Fresno Police Department

  • Agency: Fresno Police Department
  • Address: 2323 Mariposa Street, Fresno, 93721 CA
  • Chief: Jerry Dyer (Chief of Police)
Phone: (559) 621-7000
Fax: 559-498-5168
Email:

Fresno Police Department is located at 2323 Mariposa Street, Fresno, 93721 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Jerry Dyer. The Fresno Police Department phone number is (559) 621-7000.

Fresno Police Department News

SOUTHEAST SPECIAL RESPONSE TEAM ARREST TWO GANG MEMBERS FOR POSSESSION OF LOADED FIREARMS DURING TRAFFIC STOP On Sunday, November 11, 2018, at 10:35 P.M. Southeast Special Response Team (SE SRT) Officer Chadwick Chang was patrolling the area of Peach Ave and Olive Ave due to a recent uptick in violent crime in the area. Officer Chang initiated a traffic stop on a black Dodge coupe occupied by three subjects. Chang, with the assistance of SE SRT Officer Sergio Gonzalez, Kaosoy Saechao and Sukhbir Chauhan, detained the front right passenger, 21 year-old Jaziah Cooper, a Dog Pound criminal street gang member and the back seat passenger, 19 year-old Keshawn Givins, a Dog Pound criminal street gang member. Officer Chang located inside the vehicle a loaded Bersa .380 semi-automatic handgun and a loaded stolen Taurus .357 revolver. Jaziah Cooper was arrested and booked into the Fresno County Jail for possession of a stolen firearm and various weapons related charges. Keshawn Givins was arrested and booked into the Fresno County jail for possession of a loaded concealed firearm and carrying a loaded firearm in public. Please see the attached photographs of the recovered firearms and suspect’s Cooper and Givins. Southeast Special Response Team has recovered 59 firearms year to date. Bringing the total number of firearms recovered in the Southeast Policing District to 142. MEDIA: If you require any additional information regarding this case, please send an email to: Sergeant Adrian Alvarez Sr. #S208 Southeast Special Response Team Supervisor Fresno Police Department Adrian.Alvarez@Fresno.Gov

NEED INFORMATION HATE CRIME The Fresno Police Department is asking the public’s assistance regarding information related to a Hate Crime/Vandalism that occurred at Temple Beth Israel at 6622 N. Maroa Ave. One of the signs on a wall to the synagogue was vandalized between the late evening of Tuesday, 10-30-18 and the early morning of Wednesday, 10-31-18. If anyone may have seen suspicious activity around the synagogue during that period of time or has information regarding involved individuals are asked to contact Detective Irving at 621-6545 or Crime Stoppers at 498-STOP. A tip leading to an arrest, could lead to a cash reward of up to $1,000. Thank you, Detective Irving Northwest Investigations Unit

On Wednesday, November 7, 2018, Detectives from the Career Criminal Auto Theft Team (CCATT) saw a 2015 Dodge Challenger parked in a motel parking lot in the area of Blackstone and Ashlan. The Dodge was a reported stolen vehicle out of Milpitas. Detectives began surveillance. A short time later, the suspect returned to the stolen Dodge and drove from the area. Detectives followed the Dodge, with the assistance of the California Highway Patrol helicopter air crew, to a motel in the area of Blackstone and Bullard where the driver was taken into custody. The driver was identified as David Lopez, 34, of Selma. Lopez was booked into the Fresno County Jail for felony auto theft charges and for a felony identity theft warrant. Anyone with information regarding auto theft in the Fresno area is asked to please call the CCATT tip line at 621-CCAT (2228), email CCATT at ccatt@fresno.gov, or call Crime Stoppers at 498-STOP (7867). Your information will remain anonymous.

On Wednesday, November 7, 2018, Detectives from the Career Criminal Auto Theft Team (CCATT) responded to a residence in the area of Sussex and Ila to conduct a probation compliance check. Three subjects at the residence were currently on active felony probation. During the probation check, detectives located a loaded .22 caliber rifle that was in the possession of Rodney Wilson, 53. Wilson is a convicted felon and currently on parole for kidnapping and home invasion robbery charges. As a result, he is prohibited from possessing firearms or ammunition. One of the probationers, Lorrell Stark, 57, was also at the residence and found to have an outstanding felony warrant for burglary. Wilson was booked into the Fresno County Jail for felony firearm/ammunition possession charges and parole violation. Stark was booked for the felony warrant. Anyone with information regarding auto theft in the Fresno area is asked to please call the CCATT tip line at 621-CCAT (2228), email CCATT at ccatt@fresno.gov, or call Crime Stoppers at 498-STOP (7867). Your information will remain anonymous.

