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  ARCHIVE for 6 January 2016

  Eric Jamal Johnson Eric Jamal Johnson: 5 Fast Facts - (language)
1. The (black) Men Told Mutschlechner & Her Friends They Wanted to ‘F**k Them’ & Were Turned Down, Police Say
2. Johnson Was With the Rap Group Who Played at the Party, Police Say
Police said they found photos of the Daytona Boyz members, Tay-K and PimpyZ, with Santana Sage, later identified as Eric Jamal Johnson. The photos and videos showed them performing at the party and in the SUV. Johnson was wearing a red sweatshirt with the words “F**k Everybody” on it, police said.
3. He Joined the Marines in 2013 & Is Based in Arizona
4. Johnson’s Friend Told a North Texas Student the Victim ‘Was at the Wrong Place Wrong Time’
5. Mutschlechner Was a Movie Lover & Was Studying Film
- (Black-on-white)
Sara Mutschlechner
    'I'm living day to day' - boyfriend's grief over sorority girl shot dead 'by Marine' after rap group in SUV 'sexually harassed her and her female passenger'
  • Sara Mutschlechner was driving friends home in Denton, Texas when rappers who were at same party drew alongside
  • One of the five men in the SUV allegedly said he wanted to 'f***'  both Sara and the other girl in the car and words were exchanged
  • Marine Cpl Eric Jamal Johnson has been charged with murder after allegedly shooting Sarah, 20
  • Now her boyfriend Brice Riddell tells Daily Mail Online of his grief and says: 'It's just crazy to imagine how everything can be gone in a moment.'
  • He was with her until an hour before the incident  - other members of rap group in the SUV have not been arrested
 

    Police find stolen pickup truck used in murder of Hoover father, husband, Iraq veteran
black male suspectblack male suspectblack male suspectblack male suspectMichael "Mike" Gilotti Michael "Mike" Gilotti, a 33-year-old husband, father and Iraq war veteran, was shot to death about 4:55 a.m. just outside his home in the 5500 block of Park Side Circle in Hoover's Lake Cyrus subdivision. He was heading to the gym for a morning workout when police believe he encountered one or more suspects breaking into his car. One shot was fired, and Gilotti collapsed on his doorstep. He was later pronounced dead on the scene. It was also reported that four unknown black male suspects were seen walking away from the truck and getting into a dark colored Jeep Cherokee. Anyone with information about a group of males riding in a Jeep Cherokee in this area is urged to contact police. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Girl, 5, sodomized while mom was prostituting herself in the next room, police say
Orlando HowardA 5-year-old girl was sexually assaulted while her mother was prostituting herself in the next room at a Pleasant Grove home, police said today. The mother is now charged, as is the convicted sex offender police say assaulted the young girl. They picked up the mother, a 34-year-old Birmingham woman, and she showed them the house where the assault happened. She admitted she was "turning tricks" and had her daughter with her. The incident happened Dec. 8. Reid said there were two men at the home. While the mother was in one room with a man, another man was sodomizing the girl. The mother heard her daughter crying and went to check on her and found the assault in progress. She failed to report it to authorities. The mother is charged with child abuse – failure to protect. Orlando Howard, 51, of Dolomite, is charged with two counts of first-degree sodomy of a minor child under the age of 12.

    Employee charged with rape of resident at NC assisted living facility
Ernest McDonald Beatty, Jr MOORESVILLE, NC - An employee at an assisted living facility in Mooresville was arrested Tuesday and charged with multiple counts of rape against a resident. Ernest McDonald Beatty, Jr is charged with three counts of second-degree rape and one count of second-degree sexual offense. Police say the charges involve the assault of a female resident in her early 60s at Crown Colony Assisted Living, on Commercial Drive in Mooresville. Officials said staff called police to report the assault. Investigators said Beatty was an employee and licensed Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) at the facility. Iredell County DSS Adult Protective Services was called to help with the investigation.

    (Black) Attacker pummels man on Christmas Eve in Bronx bodega
black attackerA 61-year-old Bronx man was pummeled to the ground in a Bronx bodega on Christmas Eve after he bumped into another customer. The attacker was caught on surveillance video on Dec. 24 inside the shop on East Tremont Avenue near Hector Lavoe Boulevard in Tremont, throwing several punches at the 61-year-old man, shoving him to the ground, and throwing a nearby shopping cart on top of him at around 7 p.m., police said. The suspect fled the scene and is described as a 5-foot-11 black male wearing a white Gap sweatshirt.

    11 children lived in Steelton home filled with feces, trash, raw meat: Police
Tyree R. FluellenA Steelton man was arrested on Tuesday after police said they found the home he lived in with his 11 children was full of trash, feces, flies, raw meat and more. Tyree R. Fluellen, 29, was arrested Tuesday on a warrant issued during the summer after officers and Dauphin County Children and Youth Services made the discovery. Officers found maggots overflowing in trash cans inside the home, police said. And both the toilets and bathtubs in the home were filled with feces. Six of the children living in the house contracted Shigella, a bacteria that causes diarrhea and can be present when multiple persons live in close quarters with poor sanitation.

    Police looking to identify (black) persons of interest in violent assault on Metro Red Line train
suspect 'youfs'WASHINGTON - Metro Transit Police have released surveillance images of six persons of interest sought as part of an aggravated assault investigation on a Red Line train in December. According to police, a group of juveniles attacked a man onboard a Metro train in the area of the NoMa–Gallaudet U station on Dec. 21 at around 5 p.m. The violent assault stemmed from an apparent attempted robbery of a book bag, according to Metro. The victim was hospitalized and suffered non-life-threatening injuries, Metro said. A person who wrote on a neighborhood listserv described the victim as being knocked out during the assault and possibly suffered a broken jaw.

  Dark Crimes

    (Black) Woman told cops she ‘rescued’ baby by carving her out of slain mom
TAshleigh Wadehe Bronx woman who carved the baby out of her childhood friend with a kitchen knife and then claimed the child was her own told cops she “rescued” the newborn out of motherly love. “I sat there thinking about my child that died and thought that I couldn’t have any more children so I rescued the baby,” Ashleigh Wade told cops after she was arrested for stabbing mom-to-be Angelikque Sutton to death last year.
   

