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ARCHIVE for 19 December 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



   

(Black) Suspects in carjacking of (unarmed White female) teen arrested in wild takedown
Giana Wagenman Corey EllisSt. Petersburg, Florida - Twenty-four hours after a teenager was carjacked at gunpoint, the suspects are arrested after they tried to escape capture. It started on Tuesday evening along the 1800 block of 64th Ave. North when two men carjacked the teenager for her 2013 Hyundai Sonata at gunpoint. "He hit me with the butt of his right under my eye, pick up my phone right after I'd thrown in. Got into my car and drove away," said 17-year-old Giana Wagenman. One Wednesday evening around 6:30 p.m., St. Petersburg police spotted the suspects at a Citgo gas station at 4210 Park Blvd N. The carjacking suspects were seen in Giana's car and there was another vehicle, an Infinity, driven by an associate of the suspects sitting right behind it. When police surrounded the suspects, the drivers of both cars tried to ram their way through by hitting and knocking over a gas pump, and then both cars smashed into police cruisers while trying to get away. St. Petersburg Police Officer Eric Holmes was injured when one of the suspect crashed into his cruiser. He was transported to the hospital to be treated for his injuries. One of the carjacking suspect, 18-year-old Corey Ellis, has been charged with aggravated battery and aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, but not with the carjacking... as of yet. News is not identifying the second suspect because he is underage. Charges are still pending against Mundae Francis, the driver of the Infinity. - (Black-on-white)

   

    (Black) Man Charged in Jeweler's Row Assault, Robbery (of White man)
Keith RichardsonVideo shows White victimPolice arrested a man in connection to an assault and robbery in the Jeweler’s Row section of the city last November. Keith Richardson, 19, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with attempted murder, carjacking, robbery and other related offenses. On November 17, at 2:45 a.m., police say a 23-year-old man and two of his friends were walking along the 700 block of Sansom Street when Richardson and three other suspects began to follow them. As the victim tried to enter the door of a building, police say one of the suspects punched him in the face, knocking him to the ground. The suspects then allegedly stole his iPhone and then fled west on Sansom Street. They then entered a silver or gray-colored late model Pontiac Grand Prix. Police say an anonymous tip led them to Richardson. While he is now in custody, police say the other three suspects are still on the loose. - (Black-on-white) (see video at link)

    Pastor forgives burglar who stabbed him 37 TIMES after coming face to face with 'attacker' during emotional court hearing
Wesley McLemore Kevin RamsbyA pastor has forgiven a man accused of stabbing him 37 times and leaving him for dead after coming face to face with his alleged attacker in an emotion-charged court room. Kevin Ramsby was savagely attacked by a burglar who broke into his home in Highland Park, Michigan. Doctors thought he stood no chance of surviving his horrific wounds and called his wife to rush to the hospital before it was too late. But, miraculously, the pastor survived and looked his alleged attacker Wesley McLemore in the eye during a preliminary court hearing. McLemore, 41, was arrested in Alabama, four months after the attack and has now been extradited back to Michigan to face trial. - (Black-on-white)

    Private Attorney Weighed In Death Penalty Case
Lorenzo JenkinsPatrick Sullivan; his wife, Deborah Sullivan; and their daughter, Wendy SullivanNASHVILLE, Tenn. - A Nashville judge is weighing a request to allow a private attorney to handle the death penalty case against Lorenzo Jenkins. The request from the public defender's office comes as the state is pushing to begin executing condemned inmates again. Assistant Public Defender Mike Engle told Criminal Court Judge Randall Wyatt Jr. last week that the Nashville public defender's office lacks the resources to take on another death penalty case, which on average takes 2,000 hours of preparation. Elected Public Defender Dawn Deaner said that her office is underfunded and understaffed and is already involved in two death penalty cases. Jenkins is charged with murder in the 2012 stabbing deaths of Patrick Sullivan; his wife, Deborah Sullivan; and their daughter, Wendy Sullivan. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Surviving family member seeks answers following triple murder - Jan 4, 2013
    They were found by Nakeeah Sullivan, the victims' daughter and sister; Sullivan's five-year-old son was also with her when they discovered the gruesome scene. "I found my sister in the bathroom, blood everywhere," said Sullivan. "I could not pick her up. I called 911, looked over, [and] found my mother with her throat slit and stabbed several, several times." Sullivan said she found her father inside a shed in their backyard. All three victims had multiple stab wounds.

    3 Guilty in Murder of College Student
Jordan CoynerDevele ReidThree young men have been found guilty of killing a 20-year-old Pennsylvania student. A jury found 17-year-old Jon Lee guilty of third-degree murder, while the judge in the case delivered the same verdict for 19-year-old Brandon Lind, while finding 24-year-old Devele Reid guilty of second-degree murder. Prosecutors say all three are liable in the June 2012 death of Slippery Rock University student Jordan Coyner. They say the defendants went to his Kennedy Township home to steal cash and marijuana. Allegheny County Assistant District Attorney Michael Berquist says Jon Lee hatched the idea of a robbery, Brandon Lind picked the target and Devele Reid pulled the trigger. Lind and Reid chose to have their cases decided by a judge. The three are scheduled to be sentenced March 13. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Cop killer linked to rape
Kevin RandlemanAndy DunnForensic evidence has linked convicted cop killer Kevin Randleman to a 2005 rape case in Illinois. On May 31, 2005, a 21-year-old woman reported a sexual assault to the Springfield, Ill. police department. She told officers it occurred after a night of drinking with Randleman. “They knew each other to some degree,” Springfield police Lt. Daniel Mounce said. The woman eventually fell asleep, but awoke as Randleman was raping her. Fast-forward to 3 a.m. March 19, 2011. Randleman gunned down Sandusky police Officer Andy Dunn at Hayes Avenue and Tyler Street. Dunn was making a routine stop when Randleman unleashed multiple rounds from his weapon, which pierced Dunn’s bullet-proof vest and killed him. Randleman was sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty to Dunn’s murder in August 2012. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Driver In City Hall Crash That Killed (White) Pedestrian Gets 11 Years After Plea Deal
Johnny JohnsonMatthew HerslBALTIMORE —The man charged with hitting and killing a longtime Baltimore City employee earlier this year in front of City Hall enters a plea in the case and learns his fate. Johnny Johnson entered a guilty plea to vehicular manslaughter in the death of Matthew Hersl back in April. As part of a plea deal, Johnson received a maximum sentence of 11 years in prison for the manslaughter charge and for possession of heroin residue that was found in his car. Johnson was being chased by police going more than 100 mph onto city streets from Interstate 83 when he lost control. The car flipped, struck and killed Hersl, who standing out front of City Hall. - (Black-on-white)
   

