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CASE NUMBER 2004-11185
On the night of November 11, 2004 I was headed west on the Sunrise Service Road. At this time the car contained 3 passengers, myself driving and 2 other friends, one of which was consuming alcohol. I was pulled over for, as stated by the officer, "not stoping at as stop sign." upon the officer approaching my window he noticed the case of beer and several empty bottles on the floor that my friend attempted to hide below his feet. The officer let me go for the stop sign but wrote me a ticket for the open alcohol containers. I was not drinking that night nor did i have intentions to, and I should not have to pay for a ticket that was caused by someonelses actions, not my own. I am sewing the party for reinburstment of amount to be paid as labled on the ticket.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11184
Defendants notebook: The Suffolk County police got a complaint call of loud music and a verbal dispute occuring at a house in Shirley, N.Y. We told the homeowner to keep the noise down and sat outside temporarily. We then heard loud music again and loud foul language, and a verberal dispute. We then decided to do a warrant check. Upon doing so, we were informed that the Town of Brookhaven had a warrrant for this person, we did not have a copy of said warrant, nor the time to obtain one. So, we proceeded to do our job, and take the suspect into custody. We did everything according to the law, and did not violate any ones rights. In closing we conclude, this person was out of control, and we had no choice other than to restrain her and take her into custody.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11183
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11182
This matter involves a Plaintiff suing the Defendant to recover the cost of an engagement ring and deposit for the rental of a reception hall.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11181
On the night of November 11, 2004 I was headed west on the sunrise service road. At this time the car contained 3 passengers, myself driving and 2 other friends one of which was consuming alcohol. I was pulled over for, as stated, "not stoping at as stop sign." upon the officer comming up to my window he noticed the case of beer and several empty bottles on the floor that my friend attempted to hide below his feet. The officer let me go for the stop sign but wrote me a ticket for the open alcohol containers. I was not drinking that night nor did i have intentions to and I should not have to pay for a ticket that was caused by someonelses actions, not my own. I am sewing the party for reinburstment of amount to paid as labled on the ticket.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11180
I had rented a two bedroom apartment February 20, 2003 from Mr. Burley. In May, I noticed that one of the closet walls was wet, so I contacted Mr. Burley and asked him to take a look. Mr. Burley showed no interest and did not come until 4 days later. In June, again, the closet wall was wet, but I also notice it was raining. I contacted Mr. Burley and again he did not come until 3 days later. This continued to happen in the one closet and then I noticed it in the other closet. I have a 3 year old child that was diagnosed with various allergies including food, environment and mold. By the end of the 2003, the walls in my daughters room was showing black stains. When I asked Mr. Burley, he shrugged and said he would paint the walls. This did not help as the room began to smell mildewed.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11179
Purchased outdoor storage shed from Home Depot Oct 22, 2004 in Riverhead. Installation was to be within two weeks of purchase. First installation date was 5 1/2 weeks after purchase- Dec 1, 2004. Discussed dismay in late date and wanted to cancel. Told I would pay a penalty fee of $200 for cancelling order.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11177
A young girl named Emily Lipworth was walking to her car late at night after work and she was allegedly attacked and raped by a young man named Topher Haann who was also in the parking lot. She says it was rape he says it was consensual.
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