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  ARCHIVE for 16 February 2014

    Another damned bleeding heart liberal governor preventing the just execution of a black mass killer of Whites
Victims' families furious after governor stays execution of notorious black Chuck E Cheese killer
Nathan DunlapJohn HickenlooperNathan Dunlap - 1996Ben GrantMargaret KohlbergColleen O'ConnorSylvia Crowellbecause he now doubts the death penalty. Pot-friendly Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has indefinitely delayed the execution of convicted killer Nathan Dunlap, saying that he had doubts about the death penalty, much to the dismay of victims' families and a furious district attorney. Hickenlooper, a Democrat, said he had doubts about the fairness of Colorado's death penalty system and about the state's ability to get the lethal drugs required for an execution. Dunlap, 38, is one of three men on the state's death row. He was sentenced to death in 1996, but the victims' families say they have been waiting for justice to be carried out for nearly 20 years. Republicans have derided Hickenlooper's decision as no decision at all, with Attorney General John Suthers saying the reprieve guaranteed 'continued suffering and delayed justice' for families of Dunlap's victims. 'He took a coward's way out,' said Melinda Cromar, whose 19-year-old sister Sylvia Crowell was among those killed by Dunlap. 'I am just so angry.' A ‘very disappointed’ Bob Crowell, whose 19-year-old daughter Sylvia was killed by Dunlap, said he didn't think there would ever be total closure in the case, but believed the execution could have demonstrated to other criminals that 'they will pay the price with their lives if they perform an act like that in the state of Colorado.' Dunlap's victims included Sylvia Crowell, 19, and Colleen O'Connor, 17; Margaret Kohlberg, a 50-year-old mother, who was on her first day on the job when she was shot by Dunlap, as was Ben Grant, 17. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Justice for Ryan: Family starts petition to keep boy’s killer in prison
Tom HackeMary Beth HackeRyan HackeVaughn MathisHOMESTEAD, Pa. —The night 14-month-old Ryan Hacke was killed was nearly two decades ago, but for his family, it's still a vivid, terrifying memory. "It was just horror," said Ryan's father, Tom Hacke. Tom Hacke was driving the car, with Ryan and his 3-year-old brother, Matthew, as passengers. They were stopped at a red light behind his wife, Mary Beth, in Homestead when Vaughn Mathis started shooting. "There was just this 'pop' in the windshield of the car and the bullet actually grazed me, and I looked up and I saw the perpetrator standing on the corner with two hands on the gun, and he was just squeezing the trigger," said Tom Hacke. "I just remember flames shooting out and my immediate reaction was to scream to my children 'duck.'" Tom Hacke said when the gunfire stopped, he realized Ryan was hit in the eye. Ryan died two days later. Vaughn Mathis was convicted of killing the boy, but 17 years later, he's up for parole. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Bond set at $2 million for black suspect in shooting of White Dallas police officer
Rakeem PerkinsJoshua BurnsDALLAS — Rakeem Perkins, the man Dallas police had sought in connection with the shooting of Officer Joshua Burns, was in the Dallas County Jail Sunday morning after surrendering at Dallas police headquarters just before 6 p.m. Saturday. Bond was set at $2 million on two counts of aggravated assault against a public servant. The initial gunfire came around noon as officers Joshua Burns and Salvador Varillas were responding to a domestic incident at an apartment complex at 13030 Audelia Road, police said. The suspect opened fire on the officers as they approached Perkins in his car. - (Black-on-white)

    UK: Appeal to find black killers of man with learning difficulties
(no mugshot)(no mugshot)(no mugshot)Dean Mayley DETECTIVES ARE appealing for witnesses who may have seen the “brutal murder” of a man with learning difficulties who was stabbed to death in west London by three or four “black” men wearing “hooded tops”. Police have released footage and CCTV images of 24-year-old Dean Mayley getting off a bus in Ruislip Road in Greenford before he was murdered on Friday afternoon (Feb 7). At about 5.15pm, “he was attacked by a group of three or four males - described as black and wearing dark, hooded tops - and stabbed to the chest with such ferocity that his heart was pierced”, officers said. - (Black-on-white) - (UK)

    Interracial inmates returned to prison after brief 'escape'
Ashley McColligan and Darrell Howard Twenty-five-year-old Darrell Howard and 29-year-old Ashley McColligan were both inmates at the Community Corrections Facility in Omaha. "The two inmates earlier that morning had been caught kissing and staff had talked to them about it. We have rules against inmates touching each other." Darrell and Ashley decided to run away together. They walked out the front door to the back patio and walked off the property, down Locust Street into Carter Lake. All of this was witnessed by staff. They called Carter Lake Police and the two were back in custody 20 minutes later, about a mile away. Howard was serving time for robbery, He had a parole hearing coming up in May. McColligan was serving time for robbery and kidnapping. She was to go before the parole board in August.

    Orleans Parish magistrate judge sets $1 million bond for black gang-rape, kidnapping suspect
Brian Beasley, Glenn Elliott, Darren Holmes  and Jermaine RumleyA magistrate judge on Thursday set a $1 million bond for the man arrested Wednesday for allegedly kidnapping, robbing and raping a home health nurse in a rundown Central City fourplex last week. Brian Beasley, 21, surrendered to police after investigators secured an arrest warrant for him and three others, based on tips. Beasley was booked with armed robbery, aggravated rape and aggravated kidnapping. The other suspects remained at-large Wednesday. They are Jermaine Rumley, 21; Darren Holmes, 19; and Glenn Elliott, 17. The men are considered armed and dangerous, Braden said. The victim, a 53-year-old woman, was preparing to visit a patient on Thursday when two armed men approached her and tried to rob her, police have said. The men took her to the fourplex in the 1300 block of South Gayoso Street, where as many as a half-dozen men allegedly raped her, police said.
   
  • NOPD arrests 5th suspect in gang rape of home health nurse
    David QuinnA 17-year-old man was arrested by New Orleans police in Uptown on Friday, the last of five suspects who police believe abducted and raped a home health nurse inside an abandoned Gert Town house. David Quinn was arrested at his home in the 2900 block of General Taylor Street.
   
   
  • Also charged this week was Jonathan Wilson, 27,
    Jonathan Wilson who allegedly abducted and raped an 18-year-old high school student on Dec. 7. Wilson faces counts of aggravated rape, simple kidnapping and armed robbery, and is being held in lieu of $1.75 million bond.

    Suspect arrested for reportedly kidnapping, sexually assaulting teenager
Koyat Floyd MEMPHIS, TN - - A reported sexual assault incident that happened last month in Hickory Hill is one of several kidnapping and rape charges in the last few weeks. Early Saturday morning police arrested Koyat Floyd for allegedly kidnapping a 16-year-old in the 200 block of Georgia Avenue, near downtown Memphis. According to the affidavit, Floyd grabbed the victim as she walked down the street and dragged her to a nearby field, where he then held at her at knife point and forced her to have sex with him in a nearby field. The victim positively identified Floyd in a photo line up and police apprehended him after a failed flee attempt.

