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    Derrick Washington
            Derrick       Washington
    B/M age 22 6’0” 135
    wearing a black
    tall t-shirt, dark
    blue jeans,
    possibly a blue
    NY hat, and
    black jordans. 


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                   Media Release No.  215 Thursday,  November 14, 2013,  4:32 P.M., CDT

Contact: Sergeant Johnny Williams Jr.  
                      Public Information Officer
                      Telephone No. (205) 254-6567

West Precinct Operation

The Birmingham Police Department reports that the West Precinct Task Force, BPD Neighborhood Enforcement Team (NET) and Operation Closeout Task Force Officers in conjunction with the BPD Detective Bureau executed a two day operation in the West Precinct.  The operation included various traffic checkpoints in key areas of Bessemer Road.  The operation took place on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 and Wednesday, November 13, 2013.  The operation was executed during the evening hours and concentrated on several beats that intersect with Bessemer Road.  The operation revealed multiple traffic violations, criminal offenses and outstanding warrants. Officers also confiscated illegal drugs and guns.

• A total of 14 felony arrests were made with 25 charges.
• A total of 26 misdemeanor arrests were made with 68 charges.
• In addition to the arrests, there were 48 traffic citations written.
4 weapons were seized.
3 vehicles were towed.

Birmingham Police Chief A.C Roper states, “This operation shows that we must continue to engage those persons who refuse to comply with the law.  We understand that there may be additional offenders in this and other areas of town and we will continue our mission to create safer neighborhoods throughout Birmingham.”


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