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  ARCHIVE for 21 June 2014

 
  • White Detroit Police Lieutenant Files Discrimination Complaint Against Department
    A lieutenant in charge of the Detroit Police Department’s drug unit says he was the victim of racial discrimination and subjected to a hostile work environment for reporting wrongdoing. Lt. Charles Flanagan, who is white, filed a complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on May 28, four days after Internal Affairs conducted an audit of the Narcotics Section, according to a report in the Detroit News. According to the report, Deputy Chief Daryl Brown, who ran the drug unit when the alleged violations occurred, recommended the transfer. Brown, an African-American, currently runs the Criminal Investigations Bureau, which oversees the drug unit currently under Flanagan’s leadership. - (Drudge link) - (Black-on-white)

   

 

 

 

 

 


    Black man, 23, accused of killing White cab driver
Rohbanni WilsonStuart CarsonJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Police in Jacksonville have arrested a 23-year-old man in the killing of a cab driver on the Northside earlier this month. Rohbanni Wilson is charged with murder in the shooting death of 43-year-old Stuart Carson. Carson was sitting in his Gator City Taxi cab on West 27th Street at about 7:45 a.m. June 7 when he was shot and killed. Police said Wilson became a person of interest, and through evidence obtained from a search warrant and from witnesses, he was identified as a suspect. - (Black-on-white)
   

    4 black suspects sought in deadly Gaslamp fight
Michael BeaverSuspects & person of interestSAN DIEGO — Authorities asked the public for help in identifying four people wanted in connection with the fatal beating of a 25-year-old man during a weekend dispute in the Gaslamp District. Michael Beaver got into an argument with the group for unknown reasons in the 500 block of F Street about 1 a.m. Sunday, according to San Diego police. After exchanging hostile words with Beaver, three of the suspects — two men and a woman — pummeled him in the upper body, homicide Lt. Mike Hastings said. They then walked off along with the second woman, leaving Beaver unconscious on the sidewalk. Medics took the victim to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead a short time later. Surveillance cameras captured images of the three assailants and an uninvolved female companion, all of whom were all described as black. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black punches pregnant White store clerk in face and then robs 'Quicky-Mart'
Jessica Smith punched in face by negroVincent Lavon JohnsonPensacola Police have arrested a man who punched a female in the face Wednesday afternoon when he robbed a business. Vincent Lavon Johnson, 41, of Pensacola, was taken into custody around 8:15 a.m. today in the 3000 block of North Roosevelt Street. He was charged with felony battery, strong-arm robbery and burglary. The robbery occurred around 3:15 p.m. Wednesday at Boost Mobile, 5039 Bayou Blvd. Officer Greg Gordon said Johnson entered, walked around, put his phone in his pocket, approached a counter, reached over the counter, and punched store employee Jessica Smith, 35, in the face. Johnson then demanded Smith tell him how to open the register. She complied and he took some money and the store phone before leaving the business. Smith, who is pregnant, was taken to a local hospital for treatment of a broken nose. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Final 3 Plead Guilty To Reduced Charges In Detroit Mob Beating
Steven UtashLatrez CummingsJames Deontae DavisWonzey SaffoldDETROIT – There won’t be a trial as all five charged in the case of a suburban man beaten by a mob in Detroit have now pleaded guilty to reduced charges. The final three: 19-year-old Latrez Cummings, 24-year-old James Davis, and 30-year-old Wonzey Saffold pleaded to assault Thursday in Wayne County Circuit Court. The three all admitted they participated in the attack on 54-year-old Steven Utash, who got out of his truck to help a young boy he’d hit with his pickup truck in April. Prosecutors dropped attempted murder charges against all three as part of a plea deal. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Georgia executes Marcus Wellons
Marcus Wellons JACKSON, Ga. -- A Georgia inmate convicted of rape and murder has become the first person to be executed in the U.S. since the botched lethal injection of a prisoner in Oklahoma in April. Marcus Wellons, 59, was put to death by lethal injection at the state prison in Jackson. In 1993, he was convicted of sexually assaulting and murdering 15-year-old India Roberts.
   

    Missouri executes John Winfield for 1996 double murder (VIDEO)
John E. WinfieldMissouri has carried out the execution of 46-year-old John Winfield for the murders of two women in St. Louis County 18 years ago. Winfield received a lethal injection of pentobarbital at 12:01 Wednesday morning and was pronounced dead at 12:10.
   

    John Ruthell Henry Executed
John Ruthell Henry 1985John Ruthell Henry victimsJohn Ruthell Henry  Selena GeigerJohn Ruthell Henry, 63, was executed by the state of Florida last night, after being found guilty of murdering his wife and her young son in 1985. His death brought some comfort and justice for Selena Geiger, niece and cousin of Henry's victims: Suzanne Henry and her 5-year-old son Eugene Christian. Henry was actually convicted of three murders. In 1976, he stabbed his girlfriend Patricia Roddy 20 times in the front of a car while her children sat in the back. Henry was found guilty of her murder and served just over seven years in prison. The stabbings of Suzanne and Eugene were so severe they were nearly decapitated. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Los Angeles serial killer found guilty of four more strangling murders
Chester TurnerLOS ANGELES - A serial killer facing the death penalty for murdering 10 women in Los Angeles was found guilty by a jury on Thursday of four more counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of women he strangled between 1987 and 1997, prosecutors said. The jury deliberated for less than a day before convicting Chester Turner, 47, a former pizza delivery man, of the four murder counts. All 14 of the women Turner killed were found strangled in largely working class South Los Angeles, the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office said in a statement. As one of his victims was pregnant, he also was found guilty of the murder of her unborn baby during his first murder trial in 2007.

    Woman pleads guilty in murder-for-hire of grandmother
Diana NadellAndrea BensonEltia GrantTanisha JoynerPeggy NadellWHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- One of two women charged with brutally killing Peggy Nadell on Thursday admitted to being offered $10,000 to help kill the 80-year-old woman and said she strangled her with a pocketbook strap. Andrea Benson, 25, of Washington, D.C., pleaded guilty Thursday to second-degree murder in exchange for a promised sentence of 20 years to life and her agreement to testify against the victim's daughter-in-law, Diana Nadell, 50, of Florida.
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Mom finds man from church hiding in teenager's closet
Shelby AdamsCOVINGTON, TN - - A mom is standing tall for her child after finding a grown man from church was hiding in her teenage daughter's closet. According to police, Shelby Adams, 46, established a sexual relationship with the 17-year-old girl. The family attends a small church in Gallaway, Tennessee and police say that is where Adams met the victim. "It was unreal, really," said the mother. "Sick to my stomach. Can't even begin to describe how I feel." According to the affidavit, Adams met the girl at church and asked for her phone number. He bought her jewelry for Christmas and then started driving by her house. Police say Adams even drove the girl to the doctor and to the pharmacist to get treatment for a sexually transmitted disease. The mother did not know about the ordeal for months; not until she found Adams in her daughter's closet at 1 a.m.