   

Fourth (black) suspect turns self in after (Whtie) newlywed shot in head during break-in
Michael Teasley (left) and Jaylend Turner (center). Police are still searching for Khari McClelland (right). Tramel Devon HartMarco KauffmanROWAN COUNTY, NC - A Rowan County man is being held on a $5 million bond after deputies say a newlywed was shot in the head during a home break-in last week. Khari Dewayne McClelland, 23, was arrested. He was the third person arrested in the case. Deputies say Marcus "Marco" Kauffman is hospitalized after he was shot in the head during a botched burglary at his home. McClelland was picked up by Rowan County Sheriff's Office Investigators. He was served with warrants for Attempted Murder, Felony Breaking & Entering, Felony Larceny, and Felony Larceny of a Firearm. Kauffman may have been shot with his own gun. He is still in critical condition in the hospital. Friends are family are praying by his bedside daily. Jalend Turner was arrested Friday and charged with attempted murder. Another man, Michael Dwayne Teasley, is charged with accessory after the fact. Deputies say the fourth suspect,18-year-old Tramel Devon Hart, turned himself in on Thursday evening and was charged with accessory after fact. - (Black-on-white)

   

    Guilty plea expected in fatal shooting over $10, a cell phone & sandwich
Joshua ProuteyQuintel Raheem GradyDaniel Edward Henry, Quintel Grady, Jasmine Dottin and Christopher Cromartie Jr. WILMINGTON, NC – The man accused of killing a teen just before Christmas in 2012 is expected to take a plea deal in court Thursday. Quintel Raheem Grady will like plead guilty to his involvement in the death of Joshua Proutey, who was shot in December 2012 while heading to his car after working an event at the Community Arts Center on Second and Orange Streets. Grady and three others were charged in connection with Proutey's death. One of the teens involved said Grady had bought the revolver that killed Proutey hours before the shooting and is also the one who pulled the trigger. District Attorney Ben David said Grady approached Proutey and demanded money. He says Proutey pulled out $10 to hand over, but asked to keep it. According to David, Proutey was ordered back into his car, but froze, so Grady shot him. Prosecutors said they intend to seek the death penalty in this case because of aggravating factors. Authorities say Grady had priors on his record, including under 18 robbery with a weapon, fleeing to allude arrest and possession of a stolen motor vehicle. Charges are still pending against Christopher Cromartie, Daniel Henry and Jasmine Dottin in this case. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Martha Childress: 'I'm lucky to be alive, and I'm lucky to be in this chair.'
Martha ChildressMichael Juan SmithRyan EllisonATLANTA, GA - On Oct. 13, 2013, 18-year-old Martha Childress' life changed forever. As she awaited a taxi to take her back to her dorm room on the campus of the University of South Carolina, Childress was struck by a stray bullet fired from a gun by a man she had never even met. The bullet hit Childress in the ribcage and she immediately collapsed to the ground. She says she remembers everything that happened in the moments after she was hit. "I didn't really know I was shot at first. I just knew I heard a loud bang and I fell and didn't really know what was going on and I couldn't feel my legs," said Childress. "I looked over to my best friend, who was standing next to me, and I just told her, 'I can't feel my legs. I can't move.'" - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black man arrested again for robbery after allegedly attacking White crossing guard
Linda FosterDonell JohnsonDonell JohnsonA Memphis man already accused of attacking a popular crossing guard is back in jail. Donell Johnson, 20, is all smiles in his mug shot, but he is facing more time after his second arrest on robbery-related charges. The first time involved popular Richland Elementary crossing guard Linda Foster. Memphis Police say Johnson swiped her purse after Foster put up a fight during an attempted carjacking at an ATM. "He got scared and then he reached over there and got my purse that had my teeth and my hearing aid in it," said Foster. She later identified Johnson in a lineup. But within weeks of a court appearance, police say he was back to his old ways. They say Johnson was caught on surveillance camera at the Stage Road Home Depot. He and an accomplice are accused of trying to rob a female customer at gunpoint in the parking lot before driving away. Johnson was arrested last Friday and charged with that crime. Johnson's rap sheet includes at least eight arrests in Shelby County on charges including robbery and theft. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black man who sexually assaulted White autistic teen - will serve only 13.5 years
Israel WingoHands of White rape victimCLEVELAND, OH - The man who sexually assaulted an autistic teenager was sentenced to prison on Wednesday. Israel Wingo, 67, will serve 13.5 years in prison for sexually assaulting the autistic 17-year-old girl. He will be required to register as a Tier II Sexual Offender. Wingo then offered an apology to his victim, but she refused to look at him. "She's not the same, I mean she doesn't communicate any more," the victim's mother said. "She's crawled back into that shell that I worked so hard to get her out of." Wingo is the father of the victim's friend. "Shame on you, she trusted you," scolded Prosecutor Frankie Goldberg. The crime came to light when Cleveland Rec worker William Morrison saw Wingo kissing the victim in front of Roberto Clemente Park. Morrison used his cell phone to take a picture of Wingo's truck and license. Police investigated and found nude pictures of the girl and kiddie porn. Wingo had previously entered a plea of guilty to six counts of pandering sexually-oriented matter involving a minor, one count of endangering children, one count of gross sexual imposition, one count of possessing criminal tools and one count of illegal use of a minor in nudity oriented material or performance. - (Black-on-white)

    15-Year-Old Black Suspect in Watertown Home Invasion Tried as Adult
Alma YorkDivontaye CanadyThe 15-year-old who police said is one of the two people responsible for the home invasion that injured an elderly woman in Watertown late last month will be in court today, where he will be tried as an adult. Divontaye Canady has been charged with assault, larceny and kidnapping with a firearm. When Canady appeared in court last month, his mother was by his side as his public defender entered a not guilty plea. The victim, 87-year-old Alma York, was assaulted and robbed in late October inside her Watertown home. An earring was ripped out of her ear during the robbery. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Fatal nightclub shooting started as fight between black felon and his white girlfriend
Shearon BennettPictured from left to right: Darrell Bennett, April Cartin and Shearon Lamar Bennett.April Infinger BERKELEY COUNTY, SC - The shooting that led to the death of April Infinger began as a fight between a boyfriend and his girlfriend, authorities say. According to a spokesperson with the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office, 33-year-old Shearon Bennett was fighting with his girlfriend, April Cartin, when he was asked to leave the Moonshine Saloon on Meyers Road. Affidavits show that, as Bennett was in the parking lot of the nightclub, he fired into the building. That gunshot hit and killed 32-year-old April Infinger. Infinger was at the nightclub celebrating a friend's birthday and was getting ready to leave right before Bennett fired a gun. An incident report shows that Berkeley County Deputies attempted to chase Bennett as he was leaving the scene. After a warrant was announced for his arrest, Bennett was arrested and charged with murder Monday night. This is not Bennett's first time behind bars. According to a background check provided by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, Bennett first started having trouble back in 1998, when he was charged with assault and battery. His rap sheet shows that Bennett has had a violent history, facing charges of domestic violence, resisting arrest and possessing a sawed off shotgun. Bennett was a felon, which makes it illegal for him to own a gun. Cartin and Darrell Bennett were also arrested in this incident. Infinger's funeral is set for Thursday.
   

