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ARCHIVE for 3 August 2013
The Color of Crime - "Blacks are statistically 50 times more likely to attack whites than vice versa"

Ronette RickettsKevin Benefield Frederick Lamar Dee, Lemiah Wyatt Sanders Brian Wonsom Nickolas Miller Michael Bell and Jeremy Priel




  3 August, 2013

   

Codrick Bass Sentenced to 20 Years for Shooting (White) Officer
Codrick BassRobert Edwards JrCHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - A Goose Creek man who seriously injured an officer and wounded two others during a shooting spree in 2010 has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. Codrick Bass, 36, of Goose Creek pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and kidnapping, according to the Post and Courier. He submitted Alford pleas for three counts of attempted murder. Investigators say then-Goose Creek police officer Robert Edwards Jr. was responding to a domestic violence call on July 19, 2010. Bass shot Edwards with a 12-guage shotgun from his porch, hitting him in nine places, including his face. One bullet punctured his lung. Doctors had to reconstruct his jaw. - (Black-on-white)

   

    (White) Hattiesburg man murdered after apparent home invasion by three black males
Robert Franklin WilliamsHATTIESBURG, MS - A 26-year-old man was shot to death Thursday night in Hattiesburg in what witnesses said was a home invasion. Police discovered Robert Franklin Williams dead in a bedroom in a home along the 1200 block of West 7th street after responding to an emergency call. Roommate Kaleb Westbrook, who was home at the time, says three suspects, one of them armed with a handgun, entered the house and forced three of the roommates into a bedroom. It was there that Williams was shot. Williams was later transported to Forrest General where he was pronounced dead. "They [the suspects] were very well covered," said Westbrook. "They had bandanas around their faces. They had gloves on, they were all average height. Middle to pretty large build, and black males. The only thing that we can come up with is that it had to be gang related. These people didn't even want anything, like, we tried to give them what we had. They didn't want it. The only thing I can think of is they came to kill all of us and that my friend Bobby sacrificed his life to save us." - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black Suspect, 29, arraigned in slayings of White Clinton Township mom, daughter
Jay Thomas MillerTina Geiger, 47, and her daughter, KristinaCharges have been authorized in connection with the brutal slayings of a Clinton Township woman and her 11-year-old daughter, whose bodies were found this week. Jay Thomas Miller, 29, of Clinton Township was arraigned this afternoon by Magistrate Daniel J. Goulette in 41B District Court in Clinton Township. He is charged with lying to a police officer for a violent crime investigation and resisting and obstructing a police officer. Miller is being held on $200,000 bond and assigned a court-appointed attorney. He will have a preliminary exam within 14 days. Tina and Kristina Geiger, both described as mentally disabled, were found slain in their apartment near Metropolitan Parkway and Harper on Tuesday after they had not been heard from for several days. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black Former Employee Convicted In Murder Of White Cordova Parks Superintendent
Dupree BarberSteven Duane Ebert SACRAMENTO – A former employee charged for the murder of a parks superintendent in January 2012 has been convicted of first degree murder. A jury convicted 49-year-old Dupree Barber for the murder of Steve Ebert, who was a maintenance supervisor for the Cordova Recreation and Park District. Barber shot and killed Ebert in retaliation to losing his job with the park district. Ebert was shot six times as he was pulling into Hagan Community Park in Rancho Cordova. Barber faces life in prison without the possibility of parole, and will be sentenced on August 28. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black man in hoodie stabs white girl 11 times
Natasha MartinezPolice in New York City are trying to find a black man wearing a hoodie who is responsible for a horrific attack on a teenage white girl who was stabbed 11 times just steps from her front door. The knife-wielding maniac ambushed Natasha Martinez, 17, as she returned home from working her shift at a local McDonald’s restaurant. Cops are still searching for the assailant and are looking at surveillance video from Monday to see if the suspect may have started following Martinez from McDonald’s or a nearby sandwich shop where she stopped to eat before heading home. A hoodie-wearing man can be seen in the video. Police also recovered a bloody kitchen knife with a 6-inch blade in the building’s vestibule. - (Black-on-white)
   

    White Victim of alleged stomping by Black Rockets' Terrence Jones recounts attack
Terrence JonesDaniel KellerherPORTLAND, Oregon – A 46-year-old homeless man who was reportedly stomped by Houston Rocket Terrence Jones Wednesday opened up about the attack Thursday. Daniel Kellerher, who has struggled with homelessness and drug addiction for almost 20 years, said he was stomped in the back of his leg while he slept in a doorway in Old Town Portland. A police officer who witnessed the attack pulled over and spoke with Kellerher. Jones was then placed into custody and booked in the Multnomah County Jail on harassment charges. “I didn’t do nothing. I was laying there sleeping,” Kellerher said. “It was a shock, you know? Something like an electric fence went through me at that point in time.” Kellerher, who said he’s been in and out of the hospital for high blood sugar, told the officer that he wanted to press charges against Jones. Kellerher said he has slept under bridges, trees and in parks for 18 years and has never been attacked. “You know it don’t feel good..It’s hard. I just want to cry,” he said. “It’s just hard to talk about because it hurts. I didn’t think anybody would ever do that.” Kellerher said it still hurts to sit on one side. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • NBA player accused of attacking homeless man
    Terrence Jones, who plays for the Houston Rockets, was arrested for allegedly attacking a homeless man in Portland, Oregon. Police say that Jones, 21, was witnessed leaving a nightclub around 2 a.m. Wednesday with a large group of men. While watching the group walk away from the Tube on 3rd Ave, a police officer says he saw Jones walk by a doorway where two homeless men were sleeping. The 6'8" tall 250 pound Jones allegedly yelled, "Wake up" and then stomped on the leg of one of the men. Police followed Jones and arrested him about a block away. The 46-year-old victim suffered a minor leg injury. - (Drudge link)

