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  ARCHIVE for 4 August 2014

    Police: Maggie Daniels died by strangulation
Sharman OdomMaggie DanielsNEWTON Maggie Daniels, a Newton high school counselor, died by strangulation after a struggle inside her apartment, Newton Police Chief Donald Brown II said during a news conference Monday. And public records indicate the man accused of killing her had an extensive arrest record, including two dismissed cases of choking other women. Sharman Howard Odom, 34, was arrested Saturday and charged in connection with Daniels’ death. Her body was found June 28. “It does appear that there was a struggle in her apartment,” Brown said Monday during the news conference. “The motive for her murder has not yet been determined. We have several solid theories that I cannot speak of at this time.” Brown said autopsy results show that she was strangled. Brown said Sunday that Daniels probably did not know Odom, even though they lived only 100 yards from each other in the same apartment complex.
Sharman Odom’s mother After Odom’s appearance, Sharman Odom’s mother tried to knock the microphones out of the hands of a Channel 9 reporter and assaulted two photographers, the station reported. The Channel 9 reporter and photographer were not injured, but another photographer received a cut on his face, WSOC-TV reported. Newton police said Odom’s mother will face three assault charges, according to Channel 9. - (Black-on-white)
  • Smirking dredlocked black arrested in the case of slain (White) teacher Maggie Daniels
    Sharman Odom didn't answer any questions as police took him to jail Saturday, but he had a smile on his face the whole time. He's accused of killing Maggie Daniels. Her body was found in her apartment five weeks ago. Police still aren't saying how she died. Odom lived near her, in the same complex in apartment 52. Police served three search warrants a week ago.Surveillance video shows them moving in. Sources say DNA results from that search led to the arrest of Odom, who apparently skipped town last night when police went after him. He was taken into custody in Winston-Salem. Odom is expected in court on Monday for a first appearance before a judge. The body of Maggie Daniels was found in her Apartment on June 28th. - (Black-on-white)

    3 Blacks Charged In Connection With Shooting Death Of White College Student In West Orange
From left, Ali Muhammad Brown, Jeremy Villagran and Eric WilliamsBrendan TevlinNEWARK, N.J. – A double-murder suspect from Washington state and two teenagers have been charged in the fatal shooting of a college student in West Orange. Essex County prosecutors announced Monday that 29-year-old Ali Muhammad Brown, of Seattle, and two West Orange men — 19-year-old Jeremy Villagran and 18-year-old Eric Williams — were charged in the death of 19-year-old Brendan Tevlin. The Livingston resident, who had just completed his first year at the University of Richmond, was found in his family’s Jeep parked at a West Orange apartment building. - (Black-on-white)

    Plea bargains announced in motel capital murder case
Michael T. BrowningLawrence Murphy Jr.Darian PilkintonBroderick Smith Scott LesterTYLER -- Smith County prosecutors announced Monday that they were close to resolving a four defendant capital murder case. Michael Browning, Lawrence Murphy, Jr., Darian Pilkinton and Broderick Smith are all accused of killing 26-year-old Wesley Lester at Tyler's American Inn Motel during the early morning hours of Saturday, June 15, 2013. Surveillance video revealed four men approaching the motel that morning. Two of them went inside room 218 to kill Lester while the other two acted as lookouts. Browning, Lawrence, Murphy and Smith were later identified by Tyler police as the men from the video. Arrest affidavits in the case indicated that police believed Pilkinton was the one who shot Lester. Those same documents revealed police suspicions that the murder happened in the course of the four men attempting to rob Lester of a sizable supply of illegal drugs. - (Black-on-white)
  • Weekend Tyler Murder Stems from Drug Deal
    Surveillance video obtained from the motel indicates that four black males walked onto the motel property and went to the victim’s room. Two suspects entered Lester’s room while the two other suspects remained outside as lookouts. Investigators determined that Lester and two other subjects were in the room at the time of the shooting. After gunfire erupted and Lester was shot, all four suspects ran from the scene towards West Erwin Street.

    Kansas County Braces For Cost Of (Interracial black-on-white) Capital Murder Trial
OSWEGO, Kan. -- Officials in a southeast Kansas county are preparing to add about $150,000 to the 2015 budget to cover the likely expenses of a capital murder trial. David C. Bennett Jr. is charged in Labette County with multiple counts in the killings of Cami Umbarger and her three children in Parsons last Nov. 25. The Parsons Sun reports the Kansas attorney general's office is prosecuting the case, but Labette County must pay for juror fees, witness travel, jury summonses and printing and mailing jury questionnaires. If the jury is sequestered during the trial, the expenses could be even higher. The County Commission was told at a recent meeting the county's total costs could reach $350,000 or more, but some of those expenses probably wouldn't be incurred until 2016.
  • (Black boyfriend) Suspect captured in slaying of white mom, 3 (mixed-race) children - Nov 26, 2013
    David Cornell Bennett JrCami Umbarger, 29, and her children were found inside the residence on 25th Street between Clark and Stevens avenues. The children were identified as 9-year-old-Hollie Betts, 6-year-old Jaxon Betts and 4-year-old Averie BettsPARSONS, KS - The bodies of a mother and her three children were found slain inside their Parsons home Tuesday, and a suspect has been captured after a manhunt for him. David Cornell Bennett Jr., 22, of Cherryvale, KS, was taken into custody Cami Umbarger, 29, and her children were found (dead). The children were 9-year-old-Hollie Betts, 6-year-old Jaxon Betts and 4-year-old Averie Betts. Umbarger's co-workers at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home said they became alarmed when she failed to show up for work on Monday morning. She was a nurse at the facility. After co-workers called police, officers made the grisly discovery. A friend of Umbarger's said that she met Bennett in a bar. A candlelight vigil is planned. On Halloween, a 22-year-old man had been arrested for threatening murder-suicide on Facebook. That man was apparently Bennett. He was taken into custody and underwent a mental evaluation after posting the message. Bennett was found by police at a motel. He was arrested without incident. Funeral services are planned Monday for Umbarger and her three young children. - (Black-on-white)

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    Police Searching For Suspect Wanted For June Murder Of Philadelphia Teen
Sajaad HallPHILADELPHIA – More than a month after an innocent teen was struck and killed by a stray bullet in North Philadelphia, police say they have identified a suspect. Philadelphia Police are now searching for 20-year-old Sajaad Hall, whose last known address was on the 2800 block of North Vanpelt Street. Hall is wanted for his involvement in a double shooting and homicide that killed 16-year-old Jameer Haynesworth back in June.

    Black spotted masturbating on the steps of a church
Dominic WatsonPolice arrested an Evanston man Friday morning after he was spotted masturbating on the steps of a church, court records indicate. Dominic Watson, 31, was allegedly exposing himself and masturbating outside of Uptown Church on the 100 block of Ninth Street at about 7 a.m. Friday morning, according to his arrest report. Police apprehended him shortly after the incident. He is being held in the Hamilton County Justice Center on one count of public indecency, according to court documents.

    Black Newport News man arrested for dropping pants in front of business
Diandre MilbourneNewport News, Va. – A Newport News man was arrested last week for allegedly dropping his pants in front of a Jefferson Avenue business. 47-year-old Diandre Milbourne was arrested and charged with one count of stalking and three counts of sexual display on July 24th Milbourne had been reported the day before for masturbating in front of the business, according to police.

    Warrant Issued for 2nd Black Suspect in Shooting Death of Black 3-Year-Old
Brandon RuffinAuthorities are searching for 22-year-old Brandon Ruffin for his role in the shooting on a Philadelphia street Friday that wounded three adults and took the life of Tynirah Borum, who was hit by a stray bullet.

