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time. You are flot obligated to answer auy questions.

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It is, uh, February 13, Wednesday, approximately 1528 houts, which is 3:28 pm. This is Sergeaat Hong, H-O-N-G, and in the room is, uh, r:m, Of,ficer Tu, along with others, they can introduce themselves.
Doctor Johnson, badge 26. J-O-H-N-S-O-N.
(Sara) Burdick with (Rains), (Luchia), (Stern), B-U-R-D-I-C-K.

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I'm (Harry) Stem, that's S-T-E-R-N. Otricer (Ken) Tu, uh, badge 2S,lastname's T-{J.
(Jonathan) Murphy, M-U-R-P-H-Y, with (unintelligible).

Okay. Okay, (Ken), um, just warma confirm with you and yourrepresentative that you signed the admonition.
Yes, I have.

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Conect? Waiver? All right. So - all right. rank and your badge number?
Police officer, badge number 38.

So,

could you state your

What's your, uh, hire date? With, uh, Berkeley Police Deparfinent? Uh, April2007. Do you have any prior law enforcement experience?

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No. Which patol operations team do you work for cunently?

Cunentlyteam four.
What are your nonnal days work and your normal hours work?

Normal days work are Monday through Thursday, hours work are 2030 houts, which is E:30 pm, to 6:30 am.
What was your, uh, call sign during the shift that - yesterday evening?

4A3.

Nowwhat area or beat is that assigned to?


It's the north Berkeley dountoum area-

Okay. Beattluee?
Beattlnee.

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Okay. And your - team superuisors at the time of the - of yesterday's incident?
SergeanJ Philtips and Sergeant Huynh.

Huynh being, uh, H-U-Y-N-H?


Yes.

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Correct? Phillips, P-H-I-L-L-I-P-S?


Yes.

Are - are they your normal supervisors?


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Okay. LIh, when was the last shift you worked prior to yesterday's shift?

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prwious Thursday?

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Okay. IVhat were the hours you worked?

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Okay. Do youhold any secondary employaent?


No. Did your work any overtime after the last shift and prior to this shift? No.
Have you taken any medication, proscription or otherwise?

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Have you consumed any alcohol in the past 24 hours?

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Do you have ary medical conditions?

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No. Iln sorry, can I clariff one.thing? Yesterday's shift was a - it's aow
Wednesday, right?

Yes. (Unintelligible).
I'rn sorry. The shift before.

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Right. Okay. The Monday before.


The same hours.

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Okay. Um-whenwasthelasttirneyouslept? Andhowlongandbetween


what hours did you sleep? Uh, prior to this interview? Or prior to my shift last night?

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Uh how about both?


Uh, prior to this interview, I slept approximately one hour. Uh, since my last shift, and prior to my previons shift, I slept approximately seven hours. From yesterday's incident, did you sustain any injudes?

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Do you wear any corrective eyeglasses or contact lenses? No. Um - can you describe for me your duty year, or1 your belt, from, uh, your front b- belt buckle going, uh, clockwise, how yoru assembly's made? Clockwise,

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Okay. After yesterday's incident, uh, did your duty gear or duty belt sustain anytype of damage?
No. Uh, regarding the vehicle that you drove yestgrday, what vehicle rnake and model were you.driving during your shift yesterday? It's a Ford Crown Victoria, uh, vehicle 1747. When

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I mean - at the, uh, 12th of February, Tuesday evening-

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Previous sliift. Okay.

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Do you norrnally drive that particular vehicle?


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Are you a single offtcer or a double officer, uh, uh, vehicle?


