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  ARCHIVE for 11 July 2015

    (Black) Man charged in shooting death of (White) woman found in car
Antione FielderKelsey K. EwonusWYANDOTTE COUNTY, KS - A man has been charged in the shooting death of a 22-year-old woman whose body was found in a car June 30. Wyandotte County court records show that Antione Fielder, 27, was charged with first-degree murder, intentional and premeditated. He was booked into the Wyandotte County Detention Center on Wednesday. Kelsey K. Ewonus, 22, of Overland Park was found shot to death in her car at Francis and Bristow streets. She leaves behind a son who just celebrated his first birthday. Fielder’s bond is set at $1,000,000. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black monster was sentenced to death for raping and beating a White 69-year-old grandmother to death
Fool for a client? Carlos Kennedy may represent himself in murder trial after death penalty reversed
    Carlos Edward KennedyZoa WhiteCarlos Edward Kennedy, who was sentenced to death for raping and then beating a 69-year-old grandmother to death with a claw hammer in June 2010, has new life. Mobile County District Attorney Ashley Rich said she was waiting to hear if the Alabama Attorney General's office planned to appeal the ruling to the Alabama Supreme Court. If not, her office would retry the case in circuit court and Kennedy, who remains in custody, would represent himself, according to the ruling. "It was a horrific, horrific crime and he deserves the death penalty and we will stop at nothing to make sure he gets it," Rich said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) man sentenced to 3 life terms in Golden Corral murders of two White brothers
Avery WoodMatthew Bohannan, 19, and Andrew Bohannon, 24,JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A man was sentenced Friday to three consecutive life sentences for his involvement in the armed robbery and murders of a man and his brother, state attorneys said. Avery Damon Wood Jr., 21, was found guilty last month of two counts of first-degree felony murder and one count of armed robbery. Wood, along with three co-defendants, met in July 2013 with Andrew Bohannon, 24, and his 19-year-old brother, Matthew Bohannon, at the Golden Corral on Normandy Boulevard. - (Black-on-white)
   
   
   

    Man turns self in, another suspect arrested in connection with July 4 assault
Raeshaun HandSteven MontgomeryMordecia BlackWhite victim of black mob attackCincinnati police have arrested a man in connection with an assault on July 4. Raeshaun Hand, 19, was charged with felonious assault and was ordered held on $100,000 bond. According to court records, Hand admitted assaulting Christopher McKnight, who suffered a broken nose, a concussion and facial injuries. McKnight was found unconscious on Walnut Street after the assault, which was partially recorded on video by at least one bystander. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said that McKnight had his wallet hanging from his back pocket and he was robbed. Additional charges against Hand are possible, but Deters said he doesn't believe the crime rises to the level of an ethnic intimidation charge. According to officials, Steven Montgomery,18, turned himself in on Friday afternoon, accompanied by his parents. A warrant has been issued for Mordecia Black, 28, on a felonious assault charge. - (Black-on-white)
   

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    Police looking for (violent black) man they say exposed himself on METRO train
Michael Keith LeBlancHOUSTON -- Police hope you can help them find a man they say exposed himself to other riders of a METRO train, and then did the same to a juvenile once he exited. They're looking for Michael Keith LeBlanc, 48. LeBlanc approached a juvenile on the train, which was heading to the Downtown station. While on board, LeBlanc reportedly exposed himself to passengers and then once he exited, exposed himself to the juvenile. LeBlanc stands around 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs about 170 pounds. Police say he's wanted for parole violations, including burglary and aggravated assault on a police officer. LeBlanc is reported to be violent.

    (Black or Afro-american) Creep beats, rapes woman inside Port Authority parking garage
black rapistblack rapistA sicko in an American flag shirt beat and raped a 21-year-old woman inside a parking garage at the Port Authority Bus Terminal early Friday morning, authorities said. The violent creep forced himself on the woman inside the garage near the bustling Midtown Manhattan transit hub around 1 a.m., police said. The victim told cops that the man sexually assaulted her, then struck her in the face and body.
   
  • NYPD investigating rape at Port Authority Bus Terminal
    The suspect is described as a man, black, 30, brown eyes, short braided hair with a mustache, about 5 feet 9 inches, 190 pounds. He was last seen wearing a red, white and blue striped button-down shirt, denim shorts and white sneakers.

    Anchorage police fear (black) registered sex offender may have victimized other children
Christopher J. MoselyANCHORAGE – Anchorage detectives fear a man who was arrested for two counts of attempted sexual abuse of a minor “may have victimized other children.” On June 15, 30-year-old Christopher J. Mosely drove to a Mountain View apartment complex where he “enticed” a 7-year-old and a 9-year-old into a laundry room. “Mosely had one of the girls lay down in the laundry room before the child’s grandmother intervened.” Mosely, who is a registered sex offender, told the girls’ grandmother that he’d been hired to fix the washing machines and needed the girls’ help moving them. After checking with building maintenance, the girls’ grandmother confirmed that was false. Police say Mosely fled in his vehicle, but the grandmother recorded his license plate. He was arrested is currently in custody at the Anchorage Jail, where bail was set at $100,000.

    (Black) Teen arrested in death of mentally disabled woman beaten, gang-raped at vacant home
Jeremiah WilliamsMIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. - A 16-year-old boy is facing charges in the death of a woman who was raped and beaten to death at a vacant home. Jeremiah Williams' mother turned her son in after hearing about the woman's death. Family members of Francis Harris, 53, said she was well known in the community and had the mental capacity of a child. Harris' family said the victim was looking for a bathroom to use because the one in her home wasn't working. Williams and several other juveniles saw Harris walking toward the back yard and began following her. Harris ran but tripped and fell to the floor. They said Williams and the other boys began kicking Harris and dragged her to another location of the home where she was raped multiple times. The report states that she was then beaten and left to die. "I can't say that I forgive them," said Hill. "I can say that they will get their judgment day."
   