   
  • Illegal Alien Accused of Attacking Border Patrol Agent with Baton
    MCALLEN, Texas — An illegal alien from Mexico is accused of attacking a U.S. Border Patrol agent by punching him, biting him and beating him with a baton. The man even tried to reach for the agent’s locked rifle from his SUV. Edgar Hugo Munoz, a 26-year-old illegal alien from Mexico is currently in federal custody as he awaits his initial hearing before a U.S. Magistrate Judge this week. During the struggle, Munoz continued wrestling and began to punch the agent in the face various times. The illegal alien also bit the agent on the arm.

   

   

Employee fatally stabbed (by dark-skinned Hispanic) while working at NYC McDonald’s
dark-skinned Hispanic killerAdam GarciaWanted posters featuring a surveillance photo and a police sketch of the homeless man who murdered a McDonald’s employee were posted at the Bronx burger joint Tuesday. Four signs were taped on the doors — warning customers to watch out for the vagrant, who was described as a dark-skinned Hispanic man between 5-foot-4 and 5-6 with a stocky build. A makeshift memorial with candles and flowers was erected outside the eatery for Adam Garcia, 28, who was stabbed to death early Monday.

   

   

(Hispanic) Husband was on run after shooting wife in Christmas marital spat - now charged with attempted murder
Rafael Herrera A Bronx man who allegedly shot his wife on Christmas morning while his kids slept and then fled to Maryland was charged Tuesday with attempted murder. Rafael Herrera fired two shots at Yadira Saavedra Perea, left her bleeding and “walked out as if it were a routine day,” Assistant DA Kathryn Falasca said. Herrera had previously threatened to kill his wife while showing her a picture of a firearm, prosecutors said.


 

    (White female) Jewel stickup artist and her (black) accomplice sought after sixth heist across five southern states, FBI says
thiefthiefThe white woman — in her late 20s or early 30s — is shown in a surveillance photo the feds shared wearing tight black leggings, a blue jacket and a white headband as she entered the store - and the FBI needs your help to get her behind bars. The feds consider both the woman and her collaborator, a 6-foot, 250-pound black man in his late 30s or early 40s, armed and dangerous.
   
   

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    (White) Long Island woman carjacked, abducted (by black man) in Pennsylvania speaks out about ordeal
Rachel StephensonRachel StephensonRaliek Aminkal ChambersGREENPORT, Long Island -- A young woman from our area who was carjacked and kidnapped in eastern Pennsylvania is speaking out about her terrifying experience. Rachel Stephenson's daring escape was caught on camera, and she said that she knew she had to do something if she wanted to live. "I felt like the whole world got lifted off my shoulders," her father, Brett Stephenson, said. It is a feeling that he will never forget, after Rachel, 23, called home minutes after making her move. Surveillance video from the service station where she made her getaway shows her running from the car seconds before the carjacker took off. And Brett will never forget what he told her. "Just that I love her, that she was my hero," he said. Rachel was returning from Greenport in Sufflok County to graduate school at SUNY Binghamton last Wednesday when police say Raliek Chambers jumped into her car as she was filling it with gas. "She tried grabbing her kittens, and he grabbed her and told her that she was going for the ride with him," Brett said. Rachel said that she struggled for two hours to keep calm. "Several times, I had said, 'You know, I can get out right now, I will not call the police, you can keep my phone, I won't say anything,'" she said. "And he said, 'No, you're my hostage. They won't shoot a young black kid in the car if there's a pretty white girl in the passenger seat.'" When they stopped for gas, she made a break for it. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Marine arrested in fatal New Year’s shooting of (White female) college student
Eric Jamal JohnsonSara MutschlechnerDALLAS — A Marine stationed in Arizona was arrested Tuesday in the early New Year’s Day fatal shooting of a North Texas college student, authorities said. The US Marine Corps said in a statement that Cpl. Eric Johnson was taken into custody at the north gate of the Marine Corps air station in Yuma, Arizona. Police in Denton, Texas, said he was arrested on a murder warrant in the death of 20-year-old Sara Mutschlechner. Mutschlechner, a student at the University of North Texas in Denton, 40 miles northwest of Dallas, was fatally shot in the head after an exchange of words between people in the vehicle she was driving and a group of five or six (black) men in a sport utility vehicle, according to police. - (Black-on-white)
   

    San Francisco police seek (black) person of interest in deadly beating of (elderly White) artist
suspected black killerStuart JacksonSan Francisco police hope new video will lead them to the person responsible for the deadly beating of an elderly artist. Police released surveillance video of a man they say is a person of interest. Officers say the attack was unprovoked and happened in the middle of the day at the busy intersection of Van Ness and Market. On December 5, 74-year-old Stuart Jackson was waiting for a bus when police say a man punched him so hard he fell to the ground and hit his head. He died a week later. His dead has left a void in the community. "I'm still in shock over Stuart's death. Everybody I talk to, we're just sickened about what happened to him," San Francisco resident Richard Weinberger said. If you recognize the person in the video, please call San Francisco police. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black African migrant) sentenced for killing 97-year-old (White man) with spatula
Ngor Peter MakueyRupert F. "Andy" AndersonDES MOINES, Iowa —A Des Moines man who beat an elderly neighbor to death was sentenced Monday in a Polk County court. Last month, a judge found Ngor Makuey, 20, guilty of first-degree murder. Makuey broke into the home of Rupert and Harriet Anderson and attacked the couple, killing Rupert with a metal spatula. Makuey's attorney used the insanity defense during the trial, but witnesses say they saw no signs of mental illness. Makuey received a sentence of life in prison plus two years sentence for Count 2 as well as ordered to pay a restitution of $150,000. Count 2 is assault with intent to commit serious injury. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Tulsa Police Identify Victim, (Black) Suspects In First Homicide Of 2016
black suspectsTULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa police have released the name of the victim and two suspects connected to the first homicide of 2016. Investigators said 19-year-old Kyle Stapleton was shot in the chest at the Cobblestone Apartments in the 4900 block of South 76th East Avenue at about 8:11 p.m. They say EMSA took him to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. Police originally identified the victim as Tyler, but confirmed it was Kyle. They said marijuana was being sold in the apartment when a fight started. Police said they are looking for 23-year-old Devan Mitchell and an unknown person. They were also looking for 24-year-old Jeremy Sykes but said he turned himself in Monday evening. Through their investigation, police believe 23-year-old Boyd Evans was in contact with Stapleton and arranged for Sykes and Mitchell to meet and purchase marijuana from Stapleton.
   