    Bond denied for accused officer killer
Victor Edward DeckerKareem Hasson Turner Raymond Lewis PerryVIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Kareem Turner, one of two men accused of killing an off-duty Norfolk police officer in 2010 was denied bond Wednesday morning. Turner was indicted on charges of second degree murder, armed robbery, use of a firearm in the commission of a felon and conspiracy. Turner and Raymond Perry are the two suspects charged with Officer Victor Decker’s death. He was found shot to death in Virginia Beach on Oct. 26, 2010. Turner was arrested more than two years later. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Maintenance worker killed (black is suspect); family searches for answers
Maintenance worker killed; family searches for answersDouglas ElliotUPDATE: "On 12-6-13 Glendale Police Detectives were continuing their investigation into the homicide of Douglas Elliott from 12-3-13 in the 6500 block of W. Bethany Home Rd. Detectives began to look into a subject by the name of Theodore Montgomery, an 18 year old male, as potentially being involved in this incident. Working with the Phoenix Police Department, Montgomery was located in Phoenix with 2 other subjects and was detained and brought in for questioning. That questioning led to the identification of other subjects involved in this incident that are still outstanding. Following the interview Montgomery, and another male juvenile were booked on charges related to the homicide from Tuesday at 6500 W. Bethany Home Rd.," stated Sgt. Jay O'Neill. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Crash kills (White) newlyweds, unborn baby; DWI limo driver Koon charged
 Rodney KoonWilliam Reid, 26, and his wife, Jamie, 25ASHEVILLE, N.C. —A limousine driver has been charged in an Asheville crash that killed a newlywed couple who had just attended a college friend's wedding. Asheville police Sgt. Dave Romick said Rodney Koon, 46, is charged with DWI and two counts of felony death by motor vehicle. The white 2003 Lincoln Town Car had gone over an embankment and struck a large tree. Passengers in the limo, William Reid, 26, and his wife, Jamie, 25, both teachers from Philadelphia, had been married three months. Jamie Reid's father, Ron Soukup, a retired engineer for Microsoft Corp., said that his daughter had the ultrasound pictures of their unborn child in her purse. Soukup said his daughter died instantly, but Will Reid was conscious when paramedics arrived. Soukup said his son-in-law told paramedics to help his wife first because she was pregnant. Will Reid died later at Mission Hospital. - (Black-on-white)

    Black arrested in shooting death of (White) Tampa cab driver
Devante BellJohn DooleyTampa police arrested a 19-year-old man Tuesday night in the fatal shooting of a taxi cab driver that occurred Sunday night. Devante Bell, of 1509 New Orleans Ave., faces one count of first-degree murder with a firearm and attempted armed robbery with a firearm in the shooting death of John Dooley, 56, police said. Bell was being held in the Hillsborough County Jail. He was denied bond. About 7:45 p.m. Sunday, Bell and another suspect entered a Yellow Cab driven by Dooley. As Dooley took them to the location they requested, he was shot by his passengers at Eskimo Avenue and North 18th Street, police said. Bell and the other suspect ran from the scene after the shooting, police said. The second suspect hasn’t been identified. The case remains under investigation. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Arrest made in North Austin murder
Andrew PenaOne man is in custody for the murder of a woman in North Austin Wednesday. Police say 52-year-old Andrew Pena shot 22-year-old Angelica Jewel Echols at the Deluxe Auto Service Shop on 8307 Jamestown Drive, where Pena also lived. Echols and a male companion went to the auto repair shop at 5:41 a.m. to “confront an individual,” according to a statement from police. The confrontation escalated, according to APD, and Echols was shot once in her upper torso. She was pronounced dead at an area hospital at 6:12 a.m. Pena is charged with murder, a first degree felony. His bond is set at $1 million. The case remains under investigation. Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call APD’s Homicide Tip Line at 512-477-3588 or Crimestoppers at 512-472-TIPS. Information leading to - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Family thankful for watchful eye of good Samaritan when two blacks invaded their home to steal
Deonta Ford and Edward MooreThe Boles familyHIXSON, TN - A Hixson family is thanking a good Samaritan for helping police catch two suspects that stole a TV from their home. A Bill Owens Heating and Air employee spotted the duo lifting the television and followed them until police could pursue. Red Bank Police chased the suspects until they wrecked on Highway 27 near Mountain Creek Road. One suspect was taken into custody on the scene. K-9 units assisted in locating the second suspect. The family says they're touched by the witness' kindness. Monica Boles, burglary victim, "He absolutely went above and beyond, this time is not how I grew up you don't really have people helping each other most people don't even know who their neighbors are and for someone to just take it upon themselves to help us out." The Boles family plans to thank Shane Johnson, the good Samaritan, in person. The suspects, Deonta Ford and Edward Moore, were charged with theft and aggravated burglary. - (Black-on-white)

