|29 March 2020|
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black) 53-year-old charged in blunt force trauma death of
(White) Birmingham man
A suspect is behind bars in the blunt force trauma death of a man in Birmingham last month.
Rory Antinio Brownlee, 53, is charged with reckless manslaughter in slaying of 46-year-old Bryan Edward Hooper. Reckless manslaughter is a felony.
On Saturday, Feb. 29, North Precinct officers were dispatched to a fight call at Second Avenue North and 13th Street. Officers arrived on the scene to find Hooper unresponsive on the ground. Hooper was taken to UAB Hospital’s Trauma Center where he remained until his death almost a week later. The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office said he died from blunt force trauma. According to court records, Brownlee “recklessly caused the death of Hooper by hitting him in the head.” Authorities have not announced any additional details in Hooper’s death. Brownlee, also charged with drug possession, is being held in the Jefferson County Jail on bonds totaling $185,000. He has a court date set for April 20. - (Black-on-White)
Suspect charged in armed robbery of (White) woman in Riverchase
Galleria parking deck
A 22-year-old Birmingham man is behind bars and charged in the robbery of a woman in the Riverchase Galleria’s North parking deck.
Hoover police late Friday afternoon announced the arrest of Aiko Nahsima Deonte Mills. He is charged with first-degree robbery.
The holdup happened shortly before 3:30 p.m. Friday, March 13, on the third level of the deck. Joy Geer, a 21-year-old Jefferson State Community College baking and pastry major, was in between appointments so decided to kill some time at the mall. She had just finished reading a text message on her phone and was gathering her belongings together to go inside when she heard, and felt, her driver’s side window glass breaking. “There was a man screaming but I really just saw a gun in my window,’’ she said.
The assailant, described by Hoover police as an unknown black male, had busted her window with his gun and was yelling demands at Geer. She handed him her cell phone and he was screaming for her to give him the code. She told him there wasn’t one. “He was getting frustrated,’’ she said. He then asked for more. “I kept telling him I didn’t have anything, but he said, ‘I don’t care. Give me everything you’ve got.’’’ Once the suspect got her wallet, he fled to a waiting vehicle and left the scene. “The glass had cut me across the face and arms. There was piece lodged in my cheek,’’ Geer said. “I know I sat in my car for a second in shock.”
“I kept looking around hoping somewhere was there,’’ she said, but she was alone. That’s when she sought help inside the mall. “I needed to get inside and tell someone because I didn’t know what he was going to do to someone else.” She quickly found help inside. Mills had fled the scene. - (Black-on-White)
Couple caught having sex in Brookside police station parking lot
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ala (WBMA) — A couple were caught having sex in a car directly outside a police station in Brookside on Friday afternoon, according to authorities.
Brookside police said James Sanders and Paula Garner were caught in the act by a security camera. Brookside police responded and stopped them. Officers said they also smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the car.
A Brookside K9 was called to the scene and crystal methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, marijuana, and a firearm were found inside the vehicle.
Garner was scheduled for court ordered community service to begin earlier that same day, police said. Sanders was her ride.
Both were arrested for numerous charges including Possession of Controlled Substance, Drug Paraphernalia, and Indecent Exposure. Sanders was also charged with Felon in Possession of a Firearm. Sanders had additional misdemeanor warrants outstanding from outside agencies. They were walked into the Brookside Jail by arresting officers and their vehicle was impounded.
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.
York Police seek black man in connection to fatal Harlem subway
Cops have identified a man wanted for questioning in connection to a fatal fire in a Harlem subway station on Friday. The Police Department released a photo of the man but no further information. The NYPD and the MTA are offering a combined $52,500 reward for information leading to an arrest.
MTA train operator Garrett Goble was killed and 16 people were injured when the fire ripped through a 2 train at the 110th Street-Central Park North subway station around 3:15 a.m. Goble, 36, was found unconscious on the tracks by first responders after the blaze was sparked in the second car of the train.
black) man charged in rape, sexual assault of girl in Berks from
when she was only 7 years old
READING, Pa. - A Lancaster County man is in custody on rape and related charges in connection with the sexual assault of a girl in Berks County over a period of more than 12 years.
A team of federal, state and local law enforcement officers, who are part of the United States Marshal's Fugitive Task Force, apprehended Juan Eliezer Melo on Oregon Pike in Manheim Township on Friday. Melo sexually assaulted a young girl at multiple locations in Reading, including the suspect's vehicle and a park, between February 1997 and November 2009, according to detectives with the Berks County district attorney's office.
The girl was approximately seven or eight years old when the alleged abuse began, detectives said.
Melo, now 50, was charged with rape, aggravated indecent assault, statutory sexual assault, indecent assault (two counts), corruption of minors, and endangering the welfare of children. He was committed to the Berks County Jail on $75,000 bail. "Melo" surname most popular in Brazil
‘Grim Sleeper’ serial killer Lonnie Franklin dies (of
old age) on death row at San Quentin
Lonnie David Franklin Jr., the so-called Grim Sleeper serial killer who preyed on Los Angeles women for more than two decades, died Saturday while on death row at San Quentin prison, officials said.
“Franklin was found unresponsive in his single cell on March 28 at about 7:20 p.m. Medical assistance was rendered and an ambulance was summoned. Franklin was pronounced deceased at 7:43 p.m. His cause of death is pending the results of an autopsy; however, there were no signs of trauma,” prison officials said in a statement.
Franklin, 67, was convicted in 2016 of killing nine women and a teenage girl from 1985 to 2007. During the penalty phase of his trial, prosecutors connected him to several additional slayings. Detectives believe he may have killed at least 25 women.
The killer, one of California’s most prolific, targeted victims who were generally young, vulnerable and, at times, ignored. He targeted women who were drug addicts or prostitutes and often dumped their naked bodies alongside roads or in the trash. Many of the women were initially listed as Jane Does. The deaths drew little, if any, media attention.
Police kept the slayings quiet despite suspicions that a serial killer was stalking black women — a decision that led to outrage and condemnation from many who attribute Franklin’s longevity as a killer to police indifference.
fag, rapist) Teen sentenced to 45 years for violent Hapeville
FULTON COUNTY, Ga. - A 19-year-old convicted rapist has been sentenced to 45 years in prison. On September 10, 2016, Kenyatta Cosby, 16 at the time, approached a woman in Hapeville and asked her for a ride to a nearby store. Officials said when they arrived at the store, Cosby refused to get out of her car and forced her to drive to a home along Forrest Hills Drive. Once they arrive, Cosby forced the victim out of the vehicle, dragged her to the backyard of the home, punched her in the face and bit her multiple times. Authorities said Cosby then raped the woman.
Neighbors heard cries and called 911. Responding officers caught Cosby in the act and the rape was recorded on body cam video.
Cosby was arrested at the scene. This week, he entered a non-negotiated guilty plea and was convicted of rape, kidnapping, aggravated assault, aggravated battery, and sexual battery. He was sentenced to 45 years in prison plus life on probation.
Authorities said Cosby is also accused of sodomizing a fellow inmate in May 2019 at the Fulton County Jail while awaiting trial.
Worthing man jailed for raping woman he targeted at nightclub
David Jani, from Shelley Road, Worthing, was given a 15-year prison sentence at Lewes Crown Court on Thursday, March 19. The 45-year-old care assistant had previously been convicted of raping the woman, in her twenties, in August last year, police said. The woman spoke out following his sentencing. She said: "I would like to say a special thanks to friends and family, and to Littlehampton and Crawley Police for ensuring that this case was dealt with swiftly, namely DC Emily Turner, DC Hugh Charles and PC Alexa Wood.
2015: (from the NNN morgue) How (Black) Hands Convicted A (baby
In July 2014, police in Manchester arrested a 34-year-old man on suspicion of filming himself raping a child. In the video, the face of the perpetrator was hidden but his hands were visible.
Detectives felt they had the right suspect in custody, but did not have enough evidence to secure a conviction. With time running out, they turned to Dame Professor Sue Black, a forensic anthropologist who is an expert in the identification of anatomical features, including hands
Female judge left visibly distressed as she jails paedophile chemist, 30, who raped two-year-old girl and filmed attack
A paedophile chemist has been jailed for 15 years after footage of his rape of a two-year-old girl left a female judge close to tears.
Jeremy Oketch, 30, filmed his sickening abuse of the toddler on a camcorder in 2013 and 2014.
He was caught after a horrified girlfriend who suspected he was being unfaithful found the images on his computer.
Man pleads guilty to ‘nightmare’ rape attack on Stockton woman
STOCKTON — A Stockton man will be sentenced to 25 years to life in prison after pleading guilty to rape and other sexual assault charges during a 2018 home-invasion robbery, the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office has announced.
Alazae Negron, 20, and a 15-year-old juvenile broke into the victim’s home in the 1200 block of South Stanislaus Street on Dec. 17, 2018, according to court records. The female adult was home with her 17- and 11-year-old sons. Negron and the boy were armed with knives and forced the family into the mother’s bedroom to look for money. While in the bedroom, the defendants sexually assaulted the woman in front of her 11-year-old son, threatening to kill him if she did not comply, according to the District Attorney’s Office. They tied up the family and fled in the victim’s vehicle, taking with them several electronics including her cellphone, court records show.
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York City: (most likely black female) Hate-spewing teens yell ‘you
caused coronavirus b—h!’ at Asian woman
A trio of hate-spewing teens blamed an Asian woman for coronavirus as they attacked her on board a city bus in The Bronx, police said Sunday. The three girls approached the 51-year-old victim on the bus near Ogden Avenue and West 166th Street, screaming a series of anti-Asian slurs around 3 p.m. Saturday when one of the 15-year-olds hit the Asian woman in the head with an umbrella, cops said.
“You caused coronavirus b—-h!” one of the hateful kids shouted. The woman was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital, where she received stitches on her head, cops said.
man working in Wuhan, China claims he overcame illness with ‘hot
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Man accused of killing girlfriend, another man after
bonding out of jail
LOUGHMAN, Fla. — A man who bonded out of jail just days ago is accused of killing his girlfriend and a man who moved in with her, authorities say.
Kenyatta Bellamy, 50, bonded out March 24 from the Osceola County jail on a charge for failure to appear for a DUI manslaughter case that happened in January 2018. He went home, where he allowed his girlfriend to live while he was in jail, and discovered she wasn't alone, deputies said. Deputies said earlier in the day Friday, Bellamy took the woman's young son to see family members and during dinner, he complained to a cousin about the man living in his house. After dinner, Bellamy told his cousin to leave him at a gas station because he didn't want to return home. At some point, however, deputies said Bellamy's cousin went to the house and, upon smelling smoke at the front door, called 911. Bellamy later told deputies he walked into the house and came across the woman and man having sex. That's when he said he "lost it," the sheriff's office reported.
