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Black-on-White Crime
2 June 2020

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...we are killed all the day long; we are accounted as sheep for the slaughter.

The Slaughter of Innocents - by Morlocks

    New York State Police release names of (White) officers struck by (black-driven vehicle) during riot-looting
black suspects BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) —  In a tweet, New York State Police say the two troopers struck by a vehicle during the protest on Bailey Ave. are Ronald Ensminger Jr. and Randall Shenefiel.

Police say, Ensminger Jr., the more seriously injured, is a 19-year-veteran of the New York State Police while Shenefiel is a 17-year-veteran. State Police continue to investigate the incident.
25-year-old Semaj Pigram and 28-year-old Walter Stewart Jr.,
both of Buffalo, were arraigned on one count of criminal possession of a weapon and one count of criminal possession of stolen property.  investigators allegedly recovered a loaded handgun from inside the vehicle that drove through a blockade of law enforcement - the weapon was reported stolen.  The female driver of the vehicle remains hospitalized.
A Buffalo police officer and a New York State Trooper were struck by an SUV, and another Trooper was run over.

Around 10 p.m. Monday night, the vehicle drove through a line of officers at a protest on Bailey Avenue.

Police say they were trying to clear about 30 people from Bailey Ave. when the SUV rolled through.

The Buffalo officer and the Trooper who were struck by the vehicle were taken to Erie County Medical Center (ECMC) and treated for minor injuries. The Trooper was released from the hospital after suffering a hand/wrist injury.

The Trooper who was run over was also taken to ECMC for a broken leg and shattered pelvis.
Police say the SUV was tracked by a helicopter and was pulled over.
- (Black-on-White)

    (Dopey, hollow-headed black) Arrested for murder of (white) woman in 2014 - Shot Jessica Revelee in the head
black suspectblack suspectJessica Revelee was 24 when she was found fatally shot in head more than six years ago. Police announced Tuesday they have made an arrest in the killing.

Revelee was killed Jan. 9, 2014. She was shot in the head on McMicken Street in Over-the-Rhine. Officers found her dead in the middle of the street.

Mark Cephas, 26, is charged with aggravated murder in the death. He was taken into custody by the fugitive apprehension squad Tuesday. He has not yet been booked into the Hamilton County Justice Center. - (Black-on-White)

Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

Working as a Police Officer WHILE WHITE

black suspectblack suspectGrand Forks, North Dakota -- Grand Forks Police have identified the individuals involved in Wednesday afternoon’s shooting at an apartment building in the City of Grand Forks.

On Wednesday, at approximately 2:24 p.m., Sergeant Kelly McLean and Corporal Ron Nord responded to 2627 S 17th St #303 to serve a Writ of Restitution as ordered by a Judge. The Writ of Restitution ordered Deputies to remove Salamah Pendleton, Lola Moore, and all possessions any time after May 24 at 11:59 p.m. Uniformed deputies knocked and received no answer at the door. Deputies gained access to the apartment and observed Salamah Pendleton retreat to a bedroom. Deputies gave several commands to Pendleton to come out of the bedroom. Eventually deputies opened the bedroom door. Upon opening the door, deputies were overtaken by heavy gunfire and retreated away from the door. Deputies immediately radioed for assistance and several agencies responded. Corporal Ron Nord was shot in the upper leg and abdomen. He is in stable condition.

The first uniformed Grand Forks Police Department officers arriving on scene were Corporal Patrick Torok and Officer Cody Holte.

Corporal Torok and Officer Holte immediately entered into the apartment, coming to the aid of the deputies under fire.  Gunfire was exchanged in multiple volleys between Pendleton and the officers on scene.   Through the exchanges, Pendleton received several gunfire wounds.  Aid was rendered on scene, and he was transported to Altru for his injuries.  Lola Moore, 61-year-old Grand Forks resident, was killed by gunfire during the course of the incident.  Deputy Ron Nord suffered gunfire wounds, was assisted on scene and transported for medical aid.  Officer Cody Holte suffered multiple gunfire wounds during the incident.  Emergency medical aid was rendered by officers on scene.  Those officers ultimately carried Officer Cody Holte out of the apartment and to the ambulance for transport to Altru, where he later succumbed to his injuries.  Holte leaves behind his wife and infant son.
- (Black-on-White)


    (black) Man charged in fatal crash that happened while he was fleeing shooting scene - (his criminal crash killed a white witch)
black suspectINDEPENDENCE, MO (KCTV) – A 22-year-old has been charged in connection with a fatal crash that happened while he was fleeing the scene of a shooting on Wednesday.

Da’qon* J. Sipple, a 22-year-old from Independence, has been charged with second-degree murder, unlawful use of a weapon, and armed criminal action.

According to court records, Independence police went to the 800 block of N. Emery on Wednesday afternoon after someone called and said they heard gunshots.

A woman who was shot at told police that, after he shot into her vehicle, Sipple sped away on Highway 24
Then, at Highway 24 and Sterling, Sipple ran a red light and hit a vehicle that was going south. The driver, Mari McElyea, died.

A 22-year-old Independence man has been charged in connection with killing another driver Wednesday after he shot into a vehicle and fled that scene at a high rate of speed, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today.

The women Sipple shot at identified him as the person who shot at her. - (Black-on-White)

Pulling your car up in your driveway WHILE WHITE

    (black) 16-Year-Old Charged With Capital Murder In Shooting Death Of (Unarmed White female) Dallas PR Executive Leslie Baker
black suspectblack suspectblack suspectDALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas police said a 16-year-old will face a charge of capital murder for the shooting death of Leslie Baker, 59, who was found in her driveway this week.
The juvenile was one of three suspects arrested Wednesday night on the 1100 block of Deerwood Drive in South Oak Cliff after a high-speed chase. The suspects were found in a shed, police said.

Police said two handguns, one of which was the murder weapon, were found in the shed.

The suspects were under surveillance for the alleged carjacking of a business owner in Richardson the night after Baker was fatally shot in front of her home on Royalton Drive, which police said was an attempted carjacking.

Police said the teenage suspect was later tied to the Richardson incident and another one in Dallas.
Police said the suspect posted had bragged about stealing the Richardson business owner’s vehicle hours before he was tracked down.

Baker was the Director of Marketing at Texas Health Center for Diagnostics and Surgery. She was well-known in the community, a beloved friend, neighbor, wife and mother of two. “It’s pretty sick to think that juveniles have just no remorse that they would just unload a gun into a 59-year-old innocent woman sitting in her car,” Candace Evans, a nearby homeowner, said. Police said security cameras from nearby homes were helpful identifying a car seen in the neighborhood before Baker’s death. Sources told CBS 11 News the suspects targeted random victims and their violent crime spree includes murder.
 - (Black-on-White)

They are THINGS. They are not human--they are not even beast. They are terrible, soulless creatures.

    Decomposing body of missing (White) Fort Pierce woman found in (black) serial rape suspect's car
black suspectFORT PIERCE, Fla. — The St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office revealed gruesome new details Wednesday in the case of a serial rape suspect arrested last week.

Kano Brown was arrested last week on multiple rape charges after violent attacks on women dating back to 2016. Sheriff Ken Mascara said the property owner of the apartment where Brown was arrested called family members and asked them to remove his car, which was parked at the apartment. A member of Brown’s family moved the car to their house, but on Sunday family members began to notice an odor coming from the vehicle.

They began searching Brown's car, opened the trunk and found a decomposing woman's body later identified as Kathleen Black, 49, of Fort Pierce. Black had been reported missing to the Fort Pierce Police Department last week. "The autopsy of Black proved she died from injuries consistent with Brown’s violent attacks reported by other victims,” said Mascara. "We think these were random attacks."
Mascara said they believe Brown picked up Black prior to his arrest on Thursday, violently attacked and killed her before hiding her body in the trunk of his car. The sheriff said last week that DNA linked Brown to all three sexual assaults.
- (Black-on-White)

    Police searching for (black) suspect who stabbed an (unarmed White) man to death after the black struck the victim's girlfriend
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) — Crime Stoppers of Central Ohio is now offering a cash reward to find a suspect wanted for a 2019 deadly stabbing.

Columbus Division of Police said detectives continue to search for the killer of Kyle Stewart, 29, who died after being stabbed at the Shop N’ Go Carry-out on April 22, 2019. Police say Stewart and his girlfriend were leaving the Livingston Avenue business when an unknown suspect struck the girlfriend without provocation.

According to witnesses, Stewart confronted the suspect, who brandished a knife, and stabbed Stewart in the chest. Stewart died from his injuries the next day at Grant Medical Center.

Investigators still trying to determine the motive for the attack.

The suspect is described as a male black, wearing a hat, sunglasses, and an orange or red jacket.
- (Black-on-White)

    (black) West Seattle man charged with second-degree murder, 5 years after (White) 29-year-old woman found dead
black suspectWhen 29-year-old Devan Schmidt was found dead in her bedroom in Seattle’s Central District just over five years ago, the King County Medical Examiner’s Office determined she had a large amount of drugs in her system that couldn’t be explained and noted homicidal violence and strangulation could not be ruled out as her cause of death, according to King County prosecutors.

