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ARCHIVE for 15 June 2016
The Color of Crime - "Blacks are statistically 50 times more likely to attack whites than vice versa"

 Ibn HunterCasser WilliamsTravis LaneJames HeywardChristian LoganJeremy CarmichaelGeorge Williams Jr.


  15 June, 2016

    (Black) Savannah man convicted on all counts in 2012 slayings of (White victims) Emily Pickels, Michael Biancosino
Walter Terry MoonMichael BiancosinoEmily PickelsA Savannah man today was convicted on multiple murder and related charges in the 2012 ambush slayings of two Savannahians that a prosecutor said created a “war zone” on the city’s streets. Walter Terry Moon, 35, was convicted on both malice and felony murder charges in the Labor Day slayings of Michael Biancosino, a 30-year-old aspiring lawyer, and Emily Pickels. 21, and a tour guide, he was taking home on Henry Street about 3:30 a.m . after dining at a Five Guys Burgers and Fries restaurant on Bay Street. The victims were gunned down in a barrage of 22 rounds fired from an AK–47 assault rifle as they sat in Biancosino’s car. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Officials: (Black) Fugitive arrested for murder (of White man), assault
Orlando DavisRandall “Red or Randy” Wayne MorganPRINCETON, W.Va. - Authorities have arrested a fugitive from California accused of assaulting two people and killing one of them in Mercer County, West Virginia. West Virginia State Police in Princeton tell news outlets that officials arrested 42-year-old Orlando Davis on Saturday on charges of murder, malicious assault and robbery. Sgt. A.P. Christian says Davis attacked and robbed 54-year-old Randal Morgan on Friday at a store in Bluefield, West Virginia. Morgan did not regain consciousness and later died from his injuries. Christian says Davis also assaulted and robbed 18-year-old Waylon Neal at another store in Brushfork on Friday. Authorities say Davis is a leader of the Crips street gang in California. He was wanted in connection with federal firearms violations. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Norman police identify (White female) homicide victim - (black man arrested)
Keenan HolcombTamyra Lynn ElstonNORMAN — A woman whose body was found beside the road in eastern Oklahoma County has been identified as Tamyra Lynn Elston, 52. Investigators say Elston was strangled at a Norman apartment. Keenan Holcomb, 32, was arrested Saturday in the woman's death. Holcomb has been booked into the Cleveland County jail on complaints of first-degree murder, kidnapping and unlawful removal of a body. Detectives said a woman who witnessed the death led them to the body at 37th Street and Richardson Avenue. The witness, whose name has not been released, told officers she and Holcomb met Elston on Friday while she was walking along the southbound Interstate 35 Service Road near SE 89 Street in Oklahoma City. They drove Elston to her apartment at 1850 12th Avenue SE in Norman and spent time with her there, police said. According to police, the witness told them she left the apartment briefly and when she returned Elston was dead. According to what she told police, Holcomb threatened to kill her if she didn't help him dispose of the body. The woman later contacted the Oklahoma County sheriff's office and led them to the body. Holcomb was arrested a short time later at a nearby Walmart store. Charges are expected to be filed against Holcomb this week. The female witness has been released from custody, police said. - (Black-on-white)

    Police arrest 2 (blacks) in shooting death of (White) 70-year-old, 1 (black) man still wanted
Joseph William KleinKameeron Martin, Corey Spulock and Anthony BreazilINDIANAPOLIS -- Police have arrested two men -- and are searching for a third -- in connection with the March 2016 shooting death of a 70-year-old man. Kameron Martin, 27, and Corey Spurlock, 21, were arrested by detectives with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. Police believe the suspects robbed the Allied Liquor Store on the 5200 block of E. 38th Street on March 12. During the robbery, Joseph Klein, 70, was fatally shot multiple times by one of the suspects. "Joe was a man of his own. He'd been in business, he'd been in several businesses, but he'd been in this one for over a decade. He didn't put up with a lot, but he had a big heart and he would help a lot of people," an Allied Liquor Store manager said. Martin was preliminarily charged with murder, robbery resulting in serious bodily injury and unlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon. Spurlock was preliminarily charged with murder and robbery resulting in serious bodily injury. Police are also searching for a third suspect in the robbery and shooting. Anthony Breazil, 27, is wanted for murder, robbery resulting in serious bodily injury and carrying a handgun without a license. He should be considered armed and extremely dangerous. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Woman found dead at Brewton E.R. Sunday; (black) person of interest in custody
Johnny Jermaine JohnsonMarsha CrawleyA Brewton woman was found dead inside a vehicle at the Brewton emergency room Sunday. Law enforcement has not released any details of the death at this point; however, sources have identified the woman as Marsha Crawley. Crawley was allegedly beaten to death before being left inside the vehicle at D.W. McMillan Hospital sometime Sunday. As of Monday morning, authorities have not released where the crime occurred or the agency in charge of the investigation. Sources also report a person of interest – 38-year-old Johnny Jermaine Johnson of Flomaton – was identified later. Sunday afternoon. Johnson was taken into custody after a three-hour manhunt Sunday evening. The hunt began near Fannie Church Road and ended in an area between Ala. Hwy. 31 and Junction Road. Johnson is currently being held without bond in the Escambia County Detention Center on charges of first-degree escape and revocation of community corrections. The multi-agency effort included officers from the Brewton and Flomaton police departments, the Escambia County Sheriff’s Offices in Alabama and Florida, as well as K-9 units from the Century (Fla.) Correctional Institute, the Santa Rosa Correctional Institute and Holman Prison. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man charged with murder after (white girlfriend) beating victim dies of her injuries
Darrell Scott JrYelena LandesmanCINCINNATI —A man is facing a murder charge after a woman he was accused of assaulting died. Cincinnati police said that officers found Yelena Landesman, 20, badly beaten in a Maplewood Avenue apartment on Saturday evening. Officers arrested Darrell Scott Jr. on Sunday on a felonious assault charge. Landesman died of her injuries on Monday, and police filed a charge of murder against Scott on Tuesday. Scott will likely be arraigned on the new charge on Tuesday or Wednesday. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Man charged with murder after girlfriend dies from beating attack
    MOUNT AUBURN, OH - A man jailed on $1 million bond in the alleged beating attack of his girlfriend faces an upgraded charge of murder after she died, Cincinnati police said Tuesday. Darrell Scott Jr., 29, was arrested Sunday on a felonious assault charge. Cincinnati fire crews responded to a report of an unconscious female inside an apartment, in the 2400 block of Maplewood Avenue just after 10 p.m. Saturday, homicide investigators said. Firefighters summoned for police when they realized the woman's injuries were from blunt force trauma, said Sgt. Mike Miller. Yelena Landesman was hurt by "strikes with hands" and was taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center with "non-survivable injuries," he said, declining to elaborate further on the attack or to say what led up to it. Landesman died at the hospital late Monday. Miller described their relationship as boyfriend and girlfriend.
  • Landesman surname - (Israel)
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    (White) Miamisburg woman shot multiple times in abdomen (by her black live-in lover)
Reginald VarnerKatherine GlassJEFFERSON TOWNSHIP - A bizarre murder rocks the communities of Moraine and Jefferson Township after a two day, multi-jurisdiction investigation. Police investigating have identified the suspect as Reginald Varner, and the victim as Katherine Glass, his live-in girlfriend. Police also say the suspect shot the victim in a crowded Moraine shopping plaza in broad daylight, then drove around with the victim's dead body for a full day before any crime was reported. Sheriff's deputies and Moraine Police swarmed the suspect's S. Union Street home Wednesday afternoon. The investigation revealed Varner is alleged to have shot Glass in a car outside the Arby's on Springboro Pike in Moraine Tuesday afternoon. Police said Glass was shot multiple times in the stomach, during broad daylight. Police say the murder wasn't reported until Wednesday afternoon, when Varner confided in some friends. Police say they drove to the Dayton Liberty address with Glass' deceased body still in the vehicle. "Mr. Varner had confided in a couple of people about what had happened," said Moraine Police Sgt. Jon Spencer, "And they contacted the sheriff's office about it and that's how it started." Varner was arrested and booked on preliminary murder charges. Investigators served a secondary search warrant at the suspect's home on Thursday evening. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    (Black) Selma man pleads guilty to Craigslist murder (of 'gay' white man)
Carl BrownJulius Collins BurnettSELMA, AL - A Dallas County man will spend 25 years in prison after luring another man to the area online and killing and robbing him. Carl Brown, 24, of Selma, pleaded guilty to murder in Dallas County Circuit Court on Monday in connection with the deadly January 2012 shooting. His trial was set to start this week but he accepted a plea deal in the case. District Attorney Michael Jackson says the two men met on Craiglist and the victim, 47-year-old Julius Burnett, of Clanton, came to Dallas County to meet up with Brown. According to investigators with the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office, Brown and the victim drove around when they linked up, and Brown took him to an abandoned house by the racetrack on County Road 74. Burnett was shot at least twice. His body was found on the side of the road. Jackson says Brown also robbed Burnett, taking his car and credit cards, and then went around using the credit cards. Burnett, who worked as a paralegal at a law firm in Birmingham, according to Jackson, was reported missing when he didn’t show up for work. Authorities were able to piece the case together, leading them to the online interactions between the victim and suspect. “We are doing everything we can to crack down on this kind of violence towards those in the (LGBT-Queer) gay community,” Jackson said. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Indianapolic Police Department arrests (black) suspect in (White) woman’s 2015 murder
Hilary ActonTafari ClayINDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis police have arrested a man for a 33-year-old woman’s murder last year. Tafari Clay, 21, of Indianapolis was arrested Friday for the killing of Hilary Acton of Clayton in June 2015, according to IMPD. Clay was charged with murder, robbery resulting in serious bodily injury and possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon. He was taken into custody without incident. Police said last year Acton was likely shot during a robbery. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White female) Teacher harassed racially and sexually by students wins $125k settlement
Kathy PerezA Queens teacher won a $125,000 city settlement for injuries caused by out-of-control teens who also harassed her racially and sexually while school leaders did nothing to stop it, she says. Kathy Perez suffered five herniated discs in her back, two in her neck and a torn meniscus in two incidents at MS 72 Catherine and Count Basie in Jamaica about 18 months apart. In the first case, teens racing around the room trampled her. In the second, a girl shoved her to the floor. Both times, ambulance workers removed Perez on a stretcher. Perez says several kids taunted and threatened her as they spewed X-rated profanity. They called her “white bitch,” pelted her with pencils, and tossed rocks as she walked to her car, warning that she would “get shot” and “get my ass kicked.” - (Black-on-white)

