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ARCHIVE for 3 May 2015
The Color of Crime - "Blacks are statistically 50 times more likely to attack whites than vice versa"

Dannie HamiltonDavid FudgeMichael Donta JonesRonette RickettsKevin Benefield Frederick Lamar Dee, Lemiah Wyatt Sanders Brian Wonsom



  4 May, 2015

    (Black) Chicago man charged with DUI in crash that killed (White) motorcyclist on I-55
Fawzi OttmanDaniel James DacanayA Chicago man has been charged with aggravated driving under the influence of drugs in an April accident that killed a motorcyclist on Interstate 55 in DuPage County. A judge set bail at $750,000 on Thursday for Fawzi Ottman, 44, who is charged in connection with the death of Daniel Dacanay of Chicago. Authorities allege that Ottman had opiates and cannabis in his system about 5 p.m. April 17, when he drove his car into Dacanay as both men were southbound on I-55 near County Line Road. The impact pushed Dacanay's motorcycle into a vehicle in front of him. DuPage prosecutors said Ottman had been driving erratically before the accident and dragged Dacanay a distance before coming to a stop. Ottman has been in a hospital under guard since the incident, according to prosecutors. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) NYPD Officer In Critical Condition After Queens Shooting by Black Thug
Demetrius BlackwellBrian MooreNEW YORK — An NYPD officer was recovering from surgery Sunday morning, a day after being shot in the face by a suspect in Queens. Officer Brian Moore, 25, is in critical but stable condition at Jamaica Hospital. Doctors said it could take them a few days to determine the extent of his injuries. Demetrius Blackwell, 35, has been arrested and charged with two counts of attempted murder, weapons and assault charges. Blackwell could be arraigned Sunday afternoon. According to investigators, Moore was behind the wheel of his unmarked patrol car with his partner, Erik Jansen, around 6:15 p.m. Saturday in Queens Village. Both were wearing plain clothes and spotted Blackwell walking and adjusting something in his waistband, police said. “Officer Moore positioned the vehicle behind the suspect and inquired about the suspect’s actions,” NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said. “The male immediately removed a firearm from his waistband and turned in the direction of the officers and deliberately fired several times into the vehicle.” A bullet hit Moore in the head. The officers did not get out of their car or open fire. Blackwell had nine previous arrests on his record, including charges of robbery, weapons possession and assault on two police officers. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Couple charged with drug-induced homicide in death of (White) Bartlett man
John J. SmrzAnthony Brown and Hallie ManningA Hanover Park man and woman have been charged with drug-induced homicide in the March death of a man found lying in the snow outside the couple’s home after he overdosed on heroin. Anthony Brown and Hallie Manning, both 44, were ordered held Saturday in lieu of $2 million bail. They face charges of homicide and delivery of a controlled substance in the March 9 death of John Smrz, 32, of Bartlett. Smrz went to Brown and Manning’s home early on March 9, and ingested heroin that Manning gave him there. After Smrz overdosed and died, Brown took him outside and left him in the snow in a common area near the couple’s home, prosecutors said. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • John J. Smrz obituary
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks.

    Second teen charged in driveway shooting death case
Aaron Michael McHenryKeith Meco CollinsDES MOINES, Iowa —A second person has been charged in a homicide investigation in Des Moines. Keyon Harrison, 16, of Des Moines, who was in custody for an unrelated crime, was charged Friday with first-degree murder and first-degree robbery. Police were called about a shooting victim in a driveway at 2605 Hickman Lane on November 7. The victim was identified as Aaron Michael McHenry, 24, of Rockford, Illinois. On Nov. 8, 17-year-old Keith Meco Collins, of Des Moines, was charged with first-degree murder in the case. Police said the investigation suggests the murder was committed in relation to narcotics. The case remains under investigation. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • $1 million bond set for teen charged with murder - November 10, 2014
    Upon arrival, they found McHenry in front of a residence with at least one gunshot wound to his head, which officials said was fired at close range. Phone records show Collins contacted McHenry via text message to meet for a drug deal. When the two met, Collins shot McHenry four times with a .45-caliber gun.
  • Aaron Michael McHenry obituary
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks.

    Police ID suspect accused of punching elderly man in Eastern Market Metro station
Elijah Smithblack attackerWhite victimWASHINGTON - Metro police say they have identified a suspect accused of punching a 69-year-old man in the face in the Eastern Market Metro station last week. Police say they have issued a warrant for the arrest of 19-year-old Elijah Smith. Smith faces a felony assault charge, and if convicted he could face an enhanced penalty of 1.5 times the maximum prison term because of the age of the victim. The attack happened April 24 just after 1 p.m., and it was caught on security cameras inside the Metro station. That video was released within a few hours of the time the assault took place in hopes someone would recognize him. The elderly victim told police he was shoved by the suspect as they got of a train, and that led to an argument. The video shows the suspect waiting for the victim at the top of the escalator as they exited the platform, and the suspect is seen spitting on the victim, and then punching him three times. The man was hospitalized and treated for facial injuries. The man was knocked out, but fortunately, the escalator was not working at the time. Smith was arrested last May for the assault and robbery of local actor Frank Britton outside of a taxi stand at the Silver Spring Metro station. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) man in fatal Sacramento crash after police pursuit booked on manslaughter; (White) victim identified
Trevon Darrell BrownLinda HullA man who fled police Sunday and later was involved in a crash that killed a Sacramento-area woman has been booked into jail on manslaughter and other charges. After being treated at a hospital this week, Trevon Darrell Brown, 19, was booked into Sacramento County Jail Wednesday night on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter, assault on a police officer and driving without a valid license. He is suspected of causing a collision that killed Linda Hull, 61, of North Highlands. Police said Brown, who was wanted on a warrant, was spotted at about 6:15 p.m. Sunday by gang enforcement officers in north Sacramento. Brown is a validated gang member. When he saw officers, Brown fled. As he drove away, he intentionally nearly hit one of the officers who was on foot. Two police sergeants in marked patrol units quickly spotted Brown’s car and attempted to make it stop. However, he refused to stop and officers pursued him with red lights and sirens activated. The suspect failed to halt at a stop sign. When he blew through the stop sign, Brown collided with a pickup truck traveling southbound. The force of the impact killed Hull, a passenger in the truck, and injured the driver. The pickup driver was transported to the hospital with critical injuries. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Homeless black) man Arrested & Charged In Oak Park Heights Homicide (of 'vulnerable' White man)
Nathan Nigel Anthony EldredgeNils Christian JohnsonMINNEAPOLIS — Murder charges have been filed against a Stillwater man in the death of a vulnerable adult, who was found dead in his Oak Park Heights condominium. On Thursday, 24-year-old Nathan Nigel Anthony Eldredge was specifically charged with second-degree intentional murder in connection to the April 11 incident. Eldredge was arrested in Matteson, Illinois, after a warrant for his arrest was entered into the national database. Officers found the body of 39-year-old Nils Christian Johnson in his town house early on Tuesday, April 11. Police had been called to the townhouse a few days prior for a welfare check after relatives were unable to reach Johnson. Police say they found no signs of foul play inside the unit, but did not perform a thorough search. When they returned on April 11, however, Johnson was discovered lying dead on the floor. The medical examiner determined Johnson died from blunt force trauma with a secondary cause of asphyxiation. According to the criminal complaint, neighbors reported that Eldredge was seen hanging around Johnson’s apartment and was known to take advantage of the victim. They also reported hearing “blood curdling screams” coming from the victim’s apartment Saturday morning.. - (Black-on-white)
   