    (Another) Brutal (black on White) "Knockout Game" Incident In Milwaukee
The victim appears to be a white male, while the attacker and others in the group appear to be African-American – typical of previous attacks in Milwaukee. There have been at least two other instances of white males being knocked to the ground by groups of African-American males in Milwaukee. One incident occurred on Oakland and Locust on Milwaukee’s Upper East Side and the other in the Sherman park area. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Two black brothers charged with killing White Iraq war vet trying to buy iPad, pair connected to four similar attacks
Tyshaune Kincade, 18 (l.), and his brother, 19-year-old Tyron Kincade James VesterJames Vester, 32, a 12-year vet with the Indiana National Guard, was killed by a bullet to the chest while trying to buy an iPad through Craigslist, police said. The suspects — Tyron Kincade, 19, (right) and his 18-year-old brother, Tyshaune (left) — were arrested two days later and phone records connect them to at least four similar robberies. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Man held on $5 million bond after newlywed shot in head during break-in
Khari Dewayne McClellandMarco KauffmanROWAN COUNTY, NC - A Rowan County man is being held on a $5 million after deputies say a newlywed was shot in the head during a home break-in last week. Khari Dewayne McClelland, 23, was arrested in the Newton-Conover area Monday afternoon, according to the Rowan County Sheriff's Office. He was the third person arrested in the case. Deputies say Marcus "Marco" Kauffman is hospitalized after he was shot in the head during a botched burglary at his home. McClelland was picked up by Rowan County Sheriff's Office Investigators, who transported him back to Rowan County for questioning and processing. He was served with warrants for Attempted Murder, Felony Breaking & Entering, Felony Larceny, and Felony Larceny of a Firearm. He was indicted in court on Tuesday morning and was appointed an attorney. McCelland was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center Monday night, under a $5,000,000 bond. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Another Life Sentence Imposed In 2011 Murder of Bucks Musician
Breon Powell, 20, and Jermaine M. JacksonDanny DeGennaroLEVITTOWN, Pa. — The Trenton, NJ man who fired the shotgun blast that killed a popular Bucks County musician in his Levittown, Pa. home nearly two years ago will spend the rest of his life behind bars. Breon Powell offered nothing in the courtroom when the judge officially imposed the sentence that was decided by a jury that had found the 22-year-old man guilty of first-degree murder. Bucks County prosecutor Matt Weintraub says he will always wonder why Danny DeGennaro was targeted for this crime. “And we will never know what actually occurred in that house in those fateful two minutes that are unaccounted for to this day,” he said. The mastermind of the botched robbery attempt was also convicted in the case and will serve a life sentence. A third man, convicted with Powell, will be sentenced next week. Two teenage women who cooperated with police and told juries they were recruited for the planned robbery are scheduled for sentencing later this week. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Six-Hour Standoff Ends in Fugitive's Arrest
William Carl Gardner III Leslie PinkstonLAS VEGAS -- A fugitive from California is in custody following a standoff in Las Vegas that lasted more than six hours. Metro Police say wanted murder suspect William Gardner barricaded himself at the Camden Point Apartments. The incident started shortly before 6:30 p.m. Monday. Two adults and a three-year-old girl were inside the apartment with Gardner. Both adults say they were not held against their will. He is accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend Leslie Pinkston in November. Gardner was supposed to stand trial for allegedly stalking and threatening Pinkston three weeks before he allegedly killed her. The shooting occurred in Winters, California. Pinkston was fatally shot in her car outside her workplace. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Police arrest home invasion suspect's girlfriend
Sierra WhiteAdrian AnthonyRobbie GibsonGale BoggsRon GibsonINDIANAPOLIS - The girlfriend of one of the north side home invasion suspects was arrested Monday. The Marion County prosecutor announced charges against Sierra White. The prosecutor believes she's the girlfriend of Adrian Anthony, one of 11 other people already accused in the home invasions. The prosecutor says White helped Anthony evade police after a warrant was issued for his arrest. She will make her first court appearance later this week. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police: ‘Knockout game’ (black-on-white) type crimes hit Richmond streets
RICHMOND, Va. – There is a group of teenagers going around Richmond and knocking out people on the streets, Richmond Police Det. W. Cutshall said. The teens then steal whatever they want from the victim. “It’s two to three, sometimes four male juveniles knocking pedestrians or bicyclists to the ground,” Det. Cutshall said. “When they knock them to the ground, they begin punching them and kicking them and taking whatever they have in their possession.” “The suspects are pretty much the same description, they are described usually as black males between the ages of 14 and 16. They are 5′ 8″, thin and usually have short hair,” he said. “Every one of the victims so far has been a white male, approximately 18 – 21 years of age.” - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Hunting the Domestic Polar Bear by Jim Goad
    Why has the American media suddenly snapped out of a self-induced coma to pay attention to the Knockout Game? Gullible journos are acting as if it’s a spanking-new phenomenon that is sweeping the country, but the practice of black wolf packs cold-cocking pedestrians for cheap thrills has been going on for years. The only thing that’s sweeping the country is the media’s sudden willingness to talk about it. And not only are they talking, they’ve also dropped dog whistles such as “youths” and “teens” and are openly noting the assailants’ and victims’ race. What was the tipping point?

    Black man convicted in 1989 rape, murder of 11-year-old White girl wants to represent himself on appeal
Scott OliverMelissa JaroschakA Northampton County judge granted Scott Oliver's request to represent himself as he tries to overturn his conviction in the 1989 rape and murder of an 11-year-old Easton girl. Oliver, 46, was sentenced to life in prison for the murder and rape of Melissa Jaroschak. The girl was last seen alive leaving a beer party on an island in the Lehigh River with Oliver on Aug. 20, 1989. Her body was found the next day in a wooded area near an abandoned railroad loading dock off Canal Street. - (Black-on-white)

    Suspect formally charged with murder of Beau Zabel
Marcellus Anthony JonesBeau ZabelPHILADELPHIA - The suspected killer stewed in Interview Room D as detectives prepared charges against him in a crime that he could not escape - the five-year-old killing of Beau Zabel. Marcellus Anthony "Ant North" Jones had been "mouthy," as one detective put it, during Wednesday morning's drive from Graterford Prison to Police Headquarters. Investigators had retrieved Jones so they could book him in the 2008 killing of Zabel, a teaching student from Minnesota gunned down for his iPod near the Italian Market as he walked home from his night shift at a Starbucks. Deegan said. "This guy Marcellus Jones is a thug." Deegan has been the supervisor assigned to the case from the beginning. Jones had just been convicted for killing Tyrek Taylor, his suspected getaway driver, whom prosecutors said he killed to keep him quiet about the Zabel murder. Police didn't have enough to charge Jones then, Deegan said. - (Black-on-white)

    Home News Police Second victim in hospital stabbing spree dies
Kyron TempletonHarris Teel, SrGail Sandidge A second victim in a deadly stabbing spree at Good Shepherd Medical Center’s Ambulatory Surgical Center has died. Harris K. Teel, 82, died at 3:25 a.m. His family was at his side in prayer. Teel was one of five people stabbed last week. 57-year-old nurse Gail Sandidge was also killed in the stabbing. Melissa Simms and Teresa Allison, visitors to the hospital, and nurse Karen Bobo have been released after being treated for their injuries. Police are discussing possibly upgrading the charges against 22-year-old Kyron Rayshawn Templeton, who was arrested a few minutes after the stabbing. He is currently being held in the Gregg County Jail on bonds totaling $2.6 million on one count of murder and four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. - (Black-on-white)

   

