|23 May 2019|
Antioch church shooting verdict: Emanuel Samson guilty of
Emanuel Kidega Samson planned and carried out a brutal mass shooting that killed a woman and terrorized her Antioch church — leaving its members with scars seen and unseen — a jury ruled Friday after less than five hours of deliberation.
The unanimous jury of 12 Nashvillians found Samson, 27, guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Melanie Crow, who was walking through the parking lot of Burnette Chapel Church of Christ with her Bible and sermon notes in hand when Samson shot her three times in the back and once in the face.
Samson also was found guilty on 42 other charges, including attempted murder for injuring seven other church members, three counts of civil rights intimidation and 24 counts of aggravated assault.
The verdict was a resounding victory for prosecutors, who said at trial that Samson, who is black, planned to kill 10 white churchgoers in retaliation for a 2015 church shooting in which nine black worshipers were slain.
Samson's credibility with the jury likely took a hit when prosecutors played recordings of him and his girlfriend laughing about the shooting and the victims less than a month later during jailhouse phone calls. - (Black-on-white)
Congressman Elijah ‘Crooked’ Cummings And Spouse Being
Investigated By The IRS
According to Tom Anderson, director of NLPC’s Government Integrity Project, who uncovered the violations, “Rep. [Elijah] Cummings is demanding President Trump’s tax returns and financial records. It looks like he has some tax problems of his own.”
Cummings was once heavily in debt — in part due to hefty child support payments to his first wife and two other women he had children with.
While Congressman Elijah Cummings reserves his vitriol for all things Trump and he insists that the President should be impeached and removed from office, it appears Rep. Cummings has his own dirty secrets he’s careful to keep hidden.
AFRICAN) Uber driver charged with kidnapping third woman
PITTSBURGH — A Pittsburgh Uber driver charged with holding two women in his car against their will is facing additional charges after police say he kidnapped a third woman on the same night. Richard Lomotey, 36, is charged with kidnapping, unlawful restraint, simple assault and recklessly endangering another person.
The third woman didn't immediately report the incident to police until she heard through mutual friends that this happened to several other women the same night.
The victim told police she was leaving the Galaxy Nightclub on Kelly Street and saw a vehicle with an Uber decal on the windshield. She got into the vehicle, gave the driver $10 since she didn't use the Uber app, and told him where to go.
Court documents allege Lomotey began asking about her relationship status, was holding and grabbing her wrist and locking the car doors. The victim told police she became uncomfortable and the pair began to tussle because she wanted to leave the vehicle. That's when the victim said her shirt and bra were ripped, and she was so afraid for her safety that she jumped out of the moving vehicle along Frankstown Avenue. Lomotey stopped, but then drove off.
- Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!
Man Accused Of Robbing Dozens Of Women In Dating Scam Arrested,
Police Searching For More Victims
CANOGA PARK (CBSLA) – The Los Angeles Police Department is warning women about a scammer preying on lonely hearts. Police have arrested a man who is using romance to woo women out of their money across the country, and have charged him with multiple felonies.
According to police, Wilson Jackson; aka Debonair Jackson, aka Syncere, and so on, has been using multiple pseudonyms in an online romance scam.
Police said that Jackson met women online, convinced them to fly to Los Angeles, and then stole their credit card info, ID’s, and social security numbers, while they were sleeping or out of the room. Jackson would then ask the women for loans.
DARK COMPLECTIONED Armed Home Invaders Rob Philly Couple on The
Way to Son’s Graduation
An exciting day turned into a terrifying one for a Philadelphia husband and wife who were preparing to travel to their son’s college graduation when they were robbed by armed home invaders.
The 59-year-old woman and her 72-year-old husband were leaving their home on the 300 block of South Camac Street Thursday around 4:30 a.m. Suddenly they were approached by three gunmen. “Approached my husband. Asked at gunpoint for him to come into the home where we were held and the house was ransacked,” the woman said. The suspects stole the couple’s cellphones, wallets and money. The robbers then fled in the couple’s vehicle which they later abandoned about a block away. Two of the suspects are described as men between the ages of 20 and 25, both standing 6-foot-3. At least one of the suspects had a dark complexion, short hair and was wearing black and gray tights, according to police.
Man arrested for rape and exploitation of a disabled person
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) -- A man wanted for rape and exploitation of a disabled adult is now in custody.
Officials say Elbert Butler, 62, was involved in a crime against a disabled person on May 21st.
Details remain limited.
BLACK Men Sentenced To Decades Behind Bars For Violent Bucks
County Home Invasion
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — Three men will spend decades behind bars after a horrifying home invasion in Bucks County. A judge sentenced them Thursday for the attack that happened two years ago.
The violent home invasion happened in Newtown while two parents and their two daughters were home asleep in the early-morning hours of August 2017. The father, Yoni Nedav, spoke exclusively to Eyewitness News about how the attack changed their lives forever. “I’m happy but I wish this never happened,” said Nedav.
Prosecutors say 26-year-old Raymond Daniels, 25-year-old Brandon Davis and 42-year-old Sadeen Jones broke into their home and pointed a gun at the head of a 12-year-old girl, who pleaded for her life as the men demanded her parents give them cash and jewelry.
The men made off with nearly $50,000 in cash, plus nearly $115,000 in jewelry and other items. The pain of the ordeal is still difficult for the family, like Nedav’s wife, who didn’t have the strength to go to today’s sentencing.
“She doesn’t even want to come close to this area,” said Nedav. Their little girl is still too afraid to sleep in a room without her parents, but the men were sentenced today and will each spend minimums behind bars ranging from 30 to 70 years. Jones had the longest sentence as he’ll spend 70 to 140 years in prison.
(Black) Bloods gang member busted for attacking elderly man
A suspected gang member was nabbed Thursday morning for beating an elderly man unconscious in a random attack behind a Bronx charter school, police and sources said.
Tyekeem Wright, 19, was arrested around 12:30 a.m. for attacking the 71-year-old behind South Bronx Classical Charter School III/IV on Third Avenue in Morrisania, cops said.
Wright — who lives next door to where the attack happened — repeatedly hit his victim in the face with an unknown object, police said. When the man collapsed to the ground, Wright continued pounding him until he lost consciousness.
Wright, who police sources said is a suspected Bloods gang member, was charged with assault and harassment and quickly retained a lawyer, cops said. He boasts at least 10 previous arrests from 2016 to 2019, including for robbery, public lewdness, criminal possession of a weapon, grand larceny and resisting arrest, records show.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The NYPD is asking for your help identifying the suspect who assaulted a man in the Morrisania section of the Bronx. It happened on May 1 at a building on Third Avenue and East 167th Street.
Police say the suspect approach the 71-year-old victim from behind and beat him in the face with an unknown object until he was unconscious. The suspect then took off. The victim suffered a swollen eye and cuts to his face. He was taken to Lincoln Hospital for treatment.
"smirk-a-jerk") Suspect Arrested in Rash of Subway Brake
Pullings That Disrupted Thousands
A 23-year-old Brooklyn man with what police call a penchant for causing havoc was arrested Friday morning, suspected of being the serial subway brake puller.
Isaiah Thompson was arrested at home just before 12:30 a.m. Friday after an outside tip. Authorities say a sergeant also recognized Thompson, who is well-known to police after 17 prior arrests.
Police believe that on at least three occasions this month alone, Thompson rode the back of various subway trains in Manhattan, got into the operator's car and pulled the emergency brake.
are to banks what flies are to feces
Black Female Suspect Wanted In South Philadelphia Wells Fargo Bank Robbery
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The FBI and Philadelphia Police are asking for the public’s help identifying the suspect responsible for robbing a Wells Fargo Bank in South Philadelphia. The robbery took place at the Wells Fargo Bank located at 2710 S. 3rd Street at approximately 12:05 p.m. on May 1. Police say the suspect entered the bank, approached the counter and gave a threatening note to the teller. The suspect is described as a African American woman in her early to mid-20s, approximately 5-foot-2 and thin built.
‘Broadway Bandit’ has struck again: FBI
He should be rotting in prison — but instead he’s back for an encore.
The crook known as the “Broadway Bandit” for sticking up a series of banks around the Great White Way in 2017 just got out of the slammer thanks to a paltry prison sentence — and has already returned to knocking off financial institutions, according to the FBI. Two years ago, brazen robber Jamie Frierson pulled off five bank heists — largely around Broadway in Midtown — in a two-week span that scored him the infamous moniker along with around $11,500.
nab ‘Broadway Bandit’ suspected of robbing two Bronx banks
It was curtains for the ex-con known as the “Broadway bandit” on Tuesday, according to the NYPD, which said authorities arrested the man wanted by local and federal authorities for robbing two Bronx banks
“APPREHENDED – Fugitive Enforcement Division investigators working with their partners in NYS Parole apprehended Jamie Frierson this morning in the #Bronx. Frierson was wanted for 2 Bank Robberies that occurred this month in the Bronx.
shooter gets over 17 years in death of promising student
The man who drunkenly shot a 22-year-old woman in the face, killing her, during Brooklyn’s 2016 J’Ouvert celebration was sentenced Friday to 17 and 1/3 years prison by a judge who blasted the gunman’s “idiocy” and “stupidity.”
“In one selfish act of idiocy you destroyed an incredibly bright future,” Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Donald Leo told Reginald Moise. Family members of victim Tiarah Poyau audibly sobbed throughout the emotional proceeding.
(blacks) arrested after allegedly stealing more than $35k from
Home Depot, Lowe’s
EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH, La. (WAFB) - Three people have been arrested for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars worth of high-end lawn equipment from Home Depot.
Officials with EBRSO say on April 1, they were contacted by an employee at Home Depot about two men and one woman stealing from multiple store locations in the parish. Detectives were able to immediately recognize the suspects because they worked multiple cases involving them in the past. Detectives were told the suspects stole multiple pieces of high-end lawn equipment (edgers, leaf blowers, pressure washers, trimmers, etc.).