Deputies said he used a hammer and knife to kill the man and woman, leaving the room after lighting a fire.
"If this suspect had remained in jail where he belonged, these two victims would still be alive," Sheriff Grady Judd said in a news release. "We are still piecing together why, after spending almost a year in jail, he was allowed to bond out. This is an awful tragedy that should never have happened." The sheriff's office says Bellamy has a lengthy criminal history, including arrests in New York for manslaughter and robbery in the 1990s. Since 2015, he was arrested in Clearwater and Osceola County, with the last arrest involving the manslaughter case.
fatally shot near 3-year-old daughter inside DeKalb motel room
by her (black) boyfriend (Shadrac Nkrumah)
A woman was fatally shot in front of her 3-year-old daughter Friday evening inside a DeKalb County motel room, police said.
The woman, identified Saturday as 20-year-old Akiela Peters-Williams, was shot by her boyfriend at the Budget Inn and Suites on Memorial Drive, DeKalb police spokeswoman Michaela Vincent said. When officers arrived shortly after 6 p.m., the 3-year-old girl was still inside the room. Peters-Williams was rushed to a nearby hospital where she died, authorities said. Her boyfriend, 22-year-old Shadrac Nkrumah of Atlanta, was arrested late Friday on charges of felony murder and cruelty to children, DeKalb County Jail records show. The little girl, who is not Nkrumah’s daughter, was turned over to her relatives, Vincent said.Nkrumah remains held without bond at the DeKalb Jail.
Man charged with rape of child, sexual battery
EAR CREEK — A Bear Creek man is under a $2.5 million bond after allegedly raping a child. under the age of 12.
The abuse reportedly occurred multiple times over a two-year period.
Dwayne Rexal Marsh, 58, of Bear Creek, was arrested by the Sanford Police Department on March 26. Marsh was charged with 13 counts of felony statutory sex offense with a child, felony statutory rape of a child by an adult and 13 counts of sexual battery. He is being held at the Chatham County Detention Center under a $2.5 million secured bond.
Starting Fires After Cops Kill Armed Man In Gunfight - in
RACIALLY DIVERSE - white minority
Newburgh, NY – Rioting took place in Newburgh after at least one police officer was shot and a suspect was killed in the city of Newburgh on Friday evening. The incident occurred at about 5 p.m. on March 26 when Newburgh City police officers spotted a suspect in the area of 40 William Street who wanted for questioning in a shooting that occurred on Thursday,
Police said that when officers approached, the suspect pulled a silver handgun.
A struggle ensued and the suspect’s weapon discharged.
Several officers returned fire, according to News 12 Westchester.
Multiple officers were transported to Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital for treatment, the Times Herald-Record reported.
riots in Newburgh
Rojas accused of violent attempted rape in
Orange County seeks bond due to coronavirus
Avila, AKA Jonathan Ariel Mateo charged
with raping 15-year-old, leaving her in a street
During the search, authorities found a phone charger and an earring in the living room and a Honduran passport for Reyes Avila.
Alamogordo man Fermin
Omar Moreno-Ortiz, sentenced
to 3 imprisonment years for house party rape
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...An Alamogordo man accused of sexually assaulting a minor at a house party in 2016 has been convicted and ordered to serve a prison sentence. Fermin Omar Moreno-Ortiz, 27, was found guilty by a jury of criminal sexual penetration following a two-day jury trial and will serve three years imprisonment, according to a news release from the Twelfth Judicial District Attorney's Office. Moreno-Ortiz was convicted on Thanksgiving by an Otero County jury after less than an hour of deliberation. “Three years is not enough time in prison for what Moreno-Ortiz did to this victim."
|Utah man allegedly told lesbian he was “going to fix the gay” before raping her|
campaign adamantly denies allegation of sexual assault
The allegations were leveled earlier this week by a woman named Tara Reade, an apparent supporter of Biden’s primary rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who said she was a staff assistant for Biden in 1993 when he was in the Senate.She continued: “His hands were on me and underneath my clothes, and he went down my skirt and then up inside it and he penetrated me with his fingers and he was kissing me at the same time and he was saying some things to me.” Reade claimed Biden first asked if she wanted “to go somewhere else.” “I pulled away, he got finished doing what he was doing,” Reade said. “He said: ‘Come on, man. I heard you liked me.’”
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Latina College student charged with faking hate crime against
A student who reported herself as a victim of a hate crime has been charged with faking it. California’s La Verne Police Department said it determined that last year’s “series of threats” against a University of La Verne student group and its leader Anayeli Dominguez-Pena were actually sent by Dominguez-Pena herself. “The investigation concluded that the suspect acted alone and no other members of the student group were involved with the criminal acts,” which included framing an innocent fraternity and its president for the hate crimes.
woman arrested for carving "white pride" into sidewalk at
Southaven man who reported racist graffiti on vehicles charged
with insurance fraud
Police Release Images Of BLACK uspect Wanted For Spray-Painting
Racial Slurs On Cecil B. Moore Mural
BLACK Waukesha student involved in a parking lot brawl says it
was racially motivated. Police say that's not true
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|NRA sues California Gov. Gavin "Anus" Newsom and other state officials over gun store closures|
engulfs historic Baltimore church, topples its steeple - ("act
|27 March 2020|
Bond set at $1 million for (black) suspect in deadly local
shooting of a (White) man
KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) Bond is set at $1 million for a suspect in a deadly shooting late Monday night in in the 3700 block of Dustin Court in Killeen.
Jovino Jamel Roy, 25 of Copperas Cove, was in the Bell County Jail Thursday charged with murder. According to The Department of Defense Manpower Data Center, Roy is an an active army service member.
Police identified the victim of the shooting as Michael Steven Wardrobe, 22.
Records indicate Wardrobe was also an active army service member, but left in January of this year. Officers found Wardrobe lying the front yard of a home after responding to a report of the shooting at around 10:45 p.m. Monday. He had been shot repeatedly. Wardrobe was pronounced dead at the scene.
Officers arrested Roy at a nearby convenience store. The shooting occurred after an argument between Wardrobe and another man turned physical, police spokeswoman Ofelia Miramontez said Wednesday. “During the altercation the suspect fired several shots at the victim and fled the area,” she said. - (Black-on-White)
Caught By White Man's Voodoo! DNA/Cold Case
detectives arrest homicide suspect in 23-year-old cold case
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — Sacramento detectives made an arrest Thursday in a decades-old homicide case. The Sacramento Police Department reports 58-year-old Irvin Parnell was booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail and faces homicide charges after the 1996 killing of 33-year-old Linda Garcia.
Man charged with murder of (White)
woman found dead behind Greensboro church in 2012
Police say 33-year-old Paula Joy Nicks died of blunt force trauma.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Greensboro Police say they've charged a man with the murder of a woman who was found dead behind a church back in 2012.
Police found the body of 33-year-old Paula Joy Nicks on May 25, 2012, behind a church on Randolph Avenue. Investigators say she died from blunt force trauma.
Detectives working off new information were able to determine 27-year-old Jack Leon Coker, Jr. was involved in Nicks' murder. They say he lived in Greensboro when the murder happened. Police arrested Coker on Tuesday, February 11 after he was released from the NC Department of Corrections. Police say he was serving a sentence for Attempted Second Degree Rape, which happened in the Kinston, NC area. - (Black-on-White)
arrested in 2015 Hickman Co. cold case - 2 BLACK men & 2
HICKMAN COUNTY, Tenn. (WTVF) — Four people were charged in the cold case Paul JR Hayward, who was killed in 2015.
Lindsey Barnes, Jamie Swarthout, Mustafa Slater, Tramell Sparkman were charged with first degree murder, robbery and kidnapping Friday.
Hayward was found shot to death along Highway 230 in Hickman County on Dec. 27, 2015. His vehicle was found the next day at a bar located in Columbia.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation officials say Hayward was the target of a planned robbery attempt and that all four individuals were responsible for his death.
Hickman County: Paul 'JR' Hayward II - Updated Feb. 14, 2020
Leads To Arrest Of (black) Man Wanted In 2004 Sex Assault At
Mountain View Hotel
sexual assault cold case solved with blood sample from (black)
The (black) suspect died in 2014, but his fingerprint and blood sample matched DNA collected in 1998
Man linked to 8 cold case rapes spanning 2 decades
Vegas police arrest (black) man in 2008 cold-case slaying
York Cops collar Hispanic man Carlito
Vera who allegedly snatched $80 from
elderly woman at Union Square ATM
stabbed to death in NYC hotel lobby by man with strange foreign
name "Alakran Hammzeh"
NYC bill in federal DOE discrimination case tops $300M
The city’s tab for a class-action lawsuit over a racially biased teaching exam has hit $330 million — and could eventually exceed $1 billion, court papers show. The long-running case relates to the state-mandated certification exam, known as the Liberal Arts and Sciences Test, which city teachers and DOE applicants took from 1993 to 2004. A federal judge ruled in 2012 that the test was racially discriminatory and wrongfully prevented legions of black and Latino plaintiffs from either being promoted or hired by the DOE.
York City Mayor "Comrade" DeBlasio generously frees hundreds of
criminal prisoners from Rikers Island
- given cellphones, cab fare and hotel rooms
“This is a disgrace to all correction officers — insane and dishonorable,’’ a city Department of Corrections source raged to The Post on Friday. Mayor Bill de Blasio “hasn’t even given us masks to wear, let alone made sure we received masks.” Another disgusted source familiar with the handouts said he was “surprised [the inmates] weren’t given stretch limos.’’
|26 March 2020|
Woman found dead at Horseshoe Lake, where mother was killed 24
years earlier by (black) killer
A man convicted in one of the most infamous murders in recent Mid-South history appears to have killed the daughter of one of his original victims, 24 years later.
Martha McKay — a member of the influential Snowden family that once owned the Peabody hotel — was found dead late Wednesday morning at her home, the historic Snowden House at Horseshoe Lake, Arkansas.
The suspect in the killing is Travis Santay Lewis, according to Crittenden County Sheriff Mike Allen. Lewis was 17 when he pleaded guilty to the 1996 Horseshoe Lake murders of McKay's mother, Sally Snowden McKay, and Sally McKay's nephew, Lee Baker, a popular Memphis blues/rock guitarist.
Lewis, 39, had been paroled in 2018, according to Allen. He had been charged as an adult in connection with the 1996 murders.
"Deputies today responded to an alarm at the historical Snowden House in Horseshoe Lake," Allen said, in a statement. "Two deputies that arrived found an open back door and upon clearing the house located a possible suspect who jumped from an upstairs window and ran to a vehicle that he drove across the yard and got stuck in the yard.
