Case # 123555
Investigator: Officer Rookie
October 24, 2012 – October 30, 2012
The subject of this investigation is Ernie Hempway A.K.A Eric Cartman, suspected of committing robbery with a deadly weapon (ADW) towards the victim, John Steinbeck.
On October 24, 2012, Steinbeck reported at approximately 3:00PM, he arrived at his residence located at 222 River Road, Riverend City. Steinbeck states he entered the house, turned on the television, and said he then remembered he had forgotten something from his vehicle. He goes on to say that while entering the front door of his home; he was assaulted with a deadly weapon (pipe wrench) from behind being struck on his head causing a concussion and lost consciousness. When Steinbeck regains consciousness he realized the suspect had located and stole $1500 in US currency. The Riversend CSI personnel unit responded to the crime scene location and gathered evidence. Upon gathering evidence, two samples of blood were obtained at the scene. One sample was found located on a bloody wrench used to assault Steinbeck (Photo,20).The second sample was inquired at the entrance of the residence from a door jam on the metal glider where the door latch slides across the frame(Photo,1). Unfortunately, no latent prints were obtained from the scene. I, Officer Rookie, checked with Steinbeck’s Neighbors in attempt to acquire any information anyone might have observed. One neighbor, Bob Smith, Residence 229 River Road, stated he observed an American made pick-up truck, 80’s year model park near the victim’s residence at 2:00 PM approximately one hour before the attack.
On October 25, 2012, I interviewed with Steinbeck regarding multiple incidents starting with the wrench used by the suspect to hit him. Steinbeck explained the wrench was his, stating he kept it located by the gas shut-off valve and that the video surveillance camera had been turned off. When asking about the...
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