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ARCHIVE for 10 July 2017
The Color of Crime - "Blacks are statistically 50 times more likely to attack whites than vice versa"

Joshua ScottEmmanual Lockhart Sherrell McNeill Ibn HunterTravis LaneJames HeywardChristian LoganJeremy CarmichaelGeorge Williams Jr.

    Deadly (black-on-White) Shooting Outside Bar in Pittston
Stephen SpencerChristopher WilliamsPITTSTON -- A man is dead after a shooting outside a bar in Pittston. Neighbors were already worried about the rowdiness outside the bar, but now their concerns are only growing. Police say a handshake refusal led to the deadly shooting outside of Saints and Sinners Irish Pub on Center Street just after 1 a.m. Sunday. When officers arrived on scene, the alleged shooter still held the gun in his right hand. According to police, when officers ordered him to drop the weapon, he said, "Here is the gun. I shot him." Officers arrested Stephen Spencer, 30, and charged him with criminal homicide, simple assault, and terroristic threats. The coroner identified the victim as Christopher Williams, 32, of Pittston. Neighbors have complained about loud noises coming from the bar, but they were shocked to learn someone was killed. "A shooting you never suspect it. There's fights and stuff but not a shooting," said Joyce Cook of Pittston. Police say the violence started inside the bar after a witness refused to shake Spencer's hand. According to court papers, that unidentified witness says they left the bar and started to walk home. They saw Spencer reach into his pants, grab a gun, and fire. Williams was rushed to Geisinger Wyoming Valley where he died. - (Black-on-white)
  • Two men killed in separate bar shootings
    PITTSTON, LUZERNE COUNTY -- Police say they saw another man with a gun in his hand and told him to drop the weapon. Police say they assessed the victim, Christopher Williams, 32, Pittston, who is seen here in a picture with his 4-year-old daughter Madison. The criminal complaint says Spencer tried to shake the hand of Williams' friend, who declined and returned to his pool game. Later, someone asked that friend why he'd rebuffed the handshake, and he said because he didn't know the person, the complaint said. The complaint says when Williams's group left the bar, Spencer was holding a gun, and he shot Williams.

    (White) Man killed outside 7-Eleven in Denver; police ask for help identifying (black) suspects
Justin Slyternigger suspectsDENVER — A man was shot and killed outside a 7-Eleven in Denver early Sunday morning. Now police are asking for help tracking down the suspects. Investigators say 39-year-old Justin Slyter was shot and killed around 12:15 a.m. at 551 East Colfax Avenue. That’s near the Filmore Auditorium. Police released photos of two individuals who fled the scene. Investigators say the two suspects left in a white, four-door vehicle, possibly a Chrysler Cirrus. Anyone with information in this homicide is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 720.913.7867. Callers can remain anonymous and a reward of up to $2,000. - (Black-on-white)

    Charges dropped against black accused of strangling his (White) calculus tutor to death - family says state messed up
Joni Cunningham DonleyDavid Grant WEST PALM BEACH The Broward County State Attorney’s Office dropped its manslaughter charge Friday against Joni Donley, a Riviera Beach man accused of strangling his calculus tutor, after prosecutors failed to secure the testimony of the key witness to the 2012 homicide before he moved back to his home country. According to police reports, Donley and his tutor, David Grant of West Palm Beach, had agreed to meet for an evening math session at a Davie Dunkin’ Donuts on Jan. 17, 2012, as Donley, then 28, had a Calculus 2 test scheduled at Broward College the following day. Shortly after midnight they got into an argument, which turned into a physical fight just outside the shop.

A witness saw Donley kick the 49-year-old Grant in the neck, jump on him, strangle him and drive off, police said. Another witness took down Donley’s license plate number as Donley drove off. Police using that plate number located Donley within hours, and found his bloody shirt. Left alone in an interview room after his arrest, Donley was heard saying to himself, aloud: “You killed somebody, Jon. How could you? How could you have done that? Oh, my God, I took a life … This guy’s dead for nothing, for nothing, Jon.”
He told police he was set off by Grant calling him a racial slur during the argument, which witnesses confirmed. The key witness to the fight was deposed by defense attorneys but prosecutors neither attended nor sent notification that the testimony should be preserved for their use, according to Grant’s sister, Carol Field, who spoke at Friday’s hearing before Judge Lisa Porter. If prosecutors read the transcribed copy they were sent of that interview, they would have seen that witness Ahmad Alsuvae stated he planned to return to Saudi Arabia after completing his studies, said Field, a civil law attorney.

Field said Assistant State Attorney Vegina Hawkins told her and her husband “point-blank” about three months ago that prosecutors felt obliged to drop the case because of their inability to use the deposition or get hold of the witness for the trial. In fact the Hawkins’ close-out memorandum on the case said that Grant weighed about 380 pounds and had partially clogged arteries, making the prosecution’s case vulnerable to defense claims that Grant died of a heart attack, not strangulation.
“The state has no competent evidence to rebut the argument that when Donley is called a (derogatory name for black), he was suddenly provoked to turn and strike Mr. Grant. The witnesses all stated that Donley was walking away, and suddenly the combat ensues, with Grant attempting to place Donley in a bear hug. By all accounts, no weapon was used, and the fact that Donley held Grant for approximately 15 seconds does not rise to the level of a cruel and unusual manner.”
Without the one witness who saw the whole fight, and the legal reality that the death could by law be construed as accidental, the memo said, “It has become abundantly clear that there is no likelihood of successful prosecution, and the state cannot pursue the charges set forth.” Friday’s hearing closing the case took just a few minutes, most of that time allotted to Field, who spoke of the State Attorney’s Office’s mistakes and of her loss of faith in a justice system that was letting her brother’s killer go free despite abundant evidence against him.
“They did not fulfill their obligation to the family or the public,” she said afterward. Donley did not speak at the hearing and declined comment. “David was a good man. He loved math and he loved his students,” Field said. “Joni physically attacked him and left him face down, dead in the parking lot, like a dog. He drove away. He didn’t turn himself in. He was picked up with blood on his shirt. In his own words, he killed him for nothing. - (Black-on-white)

    Man arrested in Lancaster County for homicide in Luzerne County
Anthony JacksonAnthony WisneskiLUZERNE COUNTY, Pa.-- A Wilkes-Barre man is facing homicide charges after shooting and killing a man outside a Plymouth Borough bar. Anthony Jackson, 38, is facing homicide charges for shooting and killing a man. On July 9 at approximately 1:45 a.m., emergency crews received reports of a gunshot victim at Risnick's Bar in the 100 block of E. Main Street. The victim, Anthony Wisneski, 34, of Nanticoke, was transported to Geisinger Hospital but was pronounced dead by emergency room staff. An investigation revealed that Jackson and another patron of the bar were engaged in an argument when Jackson offered to settle the confrontation outside. Jackson and the patron went outside, while accompanied by bar security and Wisneski. While outside, Jackson shot Wisneski multiple times and fled the scene in a silver Chrysler 300. - (Black-on-white)

    Deputies seek two cowardly corrupt (BLACK) cross-dressing Home Depot robbers that attacked elderly (White) female store clerks
Omar McCrae and Malik Taylor White female victim2 blacks attackWINTER HAVEN - Polk County detectives want to track down two men, disguised as women, who put a clerk in a choke-hold during a robbery. There are warrants for Omar McCrae and Malik Taylor of Tampa. Detectives say both were dressed as women when, along with a third person, they robbed a Lakeland Home Depot back in June, stealing hundreds of dollars’ worth of gift cards. They got aggressive with a 73-year-old store clerk in the process. Thursday, they struck again. Video shows the two suspects putting a 69-year-old female clerk in a choke-hold as they activated stolen gift cards from a Winter Haven Home Depot. One of the men also grabbed a keyboard from an 80-year-old employee. According to the sheriff’s office, both men have criminal histories in Hillsborough County. McCrae has previous charges of prostitution, grand theft, petit theft, resisting arrest, giving false name to police, attempting to use another's ID, and failure to appear. They say Taylor has 60 previous felonies and 29 previous misdemeanors, including aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, robbery, fraud, battery, forgery, resisting arrest, fleeing to elude, burglary, petit theft, criminal mischief, and trespassing. - (Black-on-white)