    Black Sports: (Black) Student Who Assaulted (White) St. Paul Teacher (only) Gets Probation
Fon’Tae O’BannonFon’Tae O’BannonJohn EkbladA student who pleaded guilty to assaulting two employees at St. Paul’s Central High School has been sentenced to 90 days of probation and electronic home monitoring. The Ramsey County Attorney’s Office says the 16-year-old pleaded guilty to third-degree assault, fourth-degree assault, and obstruction of legal process with force. He will also be required to undergo Anger Replacement Therapy and complete 150 hours of community service. Investigators say the fight, which happened Friday, Dec. 4, started between two students and was about who had better football statistics. The fight involved a 15-year-old student. During the fight, the 16-year-old, who is his brother, jumped in to help, and a science teacher intervened to stop the older brother from getting involved. Police say the 16-year-old then shoved the teacher’s face into a wall, breaking his glasses. An assistant principal also said he saw the 16-year-old pick up the teacher in a strangulation hold, lift him in the air and forcefully slam him on his back onto a cafeteria chair and table. The student then got on top of the teacher and started choking him, and he then hit him in the face and neck repeatedly, according to the complaint. The assistant principal intervened, and police say the 16-year-old also slammed him into a wall. Witnesses say the younger brother then punched the assistant principal repeatedly in the upper chest. Both students were arrested.
   
  • After (black) Student Attack, (White) St. Paul Teacher Plans To Sue School District
    MINNEAPOLIS — The teacher who was attacked by a student earlier in December is planning on suing St. Paul Public Schools, saying the district has failed to keep teachers safe. The law firm Villaume & Shiek, P.A. announced Monday that they have been retained by John Ekblad, a St. Paul teacher, to “commence civil litigation against the St. Paul Public Schools for negligence in failing to provide him with a workplace free of assaultive behavior and violence in general.” On Friday, Dec. 4, a 16-year-old St. Paul student allegedly body slammed and choked Ekblad, his teacher at Center High School. Fon’Tae O’Bannon is accused of slamming Ekblad into a cafeteria table and chair when Ekblad tried intervening in a fight. The student then choked him until he was unconscious. O’Bannon was charged with third-degree assault. Ekblad suffered brain damage and a concussion in the incident and needed hospitalization. - (Black-on-white) - (Black Sports)
   


    (Black) Philadelphia Police Officer Arrested In Domestic Altercation
Deric Lewis A Philadelphia Police officer has been suspended following a domestic altercation with a female in Upper Darby. Officials say Officer Deric Lewis was arrested following the incident on December 28, 2015. The nature of the altercation is unclear, but officials say Lewis was off-duty at the time. Lewis allegedly refused to provide identification to the Upper Darby police officers who responded and was disorderly. The 35-year-old has been charged with simple assault and harassment. Lewis is a 9-year veteran of the Philadelphia Police department and was assigned to the 18th district.

    Warrants: Lee Co. Sheriff’s employee forced female prisoner to perform oral sex
David Adams JrRALEIGH, N.C. Authorities released new details regarding a Lee County detention officer accused of sexually assaulting a female prisoner while being transferred to a facility in Raleigh. The warrants show that 55-year-old David Adams Jr. used an inmates’ cellphone to take pictures of her exposed breasts and forced her to perform oral sex. According to the warrants, the assault occurred while Adams was driving the woman from the Lee County jail to the North Carolina Correctional Institute for Women in Raleigh.

    Police: Man broke into Walnut Hills home, raped woman
Samori SmithCINCINNATI —A man is facing charges after police said he raped a woman in her home. Samori Smith, 34, is accused of breaking into an apartment in the 2500 block of Kemper Avenue on Monday and assaulting the victim. The victim said she didn't know Smith. Smith is charged with aggravated burglary and rape. He was arraigned on Tuesday morning and ordered held on $250,000 bond.

    Recently-paroled inmate now charged in Tuscaloosa sexual assault
Lamont CooperA 37-year-old man recently released from prison is back in jail, charged with a weekend sexual assault in Tuscaloosa. On Saturday, Tuscaloosa police and Tuscaloosa Metro Homicide Unit investigators were dispatched about 10 p.m. to the 4400 block of 21st Street. The victim told lawmen that Lamont Cooper, who was released from prison two weeks ago, sexually assaulted her, said Capt. Gary Hood. Cooper had fled the scene, and a lookout bulletin was issued for him. Investigators and Tuscaloosa officers launched a search for him, and he was found at a home in the 1500 block of 44th Avenue.

    Local man charged with two counts of rape after lengthy investigation
Anthony PooleWELLSVILLE, N.Y. — A local man is facing felony charges after police say they furthered a lengthy investigation into alleged rapes. Wellsville police officers say they arrested Anthony Poole, 25, on Dec. 29 after gathering evidence in a joint investigation with New York State Police. Poole stands charged with two counts of second degree felony rape. Police say the investigation is continuing and additional charges are pending against Poole. Poole is behind bars, jailed on $20,000 bail following his arraignment.

  Bill Cosby - black rapist


    (Black) Lakeland home invasion suspect shot, killed by homeowner
Chevez Antwann FiasonLAKELAND - A man was shot and killed when deputies say he unlawfully entered a home and fired at two people inside. The Polk County Sheriff's Office said it happened at a home on Chestnut Hills Drive around 6:30 a.m. New Year's Day. Chevez Antwann Fiason, 24, was shot and killed by the homeowner during the incident. No one else was injured in the incident. Fiason was said to have a violent arrest history and was released from state prison in March 2015. "Forcing your way into an occupied residence is a bold and foolish decision - if you are foolish enough to break into someone's home, you can expect to be shot in Polk County," Sheriff Grady Judd said.
Bible
  • Ecc 7:17 - Do not be overly wicked, Nor be foolish: Why should you die before your time?

    North St. Paul Man Arrested in Connection to Maplewood Home Invasion - 75-year-old woman was strangled unconscious
Deandre Vershawn Wimsblack home invadersMaplewood police say they have made an arrest in connection to a home invasion Saturday in which a 75-year-old woman was choked until she was unconscious. Maplewood police said Tuesday that 25-year-old Deandre Vershawn Wims of North St. Paul was arrested on suspicion of financial transaction card fraud. He was taken into custody without incident about 2 a.m. after a traffic stop. Investigators are working to directly connect Wims to the home invasion and the burglary of a nearby unoccupied residence on Dec. 27, police say. They are also trying to identify and locate the other male and female suspects from Saturday's home invasion.
   
