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    Black man acquitted of murder faces questions in killings of three Whites in Kansas City
Brandon B. HowellSusan ChoucranDarrel HurstAlice Lorene Hurst, 88KANSAS CITY, MO - A man previously accused in a double murder is now a suspect in the Northland Motel 6 assaults and is a person of interest in a deadly south Kansas City crime spree that left three dead and two injured. Brandon B. Howell, 34, is in police custody and was the man arrested late Tuesday walking along Interstate 29 after a massive manhunt. Howell is suspected of assaulting three Motel 6 guests after ditching an SUV stolen from the scene where three residents were fatally shot and two others were critically injured after they were nearly beaten to death. The suspect has an extensive criminal record including first-degree murder, kidnapping, robbery, assault and animal abuse charges in both Kansas and Missouri. However, he has not been convicted of all of those accused crimes. - (Black-on-white)
   

    2 more (blacks) arrested in fatal shooting (of White female) in Waugh community
Kyrice Devontaie MushatTerry Lee Jackson JrMarcus Lenard SandersBallard ReynoldsMONTGOMERY, AL - The Montgomery County Sheriff's Department confirmed Tuesday that two more people were arrested in a fatal weekend shooting in the Waugh community. Kyrice Devontaie Mushat and Terry Lee Jackson Jr. are charged with capital murder. Marcus Lenard Sanders was arrested earlier and charged with capital murder and robbery in the first degree. Sheriff's deputies say the victim, 27-year-old Ballard Reynolds, died at the hospital following the shooting on Saturday. Officials say deputies responded to a report of a subject being shot on St. James Church Loop at the Waugh Park off of Marler Road. When they arrived at the scene they located Reynolds who was transported to Baptist East. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Woman Fights off Rape Attempt by Black in Brooklyn: NYPD
black rapistA woman fought off a man who tried to rape her in the entryway of a building in Brooklyn, and now police say they’re looking for the attacker. The man approached the woman, 32, in the front of the building near Ralph Avenue and Bainbridge Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant at about 8 a.m. Sunday, police say. When he attacked, the woman fought him off. The man then allegedly took her cell phone and ran.

    Woman raped in uptown; (black) Suspect description released
black rapistPolice are investigating an alleged rape which the victim said happened between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. that morning. The 47-year-old woman said during an interview on Monday a man pushed her to the ground and raped her in an uptown alley. Police said the incident is an "extremely active investigation" and because of the nature of the alleged crime, the department has decided to increase its patrol in the uptown area. The victim said she left the bar called Tilt on Trade Street on Saturday morning and because of a fight with her boyfriend, decided to walk home alone. "Don't walk alone," a woman said. "I mean, that's not to blame the victim but you have to be careful." Police said they are searching for a black man in his 30s, about 6 feet 2 inches tall with a 2-inch afro and scruffy beard.

    Police Search For (Black) Rape Suspect In Delaware
black rapistWILMINGTON, Del. – New Castle County Police are searching for a man accused of raping a woman last week. On Wednesday, August 27 around 11:43 p.m. New Castle County Police responded to the 1600 block of Coleman Street for the report of a rape. Upon arrival, officers found the 29-year-old victim who said she was accosted and sexually assaulted. Investigators say the suspect is described as an African-American male in his early 20s, 5’6”-5’7” tall, with a thin build. He was last seen wearing a dark hooded jacket and dark sweatpants.

 

    (Black) Son of Pa. Police Chief Accused of Pointing Gun at Undercover Officers
black suspectThe son of a local police chief is accused of pointing a loaded gun at two undercover police officers during an alleged fit of road rage. Christopher Fitzgerald, 22, of Allentown, is charged with simple assault, reckless endangerment, reckless driving and careless driving. Fitzgerald is the son of Allentown Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald.

    (Black) Woman Charged With Kidnapping After Grabbing Boy At O’Hare
Olachi EtohCHICAGO — A woman has been charged with kidnapping after she grabbed a two-year-old boy at O’Hare International Airport and tried to run away with him Tuesday afternoon. The boy was standing in the Lower Terminal 3 baggage area with his mother about 4:45 p.m. when Olachi Etoh, 24, “forcibly picked up the boy” and tried to run away down an escalator, according to a statement from Chicago Police. The mother intervened and was able to get the boy back “within moments,” police said.
   

    ‘Deadbeat’ Brooklyn pol gets her landlord arrested
Darlene MealyBrooklyn City Councilwoman Darlene Mealy stiffed her landlord out of $7,500 and then had him arrested after he changed the locks on her office, the disgruntled owner told The Post. Robert Mulzak, a retired city firefighter, says he hasn’t been paid the monthly $1,250 rent owed by Mealy since April for her district office at 203 Ralph Ave. “You would never expect this from an elected official,” he said. “You would expect them to set an example. Pay the rent.” On Friday, Mealy called the cops on him after he changed the four-story building’s locks and didn’t give her a key.

   

White Man Stabbed To Death By Hispanic While Biking To Miami To Propose To Girlfriend
Kevin AdornoRene Herrera CruzVERO BEACH — A South Florida woman is mourning the murder of her boyfriend who was killed in an unprovoked attack while biking from Maryland to Miami. Kevin Adorno, 28, was fatally stabbed at a Vero Beach McDonald’s Monday night as he neared the end of a “bucket list” bicycle trip in which he planned to propose to his girlfriend when he arrived in Miami. Adorno suffered serious stab wounds to his chest and arms. Witnesses said he was attacked outside the restaurant while talking to his girlfriend on a cellphone. He stumbled back inside but was pronounced dead a short time later at Indian River Memorial Hospital. Police arrested 59-year-old Rene Herrera Cruz, who told police Adorno was using a cellphone, and Cruz believed he was telling other people to attack him. He was charged with first-degree murder.

   

   

 

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  • 2 Jewish Men Charged With Hate Crime for Attack on Black Crown Heights Man
    CROWN HEIGHTS — Two Jewish men were arrested and charged with a hate crime after attacking a black man walking his dog in Crown Heights Saturday night, throwing garbage cans at him while using racial slurs, according to the Brooklyn District Attorney’s office. Crown Heights resident Dieuphene Hyppolite, 56, was walking his dog shortly before 7 p.m. Saturday night near Albany Avenue and Montgomery Street when Samuel Brendler, 21, and Ahrone Koskase, 22, began harassing him, throwing garbage cans towards him and punching him in the face, according to police and court documents. The two also attempted to take Hyppolite’s dog and called him a racial slur, the documents showed. "This is my dog. F--- you, you f---ing n-----," said one of the men, according to the complaint.
  • 2 Yeshiva Students Arrested For Allegedly Beating Black Man In Crown Heights
    CrownHeights.info reports that both suspects, who are white, are Israeli citizens living in Brooklyn to attend Chabad yeshiva.