    (Black, Spanic) Men assault, rob (White) 70-year-old retired substitute teacher "Cowboy Bill"
Shaquille DavisPaul YbarraEdward Shavers JrCowboy BillCowboy BillCowboy BillCowboy BillROSENBERG, TX -- "He came around and punched me," he explained. "I flew down onto the ground." To understand what happened, you first have to understand who it happened to: a 70-year-old retired substitute teacher whose legal name is Cowboy Bill. "That was given to me by some kids that I taught how to rope and ride in 1984," he laughed. It's easy to see why kids love Cowboy Bill. Some of his students, like now-18-year-old Shaquille Davis, even come by his house. "I even let this guy sleep overnight so he wouldn't have to go miles to go home and the rough weather or the cold weather," Cowboy Bill said. "Why he set me up, I don't know." Police say Davis and two other men, 21-year-old Paul Ybarra and 20-year-old Edward Shavers Jr, robbed and beat up Cowboy Bill last month. They got away with two guns usually used for hunting. David and Ybarra have been arrested. Shavers is still on the run. "I just can't believe a student would do this to me," Cowboy Bill said. Now, former students are taking care of him as he recovers. "The response I've gotten in the last three days, I don't know how to say thanks for that," said Cowboy Bill. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black ex-convict) nabbed today in deadly interstate shooting (of white acquaintance and pregnant woman)
Roderick Jerome JohnsonBrett Allen KimbrelA man arrested this morning in connection with a deadly interstate shooting in Bessemer was just released from prison 11 months ago after serving time for four attempted murder convictions stemming from a 2010 shooting at Western Hills Mall. Roderick Jerome Johnson, 29, was captured by U.S. Marshals just before 8 a.m. today at an apartment on Allison Bonnett Memorial Drive. Bessemer police had identified Johnson as a suspect in the killing of 22-year-old Brett Allen Kimbrel and the wounding of a pregnant woman who was in Kimbrel's vehicle at the time of the shooting. U.S. Marshals made entry into the apartment and found Johnson in the bedroom. They called for him to come out, which he did, and was taken into custody without incident. It took several attempts, however, for him to surrender. Authorities recovered an AR-15 rifle and a .45-caliber pistol at the scene.Bessemer police obtained a search warrant for the apartment and so far has turned up trafficking amounts of heroin and cocaine.
Johnson and Kimbrel were acquaintances.
Johnson was freed from prison just 11 months ago. He was arrested six years ago after gunfire erupted in the parking lot near the main entrance of Western Hills Mall in Fairfield. The shooting wounded Cederic Young, 22, of Fairfield and Stantarius McCall, 18, of Bessemer. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Santa Monica transient found guilty in cold case killings of two (White) women
Edric Dashell GrossA 50-year-old man was found guilty Wednesday of the murders of two women in Santa Monica more than a decade ago, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney. Edric Dashell Gross, whom police said is a transient known to frequent Santa Monica, was found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder with the special circumstance of multiple murders. According to prosecutors and Santa Monica police investigators, Jacqueline Lea Osvak, 42, a transient, was sexually assaulted and strangled in April 2001. Her body was discovered by construction workers in an abandoned home in 1500 block of 7th Street that was slated for demolition. More than a year later, in October 2002, people walking through Palisades Park found the body of Dana Victoria Caper, 41, along the bluffs below. Police said Caper was also a transient and lived along the bluffs. Investigators said that like Osvak, Caper had been sexually assaulted and strangled. - (Black-on-white)
   

    2 (black) Suspects Arrested in Star City Attack (on elderly White couple)
Michael Taylor, 22, and Antania Greenblack suspect
Ruth and John Culliford STAR CITY, Ark. - Two arrests have been made in the attack of a Star City couple in their home last week. Authorities say Antania Green, 19, and Michael Taylor, 22, have been taken into custody with the help of the U.S. Marshals' Eastern Arkansas Fugitive Task Force. They were arrested Wednesday night in Pine Bluff. They are both being held on $100,000 bond. Police are still looking for a third suspect identified as Anthony Brazell. They all face charges in the June 1 incident at the Pine Street home of John and Ruth Culliford, who are in their 70's, that left both of them injured. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • 2 Suspects Arrested in Star City Attack
    STAR CITY, Ark. - Warrants have been issued for three suspects in connection with this case. They were identified as Michael Taylor, Antania Green and Anthony Brazell, police said. - A man and his wife are hospitalized after police say they were beaten in their home. Investigators say it happened around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Pine Street home of John and Ruth Culliford, who are in their 70's. Police say a passer-by found Mrs. Culliford lying in the yard outside the couple's home and her husband was found severely beaten inside. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Two vehicles, a white Chrysler 300 and a white GMC pickup, that belonged to the Culliford's are reported missing from the home. Mr. Culliford remained in critical condition at last report and his wife was said to have suffered bruises and was expected to be okay.
  • Suspects Named in Star City Beating
  • VINELINK: Offender Name: GREEN, ANTANIA MASHAE Age: 19 Race: African American
  • 2 suspects arrested, 1 still wanted for beating of Star City couple
  • Warrants issued for 3 suspects accused of beating elderly couple