    (BLACK) Man charged in (white) girlfriend's death waives first appearance
Reginald JonesFaith BittingerCOLLEGE PARK, Ga. - A College Park man charged in the murder of his girlfriend has waived his first appearance in court. Police said Reginald Jones called 911 after shooting and killing his 23-year-old girlfriend, Faith Bittinger, Saturday night. Investigators said Bittinger was shot once in the chest inside an apartment on Camp Creek Parkway. Jones was charged with murder and possession of a firearm, according to police. Bittinger's family said that Jones and Bittinger were living together, and have a daughter who will turn 1-year-old in August. Loved ones described the couple's relationship as "rocky." Bittinger's family has set up a go fund me page for her memorial service. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) Suspects -- ages 18, 16 -- arrested in Manslick Road murder of (White) man last month
Gemehr O. MurphyJustin KernLOUISVILLE, KY - Louisville police have arrested two teens in the shooting death of a man in the Jacobs neighborhood Friday. Gemehr O. Murphy, 18, and a 16-year-old boy are charged with murder, robbery, tampering with physical evidence and theft of firearms. Justin Kern, 36, was found dead at his apartment in the 3600 block of Manslick Road at about 10:20 p.m. on Friday. The Jefferson County coroner said Kern was shot multiple times. Detectives took Murphy into custody on Sunday after he was found to be carrying a concealed handgun, according to a police report. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) woman stabbed in the back by a berserk bug-eyed black woman with a steak knife on a Houston bus
Helen Benjamin Becky LigonHOUSTON, Texas -- A Houston-area woman is out of the hospital after she was stabbed in the back Thursday night on a METRO bus. "I've never heard of anything like this happening on a bus," said Becky Ligon. She says she was headed home from work at Texas Children's Hospital around 7 p.m. when another passenger became belligerent. Ligon says the woman was screaming something at passengers and the driver. "I have no idea. None of it made any sense," she said. According to Ligon, the driver tried to calm the woman down without success and the woman pulled a knife. "She came out with a steak knife and started threatening everybody," she said. Ligon says the driver pulled over and tried to evacuate the bus in the 7000 block of Old Katy Road. Ligon was the last to get off and says the woman stabbed her in the back as she did. "The handle of the knife broke off and landed on the floor of the bus, so I got off and I'm trying to feel around. I couldn't reach to where it was so I didn't feel anything," she recalled. With the blade in her back, she scrambled to safety. EMS crews removed the blade, and Ligon was in the hospital only a few hours and received only a few stitches. She says she's never met or saw the woman before and doesn't hold anything against her. She's just glad to be ok. "Lucky and blessed that I, you know, am fine," she confided. Helen Benjamin was arrested at the scene and is now charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. - (Black-on-white)

    Officer wounded in deadly ambush sues Black Lives Matter
Gavin Eugene LongDeRay MckessonNicholas TullierBrad GarafolaOfficer Matthew GeraldMontrell Jackson BATON ROUGE, La. – A federal lawsuit accuses Black Lives Matter and several movement leaders of inciting violence that led to a gunman's deadly ambush of law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge last summer. DeRay Mckesson and four other Black Lives Matter leaders are named as defendants in the suit filed Friday on behalf of one of the officers wounded in the July 17 attack by a black military veteran, who killed three other officers before he was shot dead. The suit doesn't name the officer, but its description of the plaintiff matches East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Deputy Nicholas Tullier, who was has been at a Houston rehabilitation hospital since November. Long shot Tullier in the head, stomach and shoulder, leaving him with brain damage. By December, the 42-year-old father of two had emerged from a vegetative state, regained some movement of his body and was able to communicate nonverbally. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Lake City police officer hurt after being dragged by vehicle during traffic stop (of black man)
Breon Antoine PopeOfficer Stuart RobinsonOfficer Stuart RobinsonA Lake City officer was injured Thursday night during a traffic stop. The stop began near U.S. 90 and Southwest Sisters Welcome Road. n officer had the vehicle pulled over and Officer Stuart Robinson arrived for backup after learning the driver of the vehicle, 30-year-old Breon Antoine Pope, had a warrant and a suspended license, said Mike Lee, Lake City Police Department public information officer. Robinson somehow came into contact with the vehicle and dragged down the road for a mile by Pope's vehicle, continuing to flee while being pursued. Before Robinson was dislodged from the vehicle and knocked into a ditch, the officer who initiated the traffic stop went to help Robinson while the Columbia County Sheriff's Office joined the pursuit of the vehicle. Pope and the passenger were apprehended and the passenger in the vehicle that dragged Robinson will likely not be charged. Officers were searching the area for Robinson's body camera, which came off while he was being dragged by the vehicle. Pope's previous arrests in Columbia County include drug possession charges and failure to appear. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man accused of shooting (white) ex-girlfriend on Christmas extradited to Oklahoma
Adrian PermetterStacy AndersonEDMOND, Okla. – A man allegedly responsible for shooting an Edmond woman has been extradited back to the Sooner State. It was Christmas night when Stacy Anderson’s estranged boyfriend, Adrian Permetter, arrived at her Edmond home. “I told him he needed to leave. At that time, he said ‘I’m taking my son.'” The pair got into an argument, and Anderson said she still remembers the moment before she was shot. “‘You won’t live to see the New Year,'” Anderson remembers Permetter saying just before she was shot. He allegedly fired two shots and walked out the door. Anderson’s 13-year-old daughter and niece were on the phone with 911 dispatchers when the gunshots rang out. “The dispatcher is talking and then we hear multiple shots. You can hear two gunshots. You can hear arguing and obviously, there is panic after the shots were fired,” Edmond police spokesperson Jenny Wagnon said. Two weeks after the shooting, Permetter was arrested in South Carolina by the US Marshall Fugitive Task Force. Officials say Permetter was just extradited back to Oklahoma to face charges for the shooting. He is facing charges of possession of a firearm after a felony conviction and shooting with intent to kill. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Cops arrest black man suspected of threatening to kill nun in church
shirtless negro terrorist in churchSister Maria AmadorPolice have arrested the man they believe walked into a Brooklyn church and threatened to kill a nun who was inside praying, police sources said. Derrick Gadson, 45, was arrested around 6:40 a.m. Thursday after a correction officer recognized him from media reports and called police. Gadson was shirtless when he allegedly walked into Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph on Pacific St. in Prospect Heights around 2 p.m. Wednesday and approached Sister Maria Amador, 49. “I don’t believe in this because you don’t help poor people,” he told her, referring to her religion. Amador tried to ignore the hulking maniac, who grew irate when she refused his command to renounce her faith. When the nun looked over at another woman seated across the church, Gadson allegedly told he, “She can’t help you. I am going to kill you.” - (Black-on-white)

    Police: (white) Woman stabbed and killed by (her ugly savage black live-in) boyfriend in Greece, New York
Dishon BelgraveHolly SlaghtUPDATE: The victim has been identified as Holly Slaght of Greece. Police say a 25-year-old woman was stabbed and killed by her boyfriend Friday morning. Police tell us the two were living in the victim’s grandmother’s home on Maiden Lane. The grandmother heard them arguing before she left the home around 2:30 a.m. to call police. When police arrived, they say the woman was already dead. Police arrested and charged 25-year-old Dishon Belgrave of Rochester with murder. He was remanded to the Monroe County Jail on no bail. "They were actually staying in a basement- in the basement of the home- and that's where the dispute took place and that is where she was located," says Greece Police Chief Pat Phelan. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    White man shot to death by 2 black males in Canton
black suspectblack suspectMichael W. ChristensenCANTON TWP. A breathless woman told a 911 dispatcher that two men she didn’t know, who had claimed they knew her, ran into her house and shot her boyfriend to death Monday. “They said they know me. I told them they don’t know me. I asked them to leave and they ran in my house and they shot my boyfriend,” she told a 911 dispatcher just minutes after Michael W. Christensen, 30, was shot to death in the home they shared at 202 49th St. SW. “She said they they robbed them and that they shot him,” the neighbor can be heard telling a dispatcher on the 911 call. “She said they stole the phones.” When the dispatcher requested the caller get the girlfriend on the phone, the neighbor complied. The woman told the dispatcher that two black men came to her door. - (Black-on-white)