Dominic Jackson charged in burning of Suffolk Street body arraigned in hospital; held without bail
Dominic Jackson told police that he had been smoking crack cocaine with a white female and two black males for an extended period of time on Tuesday into Wednesday when one of the men struck the woman in the head with a rock, said Assistant District Attorney Kassia Smith at the arraignment. Jackson's attorney Debra DeWitt said that her client has a drug habit and did not contest the recorded statement that he gave to police. Jackson was reportedly offered drugs in exchange for helping to dispose of the woman's body. He told police that he left and returned with gasoline to burn the body, according to court records. The alleged murderer, who Jackson said he met that day, was described as a tall, well over six-feet, black man in his 40s. - (Black-on-white)

   

    Fayetteville man charged with woman's murder
Marcella Anne ThompsonPierre Rouchant Lowe FAYETTEVILLE -- Detectives with the Fayetteville Police Department have charged and arrested 38-year-old Pierre Rouchant Lowe with first-degree murder in connection with the death of Marcella Anne Thompson. A person walking discovered the Thompson's skull and other bones in November along railroad tracks in the area of Winslow Street and Southern Avenue. Thompson was reported missing on Sept. 26. According to detectives, Lowe was caught driving Thompson's car, and led police on a chase before crashing. Lowe was charged at the Cumberland County Detention Center, where he was behing held on unrelated charges. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Two arrests made in in shooting of White volunteer firefighter in Rowan County
 Michael Teasley (left) and Jaylend Turner (center). Police are still searching for Khari McClelland (right). Marco KauffmanROWAN COUNTY, N.C. — Two arrests have been made in connection with the shooting of a volunteer firefighter in Cleveland on Monday. Jaylend Daquann Turner, 19, of Statesville, was charged with attempted murder, felony breaking and entering, felony larceny of a firearm and felony larceny. He was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center under $3 million bond. Michael Dwayne Teasley, 25, of Statesville, was charged with accessory after the fact. He was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center under $500,000 bond. Police are still searching for Khari Dewayne McClelland, 23, and Tramel Devon Hart, 18, in connection with the case. Officials said Marcus Kauffman and his wife had just returned from a Thanksgiving trip out of town when they noticed a suspicious car. Deputies said Kauffman drove his wife to a neighbor’s house and when he returned, he was shot in the back of his head. McClelland should be considered armed and dangerous. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Two blacks in older Cadillac suspect in shooting death of White man
black suspectblack suspectDouglas ElliotGLENDALE, AZ - Police have identified a man who was found shot to death at a Glendale apartment complex. They say he was 50-year-old Douglas Elliot of Peoria, a maintenance worker who was on duty when the shooting happened Tuesday afternoon. Elliot was found in the parking lot with gunshot wounds. He was transported to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The motive for the shooting is still unknown, but Sgt. Jay O'Neil says investigators do not believe it was random. Neighbors said they heard several gunshots and saw two black men driving off in an older model Cadillac. Police believe one of the suspects may have been injured. O'Neil says the suspects have not been found, and the investigation is ongoing. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Shooting victim's family hope for justice against Adrian Anthony, other robbers Mother: 'I want those two to rot in hell"
Adrian AnthonyRobbie GibsonGale BoggsRon GibsonINDIANAPOLIS - A 35-year-old father was gunned down during a robbery while trying to earn money for Christmas -- and it happened the day before Thanksgiving. Now, we're hearing his family's reaction to the cold-blooded killing.
Adrian Anthony was charged with Robbie Gibson’s death. Police charged Anthony this week with the Indianapolis man’s murder during a robbery the day before Thanksgiving. “He pulled a gun out of his hoodie like this. He's like, ‘I don't want anything. This is a robbery,’" Robbie Gibson’s brother Ron Gibson said. Police said Robbie and Ron Gibson were working on a home to make money for Christmas when Anthony -- armed with a gun -- along with 17-year-old Christopher Bell walked up to the men and demanded money. It was a crime interrupted by a passing truck. “I (saw) him put the gun in his hoodie. When the other one ran, I ran with him. I get to the middle of the street, then (a) gunshot goes off and my brother says, ‘Ronnie, he shot me.’ (Anthony) ran off and I ran into my house and locked the door so he wouldn't go in the house and get the kids,” Ron said. Anthony was already wanted by police for a brutal home robbery of a family in October. Ron Gibson said it was Anthony he saw walking the neighborhood with another man each day for two weeks leading up to his brother’s murder. Family members of the victim have no kind words for the self-described well-mannered criminal. “I want (those) two to rot in hell,” Robbie Gibson’s mother, Gale Boggs, said. “I don't want them to have the electric chair. I want them to suffer the same way we're suffering right now. That's what I want. I want them to suffer the same way my family's suffering." Robbie Gibson’s life ended over a nearly empty wallet and his brother’s cellphone. He died in his mother’s arms. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black Teens accused of murdering White contractor, father to be tried as adults
16-year-old Corey Sandifer and 15-year-old Derek CunninghamBeverly ShelleyJ.P. ShelleyA judge ruled the two teenagers accused of killing a contractor and father to be tried as adults. A murder victim's wife faced the suspect killers in a courtroom Wednesday. "Extremely difficult to see the defendants for the first time in person," said Beverly Shelley. "I think what I came away with is the just complete failure of the juvenile justice system after hearing page after page after page of all the offenses." The judge ruled 16-year-old Corey Sandifer and 15-year-old Derek Cunningham, both claiming to be gang members, to be tried as adults. Sandifer, Cunnigham and another teenager were involved in the robbery of J.P. Shelley and a business associate Octavio Sanchez. Cunningham, identified as the shooter, had an astounding history with the juvenile court system with 16 contacts. "As the judge said, he had been through every program possible so there is not chance for rehabilitation," said prosecutor Ray Lepone. Sanchez testified he met Shelley at a house in Parkway Village in October that Shelley wanted to renovate. Sanchez said he and Shelley handed over their wallets, phone, and iPad when the two teens with guns drawn asked for them. "My husband gave you everything he had ... What more did you want?" said Beverly. "You also broke up my family. You've broken out lives my children's lives." - (Black-on-white)

   

Mandela's passing and the looming threat of a race war against South Africa's whites.
As a widow mourns the latest murdered Afrikaner farmer, a chilling dispatch from a nation holding its breath.