"The suspect then jumped from the car and ran and jumped into the lake. He was observed going under the water and never came back up." According to Allen, rescue teams from the sheriff's department and Arkansas Game and Fish used sonar equipment to locate and recover the body of Lewis, who had drowned.
In addition, "the body of a female was found deceased inside the house." Allen identified the woman as Martha McKay.
Neighbors reported that deputies told them McKay had been stabbed, while others said a hammer was the weapon.
Built in 1919, the Snowden House is located several houses away from the Sally McKay home where McKay, 75, and Baker, 52, were found shot to death on Sept. 10, 1996. The property also served as a location for the 1994 movie adaptation of the John Grisham murder mystery, "The Client." Lewis pleaded guilty to the two murders on April 7, 1998, the day his Circuit Court trial was about to begin in Marion, Arkansas. He was sentenced to (only) 28 1/2 years. - (Black-on-White)
(White) woman found in shallow grave was tied up with Christmas
light cords - killed by her interracial roommates
GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. -- Two people have been charged with murder after their roommate was found "tied and restrained with Christmas light cords and tape" in a shallow grave near Reedy River, according to an arrest warrant. The body was found Tuesday in an open field off Dunklin Bridge Road, according to Lt. Ryan Flood, with the Greenville County Sheriff's Office. According to Flood, investigators discovered the body after receiving information just after 3 p.m
Flood said the victim, Carolyn Jackson, had been reported missing.
Flood said Amanda Marie Scott, 36, and Denardis Jamont Kilgo, 39 are facing charges for murder and kidnapping after investigators learned the pair, who was staying with Jackson at the time, killed her using blunt force trauma, bound her and buried her in a shallow grave.
A warrant said Jackson "suffered blunt force trauma and was wrapped in a manner which prevented her from breathing, effectively obstructing her airway." The motive for the killing is still under investigation, Flood said. - (Black-on-White)
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.
|(black) Hope Mills
man arrested in Cumberland County triple shooting that killed
two, injured one
HOPE MILLS, N.C. (WTVD) -- A Hope Mills man is behind bars after a man and a teenager were killed in a shooting in Cumberland County on March 21.
Cumberland County deputies arrested 20-year-old Sterling James Straughter, of the 1900 block of Teesdale Drive in Hope Mills in a triple shooting that took the lives of 21-year-old Franklin Monroe of Hope Mills and 16-year-old Cameron Emery of Fayetteville. The third victim, a girl, was taken to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center.
Monroe and Emery were found dead Saturday night at the intersection of Ajax Drive and Tower Drive in Hope Mills.
man arrested, suspected of raping and sodomizing
AN ELEVEN-YEAR OLD GIRL
City police arrested a Bowling Green man Wednesday night after responding to a rape investigation.
James Joy, 40, was booked early Thursday into Warren County Regional Jail on charges of first-degree rape (victim younger than 12) and first-degree sodomy (victim younger than 12). Police responded Wednesday and learned that an 11-year-old had been taken to the Barren River Child Advocacy Center and undergone a forensic interview. The child said that Joy had been raping her for a long time, with the most recent incident occurring either Monday or Tuesday. A juvenile sibling confirmed some of the details reported by the 11-year-old, police records show. Joy agreed to speak to investigators and gave several conflicting statements, according to his arrest citation.
Victim jumps in canal, swims to safety to flee (black) man
intent on rape
SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - A victim who deputies say was kidnapped had to jump in a canal and swim away to escape a man intent on rape. It happened Tuesday around 2:30am. Deputies say the victim was walking to 7-Eleven when 34-year-old Clayton Rhodes of Bradenton pulled up in a vehicle and flashed what appeared to be a firearm, threatening to shoot the victim if the victim didn't get in the vehicle.
Deputies say Rhodes drove to Bayshore Gardens Recreational Center on 26th Street West and forced the victim out of the vehicle, walking the victim to a pier on the south side of the parking lot while holding a knife to the victim’s throat.
While being walked to the pier, the victim says Rhodes said he intended to commit rape and told the victim to strip. The victim started to act as though they would comply and when Rhodes put down the knife to remove his clothing, the victim jumped into the canal and swam to a home on Pennsylvania Avenue. The victim got the attention of a resident of the mobile home park who called 911.
Deputies searched the area and say they located Rhodes on Georgia Avenue. Deputies say he was sweating profusely and acting suspicious. Deputies questioned him and say Rhodes claimed he was having consensual sex with the victim when the victim "began acting crazy" and jumped into the canal. Deputies say they found a knife in Rhodes vehicle and subsequent questioning he made inconsistent statements.
Cleveland teenager gets three decades in prison in downtown
parking garage rape, other crimes
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A judge on Monday sentenced a man to 33 years in prison for raping a woman in a downtown parking garage as part of a crime spree that occurred when he was a juvenile.
Michael Hutchins, now 18, pleaded guilty to charges including rape, kidnapping, aggravated robbery and escape as part of a deal. Prosecutors and his defense lawyers agreed on a sentencing range of 28 to 36 years in prison for the crimes that began when he was 16 years old.
UK Grime artist (from GHANA in Africa) found guilty of
raping four women
Victims described how Andy Anokye beat, threatened and even waterboarded them
The grime artist Andy Anokye, who performs as Solo 45, has been found guilty of subjecting four women to a horrifying campaign of rape. Anokye’s victims described how he beat them, threatened them with weapons, held them against their will and even waterboarded them. The 33-year-old artist, who was part of the collective Boy Better Know, admitted in court that he liked to “terrorise” women but insisted that they always consented to his “rape game”.
Anokye was found guilty at Bristol crown court of 30 charges relating to a two-year period. He was unanimously convicted of 21 rapes, five counts of false imprisonment, two counts of assault by penetration, and two of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
Sports: UNKNOWN 'Mixed Martial Arts' Entertainer Jon Jones
arrested for alleged DWI, negligent use of firearm
UFC star Jon Jones was arrested in New Mexico for alleged aggravated DWI and negligent use of a firearm early Thursday morning, according to a representative for the Albuquerque Police Department.
Jones, who was also charged with possession of an open container and no proof of insurance, was released from custody later Thursday morning. Jones tested "at or above twice the legal limit" when he was administered a breathalyzer test after he was arrested, the criminal complaint said.
According to the criminal complaint, an Albuquerque police officer responded to the sound of a single gunshot around 12:58 a.m. Thursday. The complaint stated that the officer saw a black Jeep with a man inside the vehicle in the driver's seat -- identified as Jones -- and another person outside the vehicle by the passenger-side door. The criminal complaint said Jones had "blood shot watery eyes" and "a strong odor of alcohol coming from his facial region"
The Jeep was towed from the scene. Upon a search, a handgun was found underneath the driver's seat, along with a spent round outside the driver-side door. Jones was on probation for a disorderly conduct charge stemming from an April 2019 strip-club incident, but that ended on Jan. 8, Patrick said.
black Reno nigras arrested after attempting to leave SaveMart
with cart-fulls of unpaid items
RENO, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) — Reno Police have arrested four men after they attempted to leave a grocery store with two carts full of items without paying for them. Police say four suspects entered the store, filled two grocery carts full of items and then exited the store without paying for anything. An employee attempted to confront the men as they were loading the stolen items into their vehicle, but the suspects issued multiple threats, causing the employee to retreat. Surveillance cameras were able to capture the event. Officers assigned to the Regional Gang Unit recognized the suspects from prior encounters and arrested 26-year-old Donnie Booker, 28-year-old Cecil Booker, 38-year-old August Gilmore and 27-year-old Deandre Vivian on charges of robbery and burglary.
Man arrested after road rage shooting in Yuma
YUMA, AZ — A man has been arrested after a road rage shooting in Yuma.
The Yuma County Sheriff's Office reports that just after midnight Wednesday morning, they responded to a road rage shooting call just South of Interstate 8 and Foothills Boulevard in Yuma
Deputies say Steven Singh, 38, was in an argument with someone on the roadway. He later fired one shot, hitting the victim. The victim ran to a nearby home for shelter. He was then transported to Yuma Regional Medical Center and is said to be in stable condition, authorities say. Singh was located and arrested for attempted murder.
(black) reporter's reaction when a bison herd approaches has the
internet in stitches.
"feets don't fail me now"
Teen arrested in shooting death of man found in his car
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...Both men opened fire on each other in a moving vehicle during a drug deal.
A 19-year-old man was arrested in the fatal shooting of a man who was found slumped over in his car after a botched drug deal Monday in northwest Dallas, police said. Police found 22-year-old Jeremy Michael Averett with a chest wound around 11 p.m. in the 11600 block of Dennis Road. He died later at a hospital.
Eissa Yanouri-Roa is in Dallas County Jail and faces a murder charge in Averett’s death. He, too, was injured, with a gunshot wound to his lower abdomen and hip area, police said. He refused to cooperate with investigators after he was released from the hospital. He was arrested Tuesday after a witness identified him from a photograph and knew his name and nickname, police said.
A woman who was with the man who died gave police a description of the shooter. She said that she and the man were involved in a drug deal but didn’t intend to rob the second man. The second man got into the man’s car, which started moving. The second man told the driver to stop the car several times. Then both men pulled out weapons and began shooting.
note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't
buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks or Hispanics
immigrant who was released by Chicago authorities despite ICE
telling them not to
'went on to rape a three-year-old girl in a McDonald's bathroom as she cried 'daddy, daddy''
A Mexican immigrant who was released by Chicago authorities despite ICE telling them not to 'went on to rape a three-year-old girl in a McDonald's bathroom as she cried ''daddy, daddy''.'
Christopher Puente, 34, is accused of sexually assaulting the girl at the restaurant on 600 N. Clark St. in the River North area of the city at around 8am on February 19. The alleged attack happened while the girl's father was in another stall with her brother, who had had an accident in the restaurant. However ICE had requested that police continue detaining the previously deported felon - who had convictions for forced-entry burglary and forgery.
(Mexican-named) Man arrested for raping 12-year-old migrant girl
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) -- Orlando Bejarando-Diaz was arrested and taken to jail, he is facing charges of rape of a pre-teen child and tampering with evidence. According to Bowling Green Police, they responded to the Medical Center for a pregnant 12-year-old. Police say when they arrived, a nurse told an officer that blood work showed the victim, a 12-year-old was several weeks pregnant. Officials say the victim told them she was from Honduras and spoke very little English and had only been in this country nine months.
Authorities say the victim was introduced to a therapist, and police were later contacted because the victim had disclosed someone had hurt her and she delivered a baby at home.
