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  ARCHIVE for 7 June 2015

    (Black) Family beat 14-year-old girl impregnated by a relative into delivering stillborn baby before disposing of the remains on a charcoal grill
Sharon Jones, Lonnell McDonald, Cedric Jones, Cecilia McDonaldA 14-year-old sexual assault victim impregnated by a family member was beaten by other family members to deliver a still-born baby who then took the remains and burned them on a charcoal grill, prosecutors claim. The un-named victim was repeatedly assaulted between January and March 2013 when she eventually gave birth to a still born baby at the house in Pleasant Grove in Dallas, Texas. Dallas police arrested four suspects in connection with the crime, who according to court documents, are being held on a bond of $150,000 each. Prosecutors allege that Cedric Jones, 27, Sharon Jones, 45, Cecilia McDonald, 25 and Lonnell McDonald, 27, were all involved in charges of 'engaging in organised criminal activity' following the alleged assault. They are also accused of trying to cover up the incident by burning the dead infant's body on a charcoal grill before disposing of it in an unknown location. The young girl told Dallas police that she was sexually assaulted by a member of her family in August 2102, but did not report the abuse because she was 'embarrassed'. The suspects discovered the girl was pregnant in January 2013 and began attempts of forcing the victim to abort her baby. 
   

    Police arrest suspect in South Carolina muzzled dog case
William Leonard DodsonCaitlyn the dogCHARLESTON, SC – North Charleston Police have made an arrest in the animal cruelty case that has been spread worldwide. William Leonard Dodson, 41, is being charged with ill treatment of animals and torture. He was found in the area of Quitman Street and Calvert Street. He is expected to be in bond court on Tuesday. Caitlyn the dog was found in critical condition last week on a Good Samaritan’s doorstep with electrical tape tightly wound around her muzzle. The tape was so tight around Caitlyn’s muzzle that her tongue was caught between her teeth, stopping blood flow to her tongue. Officials think that the tape was on Caitlyn for up to 36-48 hours.
   

    Woman allegedly placed puppy in hot oven, killing it
Kinny RedmonURBANA, Ill. - A central Illinois woman faces charges of animal torture and aggravated cruelty to animals for allegedly placing her former boyfriend's pit bull puppy in a hot oven, killing it. A judge ordered 24-year-old Kinny Redmon of Champaign held on $250,000 bond Thursday. Urbana police investigator Dave Smysor said Redmon and the former boyfriend fought on Wednesday, and the man got a call from her Thursday morning at work telling him to "go get yo' puppy out the oven." Smysor says the man returned home and found the 3-month-old puppy dead inside the 300-degree oven. Police said an overwhelming stench came from the house.

    2 charged in connection with abuse of 9-week-old pit bull
ArtemusKamal FloydPITTSBURGH — Two people were arrested Tuesday in connection with the severe abuse of a 9-week-old pit bull, police said. Prosecutors said the puppy named Artemus was hit so hard that its tail was broken. One of the suspects, Kamal Floyd, said that the entire situation is a big misunderstanding. "We pretty much we will resolve it. We'll resolve it when we get down there. We really we didn't know nothing about (the abuse)," he said. However, according to a confidential informant, Floyd was seen outside his Renwick Street home beating Artemus with a belt. Pittsburgh police told Jennings that when they seized the pit bull last week, the puppy was terrified, her ribs were sticking out and she was missing a chunk of skin on her face. According to the criminal complaint, Floyd told officers, “Yeah, I beat the dog with a belt. I paid $120 for it, and I'm going to beat it anytime I want.” In addition to Floyd, Luffey arrested Mary Ann Austin, who also lived in the house where the abuse allegedly took place.
   
   

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Black arrested for homo rape of 17-year-old boy near Vollintine Elementary
Marvin BruceMEMPHIS, TN - Memphis Police have arrested a man they say raped a 17-year-old boy behind Vollintine Elementary School. Police say Marvin Bruce approached the victim on Evergreen Road and asked him if he wanted to buy a cell phone. After the victim declined, Bruce robbed him with a knife, police say. A report says he then took him behind the school and homo raped him. The victim immediately called 911 and police caught Bruce walking near the school.

   

    Sex offender charged with exposing himself at park in Clay
Shimarr DavisCLAY, N.Y. -- A registered sex offender was arrested Friday after deputies say he exposed his genitals while in a park, forcing others to leave. Shimarr Davis, 25, of 5360 Fortuna Parkway, Clay, exposed himself in the park on May 27. The park, located only a few blocks away from Davis' home. At the time, a witness told deputies that he saw Davis exposing himself and walking around the park. The sheriff's office's Abused Persons Unit then took over the investigation. Davis was charged with public lewdness. In February 2013, Davis was convicted of sexual misconduct after he had sex with a 15-year-old girl.

    Gainesville rape suspect arrested
Thomas J. SmithGAINESVILLE, Fla. - The Gainesville Police Department arrested a burglary and rape suspect Friday evening. Police say they were called to a house where a naked woman was found by a neighbor. Police say the woman lives in an abandoned house where she rents out rooms. The 27-year-old man arrested, Thomas J. Smith, was not a resident and was not a guest. Authorities say he barged into the home and demanded money from the woman. Police say he slapped her, raped her and left. Investigators say the woman knows Smith and was identified by other witnesses at the home as well.

    Person of interest in rape of Detroit teen in custody
black rapistThe Detroit Police Department announced Friday that a person of interest was in custody for the rape of one teen and may have attempted to abduct another teen this week in Detroit. Police announced the arrest of the 22-year-old and are calling him a person of interest at this time. Detroit Police released a sketch and say community members helped lead to his arrest. He was arrested in a home on the city's northwest side Friday morning. The area isn't far from where a 15-year-old girl said she was waiting for her walking partner Wednesday morning - who had been killed in an accident the day before - and she cut through O'Hair Park to go to school. She said a masked man with a black handgun grabbed her and raped her. The girl recognized him from the week before when he was hanging out near the school and was able to give them a description.

    Assisted living residents sexually assaulted
Matthew MixCARBONDALE, Ill. -- A man was arrested May 31 for sexually assaulting two residents of a Carbondale assisted living facility. Carbondale resident Matthew Mix, 18, was arrested for two counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse and two counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault. He has been incarcerated at the Jackson County Jail. The incidents took place at the assisted living center in the 600 block of East Campus Drive. Mix was a staff member at the facility.

    Police Release Sketch Of Black Suspect In 2 Attempted Rapes In The Bronx
black rapistNEW YORK — Police are looking for a man in connection with two attempted rapes in the Bronx last month. In both incidents, police said the suspect followed the female victims as they walked down the street, grabbed them and pushed them up against a wall before trying to take off their clothes. The first incident occurred around 12:20 a.m. on May 6 near Marmion Avenue and East 179th Street. The second incident occurred at 9:45 p.m. Thursday near East Tremont Avenue and Prospect Avenue. Police have released a sketch of the suspect, who is described as a black man in his 20s with a thin build. He was last seen wearing a blue T-shirt with a blue baseball cap turned backwards on his head.