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Uh - why don't we, uh - at this point, I'm gonna ask you about what you obsaved in terms of the incidelt scene. But before tlat, 'cause it may be, uh, already in your sqb- !n you report. Now do you have a report that you've completed regarding, uh, yesterday's incident?
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All right. Okay. IIh - so - I'm just gonna read it out loud for the tape so we'll know-exactly, uh, which report youte submitting. So - ttds, uh, report is a supplemental report by offrcer Kenneth, K-E-N-N-E-T-H, lastname Tu, T.U, thais Tom Uniou. And the report reads, "On2-12-13 at approximately 2357
hours, I respo:rded to assist with a report of a disturbance between roommates' at2ll6 Altston Way, A-L-LS-T-O-N, Allston Way, the Gaia apartment

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building. Caiq G-A-I-A. I arrived on scene wilh Berkeley police officers (Bmum), badge 16, and smith, badge three. l,j[e coutacted the reporEd party, Ilayes, H-A;-Y-E:S, in &ont of the building. Hayeq reported &at his roomEate, Moore, M-O-OJR-E, was - was schizophrenic andoffhis .medication and had kicked him out of the apartuent. [Iayes stated that Moore *ededto.Ue placed oua 5150 hold. Hayes tookus gpto his residence, aparfinenf number 514, Hayes opened the ftont door with this key, and OfiEcer safr.e to the front lilrowu) called into the aparfirrent ftom the doorstep, Moore I door, and O.fficer @rown) initiated conversation with him. stood by as a gsal6s{, cover officer to keep Hayes separated from Moore. Dudng this
stateme,rts, Moore repeatedly stated that he was being followed by the FBI and that he did not beiieie that we wele real police offi,cers. During the investigation, Officer (Broum) placed Hayes uuder anest for an active ularfant and diricted Officer Smith to tansport him from the scene. Officer Smith placed Hayes in handcuffs and then escorted hirn dovtnstairs to his patol

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Moore that he was being detained for a warrant. Moore became exfemely upset and was Enresponsirre to our verbal commands. Officer (Brovm) then signaled me to aEempt to detain Moore in handcuffs' so I grabbed him by the tefr wrist with both my hands. Moore immediately began screaming and violently pulling away and ttren bact - and then ran back into the apartment, pulling bin u (Brown; and I in u/ith him as we tried to detain him. A person iater ilentified as Sterling S-T-E-R.L-I-N-G, was inside fre aparment living room at the time and for the safety of all parties present, Officer (Brown) directed him, Sterling, to leave the apartment. Sterling complied and weat outside. Moore was able to pull himself out of my grasp and fell on his left me as I side into the matfress in the living room. He th- he ttren began kicking sprawled into sprawled tro|d control attempted to place his right arm in a J onto iis hip io an attempt to prevent him from further kicking me and again -

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it in a rear wrist lock. Moore his body, preventing us from arm under left with this onto his stomach rolled controlling that arm. Offrcer (Brown) requested code three cover, and several o&er BPD units responded to assist. Moore continued to violently resist by
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tyihg to buck m- off- buck me offhim, kicking me and.trying to prrll his_ , right arm away from me. Aftef struggling for several minutes, we were able tsgain controi of Moore's left arm and placed him in handcuffs' Due to his size, we secured his arms behind his back witirtwo sets of handcuffs. After being secr.ued inhandcuffs, Moore continuedto sffeam andqlick'_So other
BPDoffrcors used the ankle strap of a wrap device, wrap, W-R-A'P, wrap device to secule his ankles. Moore continued resisting for a short period of time before appearing to calm down. Once he cakned, we rollsd him onto his side, and Offrcer (Broyrn) confirrned that he was breathing and had a pulse. However, after approximately one minutes, Officer (Brown) reportedthat Moore was no longer breathing and no longerhad apulse. We immediately removed him fronr handcuffs and began CPR. I started compressions until being relieved by Berkeley Fire Departnent para:nedics. I escoled Berkeley Firebepartnentparamedics as theytansported IVloore to Alta Base Hospital. I stood Ly at alta Base Hospital until being relieved by OfEcer Frankel, badge 26; Frankel spelled F-R-A-N-K-E-L." Andthat's the complete resupplemental report?

