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ARCHIVE for 16 November 2016
The Color of Crime - "Blacks are statistically 50 times more likely to attack whites than vice versa"

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    (White) Man dies after fight at Spokane bar; (black) Suspect charged with 2nd degree murder
Richard NatucciAndre JosephSPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police Major Crimes Detectives are investigating a murder that happened early Sunday morning at The Flame on E. Sprague. Court documents released on Wednesday show the investigation initially began as an assault, but hours later turned into a homicide case when the victim, identified as 64-year-old Richard Natucci, died at the hospital. Just before 8:00pm on Saturday, November 12, medics were called to The Flame for a report of an unconscious man outside the entryway of the bar. Medics determined Natucci was unconscious and unresponsive due to a severe head injury. Natucci was taken to the hospital for treatment and was pronounced dead early Sunday morning. When Natucci entered the bar Saturday night, the suspect called the woman Natucci arrived with a "bitch." The bartender said after some words, they "took it outside." A short time later, the bartender said the suspect came back in and told them Natucci was "passed out on the ground outside the bar." Detectives interview the woman who was with Natucci at the hospital. She said she knew the suspect and identified him as Andre Joseph. Detectives in court documents say they are familiar with the Joseph from prior police encounters. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man sentenced to death in murder of (White) Kent State student
Damantae D. GrahamMarquis C.T. GrierTy A. KremlingNicholas W. MassaKENT, Ohio– A man convicted of murdering a Kent State student was sentenced to death. Nicholas Massa, 18, was visiting a friend at Ryan Place apartments near campus on Feb. 7 when three suspects barged in and demanded money, police said. Massa, a Kent State freshman, was shot and killed. A Portage County jury convicted 19-year-old Damantae D. Graham, of Akron, of aggravated murder, aggravated burlgarly and kidnapping. Jurors recommended he be sentenced to death. On Tuesday, Portage County Common Pleas Judge Laurie J. Pittman officially sentenced Graham to the death penalty. The three other suspects in the case have pretrial hearing this week. The trial is set to start on Nov. 22. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Three indicted in robbery, murder of KSU student - March 19, 2016
    A Portage County grand jury on Wednesday handed up a six-count indictment against three men accused of murdering a Kent State University student during a robbery on Super Bowl Sunday. At least one of the three could face the death penalty as a result of his alleged crimes. Damantae D. Graham, 19, of Akron; Marquis C.T. Grier, 17, of Massillon; and Ty A. Kremling, 17, of 2269 Caffery Court, Stow, are charged with one count each of aggravated murder, aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, and three counts of kidnapping. The charges are the result of a Kent Police Department investigation into the shooting death of Nicholas W. Massa, an 18-year-old KSU freshman from Westlake who was slain in an off-campus apartment during an attempted robbery on Feb. 7. Graham was an adult at the time of the alleged crimes, making him eligible for the death penalty under Ohio law, Portage County Prosecutor Victor Vigluicci said. Grier and Kremling, who were juveniles at the time, are not eligible for the death penalty, but could receive a maximum prison term of life with parole eligibility after 35 years.

    “Shouldn’t have did that:” 17 years in prison for (black) Tony Nollie, convicted in shooting death of (white partner) Melody Helgren
Tony NollieMelody HelgrenMILWAUKEE — 53-year-old Tony Nollie, charged in connection with the shooting death of Melody Helgren, which occurred on June 16th near Sherman and Rohr has been sentenced to prison. Nollie in September pleaded guilty to one felony count of second degree reckless homicide, penalties for felonies – Class D felony, use of a dangerous weapon. In court on Tuesday, November 15th, Nollie was sentenced to serve 17 years in prison and eight years extended supervision. A criminal complaint filed against Nollie says 48-year-old Helgren was found lying on the floor of a home — suffering from a gunshot wound to her head. Helgren was pronounced dead at the hospital. An autopsy determined Helgren died as a result of that gunshot wound to her head, and her death was ruled a homicide. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Riverside Authorities Arrest (black 'monster') in Murder of (White) 21-Year-Old Long Beach Man Last Week
Dante Danil CarterEric Thomas BurnistonDante Danil Carter, 35, was taken into custody without incident by investigators assigned to the Riverside Sheriff’s Department-Central Homicide Unit at 11:45PM on Saturday, November 12, according to a release. He was later booked into custody at the Robert Presley Detention Center. Authorities said that on Friday, November 11 at 2:24AM, deputies with the RCSD Lake Elsinore Station responded to a “man down” call near Mojeska Summit and Squaw Mountain in the unincorporated area of Temescal Canyon. Upon arrival, they found Long Beach resident Eric Thomas Burniston, 21, dead at the scene with traumatic injuries. Burniston was a Millikan High School alumnus, according to his Facebook page. On Sunday, a GoFundMe account was created to support his family, according to the site. - (Black-on-white)
   

    3 cowardly black thugs beat 87-year-old (White) woman in Highlands
black thugblack thugblack thug87-year-old Gloria CheeverLOUISVILLE, Ky. – LMPD is searching for three suspects accused of beating and robbing two elderly people in the Highlands within the past week. 87-year-old Gloria Cheever was returning to her home last Tuesday night when she says three men approached her, one of them carrying a rifle. "The man that was seated, stood up and the other two came closer and they had a rifle and they were poking it at my chest and so I just grabbed it to get it away from, so they wouldn't shoot me and then they started hitting me and just beating me up," Cheever said. Cheever says she has cancer and was returning from a night at Gilda’s Club. Cheever says the men stole her purse.
She woke up in the street and spent days in the hospital recovering from the attack. "They fractured my shoulder, arm, and fractured inside my nose, which made it bleed in the top of my head," Cheever said. "My face was just black and blue all over."
LMPD says just three days later less than a mile away in the 1400 block of Highland Avenue, a 66-year-old man was also beaten by who they believe are the same suspects. Police say the suspects struck the man in the back of his head with a shotgun and demanded money. "It’s one thing to rob somebody, which is not good in itself, but when you are actually assaulting elderly people, with weapons that is very disturbing," Lt. James Cirillo said.
Lt. Cirillo says their detectives have increased patrols in the area and are canvassing the neighborhood for witnesses or surveillance video. "The description we have right now is very vague, we've been given 3 black males, wearing all black, in their 20s, armed, at least one of them armed with what is described as a shot gun or a rifle or some other type of long gun, and the only other description we have is in the second incident on Highland was that the suspects fled in an older model white car, " - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Woman who survived kidnapping and rape (by stinking black savage) has message for others
Godfrey K. Kirui Terra MayKANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A metro woman who survived a harrowing attack after being kidnapped is speaking out with a message to anyone else who might find themselves in the same situation: Fight to the very end. Prosecutors charged 24-year-old Godfrey K. Kirui after they say he stole a car with a woman still inside, drove off, and raped her on Sunday. That night out turned into a nightmare when Terra May found herself trapped with a complete stranger. The 22-year-old woman was waiting in her unlocked, running car as her fiancé walked back into Club Aura to find a friend. "Someone got into the car. I didn’t even look up to see because I just thought it was my fiancé getting back in and so I didn’t even lift my head up," May said. May said he hit the curb. She then looked up to see a man she’d never seen in her life. Courts documents say Kirui took the wheel and drove down 39th street. "I’m going to get you home. I’m going to get you home. That’s all he kept saying. I said you don't even know where my home is," she said. That’s when May began to fight. She threw a punch, Kirui did the same. Documents say she yanked the steering and crashed the car into a tree near Gillham Road. Instead of running, May said Kirui raped her. "I was kicking and he just overpowered me. There was nothing I could do. I was screaming at the top of my lungs hoping someone would hear me," May said. When police arrived, documents say Kirui threw May out of the car, jumped back in, and tried to drive off. He was taken into custody. "I knew if I didn’t do something, he was going to hurt me or kill me or everything," she said. May’s message through this harrowing ordeal: find the strength to fight to the very end. Kirui was charged with rape and assault. He is held on a $150,000 cash bond. - (Black-on-white)