Eric Sims, whose criminal convictions date to the early 1990s, was arrested Thursday at his West Seattle apartment on investigation of homicide and was charged the next day with second-degree murder in connection with Schmidt’s death, court records show. Sims, 47, remains jailed in lieu of $2 million bail, according to jail records.

“The Defendant viciously assaulted and killed Devan Schmidt on May 2, 2015. He then shamelessly and boldly provided false information to police and others for the months and years afterward,” Senior Deputy Prosecutor Adrienne McCoy wrote in charging papers. “After serving a prison sentence for unrelated crimes, including domestic violence against his then-wife, he returned to the Seattle area confident he had gotten away with murder.”

- (Black-on-White)


    20-year-old (RACIST BLACK) "roommate" charged in beating  75-year-old bed-ridden (unarmed WHITE) at Detroit nursing home
black suspectA 20-year-old Ypsilanti man has been charged with multiple felonies in the beating of a 75-year-old at a Detroit nursing home after a graphic video of the incident circulated on social media.

Jaden T. Hayden is charged with two counts of assault with intent to do great bodily harm, larceny in a building and two counts of financial transaction device steal/retaining without consent, the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office said in a new release Sunday. Hayden is expected to be arraigned Sunday in the 34th District Court in Romulus.

“The alleged actions of this defendant are truly and uniquely disturbing. We must be able to trust our loved ones in specialty care facilities. I truly hope that the facts of this case are one of a kind,” Prosecutor Kym Worthy said in the news release.

Hayden and 75-year-old Norman Bledsoe shared a room at Westwood Rehabilitation Nursing Center. Hayden allegedly set up his cellphone in the room May 15 when he began to attack Bledsoe by repeatedly punching him in the head.

When nursing home staff came into the room, Bledsoe's injuries were thought to be the result of him falling from his bed, according to the release. At that time he was taken to the local hospital for treatment of his injuries.

Hayden then allegedly posted the video to social media and later stole Bledsoe's credit cards, police said.

The social media videos were originally noticed by the Ann Arbor Police Department and passed on to the Detroit Police Department. Hayden was arrested by Detroit police May 21.  - (Black-on-White)

    (White female) Modesto retail worker attacked by (rabid black female) customer asks shoppers to 'be nice' (not baboonish)
black suspectblack suspect MODESTO, Calif. — Samantha Clarke said she was "split open pretty good" two weeks ago when she was allegedly assaulted by a customer while police say she was working at a Big 5 Sporting Goods store.

Clarke said she has been working at the sporting goods store for 17 years now. Earlier this month, in the middle of the pandemic, she says a woman calling from Tracy asked her staff to hold a swimming pool for her.  "We told them that we would hold it for 30 minutes, they showed up 45 minutes later and the pool was gone," Clarke recalled. "So the lady was upset, understandably. I could understand that she was upset."

Clarke says the woman started throwing items off the counter, hit her in the face with something metal in her hand and casually walked out of the store with her baby's stroller in tote. She said the woman even took the time to cover up her license plates on the way out.

"It was so fast, I couldn't even put my hands up," Clarke recalled. "I had no idea she was going to hit me, like, didn't see it coming."

This week, the Modesto Police Department posted a picture of the alleged assaulter on its Facebook page. The photo shows a woman standing in the parking lot wearing a black mask with a Chanel logo. 

Since the attack, Clarke created a Facebook page called "Retail life during Covid-19" to help gain awareness of the struggles of retail workers working during the pandemic.  - (Black-on-White)

    (black) Man Charged In East Charlotte Shooting Death Of (White) 15-Year-Old, Victim Identified
black suspectCHARLOTTE, N.C. — According to a news release, CMPD detectives charged a suspect for the murder of a 15-year-old boy who died following an east Charlotte shooting.

Clifton Trimaine Stanfill, 18, was identified as a suspect and officers were able to quickly locate and arrest him, CMPD says. After he was interviewed by detectives, he was and charged with murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon.
The 15-year-old victim in the case has been identified as Roman Kichigin.

The investigation into this case is active and ongoing. 
- (Black-on-White)


    (Worthless criminal black) Man charged with murdering (unarmed White)  first responder in Cave Junction, Oregon
black suspectCAVE JUNCTION, Ore. – The man who is accused of shooting and killing a Southern Oregon firefighter has been arrested in Northern California.

The Illinois Valley Fire District said they were called out to an incident Thursday morning. One of its volunteer firefighters was getting ready to respond when he was shot and killed while leaving his home in the 900 block of Caves Highway in Cave Junction.

IVFD Chief John Holmes said, “From what we’re understanding, he was responding to one of our fires we had this [Thursday] morning. But as far as what had happened right after he opened the door to respond I, unfortunately, don’t have that information at this point.”

On the morning after the shooting, police identified the firefighter as 43-year-old Devin Tandy.

According to Oregon State Police, Tandy’s vehicle wasn’t at his residence after the shooting happened. So investigators told local law enforcement agencies to keep an eye out for the vehicle.

Eventually, the vehicle was found and the driver was detained in Del Norte County, California. He was identified as 22-year-old Deymon Edwards. He was lodged in the Del Norte County Jail for murder, burglary, robbery, and unlawful use of a vehicle.
- (Black-on-White)

    (black, soulless,  bushman) Suspect identified in deadly shooting of (White man) in Surfside Beach area
black suspectHORRY COUNTY, S.C. (WMBF) – One person was killed in a shooting Thursday night in the Cross Gate Villas parking lot in the Surfside Beach area, according to Horry County Deputy Coroner Darris Fowler. The shooting happened shortly before 10 p.m. on Maddington Place Drive, which is off Deerfield Links Drive.

Fowler identified the victim is 33-year-old Michael W. Pennington III, who died on the scene from a gunshot wound. According to Fowler the victim was from the Myrtle Beach area.

One person was taken into custody in connection with the shooting. Officials with the Horry County Police Department have identified him as 20-year-old Anijah Robert Yarnell, of Myrtle Beach.
Yarnell is charged with murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.
- (Black-on-White)

    (SMIRKING RACIST black) that ambush bushwhack assassinated White police officer back in court for competency hearing
black suspectblack suspectblack suspectBILOXI, Miss. (WLOX) - Darian Atkinson, the man accused of the ambush-style killing of Biloxi Police Officer Robert McKeithen, was back in court on Thursday. His competency to stand trial and a host of motions, including one to nullify his indictment, were among the topics heard by Judge Chris Schmidt.
- (Black-on-White)

    Detroit police make arrest after video of elder abuse goes viral - BLACK DEMON beats up bed-ridden elderly White man
black suspect black suspectDetroit Police Chief James Craig said the department is investigating the incident that allegedly occurred at Westwood Nursing Center on the city's northwest side.

"The nursing home was unaware of the assault until they saw the video," Craig said during a press conference Thursday. "We are still investigating that aspect of the case, but we do have a suspect in custody."

 A video had been posted on social media and shared several times by concerned citizens of an incident that allegedly occurred on May 15. Police said both the 75-year-old male victim and the suspect are patients at the nursing home located in the 16500 block of Schaefer.

The victim was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for his non-life threatening injuries, police said.

The suspect was taken into custody at the nursing home and transported to the Detroit Detention Center (DDC) without incident. Detroit Police is still investigating. Ann Arbor Police Department and the Washtenaw County Sheriffs Office helped in the case.
- (Black-on-White)

News link courtesy of Boyden Report Radio --- The Boyden Report --- Richard Boyden.com

    White daughter/sister of the Whites that shot black 'AA' resisting Citizen's arrest - dated blacks and her family "NOT RACIST"
'THEY'RE NOT MONSTERS' Woman whose brother and dad ‘killed’ Ahmaud Arbery admits ‘mistakes were made’ but claims ‘it was no lynching’

But when asked if her brother and father were racist, Lindsay answered: "Absolutely not.... I have never dated anyone of the same race since I was 19 years old and my father and my brother have loved every person that I've ever dated like they were their own son or brother... these are people that I have brought home, that my sweet mama has cooked for and given everything to."

She says she and her own mom - who were watching a movie in their pajamas during the shooting and had no idea what was happening - have been inundated with violent and threatening messages since the video was made public - and do not feel safe in their own home.

Lindsay shared a number of extremely violent and graphic messages with The Sun from people threatening to rape and kill them - as the case inflames tension across the US.

"Don't threaten my 61-year-old mother who is a hospice nurse... don't threaten to rape and murder her, don't threaten to rape and murder me or gut my dog.
- (Black-on-White)

    UK: (BLACK Jamaican) Rapist jailed for life in 2013 for raping 66-year-old (White) woman under new double jeopardy law
is cleared for release from jail by Parole Board

black suspect A sex attacker who raped a pensioner in her own bedroom before leaving her tied up in a cupboard has been cleared for release after serving seven years in prison.

