M-DSPD Cover Up – The Curious Case Of Trayvon Martin’s Backpack With Stolen Jewelry and Burglary Tool…

Frances Robles - legal collectionIronically were it not for Frances Robles writing a Miami Herald article on March 26th 2012 an entire chain of events would not have taken place.

It was that Robles article, and the outlining of the Miami-Dade School Police Department’s report on a Trayvon Martin incident from October 2011, that kicked off an internal investigation by M-DSPD Police Chief Hurley against his own officers to find out who leaked the police report.

[Note: The Miami-Dade Public School System has its own Police force, and Chief, who report to the School Board and Superintendent – Not the Police Dept. The Police Chief is appointed by the School Superintendent, in this example, Alberto Carvalho]

October 2011

It was that M-DSPD internal affairs investigation which revealed in October 2011 Trayvon Martin was searched by School Resource Officer, Darryl Dunn. The search of Trayvon Martin’s backpack turned up at least 12 pcs of ladies jewelry, and a man’s watch, in addition to a flat head screwdriver described as “a burglary tool”.

When Trayvon was questioned about who owned the jewelry and where it came from, he claimed he was just holding it for a “friend”. A “friend” he would not name.

Later, after the police report was outlined in the Robles article, and despite Trayvon being suspended for the second time in a new school year, Martin family attorney, Benjamin Crump, said Trayvon’s dad, Tracy Martin, and Trayvon’s mom, Sybrina Fulton, did not know anything about the jewelry case.

It was only as a consequence of the M-DSPD internal affairs investigation that “why” they may not have known came to light.

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On October 21st 2011 a burglary took place a few blocks from Krop Senior High School where Trayvon Martin attended. The stolen property outlined in the Miami-Dade Police Report (PD111021-422483) matches the descriptive presented by SRO Dunn in his School Police report 2011-11477.

Trayvon Martin

Trayvon Martin

However, there was ONE big issue. SRO Dunn never filed a criminal report, nor opened a criminal investigation, surrounding the stolen jewelry. Instead, and as a result of pressure from M-DSPD Chief Hurley to avoid criminal reports for black male students, Dunn wrote up the jewelry as “found items”, and transferred them, along with the burglary tool, to the Miami-Dade Police property room where they sat on a shelf unassigned to anyone for investigation.

A separate report of “criminal Mischief” (T-08809) was filed for the additional issue of writing “WTF” on a school locker. [It was the search for the marker used to write the graffiti that led to the backpack search].

The school discipline, “suspension”, was attached to the graffiti and not the stolen jewelry.

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The connections between the Police Burglary report and the School Report of “found items” were never made because the regular police detective in charge of the Burglary case had no idea the School Police Dept. had filed a “found items” report.

Two differing police departments, and the School Officer, Dunn, intentionally took the criminal element out of the equation – instead preferring “school discipline” and not “criminal adjudication”.

It was only when the M-DSPD Internal Affairs investigation kicked in, and six officers gave sworn affidavits, the manipulative scheme to improve criminal statistics within the School System were identified openly.

School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho gave his hire, Police Chief Hurley, instructions to reduce the criminal behavior of young black males. The chosen strategy between them, to insure optical success, was to stop using the Criminal Justice System to punish black student behavior. Instead they instructed the School Resource Officers to use school discipline in place of criminal justice.


Former M-DSPD Police Chief Hurley with son and wife

Another approach was the use of The Baker Act, to quantify behaviors under health HIPPA law secrecy by assigning the students with psychological problems. This allowed them to again use school discipline and work around criminal reports.

Without the reports, the statistics would improve immensely;  And improve they did.

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The final approach, to insure no-one would find out about the manipulation, was to change the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for inter-agency information sharing.

This new SOP was outlined by a communications directive in 2010 forbidding the sharing of Miami-Dade School Police reports to outside agencies without redaction. Officers had to send any and all requests through the public information officer.

Hence, the furor of Chief Hurley when the Robles article hit the press and cited police reports – Hurley smelled a leaker and launched an investigation.

Ultimately the internal affairs investigation initiated by Hurley led to his own firing, because the officers questioned told the internal affairs investigators the truth of what was going on and outed the scheme.

One of the examples of this in action was the jewelry incident and Trayvon Martin – as accidentally outlined in the Herald report. But the Herald never knew their reporting had launched an internal affairs investigation which led to the collapse of the scheme.

Meanwhile the stolen jewelry from the burglary (PD111021-422483) was sitting on a shelf in the Property Room listed as (2011-11477 “found items) gathering dust.