  • 75-year-old woman strangled until unconscious in random, aggressive Maplewood home invasion by cowardly blacks
    MAPLEWOOD, Minn. - Maplewood police are investigating a random home invasion-style robbery on Jan. 2 in which a 75-year-old woman was threatened with a gun and strangled until she was unconscious. The victim told police she was preparing to leave her home when the doorbell rang. The woman at the door asked the victim to use her phone, but the victim refused to let her inside, saying she was about to leave. The woman then pulled out a handgun and forced her way into the victim’s home. Once inside, she made a phone call on her own cell phone and two other men entered the home. One of the two men bound the victim’s hands while the other took several items of jewelry, credit cards, keys and a driver’s license from the victim’s home. Before leaving, one of the men told the victim to get on the floor, wrapped an article of clothing around her neck and strangled her to the point of unconsciousness.

    Domino’s Pizza Delivery Man Stabs Customer in Covina because he only got a $3 tip
Michael Charles ParkerA Domino’s Pizza delivery man stabbed a customer in Covina during an altercation over the food's late arrival, police said Sunday. Michael Charles Parker, 31, stabbed the 20-year-old customer around 11:35 p.m. Saturday in the 600 block of Mangrove Avenue, according to a Covina Police Department news release. The victim was stabbed in the neck and wrist areas during the altercation, which stemmed from the pizza’s late arrival, police said. The customer tipped Parker about $3 — the pizza cost about $45 — and the delivery man stayed in the doorway, refusing to leave, Sgt. Gregg Peterson said.

    Police: (Black) Woman Being Attacked in Viral Video is Actually a Person of Interest
black females fightingA shocking viral video of several (black) women fighting in Camden has sparked a police investigation. Yet officials say there’s more to the video than meets the eye and the woman who they originally believed was the victim is actually a person of interest.


    Man takes woman and 11 children hostage, stabs himself in neck
Korrie ThomasA man is in critical condition following a hostage situation in DeKalb County. The incident occurred the morning of Jan. 5 at the Rite For Us Hotel located at 4300 Snapfinger Woods Drive in greater Decatur. Police allege that Korrie Thomas, 36, refused to come outside of the hotel room when police responded to a domestic assault call. He was holding a woman and 11 children – ranging in ages from 3 months to 17 years old – hostage.

    Parents Allegedly Left Kids In Vehicle While Inside Casino For Over An Hour
Ebony Walker and Jarrett NelsonBENSALEM, Pa. – Two people are charged after they allegedly left three of their children unattended in a casino parking lot. Authorities say around 9:10 p.m. on January 2, police responded to the Parx Casino parking lot for the report of children left unattended in a vehicle. Parx security located the children, ages one, three and eight. Jarrett Nelson, 39, and Ebony Walker, 30, both of Newark, New Jersey were charged with endangering the welfare of children and recklessly endangering another person.


    Black 'British' Boy, 4, was taken to Syria by his Muslim convert Jihadi bride linked to black Muslim assassins of British soldier
Isa DareGrace 'Khadija' DareThe British boy dubbed 'Jihadi Junior' begged his grandfather to save him just days before he was forced to appear in a sickening ISIS execution video. Isa Dare, 4, was paraded in military fatigues and an ISIS bandanna while being made to declare: 'We are going to kill the kaffir (non-believers) over there.' He was brainwashed by ISIS fanatics after being taken to Syria three years ago by his mother, the Muslim convert Grace 'Khadija' Dare, 24, who had links to the killers of Lee Rigby. His grandfather, Henry Dare, 59, said Isa made a desperate plea for help during a heartbreaking phone call just days before he featured in the barbaric stunt, saying: 'Please save me.' - (UK)
   
  • Jihadi Junior: Devastated Nigerian says ISIS using grandson as pawn
    A Nigerian heartbroken granddad of the six year-old boy now dubbed Jihadi Junior by British media, revealed today that boy called him days ago begging him to save him, before ISIS made a video, in which the boy threatens to kill unbelievers. Mr Dare said he had reported Grace to the police on three occasions before she left for Syria and told them “she’s behaving in a very funny way”. He added: ‘They told me, “She’s free”. They said she’s above 18.’ ‘They’ve let me down. I’m totally disappointed. She was a Christian, she was brought up in a Christian way – all of a sudden she decided to become a Muslim.’

 
 

   

   

(Illegal Alien) Man charged with sexually assaulting 5-year-old girl at New Year's Day party
Ivan TrevinoInvestigators have charged a 29-year-old man with sexually assaulting a 5-year-old girl at a New Year's Day party in Primera. Witnesses told police 29-year-old Ivan Trevino attended a party Friday night on Alonzo Road. During the party, relatives realized a 5-year-old girl had vanished, according to information provided by Primera police Chief Manuel Trevino. Relatives searched the property and eventually found Ivan Trevino and the 5-year-old girl in a dark area. - (Invasion!)

   

   

   
  • Previously Deported Illegal Alien Convicted for Possession of Child Porn
    CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — A previously deported illegal alien who was arrested while entering the country illegally has pleaded guilty to possession of hundreds of images of child pornography. On Monday afternoon, Jesus Hernandez Ramos went before senior U.S District Judge Janis Graham Jack and pleaded guilty to the charge of possession child pornography, information provided to Breitbart Texas by the U.S. Attorney’s Office revealed. The illegal alien form Mexico faces a maximum term of 20 years in prison.

  • Illegal alien convicted of rape in Gooding is arrested again
    U.S. Border Patrol agents in Texas recently arrested a Mexican man with a criminal history in Idaho. Antonio Beltran-Ayala, who was convicted of felony rape of a victim under 18 years of age in Gooding, Idaho, in 2006, was apprehended near a ranch in Eagle Pass, Texas, on Sunday, according to a news release. The Mexican national was sentenced to serve up to four years in prison for the rape and was subsequently deported. He was also deported in 2014 and 2015. Del Rio Border Patrol Sector agents have apprehended eight previously deported sex offenders in recent months.