    2 (black) men sought in connection with shooting death of innocent (White female) bystander
Cassandra Lee CassidyMichael De Angelo Scott and Jehru Petty-WilliamsPOS POILAS VEGAS – Metro Police are searching for two people in connection to a homicide that happened on April 17. Police said they want to question them about the shooting death of Cassandra Cassidy. Police said they believed the 24-year-old woman was an unintended target when she was shot and killed near Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road. The man on the left side of the photo has been identified as 21-year old Michael De Angelo Scott, also known as “Bones.” He is approximately 6 feet tall, weighing about 150 pounds and has multiple tattoos. Scott is known to drive an older model, white 2-door vehicle. The man on the right side of the photo has been identified as 18-year old Jehru Petty-Williams, also known as “Louie Vee.” He is approximately 5'5”, weighing about 130 pounds, and has multiple tattoos. Anyone with any information about the whereabouts of Michael Scott and Jehru Petty-Williams, or any information about this homicide, is urged to contact the LVMPD Homicide Section by phone at 702-828-3521. To remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 702-385-5555 or on the internet at www.crimestoppersofnv.com. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Dundalk man recovering after nearly fatal beating by pack of feral black 'youth'
Richard Fletcherblack youth watch brutal beatingDUNDALK, Md. —A Dundalk community is on edge after a large group, mostly made up of juveniles from a nearby school, viciously beat a man almost to death.It happened just before 1 p.m. Wednesday in the 500 block of 45th Street in the Harbor View area. So far, police have made two arrests in the case -- both juveniles. One will be tried as a juvenile, the other an adult. Residents said there has been an ongoing problem with students leaving nearby Baltimore Community High School, and that something needs to be done. Police, friends and family said two girls, who witnesses describe as students from the nearby Baltimore Community High School, were fighting near a green pickup truck that belongs to 61-year-old Richard Fletcher. Police said Fletcher tried to break up the fight but was then attacked by other juveniles and adults, some of them students at the school, who were watching the fight. Fletcher spent several days in a coma. A business owner who has surveillance video of the attack said he has received death threats from students and their friends. Friends and family have started a fundraising page online to cover Fletcher's medical bills. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Police: Dundalk man attacked by (pack of feral fatherless black jackal) ' juveniles'
    "He simply wanted the girls to stop fighting, wanted the juveniles to move away from his car and he was brutally attacked," Wachter said. "He had to get blood transfusion, (had) blood on his brain, stitches (on his) face and nose and broken ribs," neighbor Lamb said. "The kids walk on top of cars, kick dogs, let dogs out, throw trash, steal milk from school and throw it at houses, threaten neighbors with bodily harm," Lamb said.
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    (White) Bronx Homeless Shelter Manager Sexually Assaulted, Shot To Death (by Black Ex-con)
West SpruillAna Isabel CharleNEW YORK – The manager of a New York shelter was abducted at gunpoint by a former resident who attempted to sexually assault her before shooting her to death, police said. Officials say 36-year-old Ana Isabel Charle was walking to her car near the 108-bed Project Renewal Shelter in the Bronx Monday around 6 p.m. where she encountered an armed West Spruill. Police say Spruill sexually assaulted Charle in her car and as she escaped, a naked Spruill chased her and shot her three times in the head and chest. Charle was found shot and killed on Bullard Avenue, just a block from the shelter that she oversaw. Police say Spruill was armed when arrested near a car wash soon after. Authorities say the 39-year-old man had moved out of the shelter in January and police are searching for a motive in the slaying. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Capital murder trial date set for (black) 2011 Papa John's shooting suspect (in murder of White female manager)
Brandon HawkinsBarbara ExumA Calhoun County judge scheduled a December trial for a Gadsden man accused of killing an Oxford restaurant employee. Brandon Hawkins' trial is set to begin December 7, exactly four years to the day after his arrest for the September 9, 2011, shooting of Barbara Exum. Investigators said Hawkins murdered Exum during a robbery at the Papa John's on Snow Street in Oxford, where the 56-year-old woman was an assistant manager. Hawkins was 21 at the time of the shooting. He is accused of going into the Papa John's around 11:30 p.m. and striking one employee in the head with a handgun. Police said the suspect then grabbed Exum and demanded money before shooting her in the chest. Hawkins is charged with capital murder as the killing involved a robbery. He also faces a second-degree assault charge for striking the other employee. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White female) Correction officer sexually assaulted at Rikers (by black serial rapist) speaks out
Dexter Bell Samantha MoscosoNEW YORK -- A correction officer at Rikers Island was sexually assaulted while escorting an inmate over the weekend, and now, in a bizarre twist, she claims she was reprimanded for her actions during the incident and even threatened with losing her job. "He violated me," officer Samantha Moscoso said. Moscoso has barely started to process her nightmare, but she wanted to speak out about what happened to her behind the locked doors on Rikers Island. It was a sex crime, she says, at the hands of an inmate who she is sworn to protect. "And I screamed and I screamed for him to let go, for him to get off, for him to let go, for him to stop," Moscoso said. Moscoso's job is to work a special segregation unit that houses the most violent inmates. On Sunday morning, she says she was taking 25-year-old Dexter Bell to the shower. His hands were cuffed, and she was behind him. But he managed to pin her up against a railing, reaching back and grabbing her between the legs. "And I had to sit there and get him off me by any means possible," she said. "By putting my hands on him in his head, his neck, his upper torso area, so he could let go." She didn't know Bell is a Level 2 sex offender convicted in the attempted rape of a 17-year-old girl. And she had no idea he's awaiting trial for allegedly raping three other women. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man arrested, charged with murder in connection with March shooting (of White woman)
Mark Patterson Jr. Destiny Danielle Michelle Asher Indianapolis Metropolitan police arrested a man in connection with a March murder. According to police, Mark Patterson Jr., 32, fatally shot Destiny Asher, 24, at a gas station after they’d arranged a drug deal. Detectives arrested Patterson Tuesday on charges of murder and robbery. Officers arrived at the intersection of East 21st Street and Arlington Avenue on March 26 in response to a report of a person shot. Police found Patterson with a gunshot wound to his face. According to investigators, Patterson met up with Asher at a gas station to sell drugs. During the alleged deal, police said Patterson approached the vehicle Asher and others were sitting in and tried to rob them. He and another person exchanged gunfire. Asher, who suffered a gunshot wound to the head, was taken to an area hospital where she died from her injuries. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Elderly (White) couple robbed of charity collection by pair of blacks
cowardly blackthiefcowardly blackthiefRalph BrownSALISBURY, N.C. -- An elderly couple robbed at gunpoint in their home says a good amount of the money that was taken, had been raised for charity. Ralph Brown says he never noticed two men who he thinks, were hiding in his garage Monday night before they rushed in and grabbed him. "He had this gun, holding it high like this pointing it down," Brown said. Then they started yelling at him. "Where's the money where's the money, and I turned around and he grabbed my wrist and I think I just put my hand up," Brown said. Next, Brown says one of the men ran upstairs and took a bowl containing money he and his wife raised from yard sales for Cystic Fibrosis. "$100, $300, something like that," Brown said. The other man took his wallet and phone. The couple was out to dinner earlier in the evening and Brown says he actually saw two men standing out in the street. Now, he thinks those were the two guys who ended up breaking in. "We think we may have been targeted," Brown said. The men ran off and no one was injured. Brown says it's a blessing in disguise because calls for donations for Cystic Fibrosis have been pouring in ever since. Salisbury police describe the suspects as two tall black men and say one of them had a mask on. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Indiana woman arrested for stabbing death of a (White) woman in Hawaii last year
Ailsa “Lisa” JacksonMike WalkerCatherine WalkerHONOLULU, Hawaii — Officials in Indiana made an arrest last week in a murder case out of Hawaii. FBI Special Agents in Fort Wayne arrested 24-year-old Ailsa “Lisa” Jackson, who is an Indiana resident. The federal arrest warrant was issued for Jackson by the U.S. District Court of Hawaii. Jackson was recently indicted by a Honolulu grand jury on first-degree murder charges related to the Aliamanu Military Reservation stabbing death that took place in November 2014. The FBI says she will appear in court for an extradition hearing. It is expected that she will be ordered to be extradited to Honolulu to face the charges in federal court in Hawaii. Catherine Walker, 38, was found dead in her home on Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014. The Honolulu Medical Examiner’s Office said she died from stab wounds to the neck and torso and ruled her death a homicide. Walker’s husband was a soldier assigned to Tripler Army Medical Center at the time. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    (Black) Man sentenced in deadly hit and run killing 70-year-old White man on a John Deere mower
Anthony WardBilly Ray DavisTUSCALOOSA COUNTY, AL - A man in West Alabama has been sentenced to five years in prison in a deadly hit and run crash involving a lawn mower. Anthony Ward pleaded guilty in December to manslaughter for killing Billy Ray Davis in 2013. Davis was riding a John Deere lawn mower when Ward hit him on Alabama Highway 69 South. State troopers say he fled the scene. Davis died a week after the crash. - (Black-on-white)
   

