Tucson, Ariz (Cool News 13) – The officer’s abduction took place two months ago in a Culinary Dropout parking lot outside a downtown restaurant.
An unemployed officer is caught on camera pinning two women after a heated argument.
When Robert Szelewski arrested two women, the other woman filmed the case. But it is only a fraction of the situation.
The women are approaching and explaining what happened. We are learning more now.
It is important to note that at the crucial point of the conflict, it is a matter of “she has, she has.” What we see is not the conclusion, but the new elements help to paint a better picture of what went down that day.
There is no record of what happened before and after the officer’s departure.
Safety images outside the building will help set up the platform.
Michelle Allois and her two daughters, Nicole Whitde and Brittany Alicia-Wills, were seen walking in a parking lot.
Officer Robert Szelevsky, who was running late, entered the parking lot.
All three women told police that Michelle Alois had “bad legs and was walking very slowly.”
At the scene, Nicole told police he was “entering at an alarming rate.”
“We jumped to the side and just walked over to him (I raised my hands up),” Alois-Wills said.
Police contacted Szelewski’s wife, who was in the car with their three children that day. She said to one officer, “He came in faster than usual, but they didn’t have to hit the brakes to escape anyone.”
“Because they are in the middle and the curve in the camouflage is slowing down, and she looks like ‘what’? I was like, ‘Move, get out of the parking lot. I’m trying to stop the car, “said Szelewski.
The officer, who reviewed the safety footage, wrote in a police report that the car “slows down and appears to be farther away from the women in approximately 2 parking lots” and “cleansed the women” approximately 5-6 feet “and” made it “. It does not appear to be excessive. “
“So I went in and stopped,” Szelovsky said.
And this is where things get trickier. Security footage shows the three women getting out of the car and approaching Szelevsk.
“We are going out of the car as if we were going to the car. And they come closer and shout. So I asked, ‘What is wrong with you?’ I think so. ” Says Szelevsky.
According to a police report, a woman shows a video of Szelewski “raising her hands to exchange words.”
The women, however, say Szelewski did not start the conflict.
Whitehead Szelevsky jumped out of the car and said, “Walk.” Szelewski says he told them to get out of the way.
“I think we have a right to the road,” he argued.
An official wrote: “It is not clear from this video that the driver made any movement towards the women.”
The video shows Britney Alicia-Wills suddenly entering it.
“I’m going in. What are you going to do? We are crossing the road. I’m literally, I didn’t touch you, I’m going so far, ” said Alyce-Wills.
The women then say Szelewski “Chest Injured” Alicia-Wills. He not only denied it, but said it was her attacker. As she hurried in, she was struck in the chest.
“She goes inside and says, ‘Oh, you’re going to do something, you’re going to do something.’ So I, Boom, download it, ”Szelewski said.
That download took place, Alois-Wills said as she grabbed her head and made her fall to the ground.
“And ‘you are in prison. police officer. You just attacked a police officer, “said Szelewski.
But he never described himself as an officer, according to the women.
“Even if you are an officer, you do not attack just one person.
“The girls are not sure why they just closed the parking lot and went to their car,” Michel Alois told police. Angry, trying to prove a point, bad choice.
When she saw her son on the ground, Aloisy responded quickly.
“I went out to him and said, ‘Come out,’ and I tried to drag him,” she said.
“Call the police,” Britney Alicia Wills shouted, “I’m a police officer.”
Nicole Whitd called 911 and recorded it on her cell phone.
“This man is shouting at my mom and my sister to raise their hands behind their backs. Attack them. ”
Then a good Samaritan, who was a witness, came in. Someone thought he was in trouble, and Szelewski suggested that the women get up.
In the video, he shows refusal.
“No, I am not, because they attacked me, so we will not get up until we find other units,” he wrote.
The good Samaritan Szelovsky asked for proof that he was indeed a policeman, and Szelevsky gave the man his ID. He later told an investigator that he had asked Szelewski how he could help.
“He said, ‘You know,’ I need help to stop them ‘and I’m not comfortable because I’m still not a policeman.”
Alyce-Wills told police officers Szelevsky: “He put pressure on her neck and used it to pin her left knee, but the good Samaritan did not testify to the investigator.
“He was lowering his face and putting pressure on her back, with both his knees between his left shoulder and his neck, in this Brunette area to hold her,” he said.
And in Alicia-Wills herself, her breathing is not restricted.
Sometimes Szelewski’s anger seemed to be in question, as he shouted for his wife’s orders.
Siselevsky twice asked if a good Samaritan could leave Alicia-Wheels off the ground and make sure she remained in place. For the second time, Szelewski divorced her, and a good Samaritan helped her.
Despite this exchange, the good Samaritan Szelevsky described him as “very fit”.
“He seems to be very emotional. Thanks to him, the officer was more stable than they were. They were incredibly angry and clean. ”
But minutes turned into hours as police checked into a parking lot. And as the sun began to set, an investigator finally pulled Alysi-Wheels aside and gave her the results.
Szelewski was told she was under investigation for internal affairs, but she is being called in for disorderly conduct.
“I don’t think I was violent. I feel that he is very hostile toward my sister. ”
However, when investigators approached her sister Alpha in front of Szelevsky, she said that the act was a crime.
“She was 6 to 8 feet away, turning around and meeting him,” she said.
When anyone disturbs another’s peace, it is a crime, a disorder.
Investigator Szelewski told her he was working as a police officer, which means he followed protocol as he crossed that model line in the sand.
KOLD requested Szelewski staff records in less than a week, but they have not been released.
The issue is still active.
The TPD’s internal review is ongoing and is under investigation by the Pima County Attorney’s Office.
The police chief said the effect on both of them would probably last a few weeks.
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