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Cisko Takes Another Bite Out of Crime

One of Orange County’s most renowned crime-fighting canines took another bite out of crime this week.

Cisko and partner Brian Bonczkiewicz find another suspect... photo by Sgt. Rick Martinez

Thursday morning, Cisko and several Anaheim police officers responded to a burglary-in-progress in the 1000 block of S. Roadrunner Road.

The suspect had smashed a window to gain entry.

A woman, who was home at the time, briefly confronted the suspect – who also lives in the neighborhood – before leaving the house and calling 911.

Police arrived within minutes, and quickly established a perimeter to ensure the suspect couldn’t flee along the dense hillside near the home.

Enter Cisko, last year’s Anaheim Legion’s “Meritorious Canine,” and
partner Brian Bonczkiewicz.

He found the suspect hiding in the master bedroom.

“This was another great example of team work,” said Sgt. Rick Martinez. “We responded quickly, set up a perimeter and made a good arrest.”

Arrested on suspicion of burglary was Roscoe Cambridge, 28.

Officer Shane Explains Why DUI Suspects Must Follow the Finger


Officer Shane

Officer Shane Spielman, author of the popular “Ask Officer Shane” Facebook page, recently explained to his followers why DUI suspects must follow an officer’s finger.

“We’re looking for horizontal and vertical gaze nystagmus,” he explained. “Nystagmus is the involuntary bounce or jerkiness of the eyes which is caused by alcohol and drug consumption.”

Click on the video above for a detailed look.

Officer Shane also answered a few reader questions.

Tom asked: When does the speed limit change, when you can see the new speed limit sign – or when you actually reach it?

Officer Shane says, “At the area of the sign… ”

Mark asked: I’ve noticed several APD cars & motors with no plate’s on them. Just wondering what’s up?

Officer Shane says, “We got some new bikes and cars…Takes a bit to get the plates.”

Got a question? You can reach him at sspielman@anaheim.net.

Or follow his Facebook page.