    Black Oroville man charged in beating his white pregnant girlfriend to death pleads
Olabaku JonesAbby Tucker,OROVILLE, Calif. - Wednesday morning an Oroville man accused of beating his pregnant girlfriend to death pleaded not guilty to a murder charge. A group of the victim's friends rallied outside the courthouse, vowing to get justice. Olabaku Jones, 43, entered his plea in Butte County Court Wednesday morning. He is charged with murder in the death of his girlfriend Abby Tucker, 33. Last week Jones was initially arraigned on assault charges, after Tucker was hospitalized with severe head injuries. Deputies said she was found beaten June 24 at the home the couple shared in the 2100 block of Spencer Street in Oroville. The charges were upgraded once Tucker passed away after three days in the hospital. When the charges were read in court during his first appearance last week, Jones replied "just give me the injection." After her death, investigators determined she was 4-6 weeks pregnant when she died. Investigators believe she may not have known she was pregnant at the time of her death. - (Black-on-white)
   

Dangers of interracial dating


   

Why we must end school integration - Three black boys attack 13-year-old white boy on school bus - beat, stomped, broke armJoshua Reddin, Julian McKnight, and Lloyd KhemradjWhite victim
A scared boy was about to exit the school bus when he was viciously attacked by three other classmates. The bus driver called for help but some argue didn't do enough to stop the incident. He is being investigated. The youths have already been charged. Cited reason for the attack? The victim did not want to buy drugs from the attackers and instead turned them into the school. Why were they allowed to ride the same school bus home? Why weren't they arrested at school for drug possession?
Three students are accused of beating a younger student aboard a Pinellas County school bus. Officials said the bus driver from Lealman Intermediate School called for help when three students "ganged up" on a 13-year-old student, kicking and punching the victim. The driver stopped the bus near 20th Avenue South and 51st Street. Police said the suspects used the emergency exit of the bus to escape. Joshua Reddin, Julian McKnight, and Lloyd Khemradj, all 15 years old, were arrested a short time later. An investigation revealed one of the suspects had tried to sell drugs to the victim in a school bathroom. The victim notified officials at the school. Later that day, the suspects and victim rode the same school bus home. Officials said the victim tried to crawl under a seat on the bus as the suspects punched and kicked the victim for roughly a minute, police said. The victim suffered a fractured arm. Police say Joshua Reddin also took the victim's money after the beating. All three teens are charged with aggravated battery. Reddin is also charged with unarmed robbery. All three have been released from police custody. - (Black-on-white)

   

    "Jester" pleads guilty to 2011 murder
Cadereo Eugene JesterChristine ArnoldA Gary man who was linked to a 2011 homicide by a DNA database hit has pleaded guilty to murder in exchange for a 45-year prison sentence. Cadereo Eugene Jester, 26, admitted he killed Christine Arnold following a dispute on July 18, 2011, in the 300 block of Hovey Street in Gary. Jester then disposed of Arnold’s body and car in the Ivanhoe Nature Conservancy near 4th Avenue and Hamlin Street in Gary. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Javonte Higgins charged in Kentwood double murder
Javonte HigginsDavid and Vivian BouwmanKENTWOOD, Mich. - The family of a murdered Kentwood couple spoke Thursday morning, thanking police and detectives for bringing charges against Javonte Higgins. Tom Kelly, the son-in-law of David and Vivian Bouwman, spoke at the news conference at the Kentwood Police Department. The Bouwman's were killed in their home in January 2013. Javonte Higgins was arrested a couple of weeks later in a suburb of Chicago on unrelated charges in Wyoming. Higgins was determined to be competent to stand trial in Wyoming earlier this week. Prosecutors and police announced the Kentwood murder charges Wednesday afternoon. Higgins was arraigned on two counts of homicide, one count of home invasion, and one weapons count at 1 p.m. Thursday in Kentwood. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Suspect in Decatur murder arrested in Detroit
Ryan Oneal CaudleJames Travers DECATUR, Ala. - Decatur police detectives interviewed a man arrested in Detroit for the murder of a Decatur man. Decatur police said Tuesday they will bring Ryan Oneal Caudle back to north Alabama to face a murder charge for the June 18 shooting death of James Patrick Travers II. Travers was shot during a robbery at his home on Mitchell Pines Trail in late June. He was found on the edge of Highway 31, where we're told he ran after two men broke into his home and fired one shot from a rifle. Police said they had determined during their investigation that Caudle was a suspect and had left Alabama. U.S. Marshals found him in Detroit. Caudle will be held in the Wayne County Jail in Michigan until he's extradited back to Alabama. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • James Travers found murdered
    Police responded to a break-in call at his home on Highway 31. When they arrived they found Travers body on the property. According to police Travers girlfriend was at the home with him, when two masked men broke in.

   

New trial ordered in murder of man asking for directions
Tevin James BenjaminMichael David Porter JACKSON – (AP) The Mississippi Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for one of several teens convicted in the slaying of a man who was shot after stopping to ask for directions to his grandson’s football game. Linda and Michael David Porter had gotten lost going to their grandson’s football game in Moss Point in 2008. Authorities say he was shot during a robbery attempt at a gas station. Tevin James Benjamin, who was 14 at the time of the shooting, was convicted of capital murder and sentenced to life in prison. The high court said in a ruling Thursday that trial judge in Jackson County “erred in denying Benjamin’s motion to suppress his statement to the police, which was given in violation” of his Miranda rights. - (Black-on-white)


    (Black) N.J. Police Detective Indicted For Road Rage Murder Of (White) Md. Man
Joseph WalkerJoseph Harvey, JrANNAPOLIS, Md. — A New Jersey police detective is now indicted on first degree murder charges. Police say Joseph Walker gunned down a Maryland man on the side of a highway after a road rage incident spiraled out of control. Detective Joseph Walker was initially charged with second-degree murder but prosecutors have now opted to elevate those charges. Life in prison. That’s the sentence now facing a New Jersey detective. Forty-year-old Joseph Walker was driving with his wife and three children on Route 3 in Anne Arundel County last month. Witnesses say Walker cut off a car driven by 36-year-old Joseph Harvey, Jr. The two drivers began swerving at each other and eventually pulled onto the side of the road. As Harvey approached, police say Walker shot him three times. - (Black-on-white)