  • Black Suspect wanted in DC sex assault of woman
    black rapistWASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- The Metropolitan Police Department is searching for a man in connection with sexually assaulting a woman in the 1300 block of Talbert Terrace, SE, D.C. early Sunday morning. Police said the assault happened around 2 a.m. Authorities are looking for a black man, about 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs around 170 pounds. Police said, he is being described as a man with a dark complexion, full beard and with short hair. The suspect was last seen wearing a white t-shirt and blue jeans, police said.

    Baby dies from assault injuries
Brian ArmstrongA 20-year-old father is responsible for sending his 2-month-old baby boy to the emergency room in critical condition where he succumbed to his injuries at 1:55 p.m. Brian Armstrong, of Ogontz, is being charged with aggravated assault on Saturday after staff at Einstein Hospital noticed extensive injuries on Hassan Armstrong, including on his ribs and skull, and alerted police. The child was taken to Saint Christopher’s Hospital for Children.

    Police: Black female manager arrested after staging fake robbery at Chattanooga KFC
 Fellen HayesA reported armed robbery at the KFC on East Third Street this week turned out to be a fake, Chattanooga police said. After police arrived at the KFC shortly after noon Sunday, manager Fellen Hayes, 24, said she was standing outside the business with a deposit bag, waiting for her cousin to pick her up and take her to the bank, when a tall black man approached her with a gun. She said the man, whom she identified as "Ira," took the deposit bag and ran, according to the police affidavit. The affidavit said the bag contained $1,300. Police took Hayes to the Police Services Center for further questioning, police said, and she confessed that she had been a part of the plan to steal money from the KFC. Hayes was charged with theft over $1,000 and criminal conspiracy.

    Horror grocery store shooting by black caught on tape
black attackerCops are searching for a gunman — caught on surveillance video — shooting and viciously beating a man inside a Bronx grocery store. The video shows a man in a red polo T-shirt and gray pants walking toward the 37-year-old victim inside the store on Webster Avenue in Morrisania at approximately 1:10 a.m. Saturday and squeezing off several rounds at the man. The brazen brute — holding a canned beverage — then strikes the downed man four times with his pistol, without spilling his drink.

    Black MTA security supervisor caught sleeping was removed from post
Anthony GeorgeAn MTA security boss caught sleeping on the job has finally been “taken out of service,” thanks to an internal investigation launched after The Post exposed his on-the-clock naps. Last Monday, special inspector supervisor Anthony George — who oversaw transit supervisors in charge of protecting train yards, bus depots and MTA buildings — was removed from his post and asked not to return to work, pending further investigation, according to an MTA spokeswoman.

    Black female Louisville, KY ex-housing director expected to plead guilty in felony theft case
Kimberly Bunton A former Louisville Housing Director accused of giving her mother city money to pay the mortgage in 2008 has come to an agreement with prosecutors in her criminal case, according to court records. Kimberly Bunton and her mother, Vickie Smallwood, have a Jefferson Circuit Court hearing set for Monday afternoon. Both sides "have resolved the matters" regarding their felony theft cases, according to court records. Bunton, the former Metro Housing Director, has admitted she gave Smallwood nearly $2,000 to pay her mortgage on her West Louisville home in 2008. She insists her mother qualified for the assistance, but in August of 2008, she repaid the money and resigned.

  • Fatal shooting of black intruder on Willow Street in Norristown ruled justified
    black intruderPolice responded to the scene at approximately 1:30 a.m. and discovered the body of 22-year-old Daryl Marquis Evans of Norristown. A 29-year-old resident of the Willow Street home told investigators that Evans knocked on his door armed with a 9mm pistol, demanding to know who and what was in the house. Because of the hour, the resident armed himself with his legally purchased and registered .40 caliber-semi automatic handgun, kept in his waistband. Evans entered the home, pointing his gun at the resident’s chest. The resident, fearing for his safety, pulled his firearm from beneath his shirt and fired six shots, striking Evans in the chest, pelvis and leg. Evans fired one shot. Evan’s criminal history included convictions for aggravated assault and there was an active bench warrant for his arrest for failure to appear in district court to face charges of possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and robbery.



Guatemalan man's body was cut open to get drugs he was carrying inside him before being stuffed in a box by side of road
Jose Milthon Freddy Azurdia-MontenegroDUXBURY – An arrest has been made in connection with the discovery of human remains in a cardboard box outside a home in Duxbury last week. Jose Milthon Freddy Azurdia-Montenegro, 55, of Guatemala, has been charged with one count of misleading a police investigation. He pleaded not guilty and was ordered held on $10,000 bail at his arraignment Monday in Brockton District Court. Azurdia-Montenegro was also forced to surrender his passport.


  • Hispanic Man arrested for biting at Beyoncé-Jay Z concert
    A concertgoer had the tip of his finger bitten off during a Beyoncé-Jay Z concert in Pasadena, California, on Saturday. The incident occurred at the Rose Bowl after Roberto Alcaraz-Garnica, 25, allegedly groped the assailant’s girlfriend. Alcaraz-Garnica was arrested for sexual battery and mayhem.



Asian man accused of murder says gal pal made up story to save her marriage
Kon JangAn architect arrested for plotting to shoot up a high-end Soho design firm says his married ex-lover made up the whole story so he wouldn’t tell her husband about their tryst. Kon Jang — whose Manhattan trial starts Monday — told The Post that then-gal pal Sodam Ha said he was “planning a mass shooting at work” in April in the hopes that he’d be fired and sent back to Korea. “What he’s guilty of is having an affair with a married woman,’’ Myerowitz said. “He is here on a work visa, and she probably figured the easiest way to get rid of him is to get him fired: He doesn’t have a sponsor and he gets sent back to Korea.”

  • ‘Brooklyn Asian Safety Patrol’ has NYPD’s go-ahead
    The civilian observation patrol is similar to Shomrim, a volunteer Jewish watch group in communities such as Borough Park and Williamsburg.
    The team speaks Cantonese, Mandarin, Fujianese, English and other smaller Asian dialects.

    Man arrested in death of businessman at poker game
Eric NorrisDonald LeonettiStafford police arrested one person in the fatal shooting of a Fort Bend County businessman at a poker game and are continuing to search for others. On Thursday, they announced the capture of Eric Norris, 25, as the prime suspect in the July 17 slaying of Donald Leonetti during a robbery at the high-stakes game. Leonetti, 45, owned a Missouri City graphics company and was known as the "King of Shirts" because of the T-shirts he designed to honor local sports teams. On the night of his death, Leonetti joined about a dozen friends for a invitation-only poker game. Leonetti previously had hosted the games at his business where weekly Bible study groups also met. About 8 p.m., two masked men armed with rifles forced their way into the room through a back door. Stafford police said Leonetti was shot to death after he walked in while the robbery was in progress. - (Black-on-white)