  • Illegal Aliens Use Fake Puerto Rican Birth Certificates to Get U.S. Passports, Licenses

   

   

(Hispanic Latina) Teen girl murdered her mother and mom’s beau, police say
Destiny GarciaCops charged a 15-year-old Brooklyn girl with murder Monday after she confessed to killing her mom and the woman’s boyfriend, sources said. Destiny Sanchez (aka Destiny Garcia) claimed she blew away her mother, Rosie Sanchez, 38, and Sanchez’s beau, Anderson Nuñez, 40, because Rosie abused her and Nuñez did nothing to stop the violence, according to authorities and other sources. But “we don’t think at all this was an act of self-defense,’’ said NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce. “What she said was basically the mother was physically abusive to her in the past . . . She went and got a gun.”

   

 

 
  • Northern Irish Christian preacher cleared over anti-Islamic remarks
    BELFAST - A Northern Irish Evangelical Christian preacher who described Islam as "satanic" and "the spawn of the devil" during one of his sermons was found not guilty on Tuesday of broadcasting grossly offensive remarks. Pastor James McConnell, who has been supported by some leading politicians in the British province, was charged over his comments in the 2014 sermon, which was delivered in the independent church he founded and streamed live on the internet.
  • Not guilty: Pastor James McConnell acquitted at Belfast court
    "Islam is heathen, Islam is satanic, Islam is a doctrine spawned in hell."
 

 
  • ‘I kill Muslims’ deli attack suspect charged with hate crime
    The Florida man who attacked a Muslim store clerk in Queens last month after uttering the words, “I kill Muslims,” was charged with assault as a hate crime in Queens criminal court on Monday. Piro Kolvani, 55, approached Sarker Haque in Astoria as he worked on Dec. 10. The Jacksonville man began acting strangely.

 

 

 

 
 

 

 



    (Black) Cumberland County man ordered to trial on new charges of raping child, airing it on the internet
William C. Byers AugustaIra TaskIt took only a few minutes Monday for a district judge to order William C. Byers Augusta to stand trial in Cumberland County Court on new charges linked to the rape of a 6-year-old boy that was aired over the internet. The child rape and conspiracy counts were the third set of offenses police filed against the North Middleton Township man, who is accused of acting with an HIV-positive Harrisburg man, 61-year-old Ira Task, in orchestrating and broadcasting the assaults.
   

    Ex-school bus driver pleads not guilty to rape charges
Darien PeteLAS CRUCES - A former school bus driver accused of having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student was arraigned Monday in 3rd Judicial District Court in Las Cruces. Darien Pete, 26, formally pleaded not guilty to two counts fourth-degree criminal sexual penetration of minor (child 13 to 16) before District Judge Darren M. Kugler. Pete, of Chaparral, was indicted Dec. 17 by a Doña Ana County grand jury, more than two months after he was arrested by Las Cruces police.

    (Black) Man accused in 2010 rape and murder pleads not guilty
Roman Lastrapes LAKE CHARLES, LA - A man indicted in connection with a 2010 rape and murder was arraigned in state district court Monday. Roman Lastrapes pleaded not guilty and a pre-trial conference was set for May 12. Lastrapes is accused of killing 50-year-old Linda Moore, whose body was found behind a car shop near Shattuck and Belden streets. Another man was initially indicted in connection with Moore's death, but charges were dropped when it was found his DNA did not match that taken from the scene. Lastrapes was indicted in November 2015. He was being held at Angola State Penitentiary on separate convictions of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, resisting an officer, drug distribution and possession of marijuana.

    Police seek suspect in rape despite questions about victim’s story
black rapistCrime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2,000 for information leading to the arrest and indictment of a knife-wielding suspect accused in a recent sexual assault. The victim told Atlanta police she was attacked in her car last Wednesday night at East Lake Park off Memorial Drive. The suspect had asked her for a light and when she gave it to him he punched her in the head and dragged her into some nearby bushes, the incident report states. There, she was forced to perform a sex act at knife point. The report states the suspect briefly dropped the knife, leading to a tussle, but he regained control and stabbed his victim repeatedly. The victim described the suspect as being a black male with a medium complexion, wearing all black and walking with a limp.

 

   

(Short Hispanic) Man, 24, wanted in connection to brutal rape of 10-year-old girl in Brooklyn
Edwin P. CaizaguanoEdwin P. CaizaguanoCops are looking for a 24-year-old man wanted for the horrific rape of a 10-year-old girl in Brooklyn. The assault was so violent that the girl needed to go to a hospital for surgery, police said. She’s in stable condition. The rape took place at 6 p.m. on Oct. 17, inside a residence on Moffat St. in Bushwick, police said. Police on Monday identified the suspect as Edwin P. Caizaguano, 24, who also goes by the name Patricio Caizaguano, and released a photo of him. He’s described as a Hispanic man, about 5 feet, 3 inches tall, 110 pounds and with brown eyes and black hair.

   

   

(Hispanic) Man arrested for suspected rape, attempted kidnapping
Glenis Cordova-LopezA Caldwell man was arrested in Minidoka County on Dec. 28 after he was accused of raping a girl on Dec. 26 and later attempting to kidnap the 17-year-old female. Caldwell Police Sgt. Damon Rice said Glenis Cordova-Lopez, 20, was arrested after the girl said he raped her around 11 p.m. at a home in the 5000 block of East Ustick Road in Caldwell. Cordova-Lopez was thrown out of the house by the girl's mother but police say he came back around 2 a.m. Dec. 28, tied a bandana around her mouth when she screamed and physically picked her up and attempted to take her. At one point, the victim said Cordova-Lopez held a pocket knife to her throat in an effort to to stop her screaming.


   

(Non-citizen Hispanic) Florida student pilot accused of shining laser at commercial jet, hitting pilot's eyes
Gerardo SanchezPolice in Florida said they caught a man who admits he pointed a green laser at a control tower and American Airlines jet approaching Daytona Beach International Airport Sunday, and revealed that the suspect is a student pilot. Police said the student, 23-year-old Gerardo Sanchez, was not a U.S. citizen, but they did not elaborate.


   

Orlando man Fredrick Torres charged with attempted murder
Fredrick Torres ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — One person was taken to the hospital in critical condition Friday morning after a fight broke out between two contract workers at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Frederick Torres, 33, is facing charges of first-degree murder with a weapon.