    Savannah, GA: worthless piece of brown excrement suspect in City Market shooting, deadly crash - (gay) white man slaughtered
Jerry Chambers, Jr.Scott WaldrupSAVANNAH, GA - The Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department is investigating two early morning shootings and a deadly vehicle pursuit overnight in downtown Savannah. According to SCMPD Chief Jack Lumpkin, Jerry Chambers, Jr. has been named as a party to the shooting on Jefferson Street and W. Julian Street, and was also named as the driver of the white SUV that crashed on Bay Street at Barnard Street. Chambers has been charged with three counts of felony murder, two counts of party to aggravated assault and one count of eluding police. Police officials said in a news conference held on Wednesday morning that SCMPD officers heard gunshots near the intersection of Jefferson Street and West St. Julian Street just after midnight. Police then overheard a second shooting around 12:30 a.m. near the intersection of Jefferson Street and Broughton Street. Two people sustained non-life-threatening injuries and one person sustained critical injuries but is in stable condition as a result of the Jefferson/W. Saint Julian Street shooting, and one subject sustained non-life-threatening injuries in the shooting at Jefferson and Broughton streets. SCMPD sent a tweet out at 1:15 a.m. Wednesday morning about the incident. Meanwhile, a downtown restaurant has identified one of the victim's of last night's violence as one of their own. It is with immeasurable sadness that we say goodbye to our friend and colleague Scott Waldrup who last evening became a victim of the unfettered violence that plagues the City of Savannah. Scott was more than the General Manager of The Grey. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Granite Bay grandparents attacked by pack of trespassing dreadlocked delinquents in front of home in gated community
Muhammad HanifahJerry and Tracy GRANITE BAY, Calif. — A Granite Bay couple was attacked by a group of teenagers as they returned home from their weekend date. Police said the grandparents were caught in the middle of a growing and dangerous trend. As they pulled into their gated community around 1 a.m. Sunday, Jerry and Tracy saw dozens of teenagers in the street, some were fighting. "I heard (our driver) yell out the window, 'Knock it off or I’m gonna call the police,’" Jerry recalled. "I had 911 dialed on my phone, but I didn't have it called," he continued. "When I got out of the limo, one of the girls yelled out, 'He's calling 911. Kill him.'" Jerry said by the time he looked up, a teen was charging at him. "I had my hands above my face, trying to deflect the punches," he said. Jerry said four other boys then joined in, kicking him in the face. That's when his wife Tracy jumped in. "I was pulling people off him left and right," she said. Tracy even pulled out one of the attackers' dreads. “There was tugging and pulling, and I have bruises all over,” Tracy said. “The final blow was the hit in the face that took me down." By the time officers arrived, most of the teens drove away. Muhammad Hanifah, 20, was arrested in connection to the attack on charges of battery, making threats and trespassing. The couple said Hanifah was trying to drive away too, but told police before he got away. He was then taken into custody at the scene. Roseville police spokesperson Rob Baquera said the group that attacked Jerry and Tracy was in the neighborhood to crash a party at a nearby home. The couple said the party was thrown by a high school student. Baquera said the uninvited teens likely heard about the party through social media. "We have seen some really, really bad situations where individuals that were not invited to a party come and vandalize the house, rob the house," he said. - (Black-on-white)

    Three (black) people of interest sought in Eureka Springs shooting of apparently (white wigger)
Devine McLeod, Tre Montrel Parker, and Marcus Elliott Kyle Derrick McCartyThe Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office is seeking three men in connection to a pre-dawn shooting death Monday in the Eureka Springs area. Deputies responded to a call reporting a shooting in the 1400 block of Caisson Drive, just off McArthur Road, at 12:42 a.m. The victim, 21-year-old Kyle Derrick McCarty of the address, was found on the floor inside the residence. There were two additional people in the residence at the time of the shooting, the Sheriff’s Office said in a news release. McCarty was taken to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead shortly after his arrival. Officials are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Devine McLeod, Tre Montrel Parker, and Marcus Elliott. They are described as persons of interest in the investigation. Anyone with information is asked call the Sheriff’s Office at 323-1500. - (Black-on-white)

    Deputies: (Black) Pasco man killed (white live-in) girlfriend by stabbing her in face, neck, body
Dayvon Heath and Felicia RichDayvon Heath and Felicia RichDayvon Heath and Felicia RichNEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. — Deputies say a New Port Richey man killed his girlfriend by stabbing her on her face, neck and body, and then he stabbed himself. According to an arrest affidavit, the suspect’s mother called 911 around 7:30 p.m. on June 30 and told dispatchers that her son, Dayvon Heath, age 26, had stabbed and killed his girlfriend. She also told dispatchers that her son had told her that he stabbed himself. Deputies responded to the New Port Richey home that Heath shared with his girlfriend, Felicia Rich age 28. They say when they arrived, they found Heath holding Rich, who was deceased. Deputies say Rich was covered in blood and had multiple puncture wounds to her face. Deputies say there was a knife near Heath, who also had a puncture wound on his neck. Heath was transported to a local hospital and is expected to survive. He was charged with murder in the first degree. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) Person of interest identified, in custody in death of (White) Iowa City cabdriver
Curtis Cortez JonesRicky LillieIOWA CITY — The person of interest in the Ricky Lillie homicide has been identified and is in custody. Iowa City Police Lt. Zach Diersen said Curtis Cortez Jones, 41, of 405 S. Hamilton St., Keota, has been identified as the person of interest in Lillie’s death last week. Jones is in custody in the Keokuk County Jail. Police said “multiple tips from the public” led them to Jones. Diersen said Monday authorities are investigating Jones’ role in Lillie’s death. “At this point, we’re not prepared to call him a suspect,” Diersen said. Police also announced on Monday that Lillie’s death was determined to be a homicide by the Johnson County Medical Examiner’s Office. The cause of death was determined to be gunshot wounds to the head. Lillie, 46, a cabdriver for Yellow Cab of Iowa City, was found dead in his cab around 3:42 a.m. June 28 in the 500 block of Ernest Street. A fellow cabdriver had gone to check on Lillie and found him slumped over in his cab, which was parked near an apartment building behind the Alexis Park Inn. Police have not said if they know when Lillie was fatally shot. - (Black-on-white)

    DNA used to identify cruel black man arrested in deadly Culver's robbery - caused death of White man by denying him 911-call
Nicholas A. IvyChrist Edward KneubuehlMADISON, Wis. - A man who was arrested in connection with the death of a man during the robbery of a Culver’s in Madison has been identified. Madison police said Nicholas A. Ivy, 32, was arrested on suspicion of felony murder and armed robbery. He was identified by DNA found at the crime scene, police said. Forensic investigators said they were able to quickly match the DNA with DNA from Ivy which was on file. Ivy was arrested in Janesville Friday afternoon. Janesville police surrounded a house on North Academy Street around 1 p.m. The SWAT team entered the home after announcing on a loudspeaker that they had a warrant for the house. Ivy surrendered to police. Christ Edward Kneubuehl, 56, of Kenosha, died during the robbery at the Culver's early Tuesday morning. - (Black-on-white)