Police say the victim told them she had been repeatedly raped over the last several months and indicated Orlando Bejarando-Diaz was the father of the child. The victim added that she delivered a baby on or about the day she was brought to the hospital, and someone put the baby in a sack and placed it in the bedroom closet where she sleeps, suspecting the child was stillborn.
immigrant charged with raping Maryland girl, 11 - filthy migrant
sex predators enrolled in HIGH SCHOOLS
A man charged with raping an 11-year-old girl in Maryland was living in the United States illegally, authorities said.
Jonathan Coreas-Salamanca, 20, was arrested along with Ivan Reyes Lopez, 19, earlier this month at the high schools they attended in Montgomery County, Md., WJLA-TV reported. Both men are charged with second-degree rape.
Coreas-Salamanca, a citizen of El Salvador living in the U.S. illegally, faces additional charges of sexual abuse of a minor and a third-degree sexual offense.
“U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) lodged a detainer for Jonathan Coreas-Salamanca, an unlawfully present Salvadoran national, with Montgomery County Detention Center on Feb. 14, following his arrest by Montgomery County Police for sex abuse of a minor and second-degree rape,” ICE spokeswoman Kaitlyn Pote said in a statement to the Daily Caller on Tuesday.
Everardo Benitez, 35, is charged in St. Francois County
with first-degree rape
He is charged in St. Francois County with first-degree rape, first-degree sodomy, and third-degree kidnapping after a co-worker reported that the man had sexually assaulted her on March 20 while they were working at a business.
Benitez had touched her breast and buttocks over her clothing.
Benitez then led her into the bathroom where he removed her clothing and had nonconsential sex with her.
invaders preying on our children |
collapses during hearing for HISPANIC handyman
Lopez charged with sexually abusing her daughter
HISPANIC Man Juan
Mejia Arrested For Filming Women In
Bathroom Stalls At New Jersey Barnes & Noble
claims she was sexually abused at David Rockefeller’s home as a
child by HISPANIC driver Luis
raped as child by HISPANIC Brooklyn school janitor
Rodriguez suing DOE, principal |
Police charge mud foreigner
INDIAN from GUYANA with Rape after reportedly having
sex with underage girl
HALFMOON, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Saratoga County Sheriff’s have arrested Avindra Khargie, 19, of Shenectady after he reportedly had sex with a female acquaintance of his who is under the age of 15.
Police have charged Khargie with Rape 2nd Degree and Possessing a Sexual Performance by a Child. Police say the incident happened in the Town of Halfmoon. There is no allegation of force. Khargie is reported to have possessed explicit photos of the same female as well. An order of protection was also issued.
- Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!
extradites MUSLIM jihadist preacher Mullah Krekar to Italy
Mullah Krekar, real name Najmaddin Faraj Ahmad, is considered a terrorist by the UN and the US.
In July 2019 he was convicted by an Italian court of leading a jihadist group.
His lawyers challenged his extradition, citing the coronavirus pandemic.
The 63-year-old Iraqi Kurdish preacher came to Norway as a refugee in 1991.
He was the founder of the defunct Islamic group Ansar al-Islam, although has since distanced himself from the group.
Norway has been trying to extradite him for years, judging him to be a threat to national security since 2007.
But under Norwegian law it would be illegal to extradite him to Iraq – despite repeated requests by Kurdish authorities - because he could face the death penalty. Last year, an Italian court sentenced him to 12 years behind bars for leading the Rawti Shax network, a now-disbanded Kurdish movement that allegedly has links with the Islamic State group and is thought to have planned attacks in Western countries.
court convicts MUSLIM Islamist of ricin bomb plot
BERLIN -- A German court on Thursday convicted a 31-year-old Tunisian man of planning to carry out a ricin attack in the name of the Islamic State group. The Duesseldorf regional court found Sief Allah H. guilty of manufacturing a biological weapon and preparing an attack, sentencing him to 10 years' imprisonment. Federal prosecutors accused the man, whose surname wasn't released due to German privacy rules, of buying thousands of castor beans to produce the highly toxic ricin, which he tested on a dwarf hamster. It survived. The defendant and his 44-year-old wife also bought 250 steel bearings and manufactured explosives before they were arrested at their apartment in Cologne in June 2018. Prosecutors said their plans for an attack, which could have killed a large number of people, was at an advanced stage. A verdict in the case against his wife, Yasmin H., is expected soon.
Rabbi 'Romi' Cohn, dies at 91
Cohn's death certificate indicates he died of acute respiratory distress syndrome caused by pneumonia and (allegedly)
"The Ugly Truth About The ADL"
| SUSPICIOUS NEWS
"FBI learned of coronavirus-inspired bomb plotter through radicalized US Army soldier"
The suspected white supremacist who (allegedly) plotted to bomb a hospital facing the coronavirus crisis was in touch with a then-active U.S. Army soldier who wanted to launch his own attack on a major American news network and discussed targeting a Democratic presidential candidate, according to an FBI alert summarizing the case.
On Tuesday, as 36-year-old Timothy Wilson was on the verge of trying to detonate a car bomb at a Kansas City-area medical center, agents from the FBI’s field office in Missouri attempted to arrest him. But shots were fired, fatally wounding Wilson, according to the FBI.
Ahead of Tuesday’s incident, Wilson “espoused white supremacist ideology” and “made a threat that if any agent attempted to [search his property] they should ‘bring a lot of body bags,” said the FBI alert, distributed to state and local law enforcement agencies in the region on Wednesday.
The FBI alert also said Wilson had “shared instructions on how to make an [improvised explosive device] with another ... Domestic Terrorism (DT) subject” from near Kansas City.
ABC News has identified that other domestic terrorism “subject” as Jarrett Smith, who was arrested in September 2019 while still stationed at Ft. Riley, Kansas, as an active member of the U.S. Army.
According to charging documents filed at the time in Topeka, Kansas, Smith (allegedly) planned to travel to Ukraine to fight with the violent far-right group Azov Battalion; suggested targeting then-Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke; proposed bombing the headquarters of a still-unidentified news network; and distributed bomb-making tips online.
Smith has since pleaded guilty to federal charges of distributing information that relates to weapons of mass destruction, and he is awaiting sentencing.
On Wednesday, sources familiar with the matter told ABC News that Wilson had been on the FBI’s radar for more than a year, indicating that the FBI’s probe of Smith led authorities to Wilson months before he sought to take advantage of the unfolding coronavirus crisis.
The FBI believes other extremists inside the U.S. homeland may similarly “aspire to capitalize on the current health crisis,” but it is “unlikely” any of their actions “will rise to the level of terroristic actions like Wilson,” the alert issued Wednesday said.
the FBI provides the "bomb" - is it entrapment?
|25 March 2020|
arrest (black) armed man who held woman against her will in
Marietta motel room
A man is accused of prompting a multihour SWAT standoff in a Marietta motel room after he attacked and kidnapped a woman in a domestic-related incident.
Chonsie Lamonte Pye, 34, was arrested last Friday after the incident at the Days Inn by Wyndham at 2191 Northwest Parkway, according to Marietta police. He allegedly told the woman that he had a gun and that he wasn’t going to allow her to leave her room. During the incident, Pye grabbed the woman by her neck, threw her into a bathtub and threw her onto the floor, according to arrest warrants. The victim suffered visible bruises.Officers and a SWAT team responded to the scene, which took hours to resolve because Pye barricaded himself and the victim inside the room.
Winston-Salem officer accused of sexually assaulting woman
during police call
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A now former Winston-Salem police officer is being charged with sexual battery.
Authorities say on February 20, Patrol Officer Harry L. White III responded to a call for service at the Best Western Plus University Inn, located on the 3000 block of University Parkway. Approximately four minutes after White cleared the scene of the call for service, the Winston-Salem Police Department was notified of an allegation by an adult female who encountered White during the earlier call for service. The adult female alleged that she was sexually assaulted by White during the call for police service at the hotel.
Police say field commanders immediately responded to the hotel and secured the scene. "The responsibility for the investigation into the allegation of criminal conduct against White was assumed by detectives in the Special Victim’s Unit of the Winston-Salem Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division. White was placed on administrative leave and the criminal investigation has been on-going and active since February 20, 2020," a press release said.
Monday, detectives charged White with sexual battery. White was taken into custody at the Forsyth County Detention Center without incident. White received an unsecured bond in the amount of $2,500.00 and a court date of May 28.
(black) Man charged with murder in fatal stabbing at Phenix City
PHENIX CITY, Ala. (WTVM) - A man is behind bars in connection to a fatal stabbing at a Phenix City chicken plant this morning. Phenix City police were called to Alatrade Foods on Downing Drive this morning, March 25, at approximately 7:40 a.m. Witnesses told police two male subjects were involved in an altercation that turned physical, resulting in the victim being stabbed multiple times in the upper body.
28-year-old Eugene Holt Jr. has been arrested and charged with murder. The victim was transported to Piedmont Columbus Regional Midtown for treatment. He was pronounced dead in the Emergency Room. His identity has not been released at this time.
A man accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend while their 1-year-old was nearby is wanted by Gwinnett County police, officials said.
Investigators said Venezia Cole shot the 22-year-old woman in the driveway of a home in unincorporated Snellville on Tuesday afternoon, according to police spokeswoman Cpl. Michele Pihera. Officers were sent to the home on Laurel Bend Court about 3:30 p.m., where the woman was found with multiple gunshot wounds, she said. A family member told police that the woman’s ex-boyfriend was supposed to be dropping off diapers when the shooting happened, according to Pihera. It is not clear if the child, who was outside, was injured. After Cole shot the woman, he fired multiple rounds at the home, Pihera said. No one inside the house was injured. Cole was last seen leaving the area in a black 2009 Infiniti G37, Pihera said. Once captured, he will face three counts of aggravated assault, one count of aggravated battery, five counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, one count of first-degree cruelty to children and one count of second-degree criminal damage to property.
Man wanted in Union City shooting that injured bystander
Union City police are asking for the public’s help to locate the suspect in a shooting that injured an innocent woman.
Jayme James, 23, is facing six charges of aggravated assault in Thursday’s shooting at the Maplewood Park Apartments on Oakley Road. James had no known affiliation with the injured bystander, Union City police spokesman Officer Jerome Turner said. She was standing among a crowd when she was shot.“We are still investigating if he was targeting someone else or just sporadic gunfire.”
Anyone with information on James’ whereabouts is asked to contact Detective L. Oglesby at 770-515-7991
(black) men arrested after blowing up ATM in North Georgia,
failing to steal any cash - One suspect has AFRICAN name
A duo accused of carrying out a series of successful ATM robberies by blowing them up in Florida allegedly took a crack at trying the same thing in North Georgia.