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Okay. All righr Could you describe for me the general description of the area in which this insident occurred?
Um - okay. 2216 Allston Way is a - it's a apaftment building called the Gaia apartnent building. It's a very large, multiunit, multiple floors over five floor apartlent complex. Um - the - the floors are laid out in a - kind of a rectangular fashion, overlooking a courfyard. Um, the incident took place in apardent 5I4, which is ori the fifth floor of tlte aparfrnent complex. Uh, again, front door faces outto a exterior walkway, ufu,.wittr a railing that oierlookq the, u[ the courtyard. Uh, the interior of the apartnent, from what I saw, I - I only saw the living room of it. It - it was a - it's'a hallway that leads down to a small kitchen and small living room. From what I remember, there was a mathess on the floor against - I mean, you're going in, the wall to the right, um, and I don't remerirbertoo much else about the interior.

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The hallway's approximately,Iwould estimate, ma)&e ten feet long, um, that opens into the living room where the maftress is. Um, I went in - into the hallway, and, um, as far as - as the bed, so the middle of the living room is

where I was.

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About as far as You went in?


Yes. Is the mattress against the right wall the bed you're onto? Yes. That's the bed that he.fell onto?

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Okay. Um - where was - Sterling, to your recollection?


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Okay. So - when you got there, was the door open already? Or did you guys haveto knock?
When we got there, it was closed. Um - the reporting party, Hayes, unlocked
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Yes. He had his own key to the door, unlocked it'


And when the door opened, what did you see? Um - nothing at first, he opened the door, and thqn, uh, Offrcer (Brown) called out to Mr. Moore, the other involved party. What'd she eall him? Do you recall?
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Okay. SoOfficer(Brown)calledhim. Sowhat-whatoccurredthereafterwhen that - after she called him?

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Okay. Um, did Officer (Brown) explain what the pwpose of the police were there for? I believe so. She initiated conversation with Mr. Moore. I was - maybe six feet away between the doorway and Hayes, the reporting party, standing as a reporting party. Okay. Were you able to understand and hear what Officer @rown) was telling Mr. Moore?
She was - speakin' rather quietly, I mean, it's a huge apartment complex, we't'e not tryin'1o have everyotre hear, but - I could hear some of - of what - whatthey were talkin' about

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A little bit.

To the best of your recollection, and the - underqtanding you were - a- away, and she was whispering, my - anything you can recil.ll as to what she was asking Mr. Moore ortelling Mr. Moore? I believe I remember her asking Mr. Moorb about rvhat the issue was with the roommate, who lived in there, things like that

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Okay. um - and tlren, uh - and then what happened after that? Um - so after that, they were both IDed at - identified at one point...
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..,um - and the information was passed to, uh, Officer Smith, who began conducting record checks. Uh'.. When you say record checkq, he's using his radio? Yes.

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He's, uh, providing the identifying information of both parties to our records bureau, uh, to provide - to do, uh - corpus and NCIC checks.
So he's doin' -

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NCIC meanin'he's doin'warrant checks...

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Warrant checks, probation status...


...based on first name, last name, birth dates, et cetera...

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Yes. Got it. Okay. And then what did he find out?

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I guess, utu it was determined that (Gwen), utr, tasked, uh, Officer Ofificer warrant. Um Hayes had a active Smith with confirmiag that warrant and then. tansporting her from the scene. So Officer Smithtook custody of Hayes, uh, and escorted him away from the

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Got it. And - while you and Offrcer (Brovm) are outsidg from what understand, Officer Smith left with Hayes...
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jail for his aclive waffant.

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Okay. Do you know - do you remember - do you know whaf the wanant was
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I was, um - I was on channel one, monitoring regular radio. traffic, so I don't know what the warrant was for.