The distraught man inside the motor home has been taken into custody. Mariposa and R street is now open for traffic.

Chief Dyer is speaking to the media at Mariposa and R street regarding a distraught person inside an RV. Mariposa and R street is blocked off, and negotiators on scene.

Convicted Felon Found With a Stolen Firearm and Illegal Narcotics during a Traffic Stop in Southwest Fresno On Wednesday November 7, 2018 shortly after 11pm, Fresno Police Officers Sean Clapper and Alejandro Olivera were patrolling the area of Bardell Avenue and Belgravia Avenue due to a recent shooting in the area the day prior. While in the area, they conducted a traffic stop on a black Ford Mustang for a non-operable brake light. Upon contacting the driver, 51yr old Rodney Shannon, they learned a felony warrant was issued for Shannon’s arrest for possession of a controlled substance. During a search of his vehicle, officers located a loaded 9mm Hi Point semi-automatic handgun underneath his seat. Also located inside his car was a bag of methamphetamine, two bags of marijuana, a digital scale, narcotic paraphernalia and a large bag of new, unused glass pipes commonly used to smoke narcotics. The recovered firearm was found to have been reported stolen in 2017 out of Phoenix, Arizona. Shannon, who is a convicted felon, later admitted to possessing the firearm for protection due to being an Eastside Bulldog drop out. He was arrested for multiple charges, including possession of a controlled substance (Methamphetamine) and felon in possession of a stolen firearm. The Fresno Police Department would like to remind the public that Crime Stoppers has enhanced the rewards for information related to gang members who are involved in narcotic sales, firearm possession, and human trafficking. The new campaign consists of the following monetary rewards for anonymous tips. If a gang member is arrested for possessing a handgun, the reward is $2,000. If a gang member is arrested for possessing an assault rifle, the reward is $3,000. If a gang member is arrested for human trafficking, the reward is $3,000 and if a gang member is involved in drug sales, the reward is $1,000. Anyone with information is urged to call crime stoppers at (559)-498-STOP (7869) with information. Your information is kept confidential. Sgt. Antonio Rivera Fresno Police Department Southwest District Station

News Release – November 5, 2018 Gang Member Arrested After Shooting A Gun On Monday, November 05, 2018, at 1845 hours, Southwest Fresno Police Officers Jose Garcia and Edward Didonna responded to a residence on the 1200 block of E. Drummond regarding a ShotSpotter Activation. Once officers arrived on scene they noticed several individuals standing in the front yard of the home. One individual, later identified as twenty-eight year old Fresno residence Brian Arellano, ran inside of the garage of the residence when he saw officers. Officers were able to detain Arellano once he exited the garage and the other individuals in the yard. As officers were investigating the shooting they searched the garage of the residence. They observed a 1911 style handgun in the garage. They were able to determine the firearm was stolen by running the gun in a police database. Through the investigation officers determined that Arellano was in possession of the firearm and shot the firearm twice in the front yard. Arellano was found to be a sureno gang member and on Felony Probation. He was arrested on several gun related charges and booked at Fresno County Jail. This marks the one hundredth and forty-sixth firearm recovered by Southwest Police Officers. Attached is a photograph of Arellano and the firearm. Media: Please email Henry.Garcia@Fresno,gov for further information

On Friday, November 2, 2018 at 10:38 a.m., a Bank Robbery occurred at the BBVA Compass Bank at 1015 W. Shaw.

On Monday, November 5, 2018, Detectives from the Career Criminal Auto Theft Team (CCATT) responded to a residence in the area of Norwich and Bonadelle in an attempt to located wanted parolee David Fullerton, 38. Detectives saw Fullerton in front of the residence and took him into custody. Multiple other subjects were also contacted. During a subsequent parole compliance check of the residence, detectives found one of the occupants, Spheakh Thet, 27, to be in possession of a loaded Kahr 9mm handgun. The handgun had been reported stolen in a recent Northwest Fresno burglary. Thet was arrested. Additionally, detectives found computers, printers, counterfeit currency and checks in the residence. Financial Crimes detectives responded to investigate. Fullerton was booked into the Fresno County Jail for the parole violation warrant. Thet was booked for possession of a stolen firearm. Four other subjects were booked for outstanding felony warrants.