To say their plan backfired would be an understatement.Not only were they arrested, but they didn’t manage to steal a cent, authorities said. Mawdo Malick Sallah, 33, of Clearwater, Fla., and Kirk Douglas Johnson, 34, of Anderson, were arrested Saturday night after the failed burglary attempt, the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release. Their target was the ATM at the Bank of the Ozarks at the intersection of Virgil Lankford Road and Epps Bridge Parkway, the release said. “The homemade device literally blew the ATM up, however the safe inside was left intact and was not breached,” according to the sheriff’s office. “
The duo were caught by Jackson County deputies and charged with first-degree arson, manufacture of an explosive device, second-degree criminal damage to property and conspiracy to commit a felony, the release said.
Sallah and Johnson are accused of stealing about $70,000 by exploding ATMs in the Tampa Bay, Fla., area, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida. The Florida thefts took place between November and January.They were booked into the Oconee County Jail, where they remained without bond Monday evening. The charges they face carry a mandatory minimum term of five years and up to 20 years in federal prison, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.
Shreveport man charged with two counts of first-degree rape
A Shreveport man was jailed over the weekend on first-degree rape charges. Chad Dorsey, 32, of North Market Street, was arrested on warrants Saturday by the Shreveport Police Department and charged with two counts of first-degree rape.
He was booked into the Shreveport City Jail before he was taken to the Caddo Correctional Center and held on bonds totaling $500,000. Dorsey remained in jail custody as of Tuesday morning, per online booking records. The charges stem from incidents that reportedly occurred in early February, according to Dorsey's arrest reports.
declared in rape case
A judge declared a mistrial in the rape case of a Thibodaux man accused of sexually assaulting teenager due to coronavirus concerns. District Judge George Larke Jr. issued the ruling Thursday in the trial of Uly Ramon Henderson, 25, who is charged with third-degree rape.
The ruling came after the trial was put on hold for three days due to virus concerns. Prosecutors rested their case last week and the defense was scheduled to present evidence Monday but the case was halted after courthouse protocols were altered to prevent the virus from spreading. The trial was originally postponed without a date but was declared a mistrial due to the potentially long jury absence, Assistant District Attorney Chris Erny said.
Henderson’s charges result from a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office investigation conducted in January 2019. Detectives launched a probe after receiving a complaint that the defendant had sexually assaulted a teenage acquaintance during a weekend visit, authorities said. The victim was taken to an out-of-area hospital to receive medical attention and an arrest warrant was issued for the suspect, authorities said. Henderson was arrested Jan. 22, 2019, in Lafourche Parish and was transported to the Terrebonne Parish jail on Jan. 24, 2019, where he was held on a $50,000 bond. If convicted, Henderson faces up to 25 years behind bars without parole, probation or early release.
Suspected gang member accused of statutory rape, assault on
juveniles at Marietta High School
A Cobb teenager is behind bars on gang and statutory rape charges after police say he assaulted a juvenile and had sex with an underage girl at Marietta High School.
Jaison Dewayne Arrindell, 17, was arrested March 6, after a verbal altercation in the halls of Marietta High School erupted into violence just after 7:30 a.m., according to an arrest warrant. Police say Arrindell and two juvenile "co-offenders" punched another juvenile and when he fell, Arrindell kicked and stomped on his head as he lay on the concrete floor. The warrant states the victim laid on his side in the fetal position in fear as the assault took place.
An arrest warrant from two days before the incident accuses Arrindell of initiating a juvenile girl into his street gang, the Rollin' 60s Crips, by facilitating sex with another gang leader in a bathroom at the high school. Police say Arrindell holds the rank of lieutenant or "Big Homie" with the Los Angeles Westside Crips-affiliated gang.
The warrant states that on March 4, between 11 a.m. and noon, Arrindell and another suspected gang leader met with the victim in the upper F hallway of the high school. While the girl entered the hallway bathroom, where the other gang leader planned on "'sexing' her into the gang," Arrindell stood watch, police say.
On Nov. 4 between 8 a.m. and 8:20 a.m., Arrindell is said to have had sex with a minor under a staircase at Marietta High School.
(black) predator Sean Manning jailed for attempted rape of woman
- who was saved by 14-year-old boy
A “dangerous” predator has been sentenced for 15 years for attempting to rape a woman, who was only saved after a 14-year-old child who heard her screams came to her rescue. Sean Manning, 42, of no fixed address, met the victim in a Hackney pub on August 11. When she left the venue in the early hours of the morning Manning followed her and asked her to accompany him to an address.
When she refused, he became aggressive and dragged her down a staircase at the side of Haggerston Bridge, at the junction of Haggerston Road and Dunston Road. He then attempted to rape her, and physically assaulted her as she struggled to get away. The victim only managed to escape from his clutches after a 14-year-old boy heard her screaming from inside his house. He came outside and confronted the Manning before calling police, leading him to flee the scene before they arrifed.
miscreant) Arrested For Raping 77-Year-Old Long Island Woman
Multiple Times, Police Say
A 33-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly raping a 77-year-old woman multiple times after breaking into her Long Island home.
Kenneth Saquon Mallete, homeless, was arrested on Wednesday, March 25, for the rape that took place on Saturday, March 21 in Roosevelt, said the Nassau County Police.
Mallete was nabbed following an investigation by officers with the Special Victims Squad, First Squad detectives, and the NYPD, police said. According to detectives, Mallete allegedly entered a Conlon Road residence through a rear window. He then made his way up the second floor of the residence where he woke up the 77-year-old woman and after a brief conversation, Mallete sexually assaulted the victim multiple times. At one point during the sexual assault, Mallete left the room to check on noise from an upstairs bedroom. The victim took this opportunity to exit her residence and call 911 from a neighbor's home. Mallete fled the scene on foot, police said. After a thorough investigation, Mallete was located in Brooklyn and placed under arrest without incident.
Waco man arrested, accused of raping girl, 14, who contracted
Waco police arrested a man accused of having sex with a 14-year-old runaway who later contracted a sexually transmitted disease, an arrest affidavit states.
Donald Ray Mays, Jr., 19, of Waco, was arrested early Sunday morning on a second-degree felony charge of sexual assault of a child. Police filed the complaint on him after a 14-year-old girl was found at a local housing complex. The girl told a family member she was sick and was later treated for a sexually transmitted disease, the affidavit states. The girl made an outcry of sexual abuse when she was taken to a juvenile detention center because she was listed as a runaway, police reported.
Man pleads guilty in gang-rape case
Bismarck man has pleaded guilty to accusations that he raped a teenage girl at an August party in Bismarck where she and other teens were given alcohol and cocaine, court documents show.
Kendrick Brown, 30, was arrested in October and charged with sexual assault. The girl identified Brown through a photo lineup as one of the men she had sex with at the party, police say. Brown told police he was the fourth to have sex with her during the Aug. 17 party held at his East Arbor Avenue residence, a police affidavit alleges.
A second man, Malik Johnson, 23, faces the same charge, which carries a maximum punishment of life in prison. The girl reported to police that Johnson picked her up and told her to tell others at the party that she was 18. She at times blacked out because she was intoxicated, the affidavit says, but she told police she recalled having sex with Johnson. He denied the allegations.
black sex beast) accused of raping 13-year-old
BATON ROUGE- An 18-year-old "man" has been arrested for second-degree rape. On Sunday, March 8, deputies responded to a complaint about the alleged rape of a 13-year-old girl. The victim was briefly interviewed at a local hospital where she told deputies that Nelshon Williams allegedly committed the crime.
Williams waited until the victim's mother left the house and confronted her. The girl told deputies that Williams accused her of wearing his underwear and pushed her onto a bed. He then allegedly tried to forcibly have sex with the victim. Williams touched the victim's genitalia, but she managed to escape after telling him to stop multiple times. Williams was placed in an unmarked EBRSO unit and while waiting to be transferred to a marked vehicle, he fled the scene. The suspect was captured and transported to EBRSO Headquarters shortly after where he refused to give a statement without the presence of an attorney. Nelshon Williams has been charged with second-degree rape and simple escape.
thief) Christopher Fonville,
28, identified as victim in fatal Springfield shooting
SPRINGFIELD — Christopher Fonville died Monday night at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston after being shot multiple times on March 16, according to a spokesman for the Hampden district attorney’s office.
Isaiah Taylor, 22, was charged with murder in connection with Fonville’s slaying. That shooting occurred at the intersection of Carew and Chestnut streets at 11:30 a.m. that day. Taylor also faces charges in an alleged attempted murder on March 24 — a shooting on Clifton Avenue in this city — as well as a carjacking March 19, a hit-and-run on Feb. 23 and a domestic assault on Oct. 27.
Blasio removing some city (black) basketball hoops to stop games
“There will not be any basketball games because there will not be any basketball hoops,” de Blasio said during a City Hall briefing Wednesday evening.
Suspect with MEXICAN name in rape, molestation case may have
fled the state
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...
An Elkhart man faces multiple charges alleging he molested juveniles and punched a third person.
Joaquin Rubio, 36, was charged with two Level 3 felony counts of rape, a Level 4 felony count of child molesting and a misdemeanor count of battery in a case filed Monday.
Rubio is accused of inappropriately touching a teenager twice as the teen slept, once in January and once last October, according to details presented by Elkhart County police in a probable cause affidavit. The teen was described as a heavy sleeper in the document.
During the incident in January, a relative found Rubio behaving suspiciously in an area of a home where the teen was sleeping, according to the accusations. An argument began, and then another person got involved and confronted him. Rubio allegedly punched the person in the face as he left the house, the affidavit shows.
Rubio is also accused of inappropriately touching a second juvenile at the house while the juvenile stayed there between last November and December, the affidavit shows. Investigators believe Rubio has since fled to Texas.
(conveniently adjacent to Mexico)
MEXICAN-named man found guilty of raping girl starting when she
A Central Islip man was convicted Friday for the rape and sexual abuse of a young girl over a five-year span, beginning when she was 10 years old, Suffolk County prosecutors said. The conviction came, the prosecutors said, in the last Suffolk criminal trial to conclude before most cases were postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Byron Cisneros, 47, was found guilty by a jury on March 20 of first-degree sexual conduct against a child; third-degree rape; three counts of third-degree criminal sexual act; endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree menacing.
charged with trying to rape homeless woman
named ILLEGAL ALIEN Jaime
of raping 14-year-old girl after giving her alcohol
CALDWELL, Idaho — A 31-year-old man is accused of providing a 14-year-old girl with alcohol and then raping her in mid-October.
Jaime Galvan was booked in the Canyon County Jail on $500,000 bond Thursday, according to the Idaho online courts repository. He is charged with rape and lewd conduct involving a child under 16.
A federal immigration hold has been placed on Galvan as well.
The girl told investigators she had been texting Galvan that evening; the two were trying to make plans “since it was a Friday night.” At the time, Galvan and his wife lived in the same house as the girl’s family.