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Okay. So. Ml. Hayes and Officer Smith is now gone'


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he could step outside a little fiuther and talk to us just outside ttre apartment, um, just outside the doorway
asked, uh, I\ft. Moore
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Mr. Moore agreed and came outside and was sbnding on the lauding with us. Uh, at that point, uh, Offlcer (Brown), uh, infrcrmed, . uh, IvIr. Moore that he also had a warrant and that he was gonna be a
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detained or.arrested for that warrant. Um - iW. Moore became - pretty upset. It was - just - was yellin', "No," things like, '1rlo," and things like, "I need to call the FBI," rnd.irrst makin' statem.xfs like that. um - officer (Brovun) yras tryin' to - tryin, to latt him down verbally, just get him to calm_down He - he wasn't - he wasn't listening, he wasn't caiming, he wasn't iistening to her verbal commands or anything So at that point, she signaled me to - to - try and detain him in handcuffs, go hands-on with him.

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Okay. Can I intemrpt?


Um - so when, uh, Offrcer @rown) told you that, um - she verbally told you that Mr. Moore had a warrant?
I mean, she told Mr. Moore in my presence that he had a warrant

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Okay. Do you know how she foturd out about the warrant?

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Okay. And - you said to the best of your fecollectior, when Mr. Moore found outthat he had a warrant, he became upset, conect?
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Okay. And you said just a seconds ago that, um - that Mr. Moore was saying tirat he needed to call the FBI.
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He - he started to elevate his voice towards us. I wouldnt say at the timete's screaming, but he's - definitely starting to get - more and more upsel Voice is getting higher...

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Okay. So, uh, at - one - and at one point, Officer (Brown) asked you to do what, take ahold of him?
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It - it was all aonverbal between Officer (Brown) and I, she - when it became clear that Mr. Moore was not goin'to - calm down and comply with het verbal just commands, she - looked at me, nodded towards - towards Mr. Moore, looked at me like this and - indicated like that'
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That the - dirqcted the head - 'cause the head shake towards Mr. Moore.

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Okay. And you knew what exactly what she was referrin'to, and so you moved in?

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Okay. And to your recollection, IvIr. Moore understood what you guys were
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I - I grabbed - so I used both my hands, and I grabbed hdt. M9or9's right - uh, ,o, *ittut time - grabbed his left wrist, uh, I got atwo-handed gnp on his left wrist. Um - I believe at the same time Offrcer @rown) moved in as well and Mr. engaged the other side of his body. As soon as I made contact with as he as hard pulling away M;;, he just started screaming, um - he was nrnning could, tying to flail his a:ms, and then he - started backing up and he just - I while, grip for a my i*t" tL apuiment. Uh - I was able to maintain apattment, the couldnt iop him, he was so big. Just kept pulling u1 back into w- we'te we're still trotdng on. We - he pulls us through that hallway, and

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coming towards the bed in the living room. At that time, I see Mr. Sterling sitting on the bed. Mr. Sterling immediately jurups 1q), runs to the other side of the room, uh, we come crashin'through, Mr. Moore breaks free of my grip, falls onto the bed, um, and just starts kicking at me.

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withhis feet.

Can I intemrpt? So, uh - to your recollection, uh, what is Mr. Uh, Moore's, uh, gender?

Llh - IVIr. Moore is a - is a male. Ivftn-hm. tYur l.rr' But - I believe he's a - transgender male? Or...

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Okay. Um - howtall was he?


Maybe five nine, flve ten?

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Okay. How much you thirk he weighs?


Uh, approximately 350 pounds.

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Okay. So he's a large man.


Yes.

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Okay what made you, uh, believe that he was transgender? What physical
appearances?

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Uh, extemely highgitched voice, um - and - just - I guess ttre - the - the facial features are starting - or - look - somewhat feminine, too, and the clothing he wmt weadng urus a - was a skirt with a - like awrap-around slart and - and kind of a tube-top upper top clothing

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Did he have any type of women, uh,


No, he had tong hair, and...

uh,. women's.make-up on?

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Long hair? How long?


