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Week 6
Property Crime and Typologies
Performance Task
Assignment #2
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CRJ 105 – Crime and Criminal Behavior
Scenario
Case Number: 0998881
Date: 20 May 2016
Reporting Officer: Colt Winchester
Incident Type: Property Crime
Address of Occurrence: 222 Citation Way, Happy Town, GA 15486
Witnesses:
Clifford Tonell: Store owner, Male, 48, White
Bo Foot: Security Officer (Employee), Male, 76, White
Andrea Sianturi: Employee, Female, 27, Asian American
Susan Bunion: Customer: Female, 35, Asian American
Weapon/Objects Used:
On May 20, 2016, at approximately 18:00, officers responded to the Socks for Feet Outlet
located at 222 Citation Way. According to the Socks for Feet Security Officer Bo Foot, three
people entered the store and began walking down the Big Feet area of the store. Security
Officer Bo Foot observed suspect one take three dozen pairs of the Big Guy brand socks and
place them down his pants. Security Officer Bo Foot then followed the three suspects into the
Hammer Toe section of socks where Security Officer Bo Foot observed suspect two place two
dozen pairs of the Hang Nail Free brand of socks into suspect three’s purse. As Security Officer
Bo Foot approached the suspects the suspects began to run. As Suspect one began to run he
bumped Security Officer Foot causing him to fall to the floor. All three suspects ran out of the
store into the back parking lot of the store.
The store owner Clifford Tonell identified the three suspects as:
Suspect (1) Bubba Hurt
Suspect (2) Skeeter Redrum
Suspect (3) Summer Breeze
Please refer to inventory sheet for cost of merchandise stolen.
All three suspects were later apprehended and arrested at the Just for Kicks Martial Arts studio
located at 626 Felony Drive. All of the property was recovered inside Skeeter Redrum’s 1969
Ford Pinto.
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Task
1. Your task as the District Attorney is to determine what charges, if any, and the penalties
(refer to Penalty Sheet in the Document Library) for such charges, for all three individuals
involved in this incident. You should base your answer on an understanding of the
definitions by reviewing the Criminal Code for the State of Georgia: Title 16 Crimes and
Offenses: Offenses involving Theft found in the Document Library.
● Please refer to the inventory sheet for the cost of merchandise stolen.
2. Next, examine the crime scenario and give your opinion on whether the crime committed
was done by amateurs or professionals. (refer to the Document Library)
3. Identify what type of criminal typology could be applied to the suspects based on your
lesson notes. (refer to the Document Library)
Formatting Requirements:
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
● Be four pages typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with oneinch margins on all sides. All the information you need is in the Document Library.
● Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, professor’s
name, the course title, and the date. The cover page is not included in the required
assignment page length.
Self-Assessment Checklist:
Use this to check your work before you submit your assignment:
 My paper determines what charges, if any, and the penalties for the charges, if any.
 My paper presents my opinion about whether the crime(s) committed were done by
amateurs or professionals.
 My paper identifies the type of criminal typology that could be applied to the suspects.
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Rubric
Grading for this assignment will be based on the quality of your responses, logic/organization of
the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following rubric.
Points: 250
Criteria
1. Determine what charges,
if any, and the penalties for
such charges, for all three
individuals involved in this
incident.
Weight 25%
2. Examine the crime
scenario and give your
opinion on whether the
crime committed was done
by amateurs or
professionals.
Assignment 2: Property Crime and Typologies Performance Task
Unacceptable
Below 70% F
Fair
70-79% C
Proficient
80-89% B
Exemplary
90-100% A
Does not determine
what charges, if any,
and the penalties for
such charges, for all
three individuals
involved in this
incident.
Partially determines
what charges, if any,
and the penalties for
such charges, for all
three individuals
involved in this
incident.
Satisfactorily
determines what
charges, if any, and
the penalties for such
charges, for all three
individuals involved
in this incident.
Thoroughly
determines what
charges, if any, and
the penalties for such
charges, for all three
individuals involved
in this incident.
The charges and
penalties need
further development
and supporting
details.
Most of the charges
and penalties were
determined;
additional details
would improve this
section.
Partially examines
the crime scenario
and starts to present
an opinion on
whether the crime
committed was done
by amateurs or
professionals.
Satisfactorily
examines the crime
scenario and gives an
opinion on whether
the crime committed
was done by
amateurs or
professionals.
Does not examine the
crime scenario and
give your opinion on
whether the crime
committed was done
by amateurs or
professionals.
Weight: 25%
Thoroughly examines
the crime scenario
and gives a solid,
well-supported
opinion on whether
the crime committed
was done by
amateurs or
professionals.
More supporting
details about your
opinion would
improve this section.
3. Identify what type of
criminal typology could be
applied based on your
lesson notes.
Does not identify
what type of criminal
typology could be
applied.
Weight: 25%
4. Clarity, writing
mechanics, and formatting
requirements.
More than 6 errors
present.
Partially identifies
what type of criminal
typology could be
applied.