    (Black) Hunter College student bit victim after ‘rape’ attempt failed
Kareem RoyesA 21-year-old woman fought off a rape attempt by a fellow student who burst into her private study room at the Hunter College library. The alleged victim was reading alone at around 7:15 p.m. Monday in a room she had reserved when the man came in and asked for directions to the bathroom. When she looked up, he exposed himself and then pounced on her, but she was able to push him off, the sources said. When she snapped pictures of him as he fled, he charged back, bit her, took her phone and ran off. A suspect, Kareem Royes, 25 — was arrested at his Bronx home — because he reportedly used his own student ID to enter the Upper East Side library and was captured on library video. Royes, a married father of a 4-year-old girl and a licensed taxi driver with a prior arrest for exposing himself on the subway, was held in lieu of $60,000 bond on charges of second-degree robbery and public lewdness.

    Reports: (Black African-american) Charlotte man charged with rape
Anthony Jenkins JrCHARLOTTE, N.C. — A Charlotte man is accused of raping a woman in his home, our news partners at the Independent Tribune reported. Police charged Anthony Jenkins Jr. with second-degree rape after they said he held a Charlotte woman against her will at his home on Lakewood Drive Friday and raped her. Jenkins is out of jail on bond.

    (Black) Suspect arrested in sexually motivated assaults, including Edmonds Community College case
black rapistLynnwood Police arrested a man who confessed to several recent assaults of women, including one woman at Edmonds Community College. The suspect confessed to these incidents, as well as several other incidents that had not been reported to the Lynnwood Police Department. In three of the incidents — on June 23, June 29 and June 30 — the suspect approached lone women who were on the street and assaulted them by grabbing their buttocks and then walked or ran away. The suspect also confessed to an earlier incident at Edmonds Community College, which occurred on May 13, in which a woman had been assaulted by the suspect, who grabbed her chest as she walked across the campus. The suspect, a black male in his 20s, has been booked at the Lynnwood Jail on four counts of fourth-degree assault with sexual motivation.

    Convicted sexual offender accused in 'gay' homosexual jailhouse rape of man
Marshawn GraftonLamichael Warfield A Detroit man who was sentenced last week to 23 to 50 years in prison for raping a Roseville woman in her apartment faces a new charge of sexually assaulting a county jail inmate with another man. Marshawn Grafton, 26, received the punishment from Judge Jennifer Faunce after he was convicted by a jury in April of two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, first-degree home invasion, armed robbery and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony for the March 2013 incident. The sentencing came after Grafton was accused of digitally raping a male inmate in the Macomb County Jail while awaiting sentencing in the Roseville case. He and his co-defendant, Lamichael Warfield, 30, of Garden City, allegedly threw a sheet over the victim, forced him into a cell and shaved hair from part of his chest and stomach before Grafton anally raped him, according to prosecutors.
     

    Cases dismissed against sex offender who held victims prisoner - Why?
Durand Robert WinfieldA convicted sex offender accused of a list of new crimes ranging from sex trafficking to rape and holding his victims prisoner is free tonight. On Monday a judge dismissed the case involving Durand Robert Winfield. And the big question is why? Even the suspect's client Ben Gonek was shocked that the case was dropped, saying in a statement: "Given the fact that the client was facing a minimum of 50 years if convicted, I am happy the charges have been dismissed and he was released. Winfield, who is considered very dangerous, has now been released.

    Arrest in case of sex assault near MARTA station
Marquis Lamonte ButtsDEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - UPDATE: Police said Marquis Lamonte Butts, 21, turned himself into DeKalb County Police on Tuesday evening. ----- MARTA Police are hoping newly released surveillance images will help catch a man suspected of sexually assaulting a woman near the Indian Creek transit station on June 14.
   

   
  • Illegal alien from Mexico arrested in cold case Murder of White woman
    Manuel Salmeron ManzanaresLinda Louise ArcherManuel Salmeron Manzanares, age 36, formerly of Santa Barbara, was arrested for the 1997 murder of Linda Louise Archer, a homeless resident of Santa Barbara who was 43-years old at the time of her death. The matched profile was that of Manzanares, a federal inmate in custody for illegally reentering the United States after previously being deported as a convicted felon.  He was scheduled to be released and deported to Mexico in 2015. - (Invasion!)
   
  • Calif. cold case cracks open; illegal immigrant suspected of killing woman in 1997
    An illegal immigrant from Mexico, serving time in a federal prison for unlawfully reentering the U.S., will appear before a judge next week over his alleged involvement in the killing of a homeless woman 18 years ago in California. On Aug. 16, 1997, Linda Louise Archer, 43, was beaten to death in her campsite off Highway 101 near Castillo Street. The Santa Barbara Police Department announced Thursday that the suspected killer in the cold case, Manuel Salmeron Manzanares, 36, was arrested on suspicion of murder last month upon his release from federal custody.