Until we started digging, and the FOIA requests revealed not only the scheme, but the fact a victim was never made whole with the return of their items.

That is, until now.

Yesterday we contacted Detective Manresa, assigned to the burglary case, of the Miami-Dade Police Department to notify him some of his victims’ stolen items were actually in the Miami-Dade property room:

Subject: Attn: Detective Omar Manresa [RE: PD111021-422483 Burglary at XXXX XX XXXXX]

Dear Detective Manresa,

Per phone conversation of 4/30/13 @ 10:20am regarding burglary incident #PD111021-422483

During the course of research surrounding an internal affairs M-DSPD investigation in March/April of 2012 it coincidentally came to our attention that School Resource Officer Darryl Dunn (Dr. Krop Senior High School) filled out a report of items from a student’s backpack without criminal attachment.

The internal documentation used by SRO Dunn only listed the contents of the backpack as “found items” and a burglary tool. He was trying to avoid subjecting the student [Trayvon Martin] to a criminal investigation, therefore no criminal report, nor investigation was initiated.

This action by SRO Dunn was taken at the direction and request of former M-DSPD Police Chief Hurley who had advised his officers to avoid writing criminal reports on student offenders; Apparently in an attempt to artificially improve the recorded criminal student statistics.

The internal report #2011-11477 never attached the stolen property to the student who was carrying it when searched. The property was taken to the custody of Carmen Gonzalez, Property Specialist, where it was held, and still should be located.

The details surrounding this event are outlined in the following sworn affidavits completed by members of the Miami-Dade School Police Department. (they are extensive)







As mentioned, if you contact the victim of Miami-Dade burglary #PD111021-422483, and review with them the property confiscated by M-DSPD SRO Dunn listed under #2011-11477, we believe you will be able to return at least a portion of the stolen merchandise.

Perhaps some of the items returned may have sentimental, as well as obvious financial, value.

Right is Right Even If Nobody Does it; and Wrong is Wrong, even if Everybody Does it…

Martin Clan

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  2. Rachael says:

    I have a theory that I’m going to share because . . . . well, why not? We have a “president” who is champing (yes, champing, not chomping) at the bit to declare Martial Law. What if he told the prosecution to lose the case so there would be riots all over America? That said, I hope the property is returned to its rightful owner. As for the late Trayvon, I’ve repeatedly said that had he not gotten in trouble at school, he might be alive today. Given the scheme to protect the percentages at the high school regarding blacks and crime, that too may have contributed to his death. Think about it. Had he been punished appropriately, he might have stopped his rotten behavior, done something productive, and still be alive today.


    • dws says:

      I don’t doubt the desires of TPTB for riots and racial hatred is spot on, but the case was essentially unwinnable. That’s why the original investigators didn’t file charges and why it never went to a grand jury. They didn’t have to try to lose. They just had to pull the race card every chance they got in and out of the court and after the verdict as well.


  3. My problem is this, How many White Kindergartners’ and 1st grader’s were arrested in the last year or so or playing cowboys and Indians, Or pointing there hand like a gun etc. But Gang Bangers and thefts and other crimes are being looked the other way because The police doesn’t want to arrest black youths? Really? And that is the reason the Miami has such a high Crime rate. Oh lets just slap on the hand and let them go and let them do it again. Sad just Sad. But I have read in other places recently they arrest a woman for buying water mistaken for beer, They arrest peaceful protesters etc.


  4. To improve crimes in the school they just stop reporting them,because it will affect the apparent success of black education.mean while they run wild thinking they can get away with any thing until
    they pick the wrong american.There not doing the blacks any good by hiding the truth.


  5. RonSr says:

    So if the School Resource officer had done the legal and right thing Trayvon Martin would have been in Jail because of his criminal activity and would still be alive.


  6. tim sloan says:

    It is a travesty of justice that this story is not being told that the Trayvon Martin trial! So George Zimmerman was correct to think that Trayvon Martin may have been a burglar and he was right to call the police. any reasonable person watching the Zimmerman trial can see that the state of Florida is trying to railroad him. if George Zimmerman’s attorney does not try to introduce this new information into evide.nce


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  9. Mike says:

    Reblogged this on This Got My Attention and commented:
    I guess the Main Stream Media, outside of Miami, has deemed this information about Trayvon to be too sensitive.


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  14. pallyoop says:

    I’m trying to figure out why Trayvon was attending Krop H.S. as opposed to one closer to his relatives’ homes, even his uncle’s home appears to be closer to a different H.S. ??