    1 black arrested, 1 black at large after bank robbery, carjacking of White man in Nashville
Kershawn GlobeDarrin CaverSharon BegleyDennis GarlangeratNASHVILLE, Tenn. - One person has been arrested and another is on the loose after a bank robbery in south Nashville and a carjacking at a gas station. Authorities are looking for 26-year-old convicted felon, Kershawn Globe. Officials said at 11:20 a.m. Saturday morning he walked into the Fifth Third Bank on 47 East Thompson Lane. He was reportedly wearing a mask and carrying a gun when he told a teller to put money in a pillowcase. He then fled the scene. Officers used K-9 units to track him to an address on Elissa Drive, but Globe took off on foot. After searching the home, officials found the stolen money and a nine millimeter pistol. At 12:05 p.m., Globe went to the Shell Gas Station on 1631 Elm Hill Pike where he reportedly carjacked Dennis Garlangerat. Garlangerat said he was inside the store getting slushies with his two grandchildren when Globe approached him. "Then he said, 'Give me the keys, give me the blank keys. I gotta gun,' and I looked at him and he said, 'Otherwise, I'm going to kill the blank kids.' So, I gave him the keys to my car." Globe drove the stolen Ford Windstar van to Two Rivers Parkway where he pulled over and approached Sharon Begley and her friend as they were getting out of their vehicle to look at a house. The suspect asked to use their cell phone and they complied. "We had a very uneasy feeling and didn't know if he had a gun or not. So, we didn't want to chance saying no to him and him pulling a gun or something like that," explained Begley. She said Globe took off with the phone. They got into their car and followed him to Two Rivers Park where they blocked the entrance and called 911. Shortly after, he abandoned the stolen van and was picked up by a woman driving a silver Toyota Corolla. The van was still rolling and was headed in the direction of children playing in the park. Begley and her friend rammed their car into the van to stop it from moving. No one was hurt. Later Saturday evening, police arrested Globe’s accused accomplice, 46-year-old Darrin Caver, near the intersection of Glastonbury Road and Briley Parkway. - (Black-on-white)

    2 face charges in Kzoo shooting, homicide
DaQuan "Quan" Pritchett Tyler H. BishopChristopher Lee AdamsKALAMAZOO, Mich. — The man accused in the fatal shooting of a 19-year-old in Kalamazoo last week has been formally charged, and another man also faces charges in connection to the incident. DaQuan Pritchett, 18, was arraigned Monday afternoon on open murder and weapons charges in the homicide of Christopher Lee Adams. Additionally, Tyler Bishop was charged with three counts of assault with intent to commit murder in connection to the incident. It happened around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday on Mount Olivet Street. Authorities say shots were fired after a drug deal gone bad. Bishop and Adams allegedly sold marijuana to Pritchett, who apparently used counterfeit money, according to authorities. Shots were fired later when the groups came together again. Adams was shot, and later pronounced dead at the hospital.

    Dallas Police Look For (Black) Capital Murder Suspect
Romon Mitchell Jr. Elena Anne SheaDALLAS – Dallas Police are looking for a suspect in connection with a July 9, 2014 murder. A capital murder warrant has been issued for Romon Mitchell Jr. Mitchell is suspected to be involved with Elena Shea’s murder. Shea was killed at 2030 W. Northwest Highway during a robbery. - (Black-on-white)

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    Prosecutors: Man sexually attacked 6 in southwest suburbs
Monroe AkinsA man from Steger sexually attacked six different female victims who were walking alone in Richton Park and Park Forest in attacks that began in March and ended in June, prosecutors said. Judge James Brown ordered Monroe Akins, 37, who also goes by the name Atkins, held on $750,000 bail on sexual abuse charges in each of the six attacks. On March 18, around 6:30 p.m., Akins attacked a 16-year-old girl who was walking home from school through Winnebago Park in Park Forest, according to Assistant State’s Attorney Camilo Oceguera. Two days later and nearby on March 20 at 8:20 a.m., Akins approached a 17-year-old girl... In a third case on March 31, around 5:30 p.m., Akins began walking behind a 16-year-old... In each of the six cases, the victims identified Akins in a physical lineup, Oceguera said. (more...)

    Man Charged With Rape After Minor Gives Birth
John Neal, Jr. MEMPHIS, TN --John Neal, Jr. is charged with rape after a fifteen-year-old claimed Neal is the father of her newborn. According to the affidavit, the minor told hospital staff Neal raped her on several occasions. She was afraid to tell anyone because Neal threatened her and her family. Neal told Memphis Police he never touched the victim "in a sexual manner." According to DNA tests, Neal's probability of paternity is 99.9%.

    Saraland man arrested for trying to have sex with unconscious victim
Lydell VinesSARALAND, Alabama -- A 55-year-old man was arrested attempting to have sex with an unconscious person Friday by Saraland Police Department. Lydell Vines of Saraland was charged with first degree sexual abuse before he was booked into the Mobile County Jail. Before his arrest, two warrants had already been issued for revocation of probation in Mobile County Circuit Court, police said.

    Palo Alto police search for black man who exposed himself while kids played at park
Black exposerPALO ALTO, Calif. — Police are attempting to locate a man who exposed his genitals in a Palo Alto park where children were playing Friday evening. Police said two women were at Seale Park at 3100 Stockton Place around 5 p.m. when they saw a man walk into the park with his penis exposed through the open zipper of his pants. The man is described as a black man estimated to be around 45 years old, about 6 feet tall and weighing roughly 170 pounds with a thin build, according to police.

    Police Release Mugshot Of Black Man Charged In (Black) 3-Year-Old’s Death
Douglas WoodsPHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Police department has released the mugshot of Douglas Woods, the suspect charged in the Grays Ferry shooting on Friday night that left Tynirah Borum, a 3-year-old dead. Woods, 22, has been arrested and charged with murder, 3 counts of attempted murder, aggravated assault, and other offenses.

    Video: Candace Jackson sentenced to 50 for murder conviction
Candace Kiara JacksonJust hours after her brother O’Shea Jackson was sentenced to 40 years in prison on a murder charge, county resident Candace Jackson received a 50-year sentence Thursday in an unrelated murder. Both decisions were handed out by Judge Michael Traynor at the St. Johns County courthouse. Candace Jackson, 25, was convicted of second-degree murder, attempted second-degree murder and aggravated battery during a May trial. Jackson was driving an SUV in the parking lot of a bank on U.S. 1 South when the vehicle struck girlfriend Shaina Armstrong and her mother, Rosa Lee Armstrong. Rosa Lee was killed and Shaina was injured in the crash. The prosecution claimed it was intentional and that Jackson was accelerating through impact. Jackson claimed it was accidental.
  • Video: O'Shea Jackson sentenced to 40 years in murder of Eric Felder
    O’Shea Terrell JacksonAlfreda Evans asked Judge Michael Traynor to forgo leniency for the man responsible for the murder of her brother Eric Felder in June 2011. O’Shea Terrell Jackson’s grandfather and brother asked the judge not to “throw away another life.” Traynor met them somewhere in the middle Thursday in the St. Johns County courthouse. He sentenced Jackson to 40 years in prison for his conviction in June on one count of second-degree murder. It was a difficult day for the Jackson family. O’Shea’s sister Candace was sentenced Thursday to 50 years in prison in a separate murder case.

    Dallas police name suspect in triple murder case
Justin Pharez SmithDALLAS — Police said three people were found shot and killed in South Dallas Saturday morning at a residence police have linked to narcotics transactions. On Sunday, investigators named Justin Pharez Smith, 21, as the suspect, asking for the public's help to find him. Officers were called to the 5100 block of Wynell Street around 6:40 a.m. Saturday to investigate a report of a shooting. Police said two women and a man were found dead inside a small, one-bedroom home; a fourth person who was said to have encountered the suspect was wounded by gunfire and taken to Baylor University Medical Center for treatment. The dead were identified as: Demarcus Walton Black, 37 Tyteanna Lyahanee Brown Black, 21 Kimberly Montgomery Black, 36

    Man arrested on charges of murdering two women in Oxon Hill home
Malcolm Paul ThomasOXON HILL, Md. - A man was arrested late Saturday and charged with the murders of two women found dead earlier in the day in an Oxon Hill home. Malcolm Paul Thomas, 54, of Oxon Hill, was taken into custody in Wakefield, Virginia, by the Sussex County Sheriff's Office. He was awaiting extradition early Sunday back to Prince George's County in Maryland.