Wendell Baker, 63, assaulted 66-year-old Hazel Backwell in 1997 after breaking into her home in Stratford, east London, while she slept.

Ms Backwell, who died in 2002, was bound with flex before being beaten beyond recognition, raped and finally locked up while her attacker ransacked her home. Baker initially walked free from court but was jailed for life with a minimum of 10 years in 2013 after fresh evidence was unearthed.  But the Parole Board yesterday cleared the rapist for release at an oral hearing, insisting that the decision was taken with 'great care' and 'public safety' at the forefront of the panel's minds.   
The case was then reopened in 2009 and Jamaican-born Baker, from Walthamstow, north east London, but of no fixed address, was arrested in 2011.  He was once again brought to trial, under the new double jeopardy laws, and found guilty by a unanimous jury.
The judge ordered Baker spend 10 and a half years behind bars, but this was later reduced by two years, making him eligible for parole last week. - (Black-on-White) - (UK)

    (white female) Youth worker, 25, bravely reveals her horrific stab wounds after she was scarred for life by her (black) sexfriend
black suspect A youth worker who was left with life-changing injuries following a brutal attack by her boyfriend has opened up about her domestic abuse struggles.

Jade Herbert, 25, had to spend a month in hospital after suffering serious scars to her face, head and left hand from when Fidal Robinson, 23, attacked her with a glass jug, chair, television, a pair of scissors and a bread knife.

Between October and December last year, Robinson attacked the youth worker several times since their (interracial sexual relationship) began in September.

The pair had begun an (interracial sexual relationship) after meeting on Snapchat but the behaviour of Robinson soon turned violent, with Ms Herbert describing him as an 'immature egoist'.

Robinson, who has a lengthy criminal record which includes robbery, attacks on prison staff and an assault on his own mother in 2011, would turn abusive if Ms Herbert made plans to go out in the evening.    The 23-year-old also attacked Ms Herbert's sister, Leah, when he met the relative for the first time in October after he had taken cocaine with another male friend.

Speaking about the attack that left her in hospital, Ms Herbert added: 'He punched me in the face and smashed a glass jug over my head.
'I can't count the amount of times he hit me, he hit me all over my body and everything. 'He then stabbed me and cut me with scissors, stamped on me and started smacking the jug all over my head.  'I had a big cast iron chair which he threw at me whilst kicking and punching me. 'I went to the bathroom where he hit me more. I was on the floor and thought he would stop but he smacked the TV over my head while I was on the floor and there was blood everywhere. 'I asked him if I could go to my sister's but he said 'if I can't have you no one will have you.  'He then grabbed a bread knife and was chopping me on my face, arms, hand and leg. I thought I was going to die. I grabbed a knife and threw it.  'He was still hitting me and dragged me downstairs and I tried to get the knife but did not know where I threw it.
'I was screaming out for help and saying 'call the police.'
- (Black-on-White)

Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL) and is a mortal threat to your family and friends

    Mourning a murder and solving a murder in the age of coronavirus: A California family’s hunt for answers
black suspectJackson Reese Butler died after being stabbed in the Hyatt House Pleasanton parking lot on April 15.  Jackson, who turned 19 Feb. 1, was fighting for his life following a brutal knife attack in a Pleasanton, Calif., hotel parking lot. Jackson soon succumbed to multiple stab words. (sic) Five weeks later, no murder charges have been brought and little is publicly known about what went down when the young student wandered into the parking lot in shorts and flipflops for the last time.
On April 21, about a week later, police arrested two in connection with the case, although neither suspect was charged with murder. Isaiah Joseph Howard, 19, was detained briefly at the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin on suspicion of accessory to murder, and concealment or destruction of evidence. He promptly made $40,000 bail and was released. A second suspect, who is 17 (a minor so his name was not released), was held at the juvenile hall on charges of robbery and conspiracy.
According to Jackson's sister, (the black suspect) Howard and her (White) brother played football together. As far as she knows, they were acquaintances – not enemies – and followed each other on Instagram.  The minor, she said, is closely related to Howard and was also (an aspiring black athlete).
She pointed out that her brother saved up to buy himself a designer bag, which arrived in the mail that day. He posted a picture of it on his social media as well as a picture of an old one he was selling, raising red flags about whether he was a victim of a robbery. The new bag was $900.
- (Black-on-White)

    Bond waived for (cowardly low-life negro scum)  suspect days before killing unarmed 80-year-old (White woman) at Walgreens
black suspectHOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- The man accused of stabbing an 80-year-old woman to death on Saturday was out on bond at the time of the murder.

Bond for Randy Lewis, 38, was waived back on April 30 for a charge of assaulting a public servant from two years ago. A charging document stated he struck someone who was transferring him to the county jail.

Court records indicate he was found temporarily incompetent after a mental exam in October 2019 and was committed to a mental facility. In March, his stay was extended by a judge for 60 days after a request from the head of the facility. He was subsequently released to Royal Personal Care Home on May 1.
Lewis has been arrested dozens of times in his life. He was charged several times with assault, theft, trespassing, possession of marijuana and burglary of a vehicle.

The woman he is accused of killing is 80-year-old Rosalie Cook. Police say she was stabbed in the chest outside of her car after shopping inside the Walgreens near the corner of Gessner and S. Braeswood Boulevard.

Her family said she was the perfect grandma. - (Black-on-White)

    Detroit suburb BLACK-ON-WHITE female homicide case closed after suspect dies in custody
black suspectblack suspectblack suspectRedford Township near Detroit, MI -- A Redford homicide case has been closed following a year-long investigation after the offender was shot and killed by a Wayne County Sheriff’s deputy during an escape attempt while being transferred to jail.

Donna Kendrick-Rutherford, 65, was found dead by Redford Township police in her home on the 19800 block of Five Points on Oct. 25, 2018. Investigators found the death was a result of a home invasion or robbery but found no immediate suspects, according to police.

The county medical examiner found evidence of blunt-force trauma and that the death was a result of stabbing. In December 2018, officials identified Martez Storey-Webb, 25, and his girlfriend, 16, as suspects in the death, according to Redford police. By then, Storey-Webb was already dead.

Storey-Webb, his girlfriend and his brother, Anthony Webb, were suspects of a home invasion in Detroit in November 2018, which resulted in the death of his brother who was shotStorey-Webb was also shot at the incident, both by the intended victim of the home invasion, according to officials. He and his girlfriend were arrested by police after claiming to be victims of an armed robbery.

The girlfriend was placed in juvenile detention while Storey-Webb was transported to Ascension St. John Hospital for treatment.
Storey-Webb was shot and killed while attempting to escape in an ambulance on I-94 in Detroit by the Wayne County Sheriff’s deputy who was guarding him during the transfer to jail, according to officials. - (Black-on-White)

    Second suspect arrested in murder of Orlando teen, police say - May 6, 2020
black suspectORLANDO, Fla. — The Orlando Police Department said a second suspect was arrested Wednesday after a teenager was shot and killed at an apartment complex last month. Officers said they arrested Javon Schroeder, 19, who is charged with felony murder and armed sale or delivery.

The teenager, David Butterworth, 16, was shot April 26 at the Isle Apartments at 5308 Long Road. Officers said Butterworth suffered a gunshot wound to the chest. He was taken to a hospital, where he died.

The Orlando Police Department said a second arrest was made.  On Saturday, police said they arrested Oscar Valencia, who is charged with second-degree murder with a firearm and remains in the Orange County Jail.
- (Black-on-White)

    (black) Man slashes (White) married couple with machete, says he was angry over coronavirus lockdown
black suspect  A 35-year-old man has been arrested and charged with attempted murder after an unprovoked and random machete attack on a married couple has left them in critical condition and clinging to life. The incident occurred on Sunday afternoon when Metro Nashville Police in Tennessee were called to the offices of Public Storage at 2:47 p.m. to reports of a man attacking a couple with a machete inside the main office as other customers waited inside.
The suspect, later named as 35-year-old Kelvin Edwards, allegedly entered the office and, without warning, began repeatedly slashing the married victims with his machete, even after they were on the floor and bleeding badly.

The couple, Kevin Craft, 55, and Leanne Craft, 50, were immediately taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center and were listed in critical condition. According to the Metro Nashville Police, six officers responded to the scene of the crime and were able to apply tourniquets to the victims in an effort to control their bleeding and save their lives.   - (Black-on-White)

    Ken Osmond, Eddie Haskell On ‘Leave It To Beaver,’ Dies At 76
black suspectOS ANGELES (CBSLA/AP) — Ken Osmond, who played Eddie Haskell on “Leave It to Beaver,” died in Los Angeles Monday at 76, his family confirmed.

“He was an incredibly kind and wonderful father,” son Eric Osmond said in a statement. “He had his family gathered around him when he passed. He was loved and will be very missed.”