    Police: 18-year-old Hatfield man raped unconscious woman at Towamencin party
Kevin Michael PondexterTOWAMENCIN >> An 18-year-old Hatfield Township man has been arrested and charged with raping a woman who was passed out at a party in Towamencin in March. Handcuffed and fidgeting in his chair at Towamencin police headquarters Kevin Michael Pondexter, who resides on Brookside Drive, was arraigned on one count each of first-degree felony rape of an unconscious victim, first-degree involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with an unconscious person, second-degree felony sexual assault, first-degree misdemeanor indecent assault of an unconscious person and second-degree misdemeanor indecent assault without consent. Towamencin police were notified by medical personnel from an area hospital that a woman who had reported being raped was in their emergency room.

    South Bay girls' basketball coach arrested for rape
Timothy Lee LucasHERMOSA BEACH, Calif. -- A girls' basketball coach was arrested for allegedly raping a juvenile at a residence in Hermosa Beach. Timothy Lee Lucas, 31, was taken into custody at Manhattan Beach Middle School and booked at Hermosa Beach Police Department Jail. The alleged rape happened about 18 months ago. Due to the victim's age, police said details about the incident are being withheld. Lucas, a Cypress resident, has worked at several area schools including Mira Costa High School, Torrance West High School, Manhattan Beach Middle School and Bishop Montgomery High School.

    Campbell rape suspect arrested in Baltimore
Elijah LashleyCAMPBELL, Ohio – – Federal Marshals arrested Elijah Lashley, 33, Thursday morning , according to Campbell Police, after he was charged with kidnapping, felonious assault and rape. Police in Baltimore will take Lashley to jail before going through a special hearing to send him back to Campbell. A woman told Campbell police that Lashley started to attack her during an argument they had about Lashley’s drug-use around 11 p.m. Tuesday. That woman also said Lashley started choking her with an electrical wire until she passed out and raped her multiple times throughout the night and threatened to kill her and burn the house down. Three children were in the home at the time of the assaults.

    Black Suspect Charged In 6 Train Transgender Hate-crime Subway Shove Incident
Rolan ReidNEW YORK — A man accused of pushing a transgender woman onto the No. 6 train subway tracks has been charged. Rolan Reid was taken in a straight jacket on a stretcher to Bellevue Hospital Center Friday. He was placed in the straight jacket after becoming hostile with officers during questioning. Reid was found by police on the No. 6 line at Canal Street shortly before midnight Friday. He was wearing the same clothes he was seen wearing on surveillance video at the time of the incident and when questioned by police, threatened “I’m going to push you guys on the tracks.” Reid has been arrested 28 times in the past. He now faces charges of attempted murder as a hate crime, and second- and third-degree assault as a hate crime.

    Career criminal nabbed by cops in string of robberies
Cecil RichardsonPolice chased down an ex-con after they saw him allegedly attempt to rob a man in Midtown on Friday — and charged him with six robberies in broad daylight over the last two months — including two in Central Park. Cecil Richardson, 55, was seen by plainclothes cops demanding money from a man on Fifth Avenue near 52nd Street, cops said. He ran two blocks and then hopped in a cab, but was busted when it got stuck in traffic.

    Black man, white woman Steal From Pennsylvania Car Wash: Police
black car wash thiefwhite female carwash thiefPolice are searching for a man and woman who they say were caught on surveillance video stealing from a Pennsylvania car wash. He then drills through the lock attached to the pay station and removes all the cash inside. Police also say an unidentified woman was driving the car.  The two suspects returned to Liberty Carwash and broke into a second pay station, once again removing all the cash inside.
   

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  • 3 Face Charges in Deadly Attack on Hispanic NJ Man
    Moises Rivera, 57, was walking in West New York shortly after midnight on June 4 when he was approached by three men who attacked him and knocked him to the ground. Investigators believe that the motivation for the attack was robbery. Franklin J. Turcios, 20, Jerrisson Reynoso, 25, and (Native American) Munir Kader, 21, were charged with felony murder and robbery Saturday.

 

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    Sheriff: 'A significant step' made as 4 people named in Allison Griffor murder case
Grant, Moses, Glover, and JohnsonAllison GrifforNORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Charleston County Sheriff Al Cannon says four men may face murder charges four years after 5-year-old Allison Griffor was shot and killed during a home invasion in West Ashley. He identified them by hanging their photos on the wall: Phillip Moses, Franklin Glover, Shyrome Johnson and Levell Leonard Grant. Johnson was arrested on Thursday. His bail was set at $200,000 on Friday afternoon. At a press conference Friday afternoon, Cannon said Shyrome Johnson was interviewed as early as Nov. 9, 2011 by investigators looking for answers into Griffor's shooting death. Cannon said Johnson lied to investigators about knowing who was involved in the failed home invasion on Pierpont Avenue, adding that Johnson and the three other men identified Friday as suspects were stopped by City of Charleston police near the scene of the shooting a short time after it happened. "This is a step in an ongoing investigation in the murder of this little girl," Cannon said. "It's a significant step." The case against Johnson and the identities of the other three men came in July 2014, Cannon said, when Johnson was stopped by North Charleston police on unrelated charges and arrested. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Detectives: (Black) N. Charleston man hindered investigation of 2011 shooting of 5-year-old White girl
    Charleston County sheriff’s deputies say their search for justice in the 2011 West Ashley shooting of 5-year-old Allison Griffor was “severely damaged” because of the lies a 25-year-old North Charleston man told years ago. Shyrome Jaquane Johnson was arrested and charged with one count of obstruction of justice. He is currently uncooperative with law enforcement. The front door of the Griffors’ home on Pierpont Avenue was kicked in at about 1 a.m. on Oct. 25, 2011. As Allison’s father, William, walked toward the door, the intruder fired a shotgun into the house. Several pellets went through the door and a wall into the room where Allison slept. She was hit in the head in the room she shared with her two brothers. She died two days later at Medical University Hospital. Allison’s father, William Griffor, suffered minor injuries in the shooting. He and his wife, Jennifer, took their two surviving children back to their home state of Michigan shortly after the attack. The family was still grieving and still lived in fear after what happened. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Interracial couple) charged: Two accused in connection with death of (White) three-year-old Aiden Archer
Maurice SnyderMegan ScottAiden Archer's fatherAiden ArcherMILWAUKEE — Two people from Milwaukee are now charged in connection with the death of three-year-old Aiden Archer. The accused are 27-year-old Maurice Snyder and 24-year-old Megan Scott. Snyder faces multiple charges including one count of physical abuse of a child (intentional causation of great bodily harm), one count of child neglect (great bodily harm), 11 counts of physical abuse of a child (intentional causation of bodily harm) and one count of obstructing an officer. Scott faces one count of failure to act to prevent bodily harm to a child. According to the criminal complaint, police were called to a residence shared by Scott and Snyder near 54th and Euclid late on Monday, June 1st. They were investigating a case of an injured child. When they arrived, they found three-year-old Aiden Archer “unresponsive and not breathing.” Archer was attended to by emergency personnel and “conveyed to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin” where he later died. The complaint indicates a team of medical professionals at Children’s Hospital admitted and treated Archer who was diagnosed with injuries including head trauma, a skull fracture, multiple bruises, at least eleven distinct human bite injuries and a cut to the back of the head. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Black Man Found Guilty Of Strangling His White Female Boss at a Burger King in 2006
James EalyMary HutchisonWAUKEGAN, Ill. — A Lake County jury has convicted James Ealy of strangling his former boss during a 2006 robbery at the north suburban Burger King restaurant where he once worked. Jurors deliberated for a little more than three hours before finding Ealy guilty on one count of first-degree murder in the death of 45-year-old Mary Hutchison. Ealy faces a minimum prison sentence of 20 years and up to life behind bars. It’s the second time the 48-year-old has been convicted of murder, though jurors who decided this case weren’t told about his earlier convictions for a 1982 Chicago quadruple-killing. In that earlier case, Ealy was found guilty of strangling four people in the Rockwell Gardens housing complex, including his teenage girlfriend, her 3-year-old son and her pregnant mother. Those convictions were overturned on appeal in 1986 in a ruling that barred so much evidence from the case that prosecutors were unable to retry him for the slayings. But 20 years later, Ealy was charged with strangling Hutchison with the bow tie of her uniform on Nov. 27, 2006, while robbing the Lindenhurst restaurant she managed. The early morning robbery allegedly netted him $1,701, prosecutors have said. - (Black-on-white)