    Ex-Sacramento Police Officer Accused Of Raping Disabled Woman, 76, Says Sex Was Consensual
Gary BakerSACRAMENTO — A former Sacramento Police officer accused of raping a disabled stroke victim multiple times doesn’t deny having sex with her. Prosecutors say Gary Baker admitted he had sex with the 76-year-old woman. Prosecutors say starting in 2010, Baker raped the elderly victim multiple times. He was arrested after one of her family members became suspicious and set up a surveillance video camera. Footage shows Baker visiting the home. Baker’s DNA was found in the victim’s bed and on her body.
   

    King County SWAT deputy accused of pimping wife, drug possession and theft
Darrion HoliwellSEATTLE — A high-ranking member of the King County SWAT Team is under arrest, accused of theft, promoting prostitution and drug possession. Deputy Darrion Holiwell, a 19 year member of the King County Sheriff’s Office, is behind bars after a 2 month investigation uncovered allegations he acted as pimp for his estranged wife who worked as a prostitute. Court documents say he told her, “If you’re going to have sex, you might as well get paid for it”. “She was willing to do this but Darrion set her up. We believe there were some ads on Backpage.com. The money was co-mingled in their account. 80% of the money from this escort business went to Darrion,” said Sheriff John Urquhart.

    Man accused of brutal rape caught after police chase
Montavius MartinMEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis police say a violent rapist is now off the streets thanks to Shelby County’s Fugitive Apprehension Team. Montavius Martin took deputies on a wild chase Tuesday, crashing his car on Goodlet before deputies chased him down on foot and captured him. Now we know why he was a wanted man. Before Martin was captured, police say he was terrorizing his ex-girlfriend. A brutal rape is just one of the crimes he’s charged with. “He has been caught and he has been captured,” said Chip Washington, the spokesperson for the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department. “Another dangerous individual is off the streets.” The 45-year-old is accused of brutally raping his girlfriend and tormenting her after she broke up with him.
   

    Two men arrested in rape of 16-year-old
Clifford Brooks, left, and Jaquain GallowayDeputies Wednesday morning arrested two men on allegations they raped a teenager in Gainesville. The Alachua County Sheriff’s Office said the 16-year-old girl was staying with friends and family at an apartment at The Crossing at Santa Fe complex. Clifford Brooks III, 32, and Jaquain Galloway, 21, also were staying at the apartment. The girl told deputies that at around 2:30 a.m., Brooks and Galloway raped her while she was in the living room. The girl told her relatives what had happened, and they called law enforcement.

    Police: Teen attacked, sexually battered woman in her home
Marlon Melendez JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A 16-year-old broke into a woman's home and sexually battered her when she returned home Friday morning. Police said the woman arrived at her home in the area of North Edgewood and Commonwealth avenues in Northwest Jacksonville about 9:40 a.m., went in the front door and walked to her bedroom. Police said Marlon Melendez was standing at the side of the woman's bed and grabbed her and put her in a choke hold from behind. Melendez punched the woman in the head and committed a sexual battery, police said. They said he then fled the home after taking a white tank top shirt and cellphone from the woman.

 

 
  • Black man arrested for sexually assaulting 86-year-old in woods
    black rapistCOLUMBIA, Md. -- Howard County police have arrested a man they say sexually assaulted an elderly woman in a wooded area on Sunday. Michael Lawrence Pickney, 54, is charged with multiple sex offenses, and one count each of assault and kidnapping, according to police. Police say an 86-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in the woods on the 10600 block of Little Patuxent Parkway around 2:45 a.m. on Sunday, June 15.
 

    Cops: Ex-school worker stole 47 iPads, tried to sell them on Craigslist
Markeita L. Beecher-MartinA judge set bail at $150,000 Thursday for a former Oak Park public school employee who was charged with stealing 47 iPad minis and other equipment that was intended to be used by students with special needs, according to district officials and authorities. Markeita L. Beecher-Martin, 25, of Radcliff, Ky., surrendered to Oak Park police on Wednesday after a 10-month investigation by the police department, according to Oak Park Police Commander LaDon Reynolds. She was charged with theft, Reynolds said. He said the police investigation found that Beecher-Martin was selling the computers on Craigslist.

    Officers arrest 4 in Stockton weapons sting
 Jeremy Ray Meeks, Joelin Coleman, Juzri Deon Coleman and Terry BaileySTOCKTON, Calif. —Police officers made several arrests in response to a recent spike in shootings and robberies in a Stockton area. The multi-agency response led to the arrest of four men, all on felony weapons charges. Jeremy Meeks, 30; Terry Bailey, 22; Juzri Coleman,18, and Joelin Coleman, 44, were arrested Wednesday afternoon. In the operation, law enforcement served search warrants at 11 different locations in the Weston Ranch area.

 

 

   
  • Southern border mess
    O'REILLY: "Factor Follow Up Segment" tonight, as thousands of illegal immigrants, many of them young children, continue to pour into Texas the state is taking unilateral action. Joining us from Washington, Governor Rick Perry. What are you going to do to stop all this chaos?