    Alleged trigger man arrested in shooting death of Lady Lake man at Wal-Mart
Roderick D. HaynesScott Bernard ThomasMark Allen EstesA 24-year-old man has been arrested as the suspected trigger man in the September shooting death of a Lady Lake man at Wal-Mart in Fruitland Park. Roderick D. Haynes of Leesburg was being held without bond on a charge of felony murder this morning at the Lake County Jail. He was arrested on a warrant that identifies him as the man who fired the fatal shot that claimed the life of 44-year-old Mark Allen Estes on Sept. 19 in the parking lot of the store. A drug deal appeared to have preceded the shooting. Haynes is believed to have been one of the occupants of a red Toyota from which shots were fired. Surveillance showed the vehicle fled the scene and Estes was left for dead in the parking lot. Scott Bernard Thomas, 24, also of Leesburg, had been arrested in September on a charge of third degree felony murder. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man released from jail three months ago charged in Williamsport double homicide (of White mother and son)
Jordan A. RawlsJoseph Sentore Coleman Jr.Kristine Kibler and Shane WrightWILLIAMSPORT — A Philadelphia native who had been released from prison three months ago has been charged with the murder of a mother and her adult son in their Williamsport residence on Halloween night. Jordan Adonis Rawls, 24, turned himself in to city police Friday evening after learning he was a person of interest in the double homicide. Still sought for the murders of Kristine Kibler, 50, and her son, Shane Wright, 25, is Joseph Sentore Coleman Jr., 25, who has a record of drug arrests in Lycoming County. The arrest affidavit alleges Rawls and Coleman planned to rob Wright in the half of double house in the 600 block of Poplar Street in which he, his mother and others lived. A third man, who is cooperating with the police, told them he had been coerced by Coleman, who previously had threatened to kill him and his family for testifying against him in a 2013 robbery case. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Police Probe Mother and Son Shooting Deaths
    WILLIAMSPORT, LYCOMING COUNTY ---Police in Williamsport continue to probe the shooting deaths of a mother and son. They were killed last night inside their home. Not willing to show her identity but willing to tell her story a family friend laid and hung roses on the door step of 50-year-old Kristine Kibler and 25-year-old Shane Wright's home. "It's just so sad that we not lost only one but we lost two." At around nine-thirty Monday night Wright's sister said someone came inside the 613 poplar street unannounced. Hearing a commotion she went outside of her bedroom and saw her mom in a head lock with a person in a ski mask the daughter says - minutes later both family members were shot.

    4 arrested in connection to Chesterfield County homicide
Darrius A. EllissuspectsuspectsuspectJon-Eric Schwartz VCHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — The Chesterfield County Police Department has arrested four suspects, including two juveniles, in connection to a homicide that occurred earlier this month. At about 5:28 a.m. on November 1, police responded to the 2900 block of Galena Avenue for a reported shooting. Upon arrival police located 30-year-old Jon-Eric Schwartz V suffering from a gunshot wound. He was transported to an area hospital where he later died. On Thursday, as part of a collaborative effort involving the Chesterfield County Police Department, Rowan County Sheriffs Office, Salisbury Police Department, Spencer City Police Department, and the local office of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, law enforcement officers in Salisbury, North Carolina executed multiple search warrants at the residences of identified suspects. All four suspects were taken into custody and charged with first-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony. Two of the suspects are juveniles. The two adults who have been arrested are 21-year-old Darrius A. Ellis of Salisbury, N.C. and 18-year-old Najee T. Palmer. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man allegedly stabs, sets fire to (white) pregnant girlfriend, kills (White) parents in Old Jefferson triple slaying
Jatory EvansSydney HansonDwayne Hanson and Samantha HansonAuthorities have arrested a local man accused of killing his estranged girlfriend and her parents Monday and setting fire to their home in Old Jefferson, a grisly rampage that included the slaying of a 7-month-old fetus. The suspect, Jatory Evans, 28, stabbed and set fire to his pregnant girlfriend, Sydney Hanson, in her upstairs bedroom and fatally shot her parents, the authorities said. Hanson's mother, Samantha Hanson, was said to have been stabbed about two dozen times and shot five times. Her father, Dwayne Hanson, was shot twice. Sydney Hanson, 20, obtained a restraining order last month requiring Evans to stay at least 300 feet away from her. That document was found underneath Sydney Hanson's body at the crime scene. "We believe that she was intentionally set on fire in her bedroom," the sheriff said. "There were a number of books and other accelerant materials stacked on top of her body." Evans had been dating Sydney Hanson, and he was the father of the of the unborn child, officials said. A search warrant obtained by the authorities said Evans had become "extremely controlling and abusive in the relationship," and it referred to a recent run-in Evans had with Hanson's father at the River Road residence. Sydney Hanson had been scheduled to attend a baby shower at 11 a.m. Monday. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    White Man beaten by pack of blacks on West Side while black onlookers yell, 'Don't vote for Trump' speaks out
suspectsuspectsuspectsuspectDavid WilcoxCHICAGO -- Chicago police are searching for the people seen brutally beating a driver on the West Side. Video of the attack sparked outrage across the country. The video shows 49-year-old David Wilcox under attack by a group of teenagers who pulled him out of his car in the 1100-block of South Kedzie Avenue in the city's North Lawndale neighborhood. "Twenty people on both sides of the bus stop, plus all the cars, but no one did anything to help," Wilcox said. Police said it started after a traffic-related argument Wednesday afternoon in the city's North Lawndale neighborhood. Wilcox said when he asked the female driver of the other car about her insurance, she threw a punch. "I wasn't expecting that and the next thing I knew there were three men coming from, I believe, the backseat and I was getting hit from all sides," he said. In the video, the Wilcox is seen on the ground getting punched and kicked repeatedly by two men as another in the group goes through his car. He is later seen holding onto his car as it's driven away by one of the suspects. "He was swerving, trying to get me off, and I knew if I let go then I was dead," Wilcox said. - (Black-on-white)