    (White) Swedish Student Speaks Out After Robbery Attack In Wynwood (by two blacks)
suspectsuspectFrank HammarWYNWOOD — This week was supposed to be a celebration for 28-year-old Frank Hammar. He was set to graduate from the Miami Ad School and his parents had flown all the way in from Sweden to see him finish his studies. Instead, they sit bedside at Jackson Memorial Hospital while their son recovers from being shot and robbed. “I was really lucky with the bullets,” said Hammar. “One of them entered into the abdomen, stopped somewhere further… butt cheek.” His celebrations would be cut short after a dinner with his parents in Wynwood. As he walked home, surveillance video showed two men approach him. One pulls a gun and demands his cellphone and wallet. “This one guy comes up to me with a gun drawn on me and next to me and is telling me to take out my stuff and put everything on the floor,” Hammar recalled. “I pulled out my cell phone and put it on the ground and told them to take it easy.” Coming from one of the safest countries, where pickpocketing is the biggest concern, Hammar hesitated to give the thieves his wallet because they contained his Swiss credit cards. “Impossible to get a hold of quickly again and I have had a really hard time for my last month that I have here in the states,” he said. That decision, however, is what made the men mad enough to shoot him, Hammar said. “And the other guy says something like ‘blast him’ or ‘pop him’ and the guy with the gun fires two bullets.” Hammar suffered two gunshot wounds to his lower torso. Thankfully, he remained conscious enough to crawl into the street where a passing car noticed, stopped and called for help. It’ll force Hammar to miss his graduation ceremony. But he said he’s just thankful to be alive. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White female) 25-year-old murder victim had three (White) young children
Brandy DavidsonBrandy Davidson's 3 White childrenEugene E. Wade JrDevante L. HallPOWELL COUNTY, Ky. - "It's horrible. It's horrible. Think about it. Brandy was beautiful and now she's gone. We'll never see her again,” Gary Sell said. Sell is 25-year-old Brandy Davidson’s step-father. Davidson was found shot to death over the weekend. Through tears Gary Sell talked about his daughter Brandy Davidson, saying she was a joy to be around, someone who never met a stranger. Sell said he believes she was just in "the wrong place at the wrong time" when she was shot and killed over the weekend. “To my understanding they shot her in the back, they shot her twice in the head. We'll have to have a closed casket now. I'll never get to say goodbye to her again,” Gary Sell said. Brandy’s family said one of the most difficult parts about losing Brandy is that now her three very young children will grow up without their mother. "No matter how many pictures you show a kid, they're not going to know their mother. I mean a picture is not mommy,” Robin Sell said. "I've lost my daughter. Nothing can bring back your daughter, nothing,” Robin Sell said. Brandy’s family has set up a GoFundMe account to help pay for funeral expenses and anything left over will go into a college fund for her children. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Police release identities of two found dead, seek help finding suspects
    Talmadge Branham and Carla HuntState police have released the names of a man and woman found dead over the weekend and are asking for help in finding two men wanted in connection with their killings. The body of Brandy N. Davidson, 25, of Stanton, was found Saturday and the body of Devin J. Payton, 33, of Georgetown, was found. Eugene E. Wade Jr., 28, of Shelbyville, and Devante L. Hall, 24, of Dayton, Ohio, are considered suspects in the deaths. A fisherman found Payton’s body Saturday afternoon under the Slate Creek Bridge. The investigation led police to a cabin off Ky. 11 in Wolfe County, where they found the body of the woman, later identified as Davidson, in a wooded area outside. Talmadge Branham, 25, of Jeffersonville, and Carla Hunt, 31, of Salt Lick, have been charged with tampering with physical evidence in connection with the case. The pair are accused of washing blood out of a rental car that was used to move Payton’s body from Wolfe County to Montgomery County. He was shot after getting into a fight at the cabin, where Branham and Hunt were with him and two other men. Branham and Hunt are accused of taking the other two men to Lexington and spraying the blood out of the car before returning it.
  • Proper burial for Brandy - (gofundme)

    (Black) 18-year-old charged by police for allegedly shooting a (White) Stafford Co. sheriff
Joshua Sumter  Brandon BoyleSTAFFORD COUNTY, Va. — An 18-year-old man was charged by police for allegedly shooting a Stafford County sheriff lateTuesday night in Stafford, Va., police say. Joshua Sumter fired multiple shots at a deputy sheriff, whose name is being withheld, and injured him "extensively," according to police.The deputy was shot four times in the hip, leg, arm, and chest. The deputy will undergo surgery on Wednesday. Kennedy adds the deputy was protected by body armor. Police initially responded to the scene around 10:15 p.m. after the suspect's mother called police. She says her son broke into her residence "after having been forbidden to live or return there." - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Babysitter 'friend of father' arrested for abuse of 1 year-old (White) baby boy Jacob
   
  • Markell Hilaire, 27, was arrested for criminal mistreatment and assault charges on Friday in Oregon
  • He's accused of abusing one-year-old Jacob after he was babysitting the boy when his parents left him in March to go on a date
  • They claim they returned to find him screaming and the babysitter asleep
  • The next day, they claim they found Jacob covered in bruises and went to police who at first would not pursue the case
  • Jacob's father took to Facebook to vent about the lack of action and posted photos of Jacob's injuires that went viral
  • Hilaire is said to be a friend of the boy’s father
    Markell HilaireJacobThe babysitter accused of abusing a one-year-old boy has been arrested and charged in Oregon after social media users demanded action to be taken by authorities and officials. Markell Hilaire, 27, is facing charges of criminal mistreatment and assault for an incident parents Joshua Marbury and Alicia Quinney claimed left their son, Jacob, with a bruise shaped like a hand print on his face. Hilaire - who is a friend of the child's father - was arrested Friday after thousands of people shared the heartbreaking photos of Jacob across social media when his parents said authorities would not arrest him over the alleged abuse. The couple, from Sherwood, say they returned home in March to find their son screaming and the babysitter fast asleep. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Suspect in abuse of Sherwood 1-year-old arrested after community outrage
    HILLSBORO, OR - A man accused of abusing a Sherwood toddler was arrested Friday after weeks of uproar on social media. In a statement, the Washington County District Attorney said that Markell Deon Hilaire is facing charges of criminal mistreatment and assault for an incident parents Alicia Quinney and Joshua Marbury said happened earlier this year. Quinney and Marbury said they left their 1-year-old son in the care of Hilaire, only to return home to find the child on the floor of his room crying with his face covered in bruises while Hilaire was sleeping on a couch in the home.

    Phoenix crime spree: 2 carjackings, 2 killed, 1 critical by negro who shot self in head
Daterryn McBrideHay Da - kidnap victimKelly - held hands with victim Robert SykesRobert Sykes Two men, one a Motel 6 employee, were killed and another motel employee was in extremely critical condition after a Sunday-night crime spree that included a pair of carjackings and a shooting at the motel along Interstate 17. The gunman, identified by police as ex-convict Daterryn McBride, 28, shot himself in the head after a police chase and has died, according to a Phoenix police spokesman. Investigators were searching for a motive. In all, five people suffered gunshot injuries at McBride's hand in confrontations that began about 10:30 p.m. and culminated with McBride shooting himself after a miles-long chase through central and south Phoenix, police said. No motive had yet been determined for McBride's actions, and the police investigation was continuing. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • 2 dead, 3 injured after shooting at Motel 6 in Phoenix; suspect shoots himself
    The security guard has been identified as Brian Harris. The other man who was killed was living at the motel. He has been identified as Robert Sykes. "We know that we have five shooting victims, but we have upwards of 12 different victims, including a couple of car crashes with the carjacked vehicle as it went from here to South Phoenix,"
  • Police: Suspect, 2 others dead following shooting at Phoenix motel
  • Police: Two dead, several hurt after suspect opens fire in Phoenix Motel 6
    Two of the victims, 44-year-olds Brian Harris and Robert Sykes, were killed and a 25-year-old man is in extremely critical condition. A 46-year-old man and a 32-year-old woman shot at while they were fleeing the scene, were stopped by a police officer in the area and transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. At an apartment complex about a block away from the motel, the suspect targeted a man, woman and their baby, eventually stealing their vehicle at gunpoint. The suspect reportedly let the woman and child go, but took the man in the vehicle and got onto the freeway.