    3rd (black) suspect arrested in York County murder of (White) teen
Alphonzo Jackson Tevin D. Lambert  Dylan PetersYORK COUNTY, VA. — Authorities have arrested a man wanted in the murder case of a York County teen. York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office says Alphonzo Jackson was arrested in reference to the murder of Dylan Peters back in January. Peters was shot several times inside the home he shares with his mother near the 200 block of Cattail Lane on Jan. 25. He was rushed to the hospital, where he later died. Police have arrested two other suspects in this case, 20-year-old Tevin D. Lambert and a 17-year-old. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man pleads guilty to murder in 2013 shooting death
Randy Lee AndersonMichael James LinkRandy Lee Anderson of Wilmington pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in Brunswick County Superior Court. Anderson, 24, of Thomas C. Jervay Loop in Wilmington faced murder, firearm and drug charges in the June 24, 2013, shooting death of Michael James Link, 23, of Leland. Anderson was sentenced to 11 and a half to 15 years in prison. A spokeswoman from the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office said the shooting happened when a drug deal went awry. Emily Flax of the sheriff's office said Anderson and two other people, David Rashad Duncan, 22, of Wilmington and Courtney Renee Bryant, 19, of Leland, met with Link about 1:15 a.m. in the Deerwood Meadows mobile home park off Mount Misery Road in Leland to conduct a drug deal. After the shooting, Anderson and the others fled the scene. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Two blacks arrested for 'execution-style' murder of White father and his son
Dexter AllenHaraquon DegruyDavid PenceNick PenceMETAIRIE, La. - Jefferson Parish deputies have announced the arrests of two suspects in the execution-style murder of a father and son this week in Metairie. Deputies arrested Dexter Allen and Haraquon Degruy in connection with the deaths Friday. Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand said they waited to officially charge them so they could "successfully prosecute this execution-style murder." David Pence, 56, and his son Nick, 25, were found shot to death inside their home in the 3700 block of Clifford Drive early Wednesday, rocking the quiet, Metairie neighborhood. Normand said David Pence's body was found sitting in a chair with gunshot wounds to the neck, chest and leg. Nicholas Pence was on the floor with gunshot wounds to the face and head. Normand said there is evidence to indicate they may have been asleep at the time of the shooting. Deputies were able to arrest Degruy and Allen after spotting a white SUV that matched the description seen on surveillance video from neighbors' homes. The vehicle had been reported stolen. In custody, Degruy admitted to knowing about the murders. She said Allen had told her "I just shot two people." Normand said investigators believe the two were in the area committing vehicle burglaries. He said the suspects already had committed a burglary at the home, so "the obvious question is, why this?" - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police seek (black) suspect in (White) pizza delivery driver's death
David FullerKevin Lionel Thompson JrFLINT, MI - A homicide suspect is at large and police are seeking the public's help in finding him. David Fuller, 26, was murdered on Tuesday while delivering pizzas to a home on the 1800 block of W. Genesee in Flint. Fuller worked for Cottage Inn and the home he was delivering the pizza to has been abandoned for years, police said. Now police are seeking the public's help in finding Kevin Lionel Thompson Jr. The 18-year-old has multiple outstanding felony warrants and police believe he is responsible for Fuller's death. Thompson is a black male, 5'8" and weighs 255 pounds. Police believe Thompson is traveling in a gold 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix with Ohio license plate GGZ6842. If you have any information, contact Detective Cevin Brown at 810-237-6925 or you can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Canada: (Black) man pleads guilty to manslaughter in Halifax killing of white man
Bradford Eugene BealsDebra Jane SpencerDavid William RoseA 52-year-old Nova Scotia man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in relation to a killing in a rooming house in south-end Halifax last year. Bradford Eugene Beals was originally charged with second-degree murder in the death of David William Rose. During an appearance in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia on Friday morning, Beals pleaded guilty to the lesser charge. Halifax Regional Police said Rose, 65, was asphyxiated in a rooming house on South Street in March 2014. He and Beals knew each other and his death was drug related, police said. "You've got to stay away from the bad medicine," Cacchione said in sending Beals away. A second person, 29-year-old Debra Jane Spencer, was earlier convicted of being an accessory after the fact in Rose's death. - (Black-on-white) - (Canada)
   

    Police: (Black) woman arrested for stealing from (White) 71-year-old’s purse a ‘serial criminal’
Crystal RudolphHelenROSS TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A woman arrested in connection with the robbery of an elderly woman in Bellevue is accused of a similar crime in Ross Township. Crystal Rudolph, 48, of McKees Rocks, was arrested Tuesday after she was seen on surveillance video stealing an envelope from a 71-year-old woman’s purse at a Dollar General, police said. Paul Murphy, 55, was also arrested for his alleged involvement in the robbery. "They told me she was actually in my purse three times, and I didn't even feel that,” said Helen, the 71-year-old woman Rudolph is accused of robbing. “The first thing that came out of my mouth was, ‘Why me?’ I mean there were people there, and (the police) said, ‘Ma’am, not to hurt your feelings, but you're older, you're dressed nice.’” Police are calling Rudolph a “serial criminal” who steals from the elderly. Rudolph has been caught lifting purses since 2008. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Thief assaults elderly (White) man in Hillcrest break-in, steals his wheelchair
William BallardStanley McQuerySAN DIEGO - A 54-year-old man allegedly broke into a man's Hillcrest apartment early Thursday and rode off on a stolen electric wheelchair, but was arrested nearby after being bitten by a police dog. Stanley McQuery allegedly confronted the 79-year-old resident of the apartmen shortly after 3:30 a.m., pushed him out of his wheelchair and took his phone. The resident, identified as William Ballard, suffered minor injuries. Ballard can't live without his wheelchair, as that's the only way he can get around after his leg was amputated in 2010. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Blacks Arrested for 2014 Murder of of (White) Monroe Business Owner
Harold E. "Harry" CollinsIvory JenkinsRendarious GoldenJamar HarrisTamara StewartMONROE -- Monroe Police have arrested several suspects wanted for a murder from last July. The suspects are identified as Ivory Jenkins, Rendarious Golden, Jamar Harris and Tamara Stewart. Business owner Harry Collins was robbed and shot inside his coin shop on Hudson lane in May of 2014. Police say the male suspects are accused of robbing and shooting Collins and Tamara Stewart acted as the getaway driver. Harris and Jenkins were both already serving time for different charges when they were arrested and charged in Collins' death. Detectives say Jenkins involvement in a previous shooting, helped detectives solve this case. Jenkins is also charged in the death of Casey Williams. Williams was shot in April 2014, five days before the murder of Harry Collins. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Prosecutor: (Black) Gang members killed (White) Lake Wylie couple to prevent them from testifying
Debbie and Doug LondonUnited Blood Nation gangstersLAKE WYLIE, NC - Six gang members have been charged in the October 2014 killings of a business couple in Lake Wylie. Three of those members reportedly robbed a store owned by the couple months earlier and were attempting keep the couple from testifying. Six members of the "United Blood Nation" (UBN) are charged in the killing of Debbie and Doug London. They could receive the death penalty. Deputies say 61-year-old Debbie London and 63-year-old Doug London were found shot to death in their Tioga Road home on October 23, 2014. The couple's son, Daniel London, found the couple and called 911. After an FBI raid of Charlotte's UBN, 12 defendants were charged in a racketeering operation conspiracy. Six of those members, Jamell Lamon Cureton, David Lee Fudge, Randall Avery Hankins II, Malcolm Jarrel Hartley, Briana Shakeyah Johnson and Rahkeem Lee McDonald, are charged in the killing of the Londons, according to a federal indictment. Additionally, Nana Yaw Adoma, Daquan Lamar Everett, Nehemijel Maurice Houston, Ibn Rashaan Kornegay, Centrilia Shardon Leach and Ahkeem Tahja McDonald were charged in the conspiracy. Three of the members, Cureton, Nana Yaw Adoma and Fudge, previously robbed the couple's mattress store and the members were attempting to stop the Londons from testifying. - (Black-on-white)
    Double homicide complicates another criminal matter involving victim - dead White victim can no longer testify against blacks