    Black suspect arrested for murder of White man
Byron Christopher KinseyRobert CrummThe suspect in a murder at the Cedar Key Apartments in March has been arrested by North Charleston Police. Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Tony Phinney said his office has placed a hold on Byron Christopher Kinsey, 29, last known address of 1907 English Street, North Charleston. Kinsey was arrested by North Charleston Police for disorderly conduct and simple possession of marijuana and booked at the Al Cannon Detention Center early Thursday morning. Dorchester County issued a murder warrant for Kinsey in March for the March 10 shooting death of Robert Crumm, 34, of 100 Reading Court in Ladson. Crumm was shot in the leg and the chest at the apartment complex on Pidgeon Bay Road and died within minutes from the chest wound. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Double homicide in Little Five Points may be linked to robbery
3 Negroes of interestChay KelseyJoe HruskaATLANTA - Atlanta Police are looking for a person who returned a wallet they found to the Highland Pub back on March 14th. Investigators say it could be the key to solving a double murder that happened that same night outside in Little Five Points. Police say the wallet belonged to a robbery victim and that the robbery may be connected to the murders. Joe Hruska and Chay Kelsey were shot and killed outside The Vortex on Moreland Avenue. - (Black-on-white)
   

    White South Philadelphia neighborhood rallies to stop attacks by four black racist female terrorists
White protestblack female terroristblack female terroristblack female terroristblack female terroristSOUTH PHILADELPHIA -- A South Philadelphia community has had enough of its neighbors being attacked. The outrage spurred a large rally Tuesday night despite the rain. 150 to 200 people gathered at 4th and Wolf to protest a rash of what they claim are racial attacks at the hands of four black women who live nearby. "These females have been terrorizing the neighborhood; they have robbed, attacked and beat others in our neighborhood," event organizer Jack Owens said. A man who did not want to be identified says he and his 10-year-old son were among the victims. "I was attacked while sitting on my door step, basically for no reason at all," the man said. Another woman who also did not want to be identified says the women attacked her inside her home calling her racial epithets when she tried to intervene. "Next thing I know, I hear, 'white [expletive] we're gonna [expletive] you up!'" the woman said. "Next thing I know they're inside spitting at me, pounding at my face, beating me." The victims further claim responding officers from the 3rd district did not even take a report or make any arrests. - (Black-on-white) - (Hatecrimes)

    (Racist black) man Accused of pushing (White) female jogger into traffic; told police he 'hates white people'
Rodney Arnold(Cincinnati, OH)--A man who told police he "hates white people" is accused of pushing a female jogger into traffic and pulling a knife on her. Police said that Rodney Arnold, 34, shoved the jogger into Montgomery Rd. at Langdon Farm Rd. May 11. They said he pulled out a knife and showed it to her, causing her to believe her would seriously hurt her. The victim was able to get away and get help. Arnold was later arrested, and the alleged victim was able to positively identify him in a lineup. Arnold is charged with assault, aggravated menacing, and ethnic intimidation. He is held in the Hamilton County Justice Center. His bond is set at $90,000. - (Black-on-white) - (Hatecrimes)

    (Black female) Cop in ‘diamond ring buy’ allegedly pocketed $200 in arrest
Ymmacula PierreShe signed up to serve and protect — not steal — but the NYPD officer accused of using a dead man’s credit-card number to buy herself a diamond ring is also being sued for allegedly joining fellow officers in pocketing $200 from a Queens man they arrested. Officer Ymmacula Pierre, 30, is named along with seven other NYPD cops who arrested Stefon Luckey, who is black, in a St. Albans bodega on May 13, 2013. Cops followed Luckey into the bodega and handcuffed him for no reason while punching and pepper-spraying him as they called him racial slurs, his 2014 lawsuit alleges. “The defendant police officers then confiscated plaintiff’s identification, keys and wallet containing approximately $200 in cash,” states the Brooklyn federal court suit. “Upon being discharged from the hospital’s care, plaintiff returned to the 113th Precinct and attempted to obtain his identification, keys and wallet containing approximately $200 in cash. The defendants returned only plaintiff’s keys.”
   

    Man Arrested For Assaulting, Robbing Ex-Girlfriend
Willie Vern BryantWACO A Waco man was held Thursday in the McLennan County Jail after he was arrested for assaulting and robbing his ex-girlfriend. Willie Vern Bryant, 32, was ordered held on a $10,000 bond charged with robbery, online jail records showed. Bryant was arrested on a warrant after police identified him as a suspect in the robbery of a woman outside a South Waco apartment back on May 28. Officers who responded to the scene at about 11 p.m. on that day said a woman reported she had been beaten in the face and head by a man who was her ex-boyfriend, and then the man stole her purse.