    Three children without a mother after history of domestic violence leads to murder in Wadena
Antonio St. MarieMargaret St. MarieEmilee, Antonio Jr. and MalikWADENA, Minn. --- A history of Domestic Violence has apparently lead to murder in Wadena, Minnesota and left 3 children without a mother. Twenty-seven-year old Margaret St. Marie is dead and her husband, Antonio St. Marie faces a probable cause charge of murder. Formal charges are pending. He remains hospitalized following a chase and crash. It happened here, in Antonio and Margaret St. Marie’s second floor apartment at 310 Bryant Avenue in Wadena. Margaret was shot dead and Antonio fled the scene in his vehicle. He was chased by police, until he crashed west of town and was captured.
But a search of court records shows there was trouble behind the closed doors of the St. Marie’s home. Just last week, Antonio was charged with Felony Domestic Assault. He allegedly accused Margaret of cheating on him and roughed her up. Antonio was already on probation for another Felony Domestic Assault and Terroristic Threats conviction in 2012 Sadly, he was under a court order stemming from last week’s charge to have no contact with his wife. However, police were not called until a gunshot was heard and his wife, Margaret was dead and the couple’s 3 young children were without a mother. Authorities have not released the condition of Antonio St. Marie. But the State Patrol reports the driver of the vehicle St. Marie hit during that crash and crash was 55-year old Jeffrey Reinhart of Park Rapids, Minnesota. The Patrol reported that Reinhart did not received life threatening injuries. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Deputies: (white blonde cheerleader) killed in allegedly 'accidental' shooting by her (black) boyfriend
Jason Rashon TenorCortney SmithAn 18-year-old West Iredell High graduate was shot and killed by her boyfriend Monday with a gun he didn’t think was loaded, officials said. Cortney Smith, 18, was pronounced dead at the scene after medical personnel were unable to revive her, according to Iredell County Sheriff’s Maj. Andy Poteat. Poteat said Smith’s boyfriend, Jason Rashon Tenor, 21, was handling a handgun left by a friend at a home in the 100 block of Tree Line Drive. The magazine was taken out of the gun, Poteat said, but the firearm was still loaded. Poteat said Tenor pulled the trigger intentionally, not thinking the gun would fire, and a bullet struck Smith. Tenor, of Wedgewood Road, Statesville, has been charged with felony involuntary manslaughter. During investigation, deputies discovered marijuana and drug paraphernalia on Tenor’s possession, Poteat said. Tenor was charged with possession of both, but Poteat said marijuana consumption is not believed to be a factor in Smith’s death. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Shock Video: Black Mob Viciously Beats White Trump Voter - (Drudge) - (Black-on-white)

    Cops announce massive reward increase in East Atlanta Village killing - White man gunned down fighting with a black burglar
Jonathan Alexander (Alex) Newtonblack killerAtlanta police on Wednesday announced a huge increase in the reward in the death of Alex Newton, an East Atlanta Village resident. The reward officially now stands at $25,000, which is more than 12 times the typical reward offered in metro Atlanta cases. Newton was reportedly gunned down while fighting with a burglar in his apartment at the Alexan EAV complex on Oct. 31. His brother, Trey Newton, created an online fundraiser to increase the reward, bringing in more than $32,000 It wasn't immediately clear if the rest of the money will be approved to add to the reward through Crime Stoppers. The family is working closely with police on the case and reward. The crime has rocked the East Atlanta Village community, which is generally considered safer than some areas of the city. Police have released security camera footage of a man they're calling a wanted suspect. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • UPDATE | Family members of Alex Newton speak out days after his death
  • Thomson man killed in Atlanta home invasion
    A Thomson native was killed Oct. 31 when he walked in on an intruder in his Atlanta apartment. Jonathan Alexander (Alex) Newton, 30, came home for lunch at his apartment at the Alexan EAV on Metropolitan Ave. in Atlanta and was shot multiple times by a burglar who fled the scene. Newton worked with his brother Trey at Newton Construction Group in Atlanta.
  • For Crime Stoppers Reward (Alex) - (gofundme)
    My name is Trey Newton and on Halloween day my little brother Alex was murdered. Alex walked in on a home invader at his appartment when he went home for lunch. The perpitrator then shot him to death before running. There is a video of a person of interest. We are trying to raise money to add to the CRIME STOPPERS reward money so that this perpetrator doesnt stay on the run for long.