   

For second time in a week, illegal immigrant accused of hit-and-run
Antonio ArellanoStephanie JohnsonRALEIGH -- Federal immigration officials say a second illegal immigrant suspected of causing a serious wreck this week will not be allowed out of jail. Earlier this week, the news covered the return of Efren Roblero to the streets of Wake County. Roblero is accused of driving drunk and causing a crash that injured two people over the weekend. He managed to post his $75,000 bond and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials approved his release from jail. Now, another illegal immigrant, Antonio Arellano, is accused of hit-and-run causing serious injury, driving without a license, and reckless driving. "Just looked up and there's a truck coming head on. I tried to swerve to avoid it, and there was nothing I could do," said Stephanie Johnson. Johnson, who suffered a lacerated liver, a broken wrist and ribs, and a compound fracture to her left leg, can't believe anyone could walk away from a crash and leave someone badly injured. "I know he heard me screaming for help," said Johnson. "That's all. That's all I ever remember saying, 'Help me. Get me out of this car.'"

   
  • I-Team investigates why man charged with DWI was released on bail
    Efren Perez-RobleroRALEIGH -- The federal agency ICE is defending a decision not to place a detainer on an illegal immigrant who was charged in a DWI hit-and-run accident over the 4th of July weekend. Twenty-three-year-old Efren Perez-Roblero posted bail and was released from the Wake County Detention Center on house arrest. Roblero is accused of driving without a license, getting behind the wheel intoxicated, and fleeing the scene after the crash Friday night on Buffaloe Road. DeShawn and Trazjae Moss were seriously injured in the collision. Two years ago, Roblero was deported back to his native Mexico. - (Invasion!)

   

 

 
  • 'Gay' Glassboro Man Sentenced For Homosexually Assaulting 4-Year-Old Boy At Day Care Center
    WOODBURY, N.J. — An evil New Jersey man has been sentenced to 16 years in state prison for sexually assaulting a young boy enrolled in a day care center that his wife operated in their home. Prosecutors say Raymond Martin also received a concurrent four-year sentence for a related child endangerment charge. He also will have to register as a sex offender. The 49-year-old (pedophile) was convicted on the charges in April. His first trial had ended in a hung jury. The 4-year-old victim testified in both trials, saying Martin had “touched me in a private spot” in 2011.

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  • Atticus Finch, the crusading lawyer of “To Kill a Mockingbird,” whose principled fight against racism and inequality inspired generations of readers, is depicted in “Watchman” as an aging racist who once attended a Ku Klux Klan meeting, holds negative views about African-Americans and denounces desegregation efforts. “Do you want Negroes by the carload in our schools and churches and theaters? Do you want them in our world?”

   

How Come You Don’t Know About This Immigrant Near-Mass Murder At Stanford? - by Nicholas Stix
Ouyang XiangyuThe murderous actions of one man in Charleston, South Carolina are being exploited to transform American politics utterly, but an attempted mass murder by a member of the “model minority” continues to be almost totally unreported. Ouyang Xiangyu did not actually succeed in murdering four of her Stanford University lab mates—although immigrant mass murder is a regular occurrence—but Stanford covered up her crimes for months and still refuses to name her. Needless to say, the Main Stream Media is in the Political Correctness tank too.

   

 


    4 (predator blacks) charged with murder of White man found in parking lot
Phillip Lee BurgessDemetrian Alphonso Teal, James Edward Henderson Jr., Quentin Cornelius Teal and Reginald Lamont Jenkins. WADESBORO — Police on Friday identified a man whose body was found early this week and named four suspects arrested on murder charges in his killing. Wadesboro police arrested Quentin Cornelius Teal, 22, of Wadesboro; Demetrian Alphonso Teal, 19, also of Wadesboro; James Edward Henderson Jr., 19, of Cheraw, South Carolina; and Reginald Lamont Jenkins II, 19, of Morven, on Friday. The WPD and the State Bureau of Investigation identified the suspects’ motive as robbery. The men were charged with the felony first-degree murder of Phillip Lee Burgess, whose body was found in the parking lot of the Hair Shack, located on U.S. 74 East, just after midnight on Monday. All four suspects are being held without bond in the Anson County Jail. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Bail for (black) double murder suspect set at $2.1M despite attorney's 'no evidence' claim
Zachary Craven Meagan SmithAngie Hayden SEATTLE, Wash. — The lawyer for a man suspected of killing two women – including his grandmother - told a judge there’s no evidence linking his client to the crimes, so he should be let out of jail. Marcus Naylor, of Northwest Defenders, told King County Superior Court Judge Mark Chow in a downtown Seattle jail courtroom Thursday that he disagreed with probable cause arguments that his client, Zachary Damien Craven, had anything to do with the murders of two women earlier this week. Craven was arrested early Wednesday and is suspected of shooting 59-year old Angelika Hayden in Skyway and 21-year old Meagan Smith in Renton. Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Aubony Burns argued for a high bail, claiming a piggy bank connects Craven to Smith’s death. Burns said the fact Craven is Hayden’s grandson and has threatened to kill her before connects him to her death. According to court documents, both women died of gunshot wounds to the head. - (Black-on-white)
   
   
   
   