   

 
  • Teacher left alone with sex offender in prison is raped
    Jacob HarveyPHOENIX — A teacher at an Arizona prison was alone in a room full of sex offenders before being stabbed and sexually assaulted by a convicted rapist. The attack occurred Jan. 30 at the Eyman prison’s Meadows Unit, which houses about 1,300 rapists, child molesters and other sex offenders. The teacher was administering a high school equivalency test to about a half-dozen inmates in a classroom with no guard nearby and only a radio to summon help. The Department of Corrections issued only a bare-bones press release after the attack, but the AP pieced together what happened. After the last of the other inmates left, Jacob Harvey asked the teacher if she could open the bathroom and then attacked her, records show. Harvey is accused of stabbing her in the head with a pen, forcing her to the ground and raping her.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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    Jury finds black guilty of murder of White man - but no death penalty
Aubrey ToneyKevin AgeeJacqueline RepchicThomas RepchicYOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Jurors found Aubrey Toney guilty of murder but not aggravated murder Friday in the long-running trial, meaning he will not be eligible for the death penalty. Jurors also found Toney guilty of felonious assault and a firearms specification. The jury did not reach a verdict on an attempted murder charge against Toney. Both sides gave their closing arguments Thursday afternoon before the jury discussed the case for about an hour. Jurors wrapped up deliberations around 6:30 p.m. Thursday and were sequestered until they reached a verdict Friday evening. Toney is one of two men accused in the shooting death of Thomas Repchic and the wounding of his wife Jacqueline in September 2010. Prosecutors claim the defendant purposely caused the death of Repchic, who investigators said was mistaken for someone else with the same car. All of the circumstantial evidence was confirmed by the testimony of co-defendant Kevin Agee. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Update: Cause of death released for Oklahoma homicide victim in The Village
Albert Johnson JrRachel Samantha RogersThe victim of a homicide in The Village on Friday died from blunt force trauma to the head, a medical examiner spokeswoman said Tuesday. Rachel Rogers, 24, died Friday and another woman was badly injured after being sexually assaulted, tied up, beaten and stabbed, according to court documents. Police arrested Albert Johnson Jr. Friday night on complaints of rape and murder in connection with Rogers’ death. Johnson is the boyfriend of the woman injured during the attack, police said. The injured woman told investigators Johnson sexually assaulted both women, then tied them up, beat them with household objects and stabbed them, according to court documents. He has spent more than 20 years in prison for convictions of rape, kidnapping and robbery. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black Okla. teen faces accessory charge in shooting of White baseball player from Australia - shot in back while jogging
 James Edwards Christopher LaneMichael Dewayne JonesChancey LunaDUNCAN, Okla. - A 16-year-old boy accused in the shooting death of a baseball player from Australia will no longer face a first-degree murder charge and is testifying against two teenage co-defendants. The Stephens County District Attorney's Office filed a motion to dismiss the murder charge against James Francis Edwards Jr. Prosecutors filed a new charge of accessory after the fact in juvenile court against Edwards in the shooting death of Chris Lane, 22. Edwards testified against 18-year-old Michael Dewayne Jones and 17-year-old Chancey Luna during their preliminary hearings and is expected to testify against them at trial in August. Both are charged with first-degree murder. Prosecutors had earlier said they would dismiss the first-degree murder charge against Edwards in exchange for his continued testimony. Evidence gathered since the killing "tends to further implicate Chancey Luna and Michael Jones and further casts doubt on the role of Edwards in the murder of Christopher Lane," according to the motion. Lane was shot while jogging along a tree-lined road in Duncan while visiting his girlfriend's parents in August. Investigators said he was randomly targeted by "bored" teenagers. Edwards' mother, Brenda Edwards, had been in prison for drug charges.
   

    Police: Black Suspect Surrenders In ‘Knockout’ Attack Of Homeless Man In Drexel Hill
Trent EppsWhite victim of black 'knockout'UPPER DARBY, Pa. — One of four suspects in the random and violent “knockout” attack of a homeless man in Delaware County is in police custody. The video of the senseless attack was later posted on Facebook. Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood identified the suspect as Trent Epps and said he surrendered to police. The incident happened last Thursday at the Aronimink trolley stop in Drexel Hill. Police say the victim, who is homeless, was minding his own business when he was punched in the face. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Upper Darby Police Seeking (Cowardly, Vicious, Feral Black) Teens Who Videotaped Knockout ‘Game’
feral black teenUPPER DARBY, Pa. — Upper Darby police are looking for four teenagers who punched a man at a trolley stop and then posted the attack on a social media web site. Police say they have some pretty good evidence: surveillance from a nearby bank camera, the Facebook posting, and a still picture of the teen who threw the punch. The incident happened last Thursday at the Aronimink trolley stop in Drexel Hill. Police say the victim, who is homeless, was minding his own business when he was punched in the face. “It was a cowardly, mean-spirited, vicious act,” says Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood. “There’s no other way to describe it. There was no reason to do it other than this kid wanted to see if he could knock this guy out.”

    Six teens charged in three assaults in New Britain
DianesuspectsuspectsuspectsuspectsuspectsuspectNEW BRITAIN, Conn. –Six teens have been charged in three assaults over the course of three days. Police are trying to determine whether or not this is a result of the “Knockout” game, in which many kids sneak up on strangers and deliver a haymaker punch trying to knock that person to the ground. Police said the three victims were all over the age of 60. The incidents happened in the are of the YWCA on Franklin Square. Police said it happened once on Friday and twice on Sunday. Police checked security video to make the arrests. Charges range from third-degree assault on an elderly person to breach of peace and conspiracy to commit an assault. The teens arrested were between 13 and 17 years old. “When you’re talking about falling to the ground on pavement, certainly serious injury can happen. They are facing assault charges on persons over 60,” said a New Britain police officer.
   
  • White female victim of New Britain attack speaks out
    NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — A New Britain neighborhood was terrorized this weekend by senseless violence. Three different people, chosen at random, were punched and left on the street. The three different incidents happened in three days and now six teenagers are facing charges. Police are trying to figure out if these attacks were part of the “knockout” game. The victims in these attacks were all over 60 years old. “They hit me in the side of the head, hard enough to knock me off balance,” said Diane, one of the victims of these random attacks. Diane said she was walking home from the 7-Eleven when she passed a group of teens on the street. She then felt a blow to the head. “I staggered a bit, but I didn’t want to go down, and fought not to go to the ground because I was afraid I would get jumped on and beat up,” she said. As she stumbled to her house, she realized the teens were making fun of her. “I heard a girl laughing, when they were running away from behind me so I am pretty sure it was a girl,” Diane said.