 

 

 


 
   

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Body of White female girl shot and kidnapped by black found near Pocahontas
Dewayne ThompsonKatelyn Beard and siblingsKatelyn BeardJACKSON, Miss. —Jackson police on Tuesday found the body of a 17-year-old girl who had been kidnapped last week. Dwayne Thompson, who is charged in the case, led police to Katelyn Beard's body, which was found about 9:30 a.m. in a wooded area off Darden Road, near Pocahontas, investigators said. Earlier in the morning, search crews found clothing belonging to Beard, police said. Dewayne Thompson was captured Monday around 5:45 p.m., police said. - (Black-on-white)

   
   
  • Car belonging to missing girl found behind vacant building - White girl shot and kidnapped by black man
    Jackson, Miss. - - Mississippi Highway Patrol issued an Amber Alert for 17-year-old Katelyn Beard. Beard was reportedly abducted Sunday morning between 6:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. from 4244 Lynda Street in Jackson, Miss. Jackson Police Department confirms it found Beard's car behind a vacant building. She is described as a white female, with long brown hair and brown eyes. She is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 140 pounds. Beard was last seen accompanied by Dewayne Thompson, who is described as a black male with black hair and brown eyes. He is 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs 135 pounds. They were last seen traveling in a light gray or silver 2009 Nissan Altima with a Greene County license plate that reads GRF 293. They were heading east on Lynda Street in Jackson. According to police, Beard was shot and her life could be in danger. Thomas is considered armed and dangerous. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Charleston man arrested in weekend slaying
Marlon “Ice” DixonBranda “MiMi” BashamMarlon “Ice” Dixon is escorted to Kanawha County Magistrate Court from the Charleston Police Department to be arraigned on a first-degree murder charge. Marlon Dewayne “Ice” Dixon shot to death Branda “MiMi” Basham because she was working with law enforcement as a confidential informant on drug investigations, police said. Basham’s assistance led to Dixon’s arrest and indictment for distribution of narcotics, according to the criminal complaint. Dixon was arraigned in Kanawha County Magistrate Court Thursday night and is being held without bond. He faces life in prison on first-degree murder charges. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Albemarle man faces multiple child sex charges
Benjamin Tyler LennonN.C. -- An Albemarle man was arrested over the weekend on multiple child sex charges. The Stanly County Sheriff's Office began investigating a reported sexual battery of a juvenile female on Saturday, August 23. The reported assault took place at a home in the Albemarle area, officials say. Benjamin Tyler Lennon, 35, of Albemarle, was developed as the suspect in the case. Authorities arrested Lennon on Saturday and charged him with two counts each of indecent liberties with a child and sexual battery.

 

 

 


    San Antonio’s Unarmed Black “Gentle Giant” Occasions No Riots—Just Beats White Victim To Death With Fists By Nicholas Stix

    (Black) Suspects in pellet-gun attacks took bets on hitting targets
Edward J. Fall Edward J. Fall White woman victim of black racist attackA man busted in a slew of pellet-gun attacks on city joggers said he and a pal took bets on hitting targets, court documents show. “I bet him $20 he couldn’t hit the dog,” Edward Fall, 20, told cops about buddy Antwan Ross, who also was busted in the shootings. The pair were at Hudson River’s Pier 81 last week when a man, woman and pooch were shot. “I gave Antwan the gun because it was his birthday,” Fall said, according to court papers. “I thought he might shoot the water, but then I knew he was going to shoot people. He’s a good shot even when he’s drunk.” After hitting the dog, “then he shot the girl,’’ Fall said. “She turned around and looked, so the pellet must have hit her leg. Then he shot a man.’’The pack then ran before a woman in the group shouted at the victim, calling her a “white bitch.” The pellet is still lodged in the soft tissue of the woman’s head, court documents show. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Cee-Lo Green Pleads Not Guilty to Rape Charges, Attempts to Define Rape on Twitter
Cee-Lo Green Cee-Lo Green plead no contest earlier this week to charges stemming from a 2012 incident during which he allegedly gave a 33-year-old woman ecstasy without her consent during a dinner in Los Angeles. The woman says she woke up next to Green in bed, unsure of the previous night's events, but Green's lawyer argues that the two had "consensual relations." No sex charges were filed due to a lack of evidence, as per prosecutors. He was sentenced to three years probation and 45 days of community service.
   

    (Black) Caretaker accused of sexual abuse at Special Olympics
Tyshon VanBlueA Davenport man has been accused of sexually abusing two victims while he served as their caretaker during Special Olympics in Ames in May, according to court documents. Tyshon VanBlue, 24, has been charged with five counts of third-degree sexual abuse. He was being held Friday at the Story County Jail on a $50,000 cash bond. The Scott County Department of Human Services reported to Iowa State University Police on June 3 that a sexual assault had occurred at Maple Hall, an ISU residence hall, on May 22 or 23. The victim said that VanBlue performed sex acts on two occasions in VanBlue's room, according to an affidavit.

    (Black) Suspect in apartment rape is on probation for a similar attack
Donald GwinMEMPHIS, Tenn. — A man accused of raping a woman in her apartment is now in police custody. Donald Gwin was already on probation for another sex crime when this latest attack happened Thursday morning. Police say Gwin was wearing a GPS tracker at the time a woman was attacked at the Country Squire Apartments. The woman said her attacker locked her inside her apartment, then raped and choked her at knife-point. She told police the suspect forced her to brush her teeth afterwards to get rid of the evidence. Suspected Country Squire rapist captured

    (Black) Man arrested in puppy bludgeoning death case
Gary L. Kennedy(Google images) 8 Month Old Shar Pei PuppySAN ANTONIO — A man accused of beating a puppy to death with a metal rod last month has turned himself in to police and is now charged with animal cruelty, officials said Thursday. Gary L. Kennedy, who was also wanted on an assault charge, has been in Bexar County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bail since Aug. 22. Officials initially said he was 53, but public records show him to be 51. Kennedy is accused of killing an 8-month-old Shar Pei named Boscoe on July 3 in the 100 block of Canton Street on the East Side. Security footage of the incident showed him dragging the dog's body away in a garbage bag, officials said.