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    Man Accused Of Robbing, Beating Elderly Woman Found Guilty On All Counts
Greg HowardFranny TekavecGREENSBURG – The man accused of robbing and beating an elderly woman during home invasion in Westmoreland County has been found guilty on all counts. Gregory Howard, 47, of Monessen, was convicted Thursday evening by a jury on charges stemming from the violent home invasion last fall in Rostraver. Howard did not say anything after the verdict was handed down. He represented himself during the three-day trial; however, when asked by the judge after the conviction if he wanted a lawyer to help in his appeal of the verdict, he said “yes.” Howard was one of three men arrested following the October 2014 home invasion-robbery. The then-91-year-old victim was robbed and roughed up by the three suspects who pretended to be furniture delivery men. The trio made off with cash and jewelry. In the hushed courtroom when the verdict was read was the victim, Frances Tekavec. She remains in a wheelchair after suffering a fractured vertebra in her neck when she was shoved to the floor in the robbery. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Crime Stoppers: (Black) Man shoots (White female) clerk for no apparent reason
black shot White femaleCHARLOTTE, NC - There are serious concerns at the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) after a man shot a female hotel clerk for no apparent reason. Police are calling it a random act of violence, but it may be more than that. "This thing has really got the public disturbed," said CMPD Officer Tori Roddey. There is surveillance video from the Drury Inn on 415 West W.T. Harris Boulevard which shows a thin young man, dressed in camouflage shorts and matching Chicago Bulls hat with a bright red shirt, walking into the hotel office. Immediately, he pulled out a handgun and shot the hotel clerk in the chest. "Thank God it went straight through her shoulder area," Officer Roddey said. "A few inches down and she could have been in trouble." After shooting her, the gunman ran out of the hotel, and never tried to rob the place. So why did he walk in and shoot her? Was there some sort of connection between the two? "From what we've gathered so far, there's no connection," Roddey said. Oddly, this same man was seen actually robbing the Rodeway Inn on West Sugar Creek just 40 minutes earlier. He pulled his gun, but didn't use it. Quietly, police sources say this may have been a gang initiation since the shooter was wearing red, a notorious gang color. - (Black-on-white)

    Alleged accomplice charged with murder in shootout with former KHON2 anchor’s husband
Skyy Durrell BarrsTomorio WaltonChuck de Caro and wife Lynne RussellALBUQUERQUE – The Albuquerque Police Department has arrested a man they say caused the death of 27-year-old Tomorio Walton. Walton was shot and killed by a former CNN reporter during a robbery. Walton was violating his parole out of Memphis, Tennessee. Walton’s alleged accomplice, Skyy Durrell Barrs, was arrested Thursday. Police say Barrs was in on the robbery and was there that night watching. On June 30, Lynne Russell said Walton forced her into her motel room at gunpoint, where her husband, former CNN reporter, Chuck de Caro was shot. Walton demanded some of their belongings, but got angry when it took them too long and started shooting. De Caro shot back, killing him. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Elizabeth man accused of killing 7 people in 2 different states
Todd WestTrevor Gray, Kory Ketrow and Francine RamosALLENTOWN, Pa. — A New Jersey man is accused of killing seven people, some of whom died during a wild robbery and murder spree over the weekend in Pennsylvania, according to officials. Police arrested Elizabeth man Todd West, 22, and charged him with seven counts of murder and multiple weapons charges. Prosecutor Grace Park called the killing spree “unprecedented.”
   
   

    (Black) Suspect arrested in Government Square assault
Raeshaun HandCincy rioterWhite victim of black mob attackCINCINNATI -- Video of the beating of a man at Government Square on Independence Day led to the arrest of one suspect. Raeshaun Hand, 19, is charged with felonious assault. Police believe he's one of the people seen on the video hitting and kicking Christopher McKnight. McKnight suffered a concussion, a broken nose and had to get stitches. People called for hate crime charges to be filed in the case. Deborah Dixon spoke to Joe Deters, who doesn't believe the beating meets the requirements of the ethnic intimidation law. Deters says McKnight was intoxicated and he had his wallet hanging out of his pocket. Deters said McKnight was robbed and he kept coming back, motioning as if he wanted to keep fighting. What he was saying was, “I want my stuff back.” Deters also said he was going after the men in that video. If it's felonious assault and robbery, that's much more serious than ethnic intimidation. Hand was arraigned on Friday, July 10. A judge ordered him held on $100,000 bond. According to court papers, Hand admitted to participating in the assault. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

    Shock Footage Shows (black) UPS Driver Kicking Small Dog Moments Before He ‘Clobbered’ the Animal’s Owner
victims of black UPS driverATASCADERO, Calif. -- A UPS driver kicked a man's dog during a delivery, and the incident was caught on camera. Security video shows the driving kicking a small white dog. Then, when the dog's owner approaches, the driver is seen pushing him. It happened Monday outside an Alzheimer's home in Atascadero where the dog's owner works. The man says his ribs were injured and that he needed medical attention. - (Black-on-white)

    Man accused of assaulting roommate
Gregory Atkins EUSTIS — A 32-year-old Eustis man faces three charges after he reportedly groped his roommate and shook his private parts at her, police said. Gregory Atkins was charged with battery, exposure of sexual organs and resisting arrest. He remains in the Lake County jail in lieu of $3,000 bond. A woman told police she had moved into a Eustis Street apartment with Atkins and a female roommate only a couple of days ago when he came into her bedroom, grabbed her buttocks and said, “You know I want you.” He then acted like he was leaving before turning around and waving his sexual organ at her, an arrest affidavit states.

    Niagara Falls man arrested for attempted rape
Anthony BrinsonNIAGARA FALLS, NY -- Police have arrested a man for trying to rape a 67-year-old woman in Niagara Falls. According to police, on July 3rd, Anthony Brinson broke into the woman's house and attempted to rape her over the course of three hours. Brinson eventually left the house and the victim was transported to Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center for evaluation. While detectives collected evidence from the scene, they found a Master Card and a New York State Benefit Card with Brinson's name and photo.

    (Black Haitian) DHS security guard accused of child rape
Gregory GeneusSILVER SPRING, Md. - A man hired to protect one of the nation's most notable law enforcement agencies is accused of violating two young members of his own family. Montgomery County Police say Gregory Geneus, 30, of Silver Spring, repeatedly raped his 13-year-old stepdaughter (Victim A) for nearly a decade. They also allege he inappropriately touched the girl's 12-year-old sister (Victim B) on a number of occasions. Investigators say Geneus began having sexual intercourse with Victim A when she was only six-years-old. The family lived in Orlando, Florida at the time. They moved to Fort Hood, Texas the following year and ultimately relocated to Silver Spring, Maryland in early 2012. Geneus, a Haitian native, has a Facebook account, on which he touts having previously worked for the Bell County, Texas Sheriff's Office. His job description while employed there remains unknown.