17yr old juvenile found with gun in his waistband during a Traffic Stop On Sunday November 4, 2018 shortly after 10:00pm, Fresno Police Officers Daniel Saldana and Gilberto Quezada were patrolling the area of California Avenue and Plumas Avenue in Southwest Fresno due to recent shootings occurring in the area. They conducted a traffic stop on a Blue 1998 Acura Integra near the intersection of California Avenue and Plumas Avenue for a rear brake light no working. Officers approached and contacted the occupants, which consisted of two adult males and one male juvenile. Officers learned one of the adult male occupants was currently on Post-Release-Supervised-Probation for illegal possession of a firearm. When the occupants were removed from the vehicle, the back passenger, a 17yr old juvenile, was found to have a loaded Smith & Wesson .40 caliber handgun concealed in his waistband. The gun was safely removed from the juvenile and he was taken into custody for possession of a concealed firearm. Upon further inspection, the firearm contained an illegal “Large Capacity” magazine that contained fifteen .40 caliber bullets. Through their investigation, officers were able to identify all three occupants as members of the URC criminal street gang. The juvenile was booked into the Fresno County Juvenile Justice Center for multiple charges, including possession of a concealed firearm and possession of an illegal magazine. Both adults were not arrested at this time pending further investigation. The Fresno Police Department would like to remind the public that Crime Stoppers has enhanced the rewards for information related to gang members who are involved in narcotic sales, firearm possession, and human trafficking. The new campaign consists of the following monetary rewards for anonymous tips. If a gang member is arrested for possessing a handgun, the reward is $2,000. If a gang member is arrested for possessing an assault rifle, the reward is $3,000. If a gang member is arrested for human trafficking, the reward is $3,000 and if a gang member is involved in drug sales, the reward is $1,000. Anyone with information is urged to call crime stoppers at (559)-498-STOP (7869) with information. Your information is kept confidential. Attached is a photograph of the recovered firearm. The identity of the male juvenile is being withheld due to his age. Sgt. Antonio Rivera Fresno Police Department Southwest District Station

The Fresno Police Department is requesting the public's assistance with identifying the subjects depicted in the following short video.

https://vimeo.com/298231865/5f9e3cb437

On Wednesday, October 31, 2018, Detectives from the Career Criminal Auto Theft Team (CCATT) saw a 2003 Chrysler Town & Country van driving in the area of First and Tulare. The Chrysler was a reported stolen vehicle out of Southwest Fresno. Detectives followed the stolen Chrysler to the area of Tulare and Broadway where the driver was taken into custody. The driver was identified as Henry Raygoza, 53, of Fresno. Raygoza was booked into the Fresno County Jail for felony auto theft charges. Anyone with information regarding auto theft in the Fresno area is asked to please call the CCATT tip line at 621-CCAT (2228), email CCATT at ccatt@fresno.gov, or call Crime Stoppers at 498-STOP (7867). Your information will remain anonymous.