    (Black) Man escapes Daytona Beach police custody
Dontavious WilliamsDAYTONA BEACH -- The search is on for an escaped prisoner in Volusia County. Just before 3 a.m. Saturday, Daytona Beach police responded to the Southside Inn in reference to an aggravated assault with a firearm. Police said they approached Dontavious Williams, who gave police a false name and was detained. While in custody, police said a large crowd approached, allowing Williams to separate from officers. He then fled on foot while handcuffed behind his back. Williams is now wanted for aggravated assault with a firearm and escape. Detectives said he is known to be armed with a firearm.
   

    Elementary school principal accused of buying crack
Donald "Donnie" JohnsonTiquista RobinsonMURFREESBORO, TN - An elementary school principal was arrested for trying to buy crack cocaine in Murfreesboro. Murfreesboro detectives received information that Rockvale Elementary School Principal Donald "Donnie" Johnson had purchased crack cocaine multiple times and was going to buy more at a pharmacy on Cason Lane. Detective Shawn Jensen and other Vice Unit detectives said they observed Johnson at the pharmacy using an ATM to retrieve cash. Police said Johnson then met the alleged seller, Tiquista Robinson, in the parking lot of the business. Detectives witnessed a hand-to-hand transaction and stopped both Johnson and Robinson.

    Black Sports: 49ers Ray McDonald speaks after release from jail
Ray McDonald San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Ray McDonald was arrested early Sunday on felony domestic violence charges after officers responded to a home in an upscale neighborhood, San Jose police said. McDonald, 29, was released from jail after posting bail, Santa Clara County sheriff's Sgt. Kurt Stenderup said.
   

    Police ID (black) man shot, killed in confrontation with police
Eugene N. Turner IIIKANSAS CITY, MO - One man is dead after he was shot by Kansas City police early Sunday morning on the city's northeast side. Kansas City police identified the man as 28-year-old Eugene N. Turner III, of Kansas City. Police were called to the area of Independence and Myrtle avenues about 4:45 a.m. on a suspicious man possibly armed with a gun. Initially, police could not find anyone, but minutes later a foot chase began with Turner, and the shooting took place a block south at East Sixth Street and Myrtle Avenue. After the shooting, paramedics were called, but Turner died at the scene. Police said a handgun was found in close proximity to the suspect. Police said Turner fired several rounds at officers before being shot and killed. It is unknown why he was walking the streets carrying a gun, police said.

 
  • Two black women sought for stabbing man in French Quarter
    black womanblack womanNew Orleans police are asking the public's help in identifying two women wanted for stabbing a man in the French Quarter early Thursday morning. The stabbing happened in the 800 block of Iberville Street at about 3:45 a.m. According to police, a 25-year-old man was walking to his hotel when two women "began feeling on him and making sexual advances." After fighting off their advances, he realized that his wallet was missing, so he confronted them and demanded his wallet back. At that point, police said, a "physical altercation ensued" and the 25-year-old was stabbed in the hand. The two women walked away on Iberville toward Bourbon Street after the incident. The first woman is black with a medium build and dark complexion. She is 6'0" to 6'5" and has long black hair. She was wearing a pink shirt with a diamond pattern. Police say she may have be transgender. The second suspect is black, about 5'5" to 5'7" tall and had a thin build with straight black hair.

 

 

    Knockout game-style attack lands bicyclist in intensive care
White friend of KO victimPRINCE GEORGE COUNTY, Va. — A 51-year-old bicyclist remains in intensive care at VCU Medical Center after he was targeted in what a witness called a “knockout game-style” attack. The man was riding his bicycle on River Road near the Prince George County-Hopewell line at about 7:30 Sunday morning when a car came up from behind and slowed down, the bicyclist’s friend said. The friend, who wished to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation, said someone in the car reached out and hit the bicyclist in the back with either his hand or an object. The bicyclist had time to yell for help before he veered off the road and collapsed. The bicyclist had suffered a massive heart attack.

   

Arrest made in fatal shooting from 1995
Chad Everett BujanoHOUSTON - The Houston Police Department has arrested a man in connection with a 1995 homicide. Chad Everett Bujano, 35, is charged in a fatal shooting that happened around 12:50 p.m. on Nov. 12, 1995. Bujano is accused of killing 18-year-old Kristian Gaona when he was 16. Police say Gaona was walking north on the 6500 block of Ashcroft with three other friends when a newer-model SUV approached them. Bujano confessed to his role in the incident. Police say he told them that he fled to Mexico to live with relatives after the shooting. When he returned to Texas, he used an alias as his name, according to HPD.

   
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  • China’s ‘great rejuvenation’ threatens to harden racial attitudes - There are derogatory terms for virtually every ethnic group
    China is no stranger to crude racism. It is common in Beijing to hear otherwise enlightened, well-educated and cosmopolitan Chinese executives and officials refer to Africans or African-Americans as “monkeys”. Even the more affectionate term translates into English as “blacky”. There are derogatory terms for virtually every ethnic group with a history of contact with China but white people are generally lumped into a single group and referred to as “foreign devils”.

 
  • Asian Couple uses fake credit cards to buy $100K worth of baby formula - shipped it to China
    They had a formula for making money. Cops have charged a Brooklyn couple with using phony credit cards to buy more than $100,000 worth of Enfamil baby formula from a wholesale chain and shipping it to China. Zhao Rong, 26, and Chen Xun, 31, used different Citi­Bank credit cards to buy the formula from various BJ’s Wholesale outlets. But store workers got suspicious when the purchases were made with the same BJ’s membership card. They were busted before they could ship the formula to China, police said.