    Man Charged with Rape and Sodomizing Teenage Girl
Kotay Floyd(Memphis) Police say a teenage girl is recovering after being raped on Valentine’s Day. This wasn’t a date rape. Investigators say it was a stranger who kidnapped the 16-year-old girl, who was just walking down the street in South Memphis, close to downtown. Police have arrested 35-year-old Kotay Floyd for the crime. One woman says she sees him all the time. “Walking past, he tells me that I look nice,” said the woman who didn’t want to be identified. She see’s him on the same street, Georgia Avenue, where police say Floyd grabbed the teenage girl and dragged her into an empty field. Police say he held the 16-year-old at knife point as he raped and sodomized her.
   

   

Columbus police arrest 3 in rape, shooting, burning of woman
Joey Betrail Garron or Robert Carl Johnson or Ketorie Glover Joey Betrail Garron or Robert Carl Johnson or Ketorie Glover Joey Betrail Garron or Robert Carl Johnson or Ketorie Glover Three arrests have been made in what Columbus police Sgt. Lance Deaton called Sunday a “very brutal crime,” involving the rape, shooting and burning of a woman. Arrested were Joey Betrail Garron, 26, of Columbus, Robert Carl Johnson, 23, of Columbus and Ketorie Glover, 23, of Columbus.


    Police Release New Sketch Of Black Rape Suspect
black rapistSAVANNAH, GA - "It's more than a sexual assault - these individuals were raped. People we have a rapist on the street in Savannah." Those are strong words today from Kesha Gibson-Carter, the Director of the Rape Crisis Center of the Coastal Empire. Savannah has seen two high-profile cases in the last two months. Police today released a sketch of the man they are searching for in the Candler incident. He is described as being around 5 feet- 10 inches tall and possibly in his 30's or 40's.

   

Anti-sex trafficking non-profit founder Dhan Pun, faces more child rape charges - he fled to Nepal
The suspect was charged with two counts of third-degree child rape and third-degree child molestation last year in Snohomish County. He fled to Nepal in November after those charges were filed. Pun is accused of regularly sexually assaulting a teenage relative when he lived in Seattle from 2010 to 2012. The girl was 13 to 15 years old at the time of the abuse.



    'He's absolutely wrong': Fury of murder victim's mother as governor suspends ALL death penalties in Washington state
 Allen Eugene Gregoryn Liberal governor Jay InsleeLeola PedenThe mother of a woman who was raped and murdered in 1996 has told of her fury after her daughter's killer had his death sentence suspended by Washington's democratic governor Jay Inslee. Leola Peden, 77, whose daughter Genie Harshfield was murdered in Tacoma, says she is outraged by the decision to spare the life of convicted murderer Allen Eugene Gregory. And she said Inslee had not bothered to speak to her before announcing he was suspending the sentences of all nine of the state's death row inmates. She said: 'He’s absolutely wrong 'I don’t feel that my family and my grandchildren and my great grandchildren should clothe and feed Gregory and take care of all his health needs and dental care for the rest of his life. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Another black-on-white murderer that 'bleeding liberal heart' governor is keeping from Justice
Jonathan Lee GentryLiberal governor Jay InsleeCassie Holden, 12 Jonathan Lee Gentry Convicted in 1991 of bludgeoning Cassie Holden, 12, on June 13, 1988, in Kitsap County. Engelhard noted that the victim was white, as were all the jurors, and Gentry is black. During the trial's closing arguments, a Kitsap County deputy prosecutor repeatedly told jurors that Gentry referred to the victim as a "bitch," Engelhard told U.S. District Judge Robert Lasnik. - (Black-on-white)

    Another black-on-white murderer that 'bleeding liberal heart' governor is keeping from Justice
Dwayne WoodsLiberal governor Jay InsleeJade Harmony MooreThis undated photo provided by the Washington Dept. of Corrections shows Dwayne Woods, one of nine inmates currently on death row in Washington state. Woods was convicted for a 1996 double murder. Gov. Jay Inslee on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014 announced that he was suspending the use of the death penalty in Washington state for as long as he's in office. Under Inslee's system, death row inmates will remain in prison rather than face execution. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • My daughter, Jade Harmony Moore, was murdered 28 days before her 19th birthday on April 28th, 1996.
    Dwayne Woods is on death row in Walla Walla, Washington and I will get to watch him take his last breath ----- someday. Jade, and two other girls that are sisters were involved. They were all three beaten with a baseball bat, one at a time. Jade was also raped, and one of the girls was stabbed a few times. He was the boyfriend of one of the girls, and believe it or not, SHE is the one that lived. Jade and the other girl both died. The one girl was brain dead right away, and never came back. Jade talked to the doctors and police, and told everyone who did it. The doctors were going to keep her in the hospital overnight, then let her go home the next day. They said she was going to have a real bad headache for a couple of days, but should be fine. At 6:00 that night, a blood clot dislodged from her brain, and she was brain dead. They did tests for 24 hours, but she couldn't breath on her own. I actually have 2 death dates because of that. She actually died April 27th, but because they have to do tests for 24 hours, the legal death date is April 28th. I will never stop loving and missing her. My heart hurts all the time. Jade has two brothers, which I am so thankful for. We were lucky, our trial went smoothly and we took it as far as we could. I've become a cemetery mom. That has become my place of comfort. I have all kinds of things glued to the cement surrounding her headstone. Pictures of her, poems, hearts, anything I can find that will work. Her 21st birthday was I think the hardest "event" for me to get through.
   

    Cecil DavisLiberal governor Jay InsleeYoshiko CouchThis undated photo provided by the Washington Dept. of Corrections shows Cecil Davis, one of nine inmates currently on death row in Washington state. Davis was convicted for the rape and murder of a 65-year-old woman. Gov. Jay Inslee on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014 announced that he was suspending the use of the death penalty in Washington state for as long as he's in office. Under Inslee's system, death row inmates will remain in prison rather than face execution.
   

    Joliet Teen Charged in Fatal Chicago Shooting
Tramian BarnesAlex AndersonAn 18-year-old from Joliet is charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of a 19-year-old in Chicago last month. Tramian Barnes is accused in the Jan. 20 murder of Alex Anderson, who was reportedly a passenger in a vehicle Barnes was driving. Police said Barnes was driving on North Milwaukee Avenue at around 10:20 p.m. when he pulled out a handgun and shot Anderson in the abdomen and right arm.
   