BULLDOG GANG MEMBER ON PROBATION ARRESTED FOR POSSESSION OF A LOADED HANDGUN On Wednesday, October 31, 2018, at 5:29 pm, Southeast District Patrol Officer Christopher Landin and Officer Adrian Correa were conducting proactive patrol in the area of Winery Ave and Leisure Ave. They observed a vehicle fail to stop at a stop sign with three male occupants. They conducted a traffic enforcement stop for the vehicle code violation. During the stop, they contacted the driver, 32-year-old Emilio Ramirez of Fresno, a self-admitted former Bulldog gang member. Ramirez was found to be on Post Release Community Supervision (PRCS) probation for a felony offense. Before conducting a probation compliance check, they confirmed the identity of the other two occupants one of which was 32-year-old Armando Ramirez who is an active East Side Fresno (ESF) gang member. A probation search was conducted of the vehicle which lead to the discovery of a loaded .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun concealed in the trunk of the vehicle. Armando Ramirez took responsibility for the weapon. Armando said he carries the weapon for protection as there have been lots of shootings in Fresno lately. Armando Ramirez was arrested and booked into the Fresno County Jail for possession of a loaded and concealed firearm. See the attached photograph of the firearm and suspect Armando Ramirez. Emilio Ramirez was taken into custody without incident and booked into Fresno County jail for a probation violation. The Southeast Policing District would like to remind the public that the Fresno Police Department is committed to building relationships with community members while providing the highest level of service to keep our citizens safe. We will continue to provide and share our on-going efforts with the community to maintain and build public trust. The Fresno Police Department would like to remind the public that Crime Stoppers has enhanced the rewards for information related to gang members who are involved in narcotics sales, firearm possession, and human trafficking. The new campaign consists of the following monetary rewards for anonymous tips. If a gang member is arrested for possessing a handgun, the reward is $2,000. If a gang member is arrested for possessing an assault rifle, the reward is $3,000. If a gang member is arrested for human trafficking, the reward is $3,000, and if a gang member is involved in drug sales, the reward is $1,000. Anyone with information is urged to call crime stoppers at (559)-498-STOP (7869) with information. Your information is kept confidential. Sergeant Ron Manning #S217 Southeast Patrol Supervisor Fresno Police Department 2323 Mariposa Mall Fresno, CA 93721 (559)621-7000 Ron.Manning@Fresno.gov

GANG MEMBER ASSOCIATE ARRESTED WITH A LOADED AND CONCEALED FIREARM On Wednesday, October 31, 2018, just after 10 pm, Southwest Special Response Team officers noticed a suspicious vehicle parked in the 400 block of North Glenn Avenue. An adult male and female sat inside the car as a second adult male stood next to the driver’s door. Both males frantically moved away from the car upon seeing the officers, but were quickly contacted near the sidewalk. The officers identified the driver as 20-year-old Fresno resident Keandre Owen, an associate of the 107 Hoover Crips Criminal Street gang. Further investigation led to the discovery of a loaded .45-caliber Springfield XD semi-automatic handgun that was concealed underneath the driver’s seat. Owen confessed to owning and possessing the firearm for protection against rival gang members. Owen was booked into Fresno County Jail for possessing a loaded and concealed firearm in public. Sergeant Ignacio Ruiz Southwest SRT

On Tuesday, October 30, 2018, Detectives from the Career Criminal Auto Theft Team (CCATT) saw a 1998 Honda CRV driving in the area of San Jose and Bond. The Honda was a reported stolen vehicle out of Central Fresno. Detectives followed the stolen Honda, with the assistance of the California Highway Patrol’s airplane air crew, to the area of Shaw and West where the driver was taken into custody. The driver was identified as John Vartanian, 39, of Fresno. Vartanian was found to be on probation for domestic violence charges and to have an outstanding domestic violence warrant. Vartanian was booked into the Fresno County Jail for felony auto theft charges, possession of a shaved key, probation violation and for the outstanding warrant. Anyone with information regarding auto theft in the Fresno area is asked to please call the CCATT tip line at 621-CCAT (2228), email CCATT at ccatt@fresno.gov, or call Crime Stoppers at 498-STOP (7867). Your information will remain anonymous.

On Tuesday, October 30, 2018, Detectives from the Career Criminal Auto Theft Team (CCATT) saw a 2018 Chevrolet Equinox driving in the area of Olive and Chestnut. The Chevrolet was a reported stolen vehicle out of Central Fresno. The driver of the Chevrolet had also been involved in two prior indecent exposure incidents as well as a hit-and-run collision and felony vandalism. Detectives began following the stolen vehicle with the assistance of the Fresno Police Department’s helicopter air crew. Detectives followed the Chevrolet as it continued into Clovis where the assistance of the Clovis Police Department was requested. Clovis officers attempted to stop the Chevrolet; however, the driver failed to yield and a short pursuit ensued. Clovis officers terminated the pursuit for public safety. Detectives continued to follow the Chevrolet to the area of Shields and Sierra Vista where the vehicle ran out of gas and the driver was taken into custody. The driver was identified as Raymond Regalado, 32, of Fresno. Regalado was found to be on Post Release Community Supervision (PRCS) for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm. Regalado was booked into the Fresno County Jail for felony auto theft charges, felony evading, felony vandalism, hit-and-run, indecent exposure and PRCS violation. Anyone with information regarding auto theft in the Fresno area is asked to please call the CCATT tip line at 621-CCAT (2228), email CCATT at ccatt@fresno.gov, or call Crime Stoppers at 498-STOP (7867). Your information will remain anonymous.

