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Court Case - Verdict Found State of San Andreas vs Chris Ambler

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  1. Cinnaduma

    Cinnaduma Member Supporter Department of Justice Criminal

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    Arraigned By: TBD
    Prosecutor: TBD
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    Case number: 809
    Charges: (Code & written)
    F5 (Grand Larceny) - Not Guilty

    Defendant: Chris Ambler

    Defense Attorney: N/A

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    Arresting (Charging Agency) Officer: Lt. Wright

    Officer(s) Involved: Sgt. Galante

    Witnesses: N/A

    Evidence:
    1x Lockpick, 2x Bags of Weed, $25,904

    Incident Summary:
    On 03/18/2020 at approx 2:30 PM, Sgt. Galante was off-duty when he radioed in about an
    individual in a green shirt and green hat attempting to gain entry into a white Zentorno with an
    orange stripe at Yoon's garage. Sgt. Galante continued giving status updates of the individual
    until Lt. Wright was able to arrive in the area, to which Sgt. Galante and Lt. Wright both had no
    visual as the vehicle had begun to leave and was last seen heading North. Lt. Wright continued
    North on Milton Dr. and regained visual on the white Zentorno on Mt. Vinewood Dr. where he
    initiated his emergency equipment and initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle. The vehicle pulled
    over and Lt. Wright began running the plate (87XSN958) and found the vehicle had no active
    licensed owner or registration and called for additionals. Once additionals arrived, the driver,
    identified shortly after as "CHRIS AMBLER" via the ID in his wallet, stepped out and was ordered
    to his knees. He was handcuffed and detained and read his rights, to which he understood and
    when asked if he'd like to continue speaking, claimed "not really". He was patted down on
    scene for any weapons in his possession (None found), to which a large amount of cash was
    found in his possession ($26,307). After being placed in Sgt. King's cruiser and transported to
    MRPD he was searched further, where a lock picking set was found as well as two bags of
    marijuana on his person. He was then questioned about the items by detective Marx, then
    turned over to Lt. Wright and Trooper Davis for further questioning. Mr. Ambler then stated that
    we "needed to hurry up and get things over with" and would not comply with any further
    questioning. As a result, he was asked for his guilty plea and plead NOT GUILTY to 1x Grand
    Larceny and was sentenced to 60 months in Boilingbroke and issued a $5,000 fine by the state.
    As a result of the driver being in possession of a stolen vehicle, the funds in his wallet were
    seized on suspicion of being gained illegitimately and were withheld for further investigation.

    EVIDENCE OF ITEMS IN HIS POSESSION: https://imgur.com/a/sKQJwAb
     

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  2. Asu40

    Asu40 Active Member Department of Justice Chief Justice

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    At this time I find there to be sufficient and probable cause in allowing this case to proceed.
    Trial begins on the 19th day of March at 1200 hours
    Trial ends on 25th day of March at 1200 hours
    The Trial will last 7 days


    Supreme Court,
    Chief Justice David Johnson
     
  3. Asu40

    Asu40 Active Member Department of Justice Chief Justice

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  4. Asu40

    Asu40 Active Member Department of Justice Chief Justice

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    At this time I find Mr. Ambler "Guilty" on all charges

    Supreme Court,
    Chief Justice David Johnson
     

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