   
  • Roelof du Plessis, 46 shot on his farm outside Pretoria by gang of black intruders
  • Fears rise that killings are part of a systematic bid to drive white people out of South Africa
  • President Jacob Zuma known to sing 'struggle song' about killing white Afrikaners
    Roelof du PlessisMandela gives communist fist saluteThe horror started just before midnight on Wednesday this week. After listening to the latest television news about the health of Nelson Mandela, a South African family living not far from the former President’s hospital unit turned in for the night. But Roelof and Laura du Plessis, a married couple with four children who live on a heavily fortified farm outside Pretoria, did not have a peaceful night’s rest. In fact they were about to become the latest victims of what white pressure groups in this troubled nation say is nothing less than a savage war against them. Hearing noises outside their home, Mr du Plessis, 46, got out of bed and ran outside. To his horror, he found his 19-year-old son being held with a gun to his head by a gang of five armed black attackers. Father and son were ordered to lie on the ground. The invaders did not ask for money or the keys to the expensive vehicles in the drive. They were there only to terrorise and kill. Hearing voices outside, Laura, 44, came out of her bedroom to investigate — and her torch illuminated an awful scene as the gang pointed guns at her husband. Her son managed to get up and sprint off into the darkness when the men were confused by the flashlight. But Du Plessis was not so lucky. The intruders opened fire at once, shooting him six times through the throat, lungs and abdomen. As he writhed on the ground in agony, the men ran off into the night leaving empty bullet cartridges littering the yard. In the darkness, Laura attempted heart massage on her husband, who could still talk despite his appalling injuries, but to no avail. - (Black-on-white)

    Black woman accused of armed robbery of two White men in separate incidents on Thanksgiving
Farrah AustinWill FunderburkeWarner WilsonFULTON COUNTY, Ga. — A woman who police said went on a Thanksgiving night robbery spree is now behind bars in Fulton County. She faces nearly a dozen charges in two metro Atlanta counties. Police said she held two men at gunpoint and demanded cash, car keys and a cellphone. Warner Wilson had never been held at gunpoint in his 76 years until Thanksgiving night. Wilson said he didn't think anything about it until that person pulled a gun on him, making demands in the dark parking lot. The robber also demanded his cellphone and keys. An hour later and 9 miles away in Buckhead, Will Funderburke found himself face to face with the same soft-spoken woman, who he too thought was a man. He said when she demanded money it caught him off guard. Funderburke said, "Are you serious?" He saw the gun, complied and then called police. Minutes later Farrah Austin, 30, was arrested, and now faces numerous charges and remains in jail. Police arrested Austin in a gas station parking lot after spotting her sitting at a gas pump. Police said they found both men's wallets in the car she was driving. - (Black-on-white)

    Estranged Black Man Wanted In Fatal Stabbing Of His 28-Year-Old Estranged White Wife
Edly AtherleyAshley AtherleySAN BERNARDINO — A San Bernardino man is wanted in the fatal stabbing of his 28-year-old wife, police said. Edly Atherley, 33, is accused of killing his wife, Ashley Atherley, at their home. Deputies discovered the victim’s body in a bathroom on Sunday after responding to a welfare check at the residence. “The investigation revealed she had been stabbed and was deceased sometime between the 29th and the 1st.” “Evidence suggests this is domestic violence related.” Anyone with information on Atherley’s whereabouts should contact San Bernardino police at (909) 384-5747. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Blood-covered man seen night before wife found dead
  • White woman brutally stabbed; black husband sought
    Ashley’s estranged husband and father of her children, who is wanted as a suspect in what authorities described as a brutal slaying.
    Neighbors told detectives the couple had been arguing in recent weeks. Edly Atherley filed for divorce Oct. 25, and they were in the process of separating, according to court records. Police consider Edly Atherley dangerous.
  • Murder suspect spotted at train station, but remains at large - accused of slashing his wife’s throat... Ashley Atherley’s parents described her non-confrontational and trying to leave her abusive relationship with her husband. Ashley Atherley was found dead Sunday afternoon, badly beaten in the face and stabbed multiple times. This man is an animal. He has a rotted heart and he needs to suffer for what he did to her.”
   

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    Tree lighting will honor young (White) murder victim - but mainly an excuse to promote their Children's Theater's holiday show
   

    Black suspect named in Rowan burglary shooting of White man
Khari Dewayne McClellandMarco KauffmanAuthorities named a suspect in the shooting of a man who confronted burglars at his home earlier this week. The breakthrough in the case came after discovery of a computer that had been stolen from the home of Marcus and Maryann Kauffman. The computer was found in Statesville, according to the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office. Based on that discovery, authorities have identified Khari Dewayne McClelland, 23, of Harmony, as a suspect. Capt. John Sifford of the sheriff’s office said McClelland “is one of two suspects in the case” but they do not have a name of the second man they believe was involved. Marcus Kauffman, 25, a volunteer firefighter, was shot in the head and critically injured after he apparently arrived at his home while a burglary was in progress. He remains in critical condition Thursday at Carolinas Medical Center. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Two Black Teens Accused In Killing Of White Contractor To Be Tried As Adults
Derek CunninghamJ.P. Shelley(Memphis) Two teenagers accused in the killing of Collierville contractor J.P. Shelley will be tried in criminal court. Fifteen-year-old Derek Cunnigham and 16-year-old Corey Sandifer are accused of robbing and killing Shelley while he worked on a house on Scottsdale in October. The 42-year-old was taken to The MED, initially in critical condition, but he later died from his injuries. In statements to police, Sandifer admitted to his involvement, while Cunningham, the accused shooter, said he was there but didn’t participate in the robbery. A third teenager, the accused getaway driver, will be tried separately. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Charges filed in Belleville black-on-white 'mistaken identity' murder case
Dashon P. HinkleJohn D. Fath Sr.A 36-year-old man was charged Monday with first-degree murder in connection with the weekend shooting death of a Belleville man, who police said was not the intended target. Dashon P. Hinkle, was charged with first-degree murder. Hinkle is accused of shooting John D. Fath Sr., 53, at 11 p.m. Saturday at Fath's home. Fath was shot as he opened his front door. Police said Fath was not the intended target. "Dashon Hinkle is associated with the victim's son, and that's the reason he was at the victim's house, to pay him (the son) a visit." The victim's son, John D. Fath Jr., has a long court record including convictions for retail theft, criminal trespass to a residence, theft, resisting arrest, obstructing justice, drug charges and several traffic and misdemeanor convictions. Hinkle also has a lengthy record including convictions for battery, aggravated assault, aggravated battery of a child, criminal trespass, criminal damage to property, weapons convictions and several traffic and misdemeanor charges and convictions. - (Black-on-white)
   


    Murder trial in case of White woman raped and murdered by black and left in burning car - Last Modified: Sunday, March 3, 2013
Valerie Ann Burns  Carl Henry Alston Nearly five years after the body of Valerie Ann Burns was found in the trunk of her burning car Carl Henry Alston is going on trial for her killing. The convicted felon faces the death penalty in the kidnapping, rape and killing of Burns, a 49-year-old mother of two from Leland who was last seen alive July 29, 2008, in Wilmington. Firefighters found Burns' remains in the trunk of her car July 30, 2008, off Goodland Road near Leland, some 10 miles from Burns' Bluff Drive home where she lived alone. An autopsy revealed she died from carbon monoxide poisoning as a result of the smoke generated by the fire. On Sept. 4, 2008, he was arrested and charged with her murder. N.C. Department of Correction records indicate he was released from prison June 22, 2008, just a little more than four weeks before Burns' death. He was serving time for possession of drugs. Alston also has served time in prison or received probation for charges that include assault on a female, vehicle burglary, larceny, possessing stolen goods, driving while license revoked, selling schedule II drugs and receiving stolen goods. - (Black-on-white) (missed this one - ed.)
   