    Reno Motel Killing Suspect Previously Paroled for Murder
Zollie Edward Dumas A man who was arrested after police say he told them he killed a woman Sunday at a Reno motel had been released from prison in September after serving more than 20 years for the murder of his fiancee in southern Nevada. The Nevada Board of Parole granted 61-year-old Zollie Edward Dumas parole last June 17 effective Sept. 1. Reno police say Dumas was booked into the county jail on a parole violation Sunday after authorities say he told them he killed a woman at the Lucky Motel on East Fourth Street. Police say they were called there about noon on a report of a domestic dispute. Dumas was convicted of the 1988 stabbing death of Angela Griffin of Henderson. The Nevada Supreme Court overturned that conviction in 1995 because his attorney failed to argue his limited mental capacity made it impossible for him to commit first-degree murder. Dumas pleaded guilty in 1997 to second-degree murder and had been in prison for that crime until his release last fall. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • White brother of murder victim speaks out
    James HuffineThe brother of a woman who was murdered inside a Reno hotel is speaking out after learning his sister's boyfriend, who police allege is responsible for the brutal killing, was convicted of murdering his fiance over two decades ago and granted parole just months ago. "God draws near to the broken hearted and he does give comfort," said James Huffine Three days after learning his sister Caroline was brutally murdered, James Huffine's heart turns to the only place he can find comfort. "She had a kind heart. I know my family up in Montana are effected, I could hear it in my sister Phylis' voice."
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Sexual assault charge added to murder for South African national in far north Qld
Musa Brandon NgwiraMusa Brandon NgwiraJo La SpinaA man accused of murdering a far north Queensland woman earlier this year has now been charged with sexual assault. Jo La Spina, 26, was found dead at a unit at Bingil Bay near Mission Beach in April. Earlier this year, a 31-year-old South African national, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was charged with her murder. Police today charged him with sexual assault and he remains in custody.
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Police: 'Gay' black sex offender approached 2 boys, tried to kidnap 8-year-old
Willis MillerJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A 30-year-old registered sex offender approached two boys and tried to kidnap one at the Gateway Mall nearly two weeks ago, according to Jacksonville police, and now investigators are trying to find two Good Samaritans who helped the boys. Police said Willis Miller approached the boys, ages 8 and 13, about 6 p.m. June 4 as they were walking to the restroom in the mall in the 5100 block of Norwood Avenue on the Northside. Police said Miller put his hand on the shoulder of the 8-year-old and said, "I want to show you some love." A description of the suspect was given to police, who found and arrested him at the intersection of North Davis Street and West Castlewood Drive.

    Oklahoma City Police: man beat and raped pregnant ex girlfriend, killed unborn child
Christopher Allen WhitfieldOklahoma City Police say they're looking for a man wanted for severely beating and raping a woman who was six weeks pregnant, resulting in the unborn child's death. Police said they're searching for Christopher Allen Whitfield, 30, after they say he brutally beat the victim and threatened to kill her and her family. Warning: the details below may considered graphic to some. According to police, they were called to Southwest Medical Center to a report of a rape on Friday night. The mother of the victim told police the victim had been severely beaten and raped by Whitfield over a three-day period starting on Tuesday.

    Man linked to 2001 rape gets 16 years to life
Eddie SimonDENVER - A man convicted of sexually assaulting a woman after a DNA sample taken when he was arrested on other charges more than a decade later linked him to the attack has been sentenced to 16 years to life in prison. The Denver District Attorney's Office says 46-year-old Eddie Simon was sentenced Monday. A jury convicted him in April of two counts of sexual assault. Simon was linked to a February 2001 attack in which a 20-year-old woman was raped at knife point in Denver. The victim escaped, but no suspect was identified at the time. Last year, Simon was arrested on felony drug charges and a DNA sample was taken.

    Suspect arrested, charged in connection with rape and robbery
Jonathan RogersBIRMINGHAM, Ala. – A Birmingham man is behind bars, and police say he is responsible for raping and robbing two women at gun point. Investigators say Jonathan Rogers met both victims online. The victims told police they were invited to Rogers’ home. When they arrived, police say he forced them inside at gunpoint and assaulted them. Rogers is in jail on a $250,000 bond.

    Black man arrested in pimping of underage girls
Alando Martin IIPolice say an Oklahoma City man was arrested in connection with the pimping out an underage girl and attempted pimping of another. According to officers, a 15-year-old runaway called her mother after Kevin Alando Martin II, 29, threatened to take her out of town to forcefully participate in prostitution. Police say Martin beat and pimped out a 16 year-old-girl and had sex with her. According to investigators, Martin also beat and tried to pimp out the 15-year-old runaway.

    Convicted Detroit felon, given probation twice, now accused of sexual assault
Marcellus HillDetroit police publicly released the name of Marcellus Hill, 28, of Detroit, who is accused of sexually assaulting a 52-year-old woman insider her apartment about 2 a.m. Tuesday morning. Detroit Police Chief James Craig said the victim is an acquaintance of Hill. Hill and his victim engaged in a struggle. A neighbor heard and opened the apartment door causing Hill to flee. Hill is still on probation for a 2009 conviction of second-degree assault, for which he could have served five years in prison but instead received probation. Even when Hill violated his probation in August of 2013, he didn't receive jail time. Instead, the court extended his probation period, which was set to expire Sept. 30.

    Authorities Arrest Man Linked to 4 Sexual Assaults in Antelope Valley
James SmithA 35-year-old man who was arrested for sexually assaulting a college student in Lancaster may be connected with at least three other similar cases in the Antelope Valley, authorities said Tuesday. Los Angeles County sheriff's investigators said they have linked Lancaster resident James Smith to the alleged crimes that date to 2012. He was identified through DNA testing, his physical appearance and his car description. Investigators said Smith lured or forced his victims into his car before sexually assaulting them. In the most recent case, investigators said an Antelope Valley College student was walking on 33rd Street West before 2 p.m. Monday when Smith walked up from behind, placed her in a bear hug, forced her into his car and drove her to a nearby abandoned home, where he sexually assaulted her in the backyard.

 
  • Woman, 86, Accepts Ride, Sexually Assaulted In Columbia By Black Stranger
    black rapistCOLUMBIA, Md. — Howard County Police say an 86-year-old woman reports that she was sexually assaulted after accepting a ride from a stranger while waiting for a bus in Columbia. Police said Wednesday that the woman said she accepted the ride Sunday afternoon on Cradlelock Way from a black man driving a dark convertible with a light interior She told police that she was directing the man to her destination when he turned into a parking lot of a vacant business complex on Little Patuxent Parkway. She told investigators that the suspect parked, pulled her from the car and sexually assaulted her in the nearby woods.

