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Kendrick Lee Allen
104 Amelia Ave
- Failure of Sex Offender to Report (Violation of Probation)
- Dealing in Stolen property (Warrant)
- False Information to a Pawnbroker (Warrant)
- Petit Theft (Warrant)
Paris Devon Jackson
1017 Pine Ridge Circle
- Felony Fleeing and Attempting to Elude Police
Case # 1 -
Detectives assigned to the Special Investigation Division, Tactical Intelligence Team (TIN-D) members conducted surveillance on a
location in the area of N. Boulevard and Columbus Drive in the City of Tampa after receiving information that Kendrick Allen a designated High Risk Sex Offender) was residing in that area.
Mr. Allen had warrants for Violation of Probation - Failure of Sexual Offender to Report and Dealing in Stolen Property. During covert surveillance, TIN D members observed Mr. Allen leaving a residence on foot. Detectives conducted mobile surveillance on Allen until he entered a store parking lot where specialized tactics were utilized to apprehend him Allen without incident.
Case # 2 -
Detectives assigned to the Special Investigation Division, Tactical Intelligence Team(TIN-D) developed information that provided possible locations of Paris Jackson who had a felony warrant for Fleeing to Elude and was wanted for questioning regarding a recent rash of crimes in Eastern Hillsborough County.
Detectives also learned that Paris Jackson was making threats to harm deputies and any other law enforcement if he was confronted.
TIN D members conducted covert surveillance in various locations known for Paris to be at. During surveillance, Jackson was spotted walking in the area of Causeway Blvd and Falkenburg Road in Brandon. Detectives conducted mobile surveillance until
they were able to quickly approach Jackson and utilize specialized tactics to apprehend him without incident.
TIN "D" detectives are responsible for evaluating intelligence information used to identify high priority targets. These suspects are usually believed to be committing high priority crimes or are known to have committed high priority crimes. Detectives also respond to requests from other divisions, districts, and agencies and use various techniques to conduct surveillance on high priority targets and locate wanted subjects.