    White woman Amber DeLoach was raped and murdered by black Shan Cheley
Shan Demetrius CheleyAmber DeLoach SAVANNAH, GA - SCMPD detectives testified that Amber DeLoach was strangled and found wrapped in a blanket in the trunk of a burning car in Yamacraw Village.Shan Demetrius Cheley stood emotionless for his entire preliminary hearing as Amber DeLoach's family listened to the graphic details of her death. Cheley is charged with murdering DeLoach. Police say the blanket her body was wrapped in belonged to Cheley. Others believe DeLoach was raped and murdered. Police say Cheley was identified in surveillance video at a BP Gas Station shortly before 911 calls started coming in that a car was on fire. Police say Cheley admitted it was him in the video at the convenience store. "That is where he purchases gasoline and a lighter and then he goes back outside and gets the gas and walks on foot," Santoro said. Police say Cheley was wearing the same shoes they found near DeLoach's rental car. When they interviewed him, they say he changed his story - later admitting he did meet Amber DeLoach, but he didn't admit to killing her. Cheley told police the last time he saw DeLoach she was alive. Police are still waiting for DNA results. They say a male's DNA was found on DeLoach and blood was also found in Cheley's home. - (Black-on-white) (missed this one - ed.)
   

    (White) Topless woman sprints through store to help catch (black) peeping Tom - ('peeping Tyrone')
Jeremy BradleyJeanne OueletteLENEXA, KS - A woman trying on bras says she caught a man a man taking pictures of her in the store dressing room, and she went to great lengths to stop him. Other shoppers and police eventually helped catch Jeremy Bradley.   Jeanne Ouelette was trying on bras in the dressing room at a Kohl's store. That's when she noticed there was a man with his hand under the dressing room wall, videotaping her with his phone. She said he was laying on the floor as he videotaped her. She was so upset about the invasion of her privacy and that he could get away, she says she did something that might not have been the most wise. She chased him through the store while using her hands to cover her breasts. "I followed him. I shouted, 'Stop! Help me!' I just screamed and chased him topless through the store," she said. But other shoppers saw her frenzied efforts and they continued to pursue him, and the police were alerted. Bradley was arrested about three blocks away. Ouelette is grateful to those who helped arrest Bradley. Bradley has been charged with breach of privacy, which is a misdemeanor. If convicted, he could face up to a year in jail as well as a $2,500 fine. She says it's disgusting that it's only misdemeanor. "He is clearly mentally ill, and he clearly needs treatment..." - (Black-on-white)

    Black Gary man gets life in prison for White ex-teacher's sex assault, murder
Robert Lewis IIIJennifer Kocsis November 26, 2013 -- A northwestern Indiana man convicted in the slaying of a former schoolteacher has been sentenced to life in prison without parole in her killing. A Lake County judge sentenced 40-year-old Robert Lewis III in the sexual assault and killing of 37-year-old Jennifer Kocsis. Jurors convicted the Gary man last month. The former Griffith schoolteacher was slain in April 2011 after she agreed to give Lewis a ride from a Griffith bar-restaurant. Her battered, partially clad body was found on the property of a vacant school. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Drunk Fort Worth black man arrested in fatal Thanksgiving Day crash that killed White woman and her dog
Elizabeth MaceyDerrick Paul JacksonFORT WORTH — Elizabeth Macey spent Thanksgiving Day with friends and was on her way home when a suspected drunken driver ended her life. A 20-year-old Fort Worth man faces an intoxication manslaughter charge in the head-on collision that killed Macey, 56, of Fort Worth. Derrick Paul Jackson remained in the Mansfield Jail. Jackson and a passenger were northbound on Oakland Boulevard when their 1999 Buick crossed over the double yellow line and collided head-on with a southbound 1999 Nissan Sentra driven by Macey. Macey was taken to John Peter Smith Hospital, where she was pronounced dead from her injuries at 9:42 p.m. Jackson and his passenger, 19-year-old Joshua J. Gibson, did not require hospitalization. Jackson was detained during the investigation and later arrested on suspicion of intoxication manslaughter. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Elizabeth Macey Killed by Drunk Driver on Thanksgiving
    According to police, the accident happened as Elizabeth Macey was driving home after spending Thanksgiving with friends in Weatherford. Ms. Macey was driving her Nissan Sentra southbound on Oakland Boulevard at about 7:00 p.m., when 20-year-old Derrick Paul Jackson drove his Buick across the double yellow line and slammed head-on into Macey’s vehicle near the 1700 block. Macey was transported to John Peter Smith Hospital, but was pronounced dead at 9:42 p.m. Macey’s dog was also killed in the wreck.

    Black suspect shoots at White ex-Marine Gastonia clerk during armed robbery
Jah Laquan SetzerCharles WelchGASTONIA, N.C. -- Convenience store clerk Charles Welch never thought he had nerves of steel, but six years in the Marines must have taught him something -- Saturday night he kept cool and ducked for cover as bullets whizzed by his head at the store where he worked. One of his regular customers at GAStonia Express on S. York Road stopped in for a beer, said Welch, then asked him for some Cigarellos. Welch turned briefly to get them, but then turned back to see something unexpected. “When I turned back around,” said Welch, “the individual had a gun pointed in my direction with the hammer back.” “I said, 'Man what's going on?' and he said, 'Charlie you know what's up',” said Welch. The cameras show Welch diving for cover in a back room as the man reaches for the locked cash register and fires three shots. Then the man grabbed a 16-ounce Bud Light and ran out the door. Police arrested Jah Laquan Setzer, 23, and charged him with felony assault and robbery with a dangerous weapon. He is in jail. Welch said police caught Setzer when he walked up to a police car and started chatting with an officer – at the same time Welch was on the phone with police dispatchers. “I thank God I'm alive and didn't get shot, and glad the police caught him as soon as they did -- before anybody else got hurt.” - (Black-on-white)