    (Black) Nursing home employee charged with attempted rape
Molokai McClentonST. LOUIS - An employee at a St. Louis nursing home is facing attempted rape charges Monday. Police say Molokai McClenton, 35, isolated a co-worker against a wall, overpowered her and attempted to rape her on June 5. For the incident, he was charged with first degree attempted rape and two counts of first degree attempted sodomy. At this point, police say they have no reason to believe any patients at the Green Valley Nursing & Rehabilitation Center were physically or sexually assaulted, but if anyone has knowledge of any other incidents involving McClenton, they are asking that you contact the St. Louis County Police Department at 314-889-2341.

    (Black) Man faces charges for taking Detroit girl on 'sex tour'
Kevin KeysDetroit — A California man nicknamed "Stac A Dollar" is facing federal sex trafficking and child pornography charges in the case of a 16-year-old girl who was kidnapped during the Detroit Jazz Fest and taken on a cross-country sex tour. Federal court records offer insight into the $32 billion global human trafficking industry in a case involving a girl who ended up being sold online for sex with customers while authorities in Michigan scrambled to find her. Kevin Keys, 37, of Los Angeles, faces up to life in federal prison if convicted of crimes that include sex trafficking, transporting a minor for prostitution and producing child pornography.

    Woman viciously raped on MLK Blvd.; Suspect held on $1-Million bond
Richard WitherowCHATTANOOGA, Tennessee - A Chattanooga man is being held on a $1-million bond after a woman told police he repeatedly beat her while raping her in public. Richard James Witherow, 46, of Chattanooga has been charged with one count of aggravated rape. According to the arrest affidavit, the incident happened Sunday night in the 400 block of West MLK Blvd. When police arrived on scene, the victim was half dressed and showed signs of physical trauma to her face and neck.
   

    Police: DNA links (black) man to rape of 73-year-old
Jerald HoneycuttBLOOMINGTON, Ind. — A man has been arrested after police say he sexually assaulted a senior citizen back in June. Jerald Honeycutt, 34, of Bloomington, was charged with rape, burglary, intimidation, confinement and strangulation after a 73-year-old woman was assaulted. Bloomington police linked Honeycutt through the use of DNA analysis. The assault reportedly happened in an apartment on the south side of Bloomington. The victim said she woke up to a man standing over her with his hand over her mouth and an arm across her throat. She said he sexually assaulted her in her living room and in her bedroom.

    Police: Man posed as Atlanta rapper, allegedly raped 2 women
Aaron HallA man who posed on Facebook as an Atlanta rapper allegedly lured two women to an Alabama park where he raped and robbed them. The man represented himself as rapper Issa Thompson, according to al.com. Thompson, 20, is regarded as a popular, up-and-coming young talent in the hip hop industry. Aaron Hall, 20, was jailed and charged with first-degree rape, two counts of first-degree sodomy and one count of first-degree robbery, the site reported.

 

   
   

   

Illegal Alien Arrested On Gun Charge
Rogelio Lopez-Luria(JASPER) - Jasper police arrested 26-year old Rogelio Lopez-Luria of Washington on Tuesday afternoon on a federal warrant charging him with possession of a firearm by an illegal alien. The Jasper Police Department say they assisted by U. S. Homeland Security agents happened at Lopez-Luria place of employment in Jasper. Lopez-Luria was taken to the Dubois County Security Center. Custody was later transferred to U. S. Federal agents. - (Invasion!)


   

'Illegal immigrant' charged with groping 2 girls at Michigan's Adventure
Eliazar Rivas-RodriguezMUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – An Indiana resident called an "illegal immigrant" on court documents has been charged with sexually groping two 17-year-old girls on the Fourth of July in a Michigan's Adventure wave pool. Eliazar Rivas-Rodriguez, 29, of Middlebury, Indiana, was arraigned Tuesday, July 7, on two counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct involving force or coercion. The arraignment was conducted through a Spanish-speaking interpreter, according to court records. - (Invasion!)


   

   

 

 
  • NYPD traffic cop assaulted by thugs
    A veteran NYPD traffic agent says he was beaten by three thugs in Queens while trying to tow an illegally parked motorcycle. Netanel Isakov, 21; Edik Isakov, 55; and Nissim Isakov, 25; all of Queens, were charged with felony assault and harassment, police sources said.

 