I - I believe a little past the shoulders. Uh, not too clear on that.

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Do you recall what the top and then the skirt looked like? To what was the what it was - what it looked - what was the description of his - top and the skirt?

like a - a - light:colored, realty thin material 'uh like a - a l- not a lace material, but a reaily, really thinmaterial, tube top that kinda went, uh, 6 little above the belly button to the upper chest. I-Ih, ald the skirt was, uh, almost the same material, wrap-around skirt.
So the cop, again, is

almost

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Okay. That was...


Was there a certain color or pattern to it?

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I don't remember apattern, but - I - I justrememberitwas alightereolor, maybe like a beige or - color, something like that'

Right. How - how tall are You?


I'm, uh, approximately six three. OkaY. How much do You weigh? Two hundred and thirry pounds'
So you are,

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um - so, you know, so you're now on the bed, and he's starting to

kick.
Yes.

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That's where we left off.


Yes.

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Now up to that point, would you k- would you describe IVh. Moore as a strong
person? Yes.

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Okay. Would you believe that he was, uh, overpowering you and Officer
(Brown)?

Yes.

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Uh, so he's now Iaid down on this, uh, makeshift matkess that we described?
Yes.
Is he on his stomach or on his back?

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He's facing the wall, so he's on his

left side.

Okay.

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At - at the - initially, when he fust fell dovun.


And you said he was kicking at you.
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Um -,a11right, so go ahead and continue.


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So - at that point, now that he's down, um, to prevent

him from kicking me,

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uh, I sprawl on top of his hips. torso on his hips, and that ailows me to kinda control his legs and his hip to keep him frorn, you know, thrashing too mu.ch and kicking me in the chest and legs anymore. Um., once I'm in thatposition, I kinda have a good reach to his right arm,'cause it's right in front of me, so I'm able to grab his dght arm, force it behind him, and I - I'm able to - to get into a rear wist 1ock. So now I've got contol of liis right arin. Um - at some point, he - he r- he rolled onto his stomach, and his left arm is.underneath hinl um, and he's not - he's not givin'it up. So Officer (Brown) can't access that arm. Both my arms are tied up, I can[ help her at all as far as hyin'to restrain the other arm. Uh, Offrcer @rown) calls for acover, I believe code three cover, and after several minutes, uh, several other Berkeley police units anive to assist. So - by sprawl,

I - I put t]re - my entire upper

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Okay. Do yourecall, um: so fou and Officer (Brown) are the ones inside?
Yes.

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Uh, actually, almost immediately, once he popped up, urn, Officer (Brown) directed Sterling to - to go outside.
He complied?

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Yeah,'he complied.

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Okay. Um - you and Officer (Brown) are inside, and who are the other officers that came in, um - um - to assist you? Do you recall?
Um - the very first one to come in, I believe, was officer Smith, and tlen after that, I remember Officer Mathis, Gardner, and Castimiler, Um " I - [ don't
remember anYone else.

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Okay. So you remember inside the apartment with you and Officer (Brown) is Officer (Brandon) Smith, S-M-I-T-H; Offi.cer (Brian) Mathis, M-A'T'H-IS; Officer Tim Gardner, G-A-R-D-N-E-R; anil Officer Castimiler, C-A-S-T-IM'I-L-E-R, Castimiler, conect?
Yes.

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four additional officers you recall being inside the aparfnent, uh, with you and Officer @rowni as you guys were, uh, f,ghting with, uh, as you g;uys were struggling with off - urn, Mr. Moore, correct?

Ard those

are the, uh,

Yes.
So how did you guys eventually take control of him,

if - if you did so?

Um, we were able to - orce we got control of his arms, we used two sets of handcuffs to handcuff his arms behind his back, At one poinl, due to his kicking, uh, the - the wrap was deployed, but only the ankle shap was used.

7uQ:okay.Soyou.weresuccessfulinhandcuffrnghirn.