    UK: Horrific moment black mugger stabbed to death White man with a mental age of nine - because he wouldn't hand over phone
    Jamal Jones, left, and Michael MensahRyan Beresford, left, and Miguel Leiba, rightDean Mayley A gang of black youths has been convicted of killing a 'kind and innocent' young man with the mental age of nine in a knife-point mugging caught on graphic CCTV film. Dean Mayley was stabbed in the heart by 17-year-old Jamal Jones for refusing to hand over his mobile phone to a group of robbers who stopped him as he walked home in Greenford, west London, on the afternoon of February 7. The 24-year-old had learning difficulties due to a brain disorder called Microcephaly and probably did not fully understand what the teenagers wanted, jurors were told. Miguel Leiba, also 17, from Hanwell, and Ryan Beresford, 19, blocked the victim's path and Michael Mensah, 18, drove them to and from the scene, the prosecution said. - (Black-on-white) - (UK)
   

    Black suspected in murder of White man claims arrest was unlawful
Timothy M. GastonMarshaun Maurice LigonMatthew W. HammondA Knoxville, Tennessee, man is asking a judge to suppress evidence in a Painesville Township murder case, claiming his arrest was unlawful. Timothy Markel Gaston, 26, is accused of helping another man kill 23-year-old Matthew Hammond on July 26, 2013, at the victim’s Huntington Trailer Park home. Hammond was found with a gunshot wound around 4 a.m. that day, and was pronounced dead at TriPoint Medical Center in Concord Township. According to Lake County Sheriff’s Office deputies, the two men forced their way into the mobile home, shot Hammond and fled the scene. On April 12, the Lake County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of 21-year-old Marshaun M. Ligon of Painesville. The Lake County Sheriff’s Office identified Ligon as a “person of interest” in the homicide case and he remains in custody at the Lake County Jail on a separate contempt of court charge, according to jail records. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police: 85-year-old White woman carjacked, injured by two cowardly criminal black thugs
Bernard R. DixonGarry LormejusteTherese LefebvreTwo felons are being held in the Palm Beach County Jail without bond after they allegedly carjacked an 85-year-old woman and snatched her purse, causing her to sustain injuries, according to an arrest report. Minutes earlier, the two men attempted to carjack a tourist but were unsuccessful. Bernard R. Dixon of Riviera Beach and Garry Lormejuste, who has no fixed addresses, are each facing charges of robbery with a firearm and possession of a weapon by a felon. Riviera Beach Police met with a Massachusetts woman Wednesday morning who said two men had attempted to open her door while flashing a handgun. She had pulled over to look at her GPS when the men attempted to enter her car. The woman was able to speed away and call police. Both suspects fled the area toward a food store, where they allegedly carjacked the 85-year-old victim, taking her Buick and purse. The woman was taken to St. Mary’s Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries, the report said. Dixon, 28, has been arrested 18 times. Lormejuste has been arrested 10 times. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Two blacks arrested after 85-year-old White woman assaulted while shopping, carjacked
    RIVIERA BEACH, Fla. - An 85-year-old Riviera Beach woman is recovering at home after police said she was assaulted and carjacked while returning to her car after shopping. Investigators arrested Bernard Dixon and Garry Lormejuste and charged the men with felonies. The victim, Therese Lefebvre, has bandages on her arm, bruises on her legs and a cut on her cheek from where she said the gun was shoved in her face. "They think I've been to the rodeo, like I flew off the bull or something, because that's the way I feel. I went flying in the air," said Lefebvre. "I feel very lucky. He could have hit me on the head with that gun. He could have shot me. It could have been worse. He could have run over me with the car." The 85-year-old said she is beyond sore and feels something greater was taken from her in the incident. "I feel that I lost all of my dignity. All the respect. You can't be independent anymore. You can't be," said Lefebvre.

    Black 14-year-old purse-snatching suspect who attacked 74-year-old White woman appears in court
Charlotte DunawayCharlotte DunawayGary CoxORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - There was no sympathy from a judge for a 14-year-old boy accused of knocking down a grandmother and stealing her purse. The teenager, Gary Cox, was in juvenile court Saturday after his arrest this week. The question now is if he will face charges as an adult. Gary's grandmother was with him in court Saturday, saying her grandson is only 14 and should not be charged as an adult. The judge said that is up to the State Attorney's Office. Charlotte Dunaway, 74, suffered major injuries when, according to police, Gary slammed her to the ground in an attempt to grab her purse Aug. 15 inside an Ocoee Publix. "The injuries I sustained from what he did to me are every bit as serious as they would have been if he were a 35-year-old man," Dunaway said.
   

    1 Black Arrested, Charged In Alleged Hate Crime Against White Female Central Park Jogger
Edward J. FallNEW YORK — Police say one man has been arrested and charged for an alleged assault on a jogger in Central Park on August 1White woman victim of black racist attack8. Edward J. Fall, 20, was charged with assault, reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a weapon as part of a hate crime, according to police. Police say due to further investigation, Fall has been charged with another similar assault where a 34-year-old jogger was hit in the head with a pellet gun near Central Park North and East Drive. He faces the same charges of assault, reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a weapon. That incident occurred on Sunday, August 17 around 9:05 p.m., according to police. The NYPD Hate Crime Task Force is investigating the incident as a possible hate crime after police say the woman was shot in the back of the head with a BB gun. The victim said what they said to her next, she says, was a mix of expletives, and “white people should die.” - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police: Black Man Stabs White Girlfriend To Death, Commits Suicide
Brandon Jerome NowlinRebecca Ann CoughenourBALTIMORE — The stabbing death of Baltimore woman was the result of domestic violence, police say. Police say 23-year-old Rebecca Ann Coughenour was stabbed to death last Thursday by her boyfriend, 25-year-old Brandon Jerome Nowlin. Coughenour and Nowlin had been in a relationship for the last several years. They have a prior history of domestic violence reported. Detectives say Nowlin was last seen in the 5500-block of the Baltimore National Pike in Catonsville. He has found dead by apparent suicide last Thursday afternoon. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Black Lubbock man indicted in connection with slaying of white lawyer at downtown law office where both men were staying
Jestin HookerSteven Charles WallaceA Lubbock grand jury indicted a 28-year-old man Tuesday in the July beating death of a local lawyer. Jestin Hooker is accused in the July 23 slaying of 61-year-old Steven Wallace at the law office at which both men were staying. Wallace died of blunt force trauma, according to the Lubbock County medical examiner. Hooker is being charged with a felony count of murder, court records show. - (Black-on-white)
   

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    Inmates accused of smuggling drugs from casket
Henry Ison RouseNekoase Antwan VinsonBibb County's sheriff calls it. "wicked." Two inmates are accused of using their dead grandmother's casket to help smuggle marijuana into jail. Henry Ison Rouse and Nekoase Antwan Vinson are charged with marijuana possession .and trying to take contraband into jail. In a news release, the sheriff's office says it happened when the men were allowed a private viewing of their grandmother. They say them men visited the Bentley Brothers funeral home in handcuffs and leg restraints and supervised by deputies. But when they returned to jail, the release says,.guards found baggies of marijuana and tobacco, a lighter and a cell phone.