The following people were arrested:
Fredricka Jackson, 28 - Booked May 24
Mark Seymore, 31 - Booked May 24
Nathaniel Vessel, 34 - Booked May 15
"Hispanics" Arrested for
Robbery, Deadly Beating in Isleton
ISLETON — Investigators have arrested and charged three people after a man was beaten in Isleton back in February and later died from his injuries.
On Feb. 10, a pedestrian was injured in Isleton in what was initially reported as a hit-and-run, according to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office. California Highway Patrol officers arrived at the scene and found the victim, Steven Schmidt, but they were unable to find any evidence of a crash. Schmidt was taken to a hospital, where he died nearly a month later.
During their investigation, the sheriff’s office determined Schmidt had actually been beaten and robbed back in February by Etuate “Horse” Faiva, Manuel “Lil Manny” Hook and Antoinette Jiminez.
The sheriff’s office reports Jiminez was arrested Thursday and charged with robbery.
file aggravated murder charges against Hispanic man accused of
shooting homosexual driver on I-84
(KUTV) — Within 24 hours of a shooting on a northern Utah highway, prosecutors filed aggravated murder charges against the suspected shooter as authorities continue a manhunt to find him. Jonathan Mendoza Llana, 45, faces one count of aggravated murder and one count of attempted aggravated murder, both first-degree felonies.
Gwyther is survived by Matt Gwyther. The two were married the day gay marriage
became legal in Utah, according to a statement from Matt Gwyther.
He was a strong advocate for LGBTQ "rights"...
Jose Police Arrest HISPANIC Veterans Memorial Vandalism Suspect
Martin Ruiz Vivanco
The San Jose Police Department arrested Martin Ruiz Vivanco, 39, Thursday on suspicion of vandalizing the Veterans Memorial on May 6.
Vivanco is believed to be the person responsible for spray painting the moniker "Snip" on the memorial located on Park Ave and Almaden Boulevard.
Catholic priests charged in Michigan sex abuse investigation
As part of the state's investigation into sexual abuse by Catholic clergy, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Friday criminal sexual conduct charges against five priests in Michigan.
"Some of these clergy ... preyed on young children," Nessel said at a news conference about the men who were priests at the time of the alleged abuse. She said the five cases were the "tip of the iceberg" as investigators continue to track down hundreds of tips on abuse by Catholic priests.
In some of the incidents, the priests mixed their sexual activity with references to Catholic beliefs or committed the acts during Catholic rituals such as confession, according to allegations in affidavits.
In other cases, the priests plied children with drugs such as cocaine, marijuana and alcohol before sexually assaulting them, allege prosecutors and police. In one case, a priest is accused of threatening to kill his victim if the boy reported the abuse.
County Methodist pastor charged with molesting 7
children, some as young as 5 years old
SANTA ANA, Calif. (FOX 11) - An Orange County pastor is due in a Santa Ana courtroom Monday on felony charges of molesting seven children ages 5 to 15.
John Rodgers McFarland, who has been the head pastor at Orangethorpe United Methodist Church in Fullerton since 2014, was arrested on a warrant Thursday charging him with seven counts of lewd and lascivious acts with a minor younger than 14 and four counts of lewd and lascivious acts with a minor 14 to 15 years old. The 56-year-old Fullerton resident is accused of molesting the children between 2003 and 2017, according to the Orange County District Attorney's Office, which did not release the genders of the alleged victims. In San Diego County, McFarland was arrested and charged in December with molesting a girl younger than 14 in Escondido between 2012 and 2013.
|XX May 2019|
Brandon Howell gets 5 life sentences for killing 5 WHITE people
in south Kansas City in 2014
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Jackson County Prosecutor's Office says that convicted murderer Brandon Howell will spend the rest of his life in prison, getting five life sentences on Thursday for a 2014 killing spree in south Kansas City.
Howell, 38, was convicted in April by a jury on all counts of first -degree murder he faced for beating two people to death and shooting and killing three others on September 2, 2014. His sentences are consecutive, and he'll never be eligible for parole.
The killings happened on Woodbridge Lane, near Wornall Road and Blue Ridge Boulevard. The victims were 86-year-old Ann Taylor, 80-year-old George Taylor, 88-year-old Lorene Hurst, her 68-year-old son Darrel Hurst and 69-year-old Susan Choucroun. - (Black-on-white)
Danish tourist's killing near New Orleans East hotel, (black)
woman booked with murder
Police have arrested a woman suspected in the deadly shooting of a Danish tourist in New Orleans East last week, authorities announced Thursday.
Brandy Myles, 36, faces a count of second-degree murder following the slaying of Poul Hansen, 44, who was found dead early Saturday from a bullet wound to the head in the 4200 block of America Street. First responders recovered Hansen's body a few blocks away from a Super 8 motel on Chef Menteur Highway where he and fellow motorcycle riders from Denmark were staying during a trip across the United States. Without elaborating, police said they identified Myles as a suspect in Hansen's killing. She was initially taken into custody in Jefferson Parish in an unrelated case and then transferred to New Orleans jail, where she was booked with murder, police said. Myles faces mandatory life imprisonment if eventually convicted of murder.
Hansen belonged to "Blood of Heroes," a motorcycle riders' group composed of Danish war veterans, according to a social-media post. He had shared dinner with some compatriots before he separated from the group and was reported missing.
Though he was found dead the next morning, Hansen wasn't identified until Monday. An attorney for Hansen's family said the victim was missing some of his belonging, making his loved ones suspect that he died at the hands of a robber. - (Black-on-white)
of evil black) Murder
suspects called (White) EMU wrestler ‘sweet meat’ easy target in
gang robbery, prosecutors say
PITTSFIELD TWP., MI – Christopher Marsh Jr. was “sweet meat,” an easy target to rob, according to text and social media messages between five alleged gang members accused of robbing and killing him a year ago, prosecutors say. “Tell him you got 400 for two zip. He sweet meat,” wrote Charles Robertson, who is charged as a co-conspirator in Marsh’s death, in one of the messages.
Robertson, 19; Karon Hadden, 19; Deandre Hinton, 18; Camron Williams-Evans, 19; and Garvin Crout, 19, all were bound over to circuit court after a lengthy preliminary examination Wednesday, May 22, before 14B District Court Judge Charles Pope. The five men allegedly worked together as part of a gang, identified during the preliminary exam as OTF900, to set up a meeting to buy two ounces of marijuana from Marsh and rob him that day, police said. The men each face 11 felony counts in connection with Marsh’s death. All five are charged as co-defendants in the shooting death of Marsh Jr., 19, of Ypsilanti Township, who was found wounded about 9:30 p.m., April 28, 2018, outside Glencoe Hills Apartments in the 2100 block of Glencoe Hills Drive. He was taken to St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, where he died from his injuries. They are charged with felony murder, armed robbery and conducting a criminal enterprise, as well as eight additional weapons-related and conspiracy charges.
note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't
buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks
Suspect in FDNY savage beatdown of White firefighter defending
elderly couple claims he didn't do nothin
The teen accused of attacking an off-duty FDNY firefighter who told them to stop harassing an elderly couple on the Upper East Side claimed Thursday that he and his pals are the real victims.
“He assaulted my friend and I had to defend my friend,” lied Damir Johnson, 17, as he was led into Manhattan Criminal Court for his assault arraignment, wearing a white T-shirt with a black and gray Reebok design.
The teen — who is also named in court documents as “Diamar Johnson” — was earlier walked from the 19th Precinct station house, where he faced jeers and hard stares from about 75 uniformed FDNY members.
Johnson was allegedly among a dirty uncivilized black animal pack of a half-dozen teens hassling an elderly couple on East 86th Street near Second Avenue on Saturday morning, authorities said.
When an off-duty smoke-eater saw what was going on, he stepped in and told Johnson and his friends — two boys and three girls, who a source said are not expected to face charges — to knock it off.
But instead, they turned their attention to the firefighter, with Johnson allegedly knocking him to the ground then punching and stomping him, leaving him with a concussion and several broken teeth, cops said. - (Black-on-white)
Man arrested, accused of exposing himself on numerous occasions
in Fort Collins
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Police in Fort Collins have arrested a 20-year-old man who is accused of exposing himself on numerous occasions over the last several weeks. Fort Collins Police and Colorado State University Police( CSUPD) had been investigating recent reports regarding a man in a red car who would drive up to victims and expose himself, a release from Fort Collins Police Services(FCPS) says. The suspect, later identified as Wyatt Johnson, would allegedly drive up to a victim and ask for help. When they approached his vehicle, the victims saw that Johnson was exposing his genitals, the release says.
pretentiously named "SUPREME LIFE" by his most likely unwed baby
momma gets prison for super bowl slay
MOUNT HOLLY — A man convicted in the stabbing death of another man after a fight in New Jersey during celebrations over the Philadelphia Eagles' Super Bowl win is now headed to prison.
"Supreme Life" received a 20-year term Wednesday.
The 57-year-old Lumberton man was convicted in March of passion provocation manslaughter and attempted murder charges that stemmed from a fight that started after a remark by his son about the Eagles in February 2018. Life had said he stabbed 26-year-old Moriah Walker, of Brooklyn, in self-defense.
Remembering (black 'liberation') MOVE bombing 34 Years Later
(Wiki) -- MOVE is a black liberation group founded in 1972 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by John Africa (born Vincent Leaphart) and Donald Glassey, a social worker from the University of Pennsylvania. The name is not an acronym. The group lived in a communal setting in West Philadelphia, abiding by philosophies of anarcho-primitivism. The group combined revolutionary ideology, similar to that of the Black Panthers, with work for animal rights.
The group is particularly known for two major conflicts with the Philadelphia Police Department. In 1978, a standoff resulted in the death of one police officer, injuries to several other people, and life sentences for nine members who were convicted of killing the officer.
In 1985, another confrontation ended when a police helicopter dropped a bomb on the MOVE compound, a row house in the middle of the 6200 block of Osage Avenue. The resulting fire killed eleven MOVE members, including five children, and destroyed 65 houses in the neighborhood. The survivors later filed a civil suit against the city and the police department, and were awarded $1.5 million in a 1996 settlement.