    Cabarrus Co. continue investigation into triple murder at mobile home park
Darryl Angelo AndersonSharon Cox - apparently holding a mixed-race babySheila Fowler SerranoN.C. — Cabarrus County deputies investigated the slayings of three women in Concord. searched for clues in a crime scene covered with snow Thursday. The victims' family members and friends who live in a mobile home park in Concord were too broken up to talk on camera but off camera they told more about the victims and what happened in the moments leading up to the shooting. Cabarrus County investigators wouldn't comment on the case, but neighbors said they're still in disbelief. Investigators arrested Darryl Angelo Anderson and are charging him with three counts of murder. They said he killed Sheila Serrano, Sharon Cox and Jessica Cox. Family members said Sharon and Jessica Cox were mother and daughter. They said Jessica Cox and Anderson were dating, but couldn't say exactly what led up to the murders. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Multiple Women Say They Were Victims Of Horrific Sex Crimes At Rust College By Black Professor
Sylvester OliverSylvester Oliver(Memphis) New allegations against a Mid-South College professor already facing charges for raping a student. Now, more women have come forward saying it happened too. Eight women claim they were attacked by Slyvester Oliver and the former director of enrollment at Rust College. Attorneys at the Cochran Law Firm in downtown Memphis said these complaints are so graphic and tragic that Rust College tried to seal them. The reports date back over two decades. “Absolutely shocking! It’s hard to imagine students could be victimized as they have been,” said Sam Cherry, partner of Cochran Law Firm. Cherry is one of the attorneys representing nine women who say they were victims of horrific sex crimes at Rust College. Cherry said most of the women, both students and faculty, were attacked by Oliver. Oliver is awaiting trial on criminal rape charges for one of the incidents.
   

    (Black) Teen Pleads Guilty Of Sexual Assault Posted On Facebook, Sentenced To 26 Years
Scandale FritzJustin ApplewhiteDyquier GarrettKenneth BrownOne of four teenagers charged with sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl in December 2012 in Englewood and then posting a video of the attack on Facebook pleaded guilty Friday and is going to prison. Scandale Fritz, 17, pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault and Judge Timothy Joyce sentenced him to 13 years on each count to be served consecutively, for a total of 26 years. Also charged in the assault are Justin Applewhite, Dyquier Garrett, and Kenneth Brown, all of whom were between 15 and 17 at the time of the attack, but were charged as adults with aggravated criminal sexual assault.
   

    Cops: Pervert exposes himself to 83-year-old woman -- inside a Bronx nursing home!
black exposer"A creep who snuck into a Bronx nursing home exposed himself to an 83-year-old woman, cops said Friday. The sicko waltzed into the Rebekah Rehab & Extended Care Center on Havemeyer Ave. about 3:05 a.m. on Tuesday, police said. He slipped into the room of his elderly victim, whom he apparently selected at random, and exposed himself to her before fleeing, police said. Cops released surveillance camera photos of the suspect Friday. He is described as 20- to 25-years-old and heavy set."

    Black named 'Brothel' charged after being shot by police in St. Louis County
Brothel GeorgeA suspect faces charges after being shot by police officers in Jennings Wednesday night. Brothel George, 39, was charged with assault and armed criminal action. According to police, officers went to George’s home in the 9200 block of Hathaway around 9:40 p.m. to arrest him on drug possession and distributing charges. Police say officers spotted George, who then pulled out at gun and pointed it at them. “Fearing safety of their lives, the officers returned fire, striking the suspect,” said St. Louis County Police Officer Brian Schellman.

    Woman Hurt by Philly Stage Dive Gets $1.4M
Angelo "Dr. Madd Vibe" MooreA woman who broke her skull and collarbone when the lead singer of Fishbone dived from a Philadelphia stage has been awarded $1.4 million in her lawsuit against the band. A federal judge found that Fishbone's Angelo "Dr. Madd Vibe" Moore has shown little remorse and hasn't stopped stage-diving despite frequent injuries to concert-goers. Kimberly Myers, of Voorhees, N.J., was injured during a performance at WXPN's World Cafe Live in February 2010. She lost consciousness when she was knocked to the floor, yet the band "continued to perform as if nothing had happened," U.S. District Judge Jan DuBois wrote in Wednesday's ruling.

    Gunman gets manslaughter in shooting over hair weave
Denzel HolderA Brooklyn gunman was convicted of manslaughter but acquitted of murder Tuesday for a brutal street killing sparked when his girlfriend insulted another woman’s hair weave – as disgusted jurors slammed the shooting as “stupid” and “ridiculous.” Denzel Holder, 21, was also convicted of an illegal gun charge and will face up to 25 years behind bars when he is sentenced March 25 for shooting Shawn Williams, 19, in the Crown Heights beef sparked when Holder’s gal pal made fun of Williams’ girlfriend’s hair in August 2011. “If it didn’t end in murder it would have been comical,” said one female juror who declined to give her name.
   

    Résumé fibber now principal at Brooklyn charter
Lewis Franklin Thomas III He might have pulled it off if the “secret handshake” hadn’t given him away as a liar. Brooklyn charter-school principal Lewis Franklin Thomas III has been booted from education jobs in three other cities after a string of résumé falsehoods — which were first exposed in Cleveland in 2005 after he claimed he was a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity but couldn’t do the handshake, the education news site Chalkbeat reported. And while Thomas has deleted the fictitious frat membership from his bio — and no longer claims, as he did in Cleveland, that he had held staff jobs with Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton — other apparent lies and exaggerations still riddle his online bio at the at the Urban Dove Team Charter School in Bed-Stuy.

    Terrytown man convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend
Tory "Toe" WilsonA Terrytown man was convicted Thursday night of shooting his ex-girlfriend at least 16 times, finishing her off by standing over her after she collapsed on her front lawn and firing bullets into her head. Depicted during the trial as a man obsessed with a past relationship, Tory "Toe" Wilson, 32, faces life in prison for gunning down Stephanie South, a 27-year-old elder care nurse from St. Joseph, La., who died outside her Terrytown apartment on Aug. 24, 2012.

    Female Teacher accused on YouTube arrested for Lesbian sexual assaults
Andrea CardosaRIVERSIDE, Calif. -- Andrea Cardosa, a former middle school teacher and school administrator who was accused in a viral YouTube video of sexually abusing a former student, was arrested on Monday. Cardosa was arrested on a $5-million arrest warrant at about 5:45 p.m. in the city of Perris by a Riverside County sheriff's warrant team. Cardosa was charged with 16 felony counts, including five counts of aggravated sexual assault on a child under the age of 14; five counts of lewd acts on a child under the age of 14; and six counts of lewd acts on a child 14 or 15 years of age while the defendant is at least 10 years older than the victim. Each of the counts applies to a victim known as Jane Doe 1, except for one count involving Jane Doe 2.

 

 

 


    Black man slashes elderly White woman's throat in Lexington Kroger store, police say
Corey Lane CumminsSara GretzLexington police arrested a man who allegedly attacked and cut a woman inside a grocery store Wednesday afternoon. The woman in her 70s had her throat slashed with a sharp instrument in the Kroger at 150 West Lowry Lane Lane off Nicholasville Road, said Lexington police spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts. The woman was taken to a hospital for treatment of life-threatening injuries, Roberts said. No one else was hurt. Police charged Corey Lane Cummins, 43, with first-degree assault in connection with the attack. He was lodged in the Fayette County jail. Video from the store shows "he was following the woman from behind right before the slashing incident took place," Roberts said. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Kroger stabbing victim still recovering at hospital
    LEXINGTON, Ky. - It's a shocking crime in which a woman was attacked while shopping at a Lexington Kroger. Lexington Police say on Wednesday afternoon Corey Lane Cummins 44, came up from behind and stabbed Sara Gretz, 77, in the neck at the West Lowry Lane Kroger. Police arrested Cummins, charging him with 1st degree assault.

