a gun? Yep.
In Florida, you gottabe 21 to carry a pistol.
It's not a high-gram amount.
Accompanied with afirearm is where it definitely becomes a problem.
It'll be a felony.
It's an upgrade forthe firearm because it was in the presence ofnarcotics, and it was loaded.
And it was concealed.
And the purse is not holstered.
And there is no kind ofmethod to make it safe.
It's basically accessible.
You can pull itout of the purse, and you can fire itright off the the bat.
[music playing] SABRINA MATHEWS: Sowe're going to this call.
It's at a strip club.
And apparently, we have themanager from another strip club down the road thatwent to this strip club to confront a gentlemanabout trying to pass off fake money to his dancers.
We're going tocheck on the money, see if that'scounterfeit, and then find out who's trying to pass that.
How are you guys doing, SABRINA MATHEWS: OK.
OK, so he camein the club, handed off the money to a dancer.
She came up to me andasked me to check it.
It's all counterfeit.
He left the club right away.
I messaged other clubs tofind out if he's there.
I noticed his description.
They said he was here twominutes after he left our club.
SABRINA MATHEWS: So whydidn't you call us right away? I did.
No, when you were overthere before you came over here to confront somebody.
That's what we're here for.
They came over here.
And they rushed over here.
And they circled me, like, seven deep.
And they were like– they came out.
And they said that I wasgiving out fake money, right? So I said, listen, ifthat was the situation, I will pay it backas a good citizen.
I am sorry.
You know what I mean? SABRINA MATHEWS: OK.
In that– inthat type of view.
I'm 49? No.
All right, comeon over to my car.
We'll get that inside.
– I'll grab that.
Don't worry about it.
So we're looking hereat this counterfeit money.
And we can tell.
Just one of the waysI can tell right now is that it doesn't havethe strip going through it that you need to have.
And it has a different texture.
It's a lot thicker.
It feels like there's, like, two bills, like, taped together.
And a lot of times, what they'll do is they'll print eachside on a piece of paper.
And they'll actually cutthem out and then glue them together back to back.
It's obviously a crime topass counterfeit money.
And then it's a crime tohave so much– so much of it in your possession.
What if– what if thefriends that I was with, what if it was passed– what if it was passed throughthem through the night and came into my pocket? How could I be introuble for that? How–SABRINA MATHEWS: Wait a minute.
Somebody passed somethinginto your pocket without your knowledge? No, I'm saying that thecounterfeit money that you guys found, how could itbe pinpointed on me? I never had it in my possession.
You just said, what ifit came into my pocket.
The only– this– the only thing that Ihad in my position– Possession.
My possession was– Right.
–that $10 bill.
And they said, game on.
That's– how couldI be– how could I– how could I be arrestedfor counterfeit money? OK, look, you'rein hot water, OK? You're in the backof the cop car.
This isn't where youwant to be tonight.
Let me finish beforeyou even start, OK? Yes, ma'am.
I gave you the respect.
Give me the respect.
– Yes, ma'am.
OK? So then we shut the door.
And then, now, you'relike, you know what? They do have footage.
And they do have witnesses ofme throwing that under the car.
So maybe I want to be alittle bit more honest.
Maybe when you get to thejail, and he sees the doors, he'll decide to starttalking a little bit more.
We're going to goover to Lollipops, the other strip club.
And we're going to havethe dancer come out.
And we're going tobring our offender over there in the cop car.
We're going to light himup so that she can see him, and she cannot– and he cannot see herbecause she's our victim.
And she's going tobe able to tell us if that's the individual thatpassed the fake money to her and, also, theydeprived her of $13.
So she'd be our victimfor the petty theft.
We're just waitingfor the dancer to come out, hopefully clothed.
MAN: Come on down this way.
Come right on down here, OK? Yeah.
Right this way.
OK, now, this guy, obviously he's in handcuffs, OK, for a different crime.
I just want you to give usyour honest opinion, OK? So that– that's him? Yeah.
SABRINA MATHEW: Yeah.
He's asking to speakwith me one-on-one now.
So, obviously– He's going to tell you.
–the truth is going tocome out a little bit more.
I'll see if I can it released.
– Right now— It's OK.
– Right now we have to keep it.
SABRINA MATHEWS:So he's going to be arrested for the possessionof the counterfeit currency.
And then he's alsogoing to be arrested for the petty theftfrom her because he had given her fake money.
And she gave him realmoney in exchange for that.
So he's going to begoing for both of those.
All righty? [music playing] We just got a call subjectthat earlier was involved in a hit-and-runaccident, was later found about anhour later driving, appeared to be intoxicated.
He's been stopped.
And in the middle of placinghim into the patrol vehicle, he began kicking out the window.