SOUTHEAST PATROL OFFICERS ARREST MAN FOR POSSESSION OF A LOADED FIREARM DURING A TRAFFIC STOP On Tuesday, October 30, 2018, at 6:59 P.M. Southeast Patrol Officer Correa and Officer Landin were patrolling their assigned sector at Peach Ave and Pine Street when they observed a traffic infraction. Officer’s Correa and Landin initiated a traffic stop of a Chevy Impala occupied by four subjects. Officer Landin contacted the driver, 22-year-old Dedward Tucker who was on parole and later found to be a validated gang member claiming the Murder Squad street gang. All four occupants were removed, and all but one was on parole or felony probation for weapons offenses. The vehicle was ultimately searched, and a loaded .22 caliber semi-automatic handgun was found on the rear floorboard. Officer’s contacted, 19-year-old Taviyon Cook, an associate of the criminal street gang, Garret Street. During questioning, Cook admitted to possessing the weapon for protection against rivals. Cook was arrested for possession for the loaded firearm. See attached photographs of the recovered firearm and suspect Cook. Dedward Tucker 22; Lawrence Bohanon 22; Kapri Johnson 23, and Taviyon Cook 19 were all arrested and booked into the Fresno County Jail for multiple felony offenses. The Southeast Policing District would like to remind the public that the Fresno Police Department is committed to building relationships with community members while providing the highest level of service to keep our citizens safe. We will continue to provide and share our on-going efforts with the community to maintain and build public trust. The Fresno Police Department would like to remind the public that Crime Stoppers has enhanced the rewards for information related to gang members who are involved in narcotics sales, firearm possession, and human trafficking. The new campaign consists of the following monetary rewards for anonymous tips. If a gang member is arrested for possessing a handgun, the reward is $2,000. If a gang member is arrested for possessing an assault rifle, the reward is $3,000. If a gang member is arrested for human trafficking, the reward is $3,000, and if a gang member is involved in drug sales, the reward is $1,000. Anyone with information is urged to call crime stoppers at (559)-498-STOP (7869) with information. Your information is kept confidential. LAW ENFORCEMENT USE ONLY PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This electronic transmission is intended for the addressee(s) named above. It contains information that is privileged, confidential, or otherwise protected from use and disclosure. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any review, disclosure, copying, or dissemination of this transmission or the taking of any action in reliance in its contents, or other use is strictly prohibited. If you have received this transmission in error, please notify the sender that this message was received in error and then delete this message.

SOUTHEAST SPECIAL RESPONSE TEAM ARREST MAN FOR POSSESSION OF A LOADED FIREARM DURING A TRAFFIC STOP On Saturday, October 27, 2018, at 11:23 P.M. Southeast Special Response Team (SE SRT) Officer Chadwick Chang and Officer Kaosoy Saechao were patrolling the area of Harvey Ave and Eight Street actively looking for gang members who are in possession of firearms. The primary mission of the Southeast Special Response Team is to reduce gang violence by locating and making arrests of criminals in possession of illegal firearms. Officer’s Saechao and Chang initiated the traffic stop on a Dodge truck occupied by four subjects. Officer Saechao contacted the driver, 19 years-old Gabriel Sucilla, an associate Bond Street Bulldog criminal street gang member and obtained consent to search the vehicle. The vehicle was searched and a loaded .32 caliber revolver was found on the floor board. An additional eleven live .32 caliber rounds were located in the ash tray, which matched the bullets in the revolver. Sucilla told Officer Saechao he was holding the firearm for a friend. Gabriel Sucilla was arrested and booked into the Fresno County Jail for possession of a loaded concealed firearm and carrying a loaded gun in a public place. Please see the attached photograph of the recovered firearm and suspect Sucilla. The three passengers were questioned and released from the scene. This arrest and recovery marks the fifty seventh (57) firearm removed from the streets of Southeast Fresno by the Southeast Special Response Team since its inception January 8, 2018. Sergeant Adrian Alvarez Sr. #S208 Southeast Special Response Team Supervisor Fresno Police Department