    22-Year-Old Chesco Man Arrested For Murder In Broad Daylight: DA
Kevin Paul JalbertSheron "Ryda" Purnell A 22-year-old Coatesville man has been arrested for the murder of a man on October 3. Sheron "Ryda" Purnell has been cahrged with first degree murder in shotting death of Kevin Jalbert, the Chester County District Attorney's Office announced Wednesday. "This type of violence is inexcusable," said Coatesville Police Chief Jack Lauter. "The good citizens of Coatesville are outraged by a daytime shooting that endangers children." The incident occurred at around 6:39 p.m. on October 3 near 6th Avenue and Belmont Street, according to a criminal complaint. Jalbert had allegedly been walking down the street when he came upon a group of juveniles. He yelled at the kids, who walked away from him, the DA's office said. That's when Purnell arrived and confronted Jalbert, the complaint states. At first they just exchanged words, but then after a time, Purnell pulled out a black semi-automatic handgun and shot Jalbert several times, authorities said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Victim in Burnsville Dollar Tree Shooting ID'd; Charges Expected Wednesday
Grant HendricksonWeeping AngelAuthorities have identified the man shot and killed Monday afternoon at the Burnsville Dollar Tree. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office identified the victim as 69-year-old Donald Hortsch of Rosemount. Hortsch died of a gunshot wound to the head. Initial reports indicate Hortsch was a customer at the Dollar Tree. The Dakota County Attorney's Office expects to file charges against the alleged shooter, 27-year-old Grant Hendrickson of South St. Paul, by Wednesday afternoon. Burnsville police say about 12:15 p.m. Hendrickson shot Hortsch and another person inside the store. The second victim remains hospitalized, but is expected to survive. That person, who has not been identified, is believed to be an acquaintance of a store employee. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Accused killer of (White female) Alabaster store clerk captured in predawn raid
Tracy Latty AlgarMichael Anthony PowellA felon just released from prison in 2015 after serving 17 years for robbery is now charged in the brutal slaying of an Alabaster store clerk. A SWAT team made up of Alabaster police and Shelby County sheriff's deputies stormed the apartment of 43-year-old Michael Anthony Powell shortly after 5 a.m. They tossed a stun grenade, or flashbang, into the ground-floor unit and captured Powell while he was asleep in his bed. Powell is charged with capital murder in the Oct. 30 shooting death of Kirkland Chevron clerk Tracy Latty Algar, 54. She was gunned down five days ago during a holdup inside the First Street North store. Police said she was taken into the store restroom and shot execution-style in the top of the head, all for just a couple hundred dollars. "This was a brutal crime,'' said Alabaster police Chief Curtis Rigney. "We were in shock. Our citizens were in shock. It hurt. We needed to get this guy in custody quickly and get him off the street." - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black ex-con) Suspect identified in shooting of (White) former tourism director
Johnny Lee ColemanRoland LoogThe suspect taken into custody in the shooting on Friday of former Alachua County tourism director Roland Loog was identified and charged with attempted murder, according to an Alachua County Sheriff's Office report. More information surrounding the shooting also was included in the report. Johnny Lee Coleman, 27, of 100 NE First St., was identified as the suspect taken into custody Friday evening after police allege he shot the man who picked him up and took him to the Sweetwater Preserve before stealing his car and leading police on a high-speed chase. Around 3 p.m. Friday, Gainesville police and the Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a carjacking that occurred at the Sweetwater Preserve. When police and deputies arrived, they found 69-year-old Loog, who served as director of Visit Gainesville for many years, bleeding from a gunshot wound that entered his arm and exited through his chest, the report said. Loog told police the shooter had stolen his Subaru Legacy, and police began a search for the stolen vehicle. Loog was taken to UF Health Shands Hospital for treatment of a non-life threatening gunshot wound. Coleman has been convicted of several felonies, including sex offense involving a minor. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black ex-con to be sentenced for shooing (White) man to death during drug deal
Michael Eugene George JrKarlton WaechterThe sentencing for Michael George, who was convicted of first-degree murder and other charges last week, has been scheduled for Nov. 7. A jury on Friday found Michael Eugene George, Jr., 34, guilty of first-degree murder, attempted possession with intent to distribute at least 3.5 grams but less than 100 grams of methamphetamine, attempted aggravated robbery for trying to take money and/or narcotics by force or threat of bodily harm while armed with a semi-automatic handgun, aggravated assault or battery, and criminal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. All of the charges stem from the April 19, 2015, shooting death of 21-year-old Karlton Waechter. The prosecution’s case focused heavily on eyewitness testimony and evidence found at or near the scene of the shooting that pointed to George first attempting to rob Mariah Duran, Garden City, of a half-ounce of methamphetamine, then threatening her and hitting her with a gun before shooting Waechter and fleeing the scene. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Boston (Blackie wearing a GPS bracelet) Arrested In Fatal Everett Shooting (of white man over pot deal)
Gary Duff-Turcotte at 12 years oldKeith HerringEVERETT — A Boston man is under arrest in the fatal shooting of a man in broad daylight Sunday afternoon. Keith Herring, 27, was arrested Monday morning and charged with murder, armed robbery, carjacking, and unlawful possession of a firearm. The Middlesex District Attorney’s Office said Herring shot and killed Gary Duff-Turcotte, 21, of Stoneham, just after 2 p.m. near Ferry and Chelsea Streets. “It was two gunshots, I believe ” one witness said. “It was a black male and a black female that stole their vehicle.” Turcotte was taken to Whidden Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. “The guy that got shot, he ran up to the street and that’s when he had fallen right there, and he had said to the girlfriend, ‘I can’t breathe, I can’t breathe,’” a witness said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    DNA links (Texas black male prostitute) felon to (white, gay) Chicago theater director's slaying in 2003
Ramon SmithBrad Nelson WintersAfter a 2003 night out drinking in the Boystown area, theater director Brad Nelson Winters kissed a friend good night, put her in a cab and stopped at a convenience store near his apartment to buy cigarettes, friends say. No one ever heard from the up-and-coming theater director again. After he didn't show up at his job at Northwestern University, Winters was found dead in his bloodied apartment two days later with stab wounds to his naked, decomposing body. The 38-year-old had also been strangled. On Friday, more than 13 years later, authorities alleged Winters was killed by Ramon Smith, a laborer now living in Dallas who has an extensive criminal history with convictions for aggravated robbery, assault, prostitution and theft. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • DNA Links Texas Man To Chicago Cold-Case Murder, Prosecutors Say
    Bradley Nelson Winters, 51, was found dead in his Lincoln Park apartment on Aug. 19, 2003, after he failed to appear for work at Northwestern University for several days, Assistant State's Attorney Jullian Brevard said during a bond hearing Friday. Winters lay naked and unresponsive in a pool of blood, prosecutors said. He'd been strangled and stabbed multiple times, according to an autopsy.
  • New questions raised about Winters' murder - August 18, 2004
    Winters' murder received additional attention last spring, when another gay man was stabbed to death in his apartment. Kevin Clewer, 31, was stabbed more than 40 times in his Boystown apartment on the 3400 block of North Elaine Place. No one has been arrested in either crime. Both men were seen by witnesses in or around the same Boystown bar, Little Jim's on North Halsted Street, shortly before their murders. Clewer's family has been blanketing the gay community in Chicago with sketches of the suspect and photos of Clewer in hopes of finding someone who recognizes Fernando. They passed out fliers at the Gay Pride parade...
   

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    Black man, white woman - what could go wrong? (Murder-suicide)
Raymond HastingsMonica RhineLAFAYETTE, Ind. — Police may never piece together why Raymond Hastings shot a woman three times before turning the 9 mm handgun on himself. An investigation has revealed, however, that Hastings and his victim, Monica Rhine, were in a relationship and had separated only days before the murder-suicide, although it's unclear if the breakup served as motivation for the killing. “(There are) some questions we have that we’re never going to have the answers to,” Lt. Ryan Phillips, a detective in Lafayette Police Department’s criminal investigations unit, said Tuesday. Co-workers at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store in Crawfordsville, where Rhine was an employee, called police to request a well-being check at her home in the 3200 block of Chaucer Drive, where the couple’s bodies were found Saturday roughly six to eight hours after the shooting, Phillips said. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Gresham 18-year-old charged with murder
Jamaine Laray Oliver Jr. Christopher Moss JrPORTLAND, Ore. – Jamaine Laray Oliver Jr. will be arraigned Tuesday on a grand jury indictment that charges him with murder. According to court records, the indictment was filed Monday against the 18-year-old accused killer. Detectives assigned to the Gresham Police Department arrested Oliver in late October. Police officers responded to reports of a shooting at Northeast 162nd Avenue and Northeast Glisan Street on October 27. They found 19-year-old Christopher Moss on the ground suffering from a gunshot wound when they arrived. Moss was taken to the hospital but he died. According to court documents, there was an altercation between Moss and Oliver after a separate robbery allegation that involved three minors. Oliver has no adult criminal convictions, but has been previously arrested as a juvenile. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Four (blacks) arrested in connection with shooting death of (White) MSU student
Jaylen M. BarkerJoseph TillmanJamario PippinsTyler HarrisBrandon SherrodSTARKVILLE, Miss. - Four men have been arrested in connection with the death of a Mississippi State University student who was found shot in a yard in Starkville Sunday. 21-year-old Joseph Tillman, a senior marketing major, from the Delta town of Schlater, was shot and killed during an attempted robbery Sunday in Starkville's Cotton District. Oktibbeha County Coroner Michael Hunt says an ambulance was called around 2:30 a.m. Sunday to Maxwell Street near the StaggerIn Sports Grill. According to Hunt, the body was found in the yard of a home that apparently had been converted into apartments. He says the body has been sent off for an autopsy. 20-year-old Jaylen M. Barker has been charged with murder with a bond of $1,000,000. 22-year-old Jamario Pippins, 16-year-old Tyler Harris and 19-year-old Brandon Sherrod were also charged with murder, as an accessory, each with a bond of $500,000. Authorities say that all four men are from Columbus/Lowndes County. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black Suspects Sought In Abbeville Homicide (of White man)
Robert Crooms JuniorKenton Croomswhite female accomplice or whoreEric StansburyABBEVILLE, La. --- The Abbeville Police Department is searching for three suspects wanted for a homicide on Oak Street. Eric Stansbury of Texas was found murdered inside his vehicle. Investigators are searching for Robert Crooms Junior, Kenton Crooms, and an unknown white female. Robert Crooms Jr. should be considered armed and dangerous. If you know where these people are or if you have any information, contact Abbeville Police. The photo of the truck attached was used by the suspects on or about the time of the homicide. APD is no longer searching for this vehicle. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    (White) Man shot, killed (by black) during attempted robbery in Norfolk
black killerMichael A. RaetherNORFOLK, Va. – Officers responded to a fatal shooting that happened in the 7800 block of Ogden Avenue. The call about a possible gunshot victim came in on Saturday, just before 3 a.m. When officers arrived, they found a man suffering from a single gunshot wound. Medics took the man to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, where he later died from his injuries. The victim has been identified as 25-year-old Michael A. Raether. His last known residence was on a Norfolk-based Naval ship. According to police, a preliminary investigation shows that Raether was the target of an attempted robbery. During the robbery, the suspect shot the victim and ran away. The suspect is described as a black male with a light complexion. He was last seen wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt. - (Black-on-white)
   