Ken Osmond’s Eddie Haskell stood out among many memorable characters on the classic family sitcom “Leave it to Beaver,” which ran from 1957 to 1963 on CBS and ABC, but had a decades-long life of reruns and revivals.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Osmond spent 18 years with the Los Angeles Police Department before being shot three times by a suspected car thief in 1980. He was left severely wounded and effectively ending his days on the job. - (Black-on-White)

    Police arrest (black) suspect accused of beating 71-year-old (White female) restaurant owner in Troy
black suspect TROY NY (WRGB) - Police have arrested a suspect in connection with an assault at a Troy restaurant.
Troy Police report that 39-year-old Shamaiah Davis has been arrested following an investigation into the assault at Jimmy's Lunch in Troy.
Officers say the 71-year-old business owner was assaulted by Davis - after he ordered takeout and she asked him to leave. We’re told the attack sent the woman to the hospital with several cuts to her head, which required staples and stitches.
24-hours after the attack, police released more details on the suspect, and called on the community to help track him down. Police say that around 4:00 p.m. Friday, Davis was arrested in Albany before being transported to the Troy Police Department for questioning. He has been charged with 2nd degree assault, 1st degree robbery, 1st degree unlawful imprisonment, and 2nd degree criminal possession of a weapon, all felonies. - (Black-on-White)

    (black) Man charged in assault of (White) KSTP anchor Matt Belanger on light rail platform
black suspect Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN
---A man has been charged in the assault of KSTP anchor Matt Belanger.

Vennie Jerome Williams, 39, was charged with third-degree assault and harassment with intent to injure in an assault that occurred on Tuesday.

According to the criminal complaint, officers responded to Fourth Street and Marquette Avenue near the Nicollet Avenue light rail platform. There, officers met with Belanger who stated that while walking across the Nicollet Avenue light rail platform, a person he did not know suddenly cocked his right arm back and threw what he thought was a rock directly at him. Matt was about 3 feet away when the object was thrown and it struck him in the left eye.

Belanger went to Hennepin County Medical Center where he learned that he had suffered a corneal and ocular abrasion, which could lead to permanent damage to his eye. Officers reviewed surveillance footage of the incident and were able to identify the alleged assailant, who was found near Sixth Street S. and Marquette Avenue. According to the complaint, Belanger was transported to the area and he positively identified Williams as the attacker. Williams is currently in custody, he is scheduled to appear in court Monday on the charges.
- (Black-on-White)

    (black) Arrested for shooting (white female domestic "sex-pal" to death on Market Street 
black suspectRENO, Nev. (KOLO) - May 16 update: The Reno Police Department announced the arrest of a suspect in a fatal shooting Wednesday night at La Quinta Inn near Wooster High School.

Lamar Adams, 47, was booked on an open murder charge, the Reno Police Department said Saturday. Open murder means if convicted Adams could face as serious of a charge as first degree murder or it could be manslaughter. Police said they found Adams driving a stolen vehicle.

Police identified the victim as Lynette Lozano, 42.
Police said Adams confessed to shooting Lozano and said the two had been living together at the time of the shooting. (A LIE - "She had been hiding out from her abuser for the last couple of months")  - (Black-on-White)

  • Toll paid in full Reno motel room
  • Lynnette Lozano Toaetolu (gofundme)
    It’s with great sadness that in the early morning hours my niece was a victim of domestic violence! She had been hiding out from her abuser
    for the last couple of months and was placed into an emergency safe shelter! Her abuser found her and shot her in front of her 2 small children ages 4 and 7. I am raising this money to  help pay for the funeral costs and so my sister and brother in law can receive help in obtaining guardianship of their grandchildren and get them from out of state! Any help is appreciated ❤️❤️
  • "Toaetolu" - apparently a SAMOAN surname
Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)

    (black) Suspect arrested in shooting death of (White) woman
black suspectblack suspectDENVER — A suspect has been arrested in the shooting death of a woman in an east Denver alleyway. According to the Denver Police Department (DPD), 40-year-old Cornelius Haney has been taken into custody. On Saturday morning, officers responded to an alley. The woman was taken to the hospital in critical condition, and DPD announced that she had died a few hours later. She was identified Tuesday as 21-year-old Heather Perry.

Officers processing the scene located a spent cartridge casing, suspected blood and clothing according to the probable cause statement released by DPD. Officers reviewing surveillance video taken near the alley, followed Haney's tracks as he walked down the alley, got into an altercation with the victim, and leave the alley. In the video, officers also saw what could possibly be a firearm in Haney's left hand. Upon reviewing video from the Motel 9, officers saw Haney remove his jacket and place it in the dumpster in front of the motel. Using the High Activity Location Observation (HALO) camera in the area, officers spotted video of two suspects leaving a stairwell at 8405 East Colfax Avenue that only accesses two rooms at the Westerner Motel. Using surveillance video in the area and HALO camera footage, police were able to locate Haney inside a nearby motel. Police responded to the Westerner Motel, to conduct an interview with the occupants of a room where they believed Haney to be staying. Police found Haney hiding inside the bathroom with what officers suspected to be cocaine inside the toilet.
- (Black-on-White)

    (black) Man kills (White) neighbor over property ownership dispute near Buckeye
black suspectBUCKEYE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- A man has been arrested after shooting and killing his neighbor over a property dispute in Buckeye on Monday night. The suspect, 48-year-old Javon Berry, told Maricopa County Sheriff deputies that he was with his uncle in a truck near Hidden Lake when they were approached by 51-year-old Richard Mladick who was blocking the roadway with his truck. Berry said Mladick left his truck and approached their vehicle, (allegedly) called them racial slurs and stated he was going to kill them.

Court paperwork indicates Berry believed Mladick was going to get a gun from his vehicle so he fired three shots, one towards the victim’s vehicle and two towards Mladick. Berry told MCSO that he was attempting to shoot the victim in the butt or legs and did not intend to kill him. According to court paperwork, Berry and Mladick had an ongoing conflict with each other over property ownership.
- (Black-on-White)

    (black) Man charged, (white) woman identified after deadly shooting in Paducah
black suspectPADUCAH, KY - Paducah police have charged a man released from prison a year ago with murder, after they say he shot and killed a local special education teacher.

Police say they caught 56-year-old Kelvin Richardson of Paducah a few blocks away from the Fountain Avenue home of Carrie D. McCord, where they say he shot and killed her in the back yard. Police say they found McCord lying in the yard with an apparent gun shot wound and a male fleeing the area on a bicycle.

Police found Richardson less than three blocks away with a .357-caliber handgun.
McCracken County Coroner Amanda Melton pronounced McCord dead at the scene.  Richardson told detectives that McCord had tried to help him adjust to life outside of prison, then in March, he began to cause problems for McCord and she got an Interpersonal Protective Order to keep him away from her and her home.

Richardson says he got a handgun and went to McCord's home on Tuesday intending to kill her and three neighbors who apparently intervened in an earlier accident. Richardson says he confronted McCord on her back porch, and said he demanded she call the neighbors outside so he could kill them. Police say she repeatedly refused, so he shot her and left the scene on a bicycle.
- (Black-on-White)

  • Paducah, KY white wimman, 56 helps jigro adjust to life outside its cage ends up shot to deff
  • Community mourns C.D. McCord
    PADUCAH — As the rain falls on Harrison Street, flowers are being left on the front steps of the white house on the corner, where Carrie D. "C.D." McCord was tragically murdered. Paducah police believe Kelvin Richardson is the person who shot and killed McCord in her back yard on Tuesday. Police say Richardson got out of prison little over a year ago, and McCord was helping him get used to life outside. Police say Richardson began causing problems for McCord in March, and she got an interpersonal protective order to keep him away from her. 

    UPDATE: DEAD-eyed, soulless black murdered 85-year-old woman and 86-year-old husband in cemetery - dead after shootout 
black suspectBEAR, Del (CBS) — Delaware State Police have identified the man they say shot and killed an elderly husband and wife on the grounds of the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery. Officials say 29-year-old Sheldon C. Francis shot the couple before getting into a gun battle with police.
Delaware State Police are releasing the names of the victims that were shot on the grounds of cemetery
The 86 year old male victim has been identified as Paul C. Marino of Elkton, MD, who was initially admitted to an area hospital in critical condition. On Saturday, May 9, 2020, Mr. Marino succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced deceased at the hospital. His wife, 85-year old Lidia Marino, of Elkton, MD, was pronounced deceased on scene.
Linda from Delaware, wrote on May. 12, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss of your parents. They were the kindness people I knew. I knew your parents from helping to take care of a women who lived near your parents your Mom would come over and we will talk all the time. I would stop at the house and see Anthony and your mom and dad. Was so sorry when Anthony passed he was so sweet. Lida and I just talked last week I just dont know what to say I loved them both and my thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Love. Linda (also shared an image)
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    Waterbury police arrest (black) suspect involved in deadly crash (that resulted in the death of a White woman)
black suspect WATERBURY, CT (WFSB) – Waterbury police have arrested a suspect accused in a fatal crash that happened on April 22. On Wednesday morning, police arrested 26-year-old Jamall Smith.
He was wanted in connection with a deadly crash that happened on April 22 on East Main Street. According to police, a BMW driven by Smith was traveling west on East Main Street when it crossed over the yellow line and hit a Honda traveling the opposite direction. Smith was brought to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. 
The drive of the Honda, identified as 20-year-old Jada Manning, was brought to the hospital with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries. The passenger of the Honda, 20-year-old Dominique Dalessio, was brought to the hospital and died from her injuries on April 28.  - (Black-on-White)

    (black) Ex-con on parole arrested in Chicago for strangulation of (white) woman found half-naked dead in Bronx garbage can
black suspectAn ex-con has been arrested in Chicago for the strangulation of a woman whose body was found half-naked in a garbage can in a Bronx alley, police sources said Wednesday.