    White new resident welcomed to Columbus by homeless black man with gun who kidnapped, robbed him and crashed his car
Boris NorriRichard DudleyCOLUMBUS, GA -. This has been a tough week for Richard Dudley. He was putting the last of his items in his car at about 6 a.m. Saturday when a masked man with a gun cornered him in the parking lot and demanded that he drive to Phenix City. "So I basically spent the next two hours chauffeuring him around to different ATMs because I have an old ATM card and some machines don't take it. All he kept saying was, 'you better get me my two hundred dollars or you're going to die. After grabbing the cash out of his hands, the gunman took the wheel. As he sped off, Dudley ran to nearby apartments for help, but when he called 911, dispatchers told him his attacker had already been arrested. "I gave them the make and the model and the license plate number and all of that, and they said they were in the process of apprehending the individual as we were talking." Boris Norris, 21, is currently in jail, charged with kidnapping and hijacking. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Suspect charged with capital murder in Tyler stabbing death of ('special needs') White man
John Grimes IVTony JeterTYLER, TX - Police have arrested a suspect in the stabbing death of a Tyler man on Saturday. 25-year-old John Grimes IV was booked on a Capital Murder warrant. His bond is set at one million dollars. Grimes is suspected in the death of Tony Jeter, 65, of Tyler. Jeter was found dead of an apparent knife wound in a home. Grimes has been arrested at least eight times since 2007. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Brother of Tyler murder victim: 'I don't think the shock has hit me yet'
    Just after 11 P.M. Saturday, 65 year old Tony Jeter was found dead at his home on Bow street. Charles Sanchez said he is still in shock after finding his half-brother on the floor late Saturday night. "I'll never forget Tony," Sanchez said. "Every time I come over here I'll always see him." Sanchez visited Jeter daily, making sure his special needs brother had everything he needed before bed at night. Sanchez said his younger brother had been stabbed three times in the neck and that his wallet and money were missing. Tyler Police believe 25 year old John Grimes killed Jeter sometime Saturday afternoon before fleeing the scene.
  • New details in murder of mentally disabled, elderly Tyler man

    UK: CCTV of five (cowardly racist black) men attacking White woman on bus at London Bridge
UK black bus savagesWhite woman victim of cowardly racist black mob attack on busA young woman was knocked unconscious during a violent attack by five men on a bus in London Bridge. This CCTV captures the gang getting on the 344 bus at Lambeth Road heading to Clapham Junction on August 29 at around 1.15am and the subsequent shocking assault on the 22-year-old. ...This CCTV captures the gang getting on the 344 bus at Lambeth Road heading to Clapham Junction on August 29 at around 1.15am and the subsequent shocking assault on the 22-year-old. ...The main suspect for the assault is described as a light-skinned black man of slim build. He is approximately 20 years old and was wearing a black T-shirt with a patterned pocket on the chest, dark trousers and a baseball cap worn back to front. The other four men in the group were also black. One of the men was sitting on the lap of another for some of their time on the bus. - (Black-on-white) - (UK)
   

    Black teen sought for questioning in Houma slaying of White man
Leron CallowayRandy James Wallace JrConnely DuplantisHouma, La. police said officers are looking for a person of interest in a killing that happened on Sunday afternoon. Police seek Leron Calloway, 17, for questioning in the investigation. Connely Duplantis, 66, was shot in a relative's home in the 200 block of Carolyn Avenue about 1:10 p.m. on Sunday. Police said he was shot while visiting relatives by an unknown man, who fled toward Mary Ann Street after the incident. Duplantis died at the hospital. Calloway has an outstanding juvenile warrant for probation violation for first-degree robbery. Anyone with information is asked to call Houma police at 985-873-6371. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Second suspect wanted for questioning in Houma deacon's murder
    HOUMA, La. -- A second suspect is wanted by Houma Police for questioning in connection with the murder of Connely Duplantis, a Catholic deacon who, shortly after giving out communion at Annunziata Church, was gunned down at his parent's house. Detectives identified Randy James Wallace Jr., 18, of Houma, as a person of interest in Duplantis' murder. Wallace is wanted by police along with a 17-year-old homeless boy, Leron Calloway. Both are believed to be armed and dangerous. Duplantis was shot around 1 p.m. Sunday, police said, when the 66-year-old man had just finished lunch with his parents and was putting his dog into his van, when several suspects came up from behind. The motive is believed to be robbery.
  • Connely Duplantis obituary
    He served in the Navy for four years as a medic, retired as respiratory therapist from Chabert Medical Center, he was an ordained Deacon of the Roman Catholic Church. He was involved in Prison Ministry.

    (White) Victims, (black) suspect identified in stabbing spree at Good Shepherd Medical Center
Kyron TempletonHarris Teel, SrGail SandidgeThe names of the other Good Shepherd Medical Center stabbing victims were released today in a press conference at the facility. They are: Karen Bobo, Harris Teel, Teresa Allison and Melissa Simms. Bobo, a hospital employee, was treated and has been released. The other three were visitors to the hospital. Of those, one remains in critical condition, one in good condition and the other was treated and released. Hospital security and Longview police responded to the scene at about 7 a.m. The suspect, Kyron Rashaun Templeton, was arraigned on a charge of murder and four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He was the son of a patient in the facility and was arrested on Sixth Street. Templeton used a knife in the attacks. A motive has not been determined. The woman who was killed was 57-year-old Gail Sandidge, according to the victim's sister.. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) victim of brutal robbery by blacks in Carrollton out of Intensive Care
mugshots not available yetmugshots not available yetCorinne ChristiansenThe New Orleans artist was just blocks from home last Monday when two unknown men attacked and robbed her. "I thought I was dead," Corinne Christiansen said. "It's the first time I've seen my life flash before my eyes." Just out of the hospital she said "I'm still in a lot of pain, but I can't let my attackers win," Christiansen said. The 45-year-old spent several days in intensive care. Doctors had to save her right ear, severely injured from the attack. She also had a brain bleed, and skull fracture. "At this point doctors haven't ruled out surgery and I can't hear out of my ear due to the swelling." - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man Charged With 2nd Murder, Hiding Body In Car Trunk
Alberto Prece PalmerKlaressa Lorayne CookMINNEAPOLIS – A man accused of killing a St. Paul woman and putting her body in the trunk of a car now faces charges in another murder case. Eighteen-year-old Brittany Clardy was found in a car hidden under blankets at an impound lot in Columbia Heights last February. Alberto Prece Palmer, 23, was charged in her death. He’s now also charged in the death of 24-year-old Klaressa Cook, whose body was also found in the trunk of a car. Cook’s body was discovered after the vehicle had been towed to the Minneapolis impound lot. Palmer has been in the Anoka County Jail awaiting trial. If convicted, he faces life in prison. - (Black-on-white)
   

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