Cosby Accusers' Testimony Pointed to 'Signature' Crime
The judge who presided over Bill Cosby's criminal case said he let five other accusers testify at the sex-assault trial because their accounts had "chilling similarities" that pointed to a "signature" crime.
A jury last year convicted Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004, after hearing from her and the five others. Cosby, 81, is appealing his conviction based on the women's testimony and other key rulings by Montgomery County Judge Stephen O'Neill.
Cosby began serving a three- to 10-year prison term in September at a state prison near Philadelphia.
Rate Skyrockets in Chester, PA where 73.99% of the population is
‘Bullets Don’t Have Names’: Child Shot At Mother’s Day Party In Chester
Chester Police Offering Reward In Search For Suspect Who Shot 5-Year-Old Girl, Woman During Mother’s Day Party
Davenport man and woman arrested after 2 children fall from
An investigation into two small children who fell out of a second-story window has led to the arrest of a Davenport man and woman.
Daria Imani Marion, 24, and Desmond Mardell Grasker, 26, were booked into the Scott County Jail late Wednesday morning on charges of neglect or abandonment of a dependent person, possession with intent to deliver marijuana and failure to affix drug stamp. Online jail records show they both are being held on a $20,000 bond.
FDNY firefighter turns himself in for allegedly assaulting
An off-duty FDNY firefighter was arrested Wednesday morning for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend inside her Inwood apartment, police said.
Brian Chevalier, 30, turned himself in to police shortly before 9 a.m. for allegedly knocking his 26-year-old girlfriend to the ground and kicking her around 8 p.m. Sunday inside the apartment in the area of Dyckman and Payson avenues, police said. Police said children were believed to have been present at the time of the incident.
Chevalier — who sources said is assigned to Engine 95, which is also in Inwood — was charged with assault and acting in a manner injurious to a child. His arraignment is pending in Manhattan court.
LI dad busted after taking daughter to park, trying to
A father on Long Island was arrested after taking his daughter to the playground on Wednesday afternoon — to sell crack. Chaleek Williams, 25, was cuffed in front of his 2-year-old child at about 4 p.m. for allegedly trying to sell the drug outside of Oxhead Road Elementary School in Centereach, police said. Williams was also carrying MDMA — commonly known as ecstasy — and became combative with police as they tried to arrest him, according to cops. The would-be drug-dealing dad is facing six charges, including criminal possession of a controlled substance and resisting arrest. He’s expected to be arraigned on Thursday.
Nurse arrested amid sexual assault investigation
PHOENIX — Phoenix police say a (black male) nurse has been arrested in connection with a patient who gave birth after a sexual assault at Hacienda Healthcare.
The victim, an incapacitated woman who is 29 years old, had been at the facility since she was 3 years old.
A licensed practical nurse at the facility, 36-year-old Nathan Sutherland, has been charged with one count of sexual assault and one count of vulnerable adult abuse. According to court paperwork released Wednesday, Sutherland "worked around the victim and treated her on numerous occasions and thus had direct access to her for an extended period of time." Police were originally alerted of the incident when staff at the health facility called for help when a patient gave birth to a baby who needed immediate medical attention.
Officials collected DNA samples from male employees at the facility through court orders.
Woman threw hot coffee on McDonald’s worker during fight: cops
A Baltimore woman threw a cup of hot coffee on a Brooklyn McDonald’s worker Thursday morning after the employee asked her to take her feet off the restaurant furniture, police said.
Christine George, 69, was sitting inside the McDonald’s at the corner of Fulton Street and Flatbush Avenue Extension shortly before 4:30 a.m. when the 24-year-old worker asked her to remove her feet from the restaurant chair. The women began arguing and the dispute turned physical, with George tossing her coffee in the direction of the employee’s upper body, cops said.
The victim was taken to the Brooklyn Hospital Center with burns to her face, neck and chest, an FDNY spokesman said.
George, who has no previous encounters with the NYPD, was arrested at the scene and charged with assault for the attack.
NH man (with 'attitude') accused of sexually assaulting teen
girl arrested after year-long investigation
MANCHESTER, N.H. (WHDH) - Police arrested a New Hampshire man Tuesday following a year-long investigation into the alleged sexual assault of a now 15-year-old girl.
Rohan Donaldson, 43, of Manchester, N.H., was arraigned Tuesday on two counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault in connection with crimes against the teen who police say was known to him. The court ordered that he be held until his probable cause hearing on June 5 in Hillsborough Superior Court – North.
Man who strangled barista gets 6 to 10 years in prison
ANN ARBOR, MI – A Whitmore Lake man accused of strangling a barista to the point of unconsciousness a year ago was sent to prison late last month. Washtenaw County Trial Judge Carol Kuhnke sentenced Zachary Armond Campbell on April 30 to six years and three months to 10 years in prison after he pleaded no contest to the lesser of his two felony charges, court records show. Campbell, 20, of Whitmore Lake, was accused of strangling the 22-year-old woman April 11, 2018, while she was working at the Peaberry Bean & Beats Cafe, 152 Barker Road, in Whitmore Lake. The barista called police about 8:30 p.m. that evening to report the incident that occurred about 30 minutes prior, police said. She told police she’d been unconscious until she made the report.
Campbell was identified and arrested within 10 minutes, police said. He was charged with one felony count each of assault with intent to murder and one count of assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder
The barista knew Campbell from his previous visits to the café. It is unclear what spurred the attack.
with stupid negro name) charged with kidnapping & rape after
holding two teens hostage & setting home on fire
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (localmemphis.com) - UPDATE 5/23/2019: 44-year-old Phennix Givens is charged with 2 counts of especially aggravated kidnapping, aggravated rape, aggravated assault and arson.
According to a police affidavit, a 17-year-old boy and 15-year-old girl were walking in the area of Frayser Blvd and North Watkins on Tuesday around 10 p.m. when Givens approached them asking if they wanted to make some money. The teens agreed, but, once they arrived at a house in the 3300 block of Riney, Givens pulled out a knife.
Once inside, Givens made both of them take off their clothes. He then forced the girl to the floor sexually assaulting her. He forced the boy to the attic after stabbing him in the leg with the knife. He forced the girl into his bed, then he fell asleep. Once Givens was asleep, the girl went and helped the boy down from the attic, they escaped the house and was able to flag down a Shelby County School security officer.
When Memphis police officers arrived to the house, Givens answered the door with a knife. He eventually put he knife down, went back inside and set fire to the house. Givens was arrested when he tried climbing out of a bathroom window.
Arrest (black) Suspect In Serious Stabbing In San Francisco’s
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Police arrested a man connected to a stabbing earlier this month in San Francisco’s Parkmerced area, which left the victim with life-threatening injuries, police announced Wednesday. The stabbing happened May 9 in the 400 block of Arballo Drive, according to police. Officers had responded to a stabbing there and when officers arrived, they found a 48-year-old man bleeding uncontrollably from the neck. He was taken to a hospital, police said. Officers learned the victim had been stabbed after he had gotten into an argument with another man, identified as 65-year-old Mitchell Graham of San Francisco. During the argument, Graham allegedly pulled out a knife, swung it and then stabbed the victim in the neck. Graham then dropped the knife and fled on foot, according to police.
black gets 50 years of free room and board for brutal murders
A man convicted of killing a Calgary mother and her young daughter will have to wait 50 years before he has a chance at parole. A jury found Edward Downey guilty last year of first-degree murder in the 2016 deaths of Sara Baillie, who was 34, and five-year-old Taliyah Marsman.
The convictions carry an automatic life sentence, and Justice Beth Hughes has decided Downey must wait 50 years before he can ask the parole board for release. The Crown had sought 50 years before parole ineligibility, arguing the brutal and deliberate nature of the murders were aggravating factors. - (Canada)
Louisiana woman, 19, 'fired a gun at a man after he refused to
perform oral sex on her
then stole his shotgun and Playstation as he fled by jumping off the second floor balcony'
HISPANIC 27-Year-Old Man Arrested For Raping Woman Inside Her
Apartment, Police Say
NEWARK, Del. (CBS) – A man has been arrested after sexually assaulting a woman in Newark, Delaware, police say. The incident happened inside the victim’s apartment on O’Daniel Avenue, around 8:40 a.m. on Saturday.
Police say 27-year-old Luis Rivera, of Penns Grove, New Jersey, began physically and sexually assaulting the victim after unlawfully entering her apartment.
HISPANICS indicted in Wisconsin accused of forced immigrant
labor - kidnapped and forced Mexicans into slavery
MILWAUKEE – Federal prosecutors indicted five people accused of forcing 14 Mexican (illegal aliens) to work in farms in Wisconsin "by means of serious harm and threats of serious harm."
Prosecutors said in a grand jury indictment unsealed Tuesday that the workers "were victims of a severe form of human trafficking," had their documents seized to prevent travel and were shielded from detection by being hidden "in buildings and other places." The indictment provides scant details about the abuse the men suffered.
The indictment alleges the defendants recruited the immigrants, all Mexican men, and got them agriculture work visas under the pretense they would work in Georgia. Instead, prosecutors say the defendants brought them to Wisconsin farms, where they worked from July 2016 to Nov. 10, 2016. The indictment doesn't say where in Mexico the men were recruited and the victims are not named. Their current status is not mentioned in the court documents.
The indicted are: Saul Garcia, 49, Saul Garcia, Jr., 26, Daniel Garcia, 28, Consuelo Garcia, 45, and Maria Remedios Garcia-Olalde, 52. They face several charges, including forced labor, trafficking in peonage, slavery, and involuntary servitude. One of the men is also accused of trying to influence the testimony of two of the victims to the grand jury.
NYPD ‘brothel cop’ Ludwig Paz pleads guilty to running
prostitution, gambling ring
A former NYPD detective and his wife both pleaded guilty to masterminding a multimillion-dollar prostitution and gambling ring with the help of seven current police officers, officials said Wednesday.