Khphruan Campbell, 39, who also goes by the alias Kaffron Kimeall, was nabbed by authorities in the Windy City on Monday for the murder of 38-year-old Becky Crown.

Crown’s body was found stuffed in a trash can on Park Ave. near E. 182nd St. in Belmont, across from the Metro-North train tracks, on April 20. Campbell, who has family in Illinois, was staying at the home of someone he knows in Chicago when he was captured. He’s expected to be extradited back to the Bronx to be arraigned on murder charges.  Campbell did three years in prison after being convicted of attempted robbery and assault in Manhattan in 2014. His parole was expected to end in October.

A building super found Crown’s body in the trash can. Her corpse was clothed in a top but had no underwear or pants on, cops said.
The city Medical Examiner determined the cause of death was compression of the neck and chest and the case was ruled a homicide.
The super told the News he and investigators watched surveillance video showing a man pass through an open gate to head to an alley leading to the building’s basement. The man went down a small flight of stairs and dumped the woman into one of the three garbage bins that were lined up on one side of the alley.

Detectives also recovered video that shows Campbell with Crown before her death, sources said, but Campbell, who lived around the corner from where Crown’s body was found, had fled the state before NYPD cops could arrest him.
Crown had lived in shelters until four years ago when she became a resident of Rustin House, an Upper West Side transitional housing facility for the formerly homeless run by Lantern Community Services, friends said. - (Black-on-White)

    In recent murder, (black) shooter said “It’s all good. He’s gone,”   - [woman was dating black suspect and white victim]
black suspectLUBBOCK, Texas — An arrest warrant against Christopher Carmona, 22, which was made available on Tuesday morning described the events that led up to the most recent murder case in Lubbock. Carmona was arrested Monday and charged with murder.
Early Monday morning, police were called to the 4900 block of Bangor Avenue. They found a dead man lying on the grass outside of some apartments. He appeared to have been shot multiple times according to the warrant. “The deceased male was later identified as Walter Harper through fingerprint analysis,” the warrant said. After the release of the warrant, police said Harper was age 23.
Police began to look for witnesses and found one who saw the shooting.
“[A witness] stated he had observed a black male chasing a white male between building D at 5401 50th Street.
The black male stopped on 50th Street and fired a handgun numerous times at the fleeing white male.

Another (female) witness had "ties" to both Harper and Carmona. “She stated she had been in a dating relationship with Walter Harper and had also been seeing Carmona,” the warrant said. “She stated Harper was at her apartment and Carmona wanted to come over also,” the warrant said. “She told Harper that Carmona was coming over and he began to get dressed to leave.
She stated Carmona arrived and knocked on the door. Harper answered the door and saw it was Carmona and shut the door.”

The two men went outside and argued so the woman did not see what happened but she heard three gunshots, according to the warrant.
The warrant did not say how many shots were fired but indicated “a large number of casings were located.”

“Carmona returned to the apartment and she asked him about the gunshots. He told her ‘It’s all good. He’s gone,’” the warrant said. When police questioned Carmona he at first claimed to know nothing about the shots. He later said he fired into the air because Harper had an AR-15 shooting at him. Police did not believe him.

“Video surveillance from the apartment complex was obtained and the video captured the shooting in its entirety,” the warrant said.

In April, Carmona was one of two gunshot victims with non-life-threatening injuries in the 2700 block of East Baylor Street.
Carmona remained in the Lubbock County Detention Center Tuesday morning on a $250,000 bond.
- (Black-on-White)

Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(we do not know the race of the woman that was dating both the
black suspect and the white victim)

    (Snard black) Suspect charged in death of 64-year-old (White) N.J. man shot outside his home
black suspectA Burlington County man has been charged in the fatal shooting of a 64-year-old man outside his home, authorities said Friday.

Tristan Majeed, 50, of Medford Township was charged Thursday night at the Burlington County Jail in Mount Holly, where he was being held on other charges, according to Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Pemberton Township Acting Police Chief David King.

The victim, Kenneth Ryan, was shot in the head Jan. 20 outside his home in the Browns Mills section of Pemberton Township. He was taken to a Trenton hospital, where he died two days later, investigators said.

The motive for the shooting remains under investigation, according to the prosecutor and chief. Majeed is charged with murder and several weapons possession offenses, authorities said.
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    Court finds (BLACK) Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill groped (White) women, strips him of law license for 30 days
black suspect Indiana State Attorney General Curtis T. Hill Jr., a rising star in the Republican party, had his license to practice law suspended for 30 days by the state Supreme Court for inappropriately touching four women during a 2018 party.

Hill, 59, who made history in 2016 by becoming the first African American elected as Indiana's top law enforcement official, said in a statement that he accepted the ruling issued on Monday "with humility and respect" to the state's highest court and will begin his suspension on May 18.

"Rep. Mara Candelaria Reardon, who is now a Democratic candidate for Congress, according to the complaint.
Reardon claimed that Hill touched her "bare back, rubbing his hand down her back down to or just above her buttocks without her consent".   Three other female legislative staffers, all in their 20s, claimed they were subjected to similar behavior. One claimed Hill groped her buttocks, another accused him of rubbing her back without her consent and a third accused him of putting his arm around her waist and pulling her toward him.
- (Black-on-White)
  • 2 women publicly accuse Indiana attorney general of groping
  • (White female) Hill accusers provide emotional testimony
    Testimony in the attorney discipline action against Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill continues Tuesday after emotional remarks Monday from the women who have accused him of sexual misconduct. Legislative staffers Samantha Lozano and Gabrielle McLemore Brock and former legislative staffer Niki DaSilva took the stand Monday afternoon... Lozano testified first, telling hearing officer Myra Selby that she witnessed Hill slide his hand down Democratic Rep. Mara Candelaria Reardon’s bare back at the sine die party, as Reardon had testified to earlier on Monday. However, saying she felt uncomfortable, Lozano said she looked away before Hill, as Reardon said, slid his thumb under the fabric of her dress and squeezed her buttocks.
  • Stage set for Hill misconduct case

    Slain (White) woman’s family alarmed by (black) murder defendant’s release to tether
black suspectThe sister of a slain Ypsilanti woman is beside herself after a judge ordered the release of the murder defendant in the case, citing a lengthy time behind bars set to be exacerbated by the novel coronavirus.
Orlando Whitfield, 31, of Ypsilanti Township, faces an open murder charge in the January 2018 death of 25-year-old Marissa Edmunds.

Officials have said Edmunds was shot in the head and her boyfriend was critically injured during a robbery of them and two others Jan. 11, 2018, at the University Green Apartments, 725 Green Road in Ypsilanti.
Whitfield was arraigned the same month on the murder charge, along with four counts of armed robbery and possessing a firearm in the commission of a felony. He was denied bond.

Now, Whitfield has been in custody for 28 months while presumed innocent, Washtenaw County Trial Court Judge Carol Kuhnke said in a May 5 order for a personal recognizance bond, with Whitfield restricted to an Ypsilanti Township home and using a GPS tether.

The release was bad choice for a dangerous man, said Marissa Edmunds’ sister, Amanda Edmunds, 32, of Ypsilanti.

She pointed to the timing of her sister’s death — two months after Whitfield was discharged from the Michigan Department of Corrections.

He had served time for assault with intent to commit sexual penetration for a 2007 incident in Washtenaw County. Prior to that, he was serving probationary sentences in Wayne County on two counts of third-degree fleeing police and operating or allowing someone to drive with an invalid license.

Whitfield faces up to life in prison if convicted of first-degree murder or armed robbery, and Amanda Edmunds said that’s also a reason to keep him locked up.

“Who’s to say he’s not going to get out, cut his freaking tether off and then just disappear?” she said.She also said the family kept a teenage sibling home from work out of concern for the release.
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    Elderly White Woman Dies After Hammer Attack by Elderly Black Female Neighbor
black suspectManchester, Connecticut  --  A Manchester woman has died after she was attacked with a hammer by another woman last week, according to Manchester police. Police said the victim, 73-year-old Andrea Mazzoli, was found lying on the ground outside an apartment building at 619 Hartford Road on April 23. She was taken to St. Francis Hospital where she later died.

Mazzoli's injuries were described as being caused by a hammer. While watching surveillance footage, officers spotted a resident of the building walking with a hammer in a hallway near where the victim was found. According to police, investigators tried to speak with that person, identified as 72-year-old Dalas Elder and said she interfered with officers. She was eventually found in her home with a hammer. Elder was arrested and charged with first-degree assault, first-degree assault of an elderly person, tampering with evidence, carrying a dangerous weapon, and interfering with an officer. She was initially held on a $1.025 million bond.

