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United States v. Jones

United States District Court, W.D. Missouri, Western Division

May 29, 2019

United States of America, Plaintiff,
v.
Donzell A. Jones, Defendant.

          REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION

          JOHN T. MAUGHMER UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE

         Pending before the Court is the Motion to Suppress Illegally Obtained Evidence (Doc. #26) filed on February 14, 2019, by defendant Donzell Jones (“Jones”). On April 16, 2019, the undersigned held an evidentiary hearing on Jones' motion. Jones was present and appeared pro se. The government was represented by Assistant United States Attorney Matthew Moeder. At the evidentiary hearing, three witnesses testified - Jones, as well as Officer Warner Stumphaus and Detective Sergeant Mike Buente, both with the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department. Additionally, the following exhibits were admitted into evidence:

Number Description
Gov't. #1 Aerial map
Gov't. #2 Dash cam video [Stumphaus]
Gov't. #3 Dash cam video [Lynn]
Gov't. #4 CAD logs
Gov't. #5 Radio dispatch recording
Gov't. #6 Firearm photo
Gov't. #7 KCPD Detective Investigation Report

         On the basis of all the evidence adduced at the evidentiary hearing, the undersigned submits the following:

         PROPOSEDFINDINGSOFFACT[1]

         1. On June 5, 2016, Warner Stumphaus was a patrol officer with the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department working in the Metro Patrol Division and Mike Buente was a detective with the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department assigned to the Assault Squad. Tr. at 4-5, 28, 39-40.

         2. At approximately 12:30 p.m., Officer Stumphaus was dispatched to the area of 58th Street and Olive Street in Kansas City after an armed robbery had been reported through the 911 system by a victim of the robbery (Keith Brown). Tr. at 5-6, 28, Gov't #5.

         3. The dispatch radio report received by Officer Stumphaus noted that the suspect in the robbery was a black male armed with a gun, wearing red shoes, blue pants, a red, white, and blue shirt, and a gray hat, who was last seen running toward Prospect Avenue. Tr. at 6.

         4. During his response to the area, Officer Stumphaus spoke with the robbery victim, Mr. Brown, who pointed to a man walking north ...


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