    UK: 'I am constantly terrified': Victim hits out at decision to let Somalian rapist stay in Scotland
Abdalla Ali HemedAngela CouttsA VILE rapist is using human rights laws to avoid being deported from Scotland. Abdalla Ali Hemed was convicted of raping two women in 2008 and assaulting two others with intent to rape. One of his victims was aged 17 and was forced to run naked through the streets of Aberdeen to escape Hemed’s clutches. The judge who jailed him for nine years called Hemed “a danger to women” and ordered that he should be deported to Somalia following his release. But after completing his sentence, Hemed launched a legal challenge to his deportation, arguing his human rights would be breached if he was returned to his home country. Hemed, 52, received almost £70,000 from the Scottish Legal Aid Board to fight his case. Last week, judges at the Court of Session ruled in his favour, allowing him to stay in Scotland. One of his victims, Angela Coutts, has waived her right to anonymity and has spoken out, calling for Hemed to be expelled from the country. She was raped during a party at his flat in Aberdeen in 2004. She passed out and then fled naked after waking to find herself being attacked. She got pregnant and was forced to have an abortion. Angela is devastated Hemed is to be allowed to stay in Scotland. - (Black-on-white)

    Police arrest (black) rape suspect in racially motivated attack (on White woman)
Lee HarrisPITTSBURGH - A man who police say raped a woman in a racially motivated attack has been arrested. Lee Harris, 47, was arrested early Saturday morning with the assistance of a SWAT team and the Sex Assault/Family Violence Unit. Harris is facing multiple charges including indecent assault by force, unlawful restraint, possession of an instrument of crime, simple assault and terroristic threats. The woman told police she had spoken with Harris on several occasions, but did not have a friendship or a relationship with him. The woman was walking home on Sept. 18 when she passed Harris and he started walking with her, which she said had occurred before. The victim told police Harris pulled a knife from his pocket, put it to her neck and ordered her to walk to an abandoned building, where he assaulted her. The woman told police that when she asked Harris why he was doing this to her, he replied, “Because you’re white.” Pittsburgh police said in a release that officers determined around 12:30 a.m. Saturday that Harris was in an apartment in the 5200 block of Gertrude Street in Hazelwood. SWAT was called to the scene, and Harris was taken into custody around 2:30 a.m. after he was found in a basement. Police said Harris refused commands by police and a K-9 unit was utilized. Harris was taken to UPMC Mercy, where a bite to his lower right leg was treated before he was transported to the Allegheny County Jail. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) woman found murdered) police are looking for her black ex-boyfriend
Weeping AngelLamont Brandon JohnsonAfter discovering a woman dead in her apartment Wednesday, Taylor Mill police said Friday that the death has been ruled a homicide. Trina Coleman, 34, was found dead Wednesday in her third-floor apartment in the 700 block of Sharon Drive, police said. Investigators initially called the death "suspicious." The Kentucky Medical Examiner ruled the death a homicide, and police are now seeking Lamont Brandon Johnson in connection with her death. Investigators said they believe Johnson is Coleman's ex-boyfriend. Johnson has not been charged with any crime, police said. Johnson does have an active felony warrant for 1st-degree fleeing police stemming from an incident in August after Covington Police were led on a high-speed chase. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Arrest made in 3-year-old murder case in Mobile
Reginald BlevinsJoseph “Joey” O’BrienMOBILE, AL - A man profiled on FOX10 Fugitive Files last year has been arrested for a murder in downtown Mobile that's been unsolved for three years. Reginald Blevins has been charged in the shooting death of Joseph O'Brien. Mobile Police say Blevins was arrested after new evidence presented to a grand jury revealed he murdered Joseph O'Brien, known to friends as Joey. They say O'Brien was found shot to death in October of 2013 in the parking lot of the post office at the corner of Springhill Avenue and Broad Street. More than 80 charges are listed in Blevins arrest history, including three charges of first degree robbery. Father John Lynes is the pastor of Little Flower Catholic Church, which O'Brien attended. When asked what his reaction was when he heard about the arrest, Father Lynes said, "It brought up the memories. Again, we all loved Joey here." Lynes also said, "I'd just be glad that if this is the person that did it and they'd never do it to anybody else." Three years ago, dozens of mourners attended O'Brien's wake and funeral. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Suspect in fatal Queens sucker-punch bragged about attack in public Facebook posts - (White man died)
Patrick GormanMathew Smith and Elena MakarovaA Queens man wanted for fatally sucker punching a 64-year-old man posted on Facebook just hours after the brutal blow that he “had to put my hands on somebody last night.” Cops are now hunting for Mathew Smith, 42, who is accused of pouncing on Patrick Gorman, 64, at the intersection of Queens Blvd. and Main St. in Kew Gardens just after midnight on June 26. “I had to bring him back down off of that cloud he was sittin' on,” Smith wrote on Facebook. “I garrantee (sic) you before he opens his mouth next time he'll think about it.” Investigators believe Gorman bumped into Smith’s wife and said "I'm sorry, excuse me," — only to be punched out by Smith. Gorman was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital, then transferred to Jamaica Hospital, where he died later that day. A tipster also came forward to identify Smith and his wife, Elena Makarova, 39.
   