    POLICE: Racial slurs hurled during robbery in Okolona Park
Brejon Ford LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Louisville Metro Police say they've arrested a suspect in connection with a robbery in which a man was beaten while the perpetrators yelled racial epithets. According to an arrest warrant, it happened in Okolona Park on April 12. Police say 18-year-old Brejon L. Ford and three accomplices approached a man and attacked him. According to the arrest warrant, Ford punched the victim in the face. As the victim was walking away, police say one of the suspects hit him with a tree log. Police say Ford and his accomplices then began hitting the victim several times in the head with their fists, all the while calling him names including "honky," "cracker," and "white trash." The suspects then allegedly took two cell phones from the victim, valued at $129.95 and $22. The victim had to be taken to the hospital and was diagnosed with a subdural hematoma, described in the arrest warrant as "a collection of blood outside the brain." - (Black-on-white) - (Hatecrimes)

    (Black) Oakland Man Arrested In Violent SF Mugging (of White woman) Caught On Tape
Christopher Porter-BaileyvictimSan Francisco police have arrested an Oakland man in connection with the brutal robbery and assault that was caught on tape during gay pride weekend. Police announced in press release Wednesday morning that 23-year old Christopher Porter-Bailey was arrested on July 26 in connection with the assault of a 28-year-old woman on Market Street between Buchanan and Laguna on June 30. The group is described as five men and a woman all in their late teens or early 20s. The same group is suspected of committing multiple robberies and assaults after the Pink Saturday street party in the Castro. - (Black-on-white)

 

 

    Woman Still Loves Man Who Chased Her Down And Shot Her In Red Bank; Judge Says She "Needs To Get Smarter"
Antwan Lamar JacksonMonica BranhamA woman testified Monday in Red Bank Court that she still loves the man who chased her down and shot her on July 4. Monica Branham asked that charges be dropped against 34-year-old Antwan Lamar Jackson. Instead, Judge Johnny Houston bound charges of two counts of attempted first-degree murder and two counts of aggravated assault to the Grand Jury against Jackson. Bond remains at $250,000 on each charge. He bound 29-year-old Tiajuana Jo Ann "Tia" Dieffenderfer Cook, of 4125 Kirkland Ave., to the Grand Jury on the same charges and bond. She was the driver of the car that chased down a vehicle driven by Ms. Branham. The shooting happened on U.S. 27. Ms. Branham said she and Jackson had been together for three years. Jackson was angry about her being with another man. Jackson got out and fired several shots into her car.
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Gratitude and grief: Life after a brutal assault (by a black 'youth' with a baseball bat on an unarmed White man)
Tommy BranchThomas "TC" Maslin It was three days after their third wedding anniversary, and Thomas "TC" Maslin was walking home alone from an evening with friends. They had attended a Washington Nationals game and gathered afterward for drinks at Tune Inn, a Capitol Hill bar. As he crossed a park near the Eastern Market building just after midnight, three men approached him and demanded money. He handed over his iPhone and bank card, but as he did so, one of the men came up from behind with an aluminum bat. Tommy Branch, 23, of Fort Washington, Maryland, called the bat his "Barry Bonds," according to detectives. With a two-fisted grip, Branch wound up and swung so hard that TC's skull shattered, an optic nerve was severed and he was left with a dent across the left side of his head. He was found eight hours later on a front porch a few blocks from home, unconscious and bleeding internally where pieces of his skull had sliced into his brain. TC remained in a coma for several days. He underwent six surgeries. He was left blind in his left eye and lost some use of his right arm and leg; both are noticeably thinner than the left. He faces at least two more surgeries, including one to rebuild part of his collapsed skull. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Fairmont Terrace quadruple murder suspects Cedric Poore, James Poore hearing continued to September
Cedric and James PoorevictimsTULSA - Only two days into court proceedings, the case against a pair of Tulsa brothers accused of murdering four women inside a 61st and Peoria apartment has been pushed to September. Preliminary hearings wrapped up Tuesday and won't resume until Sept. 9. A motion hearing is also slated for August. Cedric and James Poore, who have pleaded not guilty to murder and robbery charges, are suspected of shooting Misty Nunley, Julie Jackson, Rebeika Powell and Kayetie Melchor inside a Fairmont Terrace apartment Jan. 7. All four were discovered bound with gunshot wounds to the head. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • 4 slain Tulsa women had gunshot wounds to head
    James Poore, told detectives he knew Rebeika Powell and sold and dealt drugs with her. He and his brother Cedric Poore are accused of going to the apartment to steal her meth and killing the four women inside the apartment.

    Adam Peavey : 5 shot; 3 dead after shooting rampage in SLC
Adam PeaveyShane StreeterKeith Lewis RobertsRoy PeaveyJustin RiveraST. LUCIE COUNTY, Fla. - A St. Lucie County man who shot and killed one person, and wounded two others before committing suicide, also shot and killed his own father. 22-year-old Adam Peavey had a rap sheet, but nothing that would indicate he was about to go on a deadly shooting spree Sunday. Sheriff Mascara says detectives believe that Adam Peavey shot his father Roy Peavey Sunday morning in their home on Avenue N. He then drove to Boston Avenue where he shot 59 year-old Keith Roberts, who was paralyzed from the neck down (died Friday). Half an hour later, two men walking to the corner store are shot. Investigators say Adam Peavey called over 27-year-old Shane Streeter and 22 year-old Justin Rivera to his truck, then opened fire. Rivera is in critical condition, Streeter was killed. - (Black-on-white)
   

 
  • Police: Robbers tell man, 'This is for Trayvon Martin'
    A weekend robbery in a racially diverse neighborhood of Washington may have been a hate crime, police said. "This is for Trayvon Martin," one of the three black men told a white man as they approached him early Saturday, according to Washington Metropolitan Police Officer Anthony Clay. The men kicked the adult white male as they took his iPhone and wallet, Clay said Sunday. The man, who has not been publicly identified, suffered minor injuries and refused medical treatment, he said. There have been no arrests, but police are investigating the incident as a hate crime, he said. - (Black-on-white)