    Police officers not to blame for death of drugged-out (black) man: NYC union
Ronald SingletonNEW YORK -- Officers shouldn't be held responsible for the death of a drugged-out man in police custody, the head of a police union said Saturday. The New York Police Department said Friday it was being investigated by Manhattan prosecutors for the July 13 death of Ronald Singleton. The 45-year-old was high on PCP, a hallucinogenic drug, and had been acting erratic in a taxi when officers responding to a 911 call restrained him, placing him in a protective body wrap, police said. He was headed to a hospital to undergo a psychiatric evaluation when he went into cardiac arrest and died.
   

    St. Paul Police Fed. Pres: Mayor’s Arrest Statements ‘Inflammatory’
Chris LollieChris ColemanMINNEAPOLIS — The president of the Saint Paul Police Federation has criticized Mayor Chris Coleman for statements he made regarding the arrest of a man that captured on cellphone video. The incident involving Chris Lollie and three St. Paul Police officers took place on Jan. 31, but it went viral earlier this week after it was uploaded to YouTube. Mayor Coleman released a statement Friday about the video, which shows Lollie arguing with police and eventually being tasered off camera. Coleman said the video raises a lot of concerns. Police Federation President Dave Titus defended the three officers — who he identified as Michael Johnson, Bruce Schmidt and Lori Hayne — in a statement released Saturday. “The three very experienced and decorated officers responding to this call repeatedly attempted to determine the level of threat presented by Mr. Lollie and to deescalate the situation,” Titus said. “The outcome of this arrest was determined by Mr. Lollie himself. He refused numerous lawful orders for an extended period of time. The only person who brought race into this situation was Mr. Lollie.”

 

 
  • New York City - Washington Heights block party turns violent
    An annual Washington Heights block party took a violent turn Saturday night, when residents threw bottles out of windows at cops who arrived and shut the event down. Three police officers suffered non-life-threatening injuries from the flying bottles at around 10 p.m. at the “Love Is Love” block party at Edgecombe Avenue and West 164th Street, police said. “This whole city is turning into Ferguson,” complained neighbor Jaqelle Walker. Residents described cops advancing on peaceful revelers, who raised their hands over their heads and chanted, “Hands up, don’t shoot,” a refrain from the Ferguson, Mo., protests. At least three partygoers were arrested.

   

NYPD: 3 Suspects Wanted In Midtown Gang Assault Of Off-Duty Officer
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    Prosecutors: Man in CTA stabbing permanently disfigured
Kevin LeeA commuter was permanently disfigured after another CTA passenger slashed him in the face with a hunting knife, Cook County prosecutors said Saturday. Kevin Lee, 55, allegedly took the knife out and slashed the man from the mouth to the nose on a CTA bus near 79th and State about 7:40 p.m. on Wednesday. Prosecutors said the attack was unprovoked and that the two men were strangers. A police report indicates Lee is a reputed gang member. The victim, a 36-year-old South Side man, underwent reconstructive surgery but will be permanently disfigured, prosecutors said. He also received 20 stitches.

    Heather Mack has been less than a model inmate, police said
Heather Mack and boyfriendchicken thiefHer complaints about the meals prompted police to buy American fast food for her and boyfriend Schaefer. But when they were given KFC fried chicken, the two accused police of racist stereotyping. Sheila Mack was white, and her husband — composer and arranger James Mack, who died in 2006 — was black. Bali police said the racism allegation surprised them, since few Indonesians can even afford a KFC meal. The two prisoners now receive food from McDonald's.
   

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  • Christina Regusters: Cussing Bird was Pivotal to Break in Regusters Kidnap, Rape Case
    Christina RegustersEarlier this week, the victim's mother testified the little girl was told to be quiet after the kidnapping or the bird would peck her eyes out. Silent she stayed, naked under a bed for 19-hours, repeatedly sexually assaulted with a sharp object before being removed from the home with plastic bags on her feet.

   

    Bryan Singer accused of drugging, homosexually assaulting man
“X-Men” director Bryan Singer allegedly drugged and sodomized a young Virginia man in a Manhattan hotel room last year, The Post has exclusively learned. The 21-year-old victim told cops that he met Singer and several friends in XL Nightclub on West 42 Street near 10th Avenue around 10:30 pm on March 22, sources said. He told police that he hung out and drank with the Hollywood honcho all night, sources said. At some point, the victim told cops, Singer and company drugged him by forcing an orange drink down his throat, according to the sources. Once inside the room, Singer allegedly pinned him face down to the bed, climbed on top of him and sodomized him. Singer was the subject of two civil suits alleging sexual abuse of underage boys earlier this year, but both have since been dropped.
   
  • Gossip: 'X-Men' director Bryan Singer's sex-driven parties drew a raunchy crowd, say insiders
    Singer’s sex-fueled pool parties were such a hot ticket for young gay men new to Hollywood that a 2005 episode of Showtime’s “Queer as Folk” was secretly based on the bashes. “An entire episode, number 501, about gay-sex pool parties, was based on Bryan. He was that notorious,” a source close to the production tells Confidenti@l. “It’s about him picking up young boys and promising them fame in L.A.”

    The first openly gay (black) football player drafted was cut by the Rams Saturday
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    Okla. cop charged with assaulting 8 black women; NAACP seeks hate crime charges
Daniel HoltzclawOfficer Daniel Holtzclaw, 27, was charged with 16 counts, including first-degree rape, sexual battery, forcible oral sodomy, indecent exposure and stalking. The alleged victims, all black women, ranged from ages 34 to 58. Police suspect there may be more.
   