Ludwig Paz, 51, who was assigned to the NYPD vice squad, copped to two counts of attempted enterprise corruption and one count of third-degree promoting prostitution, acting Queens District Attorney John Ryan said. Paz is scheduled to be sentenced in June. His wife, Arelis Peralta, pleaded guilty to two counts of attempted enterprise corruption and was sentenced to 364 days in jail.
surnamed Bronx man busted with arsenal of guns, phony police
A Bronx man was busted with an arsenal of weapons, including several rifles and an Uzi, and fake police badges after he allegedly strangled his wife, police said Wednesday.
Charles Figueroa, 47 — who is employed as a sanitation worker in Westchester — was first reported to cops on May 14 after he and his wife got into a fight and he allegedly locked her out of their Bronx home, police said.
When the wife managed to get inside, Figueroa allegedly pulled her by the hair and strangled her, according to cops.
Ex-Harlem teacher Christian Toro who hid explosives in home gets
6 years in prison
One of the twin brothers who were busted last year for keeping bomb-making materials in their Bronx apartment — a former Harlem Prep teacher who enlisted the help of students to make explosives — has been sentenced to nearly six years in prison.
Christian Toro, 28, and his twin brother, Tyler Toro, were busted in February 2018 with bomb-making materials in their Pelham Bay apartment that included explosive powder, a strip of magnesium metal, the key ingredients for a substance used in incendiary bombs and a box of fireworks.
During a search of Toros’ apartment, federal agents also found a jar with gasoline and styrofoam mixed together — which they say can be mixed to make improvised napalm. The feds also say that Christian Toro paid minor students from his school $50 per hour to remove the explosive powder from fireworks and that he had a sexual relationship with one of the students when she was 16 years old.
search for driver suspected in Utah highway killing
BOISE, Idaho – Police in Idaho were searching Thursday near a small town for a man suspected of shooting and killing a motorist along a desolate stretch of interstate highway in Utah.
Jonathan Llana, 45, of Los Angeles was being sought near Burley after crashing his car during a chase by authorities, Idaho State Police said, describing him as armed and dangerous. Officials said they didn't know a motive for the shooting Wednesday night on a stretch of Interstate 84 called Rattlesnake Pass in northern Utah.
Victim Dennis Gwyther of Salt Lake City and a passenger were traveling in a Range Rover from Salt Lake City to Boise, Idaho, for work, Utah State Bureau of Investigation Lt. Ryan Van Fleet said, Llana owns a silver Volkswagen Jetta that Idaho troopers pursued until it crashed into a canal along Interstate 86, Van Fleet said. The driver ran and authorities were searching for him Thursday, with the assistance of a helicopter, officials said. Llana is considered armed and dangerous.
wants tribunal to try some Islamic State members
UNITED NATIONS – The Netherlands is calling for the establishment of a tribunal to prosecute members of the Islamic State extremist group responsible for "mass atrocity crimes."
Dutch Foreign Minister Stef Blok made the proposal at a U.N. Security Council meeting Thursday on the protection of civilians in conflict, saying there must be accountability and an end to impunity for violations of international human rights and humanitarian laws.
He said Islamic State fighters responsible for mass atrocities should be prosecuted, preferably in the region, and if feasible by "an ad hoc or hybrid international criminal tribunal."
"I am fully aware of the complex obstacles on our road towards this goal," Blok said. "But we have to keep in mind: Justice is a prerequisite of lasting peace and security."
Philadelphia Opens First LGBTQ-Friendly Permanent Housing
Residence For Young Sex Deviants
Teacher had sex with 16-year-old male student in SUV behind
A 16-year-old boy told state police that a gym teacher in upstate New York sent him nude photos before having sex with him in a car behind a hotel, court records show.
Lindsey M. Halstead, 29, was arrested Tuesday on charges of sexual misconduct and endangering the welfare of a child after the teen told police he had sex with the former Waterloo High School teacher in Seneca Falls, state police announced.
New Jersey woman charged in sex assault, murder of 70-year-old
OLD BRIDGE, New Jersey (WABC) -- A New Jersey woman has been charged with the aggravated sexual assault and murder of a 70-year-old woman.
Caroline Beckert, 40, of Old Bridge was arrested and charged Thursday with first-degree murder, aggravated sexual assault in the first degree, and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose in the second degree in the murder of Joann Cullinan, 70, of Old Bridge. Cullinan was found dead inside her home at the Glenwood apartments Wednesday night. Police have not yet revealed how she died. Beckert is currently being held in the Middlesex County Adult Corrections Center. She's due in court Friday in New Brunswick Superior Court.
The two women were “acquaintances,” according to the affidavit.
selling statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee
(text of news story)
|22 May 2019|
pointy-headed black) Florida Man Charged In Deaths Of Elderly
(White) Canadian Couple Staying Pompano Beach
POMPANO BEACH (CBSMiami) – Deputies have charged a man in the deaths of an elderly couple back in March. Deputies say 28-year-old Quinton Johnson is facing murder charges. Johnson was already behind bars in connection to a separate shooting and robbery. Deputies say Johnson killed 80-year-old Marc Gagne and 78-year-old Rita Gagne at their home on Birdie Lane. According to the arrest report, Johnson beat the couple to death after breaking into their home. He is now facing multiple charges, including first degree murder. - (Black-on-white)
Man Arrested For Gunning Down Longtime Transgender Advocate On
North Philadelphia Street
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A man has been arrested in the murder of a longtime transgender advocate in Philadelphia. Police say 28-year-old Troy Bailey was arrested Monday for gunning down Michelle “Tamika” Washington, a transgender woman, on the 3400 block of North 11th Street. Washington was shot multiple times, early Sunday morning. Smith also added that the shooting is not being investigated as a hate crime.
Man Arrested After Teenage Girl Asks Kentucky Fried Chicken
Employees for Help, She Was Abducted and Held
A North Texas man police believe abducted an underage girl was arrested after she told workers at a fast food restaurant that she was held against her will and sexually assaulted, police say. The juvenile girl was reunited with her family Tuesday after she ran into the Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant on Boyd Road and told an employee that she needed help and that she was being held captive. co-manager Shannon Cates said.
Cates and fellow manager Lynci Cedillo began to comfort the girl as they locked the doors of the restaurant and called police. "I immediately jumped in, grabbed my phone and the cops were here in less than two minutes," Cedillo said.
The girl told responding police officers that 24-year-old Diamond Marquis Williams left her in the car while he went into a pawn shop across the street. Azle police officers then quickly located and detained Williams. The girl said she met Williams on Snapchat and was taken from the Fort Worth home she shares with her parents five days ago.
Milwaukee man arrested after allegedly sexually assaulting
victim he forced into truck
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A DNA match led investigators to a man wanted for sexual assault.
Joseph Keys is behind bars on $160,000 bail. Keys allegedly kidnapped a woman on March 2 near 15th and Meinecke. According to the criminal complaint, the victim was walking when she saw a red truck circling the block around her. The woman saw the truck on six separate occasions during her walk. At one point, the driver allegedly rolled down the window and said to the woman "hey baby, can I get your number?"
The victim allegedly ignored the truck and was near an alley entrance when she felt someone pulling her back by both of her arms.
According to the criminal complaint, the victim was then dragged into the red turck and the driver forced her to do sexual acts. The driver then told the woman that he was going to take her home to his cousin. When the truck pulled up to a gas station, the victim ran inside and called for help. DNA from the victim matched Joseph Keys.
Keys is now charged with kidnapping, false imprisonment, and second degree sexual assault.
Richmond man armed with small ax confined, controlled woman
RICHMOND, Ind. — A Richmond man allegedly threatened a woman with a small ax to control her and force her to perform a sexual act on him. Chris Lavar Mays, 38, of the 5100 block of South Eighth Street remained in the Wayne County Jail early this week on a $35,000 bond. The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office formally charged Mays with Level 3 felony criminal confinement with a deadly weapon, Level 6 felony sexual battery and Level 6 felony battery causing moderate injury. Mays is a habitual offender because of previous felony convictions for dealing cocaine and possession of methamphetamine.
Man sentenced Friday for sexually abusing woman while committing
a robbery in 2017
An Iowa City man who sexually abused a woman while committing an armed robbery in 2017 was sentenced Friday to up to 75 years in prison and must register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.
Sullivan Pierre Smith-Berry, 26, was sentenced on three counts of first-degree robbery, one count of second-degree sex abuse and one count of first-degree burglary.
"The case was absolutely terrifying for the victims," said Johnson County Attorney Janet Lyness. "They didn't even feel safe to come back to Iowa City for his sentencing." He is required to serve a minimum of 35 years in prison and once eligible for parole, he'll be required to report to a parole officer for the rest of his life.
According to police complaints, a second man, Earl Lee Riley Jr., 30, was allegedly part of the Nov. 3, 2017 incident. He is awaiting trial and his next hearing is scheduled for June 21. He faces the same charges.
Florida Man Arrested For Abusing Dog Who Later Became ‘Deputy
LEE COUNTY (CBSMiami) – A Florida man is under arrest and charged with animal cruelty in connection to the abuse case of a dog found with his mouth-taped shut and dehydrated in February. The dog later becoming part of the Lee County Sheriff’s office in Fort Myers. Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno announced the arrest of 18-year-old Oscar Lee Thompson III on Monday as "Deputy Chance" (Dog) stood by his side at the podium. Chance was found Feb. 26 roaming through a Fort Myers neighborhood with red electrical tape around his mouth. Chief Marceno described the dog as “near death.” Fingerprints lifted from the red electrical tape and an anonymous crime stoppers tip helped lead investigators to Thompson, said Chief Marceno. “Over 70 percent of the people who abuse animals will eventually abuse a human being,” Marceno said. “If you hurt an animal in this county you will go to jail.” Shortly after his rescue, Chance, a Florida cur breed, was adopted by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office and became a mascot for the department. He was deputized on March 7.
Chattanooga man (not a nice person) pours boiling bleach on
girlfriend & man - Is this adultery and/or fornication?
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Chattanooga Police are charging a 37-year-old man after an affidavit says he poured boiling bleach to wake a man and woman, and attacked the man with a hammer.
Johnny Dewayne Dortch is charged with aggravated domestic assault for the incident, which police say happened on May 5th at a home on Wilson Street. The woman told police who arrived on the scene that Dortch woke her and another man up by pouring boiling bleach on both them, and attacking the man with a hammer.