   

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    (Black) Former Fort Bliss soldier sentenced in attack on first (white) wife, murder of second (white wife)
Mariza ShaffaGeomel ShaffaChristina BukovcikA former U.S. Army soldier on Wednesday pleaded guilty to the fatally stabbing his wife, herself a private first class stationed at Fort Bliss, and for previously pushing his former wife off a balcony, leaving her paralyzed. Geomel Shaffa pleaded guilty to one count each of murder and aggravated assault against a family member with a weapon. He was sentenced to 50 years in prison on each count. The sentences will be served concurrently. The plea hearing was held in the 409th District Court with Judge Sam Medrano Jr. presiding. As part of the plea agreement, a charge of aggravated assault against a public servant and three other counts of assault against a public servant in two separate 2016 arrests were dismissed. Shaffa allegedly stabbed his wife Pfc. Christina Bukovcik, who was 20 years-old at the time, with a knife several times at the High Vista Apartments, 5041 Alabama, on Dec. 4, 2014, according to court documents. The two had been recently married. Bukovcik died from the injuries she sustained in the stabbing. Shaffa was later arrested in Arizona in connection with Bukovcik’s death. Several onths before the murder, Shaffa allegedly pushed his then-wife Mariza Shaffa, a 21 year-old Fort Bliss soldier, off a third-story balcony during an argument on Oct. 26, 2013, according to court documents. Mariza Shaffa suffered several injuries, including a broken upper back, a fractured skull with bleeding in the brain, a collapsed right lung and fractured ribs. Mariza Shaffa was given the chance to address her former husband. She is raising a 4 year-old son, and Geomel Shaffa is the boy's father.

Bukovcik’s mother called Geomel Shaffa “a cold-blooded murderer” and said 50 years in prison was not enough. “You are and will always be a cold-blooded murderer,” she said during her victim impact statement. “You are the lowest of the low. My family wishes and prays you only go through suffering like you put my daughter through. I don’t feel 50 years is enough for what you did to my daughter.” She continued, “I will fight for my daughter to make sure you stay behind bars for all 50 years.” - (Black-on-white)

   
   

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    DNA evidence linked crime scenes in Zionsville murder, IMPD district office shootings - racist black murdered 82-year-old White man
Damoine WilcoxsonJohn "Jac" ClementsINDIANAPOLIS - DNA evidence played a crucial role in the apprehension of a murder suspect Monday. Damoine Wilcoxson is accused of several high-profile crimes, from the murder of a Zionsville man to shooting at police district offices. He was arrested Monday after an hours-long standoff with police, during which time he's accused of firing shots at officers while his young child was with him inside the apartment. Wilcoxson's own alleged crime spree is what helped police link him to these crimes. The bullets fired at IMPD's Northwest District were a ballistics match to those fired at north district and those used in the killing of 82-year-old John "Jac" Clements in Zionsville. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Brutal sucker-punch (by black thug) leads to (White) man’s death
Patrick GormansuspectsThe NYPD is looking for a killer who walked up to a stranger and punched him for apparently no reason. Authorities are looking for two suspects in connection with the sucker punch attack of a Queens man just after midnight on June 26th. His family says he had taken a bus home after attending a Baltimore Orioles game. The NYPD released new surveillance video Wednesday of the assault, which police said happened outside 64-year-old Patrick Gorman’s home on the corner of Queens Boulevard and Main Street just after midnight on June 26. In the video, police said a man can be seen approaching Gorman and punching him in the head, knocking him to the ground. The man is then joined by a woman and calmly walks away as Gorman is seen struggling to get up. Gorman was taken to Jamaica Hospital, where he died nine hours later after suffering a stroke and brain hemorrhage. Police said this was an accidental encounter that ended in the punch and that the victim did not know his attacker.
The deeply religious man — a member of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs in Forest Hills — had just returned from the game when he was sucker punched near his apartment. “It looks like they are laughing it off,” Gorman Palilla said of the surveillance footage. Police described the first suspect as a black man in his 30s with short hair. He was seen wearing a white T-shirt, black shorts, sneakers and was holding a black bag. Investigators believe the woman is his girlfriend. She was described as having short hair with glasses and was seen wearing a white T-shirt, jeans and sandals. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    (Black) Man Arrested For Capital Murder (of White woman) Outside Medieval Times
Lonzell HunterMartha TeranDALLAS – Dallas Police have arrested Lonzell Hunter, 22, for capital murder in the shooting death Sunday evening of Martha Teran, 42. Hunter’s bond is set at $500,000. Police said Teran was meeting up with Hunter after connecting on a selling website, to sell her cell phone to him. Deputy Chief Thomas Castro said Hunter took Teran’s cell phone, shot her and took off. Teran was rushed to a hospital shortly after 6:00 p.m. Sunday where she was pronounced dead. Police said late Wednesday afternoon they are looking at the possibility of other suspects in the case. Teran was a real estate agent at Gilchrist and Company, where her boss Tom Gilchrist remembers her as a hard worker. “She was a quiet no nonsense gal. Just a gentle spirit. Always smiling. Always loving on her kids,” said Gilchrist. “She was planning a trip to Colorado with her family soon.” - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Suspect arrested in Monticello gas station shooting (of White man)
Hunter Roberts LaneyCharles DobbinsMONTICELLO, Ark. - According to Monticello Live, Charles Dobbins, 37, was arrested Sunday on probable charges of first degree murder. Arkansas State Police say a Pine Bluff man has been killed in a shooting at a gas station in Monticello. State police say 25-year-old Hunter Laney was shot shortly after 2 a.m. Saturday as he sat in the driver's seat of his vehicle outside the station on U.S. Highway 278. State police say the shooting appears to be related to a dispute that began earlier at a nightclub in Monticello and that a sport utility vehicle had followed Laney onto the parking lot and someone inside the SUV began shooting into Laney's vehicle. A woman who was with Laney was wounded and taken to a hospital in undisclosed condition while a third person in Laney's vehicle was not injured. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man charged in July homicide at Laurel motel
Kenneth DiggsAmanda DuerHoward County police arrested 47-year-old Kenneth Diggs Friday for his role in a homicide and attempted murder at a Laurel hotel in July. On July 2, police responded to a shooting at the Turf Motel in Laurel. Officers found two victims suffering from gunshot wounds. Amanda Duer, 29, was transported to Laurel Regional Hospital where she was pronounced dead. Derick Henderson (aka Derick DeAnthony Henderson), 33, was transported to Shock Trauma with a gunshot wound to the leg. He was later released. Police believe Diggs and the victims knew each other and were involved in a dispute. According to witnesses, Diggs entered the victims' motel room and fired shots at both Duer and Henderson. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    (Black) Man in black Fedora hat sought in slaying of (White female) 54-year-old Alabaster store clerk
Tracy Latty Algarblack suspectA clerk killed during a Sunday-morning holdup at an Alabaster store was shot to death, and now police are asking for the public's help finding a person of interest in the case who may have been jogging on U.S. 31 in a black fedora hat. Authorities today identified the victim as Tracy Latty Algar, of Pelham. She was 54, and had worked at Kirkland Chevron at First Street North, which is U.S. 31, for about a year. Algar was pronounced dead on the scene at 11:35 a.m. Her body was taken to the Alabama Department of Forensic Science in Montgomery for autopsy. Rigney today said he was seen in the area of the Chevron between 10:45 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. on Sunday. He is described as a black male, about 5-feet, 9-inches tall and weighing between 220 to 230 pounds. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man who shot (white) girlfriend "baby momma" in street convicted of second-degree murder
Jermaine CooperMelissa MooreGRAND RAPIDS, MI -- A man police say shot and killed his girlfriend on a Grand Rapids street has been found guilty of second-degree murder. A jury found Jermaine Cooper, 36, guilty of the lesser charge -- prosecutors sought an open murder conviction -- on Tuesday, Nov. 1. Cooper's trial began last week and continued into Tuesday. Police say Cooper killed 31-year-old Melissa Moore after the two had argued for hours the previous evening. Cooper had accused Moore of blocking him on her cell phone. Police say the two were in a car about 4 a.m. Nov. 6, 2015 when Moore jumped out and tried to run at Knapp Street NE and Truxton Street. Three workers with a Grand Rapids street cleaning crew were nearby and heard the shots. One city employee witnessed Moore running from a man before the employee took cover from gunfire. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Woman Dies From Injuries In Downtown Minneapolis Shooting
Sherman Dewhite AlexanderJenna HeilmanMINNEAPOLIS – Authorities say a woman injured in a downtown Minneapolis shooting back in September died from her injuries Saturday night. The incident happened just before 2 a.m. on Sept. 5 near the intersection of 5th Street and Hennepin Avenue. The woman was one of two people shot. A man also shot in the back during the incident was not seriously injured. The woman was transported to Hennepin County Medical Center after being shot in the hip. She died Saturday night due to complications of a gunshot wound. She was identified as 28-year-old Jenna Rae Heilman. The gunman fled from the scene after the incident but was later arrested. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Charges: Man shot, killed woman outside The Pourhouse
    Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced Monday the assault charges initially filed against Sherman Alexander, 31, have been amended to murder because the woman, identified as Jenna Heilman of Minneapolis, died from the gunshot wound on Saturday. The officer spoke with Heilman's boyfriend, who may have been the intended target of the shooting. He and Heilman were inside the bar when someone from Alexander’s group attempted to steal a bottle of alcohol off their table. A physical fight ensued, and the man and Heilman left the bar. The man said he heard multiple shots as he and Heilman were getting into the car and he saw someone running towards them. Investigators found a bullet hole in the man’s car and recovered at least 10 discharged shell casings from the parking lot. A witness told police he saw Alexander pull a gun from his waistband.
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    Black anti-White racist Suspect in SWAT standoff charged with murder in Zionsville homicide “white must die” - "keep killin the white"
suspectWeeping AngelINDIANAPOLIS — A Monday afternoon standoff on the city’s northeast side has ended after IMPD said the suspect turned himself into police. The suspect, 21-year-old Damoine Wilcoxson, is also related to a number of other shootings in the area. Wilcoxson had barricaded himself inside an apartment with an infant was firing shots at officers Monday afternoon. IMPD was trying to serve an arrest warrant on Monday afternoon. Wilcoxson then barricaded themselves inside an apartment on 4300 North Shadeland Avenue. The police then fired some gas into the in order to get Wilcoxson to come out of the apartment.Police said they did not fire shots back at the suspect because of the infant inside. IMPD evacuated the people in the surrounding apartments. The infant was not harmed in the incident. According to the Boone County Prosecutor’s office, Wilcoxson was charged with the fatal Sept. 28 shooting of John Clements. The charges come as a result of an investigation by Zionsville Police Department, IMPD, the Indiana State Police and the FBI. According to court documents, at the scene of the October 4 shooting, notes were discovered with such threats as “white must die” and “Yashua Yahuah is the most High and anybody stand against Him will be gone and crucified set my people free today or we keep killin the white End.” - (Black-on-white)
   