    Violent teen fugitive from DFW arrested in New Jersey
Skip PepeTaymor Travon McIntyreA 17-year-old fugitive suspected in a spate of violent crimes, including two capital murders and the brutal attack on and robbery of a man taking a walk in an Arlington park, was arrested in New Jersey, officials confirm. Taymor McIntyre, known locally as rapper “Tay-K 47,” had been on the run since late March, when he cut off his ankle monitor while under house arrest in connection with the Mansfield robbery and fatal shooting of 21-year-old Ethan Walker. Law enforcement sources, however, have confirmed to the Star-Telegram that McIntyre is suspected in a San Antonio killing that occurred after he fled house arrest and the May 25 attack on and robbery of 65-year-old Skip Pepe in Cravens Park in Arlington. “We are on cloud nine,” Barbara Pepe said on hearing news of McIntyre’s arrest Friday.
“This has just lifted the black cloud that has been following us.” Pepe, in an earlier interview, had called McIntyre a “loose cannon.” Skip Pepe was walking along Fish Creek Trail when he was approached from behind by a young man who pointed a gun at his head and demanded his wallet. When he refused, he was struck from behind and knocked unconscious by the robber. Witnesses reported seeing a possible second suspect, riding a forest green mountain bicycle, in the area as well. “When he woke up, he didn’t even know what happened,” Barbara Pepe said. “Finally when he got to the hospital, they were doing the MRI and he said, ‘Barb, I remember now. A kid held a gun to my head.’ ” Skip Pepe suffered a brain bleed, three broken ribs and scrapes, bruises and cuts over the front of his body. The tips of his new shoes had been worn down, leading Pepe to believe that the suspects also had dragged her husband face-down. - (Black-on-white)

    (white) Mother, (black) sons accused of beating (White) man to death in Cleveland home invasion
Nicholas FranklinHolly Hentgesblack demonCharles FosterCLEVELAND, Ohio -- A mother and her two sons are accused of beating a 49-year-old man to death during a home invasion, police say. Holly Hentges, 41, Nicholas Franklin, 21, and Hentges 16-year-old son are all charged with aggravated murder in the June 18 beating death of Charles Foster, who lives about a mile south of the trio's home. The 16-year-old boy is also charged in Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court with aggravated burglary and kidnapping. The trio about 11:45 p.m. June 18 forced their way into Foster's home in the 3100 block of West 97th Street in the city's West Boulevard neighborhood. The 16-year-old had a gun when the trio attacked Foster, according to court records. Police found Foster inside the home unconscious, lying in a pool of blood with cuts and bruises to his face, police reports say. He was taken to MetroHealth, where he died. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Homeless (White) woman was strangled by black after getting into a car with him
Brandon Julian Jamol ColemanCatherine DunganCatherine DunganBeaumont Police released a report Thursday that details the events leading up to the death of a Beaumont homeless woman. Brandon Julian Jamol Coleman, 26, of Beaumont; was booked into the Jefferson County Jail Wednesday with a $1 million bond for the murder of Catherine Dungan. Dungan, 54, was found in the parking lot of Collier's Ferry Park on the 5300 block of Pine Street on June 24. In a probable cause affidavit from the Beaumont Police Department, investigators wrote that multiple witnesses had seen Dungan get into a silver car that matched the description of a 2005 Ford Focus owned by Coleman's mother. Video surveillance showed Coleman getting into the car shortly before Dungan was seen in it. A witness was able to identify Coleman in a photo line-up as the man seen driving the car with Dungan in the passenger seat. A preliminary autopsy report lists Dungan's cause of death as manual asphyxiation via homicide. According to the affidavit, Dungan's hands were bound behind her back and there were obvious signs of a sexual assault. - (Black-on-white)

    Large meth deal leads to black-on-white killing near DeKalb park, school - victim shot in head twice - found without pants
Sheldon JonesKenneth AdairDocuments released Monday offer new details in the death of a man gunned down near a DeKalb County middle school and public park. Sheldon Jones, 26, shot Kenneth Adair, 28, twice in the head while stealing $5,000 from him in a methamphetamine deal, warrants allege. The shooting happened on June 11 between midnight and 1 a.m. in a parking lot at Mark Trail Park across the street from McNair Middle. A passing police officer found Adair, a Tennessee resident, facedown there off Tilson Road. Jones, who is also listed in police records as Sheldon Ragland, was charged three days later with murder and armed robbery. When found, the victim wasn’t wearing pants, and none could be found nearby, police said.  - (Black-on-white)
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

    (Black demonic) man arrested in slaying of (Eldery 77-year-old White female) Bible study leader JoAnn Leasure
Brett T. PleasantJoAnn Leasure, 77Lee County Sheriff's officers arrested a multiple felon with a history of escape in the June 21 slaying of a North Fort Myers Bible study leader. Undersheriff Carmine Marceno said Thursday night that deputies arrested Brett T. Pleasant, 51, of Fort Myers in the death of JoAnn Leasure, 77. Pleasant is charged with second-degree murder and robbery. He remained lodged at Lee County Jail and no bond is set. Leasure was found dead in her condo at 3458 Hancock Bridge Parkway. "Mrs. Leasure was very involved in her church and had devoted her life to helping others," Marceno said. "This senseless murder is loss to our community and the many friends of JoAnn Leasure." Marceno called it a "heinous crime." "Pleasant is no stranger to the criminal justice system, having served many years in prison for violent felonies," he said. Pleasant has arrests in Escambia County dating to 1985. He was found guilty of robbery and served until July 22, 1987. Four years later, he was sentenced to 25 years in an armed robbery and escaped in 1998. He was then sentenced to nearly six years for the escape and last released in 2016. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Woman gets 22 years to life for fatal attack on 85-year-old elderly (White) Henderson man
Robin ProctorImani CookOliver PhillipsLas Vegas, Nevada — A 21-year-old woman was ordered to serve 22 years to life behind bars for her role in a brutal attack on an 85-year-old man. Robin Proctor pleaded guilty in April to first-degree murder with use of a deadly weapon for the January 2016 death of Oliver Phillips. Authorities said Proctor and Imani Cook, 22, planned a November attack in advance, using text messages to discuss several different ways to kill Phillips. Phillips met Proctor through an escort service, when he sought companionship, not sex, according to his daughter and a police report. A few months before the attack, he started helping the woman and her infant daughter, welcoming them on occasion into his Henderson home, his daughter said. Proctor laid Phillips down on his bed the night of Nov. 22, 2015, a police report said, and signaled for Cook to enter. Proctor started choking him, but couldn’t kill him, so Cook helped, prosecutor Jacqueline Bluth said. Phillips was beaten with a lamp and dumbbells, which the prosecutor called a “horrific and tragic way to die.” Phillips was left to die in the 192 Kings Canyon Court home, and was discovered the next day still alive. The prosecutor said bloodstains throughout the home show he fought the women or struggled after they left. He died in January 2016. Cook and Proctor were arrested Nov. 24, 2015, the report said. Cook has since been found incompetent to stand trial and is being held in a mental health facility. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Judge denies bond reduction in vehicular homicide case - drunk black man slaughtered White man
Albert WilliamsByron C. AcostaA 62-year-old man accused of vehicular homicide in April is still in jail after a judge denied his request to reduce his $100,000 bond today. Investigators suspect Albert Williams of Montegut was intoxicated on the night of April 17 when he drove onto the shoulder of La. 24 near the Houma-Terrebonne Airport and stuck and killed 43-year-old Houma pedestrian Bryon Acosta, State Police said. Williams was driving a 2007 Dodge Caliber south near Clendenning Road about 9 p.m. when he struck Acosta, who was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. Williams was booked into the Terrebonne Parish jail on charges of vehicular homicide and improper lane use. A breath test indicated Williams was over the legal limit for alcohol, according to State Police. Williams’ public defender Ella Kliebert requested a bond reduction, citing her client’s lack of criminal history and ability to pay. Assistant District Attorney Chris Erny contended the bond was set at $100,000 due to the severity of the crime and for public safety concerns. “He was driving out by the airbase and hit and killed a pedestrian,” Erny said. “There was some pretty damning evidence.” If found guilty, Williams could be sentenced up to 30 years, Erny said. - (Black-on-white)