    COLD CASE UPDATE: Tisen Washington arrested for 2008 murder of taxi cab driver Jack LaGrand
Jack LaGrandTisen WashingtonClearwater, Florida -- It's been nearly five years, but police now say they have the man who killed a taxi cab driver behind bars. On September 17, 2008, 51-year-old Jack LaGrand was found shot to death behind the Cabaret Center strip mall on U.S. 19 near Enterprise Road in Clearwater. On Friday, Clearwater Police identified 24-year-old Tisen Washington as the suspected killer. Investigators say LaGrand picked up Washington from a Dunedin bar on the night he was killed. Washington, who is currently being held in Pasco County Jail on unrelated charges, is now charged with first degree murder. Video of the suspect at Fat Daddy's Bar in Dunedin was released last year. A witness came forward about two months ago, identifying the Washington. - (Black-on-white)

    John Paulsen, Kansas Native, Musician, Hotel Director, Killed: "Wrong Place, Wrong Time"
John PaulsenJohn Paulsen, a 48-year-old Kansas native who moved to St. Louis ten years ago and worked as a director at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel, was shot and killed over the weekend inside his convertible. And his grieving family and friends back home in Goodland, Kansas, believe Paulsen was the victim of a "random, senseless act of violence". "The whole world was at his feet, and why this happened to him, I don't know," James Paulsen, said his 72-year-old father "It's tough. It really is." Metro police officials say that Paulsen was parked on the 4200 block of Neosho Street in the Bevo neighborhood of south St. Louis at around 3:30 a.m. Sunday morning when he was fatally shot. Police say he might have been closing the convertible top of his car when an unknown gunman fired at him. The suspect is a "black male, 6' - 6'2" tall, slender build with shoulder-length dreadlocks," cops say. He remains at large, and the investigation is ongoing. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man Attacks, Robs Elderly (White) Woman: Police
suspect81-year-old victimPolice are on the hunt for a man who they say robbed an elderly Philadelphia woman. The 81-year-old woman, who did not want to be identified, says she went into a store on the 1100 block of South Broad Street around 1 p.m. back on June 17 to buy a lottery ticket. As she started to leave the store, a man walked behind her and opened the door for her. Police say the unidentified man had been stalking her the entire time. When the woman reached the 1300 block of South Juniper Street he allegedly put her in a choke-hold, threw her up against a wall, snatched her wallet and then fled on foot west on Wharton Street, according to investigators. - (Black-on-white)

    DA seeking death penalty against Dexter Lewis in horrific Fero's Bar and Grill killings
Dexter B. Lewis Lynell Hill, 25, and Joseph HillYoung Suk FeroDaria PohlTereasa BeesleyRoss RichterKellene Fallon





Denver prosecutors announced Thursday they will seek the death penalty against 23-year-old Dexter B. Lewis (left) in the horrific murders of five people who were stabbed to death at Fero's Bar and Grill last fall. "I've been in the Denver DA's Office for 30 years and I've never seen a case where there were five people that were killed at the hand of one individual," said Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey. "We have a man and four women that were allegedly laid down on the floor of a bar and butchered. Based on that, I think it's appropriate for us to seek the death penalty." Prosecutors told a judge of their decision during a Thursday afternoon status hearing on the case in Denver District Court. Lewis is charged with five counts of first-degree murder after deliberation, five counts of first-degree murder, five counts of aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon and one count of arson. Two accomplices, brothers Lynell Hill, 25, and Joseph Hill, 27, pleaded guilty on Tuesday. As part of the plea deal, the brothers agreed to testify against Lewis at trial. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Tulsa man charged with rape and first-degree murder in deadly Calumet house fire
Amy Gibbins, 22, and her son, BryorDerek Don PoseyDerek Don Posey, 30, was charged with two counts of first-degree murder in Canadian County in the deaths of Amy Gibbins, 22, and her son, Bryor, whom firefighters found dead June 16 in a burned home. Prosecutors allege Posey forcibly raped Gibbins and struck her on the head. They allege that after killing her, Posey set her house on fire. Bryor was in the house and died in the blaze, according to court documents. Posey also was charged with one count of felony debit card theft in the alleged theft of Gibbins' debit card. - (Black-on-white)

    Suspect 'basically executed' Metro PCS clerk Shelby Farah
Shelby FarahJames Xavier RhodesJACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Police have arrested a suspect in the death of Shelby Farah. He has been identified as 21-year-old James Xavier Rhodes. Farah was gunned down Saturday at a Metro PCS store at 21st and Main Street where she worked. Police say Rhodes walked into the store and pointed a gun at a witness before approaching Farah. Farah gave him money. Before walking out, police say Rhodes shot Farah three times. "He basically executed her," said Lt. Rob Schoonover with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. Police say Rhodes is the same man seen wearing a bandana in a surveillance image circulated by police earlier this week. Police say Rhodes' family members approached investigators about his potential involvement. Authorities picked him up at a bus stop on Atlantic Boulevard, just west of the Regency Square Mall. JSO said he denied any involvement initially, but then confessed early Wednesday morning. Rhodes is facing charges of murder, armed robbery and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. - (Black-on-white)