He suggested “they do something crazy like stay up all night and drink,” she said. The girl agreed, believing he wouldn’t get her drunk, the affidavit shows. The girl told investigators that after drinking almost two premixed, alcoholic cocktails she had trouble “walking, and was running into things.” She said Galvan left for a bit before returning and asking if she was ready, the affidavit shows. The girl was confused and dizzy; he told her to lay down, she said.
Galvan then allegedly started touching the girl before eventually raping her, according to the affidavit. She told investigators she had asked him to stop, but he didn’t listen.
The attack lasted for about five minutes, she said in the affidavit. Galvan then left the room after putting her pants on her.
The girl said she started loudly crying, which prompted her brother to get their mother’s attention. According to the affidavit, the girl’s mother said she smelled alcohol upon entering the room. Once she learned Galvan had given her daughter cocktails, she kicked the 31-year-old out of the house.
resort worker confesses to raping an American tourist after
breaking into her hotel room while she slept and getting his
friend to keep watch at the door
An American tourist was allegedly raped on a Thai island by a local resort worker who opened her hotel room door as she slept, while his colleague kept guard outside.
Pongsathorn Patint, 26, and Rajan Kaewkohlaba, 23, were arrested on Thursday and have confessed to the charges laid against them. The young woman, who cannot be named, checked into the bungalow with her partner in Koh Phangan last Thursday afternoon.
(American Indian/Alaska Native) held on $3M bond for
multiple rape charges in ‘disturbing’ case, sheriff says
LUMBERTON, N.C. (WBTW) – Deputies arrested a 24-year-old man in connection with multiple rapes and robberies throughout Robeson County.
Jonathan Candelaria, of Lumberton, was arrested at his home on Monday by the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division. According to the sheriff’s office, the first assault occurred in August 2019 in Maxton; the second assault occurred on September 2019 in Lumberton; the third offense occurred on October 2019 in Fairmont, and the fourth assault occurred on March 15, 2020, in Lumberton
Candelaria is charged with three counts of first-degree forcible sex offense, two counts of second-degree rape, one count of second-degree forcible sex offense, four counts of first-degree kidnapping, one count robbery with a dangerous weapon and one count of common law robbery.
faggot arrested, accused of raping boy, JPSO says
A Westwego man was arrested on rape charges, accused of sexually abusing a boy, according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office.
Gerald Distefano, 26, was booked Wednesday with two counts of first-degree rape, two counts of attempted first-degree rape and indecent behavior with a juvenile, according to Capt. Jason Rivarde, spokesman for the department. The rapes occurred more than once at residences in Marrero while the victim was between 9 and 13 years old, Rivarde said. Distefano is known to the victim’s family. On at least two occasions, the boy was able to kick out and fight off Distefano.
Queer Cape, RI Men Kidnapped, Threatened To HOMO Rape Man: Feds
HYANNIS, MA — Five men from Cape Cod and Rhode Island are facing federal charges after prosecutors said the men kidnapped a man, stripped him naked and threatened to rape him.
Edwin Otero, 30, of Hyannis, Justin Joseph, 33, and Anthony Basilici, 36, both of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, were previously arrested on a previous indictment related to heroin conspiracy and various gun charges. The new indictment also charges Cameron Cartier, 26, who was arrested on March 16 and Albert Lee, 29, who remains at large.
According to court documents, the five men lured a Massachusetts man to Rhode Island, kidnapped him, stripped him naked, assaulted him and threatened to rape him. Prosecutors said the men stole the man's phone and clothes. The men also threatened to hurt the victim in retaliation because they beleived he was working with law enforcement, prosecutors said. Prosecutors said Otero and Basilici also intimidated or attempted to intimidate other witnesses after the kidnapping.
The charge of kidnapping conspiracy provides for a sentence of up to life in prison, up to five years of supervised release and a fine of up to $250,000. The charges of witness intimidation and witness retaliation conspiracy provide for a sentence of no greater than 20 years in prison, up to three years of supervised release and a fine of up to $250,000.
children between the ages of 3 and 13 had been sexually molested
by three women.
SCIOTO COUNTY, Ohio (WSAZ) -- The Scioto County Sheriff's Office announced Sunday that several children between the ages of 3 and 13 had been sexually molested by three women.
Captain John Murphy stated that detectives obtained evidence that multiple children had been taken to a Wheelersburg home by adults where they were traded for money and drugs. Investigators say the children were sexually assaulted by several people that included being filmed and pictures taken.
Magan R. Richmond, 32 of Portsmouth, Tasha Stinger, 37 of Wheelersburg, and Kathryn McMullen, 36 of South Webster, were all arrested and charged with one county of rape. They are currently being held at the Scioto County Jail on a $100,000 bond.
The sheriff's office says that the Scioto County Children's Services has been contacted to have the children affected put in a safe home.
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Man and woman jailed for rape and sexual abuse of children
Crimes such as these are abhorrent and vile, and our forces are fully determined to bringing offenders such as these to justice. My thoughts go out to the innocent victims, and we will work hard to make sure all the services are there for them to get all the help and support they need.”
Malkin: Chutzpah—ADL Wants A Federal Bailout
When I think of "essential" workers in America, the smear merchants of the Anti-Defamation League are at the bottom of the barrel. For decades, they've demonized conservatives and Christians as agents of "hate" and treated our very existence as incitements to violence. The ADL's manufactured outrage machine has broadened its target list to anyone remotely critical of Israel for any reason, President Donald Trump, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, "America First" college students, innocuous hand gestures, cartoon frogs and anyone who dares to think or write that "It's OK to be white."
Now, in the wake of the "Chinese flu" pandemic, ADL is lining up with all the other federal bailout vultures clamoring for free money.
|Asian man spat on in latest coronavirus hate crime in Brooklyn station|
shops to stay open in Los Angeles amid coronavirus, sheriff says
hours after calling them 'nonessential'
Rifle and Pistol Association NEWS ALERT - March 24 2020
|24 March 2020|
black female) Jayona Brown, teen accused in crash that killed
Metro officer, charged as adult
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Jayona Brown, the teenager charged in a deadly crash that killed a Metro police officer, is now facing charges in the adult court system.
She faces several charges, including vehicular homicide, in the death of 28-year-old Officer John Anderson. Metro police say she was booked into jail Monday night. Anderson was killed in an early-morning fiery crash on the Fourth of July. At the time of the crash, Brown was 17 years old. She has since turned 18.
Judge Calloway signed the order to transfer Brown into the adult system on March 23. Her bond was set at $100,000.
FEMALE) Elgin teen found dead at Taylor hospital in apparent
shooting - BLACK suspect found hiding in dumpster
TAYLOR, Texas — The Taylor Police Department (TPD) responded to the Baylor Scott and White Medical Center in Taylor, Texas, on Saturday at around 12:18 a.m. where they found a dead teen who had been shot in the face, according to a TPD press release. Taylor police later identified the victim as 17-year-old Jade Erwin of Elgin, Texas. According to the press release, an investigation discovered that the shooting took place "in a moving vehicle in Bastrop County."
Police say 25-year-old Marquis Wilson of Elgin, Texas, and a female subject then drove to the hospital in Taylor where Erwin was found dead. The vehicle was located on scene and both subjects were later found hiding in a dumpster at a Beall's department store. According to police, both subjects have been apprehended and Wilson has been charged with manslaughter. Wilson is being held on a $50,000 bond. - (Black-on-White)
Chicago woman gets 50 years for beating death of son in Iowa
DAVENPORT, Iowa -- A woman from Chicago has been sentenced to 50 years in prison on charges stemming from the beating death of her 5-year-old son in Iowa.
Jacqueline Rambert, 26, was sentenced Friday in Davenport, court records said. She pleaded guilty to child endangerment resulting in death and child endangerment-multiple acts. Prosecutors agreed to drop a murder charge in return for her pleas.
As part of her plea deal, Rambert testified against her co-defendant and former boyfriend, Tre Henderson. He was convicted Feb. 13 of first-degree murder and other crimes. The 28-year-old is scheduled to be sentenced April 1 to life in prison without possibility of parole.
Henderson and Rambert were charged with child endangerment for failing to seek prompt medical attention for the boy, authorities have said.
Ja’Shawn Bussell had 17 broken ribs, damage to a number of internal organs and bruises from the top of his head to his ankles after Henderson beat him on April 22, 2018, prosecutors said. Ja’Shawn vomited several times over the next four days before being taken to a hospital, court records say. He was taken off life support and died May 1, 2018, the records said.
dead bodies of Ethiopians found in a sealed shipping container in
Mozambique that were headed for South Africa
14 survivors were rescued by local authorities and are being treated at a local hospital.
will steal yo stuff
Detroit shampoo heist
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charged in theft of $51,000 in Louis Vuitton merchandise from Troy
Rollen Kenneth Ligon, 32, of Wheeling, Illinois, was charged Friday in 52-4 District Court in Troy with first-degree retail fraud, according to court records. A judge ordered him held on a $21,000 bond and scheduled a probable cause hearing for next week Tuesday. If convicted of the felony, he faces up to five years in prison.
man charged with stealing nearly $300 worth of meat from Walmart
in early March
Eric Taylor, 49, of Shreveport, was booked into the Shreveport City Jail on Sunday with charges of felony theft.
in NY: Man busted for shoplifting soap from Manhattan Duane Reade
Charles Holden, 51, tried to swipe an armful of items from a Duane Reade in Hell’s Kitchen around 6 a.m., but was stopped by cops before he could make a clean getaway, police and sources said.
(blacks) arrested on animal cruelty charges after 22 mistreated
horses found in Henry County
Less than a week after three people were accused of mistreating 22 horses in Henry County, they were taken into custody.
Police arrested Michelle Phillips, Jason Jones and Brittany Phillips on animal cruelty charges, Henry County police said in a Facebook post on Monday. Police obtained arrest warrants for the trio last week, AJC.com previously reported. The horses were found starving at a property on King Mill Road earlier in March. Two of the horses have since died. Henry County Animal Control released photos of the horses, which showed that several of the animals were bony, matted and missing patches of hair when they were found.
Buffalo man charged in fatal stabbing in Town of Tonawanda
(WIVB) – A 32-year-old Buffalo man has been charged with a fatal stabbing in the Town of Tonawanda.
Clarence H. Simmons, 32, of Buffalo, is charged with second degree murder after a person was found deceased in an apartment on Parkedge Avenue in the Town of Tonawanda on Thursday. If convicted, Simmons faces a maximum of 25 years to life in prison. He’s scheduled to return April 17 for a felony hearing and is being held without bail.
date set for BLACK woman charged with spitting in officer’s food
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — A May trial date has been set for a former restaurant employee accused of spitting on a hamburger that was served to a Bakersfield police officer.