    Black Suspect in Murder of Elderly White Man Sentenced
Rayshawn JohnsonVishawn Mills Oakley Mitchell One of two people charged with the death of a 74 year old rural Secor man last year was sentenced in Woodford County court Thursday. Rayshawn Johnson received a 50 year sentence for the dismemberment murder of Oakley Mitchell whose remains were found last year in Woodford and McLean Counties. Johnson is the boyfriend of Mitchell's former caregiver, Vishawn Mills who appears in court next month. Johnson must serve 100 percent of the sentence. During his sentencing hearing, Johnson apologized to the victim's family. Mitchell was shot five times, dragged to a burn pit and lit on fire. Mitchell's charred remains were later found in the Mackinaw River in both McLean and Woodford Counties. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Slay rap in bus smash
Dominic WhilbyWilliam PenaThe nephew of model Tyson Beckford was charged with manslaughter and DUI Thursday for allegedly slamming a truck into an MTA bus, killing the driver. Dominic Whilby, 23, was ordered held without bail at Manhattan Criminal Court for Wednesday’s crash. Whilby was partying with his famous uncle at a Fashion Week soiree before being kicked out of a club and a hotel lobby. He then allegedly broke into an apartment building before stealing the truck and hitting the M14 bus on West 14th Street, killing driver William Pena. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Even with one mistrial, still a high number of murder cases being tried this week
Amos Bien-AimeCircuit Judge Karen Miller agreed to declare a mistrial after two days of testimony in the trial of 22-year-old Amos “Ace” Bien-Aime after a prosecution witness changed her testimony to say she remembered seeking Bien-Aime holding a gun and aiming at Jesse Eggert, 37, who was fatally shot in the driveway of his suburban West Palm Beach house in August. Previously, the witness said she didn’t see Bien-Aime with the gun. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Former U.S. Army captain arrested in Port St. Lucie, accused in husband’s slaying
Valerie Ann LoweLaurence Edward DalyAfter allegedly shooting her husband last week, Valerie Ann Lowe waited 12 minutes before calling Port St. Lucie Police while the man “laid on the bedroom floor suffering,” according to a probable cause affidavit. Before dialing the emergency number, Lowe placed a pair of underpants on her husband, changed her clothes from the pajamas she was wearing, put her gun away, turned on a porch light and unlocked the front door to the couple’s residence. Laurence Edward Daly, 59, died at Lawnwood Trauma Center on Feb. 5 from a gunshot wound to the chest. Lowe told police she and Daly were involved in a domestic dispute when she shot him with a .38 caliber Smith and Wesson revolver. The couple married in July after meeting on a dating website and the relationship appeared to have been tempestuous from the start. - (Black-on-white)
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper accused of sex assault: 7 women, 4 states
Darren Sharper At least seven women in four different states have accused former NFL football player Darren Sharper of drugging and sexually assaulting them, according to court documents filed in Los Angeles on Friday. At least three other women and one man reported being drugged, according to records. Three of the alleged sexual assaults occurred on two consecutive nights in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Los Angeles County prosecutors charged Sharper on Friday with two counts of rape and five other drug charges in connection with two incidents in October and January. He has not been charged in cases in Las Vegas, New Orleans and Tempe, Ariz.

    Conviction in 8 rapes comes two decades after women report attacks
Willie BacotTwo decades after eight New Orleans women suffered sexual assaults, at least two committed at knifepoint while the victims lay asleep in their beds, a man has confessed to the crimes. The Friday morning (Feb. 14) resolution, which came at an arraignment hearing that usually marks the start of a long process and not the end of a cold case investigation, brought an effective life sentence for a prisoner on the cusp of being paroled after serving time for burglary, according to the Orleans Parish District Attorney's Office. Willie Bacot, 57, will be 97 years old at the soonest date he could be eligible for release.

    Man sentenced to life in 1991 Richmond district murder
Otis HughesSAN FRANCISCO — A man convicted of sexually assaulting and killing a woman in San Francisco's Richmond District more than two decades ago was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without parole, according to prosecutors. Otis Hughes, 61, was found guilty by a jury on Dec. 23, 2013 of killing 38-year-old Karen Wong inside her home on the 400 block of 47th Avenue, according to Alex Bastian, a spokesman for the San Francisco District Attorney's Office.
   

    Suspect sought in carjacking, shooting
Kelvin Lemonte StarksRICHMOND, Calf. — Police are asking for the public's help in locating a suspect who allegedly shot, robbed and carjacked a man in Richmond last week, a police spokeswoman said Thursday. A felony arrest warrant has been issued for 20-year-old Kelvin Lemonte Starks on suspicion of shooting, robbing and carjacking a man last Thursday. Starks is considered to be armed and dangerous. Police said he is described as a black man with brown eyes and short cut black hair who is 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs about 170 pounds. He has a tattoo that reads "MOE" on his hand.

    Police Searching For Four Suspects In Dallas Armed Robbery
black armed robbersDallas Police are searching for four suspects believed to be responsible for an aggravated robbery at a Dallas beer market. On Feb. 1 around 2:15 pm, the four suspects entered the Beer Mart located at 3250 Samuell Blvd. Two of the suspects were armed. The suspects took an unspecified amount of money and fled the location. Video surveillance captured detailed images of two of the suspects (shown). Suspect one is described as a black male, standing 5-foot-10 and weighing 190 pounds. The second suspect is described as a 5-foot-10 black male weighing 170 pounds. Both were seen wearing black hooded tops and both were armed.

    Death Warrant Signed For S. Fla Killer
Robert L. HenryThe South Florida man who killed two women with a hammer and set them on fire now has an execution date set for March 20. Gov. Rick Scott signed a death warrant Thursday for 55-year-old Robert L. Henry. He was convicted of the November 1987 slayings of Phyllis Harris and Janet Thermidor in Broward County. Henry worked with the victims at a fabric store. Henry told Harris the store was being robbed and he had been told to blindfold her and lock her in the men’s room. Then Henry attacked Thermidor with the hammer and robbed the store himself. Later he came back, used flammable liquid to set Thermidor on fire, then attacked Harris with the hammer and set her on fire. - (Burned Alive!)

 

   

800 Killed By Cartel Hitman – Testifies at Kingpin’s Shocking Trial of Murdered Americans
Arturo Gallegos CastrellonThe El Paso, Texas murder trial of Arturo Gallegos Castrellon, also known as “El Farmero,” is revealing stunning images of drug war brutality. Castrellon was the leader of the Barrio Azteca Gang before his arrest in 2010 for the murder of three U.S. Consulate workers and family members in Juarez, reported Fox News. Jesus Ernesto Chavez Castillo is considered a star witness at Castrellon’s murder trial and has admitted to being a notorious contract killer for the cartel.