    15-year-old homicide suspect ‘Little Rico’ in custody after turning himself in to police
Rico CookJaloen MorrisSergio RiveraKNOXVILLE – Knoxville police said the 15-year-old suspect in a Knoxville double homicide is in custody after turning himself in Sunday morning. Rico “Little Rico” Cook faces charges for first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, and especially aggravated robbery. Police were called to Montgomery Village Apartments, 1401 Joe Lewis Road, around 1:25 p.m. Thursday for a report of shots fired. When they arrived, they found Sergio Rivera, 18; Jaloen Morris, 18, both of Decatur, Michigan; and Damien Lee, 16, of Knoxville, inside a vehicle suffering from gunshot wounds. Rivera and Morris were both killed. One was dead when officers arrived and the other died during treatment. Police say the two had traveled to Knoxville from Michigan to conduct a deal for high-grade marijuana. Lee is recovering from non-life threatening injuries. A second suspect, Deon Nolbert, 17, was arrested Thursday night. He is charged with two counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted first-degree murder, and three counts of especially aggravated robbery. He is being held in the Richard L. Bean Juvenile Detention Center. - (Black-on-white)
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

    (Two black males, two defiled white females, another) in custody following fatal shooting of young White man
Michael Timothy Avara, Jr.Fredrik DennisShelby Compton, 19, Sydney Compton, 21, and Devonte Welton"A 19-year-old male victim had been shot in the abdomen. He was transported to a local hospital. We learned the victim died this afternoon. Through our investigation, we learned there was a confrontation between the victim and the suspects," said Sheriff Jason Ard. The victim has been identified as Michael Avara, 19, of Walker. The five people arrested were: Shelby Compton, 19, of Denham Springs - obstruction of justice Sydney Compton, 21, of Denham Springs - obstruction of justice Fredrik Dennis, 23, of Compton, CA - second degree murder and convicted felon in possession of a firearm Devonte Welton, 22, of Denham Springs - obstruction of justice One juvenile - obstruction of justice Investigators are still trying to determine exactly what led to the shooting, but Ard believes it may have been drug-related. - (Black-on-white)
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) Berkley Man Linked To (White female) Danielle Stislicki Case Charged In Hines Park Sex Assault (of White female jogger)
Floyd Russell Galloway, JrDanielle StislickiLIVONIA – A 30-year-old man, called a “person of interest” in the disappearance of a Farmington Hills woman, has been charged in the attempted rape of a jogger in Livonia. Floyd Russell Galloway, Jr. of Berkley was arraigned in 16th District Court Wednesday on one count of kidnapping, one count of criminal sexual conduct – assault with intent to commit penetration, and one count of assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder – strangulation. According to police, Galloway attacked a woman on the Hines Park bicycle path in Livonia on Sept. 4 of last year. The 28-year-old victim claims she was headed east on the path, west of Levan, when the suspect grabbed her from behind by the neck and choked her, punched her in the face and began dragging her into the woods toward the Rouge River. While she struggled, the man allegedly tried to take her clothes off, demanding sex — but the victim was able to fight him off. She flagged down a passing motorist and used his phone to call 911 while the attacker fled on foot, police said. Galloway is the same man whose house was searched in December, a couple of weeks after 28-year-old Danielle Stislicki of Farmington Hills went missing after leaving work in Southfield. - (Black-on-white)

    Another black kills his white girlfriend - Virginia couple who recently moved to Buckeye ID'd as suspect, victim in fatal stabbing
Christopher Lloyd PetersKathy LinkerPolice have identified a suspect and the victim in a fatal stabbing that occurred in Buckeye on Monday night. Christopher Lloyd Peters, 43, was arrested on suspicion of fatally stabbing Katherine Linda Linker, 60, in the neck in the 21000 block of West Coronado Road just before 8 p.m., police said. Police said officers went to the home and saw a man in a bathroom holding a knife. Officers deployed a stun gun to keep him under control, police said. Peters was then taken to the Buckeye Police Department for questioning, police said. Medical staff immediately gave aid to Linker in the home and then transported her to a hospital where she died from her injuries, police said. The couple from Virginia Beach, Virginia, had recently moved into the residence with Linker's daughter, police said. Police said the two were in an argument when the stabbing occurred. Peters was booked into a Maricopa County jail for investigation of second-degree murder, according to a police news release. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Final four black thugs arrested for brutal beating and robbery of two white Unitarians
Old-fashioned police work, anonymous tip led to final arrests in Quarter mugging
4 black thugsJames Curran (left) and Tim ByrneNEW ORLEANS -- Old-fashioned police work and an anonymous tip led officers to arrest the final two suspects in the violent mugging of two men in the French Quarter during the weekend that left one victim fighting for his life. Plainclothes officers spotted 20-year-old Rashaad Piper hanging out late Tuesday night in the 800 block of Conti Street -- about five blocks away from the 200 block of Bienville Street where two Boston-area men in town as part of a religious convention were jumped and robbed. A Crimestoppers tip, meanwhile, led a warrant squad to 18-year-old Nicholas Pogozelski at a Walmart a short time later, Gernon said. - (Black-on-white)

    Black sports: (Black female) Venus Williams at fault in car crash that led to a 78-year-old (White) man's death, police say
Venus WilliamsJerome BarsonFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Tennis star Venus Williams caused a car crash earlier this month that led to the death of a passenger in another vehicle, according to a police report released Thursday. Palm Beach Gardens police say witnesses told investigators that Williams ran a red light in her 2010 Toyota Sequoia SUV, causing a June 9 crash. Jerome Barson suffered head trauma from the accident and was placed in the ICU, CBS Miami reports. He died two weeks after the car crash. - (Black-on-white)

    (Evil black) Transient man arrested, faces charges of raping, murdering and dumping (White) female McDonalds worker's body into lake
Jeffrey Scott EtheridgeHeather "Helena" HoffmannFORT COLLINS COLORADOAN - Fort Collins police on Thursday confirmed they have arrested a 28-year-old self-described transient who they say sexually assaulted and killed a 23-year-old Fort Collins woman whose body was dumped in a lake at City Park last week. Jeffrey Scott Etheridge was arrested late Wednesday on suspicion of first-degree murder. Sexual assault charges are also possible, police said. Investigators obtained a warrant for his arrest Wednesday after they discovered unspecified evidence they say links him to the June 21 death of Heather "Helena" Hoffmann. - (Black-on-white)
  • Body of uniformed McDonalds employee found in Fort Collins lake
    FORT COLLINS - Police say the death of a McDonald’s employee whose body was found in uniform in a lake in City Park Wednesday evening is being investigated as suspicious. The victim, 23-year-old Heather “Helena” Hoffmann, was last seen at around 1 a.m. Wednesday after her shift ended at the McDonald’s on West Elizabeth Street and City Park Avenue, Fort Collins Police say. She typically walked home from work, and lived in the area of Laporte Avenue and Shields Street.

    (Black) Man charged with murder in fatal shooting of (White) Mobile nightclub security guard
Dewayne WheatJeremy Scott SmithMobile police have charged a man with murder in regards to the shooting death of a security guard at a local nightclub Tuesday. Homicide investigators said Dewayne Wheat, 35, allegedly shot 40-year-old Jeremy Scott Smith multiple times at Shotgun Willies on Halls Mill Road around 4:15 a.m. Smith was pronounced dead and a homicide investigation was initiated. Police are currently transferring Wheat to the Mobile County Metro jail for the murder charge. - (Black-on-white)

    Two (black) men wanted in Clermont kidnapping and sexual battery (of a white woman)
Justin Akeen Fedrick and Keon Dellshai GordonRodney Devon Cooperrape victimTwo men are accused of kidnapping and sexually battering a woman last week in Clermont to “teach her a lesson” about dating black men, according to a police report. Clermont Police are searching for Justin Akeen Fedrick, 27, and Keon Dellshai Gordon, 26, in connection with a rape during the early morning hours of June 22. The victim said she was “just hanging out with friends” at a home in the 1000 block of Disston Avenue when a friend, Rodney “Coop” Cooper, pushed her inside the home and into a bedroom. That’s when Cooper locked the bedroom door and stood guard, said Clermont Police spokesman Sgt. Shane Strickland. Fedrick and Gordon are accused of then sexually battering the woman. The woman said she “attempted to fight them, but they were too strong.” The men told her, “We’re going to teach you a lesson about dating a black man and white [women] don’t mean [expletive] in this town.” When they were finished, the men told the victim they would “make it ten times worse next time” if she went to the police. The victim then ran from the home, cutting through backyards “because she was afraid they would come after her.” Her boyfriend then called police after receiving a text from the victim shortly before 3 a.m. stating she was “bleeding and limping somewhere in the neighborhood.” He called a second time after having heard from the woman again, and deputies found her. Police arrested Cooper, 32, of Clermont, the following day on a charge of kidnapping. Police have issued warrants for the arrests of Fedrick and Gordon, Strickland said. Both are considered armed and dangerous, and have histories of violence. - (Black-on-white)