Tatyana Hargrove faces a felony charge of mingling harmful substances in food or drink for allegedly rubbing a hamburger bun on the floor then spitting in the burger before it was served to the officer at a west Bakersfield McDonald’s. Hargrove tampered with the officer’s food on Nov. 15, 2019. She shouted, “Black lives matter, (expletive) the pigs!”
The officer who purchased the burger was in uniform and driving a black and white patrol car in the drive-thru lane, according to testimony. He ate the burger. An investigator who testified at the preliminary hearing said the officer did not become sick. In 2018, Hargrove claimed she was the victim of police brutality when she was arrested after a struggle with Bakersfield police. She sued in federal court, claiming a civil rights violation. The suit went to trial, and a jury ruled in favor of the city and officers.
Sex offender wanted for peeping into home, public indecency -
CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. - Clayton County police are searching for a registered sex offender accused of being caught on camera pleasuring himself in public multiple times. According to the Clayton County Police Department, detectives obtained warrants for Mark Anthony Williams on Friday.
Officials say Williams was caught on a Ring video doorbell camera on a resident's porch pleasuring himself earlier in March. Last week, investigators say he was caught on security cameras doing the same thing at a local restaurant. Detectives have now obtained warrants for Williams, who is a registered sex offender, for the charges of Peeping Tom, criminal trespass, and public indecency.
Arrested For Allegedly Inappropriately Touching Teen At Hammond
COLUMBIA, Md. (WJZ) — A 20-year-old Columbia man was arrested Friday after police said he inappropriately touched a 14-year-old girl at Hammond High School.
Police said the incident happened around 4:30 p.m. on Friday. A man later identified as Colby Christopher Johnson allegedly entered the school and approached the girl before grabbing her and trying to kiss her. He then fled.
Using school surveillance video, police identified Johnson as the suspect. They determined he had no reason to be at the school and arrested him. Johnson is being held without bond at the Howard County Detention Center on charges of second-degree assault, fourth-degree sex offense and disturbing school operations.
Results in Arrest of (black) Suspect, Robbery Charges (Photo)
A suspect is facing robbery charges after a carjacking in the Glenfair neighborhood. On Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 7:34p.m., East Precinct officers responded to a report of an armed robbery. Two victims told officers that they were religious missionaries and were parked in their 2019 Toyota RAV4 when a suspect approached and demanded their vehicle. When they refused, the suspect implied he had a weapon, prompting them to get out. The suspect stole the vehicle. No one was injured. An initial search by officers for the suspect was not successful. About three hours later, officers located the stolen vehicle, with two people inside, near Southeast Stark Street and Southeast 88th Avenue. They detained the driver and passenger. No firearm was recovered.
The driver, Harold A. Davis, Jr., 41 (photo), was identified as the robbery suspect and booked at the Multnomah County Detention Center an outstanding warrant. After some follow-up by Robbery Detail Detectives this morning, he now faces additional charges of Robbery in the Second Degree and Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle.
NYC crime down 17% amid coronavirus crisis, reversing upward trend
That’s a stark reversal considering the city experienced a surge in crime for the first two months of the year compared to 2019. Due to the pro-criminal liberal anarchist anti-law-and-order Democrat legislation abolishing BAIL for black criminals.
leftist DA Larry Krasner Urges Leaders To Reduce Prison
Populations Due To COVID-19 Pandemic
jail inmates in L.A. County released over coronavirus concerns,
(Concerns over the well being of the criminals - over the concerns of the relatively law-abiding Public)
Hispanic' Woman was strangled by her MEXICAN-named boyfriend
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...
The 19-year-old Hempstead woman found dead in her home Saturday night was strangled to death by her boyfriend, Nassau police said Tuesday.
Sixto Tapia-Angeles, 26, of Hempstead, has been charged with second-degree murder in the killing of Maria D. Rodriguez — Perez at the home on Harriman Avenue.
"These two had a relationship together and on that evening, got into a domestic incident, where it became physical," said Nassau Det. Lt. Stephen Fitzpatrick. "During that physical disturbance, Sisto strangled Maria, causing her death, and then took a razor and made it look as if they both attempted to commit suicide."
Fitzpatrick, during a news briefing Tuesday outside of police headquarters in Mineola, said that Tapia-Angeles called 911 about 8:45 p.m. Saturday asking for the police and an ambulance. When police arrived, Tapia-Angeles was in bed and had "superficial wounds to his wrist and his forearm and claimed he had done this as self-inflicted," Fitzpatrick said. Rodriguez-Perez's body was also in the bed and partially covered by a sheet, Fitzpatrick said. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
The couple had been dating for a year-and-a-half, he said. "It's become sour recently as he's become more suspecting of her being unfaithful to him and talking to other men," Fitzpatrick said.
Hispanic Latina MEXICAN-named woman arrested after
carjacking man at gunpoint, fleeing police
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...
A woman was arrested Friday after carjacking a man, fleeing police and nearly hitting three pedestrians, authorities say. Adrianna Talamantez, 21, is accused of robbery, kidnapping and coercion, among other crimes. She’s being held in the Multnomah County Detention Center on $522,500 bail.
She refused to exit the car, though, and drove through two yards and continued on a pedestrian path “at a high rate of speed.”
Police said three people had to jump out of the way. Talamantez eventually plowed into a retaining wall and was taken into custody.
least a dozen mostly HISPANIC inmates escaped from jail in
Washington state, 6 still on the loose
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspects have not been reported in this news article...Six inmates were on the loose Tuesday after at least a dozen escaped from a county jail in Washington state on Monday night, officials said.
"ALERT! Several prisoners have escaped from the Yakima County Jail in Downtown Yakima," said a Facebook post from the city of Yakima on Monday. The post added that residents in certain areas of the city should remain indoors and call police if they see any suspicious activity.
The inmates were able to escape by breaking open an exterior fire door using a table from inside an annex, authorities shared. Once they got outside the building, they jumped a fence.
"Officers were able to capture 6 inmates and get them back into custody. 6 inmates were able to escape," said a news release from the Yakima County Department of Corrections. The inmates still on the run have been identified as Neftali Serrano, 27; Hugo Alejandro Amezcua-Hernandez, 28; Fernando Gustavo Casteneda-Sandoval, 31, all from Yakima; Tyrone Adam Mulvaney, 34, and Miguel Angel Chavez-Amezcua, 27, from Moses Lake; and Andrew Derrick Wolfley, 26, from Union Gap.
The charges for the escapees include theft, assault, resisting arrest possession of a firearm and drug offenses.
and Dangerous,”MEXICAN-named Hispanic Man sought in
shooting, robbery of woman in driveway of her home
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...Investigators asked the public’s help Sunday in tracking down a man who they say shot and wounded a woman while robbing her in the driveway of her Stevenson Ranch home over the weekend. Jeremy Hernandez, 19, was considered “armed and dangerous,” the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said in a bulletin. The robbery and shooting unfolded Saturday afternoon along Bracken Lane, sheriff’s official said. “During the commission of the robbery, the suspect fired a shot, striking the victim,” sheriff’s officials said in a written statement. Hernandez was last seen running away. He’s described as Latino, 5 feet 11 inches tall, about 250 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes and a tattoo on his face.
Hispanics and an African-merican arrested after allegedly
assaulting 60-year-old man in November 2019
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspects has not been reported in this news article...
PHOENIX — Phoenix police have arrested three men in their 20's in connection with an assault on a 60-year-old man in November 2019.
Officials say Albert Quiroz, 24, Isaac Ramirez, 22, and Christopher Betters-Henson, 20 attacked the man on November 10, 2019. According to police, at around 4:30 a.m. near 15th Avenue and Buckeye Road, the men punched, kicked and stomped on the 60-year-old until he lost consciousness. The violent attack was captured on a nearby surveillance camera. The men are shown surrounding the defenseless man and kicking him multiple times in the head. He was transported with life-threatening injuries and is currently in a long term recovery facility.
SEX SLAVE BROTHELS OPERATING IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
ANDERSON, Calif. - A human trafficking ring that spanned three North State counties was busted by a collaborating group of law enforcement officials leading to the arrest to two Chico residents. The operation was called "Operation Broken Promise."
Officials from the Anderson Police Department told Action News Now Tuesday that they were notified in early 2019 that unusual behavior was observed at the Relax Chinese Massage, a business that had just opened in the City of Anderson.
Police looked into the citizen complaint and uncovered an operation where multiple women were expected to perform sex acts for money and were being forced to live in massage parlors in Shasta, Tehama and Butte Counties.
The two people arrested are 51-year-old Rui Wang and 47-year-old Junhua Wu, both of Chico. Anderson Police officials said Tuesday the two are believed by them to be the heads of the criminal enterprise.
Wang and Wu are currently housed in the Butte County Jail are awaiting extradition to Shasta County. Their charges include four counts of pimping, one count of pandering, and fifty-three counts of money laundering. They currently have a bail amount set at one million dollars.
|Germany: 8 men convicted of (allegedly) plotting far-right uprising|
|Coronavirus Latest: Asian Community Fears Racial Harassment, Targeting May Get Worse During COVID-19 Pandemic|
Anti-Vaccine story which is TRUE. Flu and Pneumonia vaccines
- by ‘Anonymous Concerned Contributor to New Nation News (c) 2020
Vallow 'believed her children were possessed and had become
ZOMBIES' before their disappearance last year
NEWS: "White supremacists encouraging their members to spread
coronavirus to cops, Jews , FBI says"
The entire news article is based on lies.
The whole scenario stinks to high heaven.
Typical Obfuscation, misdirection and lies.
There are NO "FBI Press Releases"
|23 March 2020|
Black Female gets Felony Rap For Coughing In Face Of Paramedic
MARCH 22--A woman arrested for assaulting her boyfriend shouted “I have the coronavirus” before intentionally coughing in the face of a paramedic who she sprayed with “copious amounts of saliva,” police charge.
Responding early Wednesday to a domestic violence call in Lady Lake, an Orlando suburb, police encountered the bloodied victim. The man, whose nose was broken, told officers that
he had been attacked by his girlfriend, LaDonald Shakkie Holmes.
The man said he was lying in bed with Holmes, 38, when she “told the victim she wanted to have sex,” according to a probable cause affidavit. The victim recalled that he declined to engage with Holmes “since she is leaving him to get back with her ex-husband.”
Rebuffed, Holmes became “very agitated at which time she ‘round house kicked’ the victim in the nose and then punched him in the nose,” cops allege. “That resulted in the victim’s nose breaking, the victim then started bleeding all over himself and the residence.” Pictured above, Holmes is a “black belt in martial arts,” the affidavit reveals.