    Philly Police Identify (Black) 18-Year-Old Suspect In Theodore Street Homicide (of a White man)
Quintis Clark78-year-old Joseph DalyPHILADELPHIA — Police have issued an arrest warrant for 18-year-old Quintis Clark in the murder of 78-year-old Joseph Daly in Southwest Philadelphia. Captain James Clark with the homicide unit says the body of 78-year-old Joseph Daley was found Tuesday afternoon inside of his home. Officers responded after neighbors called police to say they haven’t seen him around lately. Authorities say the cause of Daley’s death appears to be strangulation and blunt force trauma. They add that they believe that Clark tried to rob the victim just days before his body was discovered. “We actually found his van up in the Northeast,” Clark said of discovering Daley’s stolen van. “As a result of that, we saw some video of one of the doers getting out of the van.” Police believe that was Clark. Police say Clark has friends and family in the Northeast and that he is from Southwest Philadelphia, from the same neighborhood where Daley was found dead. “He was seen getting out of the victim’s van. We had a couple people come forward and put him inside of the house at the time of the murder,” Clark said. Officials say that Daley’s back windows of him home were broken and the believe the motivation was robbery. One neighbor says the news brings some relief, but that they’ll feel more comfortable when Clark is in custody. Initially, it was reported that witnesses saw multiple people leaving the victim’s home and the investigation is ongoing to determine if more people were involved. Police are urging Clark to turn himself in. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Police ID (black) suspect in elderly (White) man's killing, $20,000 reward offered
    SOUTHWEST PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia police have an arrest warrant for a suspect in the killing of a 78-year-old man in his home, and there’s a $20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. They say they're looking for 18-year-old Quintis Clark, whose last known address is on the 7200 block of Vandike Street in Tacony.

    Police Search For (dangerous mottled black) Murderer Who Killed White Delivery Driver - hiding out in Atlanta
Thomas ChildsRodney Talbo SheltonYEADON, Pa. -- Authorities have issued an arrest warrant for a North Carolina man in a murder case that made headlines nearly a year ago in Delaware County. Rodney Talbo Shelton, 37, of Elizabeth City, N.C., is being sought for the June 9, 2015 shooting death of 63-year-old Thomas Childs of Aston. "He's dangerous, he's a murderer, and we're asking you to just tell the authorities where he's at and let us do our job," said Delaware County District Attorney Jack Whelan. Investigators say Childs, a deliveryman, was standing near his truck on a loading dock at Ridgeway Industries along the 6200 block of Baltimore Avenue in Yeadon when he robbed and shot. "He was killed for probably less than $20," said Whelan. The murder weapon, a nine millimeter handgun, and the victim's cell phone, were found in the nearby Fernwood Cemetery. Investigators from the ATF traced the handgun to its owner in North Carolina. That person allegedly admitted to giving Shelton the weapon within days of his arrival in the area. Shelton is known to visit the region, investigators say, noting he has relatives here and a girlfriend with his child. "He admitted to her that he killed Mr. Childs, that the robbery had gone bad, that he believed Mr. Childs was resisting at the time and he shot him," Whelan said. "This won't bring Thomas Childs back," said Mayor Rohan Hepkins. "But at least this would bring a measure of closure to this heinous act." Shelton is described to be light-skinned with freckles with tattoos on his neck and head. He is six feet tall weighing approximately 205 pounds, with brown eyes, and black hair. His most predominate tattoo is of a spider-web that spans across the top of his head. Shelton is considered to be armed and dangerous. A reward of up to $20,000 is being administered by Citizens Crime Commission, with information leading to the whereabouts, arrest and conviction of Shelton. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Police believe a murder suspect is hiding out in Atlanta
    ATLANTA - A murder suspect is believed to be hiding out in metro Atlanta authorities say. Monday, four different agencies including the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives issued warrants for the arrest of 37-year-old Rodney Shelton who is charged with the fatal shooting of a 63-year-old man. While Shelton is believed to be from North Carolina, his criminal activity expands to Philadelphia, PA; Elizabeth City, NJ; and Atlanta, GA. Authorities believe that Shelton, who is on the run, may be currently hiding out in metropolitan Atlanta area or the other two cities.
  • Delivery Driver Dies After Being Shot Point-Blank at Yeadon Industrial Park - June 10, 2015

    Albany man's murder conviction upheld
Darrell AndersonChristopher IngramDontavious 'Hump' WilsonJack CampATLANTA, GA - Darrell Anderson will remain in prison, after his murder conviction appeal was denied by the Georgia Supreme Court. Anderson and Christopher Ingram were both sentenced to life plus five years for murder of Jack Camp in March of 2007. 41-year-old Jack Camp was murdered outside his East Albany apartment. Camp was shot when he confronted a suspicious person at the Regency Club Apartment Complex where he lived and worked as a courtesy officer. Dougherty County Judge Loring Gray handed down the sentences. The trigger man was Dontavious 'Hump' Wilson. Wilson was charged with malice murder, for actually shooting Camp. Anderson and Ingram are charged with felony murder. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (One of two black thugsl) 19-year-old Joshua Dukes defined as "serial killer" - Murdered 85-year-old White man, 3 others & dog.
Joshua DukesAnthony Harris85-year-old James HankinsBrodrick SmithJACKSON, MS - After a press conference where Chief Lee Vance discussed Joshua Dukes and recent murder charges, he described him using the term "serial killer". Dukes has been charged with 4 counts of capital murder. The most recent murder charge was the November 2015 death of an O'Reilly's Auto Parts employee. Commander Tyree Jones says 19-year-old Joshua Dukes is charged with one count of capital murder in the death of 36-year-old Brodrick Smith. Dukes is currently being held at the Hinds County Detention Center on three additional counts of capital murder, stemming from his alleged involvement in the shooting deaths and robberies of Daniel Omar Gomez and Eli Nunez on March 5 on Westhaven Blvd., and for his alleged involvement in the shooting death and robbery of 85-year-old James Hankins on February 13 on McClure Rd. During the course of the investigation, Robbery/Homicide Detectives developed and identified Dukes as one of the suspects involved in the incident, Commander Jones said. Jones says the case is still under investigation and the Jackson Police Department needs the public’s assistance with identifying the second suspect involved in the incident. Officials say Dukes will appear in Municipal Court on Monday for his initial appearance. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Vigil held for 85-year-old homicide victim, James Hankins - February 21st 2016
  • Family, friends: Man, 85, shot in head, was much loved - February 14, 2016
    Jackson police said James Harrell Hankins was doing dirt work in his yard on McCluer Road when he was approached by a black male wearing dark-colored clothing. Police said the suspect fired several shots, then fled the scene on foot.
  • Multiple capital murder suspect is a serial killer
    Broderick Smith, the man police believe was Dukes' first victim on Nov. 18, put up a struggle for his life. When he couldn't open the safe for his attackers, police say there was a fight, and both attackers shot Smith. He was a father, a husband, and an unarmed auto parts store manager, trying to make a life for himself and his family.
    James Hankins, 85, a Korean War veteran, was shot in the back of the head, and his killer left the scene with only his wallet. Hankins' wife of 61 years found him in the yard and called police.
    Daniel Omar Gomez and Eli Nunez were barbecuing in their yard on March 5. Vance said they were shot by two assailants as they attempted to get away. Even their dog was shot dead, police said.
  • Suspect identified in killing of men, dog * Suspect in double murder surrenders to police
    Nineteen-year-old Anthony Harris surrendered to authorities. The suspects were identified as two armed black males that approached the victims and demanded their belongings and money. They left the scene on foot after robbing and shooting the victims and a dog.