    Victim's family upset as murder suspect is released on bail
Raheem ThorpeLauren BachST. LOUIS, Mo. - The man who allegedly murdered a woman in a south St. Louis home has been released from jail on bond, leaving the victim’s family is angry and scared. Accused of brutally murdering 24-year-old Lauren Bach last summer, 43-year-old Raheem Thorpe was released from jail on Thursday after making bail. “For this to happen almost a year to the day that the crime was committed is heartbreaking and it’s scary,” said a family member of Bach, who did not want to be identified. In early June 2014, Bach was found dead in a bathtub with blunt force trauma to her head, neck and back. Thorpe was arrested shortly after on charges of first degree murder. “She was a lovely girl and fun and she belonged to something much bigger than her drug addiction: a family. She had nieces and nephews and she didn’t deserve to die in this way,” said Bach’s relative. Authorities said Bach and Thorpe knew one another and were engaged in a fight over drugs when she was killed. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Lansing man, 64, charged in stabbing death of (white) woman
Kenneth Dale ClarkRegina Marie ChristensenLANSING – A 64-year-old Lansing man has been charged in connection with the stabbing death of a woman in a south Lansing apartment on Sunday. Kenneth Dale Clark was arraigned on a murder charge in 54A District Court and is being held without bond in the Ingham County Jail. He is accused of stabbing Regina Christensen, 53, at Cedar Place Apartments on West Jolly Road, Lansing police Capt. Daryl Green said. She was dead when police arrived about 6:15 p.m., he said. Green would not say how many times Christensen was stabbed or describe her injuries. Police recovered a knife at the scene, he said. Clark was arrested at the scene on Sunday. He and Christensen knew each other, although the nature of their relationship was unclear, Green said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Two (black) men arrested for fatal shooting of man walking to work
Maurice Jaquwan Miller, 18, and Shykiem Universal Smith, 18Maurice Jaquwan Miller, 18, and Shykiem Universal Smith, 18Rickey Daniel BakerRICHLAND COUNTY, SC Two men were charged Tuesday in the shooting death of 26-year-old Rickey Daniel Baker as he walked to the bus on the way to work last Thursday. Maurice Jaquwan Miller, 18, and Shykiem Universal Smith, 18, were taken into custody Tuesday, one day after Richland County authorities released surveillance video footage of a gold 2005 or 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer. The occupants of the vehicle were believed to have information regarding the shooting, Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said. Baker was shot and killed in an armed robbery Thursday morning as he walked to the bus stop on the way to work, Lott said. - (Black-on-white)
   

 

    Cobb County DA: Shooting (of black man) was justified
Nicholas ThomasCOBB COUNTY, Ga. -- A Cobb County Grand Jury has ruled that a Smyrna police officer's fatal shooting of 23-year-old Nicholas Thomas was justified. "The loss of life is unfortunate, and I sincerely sympathize with Mr. Thomas's survivors. But when he drove the vehicle toward officers in the manner he did, the officer who fired the shots was justified under the law to use lethal force," Cobb County District Attorney Vic Reynolds said Thursday. "Police officers in Georgia are authorized to fire their weapons to protect themselves or others from immediate bodily harm. That is what happened in this case."
   

    Black Man posing as masseuse offers services to undercover cop, police say
Dwayne BrandonA man posing on the Internet as a woman offered his massage services to an undercover cop, police said. Lantana police arrested Dwayne Brandon, 24, on Monday. Police said the undercover officer connected with Brandon via Backpage.com, a website popular among escort services. Brandon advertised himself as a woman named "Mistress Creammy Juicy," according to the arrest report. The officer on Monday called the number listed and talked to Brandon, who agreed to meet him at the Super 8 Motel. Brandon encouraged the officer to take off his clothes so Brandon could perform a massage, according to the report.
   
  • Man claiming to be masseur arrested
    Dwayne Brandon was seen meeting with several women in a Lantana motel on Hypoloxo Road Monday night. The women told police Brandon repeatedly tried to get them naked before any massage.

    Police: Naked black woman assaulted two at apartment pool
Morgan AreshchenkoAUSTIN – Police say a naked woman attacked two people at a North Austin apartment pool in late June. One woman was pushed and held under water, and another was hit with a rock, according to an arrest warrant filed Thursday. Police say Morgan Areshchenko, 31, arrived nude at her apartment complex pool on North Hills Drive near MoPac. One woman already at the pool with her two children allegedly asked Areshchenko to put on some clothes. And that’s when Areshchenko allegedly responded by pushing the woman in the pool, jumping in after her, holding her head under water by her neck, and punching her. After dunking and punching the one woman, police said Areshchenko threw a 3- to 5-inch-wide stone at the employee who was running away.
   

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Puerto Rican Drug Dealer Gets 66 Years in Officer Shooting
Eric TorresEdward DaviesA judge has sentenced a 33-year-old man to at least 66 years in jail for charges related to the shooting and disabling of a Philadelphia police officer. Common Pleas Court Judge Charles Ehrlich sentenced Eric Torres Wednesday on charges stemming from the shooting of 43-year-old Edward Davies. Erlich called Torres a "gun-toting drug-dealing career criminal" and said the state sentencing guidelines did not account for people like him. Jurors acquitted Torres of attempted murder in March but convicted him on aggravated assault, weapon and drug counts. Ehrlich cited Torres' history of arrests since arriving in Philadelphia from Puerto Rico in 2004.

   

 

 
 

 

 

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  • Soaring Vancouver home prices spur anger toward foreign buyers - (Drudge)
    Last summer, a small anti-immigration group covered up Chinese symbols on real estate signs in the affluent suburb of West Vancouver with stickers reading "Please Respect Canada's Official Languages." And police are investigating incidents on neighboring Vancouver Island, where anti-Chinese pamphlets appeared in affluent neighborhoods and signs for Chinese real estate agents were defaced with racial epithets and messages like "Go home" and "Not welcome".