    Suspect in 2 of 3 S. Boston attacks to be in court
Edwin AlemanyAmy LordBOSTON (WHDH) -- A man accused of attacking two women in South Boston is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday afternoon. Officers arrested Edwin Alemany for two attacks in South Boston, including a stabbing on Gates Street. Alemany is a person of interest in the death of Amy Lord, 24, whose body was found Tuesday at the Stony Brook Reservation in Hyde Park. Police said Lord was kidnapped, carjacked, robbed and murdered on Tuesday. For 47 minutes, investigators say Lord was forced to withdraw money from her bank account at five different Boston-area ATMs, each one taking her further from her South Boston apartment. Police said Tuesday around 6 a.m. at least one man forced her into her car. Investigators found her car burned just after 8 a.m. She was reported missing at 11 a.m. On Tuesday evening, a bicyclist found her body stabbed and left at the Stony Brook Reservation in Hyde Park. Lord was beaten in her home before being taken to the ATMs. Boston police are trying to figure out if Lord’s death is connected to the two other violent assaults in South Boston, which Alemany is accused of, that happened in the area within the same 24-hour period. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Lavere Bryant charged in murders of Dearborn Family Dollar workers
 Lavere BryantBrenna K. MachusJoe OrlandoDEARBORN, Mich. - On the same day the Family Dollar store in Dearborn reopened where 20-year-olds Joseph Orlando and Brenna K. Machus worked, a former employee was charged with their murders. Police said the night of July 16, 34-year-old Lavere Bryant shot and killed Orlando in the bathroom, robbed the store and abducted Machus. He eventually shot her, too, and dumped her body in a field less than a mile away. Family Dollar confirmed Bryant was fired last spring, but would not say why or explain how a man with a lengthy rap sheet was hired in the first place. Records show in 1999, Bryant was convicted of breaking into a home and sexually assaulting a woman. He only served a year. It was not long before he was in trouble again. In 2001, Bryant was convicted of assault to commit great bodily harm less than murder after he picked up a prostitute and stabbed her in the neck until she was able to escape. According to the Michigan Department of Corrections, he was a problem inmate under maximum security, never granted parole and served his maximum sentence. Bryant was arrested at a Detroit car wash. Bryant was charged with two counts of first-degree murder, armed robbery and unlawful imprisonment. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Accused MS Highway Shooter Faces Death Penalty
James Willie Thomas SchlenderDESOTO COUNTY, MS -- It's been over a year since two people were murdered on Mississippi's highways. It was the case that gripped the Mid-South, and the nation, for weeks as investigators wondered if a serial killer was impersonating a police officer. James Willie will go on trial for the murders next month. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. Willie's accused of murdering two people and raping a third victim. If convicted, he could be put to death. Willie faces the death penalty for the murder of 74-year old Thomas Schlender from Nebraska. Schlender was shot and killed last May while driving down Interstate 55. Just days after Schlender's murder, Lori Anne Carswell, a Tunica casino worker, was shot and killed. She was found near her car on Mississippi Highway 713. Willie was arrested for both murders in May 2012. Tunica County sheriff investigators matched a gun Willie's accused of firing during a sexual assault to the murder weapon. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Robber drives off with student hanging from car, crashes
John Benjamin Harris William Knauft SANDY SPRINGS, Ga. — Sandy Springs police have issued arrest warrants for a man they said robbed a local art student, then drove off with the victim hanging out of his car. Victim William Knauft said he met John Benjamin Harris July 12 to discuss producing a rap album for him outside his apartment. "I put my hand in my pocket and tried to grab my phone and a little bit of my folded cash slipped out and as soon as he caught a glimpse of it he just grabbed it," said Knauft. "His window was down so I leaped half of my body into his window and held on just to try to grab it back." Police said Harris continued on with Knauft clinging to the car for several hundred feet. "He was basically swerving all over the place, trying to get me to shake off the car, and in the process he crashed into two other cars," said Knauft. Knauft said he fell off the car and hit his head on the ground, causing a skull fracture. - (Black-on-white)

    Warrant Issued for Boyfriend of Murdered Mansfield Mother
Anthony Raymont FordDeVon De La RosaMansfield police are searching for a woman's boyfriend as a suspect in her murder after she was found dead inside the couple's apartment Sunday night. Police found 23-year-old DeVon De La Rosa dead around 11:10 p.m. Sunday night after family members of the accused killer, 27-year-old Anthony Raymont Ford, called police. Family described Ford as De La Rosa's boyfriend and the father of their (illegitimate) son. Ford is described by police as a 6-foot, one-inch black male weighing about 165 pounds. Mansfield authorities ask that anyone with information related to the killing or the location of Ford to contact police at 817-473-0211. According to family members, Ford took his infant son to his mother's home before leaving the area. - (Black-on-white)
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Austin Grills"During the BBQ, these young black males approached our home with baseball bats and knives."
SOUTHAVEN, MS - A Southaven father is worried for his son's safety after the young man was beaten up twice by a group of neighborhood teens. Cops arrested one of the teens this weekend, but the victim's dad is worried the fighting won't stop. The boy is 15 years old. He says he was attacked twice, both times over a bicycle. "I was at the church playing basketball," says Austin Grills. "He was approached by about 15 young black males and accused of knowing who stole their bicycles," says his dad David. "They beat him unconscious and stomped his head on the floor." - (Black-on-white)

    Douglas murder suspect: “Allah” will represent her - accused of stabbing neighbor White man to death
Sahara Tabriz FakhirJerry WheelerA Douglasville woman accused of fatally stabbing her neighbor appeared in court Thursday, demanding to be released from jail and saying Allah was on her side. Sahara Tabriz Fakhir, 32, was arrested Wednesday on a murder charge in the slaying of Douglas County business owner Jerry Wheeler last month. In court on Thursday, Fakhir told the judge that Allah would be representing her. She also told the judge she would seek vengeance if he didn’t release her from jail. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Unarmed White) Tulsa Man Reportedly Beaten Unconscious With Lumber by Armed Black Male - Thought He'd Die
Tom BushA Tulsa man said an armed robber beat him unconscious with a piece of lumber in north Tulsa early Saturday morning. "I thought I was going to die," Tom Bush said. "I thought, ‘this is my last day.'" The attacker also stole Bush's wallet and his vehicle. Bush was loading his van to go on early-morning service calls when a man carrying a 2-by-4 walked up to him about 5:30 a.m. and asked for a cigarette. "He walked up and said, ‘I just came to say hi,'" Then the man attacked him. " [I] got blindsided by a 2-by-4 to the head," Bush said. "When he showed me his gun I had no more fight." The assailant took off in Bush's service van, a 2003 white Dodge Caravan with a ladder rack. Bush described him as a black man of medium build, between 28-30 years old and wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Valdosta police arrest two in Walnut St. death investigation
Michael Pindling and 21-year-old Dereon WallaceRobert Pett.Ga. -- Valdosta police are charging two men with murder in the death investigation of Robert Pett. On July 13, 2013, Pett's body was found behind an abandoned house located in the 200 block of Walnut Street in Valdosta. The men accused of killing Pett, 22-year-old Michael Pindling and 21-year-old Dereon Wallace, had only been in the Valdosta area for about a month. Police say that Pett knew of the two men. After Pett's body was found, detectives discovered that the suspects fled the Valdosta area after the murder and were possibly headed to to New York City. Pindling and  Wallace were arrested in the Savannah, Georgia area. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Third Arrest Made In Valdosta Murder
    On July 19, 2013, an arrest warrant was taken on Kathryn Cortez, 20 year old white female, Valdosta resident, for Armed Robbery in connection with the homicide case involving victim Robert Pett.