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  21. Craig says:

    Is there a fact sheet on this website with the most important info of this case? If not, CTH needs to post a point-counterpoint page outlining all of the lies spewed by MSM and the untold facts of this case. Everything from the NBC editing fraud (reminds me of the Hezbollah fauxtography in 2006) to the facts about Trayvon’s burglaries and especially the timeline and map which showed that he was loitering and looking into other people’s homes. One easy to read page with all the salient facts, diagrams and links that sum up the case.

    BTW, great work on this site and all of the investigative work. You should be proud of this accomplishment


  22. Was there ever a final response from PD? Did they validate that the items were in storage and were in fact the ones stolen in that particular burglary case? Were they returned to the owners?


  23. egar says:

    I did not read through all 358 but I still also have not seen a current photograph only one that shows a young 12 year old not 175lb 17 year old.


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  28. Jean Valjean says:

    Oh the irony of it all. Had the police done their job instead of caving to pressure to stop arresting black youth then Trayvon would have been arrested for burglary. The people of the community would have felt like the police were dealing with the rash of burglaries and felt safe enough that George Zimmerman would not need to form a neighborhood watch and eventually encounter Trayvon Martin (one of the burglars!) and shoot Trayvon when he attacked Zimmerman.


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  32. I believe in executing cops that lie and betray the public trust. It’s obvious they are permitted more liberties that the common man and should be held to higher standards and more severely punished .


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  40. mharper42 says:

    If there is enough publicity about the stolen jewelry, perhaps the owners will become aware that it is recovered at the police station and ask to see it.


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  44. This Trayvon frenzy is very disturbing. Of course it is sad a young man was killed. But why focus on this man?Why is the act of one idiot, George Zimmerman, projected onto all America in such a rabidly antiintellectual manner? Crime statistics do not support the current Black rage. And what is really behind the problems with Black men in the U.S.? Is it simply rampant anti-Black Racism, as Obama and Eric Holder say? Or are these men projecting their own inner hatred and bias onto Society? More importantly, is there a problem in Black culture itself that creates young men with no respect for the “Person and Property” of others?

    I can recall growing up during the Civil Rights movement. I traveled to Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Virginia as a child. I remember my Father unknowingly taking me to “Colored” restrooms and drinking fountains, to the great amazement of watching “Good Old Boys.” One Southern Gentleman corrected us, “Y’all supposed to use that one.” My Father ignored him. My Father did not understand what the man was talking about.

    My family, Fishermen from a small village in Italy, knew nothing about Racism. I never heard my parents say one Racist thing growing up. I had no idea my young Black, Asian and Mexican friends were supposed to be different from me. I did not know what Racism was until I was taught it; not by my Family, not by my friends, but by Blacks I did not know. I was attacked “out-of-the-blue” by Blacks several times in high school. Blacks I did not know and had no dealings with. I was punched in the face once. Once chased by a car load of Blacks who tried to run me over and yelled racial remarks. And worst of all, at a Morse High football game, I was shot at. What could create such youths? (I never had a problem with Mexicans, although, some of my Mexican friends did call me, “Pinche Huero,” which I found very amusing. Roughly, Fucking White Boy).

    Labor and Economic statistics demonstrate that prior to the Civil Rights movement, the standard of living of for Blacks was steadily improving, as it did for all minorities who were finally accepted by society after proving themselves. Black families were strong. Then Lyndon Johnson, Democrat, became President and created the “War on Poverty.” Statistics demonstrate that Black families were destroyed and standards of living declined. For the first time, primarily minority families were rewarded for having as many children as possible out of wedlock. Some 45 years later, there are several generations of illegitimate Black children who do not know their fathers, or whose parents have different last names. With no authority figures at home and irresponsibility and lawlessness being fostered by the Government, more Black males became criminals. It is not surprising that gangsters and gangster-type sports figures and entertainers became heroes to Black children. (My heroes were Cowboys, Cops and Soldiers.)

    Based on statistics and observation, I believe the U.S. Government did a lot to create the modern Black criminal male. Not by targeting Blacks or “Profiling,” but by subsidizing and promoting irresponsibility and lawlessness. More importantly, perhaps, Black culture, itself, teaches its young to have no respect for the “Person and Property” of others. Listen to Rap lyrics. They involve criminal activity, selfishness and hate. I do not blame the Rap artists. They merely reflect Black culture. Observe how Blacks treat each other in America; in Africa; wherever they are. They rob, beat and kill each other. Now they rob, beat and kill White people also. Accurate crime statistics tell the story.