    (White) Officer Released From Hospital After West Philadelphia Shootout (with black)
William NobblenDaniel KostickPHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia Police are continuing to investigate an incident that led to the shooting of a 19th District Police Officer. That officer has since been released from the hospital. The shooting happened while the officer was on bike patrol in west Philadelphia's Parkside section. Around 10:15 p.m. Officer Daniel Kostick attempted to stop a man in a van for a possible drug investigation. The van took off to avoid Officer Kostick, until he was able to catch up to the suspect around 51st and Master Streets. That's when police say the suspect said, "I don't want to have to do this," and then allegedly fired his weapon at the officer. Officer Kostick was struck once in the arm. The officer returned fire, hitting the gunman. Then gunman was been identified as 35 year old William Nobblen. Police say Officer Kostick had approached Nobblen on foot, when pulled out a 9mm handgun and fired. Nobblen was hit twice in the arm when Kostick opened fire. Nobblen was found wounded in an alley nearby with the gun. - (Black-on-white)
   

    3-Year-Old Girl Dies After Oakland County Drunk Driving Crash: ‘Smart, Silly, Sassy Little Girl’
Alysea 23, Joseph 16, Tabatha 3, and Jr 2Tabatha Brown Leshia BarnesPONTIAC – A 3-year-old girl has died of injuries she sustained in an alleged drunken driving crash over the weekend. Oakland County Sheriff’s officials said Tabatha Brown of Waterford Twp. was pronounced dead by doctors at Beaumont Hospital at around 11 p.m. Tuesday, after a few days on life support. Authorities said Ieshia Barnes of Pontiac had a blood alcohol level of nearly two-times the legal limit when she ran a red light at Woodward Ave. and South Blvd. Saturday night, crashing into the van in which Tabatha was riding with her family. Tabatha’s 23-year-old mother was also critically injured in the accident, along with two boys, ages 2 and 16.  Barnes was arraigned Monday in 50th District Court on three counts of operating while intoxicated causing serious injury, a 5-year felony. Meantime, family members have set up a GoFundMe account to collect donations for Tabatha’s funeral. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Mom turns in black son in (White) case worker's deadly shooting
POS POICassandra Lee CassidyLAS VEGAS – A 15-year-old suspect was turned in by his mother and is cooperating with Metro's investigation of the deadly shooting of a female case worker on March 17 near West Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road. Police said the suspect surrendered to detectives due to extensive coverage on Metro's social media sites. The suspect surrendered at Metro headquarters located at 400 South Martin L. King Boulevard Wednesday morning. Due to the juvenile status of the suspect, his identity will not be released. The police had been looking for a person of interest only described as a young black male with short, curly dark hair. Cassandra Cassidy, 24, died after being shot outside Solutions Recovery, a drug rehab halfway house on the 1300 block of Westwind Road. She was attempting to help two women who needed to use her phone to call for help because some men in a nearby car were apparently making threats. During the conversation, a white, two-door car with several occupants drove up and began shooting, striking Cassidy. - (Black-on-white)
   

    White Flint man dies after 2012 beating by black, murder charges possible
Dequarius Antoine BrownGregory Patrick GlynnFLINT, MI -- A man who was brutally attacked more than two years ago has died of his injuries at a long-term care center. A medical examiner has ruled the death a homicide, giving Flint 68 slayings for 2012 — a year that had already broken the city's record homicide mark. Dequarius Antoine Brown is already serving six years, nine months to 40 years in prison for the attack. Prosecutors have not decided if they will seek fresh murder charges. Gregory Patrick Glynn died Feb. 15, more than two years after the attack at the age of 53. Glynn was the victim of a brutal Dec. 4, 2012, beating and suspected robbery near a Quick Pick Party Store. His nephew, Curtis Glynn, said Gregory Glynn had just finished shopping and was leaving the store when he was attacked. The attacker pushed his uncle to the ground and began kicking him in the head. The county death certificate lists Gregory Glynn's death as a homicide due to blunt-force trauma to the head. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black man arrested for murder in St. Stephen - beat White man to death with his own oxygen tank
John Dazle, JrFloyd A. ValachovicST STEPHEN, SC - One man is dead, and two people are recovering from injuries after an in St. Stephen assault that ended in murder. John Dazle, Jr.'s contact with law enforcement began Wednesday evening in Bonneau. They say he hit this median curb on Highway 52 at a high rate of speed, went out of control, off the road, slamming through signs wood and electric boxes before crashing into the woods. Debris and tire marks can be seen along a number of properties. Police say Dazle was probably traveling in excess of 120 miles per hour. Dazel was issued a ticket for the incident. Thursday night, police were called to a house on Ravenell Drive in St. Stephen, the home of Floyd Valachovic. Valachovic was already dead. They believe John Dazle Jr. may have beaten Floyd to death using Floyd's oxygen tank. St Stephen investigators believe after Dazle killed Floyd at his home, that he came next door to his parents home and began assaulting them. Investigators believe Dazle began to choke his mother. His father then grabbed a hammer and hit his son in the back of the head to get him off his mother. Dazle then began attacking his father. Eventually the three made it outside of the home and Dazle was arrested. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black arrested for murder of White man from New Jersey found stabbed to death in his bed on U.S. Virgin Island
Mekel BlashJames Malfetti Mekel Blash, a 27-year-old Nadir man, was arrested Friday and charged with murder in the January 2014 death of James Malfetti on St. John, the V.I. Police Department reported Friday night. According to the VIPD, Blash was arrested at 5:30 p.m. Friday. James Malfetti, 41, was found inside his Boatman Point Road apartment on Jan. 19, 2014, with stab wounds to his neck. The death drew national attention, with CBS News and other stateside media suggesting the VIPD shared complicity in the murder of Malfetti, who was from Scotch Plains, N.J., and had lived on St. John about a year. At the time of the death the V.I. Police Department declined to describe any other circumstances of the death, saying only that it was part of an ongoing investigation. Blash, 27 of Nadir, was charged with first-degree murder, second-degree murder, first-degree assault, third-degree assault, use of a dangerous weapon during the commission of a crime of violence, grand larceny and first-degree burglary. Blash was processed and remanded to the Bureau of Corrections pending his advise of rights hearing. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Cleveland man indicted in death of (White) off-duty firefighter
Theodore WrightSlatter HowellCLEVELAND, Ohio -- A Cleveland man is charged with aggravated murder in connection with the death of off-duty firefighter Theodore Wright. Slatter Howell, 20, was indicted on charges of aggravated murder, murder, felonious assault aggravated robbery, robbery, tampering with evidence and having weapons while under disability. Howell is currently in custody on unrelated charges in Mansfield. The indictment accuses Howell of causing Wright's death while attempting to rob him. Cleveland firefighter Wright, 58, was found dead on May 1, 2014. Investigators said he was shot before he crashed his truck into a utility pole. The 32-year veteran was pronounced dead at the scene. The gunshot killed the off-duty firefighter, according to the medical examiner. - (Black-on-white)
   