The affidavit says Dortch had been living with the woman for the past few weeks, but had not been at home in the moments leading up to the incident. The woman told police he used her house key to get inside. The affidavit says investigators noticed burns on the woman's face, neck, head, shoulders and back, and saw burns and abrasions on the man, too.
The man told investigators he didn't fight back, and instead told him, "let's just talk," according to the affidavit.
The man told police he was not interested in pressing charges, because "he understood why Dortch was angry."
arrests Negress (former DeKalb Coonmissioner) Sharon Barnes
Sutton on charges of extortion and bribery
DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - A federal grand jury has indicted former DeKalb County Commissioner Sharon Barnes Sutton on charges of extortion and bribery.
The indictment accuses Sutton of soliciting two $500 payments to support a $10 million contract on a county sewer treatment plant. Sutton's alleged crimes date back almost exactly five years, which raises questions about whether prosecutors moved now because the statute of limitations was nearing.
Ex-footballer Kellen Winslow Jr. rape accuser claims ‘he
threatened to kill me’
VISTA, Calif. — A female hitchhiker who accused former NFL player Kellen Winslow Jr. of raping her after he picked her up testified Tuesday that she did not flee or defend herself because the muscular football star had threatened to kill her.
Winslow’s attorneys said the two had consensual sex and suggested she had a drinking problem. They said she has given inconsistent statements and lied to the jury about being sober for 30 years, pointing out that she has been arrested 11 times for public intoxication.
The woman, identified as Jane Doe 1, is the first of five accusers expected to take the stand.
Winslow is accused of raping three women and exposing himself to two others. All are expected to testify.
The 55-year-old Jane Doe 1 described in detail how Winslow drove her to a shopping center parking lot after picking her up in March 2018 and then raped her in his vehicle. “He threatened to kill me, and I really believed that he would have,” she testified.
Winslow’s attorney Marc Carlos in cross-examining the woman asked if she remembered taking the witness stand at a preliminary hearing in July and pointing at defense lawyer Brian Watkins when asked to identify her attacker.
Winslow and Watkins are both black. - (Well maybe the black lawyer also raped the victim :)
2016 Oregon, Blacks Represent 1.9% of the Population of the
State and 35 Percent of Homicide Suspects
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74 kidnapped, attacked by dog, repeatedly raped in San
Francisco by Manuel Jesus Amador
Hispanic Man drags 74-year-old pedestrian into San Francisco home, rapes her over 5 hours, police say
A 74-year-old woman on a morning walk in San Francisco was grabbed and dragged into the home of a man, attacked by a pit bull, held captive for five hours and repeatedly raped before being left semi-conscious on the sidewalk, investigators said.
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Oxford Police officer arrested in (black) Mississippi mother's
killing - was "possibly involved
in sexual relationship"
OXFORD, Miss. (WREG) -- An Oxford Police officer has been arrested in the case of a 32-year-old mother who was found dead in Oxford on Sunday. The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation is looking into the case of Dominique Clayton as a homicide. MBI investigators arrested Matthew Kinne after an investigation that began Sunday. He was charged with murder, MBI said. Kinne is being held in the Panola County Jail pending his court appearance.
Jeff McCutchen, interim chief with the Oxford Police Department, said that early on in the investigation, it was found that Kinne, a four-year officer with Oxford Police, was possibly involved in a relationship with the victim.
A family member said that Clayton's body was lying on her bed and there was a lot of blood on the back of her head.
|Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS|
|21 May 2019|
DEMONIC KILLER) sentenced to DEATH
for murdering (WHITE) couple at Cleveland car dealership
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The man convicted of killing a couple who owned a car dealership in Cleveland was sentenced to death by Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas Judge Brian Corrigan on Tuesday.
Joseph McAlpin was sentenced for 10 charges, including two counts of aggravated murder, stemming from the deadly robbery in April of 2017.
On May 16, the jury assigned to McAlpin’s trial deliberated for approximately 30 minutes before recommending the death sentence as punishment. Judge Corrigan honored the jury’s recommendation by finding capital punishment fit for McAlpin’s crimes. The death sentence will now be appealed directly to the Supreme Court of Ohio.
McAlpin was convicted in April of killing Trina Tomola, Michael Kuznik, and their dog at the married couple’s car dealership, Mr. Cars, on East 185th Street in 2017. The couple’s son found their bodies later that evening. Several cars and cash were also stolen. McAlpin represented himself throughout the trial, which began on March 18.
Family of the victims did not want to address McAlpin in open court during Tuesday’s sentencing, but Cleveland Councilman Michael Polensek was willing to speak. He referred to McAlpin as “a demonic killer” that terrorized the North Collinwood neighborhood. “This crime on Good Friday not only devastated the family and tore that family apart, but devastated the community,” Polensek exclaimed passionately.
Two additional suspects, Jerome Diggs (left) and Andrew Keener, are also charged in connection with the murders.
Keener pleaded guilty and testified against McAlpin during his trial, saying McAlpin was the gunman and mastermind behind the deadly robbery. Keener was scheduled to be sentenced this May, but the proceedings were delayed until a later date after his attorneys requested closure in McAlpin’s legal process first. Diggs has a pretrial court appearance scheduled for June 3. - (Black-on-white)
arrest black ex-convict with stolen gun, 2 white women with him
with drug stuff during Chico traffic stop
CHICO, Calif. - Butte County sheriff's deputies arrested three people and recovered a stolen firearm during a traffic stop early Monday morning. According to the Butte County Sheriff's Office, a deputy initiated a traffic stop around 2:23 a.m. on Monday in the area of East 1st Avenue and the Esplanade in Chico. The deputy asked one of the occupants to exit the vehicle. While he was searching Shelton Wardsworth, 31, of Chico, the deputy said he became noticeably nervous and fled on foot. ("feets don't fail me now")
While running, he ran into another deputy and a struggle ensued. The deputy he ran into noticed Wardsworth had a gun in his pocket. The deputies were able to detain him and secure the firearm. Wardsworth was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon, resisting arrest, felon in possession of a firearm and possession of stolen property. Authorities determined that the gun found in Wardsworth's possession was stolen.
Two additional people in the vehicle were arrested. Shatana Goods, 30, of Chico was arrested on possession of drug paraphernalia and an additional warrant. Andrea Reichenbach, 44, of Oroville, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.
note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't
buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks
FAGS: Maysville resident found guilty of raping child
Quonshe Brimmer, 25, was found guilty of first-degree statutory rape, first-degree statutory sex offense and taking indecent liberties with a minor in Onslow County Superior Court on Thursday. Brimmer was sentenced to a 39-to-48 years in prison. Brimmer, who identifies as a transgender woman, will serve the sentence at the North Carolina Department of Public Safety Central Prison for male detainees. The sex offenses occurred over several months in 2010, according to Assistant District Attorney Kaelyn Avery. The victim was between 5 and 6 years old at the time.
“This was a really long time coming for this family,” Avery said of the case. “To see the relief on their faces ... it’s something that I’ll always remember.” According to Avery, the jury deliberated for an hour and a half before reaching their verdict of guilty on all three counts at approximately 4:15 p.m. Presiding Judge Phyllis Gorham sentenced Brimmer on the three charges to be served concurrently, according to Avery. Brimmer was also ordered to lifetime registration as a sex offender. Brimmer was already serving time for failing to register as a sex offender in a previous case,
finds (black African immigrant,
refugee and/or asylum seeker) a former Somali
colonel, responsible for torture
Virginia -- A jury has found a (black migrant) who once served as a colonel in the Somali Army responsible for torturing a man more than 30 years ago as part of a government campaign to repress its perceived enemies.
After three days of deliberations, the civil jury on Tuesday awarded a $500,000 verdict to Farhan Mohamoud Tani Warfaa, a member of the Isaaq (EE'-sock) clan in northern Somalia. Warfaa came to the U.S. and testified at the trial last week. He said he was 17 years old when he was rounded up in a mass arrest and beaten and hogtied during interrogations. Finally he was shot and left for dead, but survived. Yusuf Abdi Ali, who now lives in Alexandria, acknowledged he was a Somali colonel but denied torturing Warfaa.
Another black African most-likely muslim Somali a WINNER! in the Black-Victims-Sue-2-Get-Rich Sweepstakes
Man accused of attacking, sexually assaulting woman as she took
out recycling - caught because sperm DNA on file
DENVER — A man has been charged in connection with the rape and assault of a woman in her own home, a release from the Denver District Attorney's Office said. Jerome Lucas, 34, is accused of attacking the victim on the afternoon of March 24 as she walked back inside her home after taking out her recycling. Lucas punched her in the head several times, which caused her to fall to the ground, the news release said. The victim told investigators that he asked for her money and her good jewelry, prosecutors said. He tied her up, gagged her, and then raped her. Afterward, according to prosecutors, he barricaded her front door with her couches then stole her car and fled.
The victim went out her back door and got to a friend’s house where 911 was called. She was then taken to Denver Health Medical Center for treatment. A DNA profile was obtained from evidence taken from the scene and a CODIS hit resulted in a match to Lucas, the news release said. On April 25, 2019, Lucas was apprehended by Portland Police and U.S. Marshals on and extradited back to Denver Police.
Sexual predator accused of armed sexual assault on victim
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — A convicted child sex predator is back behind bars in Tallahassee after deputies say he knocked a victim unconscious and sexually assaulted her while holding a machete knife to her throat.
Leon County deputies responded to the Dollar General on Blountstown Highway in regards to a sexual battery that occurred on Friday. Deputies say the the incident occurred near Jackson Bluff Road. When deputies arrived on scene, they noticed the victim had multiple scratches on her chest and neck, along with a swollen jaw and bruises on her hip. The victim told deputies that she and Raymond Brown, 66, were arguing, when he hit her in the head and knocked her unconscious. Documents say the victim then woke up to Brown spanking her on the hip with a machete style knife. The victim also told deputies that her underwear and shorts were removed.