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 


    Black Man Convicted In 1989 Rape and Stabbing Death Of (White) Phoenix Woman
Cudellious LoveLaura Hunding PHOENIX — A man accused of fatally stabbing a Phoenix woman nearly 26 years ago has been convicted of first-degree murder. Maricopa County prosecutors say 59-year-old Cudellious Love was found guilty Monday. He's scheduled to be sentenced July 6. Love was arrested last June on suspicion of first-degree murder, sexual assault and burglary in the death of 27-year-old Laura Hunding. She was discovered dead inside her unlocked apartment on July 17, 1989. Phoenix police said Hunding was stabbed in the chest and abdomen and sexually assaulted. They said a kitchen drawer was found opened and a knife was missing from its sheath. DNA was collected from the scene of the crime, but police say it wasn't matched to Love until last year. Detectives tracked him down and interviewed him in May 2014. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Phoenix police make arrest in '89 cold-case murder - Jun 18, 2014
  • Black Phoenix man arrested in 1989 sexual assault, murder of White woman - June 16, 2014
    A report from the Phoenix Police Department's crime lab indicated a DNA match between a sample taken from the scene and a DNA profile in a state database that belonged to Cudellious Love, a 58-year-old man with a drug conviction that landed him in prison for more than three years in the early aughts. Police say Love's DNA was found on the body of Laura Hunding, who was stabbed to death in her apartment in July 1989. When located and questioned by police on May 12, Love denied any knowledge of Hunding or her homicide nearly 25 years ago. "He claimed he had never 'messed with' White women, has never been to the victim's apartment complex and was not at all familiar with the east side of Phoenix." On Friday, police located and arrested Love after the agency's crime lab determined there was no mistaking Love's DNA to the DNA at the scene because "the approximate incidence of this profile is 1 in 110 quadrillion African Americans," records show.
  • PD: Phoenix cold case murder solved with man's arrest
    A Phoenix man was arrested on Friday after DNA connected him to a stabbing in 1989 that left a partially nude woman dead.
  • Police have no leads in '89 slaying - May. 6, 2005
    There was no sign of forced entry or a struggle. Hunding was stabbed in the chest and stomach with a kitchen knife. She was nude from the waist down and had been sexually assaulted, police said.
  • Laura A. Hunding obituary - July 19, 1989

    (Crazy black) Man who stabbed girl at East Liberty Target found guilty, but mentally ill
Leon Raymond WallsAllison MeadowsPITTSBURGH —A homeless man accused of stabbing a 16-year-old and holding her as a human shield while other customers tried to save her at the Target store in East Liberty was found guilty of several charges Thursday. Leon Walls was found guilty but mentally ill on attempted criminal homicide, aggravated assault and recklessly endangering another person in his attack against Allison Meadows. But, he was found not guilty by reason of insanity, for the first stabbing outside the Target of a man named Jobe Wright. "Disappointing in some of the charges that didn't stick involving the people who helped rescue Allison," said her father, Glen. Michael Turner is one of the men who assisted Meadows while trying to subdue Walls during the attack. He expressed the same frustration, "I wasn't happy with it because all charges were dropped against  the guys who put their lives on the line and they dropped all charges against him." The 44-year-old Walls will be sentenced at a later date. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Knife-wielding man stabs teenager, 2 others inside East Liberty Target
    Leon Raymond Walls charged with attacking 16-year-old Allison Meadows, who was shopping with family in Penn Avenue department store. Pittsburgh police said 41-year-old Leon Raymond Walls entered the store and headed toward the restroom. Shortly after, two men came in looking for him, and one of them followed him into the restroom, where he was chased out by the knife-wielding Walls, police said. (Slideshow: Photos from the scene) "Walls, missing his target, then moved towards the checkout area at the Target store where he began trying to stab additional victims who were in the store.
    Walls then grabbed Allison Meadows and held her against her will at knifepoint in one of the checkout lanes to use her as a shield. Victims Hosea Davis, Mike Turner, Jobe Wright and Roland Smith attempted to subdue Walls and to free Meadows when they saw him poke the knife into Meadows' back." A witness told Del Greco, "I went back up the top of the steps, and he had this girl by the top of her hair. He just kept screaming, 'I'll stab her again.' He kept stabbing her. Me and like four or five other guys, they ran and tackled him. He cut the one guy's lip almost off. The other guy's finger was, like, hanging off." Allison Meadows, said she had surgery on her arm and back and to restore air to a collapsed lung. - (Black-on-white)

    (Another crazy black) Man charged in fatal stabbing in Pioneer Square ruled incompetent to stand trial
Donnell Jackson Kristin ItoTroy Wolff SEATTLE — A man charged in the random stabbing of two people in Pioneer Square in September 2013 has been found to be not competent to stand trial, it was announced Thursday. The King County prosecutor’s office said charges of murder and attempted murder were dismissed Thursday afternoon against the defendant, Donnell D. Jackson. He now faces commitment for mental evaluation for the purpose of filing an involuntary civil commitment petition. Jackson has been at Western State Hospital for the past year while psychiatrists have been trying to restore him to competency, the prosecutor’s office said. Jackson, 46, was charged in the September 13, 2013, stabbings of Shoreline Community College teacher Troy Wolff and his girlfriend Kristin Ito. The victims had just attended a Sounders game and were walking through Pioneer Square when the defendant approached them and began stabbing Ito in a random and unprovoked attack. Wolff attempted to intervene but was also stabbed and later died from his injuries. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Young (white) mother beaten to death on her birthday (by her ex-boyfriend who then 'lynched' himself from a trees)
Amanda BairdJennifer Lester, Baird's friendTK King the victim's roommateAmanda Baird and childHOUSTON - The yellow tape and the toys outside of a home on Hertford street in southeast Houston, hint to the tragedy behind closed doors. Tuesday morning, police said 33-year-old Amanda Baird was murdered and friends believe it happened right in front of her 4 year old-child. "I found the baby. The baby is the one who opened the door and let me in," said TK King, the victim's roommate (pictured at right). "I'm so worried about the baby at this point, because of what she went through and what she saw." King said she had called 911 after getting to the home and finding Amanda unconscious. "I can't get the picture out of my mind," said King. Paramedics tried to revive her, but Amanda died at Ben Taub Hospital from blunt force trauma. "I just wish she was still here with me," said King. Witnesses told police that Amanda had been arguing with her ex-boyfriend. He was not there when officers arrived though. Baird's friend Jennifer Lester (pictured at right) showed us text messages she said are from Baird from the night before. In one message, she asked Baird if her ex-boyfriend had been physical. The reply from Baird was: "Yes. I'm ok." "I actually was fearing the worst. I told her last night come to my house," said Lester. Tuesday, Amanda was supposed to celebrate her 33rd birthday and instead, friends and family mourn her death. HPD homicide detectives have confirmed the name of the ex-boyfriend who family members think is responsible for Amanda's death. The medical examiners office said a man with the same name was found dead Tuesday morning, from an apparent suicide. We have also learned Baird has a ten-year-old child as well. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    (Black) N.C. man sentenced to 20 years in St. Albans murder
Michael BenbowMicah BurdetteA North Carolina man accused in the shooting death of a man whose body was found in St. Albans City Park last year will serve 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to a lesser charge. In an emotional hearing, Michael “Smoov” Benbow Jr., who was ready to go to trial on Monday, pleaded guilty to the lesser offense of voluntary manslaughter and second offense recidivism because he was convicted in 2009 on a wanton endangerment charge. Benbow, 25, faced three to 20 years in prison and Kanawha Circuit Judge Duke Bloom gave him the maximum penalty. He will be eligible for parole in seven years. Prosecutors accused Benbow of fatally shooting 20-year-old Micah Burdette, whose body was found in St. Albans City park back in September. Assistant Kanawha Prosecutor Don Morris explained there was a “drug deal of some kind set up,” and Burdette was in the vehicle with Benbow at the time. Burdette was shot once in the head and police found text messages believed to be from Benbow on Burdette’s cellphone the day Burdette was killed. - (Black-on-white)
   