    Brutal beating (of apparently White donut worker) by vicious topless black savage in Henderson donut shop caught on video
vicious blackapparently White victimHENDERSON - A brutal beating is caught on camera inside a Henderson donut shop. The video shows a Krispy Kreme employee being blindsided and pummeled. The victim's stepfather, Mark Sabella, says it upset him greatly to watch the footage. "It kills you to see someone you love in that type of situation and feel hopeless that you can't really do much," Sabella said. The suspect's face is caught clearly on video and now, Sabella and his son are hoping someone recognizes the man. Las Vegas police are searching for him too. - (Black-on-white)

    'Scared to the point of death': Denied aid during armed robbery, (White) man's heart fails, police say - despicable black scum prevented 911 for victim
suspectsuspectChrist Edward Kneubuehl A 56-year-old man who was working on an after-hours remodeling project at a Culver’s restaurant on the South Side died early Tuesday morning of an apparent heart attack after two armed men robbed the restaurant and prevented the man’s co-workers from seeking help, Madison police said. “There was a certain vileness, a certain despicability about the whole thing because ... you had an instance where the victim was scared to the point of death,” Police Chief Mike Koval said. The two armed and masked men entered the back of the restaurant around 3 a.m. and surprised four contractors who were working inside the restaurant at 2102 W. Beltline, Koval said. For about an hour, one of the men looked for and then opened the restaurant’s safe, taking the money while the other man kept a gun pointed at the victims, who were ordered to lie face down on the floor. But after the safe was opened — about 45 minutes after the robbers entered the restaurant — the 56-year-old victim became ill and it was apparent to others that he needed immediate medical help, Koval said. But the man holding his gun on them wouldn’t allow them to help their co-worker or call 911, Koval said. The victim was pronounced dead at the restaurant shortly after paramedics arrived. “(The robbers) allowed the man to languish and subsequently to die while they handed themselves the greater priority of getting into the safe and getting the filthy lucre, or what I call blood money, and then left,” Koval said. “It wasn’t until after they left that (the others) felt they had a sufficient margin of safety and were comfortable enough to call 911.” Police provided limited descriptions of the robbers. One was described as a black male in his 20s or 30s and about 6-feet 3-inches tall. The second, also a black male, was shorter and appeared to be in his 20s, DeSpain said. - (Black-on-white)
  • Brother of the Culver's victim opens up about contractor; shares heroic details of horrific armed robbery
    MADISON -- The brother of the Culver's contractor who died early Tuesday morning is sharing what happened during the terrifying hours of the armed robbery and how the family is coping with the loss. "He is going to be missed tremendously," says Tom Kneubuehl, brother of the victim. "To lose a life, father is gone, brother, son, for a few thousand bucks? It's senseless." Christ Edward Kneubuehl (56), of Twin Lakes in Kenosha County, was working as a contractor at the Culver's located at 2102 W. Beltline Highway when two masked men entered the restaurant and held the four contractors at gunpoint while they targeted the restaurant's safe. Madison Police say Chris died following medical distress during the robbery. "We believe he would be alive if he wasn't put under the stress he was put under," Tom says.
  • Culver's homicide victim identified as Kenosha man; restaurant reopens Wednesday afternoon
    The contractor who died of an apparent heart attack early Tuesday morning during an armed robbery at Culver's restaurant on the West Beltline has been identified as Christ Edward Kneubuehl, 56, of Kenosha. The Dane County Medical Examiner's Office said Tuesday the results of an autopsy and a determination of the manner of death are pending, but the office did say his death was not due to inflicted physical trauma. The restaurant will reopen sometime Wednesday afternoon, said Paul Pitas, director of public relations for Culver's.

    Officials: (Worthless black) Suspect used (White) deputy's gun to shoot him in face - "Robocop" talks him into surrendering
Nicory SpannAlex LadwigSACRAMENTO, Calif. — A Sacramento County sheriff's deputy remains at a hospital Wednesday after he was shot in the face by a gunman who used the deputy's own weapon in the shooting at a light rail station, the sheriff's department said. Deputy Alex Ladwig, a four-year veteran of the department, underwent surgery Tuesday night at a Sacramento hospital and was in stable condition with major structural facial injuries, according to officials. Sheriff's Sgt. Tony Turnbull said Ladwig was talking as he was being transported.
The initial investigation revealed Ladwig began talking with Nicory Marquis Spann, 27, of Sacramento, just before 6 p.m. at the Regional Transit light rail station near Watt Avenue and Interstate 80. Spann 'violently attacked' Ladwig and began fighting with him, Turnbull said. Spann then grabbed Ladwig's gun and fired two shots; one of them hit Ladwig in the face, according to Turnbull.
Spann ran into a nearby Red Roof Inn, which was subsequently surrounded by law enforcement. Guests were evacuated as officers set up a perimeter. Deputies then searched the motel room by room. Spann was found in a second floor room alcove, lying on the ground in fetal position, Turnbull said.
A sheriff's department robot was used to talk Spann into surrendering. He was taken into custody at 9:15 p.m., and the gun was recovered at the scene. Spann was booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail on a charge of attempted murder of a peace officer. He is ineligible for bail and is scheduled to be arraigned Friday. Some guests were in the building during the search and were asked to shelter in place until a deputy told them otherwise. Evacuated guests were allowed back inside a few hours after the shooting. Officers outside of the motel were barricaded behind their patrol vehicles and had their weapons drawn and pointed at the building as a precaution. - (Black-on-white)


(Black) Prisoner fatally shot after critically wounding Robertson County Deputy Josh Wiley, 36, is ID'd as Rodney L. Cole, 37, convicted bank robber
Good riddance to him. Prayers for Deputy Wiley's complete and speedy recovery.

  • Inmate fatally shot, deputy wounded inside Tennessee clinic
    Rodney L. ColeDeputy Josh WileyOfficials say an inmate was killed and an officer wounded after the prisoner attacked one of his escorts inside a Tennessee clinic. Nashville police told news media that two Robertson County deputies were escorting a prisoner to a medical clinic Wednesday when the inmate, 37-year-old Rodney L. Cole, asked to go to the bathroom. Police spokeswoman Kris Mumford says 36-year-old Deputy Josh Wiley escorted Cole into the bathroom. Mumford said Wiley's partner, Deputy Tomishae Jones, heard Wiley call for help and rushed into the bathroom and found Cole stabbing Wiley with a long screwdriver. Jones wasn't injured. Police said gunfire followed involving at least two guns, and Cole was killed. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man charged with attempted robbery in attack on (White) Franciscan friar in St. Louis alley
 Ed Mundwiller Jarvis CannonST. LOUIS • A St. Louis man who beat and kicked a Franciscan friar during an attempted robbery earlier this year was charged Tuesday with the help of DNA testing, police say. Jarvis Cannon, 19, was charged with attempted robbery in the case. Bail was set at $75,000. The victim in the attack is a 62-year-old friar Father Ed Mundwiller who lives in the area. He was walking in the Dutchtown neighborhood on Feb. 2 when Cannon approached and asked for a dollar, police say. The victim gave him one, according to court documents. But then Cannon attacked the victim in an alley behind the 3900 block of Minnesota Avenue, according to police. Cannon wore a surgical mask over his face at this point, though it wasn't clear if he had been wearing it during the initial encounter. - (Black-on-white)
  • Priest speaks after attack in broad daylight
    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Father Ed Mundwiller, known as Friar Ed, is still recovering from injuries he suffered in a broad daylight attack, but he wants to make it clear he has already forgiven his attacker. Friar Ed suffered extensive bruising to his face and a broken leg in the South City attack. He said a man attacked him for his wallet in a Dutchtown alley. Although not currently working in a parish, he lives near St. Anthony of Padua not far from the attack.