    Black man gets probation for groping teenaged girl
Themba Hasaan KelleyPORTLAND, OR - A man accused of sexually assaulting a teenaged girl at a Baskin Robbins store was sentenced Monday.Themba Hasaan Kelleywill spend three years on probation and must undergo mental health treatment. Kelley pleaded "no contest" to charges that he assaulted a 16-year-old who was working at a Baskin Robbins in Southwest Portland in January. The judge dismissed the sex abuse charge as part of a plea deal. Kelley must still register as a sex offender.
   

    Black man exposes himself to woman, girl on Bronx subway train
black exposerPolice are searching for a man who exposed himself to a woman and a 10-year-old girl on a Bronx subway train. The incident happened back on May 11 (mother's Day), just before 11 a.m. on a southbound No. 5 train near the Dyre Avenue station. Authorities say the suspect followed the 42-year-old victim and the girl onto the train, and once on board, the man exposed himself to the victims before fleeing the train at the Gun Hill Road station. The suspect is described as a black male in his 50s, about 6-foot-6 and weighing 245 pounds.

    Man dies after Bayonne fight is broken up with pepper spray
Peter Lee Williams and his white wife Jamie MitchellBAYONNE, N.J. -- A 51-year-old man is dead following a fight Tuesday afternoon that police broke up using pepper spray. Peter Lee Williams was pronounced dead at Bayonne Medical Center after he collapsed following a fight at an apartment building on Avenue C in Bayonne. According to a statement from the Bayonne Police Department, around 4 p.m., officers responded to 17th Street and Avenue C where they found between 20 and 30 people involved in several altercations. Another group of about 12 people was fighting nearby in the lobby of an apartment building. When those people failed to respond after the officer told them to stop, the statement said, the officer used pepper spray to disperse the group. "I'm just trying to keep it together for my kids and my granddaughter and my family," said Williams' wife, Jamie Mitchell.

    Homewood Man Convicted Of Fatally Stabbing 3-Year-Old Son
Gregory SandiferA south suburban man was convicted Tuesday of fatally stabbing his 3-year-old son and sexually assaulting the child’s mother during a violent domestic attack in the West Side Austin neighborhood in 2011. Gregory D. Sandifer, 27, of Homewood was convicted of first-degree murder, attempted murder, aggravated criminal sexual assault, aggravated domestic battery and aggravated unlawful restraint after a bench trial before Judge Clayton Crane, according to the Cook County State’s Attorney’s office.

    Black man from Trinidad faces death penalty for stabbing, torturing wife
Carrington K. JosephA Lancaster Township man will face the death penalty when he is tried for allegedly stabbing his wife Melissa, May 2 inside the family’s Sterling Place home. Prosecutors recently filed a notice of intent to seek the death penalty against Carrington Joseph, who is at Lancaster County Prison, without bail, charged with criminal homicide. First Assistant District Attorney Christopher P. Larsen, lead prosecutor, said Wednesday the death penalty is being sought because Joseph tortured his wife during the crime. Larsen said in the filing that the number of stab wounds is considered a "means of torture." Also, Larsen said, the killing happened when two of the couple’s young children were home, presenting a “grave risk” to them.
   

    Actor Michael Jace Pleads 'Not Guilty' to Wife's Murder
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    Black Coca-Cola employee accused of stealing 53 laptops
Thomas William Rogers IIIA Coca-Cola employee told his employer he had been taking company computers for so long, he lost track of how many he had. But investigators totaled up 53 laptops and other equipment that Thomas William Rogers III allegedly stole over a five-year period, police stated in an arrest warrant. The computers ranged from less than $500 to $2,500 and belonged to Coca-Cola Enterprises, near Marietta, police said. In November, an anonymous caller contacted the business with information about company equipment in Rogers’ Powder Springs home, the warrant states.

 

 
 

   

 

 

 

 


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    Toronto black man sought in fatal shooting of White man Douglas Parker
Conrad GrizzleDouglas ParkerToronto police are casting a wide net in their search for a suspect accused of a fatal shooting that also left two others wounded last month. Det. Joyce Schertzer updated the media about the killing of Douglas Parker, a 20-year-old man who was fatally shot on the evening of May 24. The shooting occurred at about 8:50 p.m. that night. "He’d arrived at the location in the company of friends by taxi. He was killed almost immediately after his arrival," Schertzer said. Parker was hit several times in "the chest area," while his friends were also shot. Schertzer said the investigation has determined that Parker was targeted in the shooting, which she said stemmed from a pre-existing dispute involving several parties. Police identified the suspect as Conrad Grizzle, 20, of Toronto. He is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for second-degree murder and two counts of attempted murder. - (Black-on-white) - (Canada)