The victim said Brown was behind her on his knees while he sexually assaulted her. Brown then held the knife to the victim's neck while he continued to assault her. Minutes later, the victim was able to kick the knife out of Brown's hand and break free. Shortly after, Brown grabbed the victim's neck and began strangling her. Eventually, the victim said he let her go and began destroying her belongings with his knife. Brown also threatened to kill the victim if she left or called the police.
nab (black) suspect in violent Colonial Heights abduction, sex
COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Va. (WRIC) -- A Chesterfield County man has been arrested and charged in connection with a violent sex assault that occurred earlier this month in Colonial Heights. Police said the crime occurred in the early-morning hours of May 2 after they were called to the 200 block of Archer Avenue at 5:30 a.m. for reports of a suspicious female. Once on scene, officers found the woman in the woods; she was visibly disoriented and injured.
She later told police she had met an unknown man in
Petersburg earlier in the evening and agreed to join him at
a restaurant in Colonial Heights. Later that night, the two left
the restaurant and drove to 241 Archer Avenue -- better known as
Archer Avenue Pavilion.That's where the woman says the man
robbed her of cash and both physically and sexually assaulted
her. She was transported to VCU Medical Center with
injuries that were described as non-life threatening. Based on the
description provided by the alleged victim, police were able to
identify the suspect as 52-year-old Michael F. Gholson of
Jersey Mom Indicted For Smothering 13-Month-Old Son While
Impaired On ‘Opioid-Based Drug’
LUMBERTON, N.J. (CBS) — A Lumberton woman has been indicted on a homicide charge after she killed her 13-month-old son when she passed out on top of him after using drugs, according to prosecutors. Thirty-three-year-old Antoinette King was indicted on charges of manslaughter and endangering the welfare of a child for smothering her son, Jeremiah, on Jan. 19. Authorities were called to King’s home that day for a report of an unconscious woman and baby. Investigators say King was found by a relative inside the home lying on top of Jeremiah. Both were unresponsive. An investigation revealed that King had been drinking alcohol and had also taken an opioid-based drug. King was revived using Narcan, but Jeremiah could not be revived and was pronounced dead. An autopsy revealed the cause of death to be compression asphyxia.
Searching For Two BLACK Men, Three BLACK Women After
Afro-migrant Victim Gunned Down In Philly Apt
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia police are searching for two men accused of gunning down a man at his Southwest Philadelphia apartment last month. Police are also looking for three women who were with the victim at the time of the deadly shooting and were then seen fleeing the scene with the alleged shooters. The shooting happened April 9, just after 11 p.m., at 7700 Lindbergh Boulevard. Surveillance video shows the moment the two men arrive at the apartment and fatally shoot 33-year-old Nana Opoku (FROM GHANA IN DARKEST AFRICA) The women are then seen running out. Police say they all left with the offenders in a gray Chevy Malibu.
CNN don't reveal suspected killer of 12 elderly women is illegal
NBC and CNN omitted the fact that the suspected serial killer of at least a dozen elderly women in Texas is an illegal alien, with the former skipping coverage of the mass murderer altogether.
“Billy Chemirmir – a 46-year-old former healthcare worker – had already been charged with capital murder in March 2018 in the death of Lu Thi Harris, 81, but was indicted on Tuesday for 11 additional deaths: five in Collin County and six more in Dallas County,” the Daily Caller reported. “Court records show that Chemirmir – a citizen of Kenya living illegally in the United States – allegedly smothered his victims with a pillow and then robbed them …” Both CNN and NBC have not indicated the illegal alien status of the killer, with the former passing up to story altogether.
Suspect at center of NYPD cop’s death proclaims innocence, asks
judge for a ‘ride home’
A career criminal who’s accused of causing the friendly fire death of an NYPD cop — by robbing a cellphone store with a fake gun — stunned a packed courtroom on Wednesday when he asked the judge for a “ride home.”
”I had nothing to do with any of the incident that I’m here for today. I had nothing to do with it. Can you just give me a ride home? Or call me a cab? I had nothing to do with this,” Christopher Ransom said during an appearance in Queens Supreme Court. But instead of a chauffeured drive, Ransom got a stern warning from Justice Kenneth Holder.
Sports: Ex-basketballer Lamar Odom admits using fake penis to
pass Olympics drug test
Also in the memoir, Odom admits that he began cheating on Kardashian soon after the wedding.
“I couldn’t keep my d–k in my pants or the coke out of my nose,” he writes, blaming the “lethal cocktail” of sudden celebrity, his diminishing NBA career, and his addiction.
In 2015, the former LA Lakers star overdosed at a brothel near Las Vegas during a five-day sex-and-drug binge, and nearly died.
Off-Duty Firefighter Attacked By (feral black pack of jackals)
After Defending Elderly Couple
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — An off-duty firefighter tried to be a good Samaritan and instead ended up in the hospital. The NYPD said he was brutally beaten by a group of (feral fatherless black) teenagers and now cops are trying to track them down. The hunt is one for three boys and three girls believed to be between the ages of 15 and 17. The group was deliberately cutting in front of an elderly couple, making it hard for them to share the sidewalk.
John Mongiello, a 38-year-old off-duty FDNY firefighter, allegedly told them to cut it out. Police said he was then punched, pushed to the ground and hit repeatedly. Mongiello was beaten so badly he suffered a concussion and his teeth were broken. He was taken to Columbia Hospital, Cline-Thomas reported. - (Black-on-white)
Man meets Alpharetta woman on dating site, defrauds her out of
$80K, police say
Gwinnett County police are looking for a man they say defrauded an Alpharetta woman out of more than $80,000 after meeting her on a dating website, telling her he was a millionaire and convincing her they were in love.
Police have a warrant for the arrest of John Martin Hill, who is charged with theft by deception. The 35-year-old is also accused of defrauding women in the same way in four other states, authorities said.
“During their short romance, he convinced her that they were in love and wanted to buy a house together,” Gwinnett spokeswoman Cpl. Michele Pihera said. “They went house-hunting and selected a home they were interested in.”
Within a week of knowing one another, Hill and the woman agreed to get married, Pihera said.
She gave Hill more than $80,000 to put toward the purchase of the house and to buy furniture.
“Following the exchange of money, the suspect ceased all contact,” Pihera said.
of Alabama Police charge (black) man with sexual extortion
A man from Georgia is facing four felony charges after three women reported he threatened to distribute explicit photos of them. Micheal Antonio Downing, 22, was arrested April 16 after three women reported him to University of Alabama Police. All three said Downing contacted them through Instagram messages and offered either $350 or $450 to talk with him on FaceTime. All agreed, according to court records. Once the FaceTime video chats were underway, he offered the woman more money to expose themselves, police said.
All three women told police that Downing took screenshots from the video chats and later messaged them from another account, threatening to distribute the photos to their friends and family if they didn’t meet with him and engage in sexual activity. Two of the women called police at that point. A third met him in a parking deck on campus. Downing deleted three photos of the woman after that encounter, she told police, but he threatened to distribute others if she didn’t meet him again. That’s when she contacted UAPD.
Family defends black man arrested for setting Tommie the Dog on
RICHMOND, Va. -- The wife of the man accused of setting fire to Tommie, a dog found tied to a Richmond park fence, said the public started to threaten her children in the hours after her husband's arrest.
"People [are saying they're] going to burn my apartment, people were going to burn my children, hang my kids, burn my kids alive," the woman, who asked her name not be made public, said. "I just don’t understand."
Jyahshua A. Hill, 20, appeared in court Tuesday for his arraignment hearing on a felony animal cruelty charge.
And Cars Don't Mix - Medley
Girl Critically Injured in NJ Hit-and-Run, Officials Say
A 2-year-old girl was struck by a pickup truck when she was crossing the street to go to church on Mother's Day, her family and officials said. The driver fled the scene, but hours later a 26-year-old Newark man was arrested and charged in the case, officials said.
Eno Itoro was critically hurt, but she is expected to survive, her father Jameson Itoro told NBC 4 New York as he returned from the hospital. "She’s alive and that’s all I need,” Itoro said. Eno suffered multiple rib fractures, a double collapsed lung and lung lacerations, Ambrose said.
Romane Errol, Sr., was arrested and charged with causing serious bodily injury and driving without a valid license, said Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose. It wasn't immediately known whether he had an attorney.
Beach Yoga Studio Alleges Ex-basketballer
Dennis Rodman, Others Stole Clothing and 400-Pound
A Newport Beach yoga studio claims former NBA star Dennis Rodman entered the business twice in two days this week and helped other people, including a former employee of the studio, steal more than $3,500 in merchandise, including a 400-pound amethyst crystal.
Ali Shah, who with his wife, Ariana, owns Vibes Hot Yoga at 100 W. Coast Hwy., said he watched the events unfold on live security video. Shah said a man whom he identified as Rodman walked into the shop with a former Vibes employee and another man and woman just before the shop was scheduled to close at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.
“It’s clear as daylight,” Shah said of the security footage.
Read the full story on LATimes.com. - (subscription required after a few 'free' reads)
| (Mex-mestizo) Truck
thief stabbed 75-year-old (White) woman and squatted in her
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A 19-year-old man who police say confessed to stabbing a woman to death at her home stole the victim's money to go to the store and returned to eat while she was dead, law enforcement sources said.
Houston police said Marco Cobos was arrested Monday for capital murder in the death of a 75-year-old woman, who neighbors identified as Etta Nugent.
Cobos had been sleeping in a stolen truck in the area of the 8100 block of Neff Street for at least two days prior to the stabbing.
Cobos returned to Nugent's home, where he ate around the woman's body, sources added. He also apparently used Nugent's credit card to pay his cell phone bill. Cobos attempted to return to the woman's house, and that's when they found him. Police said he later confessed to the stabbing.
Man, Isidro Pacheco, blamed ‘brain surgery’ after
allegedly stabbing wife to death
A Queens man was charged Tuesday for allegedly stabbing his wife to death and bashing her with a cutting board — and tried to blame his “brain surgery” for making him snap. Isidro Pacheco, 56, turned himself in at the 103rd Precinct in Jamaica on Monday after wife Isabel Galeano, 44, was repeatedly stabbed while cooking in their home on Atari Lane that day, cops said.