What led to himkicking the window? (ON RADIO) 10-26.
Irritation mostly likely, just being irritated.
We offered to park hisvehicle and not tow it.
He didn't want that, so– BART SMITH: A hobbleis a device that we can secure this individualso that he can't kick out any more windows.
Pick your feet up, man.
OK, that's fine.
Kick your feet over here.
I didn't [inaudible] (ON RADIO) 10-26.
You think? Spit on you.
You want to dothat on his feet? Get on out.
Come on out.
Get on the ground.
Are you [bleep]kidding me, dude? We're not goingto play with you.
Turn over! Oh, [bleep].
Quit fighting it.
And we won't have a problem, OK? – I'm not fighting at all.
– Put your hands– Turn over.
Put your hands– these hands go behind your back.
Dude, I can't [bleep].
Listen to me.
Go straight on your face.
[bleep] There you go.
Oh, my god.
All right, you got him.
– I'm not doing— Don't move.
You hear me.
– I'm not fighting at all.
What the [bleep]? OK, then you're good, OK? Just stay right–move your– hey– I got this, coming up.
Dude, I'm not moving at all.
Go this way.
No, sir, we wish wedidn't have to do this.
But you got to be cooperativefor us not to have to do this.
Dude, I'm not moving at all.
What the [bleep]are you guys doing? Does it make youfeel [bleep] strong? [bleep] Dude.
I'm not doing anything.
[bleep] You just kicked thewindow out of a patrol car.
You are doing something.
There you go.
Dude– Put this on a chain, and– You can stick thatthrough the loop.
– Stick this through the loop?- Yep.
Hook it straight down.
You guys have neverdone this before.
Yeah, yeah, that's cool.
Yeah? You can tighten it.
What the [bleep] is this? Going inside? For his safety'ssake to the officer and the safety of our equipment, he's been put in a hobble.
That just basically keeps hisfeet immobile with his hands so he can't do any more damageto that vehicle on transit to the jail.
Our original response wasfor a hit-and-run accident.
We had information that thissuspect struck another vehicle.
His girlfriend had been presentin the vehicle with him.
She went to assess the damage.
And in doing so, he fled the scene.
What did we windup with charges? I know we he had thesignal 3 from earlier.
And– He's going to haveresisting, the signal 3, and then the batteryon– what do you call it? Criminal mischief.
The criminal mischiefto the patrol car.
Right now, DeputyMiller has pulled over this vehicle that waspassing in a no-passing zone.
And he pulled over over herefor some oddball reason.
And once he got outthere and talking to him, he detected the odor of alcohol.
So we're about to dosome field sobriety task here in just a second.
OK, give me just one second.
You're cutting weeds? OK.
[inaudible] I'm going to turn you overto this gentlemen right here.
He's going to explainall that to you.
I'm going to pushyour door closed.
I'm Deputy Clements.
How you doing, sir? Hey, how are you? Deputy Miller said hesmelled a little alcohol.
What's that? Deputy Miller said hesmelled a little alcohol.
So what I'm going to dois I'm going to ask you– OK.
Well, would you– would youconsent to doing some field sobriety tasks for me? OK, that's fine.
[music playing] I walked up.
And speaking tohim, I automatically detect the odor ofalcoholic beverage emitting from his breath.
When I asked him to dofield sobriety tasks, he initially told me he wasvery offended by me asking him.
Heel to toe, one, two, three, and so on to nine steps.
Four, five, six, seven, eight– how man is nine? One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight.
All right, let'sgo to the next task.
One, two– Back up to the backend of that line.
We're going to go withthe next task, OK? The next task, we're goingto do the one-leg stand.
I think you've hadtoo much to drink.
Am I right, or amI wrong about that? You're wrong.
OK, I'm wrong about that? OK.
OK, I didn't say I would.
I was trying to be to acertain point with you.
You know what.
Can I– Don't turn around on me, OK? No, sir.
Can I– Can you what? Can I get– let them peopleback there take my keys? – Yes, sir.
– I have two dogs.
Just a second.
Turn back around.
OK? All right, come onback here with me.
You want torelease your vehicle and the dogs to theindividual back there? Yes, please.
All right, just turn around.
We can release thevehicle to this gentleman? Yes, sir.
What– what– what have I donenot to earn your trust then? Have you ever dealt withDeputy Miller of the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office?That would be me.
Have you everdealt with me, sir? OK.
That's absolutely fine.
Like I said– Hey– sir, and you're allowedto have your opinion, OK? So this gentlemanreally does not really like law enforcement.
He's quite irate, irate thathe's getting arrested for DUI.
I wouldn't trustthem as far as I could throw a dump truck, period.