DUI Checkpoint Nets 8 Arrests Fresno, CA – The Fresno Police Department Traffic Unit conducted a DUI/Driver’s License checkpoint on October 27, 2018, at the intersection of Belmont and Clark Avenues between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m. Checkpoints are placed in locations that have the greatest opportunity for achieving drunk and drugged driving deterrence and provide the greatest safety for officers and the public. In recent years, California has seen a disturbing increase in drug-impaired driving crashes. Fresno PD supports the new effort from the Office of Traffic Safety that aims to educate all drivers that “DUI Doesn’t Just Mean Booze.” If you take prescription drugs, particularly those with a driving or operating machinery warning on the label, you might be impaired enough to get a DUI. Marijuana can also be impairing, especially in combination with alcohol or other drugs, and can result in a DUI. Studies of California drivers have shown that 30 percent of drivers in fatal crashes had one or more drugs in their systems. A study of active drivers showed more tested positive for drugs that may impair driving (14 percent) than did for alcohol (7.3 percent). Of the drugs, marijuana was most prevalent, at 7.4 percent, slightly more than alcohol. Results of tonight’s operation: 346 Total Vehicles Through Checkpoint 244 Vehicles Screened 7 DUI-Alcohol suspects arrested 1 DUI-Drug impaired suspects arrested 32 Drivers cited/arrested for operating a vehicle unlicensed or while suspended/revoked 58 Citations issued Drivers are encouraged to download the Designated Driver VIP, or “DDVIP,” free mobile app for Android or iPhone. The DDVIP app helps find nearby bars and restaurants that feature free incentives for the designated sober driver, from free non-alcoholic drinks to free appetizers and more. The feature-packed app even has social media tie-ins and even a tab for the non-DD to call Uber, Lyft or Curb. Drivers caught driving impaired can expect the impact of a DUI arrest to include jail time, fines, fees, DUI classes, license suspension and other expenses that can exceed $10,000 not to mention the embarrassment when friends and family find out. The checkpoint was funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, reminding everyone to ‘Report Drunk Driver – Call 9-1-1’.

SOUTHWEST SPECIAL RESPONSE TEAM ARREST GANGMEMBER ASSOCIATE WITH LOADED FIREARM IN A VEHICLE On 10/27/2018 just after 1100 pm Southwest SRT Officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of Fresno and H St. Officers made contact with several known Strother Boy Gang Members and associates one which was identified as 21 year old Fresno Resident Felix Escobar. After further investigation and interior search of the vehicle a loaded Smith and Wesson .40 Caliber semi-automatic handgun was found hidden in the center console. Escobar who was the driver of the vehicle admitted to officers of possessing the firearm. Escobar was arrested for possessing a loaded firearm in a vehicle and loaded firearm in a public place. Officer Fernando Rosario Special Response Team (SRT)

HELP IDENTIFY F.P.D. CASE 18-65331 Detective Irving Northwest Investigations Unit

On Wednesday, October 24, 2018, Detectives from the Career Criminal Auto Theft Team (CCATT) assisted FPD Traffic officers with the stop of a 2000 Ford F250 pickup in the area of McKinley and Golden State. The Ford was a reported stolen vehicle out of Northwest Fresno. The driver, Cody Eppler, 28, of Fresno, was taken into custody and booked into the Fresno County Jail for felony auto theft charges. During the subsequent investigation, detectives identified a second suspect and also located another stolen Ford F250 pickup in the area of Hughes and Olive. The Ford was a reported stolen vehicle out of the Hanford area. Detectives began surveillance. The second suspect, Travis Newton, 39, of Fresno, later returned to the stolen Ford and drove from the area. Detectives followed Newton to an apartment complex in the area of Fresno and San Jose where he was taken into custody. Newton was booked into the Fresno County Jail for felony auto theft charges related to both stolen Ford F250 pickups. Anyone with information regarding auto theft in the Fresno area is asked to please call the CCATT tip line at 621-CCAT (2228), email CCATT at ccatt@fresno.gov, or call Crime Stoppers at 498-STOP (7867). Your information will remain anonymous.