    (Black female) Burka-clad stranger attacks (White) woman with American flag - (One must assume Muslim Woman arrested)
Amina Ali AhraWhite woman victim of black muslim female attackLAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. -- Police have charged a woman accused of attacking another woman with an American flag in Lawrenceville. The victim, who didn't want her name used, said that a woman wearing a full Burka with only her eyes showing came out of the woods, walked up to her mailbox and grabbed the flag, which was on a 4-foot long PVC pipe, off the mailbox. "I stood up and I yelled at her, 'Don't touch my flag,' and she yanked it up out and headed towards us just waving it," the woman said. She said that the woman then began swinging the post with the flag on it at her. The victim's 17-year-old daughter jumped in to try and help. "As soon as she realized mommy was fighting for her life, my daughter was right by my side trying to stop her," she said. The woman's 14-year-old son grabbed the family gun and stood by in defensive mode ready to fire off a warning shot. The suspect, identified as 30-year-old Amina Ali Ahra, was arrested and charged with two counts of simple battery. "Crazy, that's all, that's the only way I can explain it." The woman said she thought Ahra should face hate crime charges. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Canada: (Black) Man convicted in Boxing Day shooting of (White woman) Jane Creba denied escorted temporary prison absences
Jorrell Simpson-Rowe Jane CrebaA man convicted of second-degree murder in the shocking slaying of a Toronto teenager on Boxing Day ten years ago has been denied escorted temporary absences from prison. Jorrell Simpson-Rowe was one of four people found guilty in Jane Creba's death. The 15-year-old Creba was shopping with family on Toronto's busy Yonge Street when she was caught in the crossfire of a shootout between rival gangs in December 2005. In a recent Parole Board of Canada decision, Simpson-Rowe, who began serving a life sentence in 2009, was not authorized for escorted temporary absences from prison after the board concluded they would present "an undue risk." - (Canada) - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Longtime funeral director dies after being found burned and beaten - black man with foreign name "Jawwaad Ali" charged
Jawwaad AliJohn ConnorsPittsburgh police have charged a man with homicide in the death of a longtime funeral home operator in Allentown. Jawwaad Ali, 24, was arrested Friday in the death of John Connors, 83, in the 200 block of Allen Street. Police said Ali is believed to have been staying in Mr. Connors’ home. City homicide detectives, arson investigators and the Allegheny County medical examiner's office responded Friday morning to the run-down home where the burned body of the elderly man was found in a second-floor bedroom. Mr. Connors was a fixture in the neighborhood, often seen with his dog. The medical examiner's office said an autopsy would be conducted today. Mr. Connors’ brother, James Connors, 80, of Carnegie, said he was told by police that the victim had been beaten up and had head trauma. A 911 call came in around 11:30 a.m. for a man on fire in the 200 block of Allen Street. She did not know who placed the call. Firefighters found the body and paramedics pronounced the man dead at 11:38 a.m. Ms. Toler said the fire was mostly out by the time firefighters arrived. People at the scene said Mr. Connors was known to leave his door open. His brother said there were no valuables in the house since they had been stolen long ago. “People broke in and stole things,” James Connors said. “He would help stray people all the time and the drug people would break in.” Ms. Toler said a dog was taken from the scene. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black man) Arrested for murder of (White) man, 73, found inside McKees Rocks home
Benito NicolettiBranden FrazierMCKEES ROCKS, Pa. — An arrest was made Friday in the death of a 73-year-old man whose body was found inside his McKees Rocks home earlier this week, police said. Benito Nicoletti was found dead in his home late Wednesday night. The discovery was made after Nicoletti’s family had not seen him and asked police to check on him. Authorities said Nicoletti’s car was missing when they arrived at the scene. Police said it was later found Thursday morning about a half mile from Nicoletti’s home. The medical examiner ruled Nicoletti’s death a homicide as a result of blunt force trauma to the head. Authorities arrested Branden Frazier, 25, in connection with Nicoletti’s death, charging him with homicide, burglary, receiving stolen property, theft of a motor vehicle and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Several witnesses placed Frazier in and around Nicoletti’s home in the days before and after the homicide and linked him to Nicoletti’s missing car. Frazier allegedly encountered one man inside an apartment building a few houses up from Nicoletti’s, asking him where he could buy a gun. Several others noticed Nicoletti’s car, which one witnesses saw Frazier getting in and out of the vehicle near Mancini’s Bakery. The same witness said she saw Frazier run behind in an alley. When police retraced the route, they found a wallet, keys to the stolen car and a debit card belonging to Nicoletti. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police searching for (black) woman who allegedly gunned down (White) man at SE Oak Cliff motel Monday
Michelle SpeedWeeping AngelAuthorities issued an arrest warrant Friday for a suspect at large who’s wanted in connection with a fatal southeast Oak Cliff shooting Monday. Michelle Le Speed allegedly killed 61-year-old David Haskell Sparks, who was found by police about 11:30 p.m. Monday on the second-floor breezeway at the Days Inn motel at 8312 S. Lancaster Road. On Wednesday, they released photos of a suspect vehicle as part of the investigation. Motel guests reportedly heard gunshots and saw a silver car leaving at a high speed. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Update: Suspect Sought for Murder in 8300 block of Lancaster Road
    On May 30, 2016, David Haskell Sparks, a 61-year-old White male, was found deceased from a gunshot wound outside his hotel room at 8312 S. Lancaster Road. Through the course of the investigation, detectives determined that Michelle Le Speed was responsible for the murder of Mr. Sparks. On June 3, 2016, an arrest warrant was issued for Suspect Speed. The suspect is currently at large.

    Social media video shows vicous unprovoked gas attack (by demonic blacks) on (White female) McDonald's worker
Kayla Prater1 of 3 demonic blacksELKHART, Ind. - Elkhart Police are continuing their investigation into a situation where a passenger allegedly threw gas at a woman working at a drive-thru. It happened just after 1:30 a.m. on Friday, May 20th at the McDonald's on South Nappannee Street in Elkhart. New video was posted to Facebook then taken down Saturday, May 28th showing a passenger throwing gasoline at an employee. The act was caught on camera and the victim, Kayla Prater, spoke via phone about the incident. In the video posted, you see three (black) males pull up to a McDonald's drive-thru in Elkhart. The man in the rear passenger seat holds a 7-Eleven cup filled with what police say is gasoline and throws the liquid at the employee through the window. Prater is a manager at the location and says she is still afraid to go back to work and that she wants justice. Elkhart police say the investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been made. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black Muslim Chases, Tackles White Trump Supporter After San Jose Rally – Then Brags on Twitter - (Drudge) - (Black-on-white)
Black muslim tackles White Trump guy

    (White) Landlord shot, killed and set on fire (by blacks) while trying to collect overdue rent
Maurice E. WatkinsPierre WilliamsWeeping AngelCOLUMBUS –Police have arrested two people after a man was found dead after fire on Lilley Avenue, southeast of downtown. The Columbus Division of Police arrested 33-year-old Maurice E. Watkins and 25-year-old Pierre Williams. Watkins is charged with murder for allegedly shooting the victim, 50-year-old Joseph P. Remlinger. Williams is expected to be charged with arson for setting a fire to cover up the shooting. According to Columbus police, Remlinger was Watkins’ landlord and he was trying to collect overdue rent when he was shot by Watkins. Court records show that Watkins was in the process of being evicted from the home that he rented from Remlinger. Sgt. Dave Sicilian said officers found one of the suspects while executing a search warrant at 2755 Grasmere Avenue. According to police, as SWAT officers were preparing to enter the home, a detective saw the suspect drive by. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Columbus Division of Police
    LANDLORD MURDERED: On Thursday, at 1:06pm officers were dispatched to a report of a fire at 704 Lilley Ave. (east Columbus) Upon arrival, officers found the detached garage, located in the rear of the location, fully engulfed in flames with a vehicle parked inside. After extinguishing the fire, Columbus Division of Fire personnel found the victim deceased, inside of the vehicle.
    Suspect #1: 33-year-old Maurice Watkins was arrested & charged with Murder, as he shot the victim, 50-year-old Joseph Remlinger (M/W).