    77-year-old (black) LaPlace man pleads guilty to homicide (of White man)
Shane Michael VicknairRoger BatisteA 77-year-old grandfather from LaPlace who shot a man during an argument on a Kenner street pleaded guilty to negligent homicide and agreed to serve five years in prison. Roger Batiste never denied he shot Shane Vicknair, 27, once in the chest during the altercation on May 3, 2013. But he said he was defending himself, a claim prosecutors challenged in calling it second-degree murder. The question was to be decided by a Jefferson Parish jury, which was being selected Tuesday when attorneys in the case negotiated the plea agreement. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Watauga police: Black arrested for attempted kidnapping of 11-year-old White girl
James Earl Williams, SrAmber HewittWATAUGA – Police said Saturday afternoon they have arrested and charged a person of interest in the attempted kidnapping of an 11-year-old girl Monday. James Earl Williams, Sr. was taken into custody on warrants from outside agencies, according to Watauga Police Spokesman Sgt. Jason Babcock. Williams was charged with attempted aggravated kidnapping and injury to a child with intent. He was being held on a total of $1.25 million bond. Wiliiams was taken into custody Thursday around 7:30 p.m. near the intersection of Whitehurst Drive and Indian Springs Road. That is just less than a mile away from where 11-year-old Amber Hewitt told police a man forced her into his car in the 6100 block of Nelson Terrace. Hewitt said she was able to break free and run home, though she chipped her tooth on the suspect's door as she got away. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black woman charged with kidnapping and murder in (White) Anderson mother’s death
Geraldine JonesMADISON COUNTY, Ind. – Madison County prosecutors charged Geraldine Jones, 36, with murder, Samantha J. Flemingconfinement and kidnapping in connection with the death of Anderson mother Samantha Fleming and the kidnapping of her infant daughter. Investigators believe that on April 6, Jones posed as a Department of Child Services employee and lured Fleming from her home in Anderson to Gary on the pretense that she needed to attend a court hearing. Anderson Police detective Scott Sanderson traveled to Gary on April 17 to investigate the disappearance. While in Gary, Sanderson found Fleming’s body wrapped in plastic and hidden in a storage bin in an apartment. Investigators also found Samantha’s baby. The baby was unharmed and with Jones’ sister. Jones was located in Texas where she is undergoing treatment for depression. Neighbors say she previously stated she was pregnant with twins, but that there were suspicions surrounding that claim. The woman later told family members that she’d given birth to one child, but that the other one had died. It remains undetermined if she’d ever been pregnant. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black teen charged in fatal gunshot homicide of White man
Shamar Quantee LewisJamie Lee RappuhnFLINT, MI -- A Flint teen is facing charges after police allege he shot and killed a 36-year-old man earlier this year on the city's south side. Shamar Quantee Lewis, 19, was arraigned Friday, April 17, on a charge of first-degree felony murder in the Jan. 2 shooting death of Jamie Lee Rappuhn. Rappuhn was killed while driving his 1997 Chevrolet pickup truck in the area Stonegate Drive and Chambers Street shortly before 6 p.m. Authorities said Rappuhn's truck failed to follow a curve and it continued on to hit a dumpster and mailbox. The truck went on to hit a porch on the front of an apartment. A medical examiner ruled Rappuhn suffered a fatal gunshot wound, which killed him prior to the crash. - (Black-on-white)

    Black woman allegedly attacks White man while yelling racial slurs at convenience store
Twanna BrownCHARLACK - A man said a woman with a knife attacked him and yelled racial slurs at a convenience store in Charlack. Twanna Brown is facing armed criminal action charges. Police said Brown yelled racial slurs and death threats at a man at a 711 on St. Charles Rock Road. “The customer behind her got too close in her words and she whipped out a knife and attempted to stab the guy. She told him she ‘kills crackers all the time,” said Charlack Police Chief Steve Runge. The victim, who did not want to share his name, said Brown's actions were unprovoked as he stood behind her in line. “Her finger came within an inch of my face the first time. Then she went to go reach again and the clerk behind the counter was trying to tell me she had a knife,” the victim said. The victim said Brown pulled the knife but he said he never saw the blade. He also said he wonders if hate crime charges will be filed. Police chief 'poo-poos' racial motive. - (Black-on-white)

    White man in critical condition after beating by pack of six black men on South Side
A man was beaten nearly to death early today on the South Side. Pittsburgh Police Commander Larry Scirotto said the victim, whose identity is unknown, was a white man who was pulled from his green Pontiac Trans Am then was beaten by six black men who had been occupants in either a Chevrolet Tahoe or a GMC Yukon. "We have witness statements that the [victim] was the operator of the Trans Am and that some argument ensued between him and the occupants of the [Tahoe or Yukon,]" the officer said. One of the six black men is described as having a "very large build - 300-plus pounds," Commander Scirotto said. Neither vehicle has been located. Asked if the case is considered a car-jacking, the officer said it's unknown. "At this point, neither vehicle has been recovered. Both fled the scene. But because the victim was unconscious and not able to provide a statement, we don't know who owned [the Trans Am,]" the commander said. The victim was taken to a local hospital in critical condition. His current condition is unknown. The incident occurred in the 100 block of South 13th Street at 2:55 a.m. - (Black-on-white)