   
  • West Texas jury convicts Mexican man of ordering slaying of consulate worker, 2 others in 2010
    EL PASO, Texas – A federal jury has convicted a high-level Mexican gang member of participating in the 2010 slaying of a U.S. consulate employee in the border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Arturo Gallegos Castrellon was found guilty Friday on three counts of murder for ordering the killing of Leslie Ann Enriquez Catton, a U.S. consulate worker, her husband and the husband of another consulate employee in Ciudad Juarez. He was also convicted on eight other counts, including money laundering, racketeering and conspiracy to distribute controlled substances. The indictment names 35 defendants. Twenty-five people have pleaded guilty, and one committed suicide in jail. Gallegos was extradited from Mexico two years ago.

 
 

 


    Black suspect released days before allegedly executing White woman
Brandy KeenanBriceson CarterNEW ORLEANS -- Brandy Keenan was a troubled young woman. Battling drug addiction, the 38-year-old mother of five had been arrested several times because of her habit. Her spontaneous trips to New Orleans were usually greeted with anxiety by the rest of her family back in Bogalusa. Last September, Keenan’s grandmother Dorothy Courtois begged her not to go. “We often worried about it,” Courtois said. “That she might get hurt down there, get put back in jail or something like that. But we never thought that she'd be murdered.” Tragically, that’s exactly what happened. What Keenan couldn't have known was that she would run into a man with criminal troubles far greater than her own. According to police, the trouble came from 29-year-old Briceson Carter. On Oct. 12, he allegedly bound Brandy Keenan by the hands and feet, shot her execution-style, and left her body in a weed-choked abandoned lot. All within a few square miles. Brandy's father Wayne Jenkins said he can barely cope. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Inmate arrested on count of murder
    Briceson Carter sauntered up to a woman on the Mississippi River levee in the Lower 9th Ward early on the morning of Oct. 13 and asked her for her number. The woman declined his request, which he followed up with another one: “Well, why don’t you just give me your cellphone and money? If you don’t, I will kill you,” he said as he pointed a gun at the woman, according to New Orleans police and court documents. After a lengthy ordeal, that woman was spared. Another one was not so lucky. Police arrested Carter, 29, on Friday on a count of second-degree murder in the death of Brandy Keenan, 38, of Bogalusa. He was already in jail in connection with the armed robbery of the other woman.
  • (Negro) Judge who disdains pretrial services declined to jail man later accused of kidnapping, robbery, killing
    Ben WillardCriminal District Judge Ben Willard pressed his fingertips together and calmly told the New Orleans City Council recently that he didn't want the advice of a third-party consultant when it comes to ruling on defendants' bonds. But Willard's own reputation for discretion from the bench took a hit recently. He let defendant Briceson Carter out on bond in August despite a number of red flags. Not only had Carter missed an earlier court hearing on a crack cocaine charge, but he was also staring at a life sentence for his lengthy rap sheet. Carter, 29, is now behind bars, accused of robbing one woman and killing another last month in the Lower 9th Ward.
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    UPDATE: Witness: 'Stare' Sparked Deadly Bristol Stabbing
Joshua DanielsJoey KlettBRISTOL — A fight that led to the fatal stabbing of a 19-year-old might have started because the accused killer didn't like the way the victim was looking him, according to a warrant released Monday. Joshua "Gucci" Daniels, 26, of Conlon Street in Bristol is accused of fatally stabbing Joey Klett, a graduate of Bristol Central High School. He was arraigned on a charge of murder at Superior Court Monday after he was extradited from North Carolina; Daniels was arrested there on a fugitive from justice charge Jan. 26 — one day after the stabbing on Irving Street. His bail was set at $2 million and his next court date scheduled for Feb. 21 in Superior Court in New Britain. - (Black-on-white)
   

    As cop killer pleads guilty, new video released showing mental illness
Joshua Tremaine JonesCayce Ray Vice Sandy RogersAIKEN, SC - Joshua Jones has pleaded guilty but mentally ill to murdering Aiken Public Safety Cpl. Sandy Rogers. Jones has been sentenced to life in prison with no parole. Authorities say Cpl. Rogers was shot while responding to a suspicious vehicle in 2012. They say Jones also shot and killed his girlfriend, Cayce Ray Vice, prior to killing Cpl. Rogers. Monday morning he pleaded guilty to the murder charge, along with possession of a weapon during a violent crime, failure to stop for blue lights, unlawful carrying of a pistol, and petit larceny. Dozens of officers, Public Safety Director Charles Barranco, Sheriff Michael Hunt, State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) Chief Mark Keel, and the family of Sandy Rogers were all in the courtroom for justice. Because Jones was pleading guilty but mentally ill, Judge Jack Early began a competency hearing to see if Jones was fit to stand trial. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Convicted double murderer Darren Price likely to learn fate today, jury to decide on death penalty
Jerard DavisDarren PriceCarissa Horton, 18, and Ethan Nichols, 21TULSA - A man convicted of a double murder will likely find out today if he will be sentenced to death. A jury found Darren Price, 21, guilty of five counts Monday, including for the felony murders of an 18-year-old ORU student and her 21-year-old boyfriend. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for the murders. According to prosecutors, Carissa Horton and Ethan Nichols were robbed and shot execution style while walking in Tulsa's Hicks Park in September 2011. On Tuesday jurors recommended prison time for Price's lesser convictions, including possession of a firearm as a felon. Several jurors cried on Wednesday as the victim's parents read statements in court. Scott Nichols, Ethan's father, said he "couldn't have asked for a better son." He said he struggled with many fearful, sleepless nights for months following Ethan's death. Another defendant, Jerard Davis, pleaded guilty to murder charges last year and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black Camden County Man Found Guilty Of 2008 Murder Of Rutgers Student - the mother of his child
Troy Whye Krystal SkinnerTroy Whye was found guilty of first-degree murder for the second time Wednesday in the fatal 2008 stabbing of his estranged girlfriend in front of the couple's toddler. The verdict, after three days of deliberations, ended the trial in which Whye, 42, was accused of killing Krystal Skinner, then 23, in her Lindenwold apartment. On March 26, police found her son, John, kneeling beside her body, stroking her hair. During three days of deliberations, the jury at the Camden County Courthouse asked to hear testimony of Whye and at least two witnesses before making its decision. Before noon Wednesday, jurors returned their verdict. Whye was guilty of murder, endangering the welfare of his child, and illegal possession of a weapon. He faces life in prison. Sentencing is scheduled for April. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Suspect arrested in 2001 beating death of woman in downtown Houston
Joseph Edward WebsterHOUSTON—The Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force arrested a suspect wanted in the fatal beating of a woman 13 years ago in downtown Houston. The victim, Josephine Herbert, 47, was pronounced dead in an alley located at 1000 Prairie at about 2 p.m. on Sept. 18, 2001. Police said she appeared to have been beaten in the head with a piece of concrete that was next to her body. She had also been sexually assaulted, investigators said. Joseph Edward Webster is charged with murder in the 176th State District Court. Recently, new evidence became available that led to the identification of Webster as a suspect in the case, police said.