    2 men arrested for robberies of church leaders, beating of 82-year-old priest
Marvin Moore (left) and Ladarious Barkers Father Thomas KearnsKANSAS CITY, KS - Two men have been charged in the beating of a priest that happened last weekend and two robberies. Ladarious Barkers, 19, and Marvin Moore, 20, were both charged with aggravated robbery, aggravated battery, burglary and theft in connection with the Oct. 21 attack on Father Thomas Kearns and theft of his vehicle at the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. A second robbery happened on Thursday. A third happened on Friday, with the victim of that robbery being another pastor. Barkers has two additional counts of aggravated robbery in connection with the second and third incidents. Moore has one additional count of aggravated robbery for the third incident that involved the pastor. Police say at least two of the crimes are connected. Reverend Louis Sipple with the Timothy Baptist Church says the same two men who robbed Kearns also robbed him on Friday. After that robbery, police tracked Barkers and Moore to a house in the area near 27th and Garfield. They were arrested after a standoff that lasted for several hours. - (Black-on-white)
   

    And yet another black man murdered his white girlfriend and then killed his worthless evil self
Da’von Markell MullinsKayla YowWASHINGTON — Da’von Markell Mullins — the man charged with killing his girlfriend and then turning the gun on himself — has died at the hospital, Anne Arundel County police announced on Sunday.  A man killed his girlfriend and then tried to take his own life, police in Anne Arundel County said Saturday. Officers found Kayla Yow, 18, dead in the living room of her apartment in Glen Burnie on Friday. Her boyfriend, Da’von Markell Mullins, 22, of Baltimore, was found alive but unresponsive nearby. Police said he had an apparent gunshot wound to his upper body. A gun was found in his lap. Mullins is currently on life support at University Maryland Shock Trauma, where he is under police guard. Officers went to the apartment after a relative of Mullins’ called 911 at around 7 p.m., concerned over text messages that suggested he intended to harm himself. Police were told that he might have been at his girlfriend’s apartment in the 400 block of Glen Mar Road. After no one responded to knocks at her door, officers obtained a key from the maintenance office and entered the residence, where they Yow was and Mullins. Yow’s remains were taken to the Office of Chief Medical Examiner, where an autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause and manner of her death. Police said they have obtained a warrant charging Mullins with murder. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police: 3 arrested (two black men and a white woman) in connection to shooting that killed woman, child in Shelby
Mario Wilson, Morris Abraham and Aubre SucatoLiam BeasonMiranda WoodsJerroid ShippySHELBY, N.C. - Three people were arrested Friday in connection to the killing of a woman and a child in Shelby that happened Thursday morning. Mario Wilson, Morris Abraham and Aubre Sucato were arrested and charged with murder. Officials identified the child as 3-year-old Liam Murray. Relatives said 3-year-old Liam and Liam's mother were inside the home, along with Miranda Woods where police said a robbery went bad. Aaround 7 a.m. someone inside the house on Whisenant Street opened fire, killing Liam and Woods, while wounding another man identified as Jerod Shippy. Liam's mother made it out of the house unharmed but the shooter got away. All three suspects were charged with two counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted first-degree murder, attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • (White) Woman and (White) 3-year-old shot and killed inside Shelby home
    SHELBY, N.C. -- A manhunt is underway as police look for the gunmen who shot three people, killing two, including a 3-year-old little boy. What was first thought as a drive-by was later corrected by investigators; they say the shooting was not a random act of violence, but intentional, and occurred inside the home. Family members identified the victims as Miranda Woods and 3-year-old Liam Beason. Liam's stepfather, Tyler Beason, said, "He was probably one of the smartest little babies I've seen in all my life-- full sentences-- he could count-- he knew hold he was was, when his birthday was." "Who could do this to a child? Who is heartless enough to do this?" a family member asked. Liam's family, who regard Miranda as another family member, say they have no idea who would kill her and the child. Police say officers arrived around 7:30 Thursday morning to find little Liam dead, as well as Miranda Woods. A third person, Gerod Shippy, was taken to the hospital but is expected to survive.
   
