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David Shane BOYLES


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  • Nom David Shane BOYLES 
    ID personne I267793  Notre Grande Famille
    Dernière modif. 14 sept 2018 

    Père David Martin BOYLES 
    Mère Juanita Rae YERKES 
    ID Famille F109986  Feuille familiale  |  Tableau familial

  • Notes 
    • Anchorage police: Phone thief fights with officers during arrest

      pencil Author: Jerzy Shedlock
      clock Updated: February 7, 2017 calendar Published February 6, 2017

      Anchorage police say a 45-year-old man fought with three officers during an arrest stemming from the attempted sale of a stolen phone.

      David S. Boyles was jailed on a felony probation violation warrant. He also has been charged with possession of stolen property, resisting and assault on an officer, the police department said in a Monday night statement.

      At 3:52 p.m. Monday, police got a call from an employee at High Frequency Wireless. The caller told police a man in the store was trying to sell a phone previously stolen from Device Pitstop, an electronics store, on Saturday.

      Officers reportedly met face-to-face with Boyles inside High Frequency.

      "(Boyles) refused to comply with officer commands and began physically fighting all three officers," police said. "After a few minutes an officer gave a Taser warning. Boyles was tased after continuing to fight and refusing to obey officer instructions."

      The police department's statement does not say how long the fight lasted until officers were able to arrest Boyles, who was taken to a local hospital and medically cleared.

      "Boyles exhibited signs of drug use to include extremely heightened physical strength," the statement says.

      Additionally, police said a Volkswagen Golf, originally stolen from the 500 block of East Benson Boulevard on Wednesday and used during the Device Pitstop burglary on Saturday, was recovered Monday night in Midtown Anchorage.

      The car was left running and unattended when it was stolen, police said.
    • David Boyles arrested for causing a car crash while driving impaired

      Just before midnight on Saturday, December 16, 2017, an APD Officer was stopped at a red light on 5th Avenue at Karluk. Once the light turned green, the officer saw the driver of a black Dodge Durango exhibit signs of impairment. The officer activated his emergency lights and siren on 5th Avenue near Juneau Street. The Durango was slow to yield and proceeded through a red light at 5th and Ingra. After clearing the intersection, the Durango accelerated at a rapid pace. Once it was clear the Durango was not going to stop, the officer disengaged and pulled over to the shoulder of the roadway.

      The Durango continued down the roadway at a high rate of speed and ran the red light at 5th and Gambell. The Durango struck a sedan that was in the intersection on a green light which disabled both vehicles. One officer went over to check on the passengers inside the sedan while a second officer approached the Durango. The driver of the Durango ignored the officer’s commands, jumped out of the window, and ran from the scene.

      The driver slipped and fell in the alley between 5th and 6th Avenue. He got back up and ran towards 6th and Gambell. The officer tased the driver who fell to the ground; despite being tased the driver ignored the officer’s commands and continued to try to move and get up. The driver was also reaching into his pocket. After a second Taser deployment the officer was able to get the driver into handcuffs. There was a chemical smell emitting from the driver and the driver also exhibited a heightened level of strength; both of which are indications of drug use.

      The driver, 46-year-old David S. Boyles, was driven to the hospital for medical clearance and then transported to the Anchorage Jail where he was remanded on charges of Fail to Stop at the Direction of a Police Officer, Resisting Arrest, two counts of Assault II, Leaving the Scene of an Injury Crash, Driving Under the Influence, Criminal Mischief III, and Reckless Driving.

      Both occupants of the Sedan were transported to a hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

      APD Case 17-51667