    Two charged with shooting death of Calumet City rapper
Jamal HoareJacob WilsonCALUMET CITY, Ill. - Two men have been charged in connection with the fatal shooting of a local rapper during a robbery Friday night in south suburban Calumet City. Jamal Hoare, 22, of Dolton, and Jacob Wilson, 19, of Calumet City, are each charged with first-degree murder and attempted armed robbery in connection with the death of of Jevante Johnson, according to Calumet City Police Chief Edward Gilmore. Johnson, 20, allegedly set up a drug deal with Hoare and Wilson, Gilmore said. He got in the back of their vehicle about 8:45 p.m. Friday in the 300 block of 157th Street and said he was robbing them, Gilmore said. The person sitting next to Johnson in the back of the car pulled out a gun and shot him, Gilmore said. Another person in the vehicle was also hurt in the shooting.

    City Council staffer sent fund-raising e-mails while working
Daneek MillerMargaret J. DensonLeroy ComrieA staffer for Queens Councilman Daneek Miller sent political fund-raising e-mails while working on the taxpayer dime, according to a Miller staffer and a source who shared the e-mail with The Post. Margaret Denson sent the plea for donations to ex-Councilman Leroy Comrie’s state Senate bid Wednesday. Denson claimed she was in the office but on a lunch break.


    Topless grandmother was aggressor in family’s fight with cops: police
Denise StewartDenise StewartShe was nearly naked and chomping mad. The topless Brooklyn grandmother who was caught on video brawling alongside her family against a dozen cops was the flailing, biting aggressor in the melee, law- ­enforcement officials insisted Saturday. Denise Stewart, 48, faces two felony assault charges after allegedly biting a cop’s finger while resisting arrest, according to sources.
  • Brooklyn Woman ‘Traumatized’ After NYPD’s Arrest Left Her Nearly Naked
    Once inside the apartment, police said a 12-year-old girl had visible injuries on her face and told officers she had been assaulted by her older sister and mother. Police said when they tried to arrest Stewart, two other family members tried to stop them. Police also said Stewart bit one of the officers. Stewart and the 12-year-old were both arrested on charges of assaulting an officer; two of Stewart’s grown children were also charged with resisting arrest.
  • City probing child abuse accusations after arrest of Brooklyn woman dragged naked from apartment
    Stewart, along with her 20-year-old daughter Diamond Stewart, was charged with assault, acting in a manner injurious to a child, resisting arrest and obstructing governmental administration. After the confrontation with police, Denise’s son, Kirkland Stewart, 24, was also charged with resisting arrest.

    Sharpton demands accountability, but still owes millions in back taxes
SharptonHe schmoozes with the mayor and dictates policy to the police commissioner, but the Rev. Al Sharpton and the tax man still don’t see eye to eye. The deadbeat preacher, along with his nonprofit National Action Network and two for-profit firms, have racked up a total of $4.7 million in outstanding debt and liens, according to federal and state tax ­records. Sharpton himself owes New York state $806,875 and has federal liens for unpaid personal income taxes against him totaling $2.6 million, records show. The Harlem-based NAN owed $813,576 to the federal government at the end of 2012, according to the most recent filings for the group. Sharpton’s company, Rev-Al Communications, owes $447,826 to the state. His Bo-Spanky Consulting firm has only $18.21 in outstanding debt, according to state records.



Rios Allegedly Strangled Woman, 92, to Steal Loose Change
Daniel RiosPolice say a man killed a 92-year-old New Jersey woman to steal loose change from her home. Daniel Rios, 38, of Elizabeth, was charged over the weekend with felony murder and burglary in connection with the May 24 homicide of Annette Hemple, Union County Prosecutor Theodore Romankow said. Romankow said Hemple tried to scream but that Rios put his hand on her face, pushed her into the living room and strangled her.


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  • Refugee Center to Open in Central Pa.
    A total of 318 refugees were resettled in Lancaster County in the first six months of 2014, more than a third of them from Burma. Large numbers also came from Cuba, Somalia and Bhutan.


Hate-crime suspect faces charges in assault of officer’s son
Yitzhak ShuchatA hate-crime suspect who lost a six-year fight against extradition from Israel is back in New York to face charges in a 2008 assault on a police officer’s son in Brooklyn. Yitzhak Shuchat, 28, is free on $300,000 bail and living with an uncle in Crown Heights, said his lawyer, Paul Batista. “Yitzy is a good kid,” Batista said. “He obviously is going to stay here until this matter gets resolved.” Shuchat was picked up by US marshals in Israel last month after the Israeli Supreme Court rejected his final appeal. He was flown back to New York, and pleaded not guilty July 18 in Brooklyn Supreme Court. Shuchat was patrolling Crown Heights on April 4, 2008, as a member of Shmira, a civilian patrol, when he and another Shmira member answered a radio report about black men throwing rocks at people on President Street. When the pair got to the scene, they had words with several youths, including Andrew Charles, then 20 years old, the son of a police officer.



    White man wrongly imprisoned for rape-murder of White woman by black - seeks millions from state
Kenneth IrelandKevin Benefield HARTFORD, Conn. — A man cleared of murder and rape charges after being locked up for two decades made an emotional appeal for millions of dollars in compensation on Tuesday, telling the state claims commissioner about the fear he endured in prison. Kenneth Ireland was imprisoned at the age of 18 and released in 2009 at age 39 after DNA tests proved that another man fatally beat a mother of four in 1986. He's seeking $5.4 million to $8 million under Connecticut's wrongful incarceration law. "You never think this is going to happen to you, especially in America," Ireland said during his nearly two-hour appearance. "I figured there was an error being made and that they'd figure this out and it would go away." He described the terror he felt as a 20-year-old man heading to a maximum security prison notorious for gang violence. "I was in absolute turmoil. I was telling anybody who would listen there's been a mistake made, I didn't do this. I'm innocent," he said. "I couldn't get anyone to listen to me." Ireland said his ordeal began when he was 17 and was called to the Wallingford police station to answer questions about the drowning death of a friend a year earlier. Police soon began questioning Ireland about the beating death of 30-year-old Barbara Pelkey.

    White Wilmington Police Officer Suing for Racial Discrimination
Mayor Dennis WilliamsA Wilmington police department lieutenant who was denied a promotion to captain last year is suing the city and Mayor Dennis Williams for discrimination. A federal lawsuit filed by Lt. Gregory Ciotti, a 55-year-old white male, accuses Williams, who is black, of race and gender discrimination. Ciotti also claims he was the subject of age discrimination and was targeted for retaliation for supporting former city councilman Kevin Kelley in the 2012 Democratic mayoral primary against Williams. Ciotti claims he was denied a promotion despite being the most qualified candidate, and that Williams implemented a race- and gender-conscious promotion policy. - (Black-on-white)

    Citrus man accused of transmitting HIV, more victims possible
Samuel Lewis Orr CITRUS COUNTY, FL - The Citrus County Sheriff's Office has arrested a man for allegedly transmitting HIV to at least one woman. According to the arrest report, 50-year-old Samuel Lewis Orr of Ocala knowingly transmitted the STD to the woman, not telling her he had the virus when he had sex with the victim without protection. The woman told police she tried to donate blood, when she confirmed that she had contracted HIV. The 60-year-old Crystal River woman also said she became very sick after having sex with Orr. Orr supposedly denied to the woman that he had HIV, yet a family member of Orr's admitted to the victim that he had HIV. The family member told the victim that "she herself uses protection with the defendant because he has been with so many other women," according to the arrest report. Also, during the investigation information was provided that Orr had sex with other women over the past several years. It is unknown at this time if more victims will come forward as a result of Orr’s arrest.