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Yes.

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You guYs used two sets'

Two sets behind the back,


WhY? Uh, due to his large size, we didn't wanna - you know, one set would not have
been aviable oPtion.

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so the handcuffs are completely, uh, on


Yes. -..and now you are

him"'

trying to restrain his legs'

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And with the,


Yes.

uh

ankle strap parse- portion of the wrap device, correct?

Were you guys able to, uh, secure and r- restrain his legs?

I believe it - it was actually deployed to hirn


Other than being deployed, it was - he - he.,.

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I mean, it was - used on him.


...wrapped it - used on him. Okay. And so now I - is he still kicking - evgn though he's handcuffed, even though his, uh, legs hre now - ankles are - are tied together with the shap, is he still physically resisting? Yeah, once - once he was secrued, he - he still struggled. He was screaming aud kieking briefly, um, and before - at least to me, it appeared he - he decided to - or he calmed down a little he stopped strui;gling so much. He siopped struggling. LIh...

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Okay.

..timewise - I really can't say how long it continued after - uh, it wasn't very long, but - he did continue afrer being secured.
To the best of your recollection, from the time that when you and Offtcer (Brown) went hands-on meaning you - you took physical hold of Mr. Moore to the time that he was trow restrained in handcuffs, with - his ankles minutes it was during that duration? Oh, gosh. Maybe - I'd say anywhere between three to five minutes.

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Okay. So he's calmed down. Conect?


Yes.

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Once he's calmed do11n,. um, he's no longel kigking at us, we rolled him onto

his side. Um - we rolled him onto his - left side'

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OkaY. And whY did You do that?


Uh, to prevent oxygen asphSxiation'

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okay. It's part of the training that youreceived?


Yes.

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Okay. And while he's on his left side, he's, uh - is he still calm now at this
point?
-I Yes, at this point he's - he's - he's - not responding to questions, but, um and remember Office. (Brown) reporting that he was - did occur breathing, chest was moving with breath, and he did have a -

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a- catotid pulse.

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Olcay. Did you at ary time during the struggle, the tlueg-to-five-minute rnuggfe yoohud with iVIr., uh, Moore, did you at all strike him in anyway?

No'
Open hand, close&hand, no strikes?

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No.

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Did You kick him in anY waY?


No, Did You use Your, uh, OC sPraY? No. Did You use Your baton? No,
uh, Did you - did you use any other, uh, um, item on your duty belt that is, hard to strike him with?

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Did you use the firearm in any way to, uh, his Mr' Moore?
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Did you see


As far as

if Officer (Brandon)

Smittr used any

ffie of strikes or kicks?

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I saw, no

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Did you see Officeq uh, Smith use LC?


No.

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Did you see hirn use a baton?


No.

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Did you see No.

if officer Smith

ever used any type of blunt object?

or kicks? uh, from officer Mathis. Did you see if he used any strikes

No.

Any OCs?
No.

Any baton use?


No,

Any other blunt objects?


No. nor Mathis use their And I'11 go back, and you did not see officer smith firearm in anY waY?
Correct.

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Theiriduty Pistol?

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AnY OCs?

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No'
AnY fireann use?

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Not you see any strikes or Um - second to last, Castimiler, Offrcer Castimiler, did
kicks?

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AnY OC use?

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No'
Baton?

No'
Uh, blunt object?

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No'
AnY firearm ?

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No'

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And lastly, for Officer, uh, (Browu), aia you use - see her deploy any stikes
or kicks?

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Any OC?
No. Baton? No.

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Any other blunt objects?


No.

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uh, her firearm?

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Okay. Was the struggle primarily - one last'- on the bed itself not on the
ground?