 

   

Juan Carlos Chavez executed for 1995 kidnap, homosexual rape and murder of 9-year-old Jimmy Ryce
Juan Carlos ChavezJuan Carlos Chavez - 1998 Jimmy RyceA Cuban immigrant was executed by lethal injection Wednesday for the 1995 kidnapping, rape and murder of 9-year-old Jimmy Ryce, a spokesman for the governor said. Juan Carlos Chavez, who confessed to the murder of Ryce, who lived in south Miami-Dade County, was executed at the Florida State Prison at Starke at 8:17 p.m. A Florida law passed in the wake of the killing cleared the way for imprisoned sexual offenders to be held after their release if found likely to repeat their crimes. The law has been replicated across the United States. The execution, attended by Ryce's father, was briefly delayed by a last-minute appeal by Chavez's lawyers which the U.S. Supreme Court denied. is scheduled to die by lethal injection. Chavez, who worked as a farmhand and had no criminal history, kidnapped the boy at gunpoint as he got off a school bus. He took Ryce to his trailer and raped him. When the boy tried to escape, Chavez shot him in the back, dismembered him and hid his body in concrete-filled plastic pots.

   

   

   

 

 


    Black man accused of violent carjacking of (White) 77-year-old woman arrested
James FarleyCharlesey SmedleyORLANDO, Fla. —A central Florida man is in jail after beating a 77-year-old woman and stealing her car, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office. James Farley, 18, allegedly violently removed Charlesey Smedley from her vehicle and threw her to the ground before around 2 a.m. on Jan. 13. Smedley was taken to Florida Hospital Kissimmee for non-life-threatening injuries. Deputies said Farley fled the Capri Apartments in the Hunter's Creek area in Smedley's light blue 2003 Hyundai Accent. The Kissimmee Police Department arrested Farley on Wednesday. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • 77-year-old woman carjacked outside Hunters Creek condo - January 13, 2014
    ORLANDO -- A senior citizen is speaking out after being carjacked outside of her Orange County condominium early Monday morning. Seventy-seven-year-old Charlesey Smedley, is bruised and battered, but she’s in good spirits as she recovers from a black eye, a swollen wrist and broken ribs.

    Mob of (black racist) teens attack (White) man in downtown Cleveland
(no mugshot yet)(no mugshot yet)(no mugshot yet)(no mugshot yet)(no mugshot yet)(no mugshot yet)Matthew RobinsonCLEVELAND, OH - There's evidence of more violent teens running around the heart of downtown Cleveland. A disabled Army vet spoke out about the latest attack that happened Friday, Feb. 7, 2014. Matthew Robinson told our Ed Gallek he was riding RTA's Healthline when six to eight teenagers surrounded him on the bus, and then started following him. Then, he said they attacked, took his stuff, and videotaped what they were doing. The incident went down at 6th and Euclid, and the crowd scattered when cops showed up. Robinson said "What they were saying was, 'Knock that boy out!' 'White boy.' 'Cracker.' They were saying, 'Knock that white boy out.'" The victim said not only did the group taunt him with racial slurs, they also videotaped the incident. - (Black-on-white)
   

    2 blacks in custody after (White) Girl Scouts robbed outside Winn Dixie
2 blacksDaley EisenmannFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Two people were arrested Tuesday in connection with a robbery involving a group of Girl Scouts outside a Winn Dixie. The victim of that robbery, a 10-year-old girl whose cell phone was taken by the brazen thieves. "When it happened, I didn't stop crying," said Daley Eisenmann. "It had all my mom's contacts on it, all these people." Late Tuesday, police said they had recovered the phone and it appeared to be in good condition. On Sunday, the girls were selling cookies at the supermarket on Davie Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale. Two teens were caught on video approaching the girls, then taking off with the phone. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Oakland Kidnapping Suspect Seen Stuffing Lobsters, Ribeye Down Pants Before Carjacking
black shoplifter & carjackerOAKLAND – A teenage girl and an older man are believed to have been kidnapped after a shoplifting incident turned into a carjacking at an Oakland Safeway Tuesday afternoon. The California Highway Patrol issued an Amber Alert following the carjacking and abduction. The suspect is described as a black man in his 40s, about 5 feet 7 inches tall, with salt-and-pepper hair. He weighs about 165 pounds and was wearing a green shirt, a blue jacket, blue jeans and headphones, police said. - (Drudge link)
    UPDATE: Oakland Police Name Person Of Interest In Amber Alert Kidnapping Case
Roy McCameyOakland police announced Wednesday that they have identified a person of interest in what was initially reported as a carjacking and kidnapping at the Lincoln Square Shopping Center on Tuesday. At a news conference at police headquarters Wednesday morning, Oakland police spokeswoman Johnna Watson said the person investigators are looking for is 54-year-old Roy McCamey.

    CONVICTED: Nagin's 7-year fall from grace complete
Ray NaginNEW ORLEANS – A federal jury convicted former Mayor Ray Nagin on 20 of 21 public corruption counts Wednesday after deliberating for more than six hours over two days. Sentencing is scheduled for June 11. While Nagin did not have a noticeable reaction in the courtroom once the verdict was read, his wife Seletha sobbed. On his way out of the courthouse, Nagin avoided questions thrown his way, answering only that, "I maintain my innocence." Nagin's attorney Robert Jenkins, meanwhile, indicated he planned an appeal, but he didn't talk about what the grounds for an appeal would be. The former New Orleans mayor, who served two terms - including during and after Hurricane Katrina, was convicted on all the counts except for count seven.

    Man accused of raping Henrico women was paroled 7 years early
Kevin Lamont SpencerHENRICO COUNTY, Va. –Henrico police want to know if a man they charged with rape on Tuesday in connection with a cold case could be connected to any other unsolved rape cases in the area. Kevin Lamont Spencer, 44, is charged with three rapes that occurred in June 1990, September 1990, and June 1991. The assaults happened in the 200, 300, and 700 blocks of North Laburnum Avenue. “Detectives” research, as well as DNA collected as a result of the investigation, led to charges being placed. The victims, all females, one in her late teens and two in their 20’s at the time of the assaults, were strangers to Mr. Spencer.” “Mr. Spencer has been served with 11 indictments.” Henrico Police Detective Joe Schihl described Spencer as a “serial rapist” in a Tuesday afternoon press conference.

    Teen hired to do yard work accused of raping University City woman
Markeon JonesA 16-year-old hired to some yard work is accused of brutally assaulting a woman inside her University City home for several hours. Police say Markeon Jones, now 17, on Dec. 23 went door-to-door offering to shovel snow and rake leaves in a north central neighborhood of University City when a homeowner hired him. The homeowner left a short time later and police say that’s when Jones forced himself into the home and sexually assaulted the 28-year-old female victim inside. Jones forcibly raped and abused her for several hours before fleeing the home and the victim called police. Jones was caught several blocks away. He was also accused of stealing money and an iPhone from the home. He was 16-years-old at the time and the St. Louis County Family Court certified him to stand trial as an adult after police said the nature of the attack was “so heinous.” Jones was charged with five counts of forcible sodomy, three counts of forcible rape, one count of first-degree burglary, second-degree assault, and second-degree robbery.