    DeMorst found guilty of capital murder; Sentenced to life without parole
Nicholas Marcell DeMorst Hunter Miller JACKSON COUNTY, MS - Nicholas DeMorst has been convicted and sentenced to life without the possibility of parole for the murder of Hunter Miller. Phone records prove DeMorst killed Miller. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police: Man Who Flashed Child In Church Arrested
Demetrius CollinsMIAMI – The Miami-Dade Police Department said they arrested a man who exposed himself to a little girl inside a Miami church. Demetrius Collins, 31, exposed himself to the 9-year-old girl on April 28th inside the Sanctuary of the United House of Prayer Church. The young girl told investigators that Collins made a “pssst” sound to get her attention, and when she turned around his genitals were exposed. During another incident, Collins showed the girl a pornographic image on his phone. In a third encounter Collins asked the 9-year-old to perform an inappropriate act. On Thursday, Miami-Dade Police arrested Collins at his home. The child’s father, a man named Jean, arrived at the church to speak with reporters. He said the incident left him angry. “Where I from, the day I see him, I should take his head off,” Jean said. Jean says that after the incident occurred, he told church leaders about it. “I wait and wait and nothing happened,” he said. Jean says he confronted Collins, who he says admitted showing Jean’s daughter a pornographic photo. “He showed a naked picture, sex picture to my daughter,” Jean said. “How much more I want to hear?” Finally Jean says he called Miami-Dade Police.
     

   

 

    Sister names victim of alleged Dennis Hastert homosexual abuse
Dennis HastertSteve ReinboldtWashington - Dennis Hastert homosexually abused a student who had worked as his equipment manager while Hastert coached a high school wrestling team, the student's sister said. It's the first name that's emerged as an alleged victim of abuse at the hands of the former House Speaker since Hastert was indicted for allegedly lying to the FBI about $3.5 million he agreed to pay to an undisclosed person to "cover up past misconduct." Jolene Burdge said in the interview that she found out about Hastert's misconduct when her older brother Steven Reinboldt, who died in 1995, told her in 1979, years after leaving school, that he was gay. "I asked him, when was your first same sex experience. He looked at me and said, 'It was with Dennis Hastert,'" Burdge, whose maiden name is Reinboldt, said. Burdge says her brother passed away of AIDS in 1995. In 2010, Hastert agreed to provide (another) Individual A $3.5 million in order to compensate for and conceal his prior (homosexual) misconduct against Individual A, a former student, who was a male and a minor when the alleged abuse took place.
   

 

 


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    Black guilty in decade-old murder of White woman
Michael YoungZofia RogowickaSTATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Michael Young ran, but decided he couldn't hide forever. And now, the Brooklyn man could spend the rest of his life locked inside a prison cell after a Staten Island jury convicted him of slaying a Tompkinsville woman in her home nearly a decade ago. After deliberating nearly four days, jurors convicted Young of second-degree murder in the death of Zofia Rogowicka. Prosecutors said Young, 40, strangled Ms. Rogowicka on Dec. 5, 2005, in the bedroom of her home. He then dumped her body in a shipping barrel in an alleyway behind the Kent movie theater in Brooklyn not far from his home. The 54-year-old victim's naked and partially frozen corpse was found on Dec. 14, 2005. Young, who left the country just over a week after that grim discovery, was arrested in June of last year in the Central American country of Belize, said prosecutors.Young had walked into the U.S. Embassy and said he was tired of running and wanted to return home, said prosecutors. - (Black-on-white)

    Witness: Argument over game of beer pong led to death of 19-year-old White co-ed by black felon party-crasher
Ronald Wayne McNeilLacie LaRoseThe death of 19-year-old Blinn College student Lacie LaRose at a graduation party last month was the result of an argument that began over a game of beer pong, a witness said. Police records state Ronald Wayne McNeil, 39, a convicted felon, told officers during an interview that he accidentally fired the gun while running up to the house. McNeil reportedly told investigators after his arrest that it was his goal to scare the kids at the party with his Glock .40 caliber handgun. LaRose was hit by the gunfire and someone dragged her partially into the garage, which is where Duke said he saw her after taking cover under a couch. Witnesses reportedly heard LaRose say "Call 911; I can't breathe." McNeil and his friends are black; Duke and most of his friends at the party are white. LaRose's mother, April LaRose, said on Tuesday she'll never get over the loss of her only child. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Jury finds black man guilty in Riverwest attempted sexual assault of White woman
Derrick BrownWhite female victim of black rapistMILWAUKEE — A jury returned a verdict for 33-year-old Derrick Brown — accused of attempting to sexually assault woman in Riverwest. Brown was found guilty of attempted sexual assault, kidnapping and battery. The charges against Brown stem from an incident that occurred on December 12th. The victim told police she was walking down the street — headed for a food store when a man approached her — grabbing her arm, saying “Hey, hey.” Police say the victim told them the man had a gun, and he pointed it at the left side of her head, saying, “Just be quiet. I have a gun. You need to come with me.” The two continued to walk, with the victim telling the man she didn’t have anything — believing he was attempting to rob her. The man said, “Yes, yes you do. You need to come over here and take your pants off. Realizing the man was planning to rape her, the woman said: “No. Please don’t do this.” The woman suffered extensive damage to her teeth, fractured cheek bones, cuts to her lip and four scalp lacerations that took 17 staples — from being hit with the gun before she screamed and ran for help. Brown was found in a home near 48th and Clarke on January 16th. Police say he jumped from a window and ran from officers, but was arrested after being chased and bitten by a Milwaukee police K9. - (Black-on-white)
    Accused in attempted sexual assault of White woman, angry outbursts from black racist rapist Derrick Brown in court