    I think there is also an underlying, long-term, socio-psychologically-based lack of respect for “Person and Property” of others in Black culture. This may explain why there are no great Black industries in Africa or anywhere. If an African Dictator or violent mob can take everything you have, why work for it? And if you cannot have it, why respect the work of others? Why respect what they have earned? That is why Black Race Racketeers, essentially, have the political morals of liquor store robbers. “I want what the store owner has, and I am going to take it.” Obama does the same with his “tax the rich” schemes. It is the exact same psychology; The Politics of Covetousness; The Politics of Theft; The Politics of Lack of Respect.

    Which leads us to Trayvon and Black Youths. I was raised not to fight. I have run from possible fights, especially when armed. I was taught to be polite to strangers and to respect the Person and Property of others. Apparently, Trayvon never received that lesson. To Trayvon, punching someone or stealing from them was as normal and common as looking at them. Remember, he was found with burglary tools and stolen items at school. He had a history of violence, even punching a bus driver. Criminal statistics show many Black males have the same attitude.

    Trayvon’s father says the incident would not have occurred if Trayvon were White. He is probably correct. A White youth would likely have treated Zimmerman with respect; would not have punched him; would not have pounded his head into the ground. A White youth would probably have gone home, rather than start a fight.

    In short, it appears Trayvon had a history of crime and violence. He caused his own death by his violence. And Obama and the Race-Racketeers aided and abetted Trayvon’s death by teaching him distrust, lack of respect and violence as a way of life. Trayvon’s shooting was the act of one man defending himself against a hate-filled, violent young man. It was an individual act, not the act of America, White or otherwise. Obama and the Race Racketeers are attempting to corrupt America into giving up respect for Person and Property. They believe it is perfectly acceptable and preferable to have a Black man beat a White man to death, rather then have a White man defend himself. From this incident and many others, it is obvious Obama and the Race Racketeers do not respect the “Person and Property” of White Americans.

    The Lesson for Black America? Teach your children respect: for themselves; for their families; for others of every race. And teach them to respect the hard work and property of others. Of course, Obama and the Race- Racketeers teach the opposite lesson: Distrust Whites; be jealous of their hard work and the fruits of their labor; and covet their property.

    Holder, projecting his own bias and hatred, says Americans are cowards when it comes to talking about Race. Your humble Doctor is no coward. Here is the truth that will never be told in Pop media, but will be posted on-line.


  45. Dave Kurtz says:

    White guy here… if it matters to you.

    People are people wherever you go, and a scumbag is a “scumbag” regardless of nationality, hertiage, culture, ethnicity, background, or race.

    You can’t judge a book by its cover, but a first impression speaks louder than words.

    Birds of a feather flock together, and you never see a bluejay in a robin’s nest.

    The united slums of american, one big giant ghetto, like chicago or detroit. NOT

    Not guilty = not good enough? The stand your ground law? Well lets change that. We cater and cater to folks, give and give, and try to accomodate, appease, and they bitch and bitch and keep bitchin’ like the cry wolf story.

    The biased absurd comments that some people have made about this Trayvon / Zimmerman incident has forced people to take sides, they have become so defensive, and it really has distanced blacks and whites to an absolute total division of huminity. When someone is full of crap, they always will be full of it. We as Americans have taken a few steps back from diversity now and for some time to come, maybe years!!! You can see the hatred in their eyes… you can feel the tension, the animosity, the rage, etc. I have self segregated myself in fear of being attacked and I would now rather be excluded from all of it. I avoid people and certainly any converstaions about race whatsoever. I am moving in 3 weeks to a predominantly white neighborhood where I originally grew up. I can’t wait…

    My buddy was punched in the face two weeks ago after merely asking two black teenagers what time it was. Yes, he was carrying a handgun legally with a conceal permit, and he told me that he had time to react, but he gracefully walked away. He said, the disrespectful teenagers in fact yelled Trayvon immediately after the punch. Nevertheless, the teens were apprehended and arrested charged with assault and disorderly conduct, but NO ethnic intimidation. It wasn’t in the news!!! They both paid a $300 fine at the preliminary hearing, and that’s it!!!


  46. Dave Kurtz says:

    WATCH “THe Molly McGuires”…. the Irish came to this country and were discriminated upon bigtime!!! The people who should be bitchin are the Native American Indians… that’s if you can find one.


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