Pacheco allegedly plunged a kitchen knife into his wife’s back — also cutting her hand — while bashing her with a wooden cutting board, sources say. “Why did you do that?” he told cops she pleaded in Spanish while under attack. First responders arrived at the house at 2 p.m. Monday after a 911 call of an attack in progress. Isabel was rushed to Jamaica Hospital but died from her wounds at 7:45 a.m. Tuesday, police said. After turning himself in to cops, Pacheco allegedly told them he attacked her “because I had brain surgery,” sources said.
| Queer Faggot Homo Headline: Amended
sex abuse suit filed against W.Va. Catholic diocese
WHEELING, W.Va. – West Virginia's attorney general is accusing the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston of failing to publicly disclose allegations of sexual abuse against a Catholic school teacher. Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced an amended lawsuit Tuesday against the diocese and former Bishop Michael Bransfield, who resigned last year. A diocese spokesman didn't immediately comment on the complaint. It accuses the diocese of keeping secret a 2006 report on sexual abuse allegations involving a teacher in Kanawha County. Morrisey says an internal investigation alleged the teacher used alcohol and prescription drugs to gain a teenage student's trust before multiple incidents of abuses occurred.
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Transgender Advocate Gunned Down On North Philadelphia Street
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A longtime advocate for the transgender community was shot multiple times and killed on a North Philadelphia street on Sunday. The body of Michelle “Tamika” Washington, a transgender woman, was found on the 3400 block of North 11th Street, shortly after 5 a.m. Police say Washington suffered gunshot wounds to the head and body. It was transported to Temple University where she was pronounced dead. Philadelphia LGBT officials were heartbroken over Washington’s death.
“I am devastated by the senseless murder of yet another one of our trans sisters. Tamika was a brilliant and outgoing member of Philadelphia’s transgender community, known for her advocacy and mentorship, and she will be profoundly missed. The epidemic of violence that continues to plague the transgender community—disproportionately impacting trans women of color— is heartbreaking, frightening, and infuriating,” said Amber Hikes, the executive director of Philadelphia’s Office of LGBT Affairs.
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racist) Suspect aimed to kill at least 10 white churchgoers
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A prosecutor said Monday that a black man charged with fatally shooting a woman and wounding seven people at a Nashville church aimed to kill at least 10 white churchgoers and cited a 2015 massacre at a black church in South Carolina.
Nashville Deputy District Attorney Amy Hunter made the comments during opening statements in the trial of Emanuel Kidega Samson, 27. Prosecutors have said they're seeking life without parole for Samson, who faces a 43-count indictment, including a first-degree murder charge, in the September 2017 shooting at Burnette Chapel Church of Christ.
Members of the church packed the courtroom, at times becoming emotional when attorneys and witnesses recounted a Sunday filled with chaos, tragedy and heroism. The shooting rampage killed 38-year-old Melanie L. Crow of Smyrna, Tennessee. She was shot in the church parking lot, and dropped her Bible and notes from a recently concluded worship ceremony that had just concluded, Hunter said.
Samson, who used to attend the church, is black and the victims are white. Hunter explained that a note in Samson's car cited white supremacist Dylann Roof's massacre at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, in 2015. It also referenced the red, black and green Pan-African flag, sometimes called RBG.
"Dylann Roof is less than nothing," the note read, Hunter said. "The blood that 10 of your kind will shed is that of the color upon the RBG flag in terms of vengeance." The note included an expletive and ended with a smiley face, Hunter said.
"This state will prove beyond all reasonable doubt that on Sept. 24, 2017, this defendant, Emanuel Kidega Samson, went to the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ with the intent to murder a minimum of 10 white churchgoers on that day," Hunter said. "You won't have to take the state's word for it though."
Hunter also said the calamity revealed a "true life hero."
Churchgoer Robert Caleb Engle has testified that during the rampage, he twice confronted the gunman, who was wearing a tactical vest and a motorcycle-style mask with a clown smile on it. Engle said he was pistol-whipped three times in the head. At one point, he pushed the gun back on the shooter and a shot fired, striking the gunman and sending him to the ground.
Engle said his father kicked the gun away, stood on the shooter's hand and told Engle to go get his gun out of his truck.
Engle came back with his weapon, put his foot on the shooter's back and stood guard until first responders arrived.
A judge's order had kept many details of the case secret until trial. - (Black-on-white)
Man charged with murder in deadly stabbing of (White) Tampa bus
TAMPA, Fla. — A man charged for resisting arrest following the deadly stabbing of a HART bus driver now is accused of murder.
Justin Ryan McGriff, 35, was placed in police custody because he fit the description given to officers after the stabbing, Tampa police said. He was charged with first-degree murder Sunday. McGriff, believed to be a passenger on the HART bus, is accused of stabbing the driver just after 4 p.m. Saturday near Nebraska Avenue and Locust Street. The suspect ran off the bus and toward Interstate 275, where police found him based on a witness' description.
Suspect in custody after (black) woman found in Detroit dumpster
DETROIT (FOX 2) - Police have arrested James Quill Cockerham in connection to the case where a 27-year-old woman was found in a Detroit dumpster. Officails (sic) said Cockerham was arrested in the 8000 block of Stoepel on Saturday afternoon. The Detroit woman who was killed and left in an apartment's dumpster on Wednesday was Elizabeth Candice Nichole Laird, who was studying to be a nurse before she was brutally murdered. Last Wednesday, police were called to Parkview Towers and Square apartment building on reports of blood in the elevator. They discovered the body of Laird, known by friends and family as Candice, in a dumpster located near the 1600 Block of Robert Bradby Drive. Family friend Michael Hines said she was an all-American girl who was sweet and full of hope and life.
FAGS: Lori Lightfoot becomes 1st black female LESBIAN, openly
gay 'BLACK POWER FIST' Chicago mayor
Chicago mayor elect Lori Lightfoot (L) kisses (white jewish? lesbian) wife Amy Eshleman after speaking
Are the majority of Chicago voters black lesbians or did the Democratic Party machine rig the democratic election results?
Miami man accused of stabbing girlfriend at motel
MIAMI - A Miami man was arrested Thursday after police said he stabbed his girlfriend at a motel. The attack was recorded on the motel's surveillance camera. John Horton, 51, faces charges of attempted murder and battery. Police were called to the Seven Seas Motel around noon Thursday when the woman was stabbed multiple times in the lobby. Paramedics rushed the woman to Jackson Memorial Hospital, where she was listed in critical condition. The woman told police she tried to wake up Horton for a job interview and he grew angry, punching her in the face. The woman went to the lobby to make a payment when Horton followed and stabbed her in the back.
Police said Horton then fled back to his motel room. He was later found and arrested.
Telfair Sister Arrested by FBI ... For Threatening NBA Star's
Sebastian Telfair's sister has been arrested by the FBI for allegedly making violent threats to the ex-NBA star's estranged wife ... TMZ Sports has learned. We broke the story ... Samantha Telfair had gone to police in late April claiming she was getting frightening phone calls from Octavia Telfair, who threatened to "kill my kids and cut my face" all because she testified in Sebastian's NYC gun case. During Sebastian's trial, Samantha told prosecutors she had personally witnessed the former basketball star in possession of multiple weapons, including the gas-operated submachine gun he was allegedly carrying when he was arrested in June 2017.
Man arrested for allegedly killing dog set on fire in Virginia
RICHMOND, Va. – A man accused of killing a dog found set on fire in a Virginia park has been arrested.
20-year-old Jyahshua A. Hill was arrested without incident around 3 p.m. Monday by the U.S. Marshals Regional Fugitive Task Force.
The incident has sparked widespread outrage, touching the hearts of many. Investigators are crediting an outpouring of information and assistance from the public that helped them solve this crime.
“There are a lot of people to thank, but I’d like to single out all the citizens who contributed tips that pointed us in the right direction” said Interim Police Chief William C. Smith. “That, plus the excellent job done by arson investigators who did the bulk of the work, major crimes detectives, forensics technicians and animal control officers who all built a strong case to present to the grand jury.”
Hill was indicted by the Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury on May 8th on one count of felony animal cruelty.
On February 10, Richmond Fire Department units were called to Abner Clay Park, 200 West Clay Street, for a report of a dog being set on fire. - (NNN Burned Alive!)
Firefighters found Tommie with severe burns to his body. He had been tied to a chain-link fence, doused with a flammable liquid and set on fire.
Tommie suffered burns on 40 percent of his body after he was doused in an accelerant and set on fire in a Richmond park. Despite round-the-clock care, he died five days after rescue.
Wounded In Shooting Near Ball State University Campus; (black)
VaShaun Harnett Charged With Attempted Murder
(CBS/AP) — Seven people have been wounded in a shooting near the campus of Ball State University in central Indiana. Police say 19-year-old VaShaun Harnett, of Muncie, has been arrested in connection to the shooting, and is charged with two counts of attempted murder. He is being held at the Delaware County Jail without bond. Police said the shooting happened shortly after 1 a.m. at a house party just west of campus. Muncie Police Chief Joe Winkle said three people were in critical condition. Some of the victims are Ball State students, but the extent of their injuries is not known.
man beaten in broad daylight behind Bronx charter school by the
worthless criminal mouth-breathing Negro
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The NYPD is asking for your help identifying the suspect who assaulted a man in the Morrisania section of the Bronx. It happened on May 1 at a building on Third Avenue and East 167th Street.
Police say the suspect approach the 71-year-old victim from behind and beat him in the face with an unknown object until he was unconscious. The suspect then took off.
The victim suffered a swollen eye and cuts to his face. He was taken to Lincoln Hospital for treatment.
Coon found guilty of kidnapping, raping 7 women
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - A man was found guilty of raping seven women over seven years, U.S. Attorney D. Michael Dunavant announced. Investigators said Michael Love, 45, kidnapped and raped seven Memphis women and tried to do the same with an eighth. Love was arrested in 2015 after pretending to help a woman who ran out of gas. Investigators said Love saw the woman pushing her car and offered help. However, instead of helping, he drove her to a dead end street, pulled her out of the car and attempted to take her clothes off and rape her, according to the police report.