    Black Phoenix man arrested in 1989 sexual assault, murder of White woman
Cudellious LovePhoenix police arrested a man after DNA evidence linked him to an unsolved murder and sexual assault from 1989, court records show. In January, a report from the Phoenix Police Department's crime lab indicated a DNA match between a sample taken from the scene and a DNA profile in a state database that belonged to Cudellious Love, a 58-year-old man with a drug conviction that landed him in prison for more than three years in the early aughts. Police say Love's DNA was found on the body of Laura Hunding, who was stabbed to death in her apartment in July 1989. Hunding was found by her landlord days after witnesses last saw her in the early hours of July 16. Witnesses at the time told police that Hunding had attended a dance that night and returned home alone. When located and questioned by police on May 12, Love denied any knowledge of Hunding or her homicide nearly 25 years ago. "He claimed he had never 'messed with' White women, has never been to the victim's apartment complex and was not at all familiar with the east side of Phoenix." "He was shown photographs of the victims and the victim's apartment and he maintained he had never seen the victim or her apartment. He said there would be no reason his fingerprints or DNA would be found or identified as part of the crime scene." On Friday, police located and arrested Love after the agency's crime lab determined there was no mistaking Love's DNA to the DNA at the scene because "the approximate incidence of this profile is 1 in 110 quadrillion African Americans," records show. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black suspect in fatal shooting of White man near Winnie Palmer identified
Alex MazzanBrixten Dyerblack suspectORLANDO, Fla. —Police have identified a suspect in a shooting last month that left a 20-year-old man dead outside Winnie Palmer Hospital. Brixten Dyer, 19, is already in the Orange County Jail on no bond for unrelated armed robberies. Police did not say how Dyer was identified as a suspect in the shooting case. Alex Mazzan and a friend were leaving Orlando Regional Medical Center on May 19 after visiting two friends when they got into an argument with people inside a car. Dyer is accused of pulling out a gun and shooting Mazzan -- the father of an 18-month-old son. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Judge struggles with confession conflict in West Palm Beach Chick fil-A murder retrial
Jesse Lee MillerNicholas MegrathWEST PALM BEACH — When prosecutors in 2003 convinced a jury that Otto Wright killed an 18-year-old night manager at Chick-fil-A restaurant in the now defunct Palm Beach Mall, their main evidence was his confession, which they insisted was “absolutely truthful.” However, in that confession, Wright never mentioned Jesse Lee Miller, who is to be tried next week for the execution-style murder of Nicholas Megrath. In fact, in his confession, Wright implicated two other men, who were never charged with the 1999 murder of the Forest Hill High School senior. The issues raised at the pre-trial hearing underscore the convoluted history of the murder that shocked the community both because of its viciousness and the tender age of the victim. The trial, that is to begin Monday with jury selection, will be the fifth Megrath’s family has had to endure. Since Wright’s conviction, additional testing uncovered Miller’s DNA on a ski mask that was left behind after Megrath was duct-taped to a chair and shot in the head. There is also evidence that Miller, who worked at Chick-Fil-A with Megrath, wanted revenge. Miller was fired after Megrath reported he was stealing money from the till. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Court rejects appeal in teenager’s murder
Deandre ClarkRyan SatterfieldConvicted killer Deandre Clark’s appeal of his conviction and sentence in the death of Ryan Satterfield has been denied. The Oklahoma Criminal Court of Appeals ruled against Clark on Monday. Clark sought to get his conviction and life sentence overturned because of “numerous errors” in the trial, according to court documents. The appeals court found that any errors did not add up to Clark receiving an unfair trial, taint the jury’s verdict or “render sentencing unreliable.” Clark was one of six defendants who were convicted of or pleaded guilty to Satterfield’s murder. Satterfield, 17, was killed on Nov. 23, 2011 — Thanksgiving eve — during a robbery at a home in the 1500 block of East Okmulgee Avenue. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Mother Of Murdered Muskogee Teen: 'He Was My Baby Boy' - Nov 30, 2011
    black killersRyan Satterfield was at a friend's house that night in the 1500 block of East Okmulgee in Muskogee. Police say six teens showed up to rob Satterfield and his four friends, and Satterfield was shot to death. Six teenagers have now been charged with first degree murder. They are: Jordan Miller, Martin Miller, Deandre Clark, Fredrick Watson, Tommy Dean, and Troy Dufur.
    The heartbroken mother of three says her blue-eyed boy loved his family, his dog Rufus and adventure. When 700 people showed up to his funeral, she knew others loved him too. "My child was taken from way too young, way too early. I'm just grateful that my last words to him were ‘I love you son,' and his last words were ‘I love you more mom,'" she said.

    Woman attacked, robbed in Oakland's Temescal District by black
White female victimblack muggerblack muggerOAKLAND, Calif. — A woman walking alone at the dinner hour was jumped, beaten and robbed just around the corner from string of popular restaurants in Oakland’s Temescal District Monday. Neighbors say the attack at 48th Avenue and Shattuck has become symptomatic of a growing crime problem in the area. Lucky for the victim a man walking to his car with his daughter saw the attack and scared the suspects off. Mark Sommer said, “The first thing I did was to shout as powerfully as I could… ‘No! Stop! Get Away!’” His daughter, Maya, said she saw two people huddling over the victim, throwing fists at her. Mark Sommer said years ago he witnessed a similar attack and had said nothing out of fear for his own safety, but Monday night he found the courage to speak up. "What if it had been my daughter? So I really feel glad that this time I didn't withhold," he said. The two robbers scared off by Sommer, ran down Shattuck with the woman’s purse and cell phone and jumped into an awaiting car. One nearby resident, who asked to not be identified, said thieves have been targeting this same stretch of Shattuck from 46th to 49th Avenue. "Three to four times a day we're seeing people casing cars and breaking in,” they said. “We’re calling it in to the police every time and they are stretched very thin and so they often aren’t able to show up for at least half an hour.” Walking down the street, KTVU crews found plenty of broken glass. After Monday’s attack residents, who already had concerns about the rash of car break-ins, say they have new concerns about walking down the street. "It makes me feel pretty helpless, that they know that they can get away with it," the same resident said. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Oakland: Woman beaten by black in Temescal robbery
    The woman was taken to a hospital for treatment of cuts and bruises. One of the suspects was described as a black man, about 5 feet 8 inches tall, about 165 pounds, wearing a purple shirt and blue jeans.
  • White Female TV Reporter’s Purse Stolen In Oakland While Covering This Crime Story
    Heather HolmesHeather Holmes, along with a videographer, was reporting on a story about a woman who was mugged at 48th Street and Shattuck Avenue and the Good Samaritans that helped her. They were right in front of Oakland Police Headquarters when her purse was stolen from vehicle. Several local TV stations including KTVU regularly send armed security guards with reporters and camera crews covering news in Oakland.

    Jealous African migrant father held white ex-girlfriend captive for three days and hacked off her hair 'to make her unattractive'
Rebecca Watton, 29, and her African fornicator Ian HassenA woman who was held captive for three days by her ex-boyfriend - who sheared her hair off as their children watched TV in another room - has spoken out about her nightmare ordeal. Rebecca Watton, 29, of Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, Scotland, was in a relationship with Ian Hassen, 27, for eight years and the couple had three (illegitimate biracial) children together. They split in December 2012 but she remained friendly with Hassen, a Zimbabwean. The pair met through friends and moved to Scotland in 2004. However, it later emerged that Hassen refused to accept their relationship was at an end. One night Hassen looked after the children at Ms Watton's home while she went on a night out. She came home and Hassen left, but soon returned claiming he had missed his train. He then attacked her as the pair sat watching television, pulling something tight around Ms Watton's neck and then tying her up. He began interrogating her about where she had been and who she had seen. 'I knew he had read my phone messages so I confessed I had met someone on the night out who had taken my number and asked me out on a date,' she said. Infuriated, Hassen kept her prisoner, assaulted her and threatened to kill her. He lay next to her in bed and watched her sleep. After three days he dragged her out of bed, muttering that he was going to wait a week, but was going to do 'it' now. Miss Watton thought he was going to murder her, but he instead began wordlessly clipping off her hair. 'My hair felt like it was being ripped out by the roots,' she said. - (UK) - (Black-on-white)
   