On April 28, Mazzoli died of her injuries. Her death was ruled a homicide. Additional charges against Elder are now pending.
- (Black-on-White)

    Update on officer-involved shooting in Council Bluffs - Black man fired a handgun at (White) police officer
black suspect (Council Bluffs) - Iowa -- The Council Bluffs Police Department has released more information on an officer-involved shooting that occurred May 2nd at a convenience store at 3434 Nebraska Avenue.

Jimmy Carr, 34, of Omaha, Nebraska, was booked into the Pottawattamie County Jail this morning. He had been at the Douglas County Jail in Omaha since May 4th after being discharged from the Nebraska Medical Center.  Carr is being charged with Attempted Murder of a Police Officer, Robbery 1st Degree and Felon in Possession of a Firearm.

Carr is accused of firing a handgun at Council Bluffs Police Officer Michael Roberts, who approached him as he was attempting to commit a theft from the convenience store.  Roberts, who was not injured during the incident, returned fire, hitting Carr.  Roberts is a 22-year veteran with the Council Bluffs Police Department; he has been on administrative leave since the incident.  - (Black-on-White)

    (Black) Florida Keys Teen Accused killing his brother and stabbing his father Hospitalized In Severe Condition after suicide try
black suspect KEY LARGO (CBSMiami)
A teenager accused of killing his brother Pascal-Rene Zue Weisberger and stabbing his father Ariel Jacob Poholek Thursday morning is fighting for his life after jumping in front of a moving vehicle.

The tri-county search for 17-year-old Daniel Weisberger came to an end not far from the murder scene. “I stop my truck, started directing traffic behind me,” said witness John Jankowski. Jankowski was just driving down U.S. 1 near Founders Park when he says it “absolutely” looked intentional when someone jumped in front of a moving car. “I seen the man run out from that side of the road across the southbound lane into northbound lane, and ran right into the side of the truck is what it appeared to me,” he said.
The person who was hit was confirmed by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office to be Weisberger.
He remains at Jackson Memorial Hospital where his condition is described as severe.

Weisberger is accused of stabbing and killing his 14-year-old brother and seriously injuring his father at the Executive Bay Club townhomes near Mile Marker 87.2 in Islamorada. When Monroe County Sheriff’s deputies arrived, Weisberger was gone.

"AFRO ROOTS" T-shirt wearing Ariel Jacob Poholek was airlifted by Trauma Star to Ryder Trauma Center in Miami. It’s unclear what spurred Weisberger to stab his younger brother and then his father, said sheriff’s spokesman Adam Linhardt in an email. Linhardt said a number of agencies, including Miami-Dade police, assisted in the search for Weisberger, who was consider armed and dangerous. After being located, Weisberger was taken to a Miami hospital with serious injuries.

Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsay called the fatal stabbing a “heinous crime,” which was discovered when a neighbor called 911 after a bloody Ariel Jacob Poholek came to his door, bleeding saying his own son stabbed him.  Ariel Jacob Poholek reportedly told the neighbor that Weisberger stabbed his younger brother multiple times, including in the neck. Ariel Jacob Poholek worked for NOAA Fisheries, who released the following statement: “We are deeply saddened by this unexpected tragedy. Our thoughts are with Ariel and his family, and we ask for privacy for him during this very difficult time.” - (Black-on-White)

Am I my brother's keeper?”

    2 (BLACKS) Arrested In Connection With SW OKC Homicide (of a White man)
black suspectsTwo men have been arrested in connection with a deadly shooting at a southwest Oklahoma City gas station. The shooting happened just after 10 p.m. at a 7-Eleven near Interstate 240 and S May Avenue. Police said they now have two in custody.
Many residents were left shaken after a man was gunned down.   ”I mean it was terrifying to think that anybody would do something like that,” said Beth Ramsey, a local resident.

The victim is identified as 41-year-old Josh Stewart. He was taken to a nearby hospital where he later died.
Police arrested 20-year-old Trevynn Conley and 21-year-old Clarence Wright.
They were booked in the Oklahoma County jail. 
- (Black-on-White)

    Demon-posessed black man entered Diesel Barbershop proclaiming "God sent me here to kill you" - stabbed one WM to death, & WF
black suspect San Antonio, Texas --San Antonio police arrested 42-year-old Damion Terrell Blue Campbell on Wednesday night in connection to an incident that left one person dead and another wounded at a Northwest Side barbershop earlier in the day. Campbell was charged with murder."

At around 12:15 p.m. on Wednesday, officers were called to the Diesel Barbershop in the Bandera Oaks shopping plaza for a cutting in progress. When police arrived, they found 20-year-old Evan Sorrell Ford O'Regan, an employee of the barbershop, laying near the back door of the business suffering from multiple stab wounds. Oregan died at the scene.

While police were on scene, they were directed to another injured person inside a Pei Wei restaurant nearby. The woman, 30-year-old Gabrielle Harrell, was found with multiple stab wounds and was transported to University Hospital. Harrell was also an employee at Diesel Barbershop.

Witnesses told police that Oregan and Harrell were inside the barbershop taking customer appointments and preparing for the shop to open when Oregan had gone outside to talk with a man. The man, later identified as Campbell, entered the barbershop with Oregan and witnesses thought he was trying to make an appointment as the two went to the work computer and the victim began to type information in.
But then, armed with a knife and a gun, Campbell took all of the employees to the back of the business, the affidavit said.

Once there, Campbell put Oregan into a chokehold until he passed out, which allowed one witness to escape, the affidavit continued. Investigators said video surveillance footage then showed Campbell stabbing Harrell and Oregan multiple times before fleeing from the business.

When investigators were collecting evidence, they found the babershop's computer on with a prompted window that said "Damion Campbell must have a card on file in order to book this appointment," the affidavit said. Detectives were able to obtain a copy of Campbell's driver's license. Police searched for Campbell for hours before he was eventually captured around 4:30 p.m.
- (Black-on-White)

    Friends remember TRANS victim killed in barbershop attack on Northwest Side - by Demon-possesed lunatic black
black suspectSAN ANTONIO – Friends of a victim tragically killed Wednesday in a barbershop attack on the Northwest Side want the community to know more about the life taken too soon.
The Bexar County Medical Examiner has identified the victim as 20-year old Evan O’Regan, but friends knew "her-it" as Helle Jae O’Regan.

Luke Tyler and Harvest Barry stopped by the barbershop where O’Regan was killed to add flowers to the memorial. They say "she-it" was a beautiful human and kind to everyone "she-it" met. “Every time I saw  "her-it" , "she-it" smiled. "She-it’d do anything for you,” Tyler said. "She-it" was a caring person. I never saw "her-it" in a bad mood.”

Damion Campbell, 43, has been charged in connection with her murder, police said.
- (Black-on-White)

    DNA match leads to arrest (of black man) in 2016 cold case murder (of a homeless White woman)
black suspectPHOENIX, Arizona (3TV/CBS 5) - After 3 and a half years of investigating, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said deputies have arrested a man for the murder of a woman found shot to death thanks to a DNA match.
Tony Tyrone Reed, 60, was taken into custody on Friday.

It all started on Nov. 9, 2016, when deputies found the body of 39-year-old Sabrina Rollins in the area of 107th and Southern avenues. Deputies said she was shot and killed less than two days after she was released from the Lower Buckeye Jail. Investigators did a sexual assault kit and developed a DNA profile but no suspect was identified at the time.

Fast forward to April 2019, when MCSO asked the Arizona Department of Public Safety for help. DPS' crime lab did a DNA search in its database of those arrested and those convicted of crimes for a possible relative of the DNA found in the sexual assault kit. In November of 2019, the results came back and they led investigators to Reed. When deputies first talked to Reed, they said he denied being involved in Rollins' murder. Days later, investigators got a warrant for Reed's DNA to compare it to the DNA recovered from the victim. Based on that comparison, Reed was identified as the suspect and was arrested. Investigators didn't say what led up to the murder or release a possible motive. - (Black-on-White)

    Cowardly lowlife fatherless black predators snuck up on an 84-year-old White woman, knocked her down, breaking bones for purse
black suspectblack suspectblack suspectATLANTA, GA - Police say an 84-year-old woman was robbed in the middle of the day by men wearing surgical masks. The men are still on the run and the woman is in the hospital with broken bones.

"I want them caught. You don't do this, much less to an old lady. Take me, take on my husband, but not an old lady," said Jennifer Heffron.

Jennifer Heffron says her 84-year-old mom, Dorothy Lamson, is in incredible shape. Ms. Lamson had just picked up a prescription at a CVS on Peachtree Road and wanted to walk home Monday afternoon. It was only a couple of blocks to Heffron's home in the Brookwood Hills Community.