Satisfactorily
identifies what type
of criminal typology
could be applied.
Additional details
about the type of
criminal typology
would improve this
section.
Most of the details
about criminal
typology were
provided.
5-6 errors present.
3-4 errors present.
Thoroughly identifies
what type of criminal
typology could be
applied.
0-2 errors present.
Weight: 25%
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Document Library
CLERKS OFFICE:
HAPPY TOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT
INCIDENT INFORMATION FORM
Date:
Case Number:
Reporting Officer:
20 May 2016
0998881
Colt Winchester
ARRESTED
DOB
HEIGHT
WEIGHT
RACE
GENDER
PRIORS
BUBBA HURT
01/05/1990
6’05
290 lbs
W
M
Y
SKEETER
REDRUM
05/14/1992
6’0
185 lbs
W
M
Y
SUMMER
BREEZE
07/05/1996
5’07
145 lbs
W
F
Y
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CLERKS OFFICE:
HAPPY TOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT
INCIDENT INFORMATION FORM
WITNESS(S)
Date:
Case Number:
Reporting Officer:
20 May 2016
0998881
Colt Winchester
NAME
ADDRESS
PHONE #
Clifford
Tonell
110 FELONY DRIVE,
HAPPY TOWN, GA.
444-555-777
111
MISDEMEANOR
DRIVE , HAPPY
TOWN, GA.
Andrea
Sianturi
136 FELONY CIRCLE
HAPPY TOWN, GA.
Susan
Bunion
128 FELONY LN.
HAPPY TOWN, GA.
Bo Foot
AGE
RACE
GENDER
STORE OWNER
SOCKS FOR FEET
48
W
M
444-111-3333
SECURITY OFFICER
EMPLOYEE
SOCKS FOR FEET
76
W
M
444-999-4444
RETAIL SALES
SOCKS FOR FEET
27
A
F
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
INSTRUCTOR
HAPPY TOWN
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
35
A
F
444-999-5555
OCCUPATION
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SOCKS FOR FEET OUTLET
INVENTORY SHEET
MAY 20, 2016
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
COST PER
PAIR OF SOCKS
PAIRS
MISSING
TOTAL
MENS SOCKS
BIG GUY BRAND
$12.00
36
$432.00
MENS SOCKS
HANG NAIL FREE
$10.00
24
$240.00
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STATE OF GEORGIA
CRIMINAL HISTORY
Subject Name(s)
BUBBA HERT (AKA)
HURT, BUBBA BEAUREGARD
Subject Description
FBI Number
618079JA8
State Id Number
GA183246 (GA)
Social Security Number
666-66-6666
Driver’s License Number
S0055-2826-4895-L (GA)
DOC Number
146023-A (GA)
Miscellaneous Numbers
Unknown
Sex
Male
Race
White
Skin Tone
Medium
Height
6”05’ (2016-03-16)
Weight
290 Pounds (2016-03-16)
Date of Birth
1990-01-05
Hair Color
Black (2016-03-16)
Eye Color
Brown (2016-03-16)
Fingerprint Pattern
COPO1317161817131918 (FPC)
Scars, Marks, and Tattoos
Code
Unknown Code (2016-03-16)
Unknown Code (2016-03-16)
PRCD L EAR (NCIC; (2016-03-16)
Description, Comments, and Images
SCAR LEG, RIGHT (GA00782800)
Embedded Image (GA0782800;) (2016-03-16)
Prison intake photo
SCAR CALF, RIGHT (GA0415000)
Contact agency for image
PIERCED EAR, LEFT (GA0415000)
Contact agency for image
Blood Type
Unknown
Medical Condition
Code Unknown Drug abuse
Place of Birth
Georgia
Citizenship
US (1990-01-05)
Ethnicity
White
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Marital Status
Single (2016-03-16)
Employment
Employment as of
Occupation
Employer
Mailing Address
Religion
Unknown (2016-03-16)
1985-09-11
Metal stamping
Happy Metals, Inc.