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    '20 minutes of torture': Man convicted in Saginaw Township rape, armed robbery case
DeMarcus D. ReedJames H. BrooksSAGINAW, MI — A Saginaw man who last week rejected a 30-year prison sentence now faces up to life in prison after a jury convicted him in a Saginaw Township armed robbery and sexual assault case. After deliberating for parts of three days, a jury on the morning of Monday, June 16, convicted DeMarcus D. Reed of 24 felonies for an Aug. 13 incident. Prosecutors charged Reed and James H. Brooks in connection with the incident. Brooks, 28, faces the same number of charges Saginaw County Assistant Prosecutor Jennifer Janetsky said during her closing argument that Reed and Brooks broke into the house in the early morning hours wearing masks and armed with a .45-caliber handgun and a .40-caliber handgun and subjected a then-30-year-old man and then-23-year-old woman to "20 minutes of torture." After Reed left the house, Brooks sexually assaulted the woman with a gun.

    Police: Man sexually assaulted girl in Hardee's bathroom in 2006
Joshua RayPolice say a man was arrested for a sexual assault that allegedly took place at a local Hardee's eight years ago. Police arrested Joshua Ray, 27, after he allegedly assaulted a child in the bathroom of a fast food restaurant in 2006. Ray was 19-years-old at the time of the alleged assault and is a former employee of the now closed restaurant. The child, now a teenager, reported the assault to police who then began an investigation. “It is hard to believe, but he had the opportunity to do it,” said Crestwood Police Detective Jason Balsman. “The evidence is gone, most of it is. It’s very hard.” Ray now faces felony charges for sexual assault.

    Rape suspect charged after June 7 assault
Jeremy Lemuel MotleyA Weldon teenager was arrested Friday and charged with second-degree rape, according to Northampton County Sheriff Jack Smith. Jeremy Lemuel Motley, 17, turned himself in to the Sheriff’s Office after the victim named him as the man who assaulted her at a barbecue in Northampton County on the evening of June 7. He was given a $100,000 bond and a Monday court date was set, Smith said. The victim did not report the assault until the following afternoon, June 8, when she went to Halifax Regional. “He allegedly choked her,” Smith said.

    Man, 31, admits to giving 15-year-old girl HIV
Matthew ReeseDALLAS -- A man has pleaded guilty after admitting to having sex with a teen and giving her HIV. Testimony in the punishment phase is now underway in Matthew Reese's trial. The 31-year-old said he had a relationship with a 15-year-old girl. Prosecutors say he knew he had HIV before starting what he calls a seven-month relationship. Reese wrote letters to the girl while he was in jail. He vowed to escape and meet up with her, and told her that having sex with him would keep him faithful. He also asked her to send him $20. Prosecutors and the girl's family want consecutive sentences for Reese, which could add up to 95 years in jail.

    Man arrested after allegedly having sex with 16-year-old
Donovan Foster A man is facing rape charges in Davidson County after police say he had sex with a teenager and then pulled a gun on the person who tried to stop him. Someone who knows the victim says they found the 16-year-old in bed with 22-year-old Donovan Foster on Monday. When the person tried to get Foster out of the bed, police say Foster pulled out a gun. Foster and the person allegedly struggled over the gun until police showed up. Officers say they ended up wrestling Foster to the ground to put handcuffs on. The 16-year-old's mother has filed statutory rape charges. Foster is facing other charges, including assault and resisting arrest.

 
  • Police Investigate Possible Child Lurings in Delco by bald, dark-skinned man
    black predatorPolice are searching for a driver who allegedly followed two young girls during two separate incidents in Drexel Hill, Pa. Investigators say a 12-year-old girl was walking to Drexel Hill Middle School back on the morning of May 27 when she noticed a man driving around the area slowly and following her on Edmonds and Huey Avenues. On the afternoon of June 12, another 12-year-old student at Drexel Hill told police that the same suspect approached her, rolled his windows down and asked if she wanted a ride to school. Investigators say the suspect is driving either an older model, black or blue Ford Taurus or a Mercury Marquis. The driver is described as a bald, dark-skinned man in his 40’s with facial hair.

    VIDEO: Store Clerk Stands Up To Black Shoplifting Mob
black female shoplifterChicago police are investigating a bold and massive shoplifting scheme. They walk into a store like any other shopper, only they have no plans to pay. In fact, they grab what they want and suddenly take off. The thieves were not expecting a store employee to put up such a fight. A dozen or so people came to the Grand Crossing neighborhood K & G clothing store, but not in search of advertised bargains. They came to steal, as a pack, and in broad daylight. Surveillance video show a brazen robbery. The men and women bring their own shopping bags into the store and fill them up, then simply walk out of the store. The store is busy at the time and only one sales clerk catches on to what’s happening. He tries to stop one man at the door, and there’s a brief scuffle. A few minutes later, a group of female thieves walks away, but the employee surprises them. He grabs one of their bags and then tosses it back into the store.

   

 

 

 

 