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    Black Kansas City murderer gets lower sentences for deaths of two unarmed 'white boys'
Eria DossLarry Marshall Michael GunnJustin BudreauAndrew EliKANSAS CITY, Mo. —A Jackson County jury has recommended new, lower sentences for a man convicted of two murders in Kansas City. Twenty-three-year-old Eria Doss was earlier sentenced to four life sentences plus 200 years for the April 2009 deaths of Andrew Eli and Justin Burdreau during a robbery at Eli's apartment. The Kansas City Star reports a Missouri appeals court last year ordered that he be resentenced because the jury in his trial heard improper evidence about his juvenile records. On Wednesday, the jury recommended 30 years each on two convictions of second-degree murder, 10 years for a first-degree robbery conviction and three years on three counts of armed criminal action. He will be sentenced Sept. 26. Prosecutors will recommend the sentences run consecutively. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Homeless man robbed of his pants in Daytona Beach, police say - two blacks arrested
Devante Mims  and Andre DyteRoy HinschDAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - A 49-year-old homeless man was beaten and robbed of his pants Thursday in Daytona Beach, according to police. Devante Mims, 22 and Andre Dyte, 24 were arrested in the beating, which occurred around 2 a.m. Roy Hinsch was injured in the beating and bit off a piece of his tongue. Police said Dyte and Mims followed Hinsch from a store and later approached him, demanding money. They then began punching him, and one of them choked him, police said. The other man went through the victim's pockets before taking his pants off, police said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Convicted felon charged with murder in Brooksville mass shooting
George June Mason IIIBROOKSVILLE, FL - A career criminal with an arrest record that goes back more than two decades is facing three counts of murder and one count of attempted murder in connection with a mass shooting that occurred Friday night in Brooksville. As George June Mason III attempted to flee the crime scene just as law enforcement arrived he was struck by a pick-up truck. He was transported to Regional Medical Center at Bayonet Point in Hudson with several broken bones. According to a Brooksville Police Department report the incident occurred just before 9 pm at 820 Peach St. The body of one of the victims – 81-year-old Jannie V. Taylor – was located inside the residence. The others were discovered in the roadway not far from the home. Tarasha Yata Townsend, 37, and Ralph Ray Peyton, 29, were pronounced dead at the scene. Gabriel Frashawn Taylor, 33, was taken to Bayonet Point where he is listed in critical condition. Investigators say Mason, 42, chased Taylor down and shot him multiple times as he attempted to flee.

    Man Reportedly Rapes Girlfriend, Tries to Set Her on Fire
Roger EllisA 38-year-old man is in custody after he allegedly raped his girlfriend and tried to set her on fire. The Tulsa police report says the suspect, Roger Ellis, punched his girlfriend, beat her with a large "whacking stick" and threw her to the ground. Then the suspect reportedly poured alcohol on the victim and attempted to set her on fire with Coleman fuel and a lighter. The victim told police she didn't try to stop the suspect from having sex with her because she was afraid he would continue to beat her. Ellis is being held on over $100,000 bond.

    Biloxi man arrested in sexual assault, stabbing of woman
George Lee Parks IIIBILOXI -- George Lee Parks III, 43, has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman and holding her captive in his home for more than 12 hours. Biloxi Regional Medical Center called Biloxi police at 7 p.m. Wednesday when a woman in her 20s reported she was sexually and physically assaulted. Police said the woman was stabbed several times.

    Black Serial 'Upskirter' Arrested For Allegedly Filming Up A Woman’s Skirt In Local Supermarket
Brian BaileyRADNOR, Pa. – Radnor Police use facial recognition software to arrest a Philadelphia man accused of taking pictures up a woman’s skirt inside a Delaware County supermarket last week and they say it’s not the first time he’s done this. The victim told police she was shopping at the Giant Food Store in St. David’s when it appeared she was being followed. She turned to find a man using an iPhone to film up her skirt. The suspect is 52-year-old Brian Bailey, who according to Block, was on probation in Montgomery County. He was sentenced last year for shooting up women’s skirts outside a bank in Ambler.

    Cee Lo Pleads No Contest To Slipping Woman Ecstasy
Thomas CallowayLOS ANGELES — Singer Cee Lo Green Friday morning pleaded no contest to slipping a woman ecstasy during a dinner date a downtown restaurant. The 39-year-old singer — whose legal name is Thomas Calloway – orginally pleaded not guilty in October to one felony count of furnishing a controlled substance, MDMA/ecstasy.

    Ray J pleads no contest to sexual battery charges
Ray JRay J plead no contest to misdemeanor sexual, vandalism and police battery charges Thursday. The 33-year-old’s sentencing stems from a booze-fueled incident on May 30 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills where he allegedly groped a woman and caused a scene with officers, including kicking out a window of a cop car.
   

    Rapper Arrested Hours Before LA's "Made in America" Concert
Emmias AshghedomA rapper scheduled to perform at this weekend’s Made in America music festival in downtown Los Angeles was arrested Friday night after police raided a clothing store in Hyde Park. Emmias Ashghedom, known by his stage name Nipsey Hussle, was arrested at Slauson Avenue Clothing on the 3400 block of West Slauson Avenue around 11:30 p.m.

    Family of slain woman rejects killer’s apology at sentencing
Eustachio Roberts“I’m really sorry this happened. I was drunk,” said Eustachio Roberts, 58. “No!” the family of Maritza Jolliffe, 53, replied in unison. “I pray that this next stage of your life be long, arduous and torturous,” the dead woman’s sister, Gloria Flowers, said in an victim-impact statement in Brooklyn Supreme Court. “May each day pass as slow as a year.”

    NYPD in Brooklyn looking for black attempted-rape suspect
black rapistBROOKLYN, N.Y. -- Police are looking for a suspect in an attempted rape in Brooklyn Friday. Around 12:30 a.m., a 20-year-old woman was walking on Saint Mark's Avenue near Underhill Avenue, when the suspect grabbed her around the waist from behind and covered her mouth with his hand. The victim fought him off as he threw her to the ground and tried to take her clothes off, then the suspect fled. He is described as black, about 19 years old, 5 feet 6 inches tall and about 160 pounds with black hair.

 

 

   

 

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  • Jews 'forced' to leave Guatemala village
    Some 230 members of an Orthodox Jewish group have begun leaving a village in western Guatemala after a bitter row with the local indigenous community. The Lev Tahor members were asked to leave San Juan La Laguna after meetings with elders of the Mayan community. The elders accused the Jews of shunning the villagers and imposing their religion and customs.
  • Members of a Jewish Sect Lev Tahor Flee Canada for Guatemala - 3/31/14
    Lev Tahor, is anti-Zionist (its members believe that the Torah instructs Jews to remain in exile until the coming of the Messiah)

    Couple Fined For Refusing To Host Gay Wedding Shuts Down Venue
Melisa Erwin and Jenny McCarthyA Christian couple fined $13,000 for refusing to host a lesbian wedding on their New York farm has decided to close the venue rather than violate their religious beliefs. New Jersey couple Jennifer McCarthy and Melisa Erwin took the Giffords to court when they refused to host their 2012 wedding at Liberty Ridge Farm, where the Giffords host about a dozen weddings a year.
   