1000 Violation Road
Happy County
Happy, GA 001133 US
Residence
Residence as of
Mailing Address
Telephone
2016-05-11
6025 N Misdemeanor St. Happy Town, GA.
444-012-5469
Fingerprint Images
Type
Ten print set (1985-09-11)
Comments and Images
Contact agency for image (GA0415000)
Palmprint Images
Type
Both palms (1985-09-11)
Photo Images
Type
Mugshot (2016-05-11)
DNA Data
Encoding Method
STR (1989-03-28)
Comments and Images
Contact agency for image (GA0415000)
Juvenile
Comments and Images
Contact agency for image (GA0415000)
Data and Comments
DNA locus data table follows (GA013415Y)
Locus
Value
Locus
Amelogenin
X, Y
CSF1PO
D13S317
11
D16S539
D18S51
12, 17
D21S11
D3S1358
14, 17
D5S818
D7S820
9, 12
D8S1179
FGA
22, 24
TH01
TPOX
8
vWA
Value
11, 12
12
29.1, 32.2
11, 12
11
6, 7
14, 16
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Criminal History
Cycle 001
Tracking Number
Earliest Event Date
04151984375826
2016-02-01
Arrest
(Cycle 001)
Arrest Date
2016-02-01
Arresting Agency
GA0415000
Subject Name(s)
HURT, BUBBA BEAUREGARD
Offender ID Number 169591 (Police Dept)
Arrest Type Adult
Charge
Charge Number 01
Agency GA0415000
Charge Description SHOPLIFTING
Statute GA 943.10
NCIC Offense Code 2299
Counts 01
Severity Misdemeanor
Charge
Charge Number 02
Agency GA0415000
Charge Description UNIFORM CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT
Statute GA 161.41
NCIC Offense Code 3562
Counts 01
Severity Felony
Prosecutor Disposition
Prosecutor Agency
Subject Name(s)
(Cycle 001)
GA041013A
Hurt, Bubba Beauregard
Charge
Charge Number 01
Agency GA041013A
Charge Description Shoplifting
Statute GA 943.10
NCIC Offense Code 2299
Counts 01
Severity Felony
Disposition NO PROSECUTION (2016-03-13; Dismissed)
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Charge
Charge Number 02
Agency GA041013A
Charge Description UNIFORM CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT
Statute GA 161.41
NCIC Offense Code 3562
Counts 01
Severity Misdemeanor
Disposition NO PROSECUTION (2016-03-13; Dismissed)
Court Disposition
No data supplied
Sentencing
No data supplied
Corrections
No data supplied
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MEMORANDUM
To: Patrol Division
From: Chief of Police Rodney Hurt
Date: February 2, 2016
Subject: PROACTIVE EXPECTATIONS
The purpose of this memorandum is to establish increase patrols in Zone III of Happy Town.
Both City Council and the Mayor are receiving numerous complaints from citizens in regards to
the increase crime in Happy Town. In addition a recent News Article criticized our police
professionalism.
As a result of a news story, and the concerns from our city leaders effectively immediately there
will be designated patrol officers working with Vice and Narcotics to increase visibility and take
a proactive approach in resolving this issue.
We will be closely monitoring the progress for the upcoming months to ensure the citizens of
our city that they are safe. Remember, when it comes to enforcement efforts, our emphasis
should be the quality of your service.
Rodney Hurt
Chief of Police Happy Town
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DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AMATUER AND PROFESSIONAL CRIMINALS
Setting aside our disgust at the disruption of our value system, there are three major
differences between the professional property offender (thief) and an “amateur” thief. First,
the professional has a diminished moral capacity and multiple victims, while the amateur’s
damage is much more limited. Secondly, the professional plans ahead, has a modus operandi,
and an outlet for his booty (fence). Thirdly, the professional can only be stopped by
incarceration, while the amateur will stop when his situation changes, because his theft is often
a crime of sociological pressure and temporary opportunity (addiction, extreme poverty,
underlying psychological problems, etc.). In sum, the professional must be combated with all
the forces of law, while the amateur needs more sociological and psychological help to get his
behavior back on track. So the law’s identifying the difference is essential to the sociological
remedy.
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Georgia Codes
TITLE 16 – CRIMES AND OFFENSES
CHAPTER 8 – OFFENSES INVOLVING THEFT
ARTICLE 1 – THEFT
§ 16-8-1 – Definitions
O.C.G.A. 16-8-1 (2010)
16-8-1. Definitions
As used in this article, the term:
(1) “Deprive” means, without justification:
(A) To withhold property of another permanently or temporarily; or
(B) To dispose of the property so as to make it unlikely that the owner will recover it.
(2) “Financial institution” means a bank, insurance company, credit union, building and loan association,
investment trust, or other organization held out to the public as a place of deposit of funds or medium of
savings or collective investment.
(3) “Property of another” includes property in which any person other than the accused has an interest but
does not include property belonging to the spouse of an accused or to them jointly.
§ 16-8-2 – Theft by taking
O.C.G.A. 16-8-2 (2010)
16-8-2. Theft by taking
A person commits the offense of theft by taking when he unlawfully takes or, being in lawful possession
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thereof, unlawfully appropriates any property of another with the intention of depriving him of the property,
regardless of the manner in which the property is taken or appropriated.
§ 16-8-3 – Theft by deception
O.C.G.A. 16-8-3 (2010)
16-8-3. Theft by deception
(a) A person commits the offense of theft by deception when he obtains property by any deceitful means or
artful practice with the intention of depriving the owner of the property.
(b) A person deceives if he intentionally:
(1) Creates or confirms another’s impression of an existing fact or past event which is false and which the
accused knows or believes to be false;
(2) Fails to correct a false impression of an existing fact or past event which he has previously created or
confirmed;
(3) Prevents another from acquiring information pertinent to the disposition of the property involved;
(4) Sells or otherwise transfers or encumbers property intentionally failing to disclose a sub …
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