    Johnson sentenced to life for murder of White man
Darius D. JohnsonRobby Ray KohnA Scott County judge sentenced Darius Johnson to life in prison Wednesday for the 2012 killing of Robby Ray Kohn. Judge Paul Macek handed down the mandatory first-degree murder sentence. Johnson, 22, was found guilty by a Scott County jury in April. Kohn's body was found Dec. 6, 2012, in a field on the west end of Davenport. Three suspects initially were charged in the murder of Kohn. Barry Hamilton, 21, originally of Chicago, and Jessica Loerzel, 21, of Davenport pleaded to lesser charges in the case, leaving Johnson as the one accused of fatally shooting Kohn in the head. Loerzel and Hamilton pleaded guilty in October to being accessories to a crime and were sentenced to five years probation. The first-degree murder charge against both was dismissed. Johnson's initial first-degree murder trial in January ended in a hung jury. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black Detroit 'mob beating' suspect pleads guilty
Nathanial SzczerbinskiBruce WimbushJames Davis, 24, Wonzey Saffold, 30, and Latrez Cummings, 19, (not sure which is which)A teenager has pleaded guilty to a role in the mob beating of a driver who hit a young child in Detroit in April. Bruce Wimbush, 18, admitted to punching Steve Utash, 54, in the jaw after Mr Utash accidentally struck a 10-year-old boy who stepped in front of his truck. Wimbush pleaded guilty to assault with intent to do great bodily harm and faces up to 10 years in prison. He also agreed to testify against three fellow defendants in the incident who have pre-trial hearings on Thursday. "I hit him," Wimbush told the court. "I got emotional, and I let my anger take over." Meanwhile, trials for fellow defendants James Davis, 24, Wonzey Saffold, 30, and Latrez Cummings, 19, are scheduled for late August. The men have been charged with assault with intent to murder and assault with intent to do great bodily harm, and have pleaded not guilty. Mr Utash's son earlier told a local radio station he believed the attack was racially motivated. Mr Utash is white and the alleged attackers are black. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police: Son shot four times by dad on Father's Day
Eugene Blackwell SrNEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. — A New Smyrna Beach man is in critical condition after his father shot him multiple times, police said. Eugene Blackwell Sr., 46, allegedly shot his (son) Eugene Blackwell Jr., 18, around 6:15 p.m. on Father's Day. Authorities said the teen is in critical condition. Neighbors called 911 on Sunday evening after hearing gunshots coming from the New Smyrna Beach home and seeing Blackwell Jr. running to a neighbor's house for help. Police said the teen's mom left the house and the elder Blackwell shot his son four times. The son was taken to Halifax Health Medical Center, where he is being treated.

    Village Police: Black murder and rape suspect arrested
Albert Johnson The Village Police Department reports Albert Johnson has been taken into custody. One woman is dead and a second woman is in the hospital after police say a man attacked them this morning. Both victims were transported to an area hospital where one of the women, 24-year-old Rachel Rogers, later died. The other victim is expected to survive. Police confirm there was a little girl in the home at the time of the attack but she was uninjured. Her mother is the woman recovering in the hospital. Village Police have issued an arrest warrant for first degree murder and two counts of first degree rape for 47-year-old Albert Ray Johnson Jr. (aka A.J. Johnson). Police say Johnson was the boyfriend of the non-deceased victim and lived at the residence.
   
  • Black suspected of raping and assaulting two women in the Village, killing one of them
    Rogers was a friend of the other victim who lived in the home.
  • White woman describes being held hostage by suspected killer
    BETHANY, Okla. —Shandee Savoy-Snider said she survived the most terrifying ride of her life Friday night when a man suspected of killing another woman told her to get into his car. Savoy-Snider and her friend Autum Sinclair met Johnson when he lived in their apartment complex, Hammond Manor. “He thought he was God’s gift to women," Savoy-Snider said. "He thought he was Mr. Smooth. He did maintenance work for the landlord.” "He’s a jerk. He’s a piece of scum,” Savoy-Snider said. “I’m just glad he’s where he belongs.”
  • Murder suspect caught - Jun 14, 2014
    Shandee Savoy-SniderAutum SinclairPolice arrested Albert Johnson, who tried to bribe two White women to help him avoid police. Johnson could face charges for murder, kidnapping and two counts of rape. White woman Shandee Savoy-Snider was kidnapped and held hostage. Another White woman Autum Sinclair refused offer of $40 to hide the murder suspect. - (Black-on-white)

    Deputy: Florida man hid drugs under ‘stomach fat’
Christopher Mitchell DELTONA, Fla. — A central Florida man who weighs about 450 pounds faces multiple charges after sheriff’s deputies say he hid cocaine and 23 grams of marijuana under his “stomach fat.” A Volusia County sheriff’s deputy stopped a vehicle after noticing that the passenger wasn’t wearing a seat belt. Officials say 42-year-old Christopher Mitchell told the deputy that he’s too big to wear a seat belt. The deputy says he requested a drug-detecting dog because Mitchell and the driver appeared nervous. The dog detected the presence of drugs in the vehicle. In addition to the drugs on Mitchell, deputies say they also found a handgun and $7,000 in cash in the vehicle.

    Witnesses describe Arcata double homicide scene - sexually aggressive black accused of murdering two Whites
Bodhi TreeChristina Schwarz and Alan "Sunshine" MarcetA man who was in an Arcata home last May at the time of a double shooting testified in court on Friday about the first frantic moments, describing how he used a towel to apply pressure to Alan "Sunshine" Marcet's chest as the wounded man was gasping for breath. "I recall him saying, 'I'm dying,'" Nicholas "Eeyore" Page testified while being asked to recount the events of May 18, 2013, by Deputy District Attorney Elan Firpo in the fifth week of the double murder trial. Bodhi Tree is accused of fatally shooting Marcet and Eureka High School senior Christina Schwarz, as well as attempting to murder Rhett August outside a Eureka apartment a few days earlier. Witness Nicholas "Eeyore" Page testified that he saw Marcet and Schwarz lying on the ground when he entered the living room. "They both had bloody wounds on their torso," Page said. "Christina's eyes were opened and glazed. Her shirt was in disarray, exposing her breasts." Tree introduced himself as "C Nasty," Page testified. Witnesses testified Tree was beat up for acting in a sexually aggressive manner toward a woman during a party at August's Eureka apartment a few days prior to both the attempted murder and the double murders. Housemate Emma Lorenc said she didn't meet Tree until he came to the Eye Street home. On the morning of May 17, 2013, while she was making breakfast, he made unwanted advances toward her, telling her he doesn't usually like white girls, Lorenc testified. - (Black-on-white)

    Black Teen acquitted in Bremerton attack; White victim says police botched probe
Jordan Monasmithblack accusedBREMERTON — A 14-year-old boy accused of violently attacking a Bremerton woman was found not guilty Tuesday. The boy is now out of jail but the victim in the case, Jordan Monasmith, is terrified he could attack someone else. Monasmith now blames the Bremerton Police Department for botching the investigation. “The state has not proven its case beyond a reasonable doubt and therefore the finding of this court must be not guilty,” said Superior Court Judge Leila Mills. Monasmith could be seen shaking her head when she learned that her alleged attacker was about to be set free. “I’m absolutely disgusted by the procedures following the event and how the Bremerton Police Department handled it,” said Monasmith, who insists that she was brutally attacked by the 14-year-old while jogging last month. Detention officers washed the boys clothing, potentially destroying key evidence. - (Black-on-white)
   

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