Police say as Ms. Lamson was walking on the sidewalk, someone came up from behind her, knocked her to the ground, grabbed her purse, and took off.  "I can't believe anyone would be so brazen to do that in the middle of the day in a neighborhood where people are always out walking, running, taking babies for a stroll," said Heffron. Ms. Lamson was rushed to the hospital. She has a hairline fracture in her forearm and had so many broken bones in her shoulder she had to have a shoulder replacement. "She broke her shoulder, the doctor said she had 4 pieces of bone moving around, so she now has a bionic shoulder," said Heffron.

Police reviewed security video and found images of 2 men wearing surgical masks in a dark 2018 or 2019 Honda Accord with a drive out tag.  One of the men was caught on camera with what appears to be the woman's purse in his hand.

"I still can't get over the fact that my mother was mugged seven houses form my own," said Heffron.
A despicable crime made even worse by the fact that the crooks were wearing masks during a pandemic.
"I think it's even worse that they're wearing masks, that's going to make it harder, but I want them caught," said Heffron.
- (Black-on-White)

    Authorities hunt for 3 (black) suspects after (White) woman shot dead in Aiken County
black suspectblack suspectblack suspectAIKEN, S.C. (WRDW/WAGT) -- Authorities today are still looking for three suspects after a shooting left an Aiken woman dead. Aiken County Sheriff's Office investigators said Monday she was shot in a car by three men. The Aiken County Coroner’s Office along with the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of 31-year-old Christina Cuteri, of Aiken. She was pronounced dead at a home in the 1600 block of Old Jackson Highway near Kathwood Road. Cuteri suffered at least one gunshot wound and will be autopsied Wednesday morning in Newberry.
Authorities responded to the scene after a caller said his friend had been shot. Deputies arrived and found Cuteri unresponsive in the driver's seat of a car. A witness told deputies three black men shot at the woman's car when they pulled into the driveway of a residence. The three fled moments later in a black sedan. One of the shooters is described as a black male with long dreadlocks while the other two suspects have short hair.
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    (black) Suspect taken into custody in Macon, Georgia homicide on Masseyville road (for murder of a White woman)
black suspectMacon, Georgia - UPDATE 3:56AM Bibb County Sheriff's made an arrest in the homicide of 29-year-old Ashley Heberling late Sunday, May 3rd.
The arrest was made after warrants were issued for Randy Singleton Jr. who then turned himself in. Sheriff's deputies took Singleton Jr. into custody and then moved him to the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center where he is currently being held without bond on a murder charge.
 27-year-old Randy Singleton Jr. is wanted in connection to the murder that happened at the "Retreat at Ragan" Sunday morning. Singleton Jr. is described as a light-skinned black male, approximately 5 feet 9 inches in height, and weighs approximately 140 lbs.
MACON, Ga. -- A woman was found with a gunshot to the neck at Retreat at Regan apartments around 10 a.m., Sunday morning. That woman has been identified as 29-year-old Ashley Heberling.
Heberling was transported to the hospital where she later died.  - (Black-on-White)

    (black) Suspect arrested in connection to fatal shooting of former Baton Rouge police officer
black suspectA Baton Rouge man has been arrested and booked on second degree murder charges after police say he fatally shot a former BRPD officer Tuesday.
Craig Willis, 29, is accused of shooting Ryan Hord, 31, around 11:48 p.m. in a car jacking.
Willis and Hord shot at each other and Hord died at the scene from his injuries, police said.   Willis was shot and fled on foot but was caught and later taken to an area hospital for treatment, according to a BRPD release.
In addition to the murder charge, Willis also is charged with simple burglary, felon in possession of a firearm and resisting an officer.
  • VINE, America’s number one victim notification network identifies the suspect as black
  • (Black-on-White)

  •     8 (6 are black) Charged After (WHITE) New Jersey State Trooper Shot While Investigating Home Invasion
    black suspectblack suspect TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) — Police have made arrests in connection to the shooting of a New Jersey State Trooper over the weekend in Salem County. Police say 21-year-old Najzeir Hutchings opened fire, shooting New Jersey State Police Detective Richard Hershey.
    Hutchings is charged with attempted murder of a law enforcement officer.
    Hershey was shot around 11 p.m. at the Harding Woods Mobile Home Park in Pittsgrove while investigating an earlier home invasion. Hershey is recovering.

    Nineteen-year-old Kareen Warner Jr., and 18-year-old Colby Opperman, both of Bridgeton, were at the scene and are facing weapons charges. 
    Five women — 32-year-old Jazmin Valentin, 43-year-old Yomari Lazu, 22-year-old Iramari Lazu, 52-year-old Mayra Roblero, all of Bridgeton; and 39-year-old Maria Betancourt, of Vineland — are facing charges in the home invasion.
    - (Black-on-White)

        (black) STEPDAUGHTER CHARGED WITH MURDER OF (white) MACON STEPMOTHER - Shot in the head - in her bed
    black suspectMACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Bibb County Sheriff’s deputies make an arrest in connection to the shooting death of a 36-year-old mother.

    Deputies arrested the victim’s stepdaughter, 19-year-old Passion Latrice Watkins. Watkins is charged with malice murder, aggravated assault, cruelty to children and feticide (the abortion of a fetus) in the shooting death of 36-year-old Melanie Powers.
    Just before 6:30 Sunday morning, deputies responded to a death reported in the 1000 block of Radio Drive. That’s where deputies reported finding Powers in the bed shot in the head. She was pronounced deceased on scene. Bibb County Coroner Leon Jones says the victim was eight-months pregnant and scheduled for a C-section later this week.

    Deputies say the victim’s 11-year-old son ran from the home to get help after he woke up to his step-sister attacking him and his mother. Deputies later arrested Watkins on Pansy Avenue sitting inside of a park. She was taken into custody for questioning and later arrested.
    The 11-year-old was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries and later released to the custody of family members.
    - (Black-on-White)

        (White) 2-Year-Old Boy Allegedly Beaten By His (adulterous white) Mother’s (black bisexual pedophile) Boyfriend Dies
    black suspect NEW KENSINGTON, Pa. (KDKA) – A 2-year-old boy allegedly beaten by his mother’s boysexfriend has died.

    He was found unresponsive last month at a home on Fifth Avenue in New Kensington. He was taken to Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh and has been there until his death. Police arrested Keith Lilly Jr. earlier this month. He faces charges of aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of children.

    Investigators say Lilly attacked the child, Mikel Fetterman, leaving him with a fractured skull, a brain bleed, significant bruising, bodily injuries to the eyes and mouth, other fractures in the process of healing and indications of past sexual abuse.

    Neighbor Shannell Felton told KDKA she knew the little boy well.
    “He’s loving, shows a lot of care, just a kid, just a 2-year-old little boy,” said Felton.
    - (Black-on-White)

    Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
    (Sex with a black results in DEATH - for you, and/or a member of your White family)

        (black) Tennessee man arrested for suspected double homicide (of interracial couple)
    black suspectKNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) — Update 4/29
    Knoxville police said a man was arrested in connection to a double homicide on Tuesday.
    KPD identified Lamar Mallet, 30, as a suspect in the shooting of 60-year-old Randolph Ingram and 38-year-old Ashley Marie Hurt. Mallett was arrested and charged with one count of first-degree murder for the shooting and death of Ingram.

    Mallet was booked into the Knox County Detention Center and is being held on a $500,000 bond. Officials said additional charges are pending.
    Original Story 4/28
    According to police reports, Mallett entered Ingram's home just after midnight. While in the house, police said Mallett shot Ingram several times with a handgun. As Ingram ran from his home, Mallett reportedly chased him onto 5th Ave. and shot Ingram in the back. Both victims were pronounced dead at the scene.
    - (Black-on-White)

    Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
    (Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)

        (unlicensed drunk black) man charged with murder of White man, 5-yr-old boy,  injuries to woman and children
    black suspectLOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Louisville man was charged with murder and operated a motor vehicle under the influence after a crash killed one and injured four.

    Shively Police said Jermaine Sneed was driving east on Millers Lane on April 21 when he hit a van driven by Danny Whitfill. When police arrived, officers said both cars were fully engulfed in flamesSneed, his 8-year-old son and another passenger were able to get out of the car.
    Whitfill died at the scene. A woman and two children were also in Whitfill's car and were badly injured.
    Everyone was taken to the hospital.

    The woman in Whitfill's car, Ashley Sego, remains in critical condition at UofL Hospital.
    The two children in the car are both at Norton Children's.
    One has a broken leg and the second is in critical condition.

    [Update: the other child, a 5-year-old, died from injuries] 

    At the hospital, Sneed's blood tested over the legal limit of .08 for alcohol. His injuries were not serious, though his son underwent surgery for an abdominal injury. The adult passenger in Sneed's car was treated and later left UofL Hospital against medical advice.