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    Black NY man sentenced for killing 82-year-old (White) former nun in '12
Michael BriggsMary Stella Greco SCHENECTADY, N.Y. - -- A man has been sentenced to 30 years to life in prison for killing an 82-year-old former nun during a burglary at her upstate New York apartment. Local media report that 38-year-old Michael Briggs was sentenced Friday in Schenectady County Court, where he pleaded guilty in March to second-degree murder and attempted burglary. Prosecutors say Briggs strangled and stabbed Mary Greco in her apartment in late December 2012. Her body was found on New Year's Day, 2013. Officials say Briggs had shoveled snow for her around the time she was killed. They say at the time of the killing, Briggs had fled from parole in a Long Island assault case. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Woman sought after man's death ruled homicide in Dodge County
black female POIMichael J. SoellerThe Dodge County Sheriff's Office is now investigating the death Sunday of a man in the Town of Fox Lake as a homicide, and have identified one person of interest. Michael K. Soeller, 43, was found dead in his home at N9938 State Highway 73, near state Highway 33, around noon on Sunday. He was found by his landlord, who had not seen him in several days, according to a release from the sheriff's office. An autopsy on Monday determined that Soeller died of blood loss from injuries caused by an assailant, and the Dodge County medical examiner ruled it a homicide. Investigators do not believe it was a random act of violence, according to the release. Investigators have identified one person of interest, a woman, whose name has not been released, who is believed to be one of the last people to see Soeller before his death. Police released a sketch of the woman on Tuesday, as well as security footage of the woman standing in a Walmart.
   

    Ocoee police arrest (cowardly criminal black) teen who allegedly attacked, robbed (White) 74-year-old at Publix
Charlotte Dunaway attacked by feral blackferal black attackersCharlotte DunawayCharlotte DunawayOCOEE, Fla. - Ocoee police on Thursday arrested and charged a teen with attacking and robbing a 74-year-old woman at Publix. Gary Cox, 14, has been arrested and charged with the robbery of Charlotte Dunaway on Aug. 15. Police said Dunaway was leaving the Publix on Silver Star Road when Cox grabbed her purse and knocked her to the ground. Dunaway said she suffered a broken collar bone, bruises all over her body and intense pain. "He could have killed my mother. He could have murder on his hands," said Kristi Tilton, the victim's daughter. "Our biggest concern is just that he's going to get a slap on the (wrist) by the court system and he's going to be released to go out and do this to somebody else." Police said they have identified two other juveniles involved, but haven't released their names. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police make second arrest in possibly-racial West Point beating
Marquavious McMillianCourtez McMillian Ralph Weems Police have made a second arrest in the possibly racially-motivated Saturday morning beating of a man in West Point. West Point Police Chief Tim Brinkley said in a release Thursday that Marquavious McMillian, 20, of Aberdeen, is charged with aggravated assault an incident that left 32-year-old Ralph Weems of West Point in the hospital. Courtez McMillian, 22, was arrested earlier this week on the same charges. Both men are held on $250,000 bond. Brinkley's release said police will not say if the two are related. Weems, a former Marine and Iraq war veteran, was beaten severely in the parking lot of a West Point Huddle House. His friend David Knighten said they had gone to a Waffle House where they were told there were people inside who were angry about the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown of Ferguson, Missouri, and the restaurant wasn't "safe for whites." - (Black-on-white)
   

    Retrial Ordered in '82 Murder Case
Tyrone MooreTyrone MooreA federal judge has ordered prosecutors in northeastern Pennsylvania to either retry a man in a three-decade-old murder case or release him. Sixty-year-old Tyrone Moore of Philadelphia was convicted of first-degree murder in the death of 31-year-old Nicholas Romanchick during an October 1982 robbery at a Luzerne County animal hospital. He was sentenced to death plus 20 to 40 years for robbery and conspiracy, but a judge later vacated the death sentence, calling defense attorneys ineffective. Moore was resentenced to life without parole. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Judge overturns conviction in 1982 murder
  • No decision yet to retry man for 1982 deadly shooting
    Romanchick and his wife, Karen Ann, took their cat to the animal hospital where it was being treated by Dr. Joseph Lopotofsky. Two men entered the clinic saying they struck a dog. Lopotofsky told them to bring the dog inside when the two men pulled guns. As one of the men began tying up Lopotofsky and Karen Ann Romanchick, the other armed man shot Romanchick in the back and fled the clinic with a purse. Romanchick died 13 days after sustaining the gunshot wound.

    Cleveland black man arrested for rape in Bedford
Montana Hudson BEDFORD, OH - Bedford Police have taken a Cleveland man into custody for an incident involving kidnapping, rape and robbery. The female victim contacted law enforcement after she says she was attacked in the overnight hours of Sunday, August 24, at around 3:45 a.m. She told police she had just been raped by a male at gunpoint while she was walking northbound on Warrensville Center Rd., just past the Bedford Police Department. According to the victim, the suspect ran up behind her and put a gun to her head, forcing her into a grassy area off the side of the road. There, she said he raped and robbed her of $300. On Monday, August 25, the victim positively identified 23-year-old Montana Hudson as her assailant during a review of mug shots with Bedford Police.

   

Police: Hispanic Suspect Who Posed As Livery Cab Driver Before Attacking Family In Queens Arrested
Pedro VargasNEW YORK – Police have arrested a suspect who they said tried to sexually assault a woman and then attacked her three children after posing as a livery cab driver. Police said 48-year-old Pedro Vargas of Yonkers has been charged with two counts of felony assault and three counts of endangering the welfare of a child. He is due in court later Friday. Vargas has a rap sheet of more than a dozen arrests dating back to 1984, Burrell reported. He was sentenced in 1994 to 15 years to life on kidnapping and robbery charges. He was denied parole twice, but was released in 2012 after serving 18 years.

