Transcript of police radio traffic during pursuit, shooting of Kelton Trice


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Submitted by the Rock Island County State's Attorney
Police radio traffic during pursuit, shooting of Kelton Trice
TRANSCRIPT
EAST MOLINE RADIO TRAFFIC
APRIL 16th, 2008

04-16-17:11:21

OFFICER AVERILL: 221,222 from 223.

OFFICER DROBNEY: 221.

04-16-17:11:33

OFFICER AVERILL: Suspect vehicle is at Satellite Park. There's a large group of individuals inside; I couldn't find our suspect. If one of you'all wants to head this way or both.

OFFICER DROBNEY: 221, 10-4, en route.

SERGEANT PETERSON: 222, En route.

SERGEANT BLASER: 81 will be en route.

04-16-17:12:03

OFFICER AVERILL: Centre, 223,10-29.

DISPATCHER: Go ahead.

04-16-17:12:16

DISPATCHER: 223, Centre, go ahead.

OFFICER AVERILL: Last name, Trice, T-Tom, R-Robert, I-Ida, C-Charles, E-Edward. First name Kelton, K-King, E-Edward, L-Lincoln, T-Tom, O-Ocean, N-Nora; and also, C-Charles, male, 0-4-1-4-8-7, 04-14-87.

04-16-17:12:35

DISPATCHER: Negative-29, suspended.

OFFICER AVERILL: 10-4. If you would, put me out in the area of Satellite Park, 8th Avenue, 17th Street; ah, there's a warrant. I'm going to stand-by for the other units. Attempt to serve.

DISPATCHER: 10-4

SERGEANT PETERSON: 223, from 22, I'll come up 19th Street onto 8th.

OFFICER AVERJLL: 10-4,1 swung around him right behind Shorty's on 19th Street

SERGEANT PETERSON: 10-4.

04-16-17:13:33

OFFICER DROBNEY: 223, from 221.

OFFICER AVERILL: Go ahead.

OFFICER DROBNEY: I'm by the Soule Bowl right now, coming northbound onto 17th Street.

OFFICER AVERILL: 10-4; if I can get somebody to come 15th Street, then hit the 8th Avenue alley, come behind the park just in case somebody decides to go rabbit.

04-16-17:13:58

SERGEANT PETERSON: 222 can.

04-16-17:14:24

Centre 222 is 10-60 at, 15th and 8th.

04-16-17:14:30

DISPATCHER: 222,10-4.

04-16-17:15:05

SERGEANT PETERSON: 22, 81, you want to come down 15th Street and the 8th Avenue south alley?

04-16-17:15:16

Officer Averill: 10-4

04-16-17:16:12

SERGEANT BLASER: 81, 10-60, 1500 block 8th Avenue south alley.

04-16-17:16:18 DISPATCHER: 81,10-4.

04-16-17:16:25 SERGEANT PETERSON: Where are they at, 23?

OFFICER AVERILL: Shots fired! Shots fired! He's shooting at us! He's running (inaudible) - white, wife-beater. Freeze! Freeze!

04-16-17:16:45

SERGEANT BLASER: Did I copy shots fired?

OFFICER AVERDLL: Shots fired. Drobney, are you okay?

OFFICER DROBNEY: 10-4,10-4.

OFFICER AVERILL: Where did he go? Where did he go?

OFFICER AVERILL: Southbound - southbound from 17th.

SERGEANT BLASER: All units clear the air. Were shots fired; yes or no?

OFFICER AVERILL: Shots fired. Multiple shots fired.

04-16-17:17:13

OFFICER DROBNEY: He is between the houses, 1556 - he's running to his house. He's running to his house. Off 17th.

04-16-17:17:27

SERGEANT PETERSON: 222, 10-60; his house.

04-16-17:17:34

DISPATCHER: Centre, copy. The Kelton Trice house?

04-16-17:17:39

SERGEANT PETERSON: Go back by the garage.

04-16-17:18:00

SERGEANT BLASER: Shots fired. Multiple shots fired.

SERGEANT PETERSON: (Inaudible). I'm shot. I've been hit twice.

04-16-17:18:14

DISPATCHER: Location for victim.