    (Black) Rochester man charged in connection with double homicide (two White women) in Sodus
Dante TaylorStacey MoultonTerri MoultonA 32-year-old Rochester man has been arrested in connection with the deaths of Terri and Stacey Moulton. Dante Taylor is charged with two counts of first-degree murder. Police say the two women were checking on a neighbor’s cat. A family member went to look for them when they didn’t return and that’s when he found the bodies. Investigators say there was a small fire burning inside of the home, which appears to be intentionally set to cover up the crime. Police say they suspect the women stumbled upon a burglary. Investigators say the house was ransacked. Police say they were able to track Taylor down using a vehicle description and other leads. Taylor is currently being held in the Monroe County Jail on a parole violation. We are told he has an extensive criminal history. - (Black-on-white)

    Police search for (black) suspect who killed (White) brothers
Matthew Bohannan, 19, and Andrew Bohannon, 24,JACKSONVILLE, Fla - Police said what started as a conversation lead to gunfire outside a Golden Corral restaurant on Normandy Boulevard Sunday night. It happened just after 9 p.m. in the parking lot of the Westside business. Matthew Bohannan, 19, and Andrew Bohannon, 24, were killed after police said a man started shooting at their car. - (Black-on-white)
   
   
  • Update: Police: Man arrested in brothers' killings over drugs
    Avery WoodJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A 19-year-old Jacksonville man has been arrested on two counts of felony murder and two counts of armed robbery in the killings two brothers Sunday night outside a Golden Corral restaurant on the Westside. Avery Wood is charged in the shooting deaths. A witness came forward and provided investigators with information that Wood requested that the witness participate in a robbery of his acquaintances, the Bohannon brothers, for drugs. Other witnesses came forward and told police that Wood made statements that he and other suspects were going to rob the brothers of their drugs. Police said they're currently working the case and more arrests are pending.
  • Arrest made in Jacksonville Golden Corral fatal double shooting
    Avery Wood, 19, has been charged with two counts of Armed Robbery and two counts of Felony Murder, according to a release from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

    (Black) Man charged with murder in strangling of (White) Grosse Pointe Park neighbor
Myron T. WilliamsSabrina GianinoMich. - A man long suspected in the strangulation of a 35-year-old woman who lived next door to him in suburban Detroit has been charged with first-degree murder. A spokeswoman for Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said Sunday that 42-year-old Myron T. Williams should be arraigned Monday in Grosse Pointe Park Municipal Court. Sebrina Gianino was found slain May 15, and Williams was quickly identified as a person of interest. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Suspect sought in late June murder
Keith BrownJimmy FeslerIndianapolis Metro Police Detectives need your help locating a murder suspect. Detectives have identified Keith Brown, 22, of Indianapolis as the shooter who killed Jimmy Fesler, 37, of Indianapolis on Friday, June 28, 2013. Keith is described as being 6-feet-tall, weighing approximately 180 pounds, with black hair, a mustache, average build. He should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone having information on the whereabouts of Brown or this incident is urged to call IMPD at 9-1-1 or Crime Stoppers of Indiana at 317.262.TIPS (8477). Callers may also text “INDYCS” plus tip information to 274627 (CRIMES) - (Black-on-white)
   

   

(Unarmed) White man dies after being victim of 'bored' group of feral black teens
Pat MahaneyPat Mahaney, severely beaten last August in North College Hill by a group of teens who said they were “bored,” died Friday after a sudden illness Wednesday, his brother, Michael Mahaney said.

Controversies have swirled around the case from the start. The attack drew national attention because of its severity and because the six boys told police that they ambushed Mahaney from behind merely because they were “bored.” Outrage spawned protests and counter-protests; a white-power group decried the fact that the teens, who are black, assaulted Mahaney, who is white. - (Black-on-white)

   

    Police: (Black) 'Documented gang members' killed White mother of 4 inside bakery
Kelly HunnewellTroy StevensonLorenzo YoungCOLUMBIA, SC - The Columbia Police Department has arrested three men in connection with the killing of a Columbia mother of four last week. Crimestoppers tips led to the apprehension of Troy Stevenson, 18, Lorenzo Young, 18 and a 16-year-old, Columbia Police Chief Ruben Santiago said Monday afternoon. All three have been charged with murder, kidnapping, attempted armed robbery and various other crimes, Santiago said. The juvenile, who is related to one of the suspects, will be tried as an adult. The chief said Stevenson and Young are documented gang members. "That's what these gang members did, they committed a murder," said Santiago. The body of 33-year-old Kelly L. Hunnewell was discovered by a neighbor early Monday morning inside a bakery at 93 Tommy Circle. - (Black-on-white)

    Firefighter Saves Elderly (White) Woman From Rape Attempt by Black Male
Eleanor Hayes Eleanor Hayes will never forget the terrifying words. “He said, ‘Take your clothes off, I’m going to rape you.’” The 77-year-old woman was inside her home in Upland, Pa. around 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Suddenly, she says, she heard a knock at the door. She was greeted by a man who asked to use her phone. Hayes, who has a bad back and was unable to defend herself, said the man threatened to rape her and began to shove her. That’s when, police say, Doug Scott, an Upland firefighter, noticed the commotion. Scott says he happened to be looking out of the window of his firehouse, located only a few feet away. Scott’s presence was enough to scare him off. The suspect is described as a light skinned black male with short hair and no facial hair, weighing between 150 and 170 pounds and standing between 5-foot-8 and 5-foot-10. - (Black-on-white)