    Convicted drug dealer accused of child sex crimes in Lincoln Co.
Dwayne Bercell Sledge JrLINCOLN COUNTY, NC - A Lincoln County man who has been convicted on drugs charges is now facing charges for inappropriately touching a young child. According to investigators, Dwayne Bercell Sledge Jr, AKA "New York," was arrested early Friday morning. An investigation began two weeks ago after a report was filed with the Lincolnton Police Department. A warrant was issued on Thursday for indecent liberties with a child.

    Serial rapist hit with yet another sex charge
Jason ForgettaA serial rapist with a decade-long history of attacking kids and hookers was arrested Friday in Brooklyn for impersonating a cop when he raped and robbed a 26-year-old woman, police said. Jason Forgetta, 37, picked up his victim on a Sunset Park street, showed her a gold police shield, then accompanied her to her room, cops said. The registered sex offender then allegedly beat and raped her, then left with her phone and cash. He was jailed for a sex attack in 2002 and in 2007 he was busted for sexually abusing a 7-year-old girl, cops said.

    Covington man accused of raping woman he met online, cops say
Ricky Bernard BatesA Covington man was booked Thursday (July 31) on a charge of raping a woman he met through an online dating site, police said. Covington Police Chief Tim Lentz said Friday that the victim told police she met Ricky Bernard Bates, 32, online and communicated with him through text messages. She agreed to meet Bates in person on July 12, Lentz said, and he picked her up and brought her to his house on Ninth Avenue in Covington. The victim said Bates tried to have sex with her at his house, but she did not give her consent, Lentz said. Bates allegedly held down the woman and raped her, police said. When she tried to fight him off, Lentz said Bates choked her until she began to lose consciousness.

    Man gets natural life plus 25 years for son's murder, girlfriend's assault
Gregory SandiferMargaret Jefferson collapsed into the arms of relatives outside a courtroom Friday moments after a Cook County judge sentenced her former boyfriend to natural life in prison plus 25 years for a brutal attack that left their 3-year-old son dead. Jefferson, 27, who was sexually assaulted, stabbed and then shoved from a second-story window of her apartment before Gregory Sandifer murdered their son Jaivon in 2011, broke down as she said she still wondered what her son was thinking in his final moments.

    Suspect Accused Of Wielding Box Cutter, Trying To Rape Woman In The Bronx
Jonathan TorresNEW YORK — A suspect has been arrested and charged with attempting to rape a woman while brandishing a box cutter in the Bronx. Jonathan Torres, 18, of the Bronx, was charged Friday with attempted rape, assault, criminal possession of a weapon, and menacing. Around 2 a.m. this past Saturday, the suspect followed a young woman along East 149th Street down Jackson Avenue and St. Mary’s Park, in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx, police said. The man brandished a box cutter before pulling on the woman’s shirt, throwing her to the ground, getting on top of her. The victim screamed for help and the suspect fled.

    Essex County Prosecutor's Office Identifies Suspect in Shooting of Newark Police Officer
Donald EasterlingWEST ORANGE, NJ - Donald Easterling, 26, of Newark, has been identified in the shooting of a 19-year veteran of the Newark Police Department. The officer was shot in the leg and sustained non-life threatening injuries. Easterling was also shot during the confrontation and both were hospitalized at University Hospital.

    Police: Cowardly Black Dover Man Beat Elderly Victim With His Own Cane
Clarence HeathDOVER, Del. – Dover Police are searching for a man who allegedly assaulted an elderly man with the victim’s own cane. The alleged assault occurred Thursday afternoon. Officers responded the 800 block of Forest Street for a report of an elderly man lying on the ground, bleeding from his head. According to the victim, he was walking through a yard when he noticed a man following him. The victim says he told the suspect, identified by police as Clarence Heath, to leave him alone, at which point Heath knocked him to the ground. Heath then allegedly took the victim’s metal cane and struck him in the head and face several times before fleeing the area. Heath is wanted for assault on a person 62-years-of-age or older.

    Man accused of punching, hitting Milwaukee County attorney with metal object
Robert BakerMILWAUKEE — A 59-year-old Milwaukee is accused of assaulting an attorney with the Milwaukee County Corporation Counsel Office on Monday, July 28th. The accused is Robert Baker. He now faces a felony charge of Substantial Battery (With Intent to Cause Bodily Harm). According to a news release posted on the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office website, the attorney was attacked as he returned to his office after a hearing involving Baker in civil court. The criminal complaint against Baker indicates he allegedly punched the attorney several times and struck him in the head with a metal clipboard, causing a cut near his left eye that required medical treatment.

    9 Local (Black) Men Nabbed on Prostitution Charges

Nine local men are facing prostitution charges after police say they solicited undercover officers to engage in sexual acts for money. The Philadelphia Police Department's Citywide Vice Unit conducted the sting on Thursday across the department's 16th District, officials said. That covers parts of Mantua and West Philadelphia. All have been charged with one count each of Patronizing Prostitution and Solicitation. Officers also confiscated $2,969 in cash, six cars and SUVs and one loaded handgun.


(Black 'youth') Shoplifting flash mob wanted by police
black mobFEDERAL WAY, Wash. — Federal Way police are looking for a group of about 40 teenagers who stormed a Shell Station in Federal Way Sunday around 12:30 a.m. "It's pretty bad. I don't know, when 30, 40 people come into the store I don’t think even cops can do anything right away," said Ranji Rai, who owns the store. He said his clerk was alone at the time and couldn't do anything to stop the crowd. The clerk, Sukhvinder Singh, at first tried to stop the teens at the door but they pushed through. Then Singh tried to grab one of the teenagers' jackets, but another teen threw a soda at him and just missed. According to Federal Way police another group of teens targeted a 7-Eleven store about a mile away, only an hour and a half after they stormed the Shell Station. In that case, the store owner said a group of about 15 teenagers stole bottles of wine and beer. We showed Rai surveillance video from the second swarm of shoplifters at the 7-Eleven. He said that he believes they were the same teenagers who visited his store. Rai also said a mob of teens targeted his store a few weeks ago. He said he saw them getting away on a Metro bus.


    Black Ex-principal admits to using school funds for fling
Robert HannibalThe money raised from candy sales and fundraisers was supposed to be used for student affairs — not the principal’s. But that didn’t stop a Bronx headmaster from stealing nearly $30,000 from his school’s bank account to shower his mistress with lavish gifts and pricey dinners, officials said. Robert Hannibal, the former principal at JHS 145 in the Morrisania section, was arrested Thursday and charged with felony grand larceny.

    Black Hacker: Ringleader of Comcast Ripoff Scam Sentenced to Prison
Alston BuchananNORRISTOWN, Pa. — The mastermind of a scam that cost Comcast Corpration more than $2.4 million has been sentenced to at least three years in state prison by a judge in Montgomery County. Prosecutors say Alston Buchanan employed more than two dozen people who would spread the word that, for an upfront payment, they could have their monthly Comcast bills reduced. The 30-year-old Philadelphia man knew how to hack into the system and apply promo codes. More than 5,700 accounts were affected. Today, Buchanan was sentenced to 3-6 years in prison followed by seven years’ probation.


Charlotte missionary, Samaritan's Purse doctor with Ebola coming back to US
Kent Brantly and Nancy WritebolCHARLOTTE, NC - A disease with no known cure will soon reach the United States for the first time. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) plans to bring two Americans infected with Ebola to the U.S. for treatment. The CDC has retrofitted a long-range business jet with medical equipment, including an isolation chamber, and plans to bring two infected Americans back to the United States. "The two Americans who contracted Ebola in Liberia remain in the country today but medical evacuation efforts are underway and should be completed by early next week," officials with Samaritan's Purse said Friday. Aid workers Nancy Writebol and doctor Kent Brantly are currently in serious condition. Writebol is a Charlotte-based missionary while Dr. Brantly works with Samaritan's Purse in Boone.