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    (Black) Maintenance worker gets 30 years in murder of (Whtie female) Reisterstown leasing manager
Rashaan Williams Melinda Maltese SchaeferA former maintenance worker at a Reisterstown townhouse complex was sentenced Tuesday to 30 years in prison in the 2013 murder of the property's leasing manager. Rashaan Williams, 29, had been convicted in April of second-degree murder in the death of Melinda Maltese Schaefer, according to the Baltimore County state's attorney's office. Schaefer, 29, was found stabbed to death at the leasing office of the Townes at Harvest View townhouses in Reisterstown in June 2013. Prosecutors believed that Williams was worried about keeping his job because he had been reprimanded. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Manslaughter charge upgraded to murder for black man accused of beating his white girlfriend to death
Justin L. DavisJessica Brandy HueyPANAMA CITY — Charges have been upgraded to second-degree murder for a local man accused of beating his girlfriend to death, according to court records. Justin L. Davis, 28, faced a charge of manslaughter in connection with the August 2014 death of his live-in girlfriend, 31-year-old Jessica Brandy Huey. After a state hospital deemed him competent to stand trial, however, prosecutors filed new charges of second-degree murder against Davis, arguing he was of a “depraved mind” at the time of Huey’s death, court records indicated. According to amended information prosecutors filed in June, Davis allegedly killed Huey on Aug. 19 by striking her on the face and head. Officials reported those blows broke Huey’s neck, but Davis did not call for medical attention. The series of events “exhibited a depraved mind without regard for human life,” although the alleged actions were not premeditated, the prosecution argued. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Judge won’t dismiss jury pool because of diversity
Tyrone Washington JrJustina Marie SmithFORT DODGE | The issue of lack of racial diversity in the jury pool in the first-degree murder trial of a Northwood African-American man was raised again Tuesday. However, it appears this time the trial of Tyrone Washington Jr., 41, will continue, unlike in May when his first scheduled trial was halted due to a lack of African-Americans on the jury. Washington is charged in the August 2013 stabbing of his ex-girlfriend, Justina Smith, 30, in Swensrud Park in Northwood. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    App helps police arrest (black) Hermitage robbery suspect
David SmithMelanie MundyNASHVILLE, Tenn. – The “Find My iPhone” application helped police catch a robbery suspect in Hermitage. According to an affidavit, David Smith was arrested early Monday morning after he allegedly stole a woman’s purse from her shopping cart from a Kroger shopping center. Melanie Mundy was loading groceries into her car on Sunday when a black Chevrolet Yukon pulled by as someone inside the vehicle grabbed her purse. The 66-year-old woman and two time cancer survivor realized what was happening and also reached for it, holding on and being dragged, the report stated. Mundy fell down, breaking her arm. She also sustained bruises and scrapes all over her body and may have to undergo surgery for her broken arm. “The one thing I guess probably fooled him is I did not have a single dollar in my purse. I don’t even know if I had any change,” Mundy recalled. - (Black-on-white)

    3 Teens Sentenced in Caught on Cam Philly Gas Station Beating
feral black youthferal black youthferal black youthTRobert Barneshree juveniles are being remanded to juvenile detention centers in an attack at a north Philadelphia gas station that left a homeless man in a coma. Common Pleas Judge Robert Rebstock on Tuesday ordered a 14-year-old boy to a secured juvenile facility in western Pennsylvania. The judge sought more information, including psychiatric assessments, before deciding on the placement of a 12-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy. The three pleaded guilty last month in Family Court to aggravated assault and conspiracy in the April 7 attack on 51-year-old Robert Barnes. Prosecutors dropped other counts, including attempted murder. Barnes remains in a coma and has pneumonia and other infections. Three adult women have also been charged in the case. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Police Arrest 3rd (Black) Woman in Caught on Camera Beating at Olney Gas Station
    Kaisha DugginsAleathea Gilliard and Shareena Joachim Police arrested Kaisha Duggins, 24, on Friday. A Judge later arraigned the Olney woman on attempted murder, aggravated assault, possessing instruments of crime and related offenses, according to court records. Shareena Joachim, 24, and Aleathea Gillard, 34, also face attempted murder, aggravated assault, possessing instruments of crime and related offenses.

    Court Appearance for Woman Arrested after Ofc. Orozco Shot
Erica Coppage-WilliamsMarcus WheelerOfficer Kerrie OrozcoWhen Omaha Police Officer Kerrie Orozco was shot and killed, Erica Coppage-Williams was arrested near the scene. Coppage-Williams appeared in court Tuesday morning in Omaha. Coppage-Williams and Marcus Wheeler had a child together. Wheeler is the man who shot and killed Officer Orozco. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Houston man accused of exposing himself in restaurant in front of children
Major WrightHOUSTON - A Houston man was arrested after allegedly exposing himself to customers, including two children, at a restaurant. The alleged incident happened on July 6 at a restaurant in the 14000 block of S. Post Oak. According to the Houston Police Department, Major Wright was dancing to music in the restaurant when he pulled his pants down and exposed himself. Investigators say Wright ran out of the restaurant when people started screaming. According to HPD, there was an 11-year-old girl and a 14-year-old girl in the restaurant at the time; so Wright faces charges of child indecency.

    Chief at Women's Prison Accused of Having Sex With (Female) Inmate
Fred Way IIIDelaware State Police have charged the security chief at Delaware's only women's prison with having sex with an inmate. Troopers say 50-year-old Fred Way III, superintendent at the Baylor Women's Correctional Institution in New Castle, surrendered at Troop 2 Tuesday afternoon. He was charged with two counts of sexual relations in a detention facility and one count of official misconduct. State Police detectives say an inmate at Baylor told prison officials last month that she had sex with Way. Troopers say at least two incidents occurred, dating to June 12.