Two years later, Love was indicted by a federal grand jury after DNA from a sexual assault kit linked him to other kidnappings and sexual assaults. Prosecutors said between 2008 and 2015, Love--a Horn Lake resident--traveled to Memphis to find or meet a woman, hold her against her will, rape her, and leave her in a deserted part of the city. Each victim testified she was raped before being forced out of Love's car without her purse, wallet or cell phone.
Dad accused of letting daughter burn
alive in car charged with murder
The dad who allegedly left his 3-year-old daughter to burn alive in a chained-shut car earlier this month has been arrested on murder charges, police said Friday. - (NNN Burned Alive!)
Martin Pereira, 39, of Valley Stream, Long Island, was also charged with arson and reckless endangerment for the horrific May 5 incident in Queens that left little Zoey Pereira dead, cops said.
First responders pulled Zoey’s charred body from a flaming Audi A6 that was doused with gasoline and parked in Springfield Gardens. Pereira – who was locked in a bitter custody dispute with Zoey’s mom, Cherone Coleman – had allegedly threatened to hurt the child before he left the girl to burn, family previously told The Post.
arrest BLACK man accused of pulling trigger in Brooklyn gang
The accused triggerman behind a brutal gang execution in Brooklyn has been apprehended after nearly two months on the lam, the NYPD announced Monday.
Donaven McDay, who was long suspected to be the man who fired the shot that killed 21-year-old Tyquan Eversley on March 19, is now in police custody, the NYPD’s Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea tweeted Monday morning.
Brooklyn man accused of deadly ax attack faces 25 to life
A Brooklyn man accused of using an ax to seriously injure his girlfriend and kill her pregnant pal pleaded not guilty to murder, attempted murder, assault and weapons charges Friday.
Ex-con Jerry Brown, 34, who used the name “Grim Creeper” on social media, remains held without bail in the grisly attack, for which he now faces a maximum prison sentence of 25 years to life.
He has confessed to elements of the attack, Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez said Friday.
The gruesome savagery came to light at 1:30 a.m. April 20, when Brown’s blood-drenched ex, Angela Valle, 21, tried to hail an Uber from the Bushwick Houses to the hospital. The driver, who’d been stopped at a traffic light, called 911.
into car, relaxes inside, then sets it on fire in Brooklyn
- IS IT FILIPINO OR MESTIZO?
A man was caught on video breaking into an unlocked car on a Brooklyn street — relaxing in the backseat for more than five minutes before setting the sedan on fire and sauntering away, police and law enforcement sources said.
Cabbie who fatally hit 80 year old woman in Manhattan is
A cabby who fatally struck an elderly woman in lower Manhattan was let go with just a ticket, cops said Sunday. Bouchouata Miloudi, 44, of Brooklyn, was arrested just after 4:30 p.m. Saturday and charged with failure to yield to a pedestrian and failure to use due care, according to police. Miloudi was making a left turn on Broome Street from Centre Street when he struck the 80-year-old, whose name was not released, the NYPD said. The cabby was taken into custody at the scene. Police said Miloudi was given a desk-appearance ticket and is due in court on a later date.
queer man suspected of flashing 2 boys in Brooklyn caught on
This suspected flasher was really ready for his closeup. Surveillance video released Saturday night by cops in Brooklyn shows a well-dressed young man soon after he allegedly flashed two boys, ages 8 and 11, as they walked in Bay Ridge. In the video, the bespectacled suspect, who is wearing all black, looks straight into the camera.
He exposed his genitals to the kids at Vista Place and 68th Street at 6:15 p.m. on Friday, police said.
He could face charges of endangering the welfare of a child, police said.
|19 May 2019|
(White) Fort Worth 8-year-old
girl found safe; (Black) Suspect in
FORT WORTH, Texas - Fort Worth police say a girl who was snatched from her mother while walking along a street Saturday evening has been found safe. Salem and her mom were on a walk when a man in a vehicle approached the two. He grabbed the girl. The mother jumped in the vehicle to get her daughter back, but the suspect shoved her out and then drove away.
An Amber Alert was issued for Salem Sabatka after the kidnapping, which happened at 6:38 p.m. Saturday in the 2900 block of 6th Avenue, police said.
An Amber Alert was issued for after the kidnapping, which happened at 6:38 p.m. Saturday in the 2900 block of 6th Avenue, police said. Salem and her mom were on a walk when a man in a vehicle approached the two. He grabbed the girl. The mother jumped in the vehicle to get her daughter back, but the suspect shoved her out and then drove away.
Fort Worth police put out an Amber Alert, spreading Salem’s picture and a photo of the suspect’s vehicle.
Police say two local church members spotted the car at the Wood Spring Suites in Forest Hill about nine miles away.
“They did breach one of the doors here and were able to locate Salem safely,” Calzada said.
Police and the community worked together to bring Salem back home.
The suspect, identified as Michael Webb, was also taken into custody and charged with aggravated kidnapping.
Webb has an extensive criminal history, including an arrest for sexual assault in Smith County in April 2018, but that case was later dismissed. - (Black-on-white)
denied for SC (interracial) duo charged in incident where (White)
8-year-old boy was shot, later died
LEXINGTON COUNTY, S.C. (WIS) - A Lexington woman and a Columbia man have both been charged and made co-defendants in connection with a home invasion that led to the shooting death of a child earlier this week.
According to the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department, Linda Lyn Monette, 23, who was in the home at the time of the crime, is charged with murder, attempted murder, criminal conspiracy, burglary and armed robbery, according to arrest warrants. Monette was previously charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and obstruction of justice in connection with the incident.
Reynerio Rafael Romero Jr., 24, is charged with being an accessory to murder before the fact and criminal conspiracy, according to warrants.
“Over the course of our investigation, we’ve gathered information indicating Monette actively conspired with Romero to plan and carry out the armed robbery in the 100 block of Cedar Vale Drive,” Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon said. “The plan was for someone to burglarize the home and take several pounds of marijuana, which was known to be in the residence.”
Mason Hanahan, 8, was in the home and was shot. He later died at the hospital.
Romero and Monette are both being held in the Lexington County Detention Center, according to Koon. Both appeared in court on the new charges on Saturday and their bond was denied. They will both appear in general sessions court on June 27 at 9 a.m.
Dangers of interracial dating
Hook up with a black man - he is going to commit a crime and you are going to get arrested with him.
Carnegie Homicide Suspect Arrested While Taking Out Dog
SCOTT TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Police have arrested the suspect wanted in a double stabbing incident that left one man dead in Carnegie over the weekend.
Police say Richard “Stretch” Mickens Jr., 58, was taken into custody early Wednesday morning at a home on Spikenard Street in Scott Township.According to investigators, police surrounded a home there after getting a tip that Mickens had threatened a person inside with a knife and then fell asleep. Two people inside the home managed to get out safely.
“The CERT team was notified because the actor in the house, he was known to have knives on him at the time,” said Det. Dennis Lawrence, of Carnegie Police. “She was being held at knifepoint. She was able to get out of the house and notify police.”
Scott Township Police officers then took Mickens into custody when he came out of a back door to let the dog out.
“The house was surrounded at the time and he was letting a small dog out the back porch and that’s when he encountered the officers and was taken into custody,” said Det. Lawrence. He was taken to Allegheny County Police headquarters for questioning.
Police say Mickens was wanted in the stabbing and strangulation of 51-year-old Luke Connolly at a home on Third Avenue early Sunday. Connolly was found dead at the scene with three stab wounds to the chest.
“That’s my understanding, that they knew each other in some capacity prior to the event,” said Insp. Andrew Schurman, Allegheny County Police Department, of the relationship between Mickens and Connolly. “So we’re not sure exactly right now what precipitated the assault.” They also believe Mickens stabbed a woman who showed up at the home. She was also allegedly raped. However, she was able to escape to a neighbor’s home and then taken to a local hospital where she remains in critical condition. - (Black-on-white)
note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't
buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks
of (White) woman found dead on street urges (black female HIT
AND RUN) driver to come forward
(BOSTON — Police have identified a woman who was found dead earlier this week in the middle of a street in a Boston neighborhood.
Brenda Lee Keller, 57, of Boston, was found Thursday at the corner of Hiawatha and Fottler roads in Mattapan. Police are asking the public to help them identify what they called "a vehicle of interest" in connection with Keller's death. At the time of the incident, police said a motor vehicle was seen traveling on Hiawatha Road in the direction of Blue Hill Avenue.
The vehicle was described by police as a black sedan with windows that appeared to be tinted.
Police said the driver is described as a black female with a heavy build and long hair wearing a white shirt and black pants.
The victim’s daughter, Chandra Anderson, spoke about how she received the news of her mother’s death after getting a knock on her door late Friday from police. “And they informed me that my mother passed, and it was a car accident,” Anderson said.
Keller had been walking near her home in Mattapan when she was struck and killed. “I just don't understand how somebody could hit her and keep going and not have that on their conscience,” Anderson said. “How do you not stop and make sure they're OK?”
A GoFundMe page has been set up to help with Keller's funeral expenses. - (Black-on-white)
|Crazy killer n1663r killed two white women but too crazy
to stand trial - sent to crazy house - pending Judgement Day
Man accused of killing two women in 2015 ordered to State Hospital at Whitfield
JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - 25 year old Zebulum James remains in the Madison County Detention Center. He is charged with killing two women in November, 2015. We confirmed with the Madison County District Attorney’s office that James was ordered to the State Hospital at Whitfield by the Circuit Court because he is not mentally competent to stand trial. He is still on a waiting list for a bed. A judge ordered a mental evaluation in 2016.
Police say James shot and killed one victim at the Shell gas station on Watkins Drive in Jackson. The second woman was killed as she walked from the Drury Inn to a restaurant in Ridgeland.
- (White female victims: Kristy Mitchell, Suzanne Hogan)
James was also accused of shooting at a Jatran bus, firing into a house and running over a man with his car. His family has said he suffers from paranoid schizophrenia. - (Black-on-white)
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