   
  • Shooting victim says masked men threatened him not to testify
    A Brooklyn man who had previously been shot was warned not to testify before a grand jury about the incident by thugs wearing masks and wielding baseball bats, police sources said Sunday. Alejandro Negron, 34, told cops he was leaving his Williamsburg home around 12:45 p.m. Saturday when he was threatened by two men over the investigation into his Dec. 6 shooting during a robbery. “Don’t go to court. Don’t testify. You know what you did,” the men said, according to police sources. Negron fled back into his home. Nearly a month earlier, Negron had been shot four times during a robbery that occurred around 9:30 p.m. as he left the Airway Inn near La Guardia Airport, police sources said. He told cops that the thugs made off with his $20,000 necklace. Jose Hernandez was arrested Dec. 10 after Negron picked him out of a photo array and a line-up, sources said.
   
  • Cops recover guns, switchblades after routine traffic stop
    A car stop for a minor violation in Harlem led to the recovery of a cache of weapons, police said. Daniel Figueroa, 45, of Rochester, was pulled over at about 12:30 p.m. Saturday near the intersection of West 145th Street and Lenox Avenue after officers observed him driving his 2008 Lincoln SUV while allegedly talking on a cellphone without a hands-free device.

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 
  • The Chinese Threat to the US Is Growing By Daniel John Sobieski
    If President Obama thinks climate change is our greatest national security threat, he'd be wise to ponder the change in the global climate of a volley of Chinese DF-21D "carrier-killer" missiles destroying an American carrier battle group on its way to counter, say, a Chinese invasion of Taiwan. - (American Thinker)
  • The Most Chinese Schools in America
    Now, it’s Chinese students who comprise the largest group of international pupils in the United States, buoyed by a growing Chinese middle class that’s willing to pay top dollar for their children’s educations. Iin the 2014-2015 academic year more than 304,000 Chinese students were enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities, an almost five-fold increase from just a decade earlier.


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    (Black) Abilene Man Arrested by Hobbs Police Thursday, Charged with Involuntary Manslaughter (of Elderly White Man)
McClellan Calhoun JrMarvin ScarberOn 12/31/15 at 12:55 P.M., Hobbs Police Department officers responded to an unresponsive subject in the 300 block of North Marland. Upon their arrival they observed 74-year-old, Marvin Scarber, of Hobbs, lying on the ground unresponsive. Officers began CPR until paramedics arrived and took Scarber to Lea Regional Hospital where he was pronounced deceased. Investigators learned that Scarber and 34-year-old, McClellan Calhoun Jr. of Abilene, Texas, got into an physical altercation over Scarber shoveling snow. After the altercation; Calhoun, his wife 31-year-old Shamika Benton, of Hobbs, and friend, 42-year-old Cleve McKenzie, of Hobbs, fled the scene. Benton was located at a residence in the 1200 block of North Pennington. McClellan and McKenzie came to the Hobbs Police Department voluntarily, where all 3 were interviewed by detectives. At the direction of the District Attorney, Calhoun has been charged with Involuntary Manslaughter (4th Degree Felony). He is currently being held in the Hobbs City Jail without bond. At this time, neither Benton nor McKenzie have been charged with any crime. The investigation into Scarbers’ death is on-going. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Elderly woman beaten, robbed (by cowardly criminal black) in Lakewood home invasion, deputies say
cowardy criminal black home invaderLAKEWOOD, Calif. -- An elderly woman was beaten and robbed during a Lakewood home invasion on New Year's Day, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Deputies said the home invasion happened at a house in the 4800 block of Obispo Avenue at about 2 p.m. on Friday. The 89-year-old woman was home alone when a burglar broke in and assaulted her, officials said. The sheriff's department said the suspect, believed to be 18, beat the woman then ransacked her home before running from the scene. Witnesses said they spotted a man walking down the street with a crowbar and a purse. Deputies later located the man, and neighbors said the victim positively identified him. The sheriff's department said it believes the robbery was random in nature and that the suspect also broke into the home next door and stole money and jewelry. The man was taken into custody and deputies said he faces several charges. The victim was taken to the hospital with concussion symptoms and injuries to her face. She remains hospitalized and neighbors said she is expected to recover.

    Convicted felon dodges prison — again
Walik WilliamsFrederic BlockSandra Townes The cops found the gun, the feds brought the case, and the judge tossed the evidence — twice. Convicted Brooklyn felon Walik Williams — who avoided up to a decade in prison on a gun charge last month when a federal judge tossed the evidence against him — had a prior firearms case also thrown out in 2008. The Bed-Stuy thug was infamously let off the hook last month after Brooklyn federal Judge Frederic Block ruled that the arresting officers’ story in that case was “far-fetched.” It was the second time that he had dodged a gun charge thanks to a judge who didn’t believe the cops. In 2007, just a month after doing time for attempted murder, Williams was stopped by two Brooklyn officers who said they approached him after seeing him handling a bag of marijuana on Marcy Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant. After a frisk, they found a loaded .22-caliber gun in his coat. But Brooklyn federal Judge Sandra Townes ruled that the cops made up the story in order to justify their stop. She suppressed the gun evidence, and the feds dropped the case.
   

   

2 Bankers Charged With Creating A.T.M. Cards to Steal From Accounts
Jonathan Francis, Dion Allison and Gregory DesrameauxThe 15 JPMorgan Chase bank accounts had a few things in common: They had high balances, there was little activity on them and they belonged to elderly clients — indeed, at least eight were dead. And all 15 of the accounts got regular cash infusions, thanks to direct deposits from the Social Security Administration. That caught the eye of two private bankers who worked at a Bedford-Stuyvesant branch of JPMorgan Chase, Jonathan Francis and Dion Allison, according to an indictment filed this month in State Supreme Court in Brooklyn. Creating cards for automated teller machines and forged documents, the men and their accomplices withdrew about $400,000 from the accounts over two years, according to the indictment. With two friends, Gregory Desrameaux, 24, and Kery Phillips, 40, the men then withdrew most of the stolen money, about $300,000, by using A.T.M.s around New York City,

   

    (Black) Phila. City Councilwoman Agrees To Pay $8,000 For Campaign Finance Violations
Blondell Reynolds BrownA Philadelphia councilwoman and her campaign are being fined nearly $10,000 after violating the city ethics code. Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown's campaign has been fined $8,000, while she must pay $1,500 personally, for setting up a second bank account for campaign contributions. Shane Creamer, executive director of the Philadelphia Board of Ethics, said the campaign admitted violating campaign finance rules. "The Friends of Blondell Reynolds Brown approached enforcement staff and told them they had set up a separate savings account into which they had deposited about $25,000," Creamer said.