    2 Black Suspects in brutal French Quarter attack, robbery appear in court
Dejaun PaulJoshua T. SimmonsJames Curran (left) and Tim ByrneNEW ORLEANS — Two suspects in a brutal attack and robbery in the French Quarter appeared in court Tuesday as police continue a search for two others sought in connection with the crime. Dejuan Paul and Joshua T. Simmons were arrested on second-degree robbery charges this week in connection with Saturday's attack on two tourists from the Boston area that occurred on Bienville Street. The victims, identified as James Curran and Tim Byrne, were in New Orleans for the General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association. - (Black-on-white)


Police arrest (black) man in Mount Auburn homicide (of a White man - shot in the back)
Verland JonesThomas GrassmanCINCINNATI -- Police arrested a man Monday who they said fatally shot another man earlier this month. Verland Jones, 31, is facing a murder charge in the death of 37-year-old Thomas Grassman, according to a news release. Police found Grassman suffering a gunshot wound early June 4 near the intersection of East McMillan and Vine in Mount Auburn. He died from his injuries at University of Cincinnati Medical Center. The investigation is ongoing. - (Black-on-white)



Negro convicted of double murder pleads guilty to another violent crime
Joshua ColeChris Caris  Jason Bobo - glasses are a shyster lawyer trickNASHVILLE, TN —The Nashville man who pleaded guilty to murdering two people at Bellacino's pizza restaurant in 2007 has pleaded guilty to another violent crime. On Monday, a Davidson County judge accepted Jason Bobo's guilty plea in in the 2007 rape of a woman in west Nashville. He was charged with two counts of aggravated rape and pleaded to a lesser charge of especially aggravated kidnapping. Prosecutors say Bobo raped the women inside her apartment, hitting her several times over the head with a metal object. Just five months later, Bobo murdered two employees at Bellacino's (Chris Caris and Josh Cole). Two other people were also convicted in the case. He pleaded guilty to the murders and is serving two life sentences without the possibility of parole. - (Black-on-white)

  • Joshua Cole (18) and Chris Caris (33) were shot to death execution style in a pizzeria by Crystle Rutherford (18) and a friend
    Joshua Cole
  • Christopher R. Caris | 1974 - 2007 | Obituary
    Christopher R. Caris
  • Black who killed restaurant employees faces new charges - Jan 31, 2013
  • 4th suspect in pizza shop killings pleads guilty - June 11, 2010
    Crystle Rutherford NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The last of four defendants in the 2007 murders of two employees at a west Nashville pizza restaurant pleaded guilty Friday. Crystle Rutherford pled guilty to especially aggravated robbery and two counts of facilitation of first degree murder. As part of the plea, Rutherford was sentenced to an effective 50 year sentence in prison, 30 of which she will have to serve before being eligible for parole. Co-defendant Tarina Simmons is serving a 35-year sentence. Getaway driver Ravaughn Harris was acquitted

  • Bellacino’s suspect enters plea, to serve 35 years
    Tarina Simmons NASHVILLE, Tenn. – One of the four people charged in the October 26, 2007 murders of two pizza restaurant employees entered a best interest plea in court Friday. Tarina Simmons pled guilty to two counts of second degree murder for the shooting deaths of Chris Caris and Joshua Cole. The two were working at Bellacino's Pizza and Grinders on White Bridge Road when Jason Bobo came in to rob the restaurant and shot them both. Simmons was not at the restaurant at the time but took part in the planning of the robbery. Some of the co-defendants met at Simmons' home prior to the murders and returned to her home afterwards to divide the money they stole. Bobo also hid out at Simmons' home while police were looking for him.
  • Bellacino’s triggerman receives life sentences - June 8, 2009 June 8, 2009
    RaVaughn HarrisNASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Nashville man charged in the execution-style slayings of two pizza restaurant employees will spend the rest of his life behind bars. Jason Bobo pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Chris Caris and Josh Cole and received two life sentences to be served consecutively without the possibility of parole. Caris and Cole were employees of the Bellacino's Pizza and Grinders on White Bridge Road in west Nashville and shot and killed during a robbery in October 2007. Prosecutors said Bobo, a former employee at the restaurant, was the triggerman. - (Affirmative action kills) Alleged getaway driver Ravaughn Harris is scheduled for trial in September. Trial dates have not been set for alleged accomplices Crystle Rutherford and Tarina Simmons.
  • (Black) College student charged with murder after "unknowingly" giving ride to killer
    RaVaughn Harris got a call from Jason Bobo asking for a ride

    (white female) Abuse survivor plans to escape Michigan, a state where the law won't protect her from her (black) ex-husband in prison
Kevin BeverlyNicole BeverlyNew paint will go on the walls at Nicole Beverly's Ypsilanti Township house in the coming weeks. She'll rip down the boards she nailed to the windows by the front door, too. Beverly put them up several years ago as a safety measure to ensure her abusive ex-husband couldn't break the glass and then reach inside to open the door. "When he was stalking us, we literally had to do anything we could to slow him down," she said. "We nailed a board over each of my side windows. I had to replace my basement windows with glass block because the windows were big enough for him to get in. My friend's partner installed the safety lights in the back on the outside of the shed. We had an alarm system installed.
And that somewhere, she hopes, will be a safe haven not only for her, but for her two sons. She’s being forced out of Michigan and into hiding by an ex-husband who, she says, is intent on killing her and by weak laws that fail to protect survivors like her. Kevin Beverly, 44, is serving out the end of his sentence on a 2012 aggravated stalking conviction involving his ex-wife. But even from prison, the threats have continued. Four times in four years, he allegedly tried to hire people to kill Nicole and their children from prison or threatened to kill them himself when he’s released. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (BLACK) Couple arrested after 'putting a disabled (White) teenager in a bath tub full of bleach and Epsom salt causing third-degree burns' '
She was crying and screaming in pain':
  • Katrina and Garry Eubanks from Iowa are accused of injuring a disabled woman
  • Allegedly bathed Airionna Bent, 19,  in bleach causing severe burns
  • Her injuries were so bad finger marks were visible on her skin after touching her
  • Airionna was born prematurely and suffers from cerebral palsy so she cannot talk and has to be fed through a tube
    Garry EubanksKatrina EubanksAirionna BentA couple caring for a disabled teenager drenched her in a bathtub full of bleach and Epsom salt, court records show. Katrina, 51, and Garry Eubanks, 55, from Urbandale, Iowa, have been accused of bathing Airionna Bent, 19, in harsh chemicals that caused burns so bad finger marks could be seen on her skin after touching her, KCCI reported. Bent was born prematurely and suffers from cerebral palsy, so she cannot speak and is fed through a tube. Her mum, Becky Bent-Weible, left her in the Eubanks' care after she turned 18 and visits her weekly. 'I called her [Katrina] Airionna's other mother, I thought we were friends,' Bent-Weible said. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black Muslim) Saudi student now US fugitive after skipping on bail posted by government
Abdulrahman Sameer NoorahFallon SmartFallon SmartA young Saudi national facing charges stemming from a fatal hit-and-run incident in Oregon in 2016 removed a court's monitoring device last week and fled. Abdulrahman Sameer Noorah, 21, was arrested last August and indicted for first-degree manslaughter, hit-and-run, reckless endangerment and reckless driving after allegedly killing 15-year-old Fallon Smart in Portland. However, on Sept. 11, 2016 – what would have marked Fallon’s 16th birthday – Noorah's $100,000 bond was posted by the consulate of Saudi Arabia, according to court records. Earlier this month, police say Noorah removed his monitoring device bracelet and his current whereabouts are now unknown. He is depicted as being Saudi Arabian, 150 pounds and 6 feet tall and was last seen near the Southeast 106th Avenue and Division of Portland. Investigators are said to be concerned that Noorah poses mental health issues and are offering a reward for information leading to his whereabouts.
Noorah, a Saudi national who had been in Oregon since 2014 and enrolled at Portland Community College, was awaiting trial on charges that he struck and killed the young teenage girl while speeding down Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard, before running and later returning to the scene. Her relatives have called the latest development in the case as having broken “(their) hearts again.” Shane Smart, Fallon's uncle, expressed his anger in a Facebook post. "From Day 1, our family objected to a bail because of things known about Abdulrahman Noorah that made us believe he was a flight risk," Shane Smart wrote on Facebook. "The deputy district attorney representing the state's case against Abdulrahman Noorah expressed our objection of allowing a bail and house arrest to the presiding Judge." - (Black-on-white)