   

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    (White) Teen killed, (white) women injured in Bayou Blue shooting (by black ex-boyfriend)
Rhubin Scott JrDavid Trahan JrA man is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend's brother and wounding her and her mother in a shooting Tuesday night in Bayou Blue, the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office said. Rhubin Scott Jr., 34, was apprehended about 9 a.m. today at a relative's home at 2758 W. Main St., Gray, Maj. Malcolm Wolfe said in a news release. He is charged with second-degree murder and two counts of attempted second-degree murder. Wolfe said David Trahan Jr., 17, was pronounced dead at the scene, and the two women were airlifted to a hospital out of the area. Scott's ex-girlfriend was released this morning, while her mother remains in critical condition. Deputies and detectives responded about 10:50 p.m. Tuesday to the shooting at the mother's home at 207 Capri Court, Wolfe said. Wolfe said Scott had gone to his ex-girlfriend's workplace, caused a disturbance and was asked to leave. He then followed her to her mother's home. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    And yet another black man who murdered his white girlfriend - Goochland man convicted of murdering Hanover woman
Lamare Shiron JenningsLee Mahanes SalmonA Goochland County man was found guilty of first-degree murder Wednesday in the June 2015 death of his girlfriend inside her Rockville home. The jury recommended that Lamare Shiron Jennings, 39, be sentenced to life in prison for first-degree murder, plus a $100,000 fine, in the slaying of his girlfriend, 44-year-old Leaudrey Salmon. Jurors also recommended life in prison for abduction with the intent to defile and 10 years in prison for robbery, in connection with the murder. In a 911 phone recording played for the jury during a three-day trial, Jennings told Salmon that he didn’t believe she loved him and that he was going to kill her. While she screamed loudly, moaned and begged for her life, saying she needed to live for the sake of her children, Jennings gave her demands and continued torturing her. In the drawn-out brutality, according to evidence in the case, Jennings choked her repeatedly using his hands and a rope, which was left bloodied and covered with Salmon’s hair. Hanover County prosecutor Mackenzie Babichenko said that after Salmon had been strangled and left limp, Jennings used a knife to slit her throat three times from one end of her neck to the other. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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Two Soldiers Being Held in Connection with the Disappearance of Fellow Soldier Shadow McClaine
Jamal McCray WilliamsShadow McClaineTwo Fort Campbell soldiers are being held as persons of interest in the disappearance of fellow soldier Shadow McClaine, who vanished last month. The latest development in the case was made public Tuesday afternoon in a statement from Fort Campbell officials. "Two Soldiers are currently being held as persons of interest in the disappearance of PFC Shadow McClaine. Fort Campbell law enforcement continue to investigate the matter. No further details are available at this time." It was also uncovered Tuesday that Shadow's ex-husband, Jamal McCray Williams, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on October 6 on an out-of-county warrant. Officials have declined to say if Williams is one of the two persons of interest in his ex-wife's disappearance or for what reason he was arrested. Rumors quickly swirled around Shadow's disappearance, and many focused on what her family said was a tumultuous relationship with her ex-husband. - (Black-on-white)

   
   

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    (Black) Man arrested in FBI raid is person of interest in (white) Orange County woman's disappearance
James DellofieldTia BontaORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - A man arrested Thursday in one of four FBI raids in Orange County is the same person whom investigators had previously named a person of interest in the disappearance of 24-year-old Tia Bonta, Eyewitness News has learned. Bonta was reported missing July 31 after a friend, identified by deputies as “JD,” picked her up from the Days Inn on Colonial Drive and dropped her off at a home on Cleburne Road. While not confirming him as the “JD” identified by authorities, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office named James Dellofield has previously said he is a person of interest in Bonta’s disappearance. Deputies have not clarified whether it's Dellofield Sr. or Jr. who is the person of interest. Dellofield Jr. was arrested Thursday on drug charges during the raids. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office did not say if the arrests had anything to do with Bonta's disappearance. Despite extensive searches, authorities have found no trace of Bonta, who has a 1-year-old son. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Person of interest wanted in missing woman case - Aug 22, 2016
    James Dellofield is believed to be the last person to have seen Tia Bonta, 24. Now, he's a person of interest. Dellofied told investigators he had picked Bonta up at a Days Inn...
  • Search for missing Orange County mother considered 'rescue' - Aug 19, 2016
    ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - A wooded area was searched Friday in connection with the disappearance of an Orange County mother. Tia Bonta, 24, has not been seen or heard from since July 31, deputies said. About 25 members of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Response Team searched the wooded area where Bonta was last seen. The search for Bonta is considered a “rescue,” investigators said.
  • Deputies searching woods for missing Orlando woman - Aug 19, 2016
  • Tia Bonta missing - Tia Bonta, a 24-year-old single mom from Orange County, was reported missing Aug. 5 by her father and didn't show for her son Kingston's first birthday on Aug. 23, 2016. Tia Bonta & illegitimate mixed-race offspring
   

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    Homicide investigation: Sources say body of woman found dead on east side was stuffed in tote
Justin SykesKayla BauskeKayla BauskeMILWAUKEE -- A homicide investigation is underway after a woman was found dead inside a home on Milwaukee's east side Monday night, October 24th -- the fourth murder in Milwaukee since Monday afternoon. According to police, officers were called out to a residence on Arlington Place near Brady Street shortly before midnight for a welfare check. Upon arrival, officers were let inside by an occupant of the residence. Once inside, officials discovered the body of a 23-year-old woman. She has been identified as Kayla Bauske. Police say a 22-year-old man is in custody. Police say the victim and suspect were acquaintances. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Charges: Man strangled prostitute, washed her with toilet bowl cleaner
    A Milwaukee man strangled a woman, washed her with toilet bowl cleaner, broke her body and placed her inside a storage bin in a closet because he believe she stole from him, a criminal complaint released Friday said. Justin Sykes, 22, is charged with first degree reckless homicide in the death of 23-year-old Kayla Bauske. According to the charging document, Sykes was on cocaine and had been drinking when he hired Bauske from an escort service. Sykes said he "freaked" when he noticed that his wallet with $300 inside was missing as Bauske was leaving his apartment. When he confronted her, she hit him in the groin and scratched his eyes, the complaint said.
   

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    Three Media Sources, and NONE Tells the Truth about a Black-on-White Hate Crime,
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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.
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    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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