    UK: Mother gets 'monster' boyfriend jailed by proving he'd faked his 'amazing citizen' reference to avoid prison for attacking her
Jesse FleischerGemma JarmanA young mother turned detective to get her violent boyfriend jailed after he avoided prison by faking a glowing reference. Gemma Jarman, 24, was angry when Jesse Fleischer, 38, was let off with a suspended sentence despite admitting beating her up in front of their toddler daughter at the home they shared in Southampton. Miss Jarman had seen how the judge at Winchester Crown Court had been impressed by a character reference from a hotel her boyfriend had worked at - a reference she knew was fake. - (Black-on-white) - (UK)
   

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    Fired maintenance man sentenced to life for apartment manager murder
Robert Earl WalterBENTON, LA - A Shreveport man found guilty of second degree murder in the deadly shooting of a Bossier City apartment manager has been sentenced to life in prison without parole. That's the maximum sentence Robert Earl Walter could have received, following his conviction on June 27 by a Bossier Parish jury. 32-year-old April Fulghum, a wife and mother of two, was fatally shot inside her office at the Lexington Place Apartments last October. Walter, who had been fired as a maintenance man at the complex just days before, never denied shooting Fulghum. Instead, he told the jury during his trial that he was devastated over his firing when he confronted the wife and mother of two that day. - (Black-on-white)

    Two black teens murder White man, shot another White man, threaten two other White men in 'spree'
 Gabriel EdwardsSirquain BurrJohn YinglingA teenager charged in a February crime spree was formally charged as an adult Tuesday. Gabriel Edwards, 15, faces 14 charges, including murder, robbery and auto theft. Edwards was arrested following the spree on Feb. 13. His friend, Sirquain Burr, was arrested as well. Both teens are accused of several robberies, a high speed chase and the death of 38-year-old John Yingling. Yingling’s ex-wife, Janet, said the past few months have been difficult. “I couldn’t even begin to say how hard it’s been. I mean, he was, I’ve known him since I was like 17,” Janet Yingling said. During the string of alleged crimes, Edwards and Burr are also accused of shooting a man who was walking his dog. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Indianapolis Metro Police search for evidence after two-county crime spree
    Rex SouterMatt ErichInvestigators the 15-year-old and 17-year-old committed five felonies in five hours. The crimes include two robberies, an attempted robbery and two shootings, one of which was fatal. Matt Erich was walking near his home in Speedway when he came face to face with the two teens now accused in a deadly crime spree. "Right where that stop sign is, is where they approached me," he said. The 15- and 17-year olds' run from the law ended in a violent crash after a police chase Wednesday morning. Earlier the same day, Erich says two teens in a blue Ford SUV pulled a gun on him as he walked in his Speedway neighborhood. "I turned around twice and continued to walk that's when he yelled out hey #^*&^#! and that's when I turned around and ran the opposite way," said Erich.
    Rex Souter was out walking his dog along Dandy Trail near Eagle Creek Reservoir when a vehicle pulled up and someone started shooting at him. Souter ran, but a bullet struck him. Souter says the shooter looked at him and started firing without saying a word.
  • Mom: Teen charged in crime spree, Sirquain Burr, a 'sweetheart'
    Sirquain Burr, 17, was charged Tuesday with murder, attempted murder, robbery, attempted robbery, auto theft and carrying a handgun without a license.
  • Second victim in crime spree fought back
    62-year-old Kenny Winslow says he was out for his morning walkKenny Winslow. “All of a sudden, the car started coming into Earl Court.” He says a teen got out with a gun. “He says, give me your wallet, I told him I said, I don’t carry a wallet. He said, give me your wallet. He’s got this gun right at me. Well, it looked like it was a fake weapon.” Winslow, who'd been in the army reserves, said he didn't think twice when he fought back, trying to get the attention of a neighbor nearby. “I put my hand on his hand with the pistol, and put it down at a 45 degree angle,” he explained. “I said, come on, let’s get it on, let’s get it on. He was starting to back up, and I’m going after him.” He said the gunman ran back to his car, while Winslow ran to a nearby home. “The good lord was looking out for me that day,” he added.
  • Man shot while walking dog
  • Crime spree victim's family speaks out
    38-year-old John Yingling's two children and their mother speak out one day after their father was killed in a crime spree that spanned two counties. Police say John Yingling was pulling out of his driveway Wednesday morning heading to work when he was shot and killed. His ex wife is trying to make sense of the random act of violence. "He was a good man and he didn't deserve that. He worked everyday for everything that he had and it's just gone that quick," says Janet Yingling, the mother of his two children.
  • Police link teens to five Wednesday crimes
    7:33 a.m., 5800 block of Sapelo Drive, woman robbed in her open garage 7:40 a.m., Earl and Tammy drives, attempted robbery of a 62-year-old man 8:08 a.m., 3300 block of Babette Court, 38-year-old John Yingling killed in his driveway 9:33 a.m., Dandy Trail and 56th Street, man shot walking his dog 11:15 a.m., police chase that led into Brownsburg
  • Dad of teen apologizes for crimes

    Cold Springs homicide victim identified as Lacee Shupe * Man Suspect in Cold Springs Homicide Investigation
Lacee Nicole ShupeRobert OwensDouglas High graduate and former Gardnerville resident Lacee Nicole Shupe, 22, was identified as the woman killed in a disturbance at her Cold Springs home early Monday morning. According to the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, Shupe and another roommate were allegedly injured in an altercation with roommate, Robert Owens, 41. Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of suspicious circumstances at 5:30 a.m. Monday. The initial cause of death is believed to be stabbing or a wound caused by a sharp edge, however a final determination is pending from the Washoe County Medical Examiner’s Office. All three subjects were transported to a local hospital where victim, Shupe, succumbed to her injuries. Details from the preliminary investigation indicate the suspect is Robert Owens, 41, a Cold Springs resident who was transported for self-inflicted injuries. - (Black-on-white)