    (Black sex-offender) Rhobanni Wilson found guilty in murder of (White) cab driver
Rohbanni WilsonStuart CarsonJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The man accused of shooting and killing a Jacksonville cab driver in a case that happened almost a year ago was found guilty shortly after the prosecution and defense rested. Before jurors sealed his fate, 24-year-old Rohbanni Wilson walked into a Duval County courtroom after being charged with murder in the death of 43-year-old Stuart Carson, the cab driver officials said Wilson killed. "Stuart Carson, doing his job, was killed by the last fare that he ever picked up," the prosecutor in the case said. For Carson's family, this last day in court and the final verdict for Wilson, brought the closure and relief they had desperately hoped for. “Just extreme relief. My brother finally got justice and maybe now it can give our family a little bit of closure. It won’t bring him back, but it does give him justice, and us some closure,” Lori Gilkinson, Carson's sister, said. Carson was a father of four and a grandfather of one and though his children weren't in the courtroom because of school, Carson's wife, Kelly Carson, was there to hear the verdict, remembering the husband she lost.  - (Black-on-white)
   

    2 (Black Muslim) Men In Boston Terror Probe Allegedly Planned To Kill “Boys In Blue”
Usaama RahimDavid WrightBOSTON – The two men identified in a terrorism investigation in Boston allegedly planned to behead a police officer. A law enforcement source confirmed that Usaama Rahim and David Wright were ISIS supporters and were motivated by a desire to exact revenge on America, similar to the Tsarnaev brothers. The men were actively plotting multiple attacks on law enforcement, even including the possible beheading of police officers, adding that the two were discussing attack plans on social media. Rahim recently bought three “fighting knives” and a knife sharpener and talked to Wright about plans to kill someone outside of Massachusetts. On Sunday, May 31, Rahim, Wright and a third person met on a beach in Rhode Island to discuss their plans. Wright would later tell FBI agents that these plans included the beheading of somebody in another state. Rahim had originally plotted to kill political activist Pamela Geller.
   

    Black man pleads not guilty to murder of 78-year-old White grandfather
Delor CabralLeopoldo BelenJoel ValdezPROVIDENCE, R.I. — The man who now stands accused of the 2013 beating death of a 78-year-old grandfather during a home invasion pleaded not guilty Thursday to all 13 charges. Leopoldo Belen, 34, aka “Blah” or “Black,” was arraigned before Superior Court Judge Netti C. Vogel on charges that he fatally beat Delor M. “Dean” Cabral inside his 122-124 Ontario St. apartment house and stole the gun that was used in the alleged crime. Prosecutors announced Friday that a grand jury had handed down a secret indictment charging Belen, a repeat felon, with Cabral's killing and the beating of Cabral's third-floor tenant, Jonathan Angilly. In doing so, prosecutors also announced that Wilbert Richardson had been cleared in Cabral's death. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black suspected in murder of white man - arrested In Las Vegas After Nearly Colliding With Oncoming Police Car
Donte DaleyLOS ANGELES — A suspect in the February murder of a man in the Reseda area was arrested over the weekend in Las Vegas, police said Wednesday. Donte Daley, 39, is being held in Nevada while arrangements are being made to bring him back to Los Angeles for trial, Los Angeles police Capt. Paul Vernon said. Daley is suspected of killing Matthew Hanna, 34, whose body was found on Feb. 28 at his home in the 16400 block of Gilmore Street. Daley and Hanna were acquaintances through other friends, police said, and evidence and witness statements tied Daley to the shooting. “He had been shot multiple times, one or more days prior to the discovery (of his body),” Vernon said. Daley was initially arrested after crossing over a double yellow line and nearly colliding with an oncoming police car, officials said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Third suspect arrested in murder of White man - shot in face
Mohamud MohamedCharles J. Raybine Jr.PORTLAND, Maine —The third suspect wanted in connection with the killing of a Biddeford man more than two years ago is in custody, according to Maine State Police. Mohamud Mohamed turned himself in at the Cumberland County Courthouse, police said. Mohamed was wanted on a murder charge for the shooting death of Charles Raybine in Biddeford in March of 2013. Two other men, John Lopez and Bub Peter Nquany, were already in custody in connection with the investigation. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Second Man Arrested For 2013 Maine Murder
    John Lopez20 year old John Lopez was arrested Tuesday in Old Orchard Beach and charged in the murder of Charles Raybine, who was found shot to death in his car in Biddeford in March of 2013. Police had earlier arrested 25 year old Bub Peter Nquany in connection with what is described as a drug-related murder. Lopez is being held in the York County Jail awaiting his first court appearance
   
  • Bub Peter Nguany is charged with murder in the death of Charles Raybine - June 21, 2013
    Bub Peter NguanyALFRED — A man who is accused of fatally shooting a man pleaded not guilty to a murder charge. Bub Peter Nguany, 25, was arrested within hours of Charles Raybine’s death as Nguany tried to leave his home in a taxi. He has remained in custody since his arrest. In his arrest on the morning after Raybine’s killing, police seized bags of crack cocaine from Nguany and found a .45-caliber pistol and ammunition in his backpack. Police were called at 1 a.m. to Parish Place Apartments in Biddeford, where they found Raybine, 47, shot several times in the face with a .45-caliber handgun. Raybine was a known drug user and, based on witness statements, was smoking crack cocaine and drinking while playing cards in an apartment at 41 Birch St. Raybine and his nephew, Morgan Palmer, went outside and sat in Raybine’s car. Two cars pulled up, one on either side of the parking lot. A man got out of the passenger seat of one of the cars and walked over to Raybine’s car. Palmer described him as 6 feet tall, 175 to 200 pounds, black... The man pointed to Palmer and asked, “Yo, who you with, who’s this?” Raybine answered, “That’s Mo.” The man then fired a gun at Raybine’s face.
   

    As jury is almost seated, black man decides to plead guilty in execution style slaying of white friend at fishing camp
Detrell ScottDarrell Georgetown Jr.Kye BoudreauxPLAQUEMINE — A 22-year-old man accused of robbing and fatally shooting his friend unexpectedly flipped the script during trial proceedings Wednesday, deciding to plead guilty to the crime just moments before lawyers were about to seat the final members of the jury. Moments later, a state district court judge sentenced Detrell Scott to life in prison for the slaying. He pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, as charged. Assistant District Attorney Tony Clayton said Scott wasn’t trying to do the family of victim Kye Boudreaux any favors by forgoing his right to a trial. He said Scott wanted to avoid a trial because of the evidence prosecutors had mounting against him. “He didn’t stand a snowball’s chance in hell.” “He confessed. We have him on tape leaving the crime scene. We got his DNA, the weapon — everything.”

Boudreaux’s parents found their son’s body at the family’s camp near Grand River in May 2014 after their son’s boat was spotted about 5:30 a.m. drifting in the waters of the Intracoastal Waterway. Boudreaux, 26, had been shot in the head with his own gun. In addition to Boudreaux’s gun, Scott stole the victim’s wallet, car keys, cellphone and some drugs Boudreaux was carrying. Boudreaux had allowed Scott to tag along on a fishing trip that day.