   

    Woosley murder suspect arrested in Ohio
Kore BuchananCaleb WoosleyA teen wanted for murder in the beating death of 17-year-old Caleb Woosley was found and arrested Wednesday evening in Hamilton, Ohio. Richmond police had been searching for Kore Buchanan, 17, after obtaining an arrest warrant charging him with murder. Earlier Wednesday, Richmond police announced they had arrested two other men authorities say were involved in the brutal beating death of Woosley earlier this year. Deandre Plant, 20, who already was in police custody awaiting trial in another case, was charged with murder Wednesday in Woosley's death. David A. Maish, 18, who also already was in jail, has been charged with one count of assisting a criminal (a Class C felony). Michael D. Pruitt, 17, was arrested July 8 on a charge of murder after police were provided a secretly recorded cellphone video in which Pruitt details his involvement in Woosley's killing on May 18 in an alley.
   

    Two (blacks) charged with raping teen in their Teaneck home - a third black is being sought
Kelisen Brewley, left; Kareem A. Gibbs Keith BrewleyTwo Teaneck men were arrested Tuesday and charged with raping a 15-year-old girl who had been lured to their Maple Avenue home under pretenses of “socializing.” Kelisen Brewley, 25, and Kareem A. Gibbs, 22, were transported to the Bergen County Jail and held after being unable to post bail. The two men held her down and “engaged her in sexual acts against her will.” A third man, Keith Brewley, 27, of Garfield, lured the girl to his family’s home, is being sought on a charge of endangering the welfare of a child.

    Cowardly black teen gets 20 years in prison for brutal attack on elderly couple
Jermaine EggletonRonald Ellis JrCLEVELAND, Ohio -- A judge sentenced a Cleveland teenager to 20 years in prison Tuesday for his role in a brutal home invasion in which he and his cousin pistol-whipped an elderly couple and forced the woman into the trunk of her car and drove her around the city while trying to steal from her credit cards. "The whole situation is absolutely reprehensible,'' said Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Maureen Clancy before she ordered Jermaine Eggleton, 18, to prison. "What if someone did that to your grandmother or mother?'' the judge said, as Eggleton stared back at her. Eggleton pleaded guilty last month to aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, kidnapping, felonious assault, grand theft, theft and misuse of credit cards. Cuyahoga County prosecutors and defense attorney Fernando Mack had agreed to a recommended sentence of 13 to 20 years. Judge Michael Donnelly sentenced Eggleton's cousin, Ronald Ellis, 22, to 25 years in prison. Ellis had pleaded guilty in December to similar charges in the attack, as well as attempted murder. During the attack, Ellis and an accomplice whipped Richard and Margaret Kovachik, who are both in their 80s, with a 9mm Ruger and bound them with duct tape. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Warrants in case of kidnap, rape and murder of White female Newton teacher by black to be unsealed
Sharman OdomMaggie DanielsNEWTON, N.C. - Investigators said Sharman Odom kidnapped and sexually assaulted Maggie Daniels, the popular counselor from Discovery High School before strangling her on June 27. Her body was discovered inside her home at the Windsor Apartments in Newton. Odom lived just a few doors away. A grand jury indicted Odom on first-degree murder, first-degree sexual offense and first-degree kidnapping in connection to the case on Aug. 18. He is expected to appear in court Oct. 6. Odom is connected to three other assault cases. In one case, he was arrested for allegedly choking a woman in a Charlotte motel room in 2012. - (Black-on-white)
   

    One black arrested, 4 others sought in deadly Duluth home invasion
Pierre Cedric ScottDevon JenkinsPierre ScottJames StokesJonathan PichardoBrian BrewnerJamie SmithAdam SchrierWarrants have been issued for five people in connection to a deadly home invasion that took place on August 6, along Summecrest Lane in Duluth. Police believe that six people were involved in the home invasion that killed 37-year-old Adam Schrier, Jamie Smith, 31, and injured a woman and an 8-year-old. Pierre Cedric Scott was arrested on Tuesday. According to reports, charges for the sixth person will be sought through an indictment. Police have warrants for Devon Jenkins, Pierre Scott, James Stokes, Jonathan Pichardo and Brian Brewner. Most of the warrants are for felony murder and robbery. Jenkins has warrants for malice murder, felony murder, aggravated assault and armed robbery. Police say they are confident they will find the suspects. - (Black-on-white)
   

    One arrest in possibly racial West Point beating, others expected
Ralph Weems Courtez McMillian An arrest has been made in the beating of a West Point man, Police Chief Tim Brinkley said. Ralph Weems, 32, was critically injured after an assault in a restaurant parking lot Saturday morning, police said. Monday evening, they arrested 22-year-old Courtez McMillian of Okolona. He is being held in the Clay County Detention Center and will be charged with aggravated assault. Brinkley said other arrests are also pending, and that most, if not all of the assailants appear to come from Monroe County. The Associated Press reports that Weems went to a Waffle House early Saturday. His friend David Knighten, an Air Force veteran of the Afghanistan war who was with him, told reporters that a man told him politely outside the restaurant that it wasn't a safe place for whites, because people were upset by the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) 'Cops' crew member & (black) robbery suspect killed in Omaha police shooting - (both killed by police)
Cortez WashingtonBryce DionOMAHA, Neb. - Omaha police say officers who opened fire while disrupting a robbery killed a crew member with the "Cops" television show and the suspect, who was carrying a pellet gun. Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said Wednesday that witnesses and officers thought the robbery suspect's Airsoft handgun was real, but that it fires only plastic pellets. Schmaderer said he believes the three officers involved acted properly during the attempted robbery Tuesday at a fast-food restaurant in midtown Omaha. Schmaderer says 38-year-old Bryce Dion who worked for Langley Productions and the suspect, 32-year-old Cortez Washington, were killed.
   

    Black officer strangles puppy, pleads guilty to animal cruelty
puppy similar to victim 'Rocko'ROCKVILLE, Md. — A police officer accused of killing his girlfriend's puppy pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of aggravated animal cruelty. Alec E. Taylor, 28, of Hyattsville, Md., a five-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department, pleaded guilty to the felony charge after a February incident in nearby Silver Spring, Md., according to the Office of the State's Attorney for Montgomery County. A woman reported that her live-in boyfriend, Taylor, had beaten and killed her 7-month-old Jack Russell terrier named Rocko.


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