Supreme Court throws out suit by aspiring BLACK MEDIA COMEDIAN
falsely claiming 'RACISM' by Comcast
Washington — The Supreme Court on Monday threw out a lower court ruling in favor of a black media mogul and comedian who's suing cable giant Comcast alleging racial discrimination.
The justices agreed unanimously that an appeals court applied the wrong legal standard in allowing business owner Byron Allen's $20 billion suit against Comcast to go forward. Allen has a separate $10 billion suit against Charter Communications that the justices' decision also affects.
A federal appeals court in San Francisco had said that Allen needed to show that race was among the factors in Comcast's decision not to offer him a contract. But the Supreme Court said that Allen has to show that race was the decisive factor in the cable companies' refusal to carry his television channels. Comcast has said it declined to carry the channels because the programming isn't very good.
Man bashed Cinnabon employee in face with metal napkin
dispenser, cops say
A customer dissatisfied with the amount of icing on his cinnamon roll bashed a Brooklyn food worker in the face with a metal napkin dispenser, cops said Monday.
A 25-year-old Cinnabon employee was berated and attacked around noon Sunday by an unhinged customer with a serious sweet tooth who visited the bakery’s King’s Plaza mall location, cops said.
The unidentified man ordered his afternoon snack and went on his way, only to return to the counter, unsatisfied with the amount of icing on his roll, several minutes later, according to sources.
The man called the employee a b–ch and demanded more icing, which she gave him after he paid an additional fee — but he was still unsatisfied and rudely asked for a new cinnamon roll, sources said.
While the employee made a fresh roll for the man, he continued to gripe and call her a b–ch, at which point she decided to refund the man’s money, and tossed the new cinnamon roll into the garbage, sources said.
While she worked the register, the crazed customer threw a handful of napkins at the employee’s face, then picked up the metal napkin container and bashed her in the head with it, cops and sources said.
Jumaane Williams fights slum lords — despite being one himself
Jumaane Williams may have to add a new name to his annual list of slumlords — his own.
The NYC public advocate, a big supporter of tenants rights, has allowed his property in Canarsie to deteriorate and rack up city violations, unpaid water and utility bills, lawsuits and complaints.
He’s owned the two-family house at 1392 E. 98th St. since 2005, records show, and once lived at the address.
|Black Philadelphia: Amid Coronavirus Outbreak,
Philadelphia Police Investigating 6 Homicides Since Friday
PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — Despite the coronavirus outbreak, it’s been a violent few days in Philadelphia with six homicides recorded between early Friday and Sunday night.
minority Brooklyn-based members of the New York Assembly, have
the 'Chinese Wuhan Virus'
Charles "Slap YT" Barron and Ways and Means Committee Chair Helene Weinstein, have tested positive for the coronavirus.
(alleged) Holocaust survivor is
Israel's first (alleged) coronavirus
|Times Square costumed characters chase tourists for hugs amid coronavirus|
|NYC Human Rights Commission probing reports of coronavirus-related racism|
O'Reily blames Covid-19 pandemic hysteria on the Democrats
anti-Trump Impeachment Kabuki
lockdown, shelter-in-place orders for state of Kansas
However, 21 members of the Kansas National Guard have been mobilized in Topeka.
Re-Opens 500+ Cinemas As Coronavirus Cases Ease, Moviegoing
of the women were naked when Roberts wielded a cauterizing pen to
brand them as they were restrained by other nude followers,
while one filmed the procedure on a cellphone, the state alleges. Nxivm doctor Danielle Roberts, accused of branding ‘sex slaves’
Teachers Accused Of Having Sex With Male Students
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Gangster Disciple intimidated witnesses in man’s attempted
A Gainesville man is accused of using social media to intimidate witnesses in a gang member’s attempted murder case, authorities said.
Thomas D’Angelo Clark, 24, faces gang-related and intimidating witnesses charges after being accused of threatening people involved in the case of Willie Joe Moran, Gainesville police said. Cpl. Jessica Van said Clark is an alleged member of the Gangster Disciples.
NIGERIAN-named Suspect charged in Berkeley dog-walker stabbing,
biting of man who intervened
BERKELEY, CA — Attempted murder, assault and other charges were filed Wednesday against an ex-convict suspected of repeatedly stabbing a 74-year-old man walking a dog Sunday night and biting another man who tried to intervene, according to court records and authorities.
Authorities have said the attack was unprovoked and happened only because the suspect, who did not know the dog walker, took issue for some reason with the older man walking the Jack Russell Chihuahua mix dog named “Diamond.”.
The suspect, John Hardin, 52, also known as Ogun Jumoke, a transient, was charged with willful, deliberate, premeditated attempted murder, assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury and criminal threats. He is also accused in special allegations of causing great bodily injury to a person 70 or older and of using a knife. He is being held without bail.
- Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!
DuPage woman says she fatally shot boyfriend after years of
DUPAGE COUNTY, Ill. — A 36-year-old woman is charged in the shooting death of her boyfriend of eight years after allegedly enduring years of abuse, authorities say.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, April Turner is charged with first-degree murder after she allegedly grabbed a handgun during a party in the Steeple Run subdivision near Naperville, and fired three shots at her boyfriend, Nicarro Laroy Drake. The 30-year-old was shot in the chest and killed, according to the sheriff’s office. The Sun-Times reports prosecutors said Turner told them she suffered years of abuse from Drake and “went ballistic” after the most recent incident. Turner’s bond was set at $500,000. She is due back in court on March 26.
Man busted for coronavirus-inspired robbery of Asian woman in
A man was busted for allegedly robbing an Asian woman inside a Brooklyn train station and telling her to “go back to China” in a coronavirus-inspired attack, police sources told The Post. The 26-year-old woman was inside the Fort Hamilton Parkway D station in Borough Park at about 11 p.m. Thursday when Oswald Jones, 60, approached her and began yelling, telling her to, “Get off the train. You Chinese.” “Go back to China. Get your temperature checked. You need to leave,” Jones told the woman, then snatched her cellphone from her hand, sources said.
Mom on son nabbed over Brooklyn girl’s assault: ‘I wanted to
kill him with my bare hands’
The mother of one of the teens who turned themselves in for the savage sidewalk beating of a 15-year-old girl “wanted to kill him with my bare hands” when she saw the caught-on-camera attack, she told The Post Saturday.
“I’m angry and very disappointed in him. I did not teach him to act like an animal in the street,” said Donna Howell, 42, whose 14-year-old son, Alex, was charged Saturday with robbery and gang assault in connection with the shocking beatdown.
The victim had been walking along Utica Avenue in Crown Heights Thursday when she was ambushed by a pack of fatherless vicious uncivilized black urban predator scum vermin.
Video footage captured the group punching and kicking the girl in the head as she lay helpless on the pavement, finishing off the attack by snatching the black and white Air Jordan 1 Retro sneakers off her feet.
(black) men arrested, accused of doing burnouts, doughnuts in
Days after a viral video surfaced showing a large group of people blocking traffic on I-285 as drivers did burnouts and doughnuts in a Clayton County tunnel, police said they’ve identified two of the men involved.
The incident shut down all lanes of the busy interstate last weekend, Clayton police said previously. On Friday afternoon, authorities identified two of the drivers involved as 20-year-old Zachary Lewis and 21-year-old Isadore Harvey.
black footballer with white fungus growing out of ears) arrested
at LaGuardia for gun possession - March
New York Jets - (
Williams, 22, was about to catch a plane out of town when he was arrested at 9:15 p.m. for criminal possession of a weapon, an authority spokesperson said. Williams, who was drafted No. 3 overall by the Jets in 2019, had a permit for the weapon, but it was licensed in Alabama, the spokesperson said. Under New York law, it is generally only legal to carry a concealed weapon in the state if it has a New York license.
cleared of wrongdoing in Instagram live-streamed shooting of
(black) armed man
Three Orange County deputies were justified in firing their weapons at an armed man who live-streamed the encounter on Instagram last year, the Orange-Osceola State Attorney’s Office determined after reviewing the case.
Deputies were also cleared of wrongdoing in two other shootings last year, according to letters from Chief Assistant State Attorney Deborah Barra to Sheriff John Mina, which were released to the Orlando Sentinel this week in response to a public records request.
In the Instagram shooting, deputies were called the evening of Feb. 13, 2019, to the Citra at Windermere apartments after 911 callers said a man, later identified as LaForest Gray Jr., was dragging a woman by her hair.
Deputies found Gray and the woman in a garage. Standing behind a car, Gray refused to come out of the garage or show his hands despite repeated commands from deputies. The video showed Gray cursing at the deputies as they pulled the woman out of the garage.
Just before the gunfire, he told the camera, “You’ll finna see this [expletive] live, bro. …I’ll take one for the team, yo.”
Body worn camera from the deputies showed Gray pull out a gun and fire toward deputies.
Deputies Bethany Rising, Nicholas Gramazio and Jason Martin returned fire, but did not hit Gray, who ducked behind the car. Barra wrote in the clearance letter that the deputies, who were not hurt, fired their weapons about 22 times. They eventually sent in a police dog to subdue Gray and arrest him.
|Dangers of interracial dating|
Graphic Image: Was BLACK FAG POLITICIAN Andrew Gillum naked
during drug overdose incident?
When news broke on March 13th that 2018 Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum was found “under the influence of an unknown substance” during an apparent overdose at the Mondrian Hotel on Miami Beach, there was unsubstantiated speculation that the married father of three was involved in an extramarital gay affair with two men.
According to a Miami Beach police report, one of the three men present during the overdose was Andrew Gillum, and that “three small plastic bags” of “suspected crystal meth” were found in the room. One of the men in the room, Aldo Mejias, told police that the other man, Travis Dyson, collapse (sic) moments after he opened the door for him and that he witnessed Gillum vomiting in the bathroom.
The Floridian has obtained a picture (above) of a sleeping or unconscious naked black man that eerily resembles Andrew Gillum and is lying on a towel that looks as if it was vomited on.
agents in California apprehend previously deported gang member,
convicted sex offender on same day
A previously deported gang member and a convicted sex offender were arrested within hours of each other near a Southern California border checkpoint Wednesday.
Border Patrol agents in Calexico, across the southern border from Mexicali, Mexico, found a man suspected of entering the United States illegally near the Calexico West Downtown Port of Entry just after 6 p.m., a U.S. Customs and Border Protection statement said. A criminal record check revealed the man to be David De Jesus Leiva-Arevalo, 21, a citizen from El Salvador and a self-identified member of the MS-13 street gang with a criminal history.
Another man, identified as Juan Carlos Castanon, 48, was arrested just before 11:30 p.m. 18 miles east of the Calexico border entry point.
Castanon, a Mexican citizen, has a 1990 conviction for lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14 out of Santa Clara, Calif. He was sentenced to six months in jail and five years probation. Both men are being held in federal custody.
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