Iberville Parish sheriff’s deputies arrested a second man, Darrell Georgetown, in the murder. Georgetown was booked on counts of accessory after the fact and obstruction of justice for helping Scott flee the scene after Scott burned Boudreaux’s truck and trailer in a cane field off La. 1 behind the Relax Inn motel. Clayton said Georgetown was set to testify against Scott had the matter gone to trial. The victim’s father, Darrel Boudreaux, was visibly shaken moments after Scott entered a guilty plea. “I didn’t want to relive this again.”

However, the victim’s mother, Jane Boudreaux, expressed some disappointment. She told reporters that she wanted Scott’s trial to play out in hopes it would end a racial war that had sprouted up on social media since her son’s murder. Jane Boudreaux said black people had commented online that white folks would use the case to send another black man to jail. Scott is a black man and Boudreaux was white. “It’s not about black and white. It’s about wrong and right,” she said. “There was definitely a racial war on social media, and it needs to stop. I wanted people to see it wasn’t anyone ratting on him like he believed. It wasn’t white people. He did it to himself.” In an impact statement she read in court Wednesday, Jane Boudreaux characterized Scott as a devil after seeing text messages where the man bragged to friends about murdering her son. She said one of those text messages read: “Man, bra, I knocked my white boy off last night.” - (Black-on-white)
   

    K-9 saves Hancock County deputy from ambush attack by three 'Black Gangster Disciples'
Todd Frazier and Lucasblack thugblack thugblack thugA manhunt is under way after a Hancock County Sheriff's Department deputy was saved by his dog from an ambush attack by three men. The deputy, Todd Frazier, was beaten and cut with a box cutter in Pearlington on Monday, Sheriff Ricky Adam said. If it wasn't for his K9 partner, a black Belgian Malinois named Lucas, they might have succeeded. "They told him they were going to slit his throat, and they were dragging him toward the woods," Chief Deputy Don Bass said, adding that authorities believe the attackers meant to drag Frazier into the woods, kill him, and dump his body. "The three of them were dragging him toward the wooded area, and he was able to break one hand free to activate the button that opens the door and it released Lucas," Bass said. The dog bit at least one, probably two of the suspects, potentially saving the officer's life. That was more than good equipment and a good dog, Adam said. Adam said given the attitude in the country toward law enforcement, he has been trying to prepare his deputies for the worst. "We've been stressing this for months and months now. It's no different from last week we get a BOLO from the state alerting us that the Black Gangster Disciples have put out an SOS, or 'Shoot on Sight' for police officers," he said - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Madison Officer Matt Kenny cleared following internal investigation into officer-involved shooting of mixed-race boy
Matt KennyTony RobinsonSuspect and white motherAndrea IrwinA Madison police officer has been cleared of wrongdoing following an internal investigation of his fatal shooting of 19-year-old Tony Robinson. The Madison Police Department on Wednesday, June 3rd issued a summary of its finding that Officer Matt Kenny did not violate its deadly force policies in the March 6th shooting death of Robinson. The internal decision follows one last month by Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne that Kenny would not be charged in the case. Kenny has been on paid leave since the shooting. The exoneration clears the way for Kenny to return to the police department, something his attorney has said he wants to do. Kenny shot and killed Robinson after Robinson, who was high on hallucinogenic mushrooms, struck the officer in the head. - (Black-on-white)
   

    2nd man convicted in retired teacher’s beating death
Gerald “Jerry”  E. PetersTrevon Drakkar WalkerMICHIGAN CITY, Ind. — A second man has been convicted in the bludgeoning death of a 69-year-old retired teacher in northern Indiana. A LaPorte County jury convicted Tre’von Walker in the death of Gerald Peters. He also was found guilty of robbery and theft. Walker faces a prison term of up to 118 years. Another man, 23-year-old Ryan Phelps, also was convicted in Peters’ death and was sentenced to 85 years in prison. Peters was beaten with a baseball bat. Two co-defendants testified against Walker during the trial. The two co-defendants will face robbery charges in exchange for their testimony.
   
  • Phelps receives 85 years for Peters' murder - December 23, 2014
    Ryan A. Phelps"In the fall of 2012, the defendant, Ryan Phelps, was homeless and without a job. Gerald Peters gave him work and a place to stay. In return for his kindness, Gerald Peters was savagely beaten to death in the sanctity of his own home." The judge credited Phelps with orchestrating the robbery and facilitating the murder. "In a final act of cruelty," she said, "Ryan Phelps poured bleach in Gerald Peters' face and then turned on the gas stove, seemingly with the intent to destroy the house." The judge deemed Phelps' pouring bleach in Peters' face "the most hideous part" of the crime.
  • Psychiatrists: Murder suspect incompetent to stand trial - December 13, 2013
    Phelps and three (black) teenagers took turns striking Peters with a baseball bat after taking his credit cards and vehicle. Phelps is also accused of turning on a gas stove in a failed attempt to blow up the house. Peters, who had been homeless, had been taken Phelps into his home -- but ultimately was kicked out of the residence prior to the killing.
   
  • Four arrested in connection with Michigan City slaying - November 09, 2012
    Melvin BasfordMartell AndersonBeing nice could have been the downfall of Gerald Peters, who was killed Thursday inside his home. Charged with murder, felony murder and robbery were Ryan Phelps, 20 (w); Melvin Basford, 18 (b); Martell Anderson, 16 (b); and Trevon Walker, 17 (b).
   