The painful, mosquito-borne chikungunya virus has reached the US
A virus called chikungunya, which is transmitted by mosquitoes, has been an epidemic in the Caribbean in recent months. And this week, officials reported the first cases of people getting it on US soil. The disease is rarely lethal, but causes fever and joint pain. Sometimes that pain can last for quite a while. And the virus's recent, fast spread to the Western Hemisphere has public health experts concerned.

  • Missionary to Haiti tells of Chick V pain
    Tammy HansenJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A Jacksonville missionary who was infected with Chikungunya virus during a mission trip in Haiti spoke Thursday about the pain she's been in for the last two months. Tammy Hansen, who attends Chets Creek Church on the Southside, returned to Jacksonville on Monday after a long bout with the virus. Hansen said she's never felt as sick as she did when came into contact with the virus, and she said she knew immediately it was Chick V. Hansen teaches Haitian children English in a school that's open air, with no air conditioner. Mosquitoes are all around and in Haiti, and Hansen said Chick V is pretty common.

  • Suspected Child Predators Arrested: Police
    William Bairstow and Alexander ParkTwo Pennsylvania men, including a 53-year-old from Philadelphia, are accused of downloading images depicting children engaged in graphic sexual acts, according to the Pennsylvania's Office of the Attorney General. William Bairstow of the 300 block of Hellerman Street in the city's Lawndale section was arrested in late July after an undercover investigation revealed he allegedly disseminated child pornography online. Twenty-four-year-old Alexander Park of Lemont, Centre County was also taken into custody for uploading pornographic images of minors, according to authorities.

  • U.S. District Judge Freda Wolfson Upholds Conversion Therapy Ban
    Freda WolfsonFor the second time in nine months, a federal judge in New Jersey has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the state's ban on gay conversion therapy. The ruling filed Thursday by U.S. District Judge Freda Wolfson rejected the claims of a New Jersey couple who said their constitutional rights were being violated because the law prevents them from seeking treatment for their 15-year-old son.
  • U.S. District Judge Freda Wolfson Rules Santeria is Recognized Religion
    Freda WolfsonNJ Law Journal--A priest of Santeria—an Afro-Caribbean religion that requires animal sacrifice—can claim his arrest on animal cruelty charges violates the federal constitution, federal judge has ruled in a case of first impression in the Third Circuit. Ruling on a motion to dismiss a civil rights suit, U.S. District Judge Freda Wolfson in Trenton upheld claims of violation of free exercise of religion, as well as of illegal search and seizure, and found that an animal-protection officer who investigated the sacrifices is not entitled to immunity. U.S. Supreme Court precedent "not only establishes the legitimacy of the Santeria faith, but also its unique practice relating to the ritualistic sacrifice of certain animals," Wolfson said Tuesday in Badillo v. Amato.

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    Black man sentenced to 60 years for 1986 Wallingford rape and murder of a White mother of four
Kevin Benefield Kevin BenefieldBarbara PelkeyBarbara PelkeyNEW HAVEN, CT - A former New York City man was sentenced to 60 years in prison for a 1986 killing in which another man was convicted and served 20 years in prison before he was exonerated and freed. Kevin Benefield, 47, was sentenced Friday in New Haven Superior Court for the beating death of Barbara Pelkey, a 30-year-old mother of four who police said was also sexually assaulted. The former Bronx resident was convicted in January of murder and felony murder, which both carry 25 to 60 years in prison. Benefield worked near Pelkey and lied to police during the investigation. Benefield actually talked to Channel 3 Eyewitness News right after the murder. Pelkey's nude body was found at a manufacturing company where she worked in Wallingford. All four of Pelkey's children talked at Benefield's sentencing including the youngest daughter who broke down several times. She was 9-year-old at the time and remembers her father holding her hand, touching the casket, afraid of what was inside. The children also lost their father years later after he committed suicide. The judge told Benefield the list of people he hurt is endless. - (Black-on-white)

    Updated: Black Charged with Capital Murder of White Man
D'Angelo Bell Kaleb Cory18-year-old D'Angelo Bell has been arrested and charged with capital murder, along with aggravated assault and assault of a public servant, in connection with the deadly stabbing at the Grove apartments early Sunday morning that lead to the death of 19-year-old Kaleb Cory. Around 2:45 a.m., police received several calls reporting the sound of gunshots and what turned out to be two separate fights in the Grove Apartments parking lot. Medical personnel, upon arrival, located two young men, one with stab wounds to his back and torso, and another with a single stab wound to his lower back. After an investigation, it was discovered that a party was going on when several males, one of which was Bell, and a female showed up to the party uninvited. When told the party was over, a fight broke out in the parking lot. At this time, Bell and two others allegedly entered an apartment uninvited and stole several items, including cologne and an electronic cigarette, from the apartment owner. Bell was identified as he left the apartment and a large fight broke out in the parking lot. Cory allegedly fought with Bell and was stabbed several times. He later succumbed to his injuries while being treated at Hendrick Medical Center. Bell was taken to Hendrick for treatment of a hand injury which was at first speculated to be a gunshot wound, though the operating surgeon believed rather that it was caused by lacerations caused by a sharp object instead. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man convicted of killing (White) Bellaire police officer sentenced to death
Harlem LewisTerry TaylorJimmy NormanHOUSTON - A jury decided the punishment Tuesday for the man convicted of killing a Bellaire police officer and an innocent bystander in 2012. Harlem Harold Lewis III was sentenced to death. The verdict was returned after about 12 hours of deliberation. Twelve jurors - nine men and three women - unanimously agreed that Lewis should pay with his own life for shooting and killing Cpl. Jimmie Norman, 53, and Maaco shop owner Terry Taylor, 66, at the end of a police chase on Christmas Eve. Lewis stood with his head hung low. Norman's daughter, Dallas, now herself a police officer with Deer Park P.D., told Lewis her family still grieves the loss of her father. "You are an evil person and you are a coward," she said to Lewis. - (Black-on-white)

    Police: Black 12-year-old shot, killed White homeless man
Sharron TownsendThomas TrentThomas TrentJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A 12-year-old boy shot and killed a 54-year-old homeless man last month in a Westside parking lot, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. Sharron Townsend is charged with murder in the death of Thomas Trent, who was found dead at a vacant business in the 7400 block of 103rd Street about 7:20 a.m. June 28. Police said Townsend shot Trent one time in the head. Police said surveillance video was obtained from nearby businesses that helped them identify two persons of interest after receiving tips from the public. The video shows the two in the area at about 2:25 a.m. Investigators said one of them, 16-year-old Darrel Royal, was incarcerated in connection with an unrelated robbery, and when interviewed Wednesday night, he implicated Townsend. Police said they then interviewed Townsend, who they said admitted to shooting Trent with a .22-caliber gun. Police said the gun has not been recovered. Investigators said Townsend and Trent did not know each other, and the killing appears to be random. Police said Trent was not robbed. Townsend did have one prior arrest on a burglary charge. - (Black-on-white)

    Black Stuttgart teen charged with capital murder of White man
Ray Daniel Ruffinblack suspectA 17-year-old Stuttgart male was formally charged with capital murder Wednesday following last week's fatal shooting. Arthur L. Hicks Jr. has been charged as an adult in the crime. The Arkansas County Prosecuting Attorney's Office said the charge was formally filed Wednesday afternoon. According to Stuttgart Police Department Assistant Chief Steven Bobo, the capital murder charge requires an additional aspect, in this case robbery or attempted robbery. No other arrests or charges in the matter were filed Wednesday. The Arkansas State Police are still investigating after the state's law enforcement agency was called in to assist in the investigation. Dittrich explained last week that charges would be upgraded from first-degree battery to a homicide after the victim, Ray Daniel Ruffin, 20, died. - (Black-on-white)