    Black Somali migrant that killed White U.S. citizern during armed robbery shot in shootout with police
Ahmed Hassan MuminEric SchadeEric SchadeCITY HEIGHTS — The investigation into a deadly convenience store robbery ended early Saturday with a police shootout in City Heights that left the suspect wounded, San Diego police said. Ahmed Hassan Mumin, 30, of San Diego was taken to a hospital and is expected to be booked into jail on charges of murder, armed robbery and attempted murder of two police officers. Officers were investigating the Thursday robbery of a Clairemont Arco am/pm station that left a customer dead when they encountered the suspect early Saturday. Several officers began a search of the Bandar Salaam apartment complex, and at 2:50 a.m. two officers prepared to search a community room there. As the detectives approached the door, the suspect began shooting through the door, narrowly missing both officers. The detectives both returned fire, and at least one round struck Mumin in the torso, police said. Speaking in Somali through a friend, 83-year-old resident Ugaso Elmi said she heard the shots and knew immediately they were gunfire. A man by the same name was interviewed by federal authorities in 2009 at the Philadelphia International Airport after arriving from Somalia, via Djibouti and London, according to a 2010 U.S. Homeland Security threat assessment report for the San Diego area. A naturalized U.S. citizen, he told authorities had been in Somalia caring for his ailing grandmother until her death. He told authorities that a family member knows a man who recruits for al-Shabab, the Somali terrorist organization, in the San Diego area. City Heights is home to a thriving Somali community, one of the largest in the United States. 95 percent of the community’s occupants are Somali immigrants who practice the Muslim faith. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Suspect in fatal shooting, robbery at Clairemont am/pm arrested following shootout
    Ahmed Hassan Mumin, a 30 year-old Somalian man, is in serious but stable condition after being struck in the torso.
    Eric Schade was shot to death around 3:45 a.m. Thursday at the Arco am/pm gas station in 6100 block of Balboa Avenue.
  • Suspect in Fatal Gas Station Robbery Arrested After Shootout with Police
    Police believe the suspect had shot and killed a customer in the robbery of a gas station on Clairemont Mesa in the predawn hours Thursday morning. Ahmed Hassan Mumin, a 30 year-old Somalian man, was struck in the torso by a police bullet. He was taken to Mercy Hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries, San Diego Police Department homicide Lt. Paul Rorrison said. Mumin is believed to be the triggerman in the fatal shooting of Eric Schade at about 3:45 a.m. Thursday. Schade, 48, was a regular customer at the business, and was chatting with a clerk at the Arco am/pm on Balboa Avenue near Mt. Alifan Drive when the bandit entered. The gunman and ordered them both to get down onto the floor. The victims did not immediately comply, but eventually got down. The employee then put cash onto the sales counter and ducked down behind it, but the clerk heard the gunman say, “I told you to get down,” followed by a gunshot, Rorrison said. Schade was shot once in the chest and was pronounced dead at Sharp Memorial Hospital. Money and the shooter’s clothing was found nearby.
  • Man just needed a light, was shot dead
    The robber was described as a black man in his early 20s wearing jeans, a blue hoodie and a black bandanna...

    (Black) "Common-law husband" arrested on suspicion of killing (white) wife in East El Paso home
Greg Lavan DudleyDeanna StewartAn El Paso man suspected of killing his common-law wife had allegedly threatened to kill her in the past. Police homicide detectives arrested Greg Lavan Dudley, 49, in connection with the death of Deanna Stewart, 38, who was found dead inside the home the couple shared in East El Paso. County records show the couple owned a company named D&G Cleaning Services. Stewart was apparently shot and killed Friday. Stewart was last seen alive at about 11 a.m. Friday when she dropped her daughter off at school. When the daughter returned at 4:30 p.m., Dudley slammed the door in her face and locked it. At 5:25 p.m. Sunday, Stewart's sister and her daughter went into the home and found Stewart dead in the living room. Stewart appeared to have a gunshot wound to her back and another to her right chest. A kitchen knife was found next to her. There were signs of a struggle but no signs of forced entry. Stewart's daughter told police that Dudley "would never let the victim out of his sight for any length of time due to his jealously." "In the past, the defendant (Dudley) has sent the victim text messages, threatening to kill her." The daughter "stated that the victim feared the defendant, that she observed him making a hand gesture resembling a gun toward the victim's head, and that she had seen the victim with bruises in the past. Other family members and police records indicate a history of family violence involving the defendant and the victim." El Paso County court records show Dudley was arrested on family violence charges in 2012 and 2009. In both cases, he pleaded not guilty and the charges were later dismissed. On Sept. 18, Dudley was sentenced to four days in jail after pleading guilty to an assault charge. The criminal complaint stated that Dudley called his sister at about 5:30 p.m. Friday crying and "told her that he no longer wanted to live." About 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Dudley called his sister again and "told her that he was in a living hell, and that he couldn't deal with the relationship with the victim any longer." - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    (White) Woman's Body Found Inside Heber Springs Home, (Black) Son Arrested
Cameron Dye and Marcia DyeHEBER SPRINGS, AR - A local man is in custody on a capital murder charge after his mother is found dead. Officers received a call that 54-year-old Marcia Dye had been found deceased in her home. "This is the first homicide that I know about since I've been chief, and I've been here four years," Walker said. The police report, saying inside the home showed signs of a struggle, and that they discovered Dye with a towel covering her face. The report lists her son Cameron Dye, 19, as suspect number one. Police haven't released any further details of the scene or what they believe caused Marcia Dye's death. A suspect was arrested early Monday morning in the Edgemont area of Cleburne County. Walker would not confirm at the time the identity of who his officers had arrested. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    UK: Michael Spalding murder: chilling moment killer and girlfriend dragged dismembered body in suitcase along road
Lorenzo Simon and Michelle Bird Michael Spalding Lorenzo Simon murdered Michael Spalding before dismembering the body, stuffing it inside two cases and, along with girlfriend Michelle Bird, throwing them in Birmingham Canal. In this footage, released today as they were both jailed for their crimes, the couple can be seen pulling the cases along a residential street past homes and parked cars. The barbaric pair weighted the cases down with broken slabs but decomposition gases re-floated one case and the gruesome discovery was made by a Canal Trust contractor on May 12 last year - 16 days after police suspect he was killed. Simon, who had used his old friend for slave labour to decorate his flat, and then killed him when he finally downed tools, has today been jailed for his murder. - (Black-on-white) - (UK)
   

    Police Arrest 3rd (Black) Woman in Caught on Camera Beating at Olney Gas Station
Kaisha DugginsAleathea Gilliard and Shareena JoachimRobert BarnesA third woman faces charges in the caught-on-camera beating of a homeless man at a Philadelphia gas station. Police arrested Kaisha Duggins, 24, on Friday. A Judge later arraigned the Olney woman on attempted murder, aggravated assault, possessing instruments of crime and related offenses, according to court records. Two other women remained jailed as investigators continue to search for more suspects in the brutal beating -- involving a hammer, a piece of wood and Mace -- outside the Sunoco gas station at 5th Street and Somerville Avenue in the city's Olney section. Shareena Joachim, 24, and Aleathea Gillard, 34, also face attempted murder, aggravated assault, possessing instruments of crime and related offenses. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Third arrest in gas station beating
  • Sister of Brutally Beaten Homeless Man Speaks Out
    As a homeless man who was brutally beaten outside a Philadelphia gas station clings on to life, his heartbroken sister is speaking out for the first time. “What action could he have done to deserve such a brutal beating?” asked Diane Barnes. Diane’s brother, 51-year-old Robert Barnes, was attacked by at least six people at a Sunoco gas station at 5th Street and Somerville Avenue in Olney back on April 7. Surveillance video captured the group attacking him with a hammer, a piece of wood and Mace. Barnes was taken to the Einstein Medical Center where he remains in critical condition in the Intensive Care Unit. His head is covered in staples and 40 percent of his skull was removed. “He’s not coherent and he’s not responding,” Diane said. “So I really can’t talk to him and I don’t know if he hears me.” - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police: (White) Hempstead middle school teacher assaulted; (black) adult, juvenile arrested
Catherine EngelhardtAnnika McKenzieHEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Two people, an adult and a juvenile, have been arrested in connection with an assault on a teacher inside a Long Island middle school. The alleged attack took place Wednesday at the Alverta B. Gray Schultz Middle School in Hempstead. Police say 34-year-old Annika McKenzie assaulted the female teacher, identified as Catherine Engelhardt, with McKenzie's attorney, Donald Rollock, claiming the teacher had "put her hands on" McKenzie's 12-year-old daughter earlier in the day. Authorities say the teacher was shoved against the wall, placed in a headlock and thrown to the floor, where she was kicked and punched by several students, including McKenzie's 14-year-old niece. The teen was arrested, and both suspects are being charged with second-degree assault. McKenzie also faces a charge of strangulation. - (Black-on-white)
    Student's MOTHER leaves teacher unconscious in school hall after 'kicking and strangling' her to the ground - as other kids piled in
Engelhardt was unconscious for several minutes and rushed to Winthrop University Hospital. Engelhardt, a mother and teacher of 20 years, has since been released and is recovering at home 'in a lot of pain'.