    (Elderly White) burglary victim dies of injuries; (cowardly black) man charged in case
Ray CooleyA Belleville man who was assaulted in his home last month has died of his injuries. William Fitzsimmons, 85, died at University Hospital in Newark on Sunday at 7:08 p.m. from blunt force trauma. His death was ruled as a homicide by the medical examiner. Ray Cooley, 25, of Nutley was originally charged with attempted murder, burglary, robbery and kidnapping. Fitzsimmons was discovered outside his home by two passers-by the morning of May 17. The victim's face was bloody, bruised and swollen, and the passers-by contacted police, who came to the home. Fitzsimmons told police that he had heard a knock on his front door that Saturday, May 16 at around 7 p.m., and had gone downstairs to open the door. He was then struck from behind while still in his home, and knocked unconscious. The suspect disabled the victim's phones, and also bound him with unspecified household materials before eventually cutting the victim's hands free, Ward said. The suspect then fled. The victim, who lived alone, regained consciousness around 10 a.m. the next day and went outside, where he was found by the two motorists, according to Ward. The house had been ransacked. The suspect admitted to having been at the house in the past, where he had shoveled snow in the winter. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Felon nabbed for slashing Swedish tourist on A train in Brooklyn: police sources
Don CarterA felon with more than 50 arrests on his record was in custody Tuesday for allegedly slashing a Swedish tourist in the neck on an A train during rush hour in Brooklyn, police sources said. Don Carter, whose prior arrests include several for possession of a knife or blade, was busted Monday for allegedly slashing Katrina Staniz, 29, as the crowded train was stopped at the Euclid Ave. station in East New York, the sources said. Stanisz, who was with her father and headed to Kennedy Airport to catch a flight home when she was attacked, was treated and released for her injuries at Jamaica Hospital after her attacker came up from behind and stabbed her with a sharp object, then ran off, the sources said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black female) NYPD Officer Accused Of Stealing Dead (White) Man’s Credit Card, Ordering Diamond Ring
Ymmacula PierreKen Sanden Dead men tell no tales — and they don’t buy cops diamond rings. Prosecutors say an NYPD officer on a call helped herself to a corpse’s credit card number to buy herself some bling. Ymmacula Pierre “is accused of disgraceful conduct by using the credit card information of a dead man to buy expensive jewelry,” said Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance. Pierre, 30, was indicted on criminal possession of stolen property, identity theft and official misconduct charges for the brazen theft, which prosecutors said happened in Greenwich Village in July of last year. Pierre was called to an E.14th St. apartment to make a “wellness check” on a 65-year-old man with medical issues who’d failed to show up for work, prosecutors said. Pierre, who was assigned to the Sixth Precinct station house, discovered architect Ken Sanden dead inside. She used his Samsung Galaxy phone to contact his niece, and vouchered some of his property, including his Mastercard, prosecutors said. She also allegedly jotted down Sanden’s credit card and email information for herself. Two days later, Sanden’s card was used to buy a diamond ring online from Zales for $3,282.58, authorities said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Wichita man may face murder charges in death of 100-year-old sexual assault victim (with White surname)
Kasey NesbittA man charged with raping a 100-year-old woman during a break-in at her southeast Wichita home last fall may be charged with murder in her death three weeks after the attack. Prosecutors have asked Sedgwick County District Judge David Dahl to grant a new preliminary hearing in the case against Kasey Nesbitt in light of an autopsy report that says the woman’s death from a blood clot is a homicide. The clot developed in her body and traveled to her lungs. Martha Schell of Wichita died Oct. 21 at a local nursing home and rehabilitation center, 21 days after she was sexually assaulted. Prosecutors in their request for another preliminary hearing, filed May 26, announced their intention to add a count of felony first-degree murder to charges of rape and aggravated burglary already pending against Nesbitt. In the document, Assistant District Attorney Robert Short says Schell’s death “was a homicide caused by complications from the injuries suffered in the sexual assault.”
   

    Arrest made in Mint Hill (black-on-White) assisted living sex assault, police say
Doris StarnesWillie Shaw JrMINT HILL, N.C. — Mint Hill police have made an arrest in connection to a sexual assault of an 86-year-old woman at an assisted living facility. Police arrested Willie Shaw Jr., 43, and charged him with first-degree sex offense. Shaw was an employee at Lawyers Glen Retirement Living Center when the incident took place, police said. The attorney representing the family of Doris Starnes said that staff at the Lawyer’s Glen Nursing Home sent her to the hospital on May 14 with what appeared to be internal bleeding. But when she got to the hospital in Matthews, doctors found evidence that she’d been assaulted. Starnes died two days later in the hospital, police said. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Suspect in brutal Lawrenceville murder (of White woman) pleads guilty
Wolf Griffin Peggie RobinsonThe family of a Gwinnett County woman who was stabbed to death in December 2013 as she helped in a custody exchange is speaking out now that the suspect has pleaded guilty. Wolf Griffin entered his plea Friday in Gwinnett Superior Court preventing the case from going to trial. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole. Griffin brutally stabbed 61-year-old Peggie Lynn Robinson as she dropped off his six-year-old son who considered her like his grandmother. The child’s mother, Cecelia Hebert, is the girlfriend of Robinson’s adult son, Dennis, and was involved in a bitter custody battle at the time with Griffin. Griffin told police he saw Hebert’s face as he delivered each blow. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    2 dead, man facing 2 counts of intoxication manslaughter following motorcycle-truck collision
Travis CollinsRiley Alphonse Portie Jr. and Emily Deann Hinote PortieA man is charged with two counts of intoxication manslaughter after a motorcycle accident in Orange claimed the lives of two people. The accident happened Sunday evening at the intersection of West Park Ave. and 12th Street. According to police, a pickup heading west on West Park Ave. hit the back of a motorcycle. Both the driver and the passenger of the motorcycle died at the scene. Orange police say the victims are Riley Portie, 54, and his wife Emily Portie, 50, both of Orange. The driver of the pickup truck, Travis Collins, 29, also of Orange, was taken to Baptist Hospital in Orange for unknown injuries. Police believe excessive speed and intoxication are factors in the crash. Collins has been charged with two counts of Intoxication Manslaughter. As of 8 a.m. Monday he has not been arraigned. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police: Two (black) suspects confess to Waffle House murder (of White man)
Eric HambrickArkel Coleman and Shrederrick AndersonJACKSON, MS - Two men have been arrested, and another suspect is being sought for questioning, in a deadly robbery at a Jackson Waffle House. 19-year-old Arkel Coleman and 18-year-old Shrederrick Anderson have been arrested and charged with one count each of Murder and Strong Arm Robbery. Police say Coleman and Anderson were taken into custody, where they confessed to the crime. They are being held without bond. On Thursday, May 28, just before midnight, emergency responders were called to the Waffle House at 106 Larson Street. 52- year-old Eric Hambrick was found lying on the ground with an injury to his head. After reviewing a surveillance video at the business, police said Hambrick was attacked in the parking lot. The video shows someone striking Hambrick, then taking a ring off his finger. Hambrick was hospitalized, and died over the weekend from his injuries. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Woman Pleads Guilty In Drunken, Politics-Fueled Crockpot Killing
Tewana SullivanCheryl LivyDETROIT – A Detroit woman accused of killing a friend with a slow cooker during a political dispute while very drunk pleaded guilty to second-degree murder on Thursday in a deal with prosecutors. Tewana Sullivan was awaiting trial next week on a first-degree murder charge. She pleaded guilty but mentally ill with an understanding that she will get 23 to 50 years in prison. First-degree murder carries a mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole. Wayne County Circuit Judge Michael Hathaway set her sentencing for June 15. The mental illness plea doesn’t affect the prison term itself but provides for prison officials to evaluate her mental health and treat her as needed. The 51-year-old woman told the judge Thursday that she and her 66-year-old friend, Cheryl Livy, came to blows at Livy’s Livonia apartment Oct. 22. - (Black-on-white)
   


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    black rapistIn the United States in 2005, 37,460 white females were sexually assaulted or raped by a black man, while between zero and ten black females were sexually assaulted or raped by a white man. What this means is that every day in the United States, over one hundred white women are raped or sexually assaulted by a black man.
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