    Arrests made in violent robberies of delivery drivers
Martinus Lamon WilliamsDerwin Eugene WhiteLouisville Metro Police have arrested two men accused of violent assaults on food delivery drivers. Arrest reports say Martinus Lamon Williams, 18, and Derwin Eugene White, 20, where the men who assaulted a delivery driver for Taste of China in the 1300 block of S. Brook Street around 9:45 p.m. February 11. After the delivery had been made the report states the driver found Williams inside his vehicle. When he yelled out to Williams, White approached the delivery driver and struck him in the face with a handgun. White then demanded money from the delivery driver. After getting approximately $100, White made another demand for money and hit the victim several more times in the face with the gun.

    3 suspects arrested after robberies at 2 construction sites in Porter
Jamichael Sasser, Malcolm Green and James Balca Jr.PORTER, Texas – Three male suspects face charges of aggravated robbery after a crime spree Saturday afternoon in Montgomery County, deputies said. According to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Jamichael Sasser, Malcolm Green and James Balca Jr. are each charged with four counts of aggravated robbery. Deputies responded to the robbery at 4:20 p.m. at a home under construction in the 20500 block of Conery Grove Drive. The three armed suspects entered the home and demanded money and belongings from three construction workers. The suspects then fled the scene on foot and their description was distributed to law enforcement agencies, deputies said.

    2 Men, 1 Woman Netted In Connection With String Of Antelope Valley Armed Robberies
Marcus Robinson, Mahealani Austin and Brooke HollinsPALMDALE — Deputies have apprehended two men and a woman they suspect waged several armed robberies in the Antelope Valley. Palmdale residents Marcus Robinson, Mahealani Austin and Brooke Hollins were arrested Wednesday at two separate locations, where deputies found a gun and other evidence allegedly related to the crimes, Deputy Miguel Ruiz of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said. The suspects were charged with 72 counts, including armed robbery, kidnap for robbery and assault with a deadly weapon, for a string of robberies that began in 2011 and continued on through 2012. The men would allegedly barge into businesses, armed and masked, and sometimes force employees into the back rooms to open the safes, Ruiz said.

    Police charge Savannah man with robbing store during SWAT, K-9 training
Aceen D. GrantPolice on Friday charged a Savannah man they say robbed a health food store the day before in the same area SWAT and K-9 units were conducting a training exercise. Detectives charged Aceen D. Grant, 20, with armed robbery. Grant was apprehended by a metro police officer who was familiar with him from previous cases as SWAT, K-9, patrol officers and a helicopter saturated the area around Ga. 204 and Interstate 95, Miller said. Grant reportedly had robbed the GNC store on the first block of Gateway Boulevard South and ran away before the combined units swept into the area and found him leaving a wood line, Miller said.

    Tuscaloosa man arrested for allegedly robbing a pizza delivery man he called to his own address
Michael Antonio LongTUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- It didn't take long for investigators with the Tuscaloosa Police Department to track down a man who allegedly robbed a pizza delivery driver Thursday night -- the suspect ordered the pizza to his own address. A driver was on a delivery call to a mobile home on Skyland Boulevard Thursday night, but when he knocked on the door of the residence he'd been called to, several men armed with handguns approached him and demanded all the money he had on him, both pizzas he was carrying and his wallet. The driver complied, but got a good look at his robbers before they fled the scene and was able to describe them to investigators. Officers asked residents of the mobile home park if they knew anyone who matched the victim's description, and were pointed toward the residence to which the driver was originally called. Michael Antonio Long was booked and charged with one count of first-degree robbery.

 

    Eric "My People" Holder Crosses the Racial Rubicon: Denying (Black) Felons the Right to Vote is "Racist"

   

 

   

Deputy Jonathan Scott Pine killed: 'Hero' slain in felon's attack
Jonathan Scott PineBenjamin HoltermannErica PughOrlando - He was a husband and a doting father of three who made a dramatic career change when he left the banking industry and pinned a badge to his pocket. His killer was a wanted man, a felon and the prime suspect in a series of vehicle burglaries. Deputy Sheriff Jonathan Scott Pine crossed paths with Benjamin Holtermann in deadly fashion in a gated neighborhood in southwest Orange County. Holtermann ambushed Pine as the deputy chased him into the backyard of a home. Pine's bulletproof vest absorbed two shots, Demings said, but athird struck his armpit and ripped through his chest, damaging major arteries. Within moments, the 28-year-old Holtermann shot himself in the head. A 9mm handgun was found near his body.

   


    Update: Four arrested in connection with Oakland home invasion, one charged
Beverley Concannon(no mugshot yet)OAKLAND, Calif. — Four teens have been taken into custody in connection with an Oakland home invasion robbery that left an 81-year-old woman with a shoulder wound, authorities announced Monday. Police have not yet released all of the suspects' names but said they are 18-year-old Shaquez Willard, a 19-year-old man and two 16-year-old boys.
   

    Police report: Passenger 'screamed for help' before wreck that killed teen
Kelvin Lee Roy Alexandria Nicole BertranA woman told police that her 32-year-old ex-boyfriend was trying to kill them Friday night when he caused a crash that killed a Vidor teenager. Kelvin Lee Roy was charged with murder because evidence seems to support he intended to cause harm when he ran into a Honda minivan, which killed 16-tear-old Alexandria Nicole Bertran. A warrant was issued Monday, who is already in custody at the Jefferson County jail for marijuana possession, on a murder charge. The ex-girlfriend told police the duo were headed to get food when Roy became aggressive and threatened their lives, according to court documents. Officers at the scene found in the vehicle eight bags of marijuana and one that appeared to be crack cocaine, according to the affidavit. - (Black-on-white)

    Second Suspect In September 2013 Tulsa Homicide Arrested
Darrelle GoffJordan Batice MitchellChristian Patrick DehartTULSA, Oklahoma - Police in Muskogee arrested a second man in connection with a September 2013 triple shooting in Tulsa which left a Kansas Army Reservist dead. According to the Tulsa County jail, Darrelle Goff, 24, was arrested Monday. Goff is charged with first-degree murder, robbery with a firearm and two counts of shooting with intent to kill. Christian Dehart was killed on September 27, inside the garage of a home. Another suspect in the deadly shooting, Jordan Batice Mitchell, 20, was arrested in Muskogee in November 2013. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Lawyer wants to suppress defendant's criminal past
ALBANY, GA - Defense attorneys for a death penalty defendant charged with killing a Dougherty County Police officer don't want jurors to hear about his criminal past. Prosecutors say 22-year-old Dontravious Thomas fatally shot Lt. Thomas Clifford "Cliff" Rouse in December 2010, after robbing the Pitt Stop convenience store on Sylvester Road. At a pre-trial hearing Friday, Detective Chad Kilpatrick testified that Thomas broke into that same store in 2009 and lived in a mobile home park behind it. Thomas pled guilty to the break-in, but his attorneys argue that should not be brought up at trial because the crimes aren't connected. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Man Charged With Sexual Assault Appears In Stearns County Court
Xavier Phillips-FreemanST. CLOUD – A man arrested on alleged rape charges made an appearance in Stearns County Court today (Monday). Twenty-four-year-old Xavier Phillips-Freeman is charged with two counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct in the First Degree. Bail was set at $600,000 without conditions, and $300,000 with conditions. The incident happened on September 26th of last year near the Stearns County Administration Building in downtown St. Cloud. Phillips-Freeman is accused of following his victim, pushing her down an embankment, and raping her.