    Local (White) pizza worker's loved ones speak out after his murder (by black thugs)
Tremaine Washington Tye Roderick Stewart Robert PurcellRobert Purcell’s family and close friends are speaking out for the first time since his murder. According to police, the 40-year-old Snellville man was found in his car with a gunshot wound near the Hugh Howell Road exit ramp on Highway 78. They discovered his body after his coworkers at Marco’s Pizza reported him missing Saturday. Right now, family members say they’re in the process of making funeral arrangements for Purcell, a man who was known by the name “Jesse.” His family lives out of town, but they’re coming to Atlanta to plan the service. A family member shared photos with us. We reached out to his closest friends in the Atlanta area. Those who knew him well, like 14-year-old Matthew who he babysat often, are having a hard time processing what happened.
As far as the investigation goes, 25-year-old Tye Stewart is charged with murder and armed robbery in the death of Purcell. This follows the arrest of 18-year-old Tremaine Washington. Both are being held at Gwinnett County Jail. - (Black-on-white)
   

    2 arrested for allegedly robbing, beating and carjacking (White) priest
Rev. Marc RosellisuspectsuspectSTATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Police have arrested two men in connection with the armed robbery, beating and carjacking of a priest in front of a Roman Catholic church in West Brighton. In custody are Kerry Pack, 39, of North Burgher Avenue, and Antwine Lucas, 44, of Gates Avenue in Brooklyn, according to a spokesman for the NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Public information. Police have charged both men with robbery and criminal possession of stolen property. A parish priest, the Rev. Marc Roselli, was accosted by two armed robbers outside St. Mary of the Assumption-Our Lady of Mount Carmel-St. Benedicta R.C. Church. After the priest complied with their demands, a suspect punched the victim in the face, and both culprits fled in the victim's champagne-colored Ford Fusion, police said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Vallejo man pleads not guilty in homicide (of his "romantic partner" - a white woman)
Troy AustinSamantha RhoneA Vallejo man pleaded not guilty Tuesday morning to charges in a recent beating case that led to the death of a woman. Troy Austin, 27, appeared in Solano County Superior Court Judge Tim Kam’s courtroom and made the plea through a defense attorney. Austin has been charged with murder, vandalism and battery in the case. Austin allegedly beat his romantic partner, Samantha Rhone, 47, at about 10 p.m., May 19. Witnesses reported a verbal argument between them, which later turned physical, in the driveway of a vacant home. When officers arrived, they found the injured victim severely beaten. Rhone was transported to North Bay Medical Center, where she later died from her injuries during surgery. Witnesses reported to police that Austin fled the scene after hearing the sirens. Officers established a perimeter and began looking for the man with aid from a helicopter crew. After an extensive search, police said Austin was eventually found hiding in a back yard. He allegedly refused to comply with officers’ orders, but was eventually taken into custody by a K-9 unit. A GoFundMe page was started by Rhone’s ex-husband to help defer the travel and burial costs. Rhone was a mother of three daughters and grandmother of four granddaughters. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    (Worthless black man) Arrested for the 1998 murder of (White woman) Rose Born
Dennis Jerome BartieRose Theresa BornLAKE CHARLES, LA - An arrest has been made in the 1998 cold-case homicide of donut shop owner Rose Born. Rose Theresa Born, 45, was found stabbed to death at Paradise Donuts, 529 W. 18th Street, on July 8, 1998. She was killed around midnight and her body was found around 3:30 a.m. Born was stabbed more than 30 times, including defensive wounds on her hands where she fought back, Lake Charles Chief of Police Don Dixon said at a news conference Wednesday afternoon. Born's 1993 Toyota 4-Runner was taken from the scene, but found about four miles away. "I know my sister, she works hard for her money," said Rita Theriot, Born's sister, "That was her stuff, she's going to fight for it." It was that defensive effort that led to an arrest, Dixon said. DNA found under her fingernails was submitted for DNA analysis in September 2015. A match was returned to Dennis Jerome Bartie, 35. Bartie is charged with second-degree murder. Judge Guy Bradberry ordered that he be held without bail. "The poetic justice was that she scratched him, so they found him," Dixon said. Bartie was imprisoned at Allen Correctional Center for a 2006 crime in Baton Rouge in which he was found guilty of second-degree murder for stabbing another woman numerous times, Dixon said. The victim in that case survived. Bartie confessed to the crime and said he had gone to rob her, Dixon said. Upon questioning from detectives, Bartie admitted to killing Born because he needed a ride home, Dixon said. He was only 17 at time of Born's death. Bartie has three outstanding warrants in Calcasieu, Dixon said. After 18 years of searching for answers, Theriot had started to lose hope. "I personally had given up, I figured God knew what happened and I was happy with that," said Theriot, "but today is a wonderful day. We final found closure." - (Black-on-white)

    Windermere Police make arrest in sexual assault case
Darryl Pattersonpossible Darryl Patterson victimWINDERMERE, Fla. - Windermere police officers on Wednesday made an arrest in an ongoing sexual assault case. Darryl Patterson, 49, has been under investigation for over a year after video surfaced of several women in various stages of undress. Those images were part of evidence in an unrelated fraud investigation. Police began looking into these cases and attempted to identify and make contact with the women. In April of last year, police were called to investigate an attempted sexual battery, after which a search was sought and obtained to collect evidence from Patterson's home. "During the execution of the search warrant, computers, mobile phones, electronic media, and video cassettes were among the items seized as evidence," said Windermere Police Chief David A. Ogden. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Police arrest (black) man in connection with Riverview Park murder (of White man)
Ja'Lyn A. WellsRyan HigdonLOUISVILLE, Ky. —Police have arrested Ja'Lyn Wells, 19, in connection with the homicide that occurred at Riverview Park in Pleasure Ridge Park Sunday.Wells is charged with murder, robbery and tampering with physical evidence. Officers said Ryan Higdon, 19, was shot to death inside his car. According to police, Wells provided a statement to investigators acknowledging that he robbed Higdon at gunpoint and shot him during the course of the robbery. Police released surveillance video early Tuesday in hopes of identifying the people who got into Higdon's vehicle before his death. Detectives said several people got into Higdon's car, which was near the Greenwood boat dock, before he was killed. Officers said after a few minutes, the people got out and took off. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • LMPD: Teen arrested in Riverview Park shooting
    Alicia Smiley, LMPD public information officer, said Wells provided a statement to investigators acknowledging that he had robbed the victim at gunpoint and shot the victim during the course of the robbery. Wells then disposed of the shell casings and fled the scene.