    Black Sports: Former Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Donovan McNabb Arrested for 2nd DUI
Donovan McNabbFormer Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb was arrested after a DUI crash in Arizona late last month, authorities said. McNabb, 39, rear-ended another car at a red light in Gilbert, Arizona on the night of June 28, police said. Gilbert is about 35 miles southeast of Phoenix. This is the second time McNabb was arrested for DUI. He was sentenced to one-day in an Arizona jail for a DUI arrest in late 2013. He also underwent court-mandated alcohol treatment. - (Black Sports)

   

   


    $100K offered in (White) woman’s 2012 murder at Duluth rental car facility (by black man)
black killerMonique MarloweNo credible tips. No real leads. No suspects named, charged or arrested. Nearly three years have passed since Monique Marlowe was shot and left to die in the back of a rental car, and they’ve been quiet ones. The 25-year-old — third in her class at Winder’s Apalachee High School and an honors graduate of the University of Georgia — gave Gwinnett authorities a vague description of her assailant before she passed, but that’s all there is. A black man, a blue shirt and no answers. On Sept. 12, 2012, Monique Marlowe was vacuuming a vehicle in a back lot at the Hertz Rent-A-Car on Duluth’s Satellite Boulevard, a place where she’d taken a job during the post-collegiate search for something bigger and better. While reaching across the car’s backseat, Marlowe was approached by the still-unknown suspect, assaulted and shot in the stomach. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Woman Fatally Shot (by Black man) While Walking With Boyfriend In Hollywood
black suspectCarrie MelvinHOLLYWOOD — Police Monday were investigating the circumstances surrounding the shooting death of a woman in Hollywood. According to the Los Angeles Police Department, officers were sent shortly after midnight to the 6700 block of Sunset Boulevard for reports of a shooting victim. Upon their arrival, police located a woman in her early 30s lying on a sidewalk suffering from an apparent gunshot wound to her head. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The victim’s name is Carrie Melvin. Her age was not immediately known. Investigators say no words were exchanged during the attack, which they do not believe was random. “The suspect approached from behind and shot her. She collapsed and died at the scene,” Skaggs said, adding that police have spoken to the victim’s boyfriend. “He stayed to help her and got help and dealt with it there instead of going after the bad guy,” he said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police identify 2nd suspect in Ontario cellphone death
Mohamed Ibrahim SailMuhab Sultanaly SultanJeremy CookPolice in Ontario are seeking a second suspect in the death of a young man who was killed after tracked down a missing cellphone. London Police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for Mohamed Ibrahim Sail, 24, of Calgary, on charges of second-degree murder in connection with the death of 18-year-old Jeremy Ryan Cook. Police said Sail is dangerous and should not be approached. Instead, they ask anyone who may have seen Sail to contact police or Crime Stoppers. Another murder suspect, Muhab Sultanaly Sultan, 23, was found dead in Ottawa's Rideau River, just over a week ago. London Police said they have identified a third individual seen leaving the area where the homicide occurred on June 14, but noted that individual has not cooperated with police. Cook was shot multiple times after he tracked down his missing cellphone using a lost-phone application and confronted three men in a car, according to police. - (Black-on-white) - (Canada)
   

    Report: (Black) Man wanted on rape, attempted murder charges in Pennsylvania captured in Broward
Richard E. Jackson IIA man wanted in western Pennsylvania on charges including rape and attempted homicide was arrested Monday night in Broward County, the Beaver County (Pa.) Times reported. Police had been searching for Richard E. Jackson II, 35, since a June 30 incident in the borough of Rochester, about 25 miles northwest of Pittsburgh. Police said Jackson raped a woman four times and then ran from officers and attempted to hide in at least two different homes.
   
  • Rochester man wanted for rape caught in Florida
  • Man accused of raping girlfriend, assaulting others arrested in Florida
    Joshua Babyok and Amber SudersRochester Borough police say the man who allegedly raped his girlfriend early July 2 and then broke into three homes to hide was apprehended in Florida Monday. Inside the third home, which Jackson entered to hide, police said he assaulted a woman and her child. That woman stabbed Jackson before he left her residence. He had been on the run since early Tuesday morning. Amber Suders and her boyfriend, Joshua Babyok, said they were woken up by some commotion Tuesday and realized Jackson was in their home. The couple confronted him, and they said he offered them $20 to use their house as a hiding spot. However, Suders called the police, and the man ran away. - (Black-on-white)

    2 (cowardly black thugs) Arrested In Connection With New Kensington Shoemaker Robbery
cowardly black thugcowardly black thugGene MontemurroNEW KENSINGTON – Two people have been arrested in connection with a robbery at a shoe repair shop in Westmoreland County. According to police, 16-year-old Nasir Howard and 18-year-old Carlito Spence were charged with robbery and conspiracy Monday night. The incident happened at Gene’s Shoe Service on Fifth Avenue on June 26. Police say the suspects robbed the business at gunpoint and hit store owner, 82-year-old Gene Montemurro, in the back of the head. The two suspects took money out of Montemurro’s pocket, as well as cash from the register. Last week, several hundred people gathered outside of the shop to show their support for Montemurro. Local political leaders, a church choir and the Valley High School football team were among those in attendance. Also in attendance were some of Montemurro’s customers and he has a lot after more than 60 years in business. Montemurro said he was considering retiring next year, but it’ll likely be sooner. “I’ll be out in the end of the year,” Montemurro said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police Arrest Suspect In Throat Slashing Murder Of Elderly Woman
Leroy WilsonRegina Brunner-HolmesPHILADELPHIA –Police have arrested 37 year-old Leroy Wilson for the brutal murder of an elderly woman who was found dead with her throat slashed in East Mount Airy. Philadelphia police said the body of 85-year-old Regina Brunner-Holmes was discovered Monday inside a first floor bedroom of her home along Roumfort Road. Authorities arrested Wilson early Saturday morning at the home of a girlfriend at Brown Street in Norristown. He’s charged with murder for the beating and stabbing death of Regina Brunner-Holmes. “It was very brutal,” said Homicide Captain James Clark. “I mean you have an 85-year-old female that can’t defend herself. She’s beaten and she’s stabbed multiple times and ultimately, her throat was slit.”
   


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