    Police make arrests in year-old murder case
Aaron LeffageTerry Frasier, 28, and Terry EuglonBEAUMONT - Wednesday marks one year since the murder of Aaron Leffage, 20, of Lumberton. Just one day before that tragic anniversary, Beaumont police believe they arrested the two men who killed him. Tuesday night, police arrested Terry Frasier, 28, and Terry Euglon, 23. Both men are charged with capital murder. The murder took place on July 3, 2012 in Beaumont's north end. The day of the murder, Beaumont Police Sgt. Rob Flores said that two men dropped Leffage off at Christus Hospital St. Elizabeth. He had serious injuries caused by blunt force. Hospital staff treated Laffage in the hospital's Intensive Care Unit where he died on July 5, 2012. Police say evidence shows Frasier and Euglon robbed and assaulted Leffage. Police have not released a motive, nor specified how Leffage was assaulted. According to Beaumont detectives, the two had been suspects all along, but it took a year to gather enough evidence and put enough together to get the warrants. - (Black-on-white)

    4 (black) teens charged in death of (White) Mableton man
Joshua Heath ChellewAntonio Pass, Johnathan Anthony (Pass), Jekari StrozierKemonta BondsMABLETON, Ga. - Cobb County police have arrested four alleged gang members linked to a fatal hit-and-run crash on Mableton Parkway. The suspects are accused of beating the victim and then forcing him into the path of a car. The fatal crash happened just after 1 a.m. Joshua Heath Chellew, 36, of Mableton was struck by a vehicle and later died. Authorities said Chellew did not know his attackers. A friend of Chellew said that the two had gone to a gas station when several men jumped Chellew. "They started punching him. They starting beating on him," said the woman. Chellew attempted to escape his attackers by backing into Mableton Parkway. Chellew was then knocked down onto the roadway, where he was struck by the vehicle. The following four suspects are charged with felony murder, aggravated assault and violation of the Georgia Street Gang Act. They are currently being held without bond. - Antonio Pass, Johnathan Anthony (Pass), Jekari Strozier and Kemonta Bonds. - (Black-on-white)

    Murder charge filed in shooting death of retired minister
David AllenThomas Dean Sr.He was only going to be gone a short while, Thomas Dean Sr. told his family Saturday afternoon. But the retired minister never returned. Around 3 that afternoon, Dean was killed by a bullet fired during some kind of dispute at the house that his friend was moving out of. On Sunday, prosecutors filed second-degree murder charges against David Allen, a 37-year-old Vacaville, Calif., man. Allen also was charged with armed criminal action. He allegedly shot Dean, 58, in the driveway of a house. Witnesses said they heard a single gunshot, and Allen allegedly ran away. Dean died at the scene - (Black-on-white)
   

    Parolee charged with New Year's killing of retired nun
Michael BriggsMary Stella Greco SCHENECTADY, N.Y. - A man incarcerated in Schenectady County Jail has been charged in the death of a retired nun found dead inside her home on New Year's Day. The Schenectady County District Attorney's Office says 37-year-old Michael Briggs, a parolee, has been charged with first-degree murder in connection to the killing of 82-year-old Mary Greco. Briggs was taken into custody on a parole violation in January. He was being held on unrelated charges while being questioned in Greco's death. Greco was found killed inside 1402 Stanford Street in Schenectady on January 1, 2013 by the owners of her apartment building. Her car, which had been parked at the crime scene, was located by police in the parking lot of St. John the Evangelist Church parking lot shortly after she was found. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Suspects On Bicycles Shoot and Kill (White) Man in Miami: Police
Jerry Wayne SherrellOne teen is in custody and police are looking for another after police say they were involved in a robbery that ended with the shooting death of a man in Miami late Monday. Police said Tuesday they are searching for the suspect who shot Jerry Wayne Sherrell, 54. The suspect is described as a black male with a thin build between 15 and 17 years old. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Suspects arrested in killing of bystander now charged with murder
Clockwise from top left: Bowman, Scriven, Hampton, Wilson, and Fryar.Rebecca Marshelle DewittCOLLETON COUNTY, SC - Five men who were arrested earlier this year in connection to the killing of an innocent bystander now face charges of murder. The Colleton County Sheriff's Office says Jason Wilson, Reginald Fryar, Brandon Allen Bowman, Deon Hampton and Carl Crandell Scriven were all charged with murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime in reference to an April 9 shooting on West Side Lane in Colleton County near Walterboro. The shooting took the life of an innocent bystander, Rebecca Marshelle Dewitt, who was caught in the crossfire as she returned home from the store with her children. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Toddler held at knifepoint in Walmart, police shoot incoherent (black) suspect at point-blank range
Sammie Wallace and victimMIDWEST CITY, Okla. - Police in Oklahoma are speaking out about a hostage situation at a local Wal-Mart where a 2-year-old girl was held at knife-point by a man, until police shot and killed the suspect. The incident was caught on the store-s surveillance video. "You can't make this up," said Midwest City Police Chief Brandon Clabes. "This is real life and it happened." Clabes described the hostage situation as a scene from a movie. "You've got the ingredients of a two and a half year old helpless victim, you've got a mother who has to standby helplessly and watch as her daughter is being held by a mental patient with a knife, and you have our officers responding," said Clabes. Surveillance cameras at the Midwest City Wal-Mart recorded the whole situation as the suspect, Sammie Wallace, took a 2-year-old child from a shopping cart and held a knife to her stomach. "You could see the knife," said Terry Parker, a witness. "You could see the baby, and you could see the mama." Without knowing what was going to happen, Parker sprang into action and blocked Wallace with his cart until police arrived. "If that gentleman was to come my direction he would have to go through me or my cart to do that," said Parker. Moments later, the building was evacuated and the negotiations began. "During negotiations they try all kinds of cues," said Clabes. "We try to talk about his family, his job, how the child is not afraid of him." But Clabes said those efforts failed and Wallace started a countdown to harm the child. "We waited until the last second in our opinion to use deadly force," said Clabes. When Wallace neared zero in the countdown, the negotiator shot him. - (Black-on-white)
   

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