    Coroner identifies White man killed in 'road rage' incident - black suspects
black suspectblack suspectChristopher DodgeLAS VEGAS -- The Coroner's Office has identified the man killed during what Metro Police say was a "road rage" incident in the northwest part of valley early Saturday morning. He's 28-year-old Christopher Dodge of Las Vegas. Lieutenant Ray Steiber with Metro's homicide division says police received a call from a passerby, just after midnight, to report a body on the sidewalk near near Racel Street and El Capitan Way. Steiber says a preliminary investigation shows a "road rage incident" led to a fight that ultimately led to Dodge's death. Police are currently looking for two suspects in connection with the case. Witnesses say they saw a white vehicle driven by an African-American woman with a light-skinned African-American man in the passenger seat. - (Black-on-white)
  • Coroner identifies man stabbed to death near Durango and Grand Teton
    Police said 28-year-old Christopher Dodge had been driving eastbound on Racel Street when he encountered another vehicle stopped in the travel lanes. Dodge exited his vehicle and a verbal altercation happened between the victim and a male standing outside of the stopped vehicle.
  • Three kids whose father was killed
    My friend Christopher Dodge was a victim of a homicide and his three children (ages 7, 6 & 3) are left behind without their father. I would like to help raise money for the children and to help his parents with the expenses of his death.

    (Black) N.J. Detective Acquitted In Maryland Road Rage Fatal Shooting of White Man
Joseph WalkerJoseph Harvey, JrANNAPOLIS, Md. — A jury sides with a New Jersey police detective who claims he shot and killed a road-raging Anne Arundel County man in self-defense. Prosecutors said his actions amounted to first-degree murder, but a jury didn’t buy it, and found nothing criminal in Walker’s actions when he pulled out his gun and opened fire. The jury ruled Detective Joseph Walker was acting in self-defense to protect his wife and kids when he shot and killed a road-raging Joseph Harvey along an Anne Arundel County roadside in June 2013. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Woman Choked With Rope in Rape Attack by Black in Broad Daylight: Police
Corrine McDonaldAndre TaylorA man is facing attempted murder charges after he allegedly attacked a woman in broad daylight and tried to strangle her with a rope. Corrine McDonald, 29, who lived in Philadelphia for four years but recently moved back to upstate New York, was visiting friends Wednesday afternoon in University City. She was walking along 45th and Larchwood Streets around 1 p.m. to grab a cup of coffee. As she was walking, police say a man, identified as 33-year-old Andre Taylor, approached her from behind, put a rope around her neck and started to choke her. "I felt something come around my neck and constrict it," McDonald said. "He had put a rope around my neck and was pulling it with both hands." Taylor allegedly dragged McDonald into an alleyway. That's when McDonald says she fought back as her adrenaline kicked in. "I had this moment of fear but there is no option but to fight," McDonald said. "I yelled and he tried to stop me from yelling. He reached out and grabbed me by the throat with his hand because he must have dropped the rope." As she struggled with the suspect, two undercover police officers who happened to be on patrol at the time spotted McDonald, ran to her rescue and apprehended Taylor, according to investigators. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Victim of St. Roch attack by pack of blacks: 'They just wanted to stomp somebody'
feral black attackerferal black attackerferal black attackerferal black attackerferal black attackerferal black attackerferal black attackerWilliam MurphyWilliam Murphy set out Sunday night to pick up a few groceries at the New Orleans Food Co-op in the St. Roch neighborhood. The roughly three-block walk is one the 54-year-old home renovator said he's made countless times since moving to the neighborhood in 2006. But what should have been a routine errand quickly turned into a harrowing encounter with a group of teenagers who left him bloody and battered. He remembers only flashes, he said, including the teens taking his laptop from his backpack but never attempting -- despite ample opportunity -- to take the $90 he had in his wallet. "This was a planned assault," Murphy said when reached by phone Tuesday (July 29), two days after the attack. "It was not a robbery attempt. They just wanted to stomp somebody." Murphy, who serves as vice president of the Faubourg St. Roch Improvement Association, became the second victim of weekend attacks in St. Roch. New Orleans police believe both were carried out by some of the same juveniles. Around 9:30 p.m., Murphy said he was walking in the 1300 block of Music Street when his assailants "blindsided" him from around the street corner. He doesn't know how long the beating lasted, only that maybe seven or eight individuals punched and kicked him multiple times in the face and body. One blow left a clear shoe imprint on his forehead. - (Black-on-white)
  • Simple Robbery in the 1300 blk of Music
    On Sunday, July 27,2014 at or about 10:00 PM, the victim was in the 1300 block of Music St. when he was assaulted by a group of 7-8 unknown black male juveniles. During the course of the assault, the victim's bag,which contained a laptop, was taken by the subjects who then fled on Urquhart in an unknown direction.

    Las Vegas dad ‘fought to his death’ to defend family in home invasion by interracial couple
Cody David Winters, 27.Richard RamosRichard Ramos, 59, knew what he had to do when a man and woman armed with a gun invaded his family’s Las Vegas home while he, his wife and their three children–ages 7, 16, and 19–were all inside. As the strangers burst in, the man pulled his gun. That’s when Ramos jumped to protect his family. Ramos struggled with the gunman. The gunman shot and killed the husband and father of four. Ramos’ wife, Julie, was stabbed with a screwdriver. “He fought for his family so they wouldn’t kill his family, because they almost killed my sister,” Kim Johnston, Julie Ramos’ sister, told the Los Angeles Times. “He literally fought to his death. They shot him and they stabbed him.” The home invasion was the final stop of a crime spree perpetrated by Cody David Winters, 27, and 35-year-old Natasha Galenn Jackson. They pulled over to the side of the road on Highway 93/95 while driving a stolen Nissan Altima when Scott Ufert, a Nevada Department of Transportation emergency services workers, stopped to see if they need help. Winters put a gun to Ufert’s head, robbed him and then loaded their stuff into his van and at gunpoint forced Ufert to drive, according to the police arrest warrant. “Cody” was eventually shot and killed by Metro officers.

Dangers of interracial dating

    Black Man charged for St. Charles rape
Rico L. FrazierST. CHARLES, Mo. – St. Charles police say they've arrested and charged a man for raping a 22-year-old woman three months ago. Rico L. Frazier, 23, of St. Louis, is charged with first-degree rape, two counts of first-degree sodomy, first-degree burglary, and felonious restraint. Officers were called to the Time Center Apartments at 3:48 a.m. May 1. The victim told police the suspect, now identified by police as Frazier, forced his way into her home and raped her. She was taken to an area hospital for treatment.

    Two Black St. Ann men charged with rape
Dalonte Ball and  Joseph Hester CLAYTON, MO – Felony charges have been filed against two St. Ann men in connection with a rape in Bridgeton. 20-year-old Dalonte Ball and 18-year-old Joseph Hester are both charged with one count each of forcible rape and sodomy. Police say the two men took the victim to a basement of a Bridgeton home in April 2013, where she was given alcohol and raped.

    Black Man arrested after groping woman on Jersey City street, authorities say
Alfonzo Williams JrA Jersey City man with an "extensive criminal history" was arrested and charged with groping a woman this morning on a Jersey City street, Port Authority police said. A 23-year-old woman was walking near the intersection of Montgomery and Summit avenues at about 6 a.m. this morning when Alfonzo Williams Jr., 37, reportedly stalked her from behind and forcibly grabbed her buttocks, said Joe Pentangelo, a spokesman for the Port Authority Police Department. Two bicyclists witnessed the episode unfold, and managed to intervene and scare off Williams, Pentangelo said. The bicyclists immediately spotted two Port Authority Police officers in the area and told them what happened, Pentangelo said. Williams, who is 6-foot-1 and approximately 200 pounds, was soon discovered about a half-mile away at the intersection of Summit and Van Reipen avenues, Pentangelo said.