    Man Arrested of Molesting 8 Year-Old Girl
Guidner JeanA Coral Springs man was arrested on Monday after being accused of performing a sexual act on an 8 year old girl, police said. Coral Springs Police arrested Guidner Jean, 26, after a child told investigators in a sworn statement that Jean touched her vagina beneath her underwear and then pulled her clothes off and performed oral sex on her just two days prior. The child also told authorities that Jean touched her chest beneath her clothing, the police report said. After Jean was taken into custody, he told police that while on the couch, he placed his hand down the pants of the victim and touched her vagina. He later admitted that he pulled down victim’s pants and performed oral sex on her.

 
  • Scotland: Illegal immigrant Afolabi Awodiya from Nigeria convicted of rape
    An illegal immigrant has been convicted of raping a sleeping woman after she went to bed in a spare room. Afolabi Awodiya, 34, attacked his 20-year-old victim after she had returned to an Edinburgh flat following a night out. The Nigerian man, who admitted to police he entered Britain illegally in 2007, had denied carrying out the rape. But a jury at the High Court in Edinburgh yesterday found him guilty. The woman's DNA was found on him. He told the court he had fathered two children since coming to the country. - (UK)

   

Illegal Immigrant Sentenced For Sexual Abuse of 11-Year-Old Girl
An illegal immigrant from Honduras, 39-year-old Hernan Ramirez-Ortega, has been sentenced to 27 years in prison for sexually abusing an 11-year-old Tohono O'odham girl. He was also sentenced for sexually abusing a woman living on the Gila River Indian Reservation. At the time time of the abuse, Ramirez-Ortega was living on the Tohono O'odham Nation. He plead guilty to the crimes in 2010.

   


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    Black Man Sentenced to Death in Cold Case Rape, Murder of Pregnant White Newlywed
Jason BalcomMalinda GibbonsNearly 26 years after Malinda Gibbons was raped and stabbed to death in her Costa Mesa home, a former neighbor convicted of murdering the pregnant newlywed was sentenced to death Friday. Jason Balcom, 43, was convicted in 2012, of one felony count of special circumstances murder during the commission of rape, sodomy, robbery, and burglary after being linked to the crime through DNA, according to a news release from the Orange County District Attorney’s Office. Malinda and her husband Kent Gibbons moved to Southern California from Utah only days before the attack. On the morning of July 18, 1988, Malinda was home alone unpacking their new apartment while Kent Gibbons was at work. Prosecutors said Balcom entered the apartment and bound Malinda’s hands and feet using her husband’s neck ties. He raped and sodomized Malinda and then murdered her by stabbing her in the chest, the release stated. Balcom then stole Malinda’s purse and took her wedding ring from her finger and fled. - (Black-on-white)

    Black Teen Indicted In Reynoldsburg Rape and Murder Of White Girl
Adrien McGeeAdrien McGeeAdrien McGeeDanielle MichaelsCOLUMBUS, Ohio - A teenager who is accused of killing an 18-year-old woman near Reynoldsburg High School Summit campus last year was indicted Thursday. Adrien McGee was indicted on charges of rape, kidnapping, and tampering with evidence. The body 18-year-old Danielle Michaels was found near the high school on Nov. 18. McGee, 17, was previously charged with aggravated murder, murder, rape, kidnapping, and tampering with evidence. Thursday's indictment brings all charges against him into adult court. The complaint provided by the prosecutor's office details that the tampering with evidence charge relates to allegations that, "McGee took steps to alter the scene or hide evidence, including, but not limited to, taking the battery out of her phone and throwing the cell phone and the battery to prevent others from finding it." McGee confessed to detectives that he had played an active role in her death. He told detectives that he and Michaels had been smoking marijuana prior to her death in Pine Quarry Park with a group of friends. Detectives said the teen provided them with details that only a suspect would know. Michaels was found with a laceration on her neck and arm, and a puncture wound in her neck. McGee allegedly admitted to purposely throwing a knife at Michaels, puncturing her neck. He also allegedly admitted to causing the injury on her arm. The injuries Michaels sustained led to her death. - (Black-on-white)

    Man gets life for fatal drug deal
Felicia Celeste VickersMorris Hires ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — A St. Petersburg man has been sentenced to life in prison for killing a woman during a drug deal. A Pinellas County judge sentenced 19-year-old Morris V. Hires on Thursday after a jury found him guilty of second-degree murder. Authorities say 21-year-old Felicia Celeste Vickers and several others drove to Hires' St. Petersburg home last March to buy drugs. One of the people in the car began arguing with Hires, who then pulled a gun and fired into the vehicle. Vickers was hit during the shooting. The group drove her to Bayfront Medical Center, where she died several hours later. Hires left the area for some time, but returned a few weeks later. Officers arrested him at this home, 535 26th Ave. S, after a police dog found him hiding in a crib. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Walmart Shooting Victim Still Critical, (Black) Suspect Charged With Attempted Capital Murder
Myron Terrell Lori MartinCONWAY, AR -- The Faulkner County prosecutor released the arrest report for the 29-year-old man police say is responsible for shooting a mother and wife Monday at a Walmart in Conway. Myron Terrell appeared in court Monday afternoon, facing attempted capital murder charges for shooting Lori Martin. "According to what we know, Mr. Terrell had clocked out of work and then the shooting occurred," said La Tresha Woodruff with Conway Police. Law enforcement says the Walmart employee had no connection to his victim. Martin was standing in line with her husband at the time of the shooting. Terrell admitted to shooting Martin six times. - (Black-on-white)

    Arrest made in Whtie Shrewsbury woman's 1974 stabbing death by black man
Lonzo GuthrieEileen B. Ferro SHREWSBURY, Mass. —An arrest has been made in the murder of a Shrewsbury woman whose husband found her stabbed to death in their home 40 years ago. Eileen B. Ferro was 21 when she was killed in her home on Ladyslipper Drive on Feb. 22, 1974. Her husband, Anthony T. Ferro Jr., found her body. Lonzo Guthrie, 69, was arrested Tuesday night and arraigned on a fugitive of justice charge in Georgia in connection with the case. Investigators said at the time that the slaying was especially brutal. Ferro, a dental hygienist who grew up in Worcester, had been slashed numerous times in the head and shoulders with a heavy, sharp object, possibly a hatchet or a butcher knife, police said. In 1974, police quickly ruled out robbery as a motive for the slaying and said Ferro didn't appear to have been sexually assaulted. Police initially theorized she knew her killer, based on the lack of any signs of forced entry or a struggle in the house. - (Black-on-white)

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