    (Dredlocked black) Thief accused of dragging (White) woman across gas station arrested
Patricia CoxeRobert K. FlaggDAVIE, FLA. — A man accused of giving a woman a rough ride at a Southwest Ranches gas station got a ride of his own — to jail — this weekend. 19-year-old Robert K. Flagg was walking with a limp as Davie Police officers took the handcuffed, dreadlocked suspect into custody. Investigators said Flagg is one of the men responsible for dragging Patricia Coxe across the parking lot of the gas station, June 2. Coxe said the ordeal left her scarred and scared. “I think you should be able to go pump gas at a Shell station at 11 o’clock on a Friday morning without being in terror,” she said. Coxe said she didn’t notice the subjects’ silver sedan as it pulled up on the other side of her car at the gas station on Sheridan Street, just west of Interstate 75. Police said the thief in the passenger side of the silver sedan tried to open Coxe’s passenger door but found it locked. He then smashed the window and snatched the victim’s purse. - (Black-on-white)


(White) Man fatally stabbed (by black) outside Dick's Drive-In after leaving popular karaoke bar
Leon Caril IIAndrew PimentelSEATTLE - A man was killed in a stabbing near Dick’s Drive-In in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood Friday morning in what witnesses say was an unprovoked attack. Friends say that the 26-year-old man killed is Andrew Pimentel. He was hanging out and singing karaoke at Ozzie’s at First Avenue West and West Mercer Street went the three blocks to get Dick’s Drive-In about 2 a.m. Witnesses said the suspect, in an unprovoked attack, came across the street and plunged a large knife into Pimentel’s chest in the restaurant parking lot. Medics gave Pimentel first aid and then took him to Harborview Medical Center, where he died from his injuries. The suspect walked away from the scene. Officers said they found a 38-year-old suspect a few blocks away and took him into custody. Leon Caril II was booked into the King County Jail for investigation of homicide and is expected to have a bail hearing there Saturday. Caril has previous criminal convictions for robbery, assault, and drug charges. He was arrested for domestic violence assault on June 16. According to court documents he punched a roommate in the face. He was booked into the King County Jail and released the next day. - (Black-on-white)


    (Black) Man Charged With Murder For Involvement With (White) Teen’s Shooting Death
Armajea Keyvon WarrensuspectsuspectAustin James Owen YoungMINNEAPOLIS – A New Hope man is charged with murder for his alleged involvement in a shooting last week that left a 17-year-old dead in north Minneapolis Armajea Keyvon Warren, 18, is charged with second-degree murder in the Tuesday night death of Austin Young, court documents filed in Hennepin County show. Police say Young, of Minneapolis, was found dead in the driver’s seat of an SUV near the intersection of 26th and Knox avenues. He had suffered a gunshot wound to the head. According a criminal complaint, a witness who was with Young at the time of the shooting told police it happened after two women they were with went off to buy marijuana in the area. The women left the SUV, the witness said, and returned with Warren and two other men. Warren entered the SUV’s backseat on the passenger side and pulled a gun on Young, demanding he hand over all his possessions. The witness, who was in the passenger seat, said he pushed Warren’s arm away so that the gun wasn’t pointing at Young. At that moment, one of the other men pulled out a handgun and shot Young in the head. Immediately after, Warren, the other men and the women fled the scene. The witness said he bent down and pushed on the accelerator in an attempt to drive away, but he crashed into nearby cars. The witness then ran off to report the shooting. Police say they met with Warren shortly after. The criminal complaint says he admitted to his involvement in the shooting, including pulling a gun on Young and trying to rob him. The man who shot Young was not identified in the criminal complaint. Police say they spoke with the women who witnessed the shooting, but added that they provided little information to officers. If convicted, Warren faces a maximum penalty of 40 years in prison. He remains in jail in lieu of an unconditional $1 million in bail. A community vigil in honor of Young is slated for Monday at 7 p.m. near where his body was found. - (Black-on-white)

    Missing (White) Lexington Woman Found Dead (in black man's home), the black and a white girlfriend have been charged with murder
Alena KennedyLee Anthony Corley and Harriet Leigh ColemanColumbia, SC — A man and woman are now facing charges in connection to the death of a Lexington woman who was reported missing last month. Lee Anthony Corley, 37, is charged with murder in the killing of Alena Kennedy. The death happened in his home sometime between April 18 and 21, according to a warrant. Harriet Leigh Coleman, also 37, is charged with accessory to murder and desecrating human remains, according to arrest warrants. Both were arrested Friday. Coleman's bond was set at $75,000 for accessory to murder charge and a $5,000 bond was set for desecration of human remains charge. Corley was denied bond. Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon said Kennedy was last seen at Corley’s home in South Congaree on April 18. Her remains were found June 16 on Old Two Notch Road. Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher and forensic experts with the Richland County Coroner’s Office identified Kennedy’s remains through dental record comparison. "This isn’t the resolution we were hoping for when Alena’s family reported her missing," - (Black-on-white)
  • VINELINK:  CORLEY, LEE ANTHONY In Custody Age: 37 Location: Lexington County Detention Center Race: African American

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    Shocking video captures (White) female owner, (White) daughter assaulted at restaurant (by violent brutal black couple)
Nathaniel Eric Smith and Latasha Smith berserk black on White attackberserk black on White attackBAXLEY, Ga. -- Police are asking for the public's assistance in locating two people who officers suspect of assaulting a female restaurant owner and her teenage daughter at a Georgia restaurant Thursday afternoon. According to Baxley Police, the assault took place at a Quik Chik after customers were unhappy about an order, which escalated from a verbal altercation to the restaurant owner being knocked to the ground. As the two customers were leaving the scene one of them struck the owner's daughter, knocking her to the ground, police say. The two customers fled the scene by driving off in what police believe is light creme, brown or tan-colored Cadillac Escalade. Police believe Nathaniel Eric Smith and Latasha Smith are the two suspects in connection with the violent incident. Both were issued active warrants for aggravated battery and cruelty to children. Anyone with information on the two suspects is asked to call 911 or 912-367-8305. - (Black-on-white)

    One (black) brother 'Xondadric' arrested, one sought in robbery, fatal shooting of (white) woman
Xondadric Antonio HolmesQjuan Tiakei HolmesAngela Gagne and kidsAngela Gagne and kidsFORT WORTH, TX — A 34-year-old Fort Worth man has been jailed and police are searching for his younger brother in connection with the robbery and fatal shooting of a mother of five earlier this month. Xondadric Antonio Holmes was arrested Thursday on a capital murder warrant in Arlington as he dropped off his girlfriend to see her probation officer. Police continued their search Friday for his 30-year-old brother, Qjuan Tiakei Holmes, whom investigators say had dated and was living with the victim, Angela Gagne, at the time of her death.
They found her front door unlocked and Gagne’s body in a bedroom. The 41-year-old woman had been shot multiple times. Cedillo said investigators believes Xondadric Holmes had been visiting his younger brother at Gagne’s residence when an argument broke out. “We believe they were taking her property after the argument and then shot her.” Electronics and some of Gagne’s personal items were missing from the home when the woman’s body was discovered. Xondadric Holmes was being held in the Mansfield jail Friday with bail set at $250,000. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Albany man arraigned in deadly stabbing (of White man)
Stephan HarrisJonathon Weldon ALBANY – Stephan Harris, 22, was indicted by a Grand Jury on Wednesday for second-degree murder. He is accused of stabbing 26-year-old Jonathan Weldon in the stomach last month after a verbal argument. Harris is scheduled to arraigned on Friday.

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