Chase Fields

Name:
Fields, Chase

Date of Booking:
04/28/2022

Reason(s) For Booking:
THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING – SHOPLIFTING

Officer’s Narrative:
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On January 26, 2022 at 9:30 AM, I was dispatched to the Cabela’s at 152 Northpoint Parkway in reference to a theft by shoplifting that occurred on January 2, 2022. When I arrived, I met with the caller, [WITNESS #1], who is an employee of Cabela’s. [WITNESS #1] told me he began investigating the shoplifting after an employee found an empty JBL Flip5 speaker box concealed behind merchandise on a shelf.

[WITNESS #1] showed me video from approximately 2:15 PM on January 2, 2022 that showed a male enter the store and proceed to a shelf. The male removed a box containing a JBL Flip5 wireless speaker valued at $129.99 from the shelf and begin fiddling with it. The male placed the box on a shelf out of view of the camera where it can be seen that he is still tampering with it. After a few moments, the male can be seen removing an item from where the box was located on the shelf and concealing it under two hats that he is holding.

The male then walks to another aisle while still clearly concealing an item under the hats. The male stands in that aisle for several moments and appears to be concealing the speakers. After some time, the male walks to the checkout registers where he purchases one hat and a decal. The male never attempts to pay for the speaker before leaving the store. As the male is exiting the store, there appears to be a large bulge visible in the front of his pants in his right pocket.

[WITNESS #1] also told me that when the suspect entered the store, he applied for a Cabela’s Club Card. The suspect provided the name of Chase A Fields, date of birth of [REDACTED], and an address of [6500 BLOCK] Forestdale Ln in Douglasville. I ran Chase’s information through GCIC and the name, date of birth, and address all matched. I noted that the driver’s license picture attached to Chase’s driver’s license returns appeared to match the suspect’s description.

[WITNESS #1] also told me that he found Chase’s Facebook page and that it appears to match the suspect’s description. I reviewed Chase’s Facebook page and noted that the pictures appeared to match the driver’s license photo and the video of the suspect. Based on all of this information, I believe that the suspect is in fact Chase A Fields.

[WITNESS #1] provided a CD-ROM containing video of the incident, still pictures, a report, and his statement which was submitted to evidence using evidence control record ECR-22-00170-001. I provided [WITNESS #1] a case card. Warrants will be secured against Chase for misdemeanor theft by shoplifting.

Nothing further.