    (Black) Novi man's 6 month jail for killing a (White) cyclist challenged as too lenient
Tommy TaylorTimothy TaciePORT HURON - A prosecutor says a one-year jail sentence given to a Novi man who was drunk when his car hit and killed a bicyclist is too lenient. St. Clair County Prosecutor Mike Wendling said his office is appealing Tommy Taylor's sentence. Taylor, 38, was sentenced to only one year in the county jail and 5 years of probation in the death of 41-year-old Timothy Tacie. "We felt the sentence was too lenient given the facts of the case, and the damage caused and the death of the individual," Wendling said. Police said Taylor was driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.175 when he struck and killed Tacie, who was riding his bicycle. That's more than twice the level at which a person can be arrested for drunken driving. Taylor was convicted in February of operating while intoxicated causing death, a 15-year felony. During Taylor's sentencing, St. Clair County Circuit Judge Cynthia Lane departed from sentencing guidelines — which recommended a minimum of two years, five months in prison — and sentenced Taylor to five years of probation and one year in the county jail, with the possibility of work release in six months. Wendling said the reasons given at sentencing were not sufficient to depart from the guideline range. "After discussions with the father of the victim, we were willing to pursue an appeal," Wendling said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Cowardly criminal black suspect named in stabbing death of 76-year-old White woman
Glen CampbellEva M. HodisanCLEVELAND - Police have named a homicide suspect wanted in the stabbing death of a 76-year-old Cleveland woman. Glen Campbell, 46, of East 137th Street in Cleveland, has been charged with aggravated murder. Campbell is still at large. Campbell is accused of stabbing 76-year-old Eva Hodisan to death inside of her West 98th Street apartment on April 7. Police said physical evidence recovered from Hodisan’s apartment linked Campbell to her death. Anyone with details on Glen Campbell’s whereabouts has been asked to call Cleveland Police. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • 76-year-old woman stabbed to death in Cleveland
    CLEVELAND – Police are investigating after a 76-year-old woman was stabbed to death Tuesday morning. The Cleveland Division of Police Homicide Unit said officers found Eva M. Hodisan inside a home in the 1400 block of West 98th Street around 9 a.m. She was dead when they arrived, with multiple stab wounds on her body.

    Worthless violent habitual black felon charged in 1989 black-on-White murder case in Guilford County
William Henry ParkerVicki Cook VonCannonGUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. —An arrest has been made in connection with a 1989 murder case in Guilford County. William Henry Parker, 58, was charged Monday with second-degree murder in connection with the death of Vicki Cook VonCannon, Guilford County deputies said. Parker was arrested at the Guilford County jail and is currently serving a life sentence after a 2012 conviction for being a violent habitual felon. VonCannon was found dead on May 16, 1989, at High Point City Lake Park. Her husband had reported her missing several hours before she was found dead. Parker was considered a suspect in the original investigation but was not arrested, deputies said Tuesday. The case was reopened in 2012, and interviews and advanced forensics led to new developments, deputies said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Another black man enters plea to 2012 murder of White man in Mercer County
Derek TaborDeantre ScaifeDavid ReasbyMERCER COUNTY - The man charged in August 2012 murder of a Mercer County resident enters a plea to a lesser charge. In court on Wednesday, Deantre Scaife, 32, entered a guilty plea to second degree murder. He was originally indicted on a first degree murder charge for the shooting death of Derek Tabor, 23. of Montcalm. A second degree murder conviction carries a sentence of 10-40 years in prison. Derek Tabor was shot outside a home on Fourth Street in Bluefield, WV. A friend took him to the police department. He later died at Bluefield Regional Medical Center. David Reasby of Bluefield, WV was convicted of voluntary manslaughter in August 2013. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Arrests Black Habitual Felon Suspect in 1988 Murder of White Cab Driver
Jackie SandersDwight Thomas CorumCHARLOTTE – The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s Cold Case Unit arrested 49-year-old Jackie Sanders on Wednesday in connection with a 1988 murder case. On Jan. 14, 1988, officers found cab driver Dwight Thomas Corum fatally shot inside his cab. DNA was collected but no suspect was identified. The case was reviewed in 2013 and evidence was submitted to the CMPD Crime Lab for DNA examination. Based on that evidence, Sanders was identified as the suspect. He was interviewed by detectives and warrants were issued. He is charged with first-degree murder and armed robbery. Sanders is currently incarcerated in the Tabor Correctional Institute in Tabor City, N.C., where he is serving time for habitual felon. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Victim: Dwight Thomas Corum
    Police responded to a call of shots fired at approximately 4:00 AM on Thursday January 14, 1988. The victim was found in his cab in the backyard of 1612 Baxter Street. Mr. Corum was subsequently transported to Memorial Hospital where he then died of a gunshot wound. The victim was working for Charlotte Cab Company and previously for Yellow Cab and Crown Cab

    Black 'monster' condemned for slaying of (White) Arlington pastor and a (White) inmate - loses appeal
Steven LaWayne Nelson Jonathan HoldenJudy ElliotClint DobsonHOUSTON The state's top criminal appeals court has upheld the conviction of Steven LaWayne Nelson, sent to death row for the beating and suffocation of a young pastor during a robbery at a North Texas church four years ago. Attorneys for the 28-year-old Nelson contended there were 15 errors at his 2012 trial in Fort Worth for the slaying of Clint Dobson, pastor at NorthPointe Baptist Church in Arlington, and near fatal beating of Judy Elliott, the church secretary. The appeals court Wednesday rejected arguments that evidence wasn't sufficient to convict him of capital murder and sentence him to death, that the jury selection and jury instructions were improper and that text message evidence improperly was allowed. The court also rejected constitutional claims raised against the Texas death penalty. - (Black-on-white)
   

    $7M Settlement for Family of Temple Grad Beaten to Death in Old City
Kevin Kless Steven Fergunson and Kenneth Enriquiz-Santiago Felix CarrilloThe family of a Temple University graduate who was beaten to death in Old City will receive the largest settlement of its kind in city history against the owners of two Philadelphia bars where the man’s killers — two who were underage — were served alcohol before the killing. The family of Kevin Kless will receive a $7-million settlement — $1 million from the former Lucy’s Hat Shop on Market Street in Old City and $6 million from G Lounge on 17th Street in Rittenhouse — that will be paid out by the defunct bars' insurance companies. Kless was trying to hail a cab at 4th and Chestnut streets in the early hours of Jan. 14, 2012 when a car pulled up and an argument began. Kenneth Enriquiz-Santiago, Steven Ferguson, and Felix Carrillo got out of the car and began to punch and kick Kless. Investigators said Ferguson delivered a severe, closed-fist blow to the right side of Kless' head. Kless died a short time later. The Temple University Fox School of Business grad was 23. The three men later pleaded guilty to their roles in the killing — Ferguson getting the most severe punishment of up to 10 years in prison. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Vicious Attack By Black on White Customer Inside North Philly Store Caught On Tape
black racist attackerWhite victimPHILADELPHIA — Police are searching for a man who was caught on tape violently attacking another male inside a convenience store in North Philadelphia. The attack happened at about 6:25 a.m. on March 22nd inside the 7-Eleven in the 1500 block of West Cecil B. Moore Avenue. The video shows the suspect aggressively walking into the store, bumping into an employee that was standing at the front counter. The suspect then walks towards a (White) male customer who was standing at the counter placing an order. Without warning, the suspect punched the victim in the head more than a dozen times. The victim then walked away from the suspect, who then punched the victim in the face one last time. The suspect screamed at the victim before walking out of the store. The victim was taken to Temple University Hospital for injuries to his face. The suspect is described as a black male in his 20s. He was wearing a gray-hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and red sneakers. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police have person of interest in Trenton strangulation murder
Aaron Marshall is a person of interest.George Hite TRENTON, Mich - A 65-year-old man is murdered in Trenton for the city's first homicide in 10 years. More than a month later, police have a person of interest in the case, Aaron Syndney Marshall. Marshall, 35, is sitting in Wayne County Jail tonight and may soon be facing charges for the death of George Hite. The Detroit man was charged Tuesday with lying to a peace officer during a violent crime investigation and with being a habitual offender. Hite's niece, Sharon Fox, says "I hope they arrest whoever did it and they rot in jail. That's where they deserve to be." On March 11, Hite was found strangled to death inside his condo he shared with his elderly mother. Police say Hite met Marshall - an ex-con with a long history of brushes with the law, at the casino. Police believe there are more people involved, but the relationship Hite made with Marshall at the casino possibly cost him his life. There was no forced entry into the condo, which means Hite let his killers in. There they strangled him with a belt and left him for dead. "Must have been something," Fox said. "He must have won and somebody followed him home. Instead of just asking for the money, kills him for nothing." A motive is still unclear, but police believe women may also be involved. - (Black-on-white)