SERGEANT PETERSON: Kelton's house. I've been hit twice. Suspect is hit.

DISPATCHER: 10-4; Ambulance will be en route.

04-16-17:18:40

OFFICER AVERILL: Paramedic; roll a medic?

DISPATCHER: Medics advised.

04-16-17:18:59

SERGEANT BLASER: Drobney, how bad are you?

04-16-17:19:04

OFFICER DROBNEY: I'm secure; I'm secure.

04-16-17:19:13

OFFICER AVERILL: 10-78. We're going to need additional units now. We got a crowd forming.

DISPATCHER: 10-4.

04-16-17:19:22

(Unintelligible).

04-16-17:19:28

SERGEANT BLASER: Centre, 2281; I need County, State, Silvis - any unit that can assist. We're going to have a big crowd problem here real shortly.

DISPATCHER: 10-4, on it.

04-16-17:20:28

OFFICER AVERILL: Centre, tell medics - never mind, I'll tell them.

04-16-17:20:41

OFFICER AVERILL: Centre, 221, correction - stand-by.

04-16-17:21:12

OFFICER AVERILL: Centre, 222; 23, Silvis, responding units, we need back-up at the corner of 10th Avenue and 17th Street - 10th Avenue and 17th Street. I got a large crowd.

SERGEANT PETERSON: Get back; get back.

DISPATCHER: 10-4; 17 Street, 4 Avenue?

04-16-17:21:30

(Two mic clicks).

04-16-17:21:42

SERGEANT BLASER: All right. Let's back up and get our perimeter here.

OFFICER AVERILL: Center, 222; taking a perimeter position at 17th Street, 10th Avenue, 17th Street, 10th Avenue.

DISPATCHER: 10-4, 17th Street, 10th Avenue.

SERGEANT PETERSON: Centre, can we get a second ambulance down here, please.

DISPATCHER: Affirmative.

04-16-17:22:24

(Unintelligible)

OFFICER BLASER: And 223, we want back-up and secure our perimeter here around our vehicles.

OFFICER AVERTLL: 10-4.

OFFICER BLASER: Unless we got a crime scene up there; do we?

OFFICER AVERELL: Yeah, up by the park.

SERGEANT BLASER: All right. Let's - let's back up a little bit and secure what we got here.

04-16-17:23:05

SERGEANT BLASER: Centre, what's the status of my back-up units?

DISPATCHER: Silvis, County, State, and Moline are en route.

SERGEANT BLASER: Okay.

04-16-17:23:22

OFFICER DROBNEY: Right there. Right there.

04-16-17:23:46

SERGEANT GASS: Centre, 1225, 10-23.

04-16-17:25:55

DISPATCHER: 22, to l.

SERGEANT BLASER: Go ahead.

DISPATCHER: 10-4 to call, ah, our on-call and crime scene?

SERGEANT BLASER: Absolutely. Put a call into the Chief too for me. We got one officer hit and wounded. We got one suspect down.

DISPATCHER: 10-4, confirming just one officer then, plus the suspect?

SERGEANT BLASER: 10-4.

SERGEANT BLASER: 81, from 68; what do you have?

SERGEANT BLASER: 10 Avenue and 17th Street, we got a big crowd.

LIEUTENANT SHOWALTER: 10-4.

CHIEF MORENO: Center, 2-Adam-64.

DISPATCHER: 2-Adam-64, Center; go ahead.

CHIEF MORENO: I've been

DISPATCHER: Your traffic cut out, 2-Adam-64.

04-16-17:26:48

CHIEF MORENO: (Unintelligible), 264

04-16-17:26:53

CHIEF MORENO: Centre, 2-Adam-6 -

04-16-17:27:06

(Mic click).

04-16-17:27:33

CHIEF MORENO: Centre, 2-Adam-64;

04-16-17:27:38

DISPATCHER: 2-Adam-64, Centre; Go ahead.

CHIEF MORENO: I've been advised - 21 - or Showalter, 2-Adam-64. Go ahead.

CHIEF MORENO: Why don't you go ahead and activate your team.

LIEUTENANT SHOWALTER: 10-4.

(End of Recordings)

(Moline Police CID Secretary Doreen Adlfinger acted as transcriber.)

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