    Deputies: (Black) Handyman stabbed Lexington County couple, burned their home
Robert Dumon JohnsonHarry Layne SmithLEXINGTON COUNTY, SC Lexington County deputies have arrested a man they say fatally stabbed two people and set fire to their home early Thursday morning. Robert Dumon Johnson, 34, of Gaston, has been charged with arson and two counts of murder, according to the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department. Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher identified the victims as Brenda Posey and Harry Smith. Firefighters found the couple dead in the bedroom of their home on Cedarcrest Drive. “Based on information we gathered during our investigation, Johnson knew both of the victims, and regularly did household jobs and yard work around their home,” Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon said. “The three of them apparently got into an argument that resulted in a struggle and ended with the stabbings.” - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black ex-con) Saugerties man charged in fatal shooting of (white) ex-girlfriend
Karon BowdenAmy WilliamsSAUGERTIES, NY ---- A man has been charged with murder in the fatal shooting of his ex-girlfriend, Saugerties police said Wednesday. Officers responding to a 911 call at 9:43 p.m. Tuesday found Amy L. Burger, 24, dead of a gunshot wound inside an apartment in the two-unit building, police said. They said her ex-boyfriend, Karon Bowden, 41, who lives at the Randle Court address, was arrested at the scene, taken to the Saugerties police station and charged with second-degree murder and criminal possession of a firearm. Saugerties Police Chief Joseph Sinagra said the killing was committed with a handgun and that the weapon was recovered at the scene. There was a history of domestic violence between Bowden and Burger and that Bowden has a prior criminal record. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    PD: (Black) Man charged with murder in missing (white) woman's death says 'he made a mistake'
Lashawn Johnson Claudia MartinezAngela RussoPHOENIX - A 25-year-old man charged with the murder of a missing woman who turned up dead admitted knowing the victim and having her at his apartment the night of her disappearance. He also reportedly told police "he made a mistake." Lashawn Young Johnson faces charges of second-degree murder, kidnapping, tampering with physical evidence and abandoning/concealing a body. The charges are in connection with the death of Angela Russo, who was 24 when she disappeared. Russo's body was found in the desert in a shallow grave in Tonopah last week. She had been missing since April 19. Johnson made his initial appearance in court on Sunday. New court paperwork reveals that Russo had been in contact with Johnson, and had arranged to meet him at an apartment near 54th Avenue and Indian School on April 19. Russo's cell phone was last active in the area near Johnson's apartment, and "activity ceased after that time." Detectives arrived at the apartment, where they contacted the apartment's residents, Johnson and Claudia Martinez. Deectives re-contacted Claudia Martinez, who lived with Johnson, more than a month later, on May 25. On that day, police say Martinez led detectives to a desert area in Tonopah where they came upon a vehicle similar to the one driven by Russo. The car had been destroyed by fire. Maricopa Police Department personnel searched the area and found a "clandestine grave" near the burned car. Authorities say they believe the body in that grave was that of the missing woman, Angela Russo. The car found belonged to Russo's parents. Claudia Martinez told detectives that Johnson had shown her the burned car and clandestine grave on April 20, but police say she "claimed no involvement or prior knowledge" of Russo's homicide. Martinez is employed with the Arizona Department of Corrections. Evidence collected at the apartment shared by Johnson and Martinez suggested to detectives that "the apartment was the scene of kidnapping and homicide." The documents go on to say: "the evidence further revealed a concerted effort to destroy, sanitize and conceal physical evidence." Also according to those documents, biological evidence indicated that "the victim was attacked in the corner of the kitchen near the dining room table, appearing to have been trapped in the corner of the dining room." MCSO detectives then re-contacted Martinez, who "disclosed that Lawshawn had called her and admitted to being with Angela on the night of April 19, 2016 and having sex with her." Her daughter met Johnson on a dating website. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    UPDATE: (Black) Shooting suspect waived extradition, (White) Harris Co. deputy out of ICU after being shot in the face
http://www.lawrencecountysheriffsoffice.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/Deputy-Jamie-White.jpgJoe Lee Garrett and Lytishia HoraceHARRIS COUNTY, GA - The Harris County Sheriff's deputy that was shot in the head early Saturday evening is in much-improved condition in a Columbus hospital, according to Harris County Sheriff Mike Jolley. Jolley said that Deputy Jamie White is surrounded by family and friends and "is doing much better" and is out of ICU, but there is a possibility he may lose sight in his left eye. Law enforcement officials have confirmed that a suspect involved in the shooting of a Harris County Sheriff's deputy on Saturday has been arrested. Russell County Sheriff Heath Taylor confirmed the arrest of Joe Lee Garrett, 24, was made just hours after the shooting Saturday night. Taylor said Garrett turned himself in to a Phenix City Police investigator on Saturday night. Garrett being held as a fugitive from justice in relation to the shooting. Another person, Lytishia Horace, was arrested in connection with this case. Horace was also held at the Russell Co. Jail as a fugitive from justice. Garrett is being charged with aggravated assault of a police officer, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and eluding arrest. The deputy, identified as Jamie White, was shot while walking up to the vehicle during a traffic stop. He was rushed to the Medical Center and is being treated following surgery. White suffered a single shot in the face, above his left eye. Jolley says the incident happened during a traffic stop early Saturday evening around 7:30 p.m. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Maplewood Woman Charged In Another Heroin Overdose Death
Beverly BurrellLuke RonneiNick PetrickMINNEAPOLIS — A 30-year-old Maplewood woman already charged in an overdose death has been linked to another, according to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office. Beverly Burrell is now charged with two counts of third-degree murder, and two counts of third-degree sale of drugs in connection to the two incidents. According to the criminal complaint, Burrel supplied heroin laced with fentanyl – a synthetic opiate more powerful than morphine – to 29-year-old Nick Petrick of New Prague. On April 11, Petrick was found dead from an apparent narcotics overdose in a Costco parking lot in Eden Prairie. Now, authorities say Burrell is linked to another heroin death that occurred in Carver County. On Jan. 7 at 12:10 p.m., 20-year-old Luke Ronnei of Chanhassen was found unresponsive in his bed. He was pronounced dead not long after, and his cause of death was determined to be a heroin overdose. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Salton City, CA WM, 57 beaten to death in home invasion by 3 negros
    (White male) Victim identified in home invasion murder (beaten to death by three black muderers)
Kevin Scott, 35, Justin Alford, 29, and Aaron Jackson, 20Donald TarkerSALTON CITY, Calif. – Authorities have identified the man who was beaten to death during a home invasion. Donald Tarker, 57, died after three men broke into a home and beat him along with three other people, according to Imperial County Sheriff’s Office (ICSO) Coroner Eric Frazier. Officers say Kevin Scott, 35, Justin Alford, 29, and Aaron Jackson, 20, are suspected of breaking into the home and robbing the victims, Wednesday night. Deputies say when they arrived on scene, near Barbara and Betty Avenues, they performed CPR on Tarker but he died from his injuries on scene. ICSO deputies say the men fled to Riverside County after the incident. However, U.S. Border Patrol agents found the three men shortly after in Riverside County where ICSO met them to make the arrest. The three men were charged with murder, conspiracy, and burglary among other charges. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • 3 arrested on murder charges after home invasion in Salton City
    They're accused of beating a person to death during a robbery. Witnesses told authorities three black men forced their way into the home and started beating and robbing them. Four victims were inside the home, and emergency crews found one of them still passed out on the floor when they arrived.
  • "The man they killed was my friend, and one of the kindest and gentlest and most generous, giving people on the face of this planet. He was also not a racist, a bigot, or even remotely prejudiced against anybody They robbed him once before, and beat him and left him for dead. When he recovered and got out, these scum came back and did it again. I hope they live long enough to understand how truly low this was, and how far they have removed themselves from humanity." - Roy Schindler

    Worthless coon fleeing cops slaughters Knoxville WM, 28 to death in crash
    (White) Man killed by (black) suspect fleeing from officers
Ralpheal CoffeyRalpheal CoffeyKevin BradleyA driver who fled from deputies and later crashed into a truck during the chase has been charged with vehicular homicide since the man he struck has now died, according to the Knox County Sheriff's Office. In addition, authorities charged Ralpheal Coffey, 26, with drugs: manufacture, delivery, sale, or possession of cocaine in amounts greater than .5 grams (or less than .5 grams where defendant carried deadly weapon or the offense resulted in death or bodily injury), simple possession, and driving while privilege suspended. During Wednesday's chase, Coffey crashed into a Ford F-150 driven by Kevin Bradley, 28 and his passenger Eric Kennedy, 26. The two were taken to UT Medical Center where Bradley was pronounced dead, the sheriff's office said in a release. Bradley's brother, Adam, says Bradley was about to get married. Family and friends were set to fly to Knoxville on Wednesday and then head Vegas for the bachelor party. Adam Bradley said he was in the airport with his father when authorities called them to say that Kevin Bradley had died. He said his whole family is in mourning. - (Black-on-white)
   