    Black man and his 13-year-old girlfriend charged with murder of teen's white mother
Roderick WycheWanda DethlefsenA 20-year-old man and a 13-year-old girl are facing murder charges after the sheriff says they planned and murdered the teen's mother. Lenoir County Sheriff Ronnie Ingram says 20-year-old Roderick Wyche and a 13-year-old girl are both charged with murder and conspiracy to commit murder. Sheriff Ingram says the two met at the library in La Grange a few weeks ago and started a relationship. The girl's mother who is the murder victim, 33-year-old Wanda Dethlefsen, opposed the relationship and told her daughter not to be with Wyche. Sheriff Ingram says the pair planned Dethlefsen's murder and Wyche carried it out by stabbing Dethlefsen several times with a kitchen knife while she slept. The teen called a family member after the crime, who then told the teen to call 911. The Sheriff's Office has charged the 13-year-old daughter as an adult, but Ingram says it will be up to the District Attorney on whether they will proceed with trying her as an adult. Sheriff Ingram says charges are pending against Wyche for the under-aged relationship with the victim's daughter. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Sheriff: 13-year-old girl and her boyfriend charged in mom's murder
    "Got a text my phone saying, 'Hey, can you come get Ethan? Mom is dead. Somebody stabbed her.' To get a text like that, I froze up,” said Dethlefson’s boyfriend of two years, Jonathan Mewborn. Mewborn was helping Dethlefson raise her three kids, a 13, 6, and one-year-old.
   

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    (White) Philadelphia Man, 79, Serving Life Term For (Black) Robber’s Death Dies
Jamil BurtonBarry MasonA 79-year-old Philadelphia tool repairman sentenced to life in prison for fatally shooting a man who robbed him has died in prison. Barry Mason died March 30 at State Correctional Institution where he was serving a life term for the August 2006 death of Jamil Burton. The prison said Mason died of natural causes. The old man was 70 years old when he retaliated against the 19-year-old Burton after Burton swiped a gold neck chain and wedding band from Mason, then took off on a bike. Mason chased after Burton to the Louis I. Kahn Memorial Park, hitting the South Philadelphia man with his vehicle, then pulling out his .380-caliber handgun - which he was licensed to carry - and shooting Burton multiple times. The middle-of-the-night chase happened after Burton approached Mason's Lincoln Continental as he was sitting with the driver-side window down. Burton leaned through the window and snatched the gold chain with an $18,000 ring hanging from it. Mason, who had no prior criminal record, was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced in January 2008 to life without parole. At trial, Mason's lawyer urged the jury to consider the fatal shooting an act of self-defense. "His life is destroyed by this event he didn't start," attorney Gerald Stein said. But jurors ultimately agreed with the prosecution's view, convicting Mason. - (Black-on-white)

    Police: (black) drunk driver kills popular (White) chef in homicidal slaughter hit and run
Jason MitchellAaron Jerome DavisSt. Petersburg, Florida -- A man fleeing police early Saturday hit two men crossing the street -- killing a popular chef walking home -- and was later found at a bar. At dawn, friends of Aaron Jerome Davis who worked at The Kitchen St. Pete made a memorial at the crash scene. About 2 a.m., Jason Mitchell was driving at a high rate of speed. The police DUI squad saw him and attempted to stop the vehicle as it slowed. Mitchell accelerated at a very high rate, clearly indicating that he was not going to stop.

Jason Mitchell continued accelerating southbound, running the red light. Two pedestrians, Aaron Jerome Davis and Brian Lee LaFrance, were crossing 2nd Street. The pedestrians had the green light and the crossing signal on the pedestrian control. Witnesses were stopped in the southbound curb lane, just north of the crosswalk. The Dodge passed the witnesses, running the red light and striking the two pedestrians.

LaFrance was sideswiped and spun onto the pavement. Davis was projected onto the hood and windshield, before vaulting over the roof. Davis, a chef at The Kitchen St. Pete, came to rest on the west sidewalk of 2nd Street.

Jason Mitchell drove off the southwest corner of the intersection, striking two concrete light pillars, ripping the right front wheel off of the vehicle. Jason Mitchell continued scraping along, coming to final rest. Mitchell and his passenger exited the vehicle and fled. With the assistance of club staff, the two subjects were apprehended at Push Ultra Lounge.

LaFrance was transported to Bayfront Health St Petersburg in critical condition and has since been stabilized. He was released from the hospital on Sunday. Davis was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Mitchell has been charged with vehicular homicide, DUI manslaughter, aggravated fleeing and eluding, leaving the scene of a crash involving death, and DUI serious bodily injury. While in custody in the Breath Testing Center of police headquarters, Mitchell attempted to escape and was quickly apprehended. Mitchell has bee arrested before for grand theft auto, fleeing police, giving a false name to law enforcement, and possession of marijuana, cocaine, crack.

According to a Facebook post, Davis was on headed home from his job as a chef at The Kitchen St. Pete. The post was by 400 Beach Seafood and Tap House, where his wife, Anastasia Granucci Davis, is executive chef. Her employer posted a link to announcing that C1 Bank branches are accepting donations for a fund dedicated to Anastasia, who is due to deliver the couple's second child this week. - (Black-on-white)

   


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WHITE AMERICANS ATTACKED DAILY IN POST-AMERICAN AMERICA BY NON-WHITES
AND WHITE ELITES IN THE MEDIA AND IN POLITICS DO NOTHING AND SAY NOTHING

by H. Millard © 2014
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    Three Media Sources, and NONE Tells the Truth about a Black-on-White Hate Crime,
but the Truth Can be Gleaned from Between the Lines By Nicholas Stix

If three white kids had gone hunting a random black, this would be the biggest story in the world for over a year.
As is, it’s just another “dog bites man story” and not even worth mentioning. - (Black-on-white)

 

    Black on White Rapes:
There are 20,000 black-on-white rapes every year in the US, but fewer than 100 white-on-black rapes.
George Williams Jr.Editor note: that works out to about 54 black on white rapes per day according to available statistics from 1999.
New Nation News can only report a few of these confirmed black on white rapes from local news sites.

    NATION STATES, PATTERN RECOGNITION AND RETRIBALIZATION by H. Millard (c) 2005

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