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It was ahnost entiretY on the bed,

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bed. And at one point - at - at what point was he l- where was he laid on his side? On ttre bed or on the ground?
On the On his side, he was, uh,

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still on the - on the mattress

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Okay. Oh, so you kept lrim on the mathess the entire tiriie. Yes. Yes.
Now, uh, we left offwhere, um - which offrcer ohecked to breathing and he had a pulse and he was fine?
I-Ih, Offrcer (Brown).
see he was

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I'd say maybe - maybe about a minute after - after we rolled him onto his side, um - offiser (Brown) reporiinq tlrat sh9 didn't think {e. was breathing any more, and she could no longer feel a pulse at the carotid.
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And she verbalized this to everybody?


Yes.

After about a minute? Is ttrat what you said?


Yes That's - um - afterabout aminute from whatpoint? From rolling, uh, NIr. (Brown) - I'm sorry. After - a minute after rolling Mr. Moore onto his side.

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Okay. A minute uft*l - after rolling him onto his side,


Yes.

Correct, Okay...
That's what he said.

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Officer (Brown), o- annoutrced to everybody that, uh, Mr. Moore'was not - Mr. Moore was not brealhing and had no pulse, what did you do? What did the officers do? Iriciuding yourself)
So thdn, uh, now that

Uh,weimmediatelyremovedhimfromhandcuffs. Uh-movedhimtohis back and onto, uh, the floor so we could - start CPR, I believe - I believe Officer Gw- uh, (Brown) is the one who - uh - cleared his airway or checked
his airway, and then, uh, I began compressions.

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Okay. And you began compressionsYes.

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Do you remember who, uh, released the handcuffs?


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no,I don't.
the legs

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I don't know.

still restrained?

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Okay. So, uh, Officer (Brown) is doing the, uh, airway, and you are doing the
compressions
Yes.

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Do you recall who requested, um - it - was there at aily point before this or up until now that the pararnedics were summoned?

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I doh't know.
You don't know? Okay. Do you know - or do you recall hearing who - do you recall anybody requesting paramedics at this point? Uh, yeah, I dont remember who was, but I remember hearing the request over
the radio for - for fire department.

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Okay. And (unintelligible) do you recall the, uh, why the request was made over the - do you reimember the words used by the...
I don't.
Got

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But you,.uh - but you - you recognized it was radio

taffic regarding

the request for, uh... Yes.


..,, uh, Berkeley Fire Department paramedics.

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Yes.

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Okay. About how long do you estimate you wore doing chest compressions
before the paramedics anived?

A few minutes, um - I - best guess , again,another maybe - another maybe


three to five minutes...

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Now the fire, arnbulance - paramedics arrived,..


Yeq, ..and did they take

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All right. And - was, uh - and then was Mr. Moore, uh, taken by the
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Yes.

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Okay. So he was loaded up in to standard, uh, gumey, and they wheeled him away and took him a- took him down, et ceter4 and took him to the hospital? Yes. Yes. Okay. Were you still present when they, uh - when Mr. Moore was taken by
the Pararnedics? Yes.

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Okay. After the paramedics Ieft, qm - scratch that. Um - at this point were there any superisors on scene?
Yes.

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Who's on scene?
Sergeant

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Phillips - and Sergeant (Cardoza).

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Do you remember - do you know, uh, at what point Sergeant Phillips and
Sergeant (Cardoza) arrived?

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I don't recall. Don't recall? Okay. Now, uh - what oceuned, uh to the best of your ' recollection after Mr. Phillip - I\ilr. Moore was taken and qnly the ofEcers remained in the - what occuned - generally, what occuned afterthat?

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Um - ['m not sure, I got tasked with escorting the ambulance to the hospital,
So...

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Got it. ...I - I traveled down the ambulance to Alta Base.


So you,- you, uh,

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followed ttre ambulance'

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In Your Pafrol vehicle.


Yes.

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To AltaBase?
Yes.

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Um - and they - and then Mr. Moore was taken to the emergency room?
Yes,

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Okay. Do recall, um, uh, uh, if - okay- And then after that, you stayed
hosPital.

at the

Until relieved,

Yes.