    36-year-old (black) man charged in (White) Abilene woman’s homicide
Charles NewmanKendra KepplerThe Taylor County District Attorney's Office on Friday charged a 36-year-old man with murder in the shooting death of a 27-year-old woman last week, the Abilene Police Department announced. Charles Newman remains in the Taylor County jail on other charges. His bond for the murder warrant was set at $500,000. Police arrested Newman on May 19 on suspicion he used the identity of Kendra Keppler, the dead woman, to obtain money from her bank account. He was charged with fraudulent possession of identifying information, a third-degree felony, for which bail was set at $10,000. He had also violated his parole. Police found Keppler's body in a residence in the 3900 block of Whittier Street on May 18. Her body was decomposing and appeared to have been there for several days. Newman's wife allegedly said her husband told her that he shot someone in the head. Investigators obtained a search warrant for Newman's clothing to determine if there is physical evidence that proves he was present at the time of the homicide. After finding Newman in possession of Keppler's vehicle, police questioned him and he admitted to taking her vehicle as well as entering Keppler's home on the afternoon of May 18 and seeing her corpse, the affidavit states. He did not call police to report the death, as required by law. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Oakland police seek (black) persons of interest in killing of (White) scientist
 Brian BolesuspectsuspectsuspectsuspectsuspectAuthorities in the East Bay hope recently uncovered security video will help them track down the killer of a 30-year-old scientist who was gunned down last month in his quiet Oakland neighborhood. The video shows Brian Bole, described by a friend as “peaceful, gentle and friendly,” encountering people minutes before the slaying, which occurred as he walked home around midnight on April 10 after a night out with friends, police said. The gunman opened fire on the usually quiet 3000 block of Richmond Avenue, and Bole, a former NASA contractor, died. With no identified suspects in the case, detectives continue to seek a motive, and investigators turned to the public for help Thursday. Oakland police officials and the FBI released grainy photos of three “persons of interest” and a “vehicle of interest,” a 2003 to 2007 silver Honda Accord, captured on security cameras at businesses along the route he walked. He said video showed Bole “coming into contact” with several people as he walked from a Telegraph Avenue bar to the dimly-lit, tree-lined street where his body was found. - (Black-on-white)

    Six years later, arrest made for shooting (by black) that left (White) woman paralyzed
Alexandria Reese Drakkar D. GroceCOLUMBUS — Police arrested a man Thursday, almost six years to the day of a shooting that left an innocent young woman paralyzed. Drakkar D. Groce, 25, was arrested and charged with felonious assault. He appeared in court Friday morning. The shooting happened on May 27, 2010 near the intersection of Atcheson Street and Trivette Avenue. According to police, Alexandria Reese was in the area driving a friend home when she became lost. As she was turning around, she heard gunshots. Reese was struck in the neck by a stray bullet, which instantly paralyzed her from the neck down. Reese lost control of her vehicle and crashed into a parked car. The bullet severed her cervical spine and spinal cord. A neighbor ran to her car and grabbed her throat to stop what appeared to be uncontrollable bleeding. Over several weeks, she was stabilized at the Cleveland Clinic. Reese remains on a ventilator and moves using a special chair that is controlled by sips and puffs. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Two (black) Suspects Charged In Attack On (White female) Blue Line Rider
Jessica HughesDwayne Mills, 25; and Chitonia Shorter2 black savagesA man and woman have been charged with beating a woman and stealing her cellphone on a CTA Blue Line train last month on the West Side. Dwayne Mills, 25; and Chitonia Shorter, 18, both face one felony count of robbery for the April 28 hold-up, according to Chicago Police. About 10:15 a.m., a 19-year-old woman was sitting on a Blue Line train in the 3200 block of West Congress when Mills and Shorter walked up to her, police said. Mills struck her in the face and bit her hand while stealing the woman’s cellphone, police said. She was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital for treatment. A plastic surgeon donated his services to help repair the facial injuries she received. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man arrested after (his white female) 'roommate's body found in trunk
Kydel WeldonTina RyanTAMPA - Hillsborough County deputies said they arrested a 44-year-old Tampa man Wednesday after finding the body of his roommate in his trunk. Col. Donna Lusczynski said deputies were sent to a home on Thrasher Drive after the homeowner, who rents out rooms to Kydel Weldon, 44, and Tina Ryan, 45, found blood throughout the house. When deputies arrived, Weldon and Ryan were missing. They eventually tracked Weldon down at a day labor business on Columbus Drive. "As a deputy was talking to Weldon, she observed what appeared to be blood on his hands. She also observed what appeared to be blood on his clothes and pants," Lusczynski said. Investigators said they also found a bloody knife. When they opened the trunk, the discovered Ryan's body. "The victim did suffer from blunt trauma to her head as well as multiple stab wounds to her upper body," Lusczynski said, adding it's unclear if Weldon was trying to get away. "He was parked there, sitting and talking, so I don't know that at that moment he was actively trying to get away, but it does appear as if he was trying to hide the crime." Detectives charged Kydel Weldon with second degree murder. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    (White female) Victim identified in Wednesday shooting - (black male) arrested for murder
Rachel Michelle ChisumWilliam Edward GrayThe Russellville Police Department identified the victim in a shooting death that occurred on Wednesday on James Circle as 39-year-old Rachel Michelle Chisum of Atkins. The department also identified the suspect as 42-year-old William Edward Gray of Russellville. Gray was booked at Pope County Detention Center, pending a bond hearing on the charge of first degree murder. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Coon caretaker couple accused of spending $68,000 of disabled white veteran's money
Leonardo and Stacey YarbroughDavid AppleBARTOW COUNTY, Ga. — A Bartow County couple are accused of stealing $68,000 from a disabled veteran. The two now face 133 counts of fraud. Deputies said they are worried there could be other potential victims. The case involves several group home residents. The Bartow County Sheriff's Office wants their families to double check their bank statements. Caregivers Leonardo and Stacey Yarbrough are each facing more than 130 fraud charges. Bartow deputies said they spent $68,000 out of a disabled veteran's bank account. Investigators said the husband and wife were his designated caregivers. "They were supposed to be running a group home," said Thelma Fountain. "I can't even comprehend the things that they did." Fountain said her 48-year-old brother, David Apple, is diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. She said the Yarbroughs moved Apple out of their Cartersville basement and into an apartment last year on Paige Street, barely looking after him. "There was a fire there, and they took him to a hotel, and they just left him there," Fountain said. Fountain said she picked her brother up and moved him back to Ringgold. She discovered discrepancies in his bank statements. "I saw that very large amounts of money were gone," Fountain said. Investigators said while Apple was in the Yarbrough's care, from May to August of 2015, the couple spent his money freely on a diamond ring, repairs to their Mercedes and new tires. "And to top it off, they actually took a trip to Florida," Fountain said. - (Black-on-white)

    Black Sports: 911 Tapes in Mario Pender case release - "domestic battery" by strangulation and resisting an officer
Mario PenderMudshark: Nicole Brown SimpsonTALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- We now have copies of the 911 calls that led to the arrest of FSU running back Mario Pender. Pender was arrested for domestic battery on May 7th. The unidentified caller was on the line with dispatchers for more than five minutes describing a confrontation outside Pender's apartment on Sharkey Street. "I just witnessed a domestic violence incident outside of my house." "Are they still there?" "They just went inside but I saw him drag her by her scalp into the house." "And you said he drug her into the house?" "Yeah, and he was hitting her." The woman told the dispatcher she had heard the couple argue before, but this was the first time she saw any violence. "He's about to take her away in a car right now and he's yelling at her," the caller said. "He's like screaming at her and putting her in the car." Pender has been kicked off the FSU football team. He pleaded not guilty to the felony charges. His next court date is in June. - (Black-on-white) (Video at 1:28 victim WF) - (mudshark)
   
   

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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:
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George Williams Jr.Editor note: that works out to about 54 black on white rapes per day according to available statistics from 1999.
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