    Black Man Exposes Himself to Woman on E Train: Police
black exposerPolice are searching for a man who allegedly exposed himself to a woman on the subway in Queens Tuesday morning. The suspect was sitting in front of a 48-year-old woman on the Jamaica Center-bound E train and exposed himself as the train approached the Jamaica/Van Wyck Expressway station, police say. When the train pulled into the station, the suspect ran off.

    NOPD releases picture of black St. Roch sexual assault suspect
black rapistNEW ORLEANS -- New Orleans police are looking for a man wanted for a sexual assault in the St. Roch neighborhood. The incident happened on July 19 in the 1100 block of Spain Street. The unidentified suspect was captured on surveillance video. Investigators say he's a black man in his late 30s or early 40s. If you help identify him, call Crimestoppers at 822-1111.

  • Woman sexually assaulted at gunpoint by black on jog in Marquette Park, police say
    black rapistCHICAGO -- Police are investigating the armed sexual assault of a 19-year-old woman out for a run in the city's Marquette Park neighborhood. The woman was jogging just north of Marquette Park in the 6500-block of South Artesian Avenue just after 12 a.m. Wednesday, when police said she was approached by a man she didn't know. Police said he allegedly pulled out a gun, forced the woman into a gangway and sexually assaulted her. A community alert released by police describe the suspect as an African American man, between 5' 1" and 5' 3" tall and 140-160 lbs. The victim said his face was hidden by the hood of the black sweatshirt he was wearing, which had letters on the front.

    Smiling Cowardly Black Purse Snatchers Caught On Camera Attacking Brooklyn Woman In Elevator, Hallway
smiling black banditsmiling black banditNEW YORK – Police are looking for two men who followed a woman into an apartment building and attacked her. In surveillance video released by the police, the 18-year-old victim was walking into a building in Midwood Sunday night at around 9:35 p.m. The suspects followed her in a few seconds later. The suspects are described by police as two young black men.

    Black Berks County Inmate Fails To Return From Work Release
Randy Allen RobertsonREADING, Pa. – Officials in Reading, Berks County say a prison inmate failed to return from work release. Randy Allen Robertson, a 24-year-old from Reading, did not show up at the Berks County Prison at the scheduled time following work release. He is described as 6’2” and 175 lbs.


Stop the invasion!



Suspect in fatal USC attack entered country illegally, feds say
Hispanic gangsterThe 19-year-old charged with murder in connection with last week's fatal assault on a USC graduate student told immigration officials that he entered the country illegally about seven years ago, a federal official said. The official, who was not authorized to speak publicly on the matter, said Jonathan DelCarmen made the comments during an interview at a Los Angeles County jail where he is being held in connection with the death of Xinran Ji, 24.  - (Invasion!)

    Caucasian Female Light Rail riders robbed at gunpoint by blacks after getting off train: ‘I was scared … I was in tears,’ girl says
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SEATTLE — A young woman and her 13-year-old sister on Wednesday recounted their terrifying ordeal when they were confronted by armed men after they got off the Light Rail at the Columbia City station. Mistyleene, 20, and her younger sister, Edgiemeh, 13, are still scared by what happened Tuesday night and asked that their last name not be used. The two suspects were described as black, between 16 and 20 years old, 5-foot-11 to 5-foot-4, wearing hoodies and T-shirts pulled up over their faces. They got away in a silver or gray VW sedan. - (Black-on-white)

    Black Ex-Marine lies about being in Gulf War to excuse his savage unprovoked attack on (White) N. Syracuse police officer
Danon EdwardsRobert FlorianA Syracuse veteran accused of a savage, unprovoked attack on a North Syracuse police officer partially blamed the attack on debilitating emotional trauma he suffered while in the Marines. Danon Edwards, 33, said through his lawyer that his military service left him emotionally scarred and unable to work. He told is lawyer, Chris Gaiser, that he served in the "Gulf War." But Edwards was actually a peacetime food service worker and never left the country, according to the U.S. Marines. His record shows he was a Marine from July 19, 1999 to Jan. 31, 2003. He had the rank of private and served as a "food service specialist." There's no indication of overseas assignment or deployment, the Marines noted. In court, Gaiser said Edwards' service "may have had an effect on his emotional stability." Edwards is accused of attacking North Syracuse Police Officer Robert Florian, hitting him several times before other officers arrived to subdue Edwards. Florian had serious physical injuries including a broken jaw and lots of bruises, police said. - (Black-on-white)

    Black suspect creeps up on (White) women and robs them in Kroger
black sneak thiefNELLVILLE, Ga. -- Police are warning shoppers to be aware of a man who is creeping up on women and stealing their valuables right out of their purses -- and he's being very bold about it. Snellville Police released surveillance video of the suspect who stole a woman's wallet from her purse while she was shopping at the Kroger on Highway 124. They're convinced he's done it before. The video shows a woman shopping; while she's looking for a product in one of the aisles, the man creeps up behind her, reaches into her purse and steals her wallet. "Her purse is laying in the top basket of the shopping cart and its wide open," said Snellville Police Capt. Carey Roberts. - (Black-on-white)

    Lockport Police List Black Suspect as "Dark Negro"
Shamir AllenThe mug shot was of 19-year-old Shamir Allen. He's a suspect in several shootings in the city. We looked further on the mug shot and found next to line labeled "complexion," that Allen is listed as a "negro." Next to negro it reads "DA" According to Lockport Police, this means dark. So, Shamir Allen, a 19-year-old suspect is listed as a "dark negro," in the Lockport Police database.
  • BLOTTER: Police reports published July 31
    LOCKPORT - Shooting suspect sought A suspect is being sought by the U.S. Marshal's Violent Felony Task Force in relation to several shootings in the Lockport area. Shamir Allen, 19, is wanted for several violent felonies in Niagara County in addition to the shootings in Lockport. He is listed at 5-foot, 10-inches, 152 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. He is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information is asked to call the U.S. Marshal's Task Force at 777-1072.
  • Lockport Shootings Nearly Double This Year
    Police don't believe the shootings are gang-related. So far, investigators will only name one person of interest -- 19-year-old Shamir Allen.

    White girl 18, was kidnapped from her car by a black and accomplices and gang-raped for four hours before having her throat slit
Freddie GlennKelsey GrammerKaren Elisa Grammer"Frasier" and "Cheers" star Kelsey Grammer forgave the man who raped and murdered his sister but said that he should not be released, during an emotional testimony at the killer's parole hearing on Tuesday. The 59-year-old Frasier star testified against 57-year-old Freddie Glenn who kidnapped and murdered his 18-year-old sister, Karen Elisa Grammer, in 1975 when she was leaving her job at a Red Lobster in Colorado Springs. Freddie Glenn also was convicted of killing another two men. Glenn murdered motel cook Daniel Van Lone, 28, in a robbery from which he took 50 cents on June 19, 1975. On June 27 that year, he killed 19-year-old Army soldier Winfred Proffitt over drugs. - (Black-on-white)

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  • America's "Evolving" Look: Census Shows White Deaths Outpace Births
    For the second year in a row, the number of non-Hispanic white deaths in 2013 outweighed the number of white births, signaling an increasingly older and diversified American public. It is a trend that’s likely to continue for a while, as traditionally minority groups become the majority of the U.S. population. - (Drudge link)


    Pew: White majority over, next generation more than 50% non-white - (Drudge link)


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