 

    Black Sports: Video reportedly surfaces of TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin's bar fight - (Black Sports)
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  • Naked escorts chase (black) gunmen through Buckhead hotel
    ATLANTA -- A bizarre turn of events ended with two naked escorts chasing gunmen through a Buckhead hotel Saturday. The men posed as potential clients and one of the men talked prices with the women for about 10 minutes inside their hotel room. He was on his way out of the room when police said another man with a gun barged in and held the women at gunpoint. This happened around 10 a.m. at the Atlanta Marriott Buckhead across from Lenox Mall. According to police, the two suspects had one gun between them and passed it back and forth while the other would search through the women's belongings. In all, the two men stole more than $3,600 dollars from the women. Police said one of the women was already naked and the gunmen made the other woman disrobe. The two left the room and the women chased after them but stopped once they reached the stairs. A hotel guest called 911 when they saw the two naked victims running down the hallway. Surveillance video captures the men running into a parking garage at Lenox Mall but police said the quality wasn't good enough to identify the men. Hotel security is looking through their surveillance. The victims described the men as two black males - one wearing all black with a black scarf and the other wearing a red shirt and grey pants.

 

   

   

(Hispanic) Driver Faces 4th DUI After Driving SUV With Weed in It Onto Delaware Lawn: Police
Ramiro Lopez-CastilloA Delaware driver faces his 4th DUI after police say he ran his sport utility vehicle onto someone’s lawn on Christmas. Elsmere officers approached the Ford Explorer as it sat partially on a lawn along the 100 block of Jefferson Avenue on Christmas Day. They found Ramiro Lopez-Castillo behind the wheel. Lopez-Castillo told the officers he had been drinking and he handed over the keys, said police. The officers then found 22 grams of marijuana in the 38-year-old’s SUV. Lopez-Castillo, who has three previous DUIs, faces another driving under the influence charge as well as careless driving and drug possession counts. Lopez-Castillo was jailed as he awaited arraignment.


 

    Mom outraged NYPD is being stonewalled by feds over son’s stabbing
Fareed MumuniJermaine CulverTaina Darby is outraged the NYPD is being stonewalled in its effort to quiz an alleged jihadist in the brutal stabbing of her 9-year-old son in what might have been a botched ISIS audition. “I don’t get it,” Darby said after reading The Post’s exclusive report last week on how the NYPD seeks to question “person of interest” Fareed Mumuni. Mumuni was arrested by the feds in connection with a Times Square pressure-cooker bomb plot five months after Darby’s son, Jermaine Culver, was repeatedly stabbed while walking to his Staten Island school.
   

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    Priest Convicted of Sex Tour Seeks to Tell His Side of Story
Joseph Maurizio JrA Roman Catholic priest convicted of traveling to Honduras to molest orphaned boys during missionary trips is seeking a public relations firm to tell his side of the story. The Rev. Joseph Maurizio Jr. was found guilty in September of engaging or attempting to engage in illicit sexual conduct in foreign places, as well as possessing child pornography and money laundering. He is being held in the Cambria County prison, where he has been held since his September 2014 arrest, and is scheduled to be sentenced on Feb. 2. The 70-year-old Maurizio was accused of using a self-run Johnstown-based charity called Humanitarian Interfaith Ministries to travel to an orphanage for several years ending in 2009. Prosecutors said he promised candy and cash to the boys to watch them shower, have sex or fondle them.

 

 

 

 

 


    Convicted (cowardly black) killer charged with beating (White) 78-year-old Syracuse woman during robbery
Willie McKee Jr78-year-old White woman victim78-year-old White woman victim's familySYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A Syracuse man who beat a woman to death with a 2-by-4 board in 1990 was charged with brutally beating a 78-year-old woman during a robbery on New Year's Day. Willie McKee Jr., 42, approached the woman just after 8:30 a.m. in the 1600 block of Lodi Street. He repeatedly punched and kicked the woman before making off with with her purse and wallet, Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler said at a news conference this morning. She suffered extensive head and facial injuries and was rushed to Upstate University Hospital, where she's currently in critical, but stable condition. The woman's son, one of nine children, spoke to reporters following the press conference. He held a photograph of his mother. Her right eye was severely bruised and swollen and her head wrapped in blood-soaked bandages. She was bleeding from her head and face when police arrived, Fowler said. Her son said his mother's face was repeatedly stomped on. Her son, who chose not to be identified, said the woman is bleeding from her brain, cannot see and is fighting for her life. "She's in very, very, very bad shape," he said. It all started when the woman, a longtime North Side resident, walked to a neighborhood store to buy a cup of coffee, her morning routine. At some point, McKee demanded money from her. She turned away from McKee, her son said, at which point McKee attacked her. "She's an innocent 78-year-old lady. She's my mom," her son said. McKee and the woman lived about a block away from each other on Pond Street, but had never met before, her son said. McKee was 16 when he and two other men beat Cheryl Coleman to death with a wooden board inside a vacant South Salina Street house. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Woman Shoots, Kills (black) Home Invasion Suspect in Trotwood
Azikiwe Presleyblack home invaderblack home invaderWhite victim of 3 black home invadersTROTWOOD -- A home invasion turns deadly when the homeowner takes the safety of her family into her own hands. One of three home invasion suspect was shot and killed during the incident, and has been identified by the Montgomery County Coroner's Office as Azikiwe Presley, 29, of Dayton. Trotwood Police were called to a home at the dead end of Atlas Road around 6:00 Monday morning. Police say three masked men armed with firearms forcibly entered and attempted to rob the homeowner. The homeowner called 9-1-1. "I got my gun and I started shooting and they ran," the female caller told dispatchers. "They all three had guns, I'm confused ... they must not have had bullets because after I pulled the trigger they just took off, instead of firing back. I don't know if I hit one or not, I don't see blood anywhere." The three suspects were caught on home surveillance outside the residence, before they kicked their way inside. Police say two kids were asleep inside the home in the room where the invaders kicked their way in. "Most of them woke up to the sound of them forcing entry into the home they kicked the back door," said Capt. Porter. The suspects headed straight for the female who called 9-1-1. "He hit me in the head with the gun 'cause I was in the laundry room," the caller stated. The victim told Trotwood Police the suspects then demanded she lead them to "the money," and that she complied, leading them into a back room where a safe was located and two other kids were sleeping. Trotwood Police said two of the suspects tried to steal a safe, while the third held the victim and two kids at gunpoint. They say the homeowner was able to get away and grab a gun she had hidden in the room, then started firing shots at the suspects. "I got my gun and I started shooting and they ran!" the homeowner told dispatchers. One suspect was killed by the gunfire, and was later found outside by Trotwood Police. Police say the deceased is a male in his 20s from the Dayton area, and that he was in the yard between the victim's home and another house, still armed with a TEC 9 submachine gun. Two suspects got away, and police are still looking for them. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Canada: Charges may be raised to first-degree murder for black accused of murder of (gay, white) researcher
Mark ErnstingCalvin Michael NimohA man accused of killing Ryerson University cancer researcher Mark Ernsting may see his charges upgraded from second- to first-degree murder. Homicide Det. Paul Worden of the Toronto Police told Metro News that Calvin Michael Nimoh, 21, will be facing the new charges on Jan. 7, the date of his next court appearance. Ernsting, 39, was walking on McGill St. on Dec. 16 when he was stabbed multiple times by a single assailant around 9:30 p.m. The assailant fled the scene, but was arrested within an hour. Ernsting was rushed to hospital, where he later died. Worden believes the assailant was trying to rob Ernsting before he died. “Through our investigation and evidence gathered, we believe the stabbing occurred first, which fits the definition of first-degree murder when you commit a robbery,” Worden said. - (Black-on-white) - (Canada)
   


