Amanda Humphrey

Humphrey, Amanda Kay

Date of Booking:

Reason(s) For Booking:
Theft By Taking – From Motor Vehicle (felony)

Criminal Damage To Property – 2nd Degree

Criminal Trespass – No Property Damage

Officer’s Narrative:
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I, Cpl. S. Irvin in normal patrol mode responded to [700 BLOCK] W Residence Ave Apt [REDACTED] in reference to criminal trespass. I observed the caller who was later identified as [WITNESS #1] at W Residence Ave/S Davis St attempting to flag me down by waving his hands and yelling. I made contact with [WITNESS #1] in reference to this incident.

[WITNESS #1] advised he observed a white male who he later identified as Donovan McCall driving a blue 2007 Toyota Camry bearing Ga tag #([REDACTED]) on 12-19-2022, sometime while fleeing from law enforcement officers. [WITNESS #1] advised McCall parked this vehicle in the 700-Blk W Residence Ave alleyway due to damage to the front passenger tire.

[WITNESS #1] advised McCall stated he damaged the rim while fleeing law enforcement he struck the railroad track located at S Davis St/W Roosevelt Ave. [WITNESS #1] advised he was able to take a picture of McCall’s driver’s license in which he observed at [700 BLOCK] W Residence Ave Apt [REDACTED].

[WITNESS #1] advised he was inside the residence today and felt suspicious about the vehicle so he contacted law enforcement to check if the vehicle was stolen. [WITNESS #1] advised McCall also removed a speaker from the vehicle and the battery from underneath the hood of the vehicle.

Ptl. J. Keith made contact with [VICTIM #1] (owner) of this vehicle in reference to location his vehicle. [WITNESS #1] provided me with a photographs of McCall’s license on his phone. [WITNESS #1] advised he will drive his vehicle to the location where McCacll is inside with a white female now. [WITNESS #1] advised the vehicle is parked in the 700-Blk W Residence Ave unoccupied.

[WITNESS #1] advised he left the back door wide open and spray painted [REDACTED] on the back of the residence. [WITNESS #1] advised the residence is vacant and McCall does not own the property. [WITNESS #1] advised McCall stored the speaker inisde the bedroom closet and the battery inside the residence.

I responded to [700 BLOCK] W Residence Ave Apt [REDACTED] behind [WITNESS #1] in my patrol vehicle. I observed the vehicle parked in the 700-Blk W Residence Ave unoccupied. I secured the vehicle and conducted a computer search through NCIC/GCIC on the vehicle which yielded positive results for stolen. I approached the rear door of the residence in which I observed to be wide open.

I entered the residence and observed a white male in custody on the ground who was later identified as McCall. Ptl. Lawton took photographs of the vehicle. Ptl. Lawton processed all four exterior doors, all four door panels, front hood, trunk, front driver and passenger sun visor mirrors, all four door handles inside the vehicle, radio screen and the gear shift inside the vehicle.

Ptl. Lawton observed miscellaneous items and trash inside the vehicle. Ptl. Lawton was not able to capture any latent fingerprints. Ptl. Lawton took pictures of the inside of the residence and observed a vehicle battery in the kitchen on the floor next to the stove.

I observed a black subwoofer speaker inside the front living room in the closet. I also observed a [REDACTED] driver’s license on the kitchen counter above the stove. The subwoofer and vehicle battery was placed back into the vehicle before it was towed by Albany Towing.

I logged the [REDACTED] license into evidence. The brown in color dog inside the residence was turned over to animal control. Sgt. Laethem was advised of this incident. Investigator Kirsten Watson responded and the scene was turned over to her.

This case remains active and will be forwarded to investigations.

[End of Narrative]