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Until relieved. Who relieved you?


Uh, officerFrankel. Do you recall what - tlretime that you were relieved?

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LIh,uh,appmximately0130hours. Alittleafter0130.

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okay. And thereafter, ybujust refilrned to the station?


Yes.

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Now can you describe what the - bed was like when you guys fell onto it first? Like - what - what - uh, was a frame to it, I think you said there wasn't - was how far it was offthe gror-rnd?
Um - best of my recollection, I - I don't believe there waS a frame, and I think the - the mattress was sitting on the floor.

Okay. Wasaboxspring? Or...

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Yeah, um - okay, and then you moved him sffto - for when - when you removed the handcuffs, you put him on his back, and you removed him offthe bed to the hard floor, to the carpeted floor when you guys started

compressions? That...

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..,okay. Um - and then separately,I donl know if you already answered this, you don't need to reanswer it. Um . have youhad aprevious contact with Mr.
Moore?

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I can remembef one previous contact, um, a while ago. Uh, it was a welfare check. Um - at a different address. And, agair,I was a cover officer, so I don't remember too much, but I remember it was a - another welfare check, a 5150 eval. Evaluation.
Do youremember

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he was transported?

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Uh - he was not transported at that time.


What about the, uh, other two parties, either of them, either Mr. Sterling or, uh, IvIr. ulu (tlayes)? Have you ha.d contact with them previously?

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I don't - remember any previous contacts withthem-

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Okay. Thankyou.
Um - actually, I have a quick question. Do you know why inde,pendent, uh, why based on radio taftlc, based on what officers told you wheii you guys firsl arrived, why you were sum.moned there in the first place?
To the address? Yeah, to the address. Yeah, we went there - initially, it was a - a - the initial call notes were likb a roommate distprbance, in the notes, uh, the roomrnate was - saying his' uh, I guess he got into an altercation . the reporting parfy repOrted he got into an iltercation with his roommate, who was schizopluenic and off medioations.

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No.

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Okay. Um, do you recognize based on your training experience when a person is under the influence of some type ofnarcotic substance?
Yes.

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Okay. lVould ycu describe Mr., uh, Moore some type of narcotis substance?
Appeared to be, yes.

as being under the

influence

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Appeared to be, okay. Um - would you describe Mr. Moore as having, um being - having - drunk in any way, like the general object of symptoms of somebody under the influence of alcohol?
LIh - I didnt notice the objective - objective symptoms of alcohol, but I wasn't really very close, paying super-close attention in the initial coutact.

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Okay, Do you recall inside the apartment in plain view contraband, illegal - legal items in the aparfuient? I don't.
Okay.

if you sa1ry any kind of

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Were you advised at any point by any parties who were on careen whether there were weapons, uh, in the presence?

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can recall.

Did, uh - (Harry) Stern with a couple of questions. At any point did Mr. Mobre express, uh, the fact that he was having touble breathing or needed
medical assistance? No.

And is it fair to say fhat during the course of the struggle, up unto a certain point, he was jelling or speaking or making noises?
He was screaming. Loudly.

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Okay, And - can you pinpoint a place in time where that stopped, if it
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Um - it - it stopped when - he stopped screamingat the same time he stopped kicking and shuggling And where - where was he placed - where was he physically at that point? Was he on his side, on his stomach... At that poiat, he was still prone on his stomach-

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Let me check something out. Was he put on his side - in response to 'Or just part of the standard practice of how you haindle suspects? as anything? It's - preffy standard.

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sure. From your vantage point, where you - where you were, uh, during this struggle, *otd you - form-an opinion about whether or not Mr. Moore could breathe, uh, ryhen he was in the prone position?
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If I remember correctly, when he was prone, his face was tilted to his right.
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Okay. All right, Um, concludes the interview with Officer Kenneth Tu, T-U, 1615 hours,.that's 4:15 pm, Wednesday, February 13.

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