    Baltimore PD Announces New ‘Public Enemy No. 1’ After Fatal House Fire
Alan Lorenzo FloydBALTIMORE — Public Enemy No. 1. City police are hunting down a man they say barricaded two people in a room and lit it on fire. Now a 61-year-old woman is dead in the first murder of the year. It’s a crime the police commissioner calls unspeakable–a woman locked in a burning home and left to die. “Brutal, ruthless, vicious, merciless, sadistic and cruel,” said Commissioner Kevin Davis, Baltimore City Police Department. That is how police describe Public Enemy No. 1 — 59-year-old Alan Lorenzo Floyd. Investigators say Floyd was inside an East Baltimore rowhome on Madison Street on New Year’s Day. He locked two people inside a room, including a 61-year-old woman, then lit the house on fire. “Two people were actually in a room and were barricaded behind a door that he had doused with some type of accelerant and he set fire to that,” said T.J. Smith, Baltimore City Police Department. Neighbors frantically tried to save the people who were trapped. One managed to make it out alive. Firefighters weren’t able to save the other woman. - (Burned Alive!)



    Two men charged with murder in Meriwether County shooting
Xavier Rashad SlatonKanorris Shakeno Martin2 more black 'persons of interest'John Joseph LameyThe Meriwether County Sheriff's Office and Georgia Bureau of Investigation Crime Scene Unit are investigating a Saturday morning shooting that killed one person and injured another, according to a release. Officials identified the deceased as John Joseph Lamey the release states. The surviving victim is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries, according to the release. Around 10 a.m. Saturday, Meriwether County Sheriff’s patrol deputies responded to the 100 block of Allie Road in Greenville, Ga. in reference to a shooting victim.
Deputies gathered a vehicle description and suspect information from the scene and other available resources that led them to identify 19-year-old Xavier Rashad Slaton of Gay, Ga. as their first suspect, Smith said. Officials obtained warrants for his arrest. "We began to actively pursue Slaton in our attempt to get him in custody," the sheriff said. Over the course of the investigation, officials identified 21-year-old Kanorris Shakeno Martin of Fayetteville, Ga. as the second suspect in the case. Officials then obtained warrants for his arrest. "Our investigation revealed that this matter was not random." - (Black-on-white)
   

    Homicide ruling in (berserk black's beating death of harmless White man), arrest made
Justin LittleJohnRandy Lee DialFORT WAYNE, Ind. An arrest has been made in the beating death of a 46-year-old Fort Wayne man at a west-side hotel this week. Fort Wayne Police and medics were called before 5 p.m. Monday to the Economy Inn at 3340 W. Coliseum Blvd., and arrived to find a man there beaten. The victim – Randy Lee Dial – was taken to a local hospital in critical condition. On Tuesday, Dial died. Early Thursday then, the Allen County Coroner’s Office ruled his death the county’s 30th homicide of 2015, detailing he died of blunt force injuries to the head. Just after the coroner’s office released their ruling, the Fort Wayne Police Department announced it had arrested a suspect in the case. Justin LittleJohn was arrested and faces a preliminary charge of aggravated battery. He’s being held in Allen County Lockup with no bond. No other details about the incident were released. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Court documents reveal gruesome details in Economy Inn beating death
    According to court documents, Dial was in the room he rented at the Economy Inn when he was attacked Sunday. Multiple witnesses say they saw an angry 28-year-old Justin LittleJohn come into Dial's room and beat him in the head and face with a microwave until the appliance's door came off. Court documents also say LittleJohn then took the glass plate out of the microwave and smashed Dial in the face with it.
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    Three Arrested in Murder of (White) Young Gilmer County Father
Andrew AbernathyJustin HeardGILMER COUNTY, Ga. - Investigators said they have made three arrests in the shooting death of a young Gilmer County father. Joseph Ledford, of Jasper, Tyler Nunez, of Acworth, and Justin Heard, of Marietta, were arrested New Year’s Eve. They have all been charged with murder and armed robbery. Deputies said Andrew Abernathy, 21, was shot and killed inside his home on Brook Hollow Circle around 11:30 p.m. Monday. Sheriff Stacey Nicholson initially said that it appeared Abernathy knew his shooter, but did not elaborate following the arrest of the three men. Abernathy's fiancée, as well as two small children, were at the home at the time of the shooting. Neighbors said Abernathy's fiancée has been writing about the incident on social media. She posted that she and her small boys saw Abernathy killed. All three men remain in jail. Sheriff Nicholson said more charges may be filed as the investigation continues. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Police swarm murder suspect in Marietta
    COBB COUNTY, Ga. Dozens of officers were just two blocks away from Justin Heard, 24, when he was spotted hiding. The 5 feet 1 inch tall suspect calls himself "Little Tank." He emerged in handcuffs from the truck wearing only a pair of shorts designed for a much larger man. Police told Cavitt that Heard is a career criminal, who has only been out of prison for two months. He's suspected of shooting Andrew Abernathy in Gilmer County on Dec. 28.
  • Police swarm murder suspect in Marietta murder investigation


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