    Police said Sneed did not have a driver's license after he was arrested and charged with careless driving on April 8.
    - (Black-on-White)

        3 (black) teens charged in death of (White) 53-year-old Houston man
    black suspectHOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Houston police have arrested three suspects in connection with the death of a man, investigators say.
    On April 9, officers responded to a reported robbery in the 9500 block of South Post Oak Road. When officers arrived, they learned that 53-year-old Daniel Musterman had confronted the suspects who had broken into his car.
    During the confrontation, police say the suspects, Kevin White, Judah Hill and Jeremiah King, all 18 years old, attacked Musterman and left with his wallet.

    After the attack, Musterman was taken to a hospital. Musterman was on life support until April 16, when he was pronounced dead. All three suspects have been charged with murder. - (Black-on-White)

        (black) Teen was driving aggressively before intentionally accelerating toward White man who was run over and died
    black suspectVANCOUVER, WA (KPTV) - The 18-year-old man accused of hitting and killing a skateboarder in a Vancouver parking lot on Wednesday claims he was trying to scare the victim by driving toward him, according to court documents.

    Joshua Lamont Jones is facing a charge of second-degree murder. He is scheduled to make a first court appearance Thursday morning.
    The charge stems from an investigation that began Wednesday when officers responded to the report of a pedestrian who was hit in a parking lot in the 5000 block of East Fourth Plain Boulevard. At the scene, officers found a man, identified by court documents as 45-year-old William Miller, underneath a 2013 Hyundai Sonata that had been driven by Jones.

    Miller was transported to an area hospital in critical condition and later died.

    Jones told police that he was driving through the parking lot eastbound from General Anderson to avoid traffic lights on Fourth Plain Boulevard and drove past Miller, who was on a skateboard. Jones told police that Miller (allegedly) had an object in his hand which he thought could be a knife. Court documents state that Miller struck Jones' driver's side window with his fist as Jones drove past. Jones told police that he was not afraid of being hurt by Miller, but was angry that Miller had (allegedly) struck his window.
    According to court documents, Jones then made a U-turn, accelerated toward Miller and hit him. Jones told police that he intended to swerve out of the way before hitting Miller, but claimed Miller jumped in the same direction that he swerved.
    Jones told police that he intended "to scare him" by driving his vehicle toward Miller. He also stated that he knew if he hit Miller, he knew it would cause serious injury or death. Witnesses told police that they saw the Hyundai driving aggressively through the parking lot before the crash. Witnesses also reported that it appeared the Hyundai drove close to Miller while in the parking lot.
    - (Black-on-White)

        (black) Man charged with murder, attempted murder after weekend shooting
    black suspectMONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ala. (WSFA) - Demarcus Cordarious Parker, 27, of Montgomery is charged with one count of murder and another count of attempted murder following a weekend shooting in Grady. An affidavit says a man and woman were shot in the 2300 block of Moore Road Saturday around 5:47 a.m.

    One of the victims, identified as 26-year-old Tyler Wayne Price, died from his injuries. Parker was arrested Sunday.
    - (Black-on-White)

        Baton Rouge PD identifies two officers shot Sunday; fallen officer honored with procession Tuesday
    black suspect BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - One of two Baton Rouge police officers involved in a shooting Sunday, April 26 has died.

    BRPD Chief Murphy Paul has released the name of the deceased officer Lt. Glenn Dale Hutto, Jr. had been on the force for 21 years. The Baton Rouge Police Department posthumously promoted Hutto to the rank of lieutenant after the shooting.

    The other officer, Cpl. Derrick Maglone, a seven-year veteran of the force, is recovering from his injuries at Our Lady of the Lake Medical Center. 
    BRPD and other area police and fire departments held a funeral procession for Lt. Hutto Tuesday, April 28. The funeral procession traveled from the coroner’s office on Harding Boulevard to Rabenhorst Funeral Home on Government Street.

    The suspect, Ronnie Kato, 36, is in custody. Per court records, Kato had his first appearance Monday morning before Judge Richard Anderson and the court ordered he be held without bond. District Attorney Hillar Moore announced Monday, April 27 his office will be seeking the death penalty in the case against Kato.

    Kato is accused of killing Curtis Richardson, 58, at that location earlier in the day. A source familiar with the case says Kato and Richardson are connected through one of Richardson’s relatives. Kato fled the scene before officers could arrive, officials say. The two officers received a tip Kato was hiding at a home in the 3150 block of Conrad Street, in the area of Winbourne Avenue and North Foster. While they were checking the scene just after 12:30 p.m., Kato fired upon them. He barricaded himself in the home as more officers surrounded the scene. Around 4 p.m., an eruption of gunfire and screams rang out from near the house. It was followed by three or four more gunshots. - (Black-on-White)

        (black) Police: Man ambushed police; stood over body, kept shooting
    black suspectAccording to the affidavit supporting the first warrant for Kato, his girlfriend of 18 years had taken refuge at her mother's house after an argument, went out because her car horn was beeping and went back in when she saw Kato. He kicked down the door and pistol-whipped her. Her mother stopped him, but he went out and came back in with a rifle, killing a man — one of five adults living there. Police identified the man as Curtis Richardson, 58, news outlets reported.
    Evidence, including what appeared to be close-contact wounds, indicated that Kato had stood over the dead officer's body and kept shooting him, the statement said.
    It noted that both shootings used the same type of gun and quoted Kato's girlfriend as telling police in 2017 that he would “Gavin Long” police if she filed a report about him.
    Gavin Eugene Long was a member of a black anti-government movement who shot six police officers in 2016, killing three and wounding the others. He was arrested after an hours long standoff in which shots were exchanged with a SWAT team.

    FROM NEW NATION NEWS  ARCHIVE for 25 July 2016
        Baton Rouge Shooter Gavin Eugene Long Was Nation Of Islam Member, Railed Against ‘Crackers’ On YouTube Channel
    Gavin Eugene LongGavin Eugene LongBrad GarafolaOfficer Matthew GeraldMontrell Jackson A Youtube account operated by Gavin Eugene Long and discovered by The Daily Caller reveals key insight into what might have motivated the 29-year-old black man who killed three Baton Rouge police officers Sunday morning. Videos on Long’s account show that he was a former Nation of Islam member. He also ranted against “crackers” and made references to Alton Sterling, the black man killed by police in Baton Rouge on July 5. Other information about Long shows that the Kansas City native, who CBS reported was honorably discharged from the Marines in 2010, went by the name Cosmo Ausar Setepenra. ... In the video Long is heard lamented “working for the white people.” - (language) - (language) - (Black-on-white) - (Blue lives matter)
        BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA - "Black Separatist" assasin killed after killing 3, wounding 3 police officers.
    BATON ROUGE — Three officers were killed and three others were wounded in an early morning shooting in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Officials say six law enforcement officers were reported shot around 9 a.m. on Airline Highway near Old Hammond Highway in Baton Rouge, just several miles from the local police department. McKneely says the suspect’s dead body was found next door, outside of a fitness center. Sources told CBS News the suspect has been identified as Gavin Eugene Long, a 19-year-old black man. police said there is currently no active shooter situation in Baton Rouge. “We believe that the person who shot and killed our officers that he was the person that was shot and killed at the scene,” Louisiana State Police Col. Mike Edmonson said. Gov. John Bel Edwards asked the public to pray for the officers involved and their families. He is expected to hold a press conference on the issue later this afternoon.

        (black) Aurora woman stole and pawned ring, used credit cards of elderly (White) woman who died of COVID-19
    black suspectDENVER – A 29-year-old Aurora woman who was working as a temporary health care worker at the Carillon at Belleview Station care center has been accused of stealing the engagement ring of an 86-year-old woman in memory care and then using her credit cards after she died of COVID-19.

    Elizabeth Daniels, 29, is charged with theft from an at-risk person, identity theft, providing a false statement to a pawnbroker and criminal possession of a financial transaction device, according to the Denver District Attorney’s Office.

    According to the office and to an affidavit for Daniels’s arrest, she allegedly stole the ring and credit cards from 86-year-old Barbara Gust in the days before and of her death, which the district attorney’s office said was a result of COVID-19. The family noticed there had been activity on several of the deceased's credit cards after she died. - (Black-on-White)

        (black) High Point man charged with murder after shooting in Archdale, deputies say
    black suspectARCHDALE, N.C. — A High Point man was charged with second-degree murder following the shooting death of an Archdale man on Friday, according to a news release from the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office. Around 7:43 p.m., the RCSO responded to Middle Point Road in Archdale in reference to gunshot wound.  When they arrived, Deputies found Hunter Robinson, 22, of Archdale, who was pronounced deceased at the scene.

    The suspect, Corey Nathaniel Collins, 20, of High Point, was also located at the scene and was taken into custody and taken to the Randolph County Detention Center. He was charged with felony second degree murder. A first appearance has been set for May 4 in Randolph County District Court. - (Black-on-White)

        4 (black) Suspects Rearrested In Connection To 2006 Terrell Pizza Hut Murders
    black suspects

    TERRELL, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — Four suspects have been rearrested in connection to the murder of two Terrell Pizza Hut employees in 2006.

    At 12:31 a.m. Sept. 3, 2006, Pizza Hut employees Patricia Oferoskey and Stephen Mitchelltree were found dead inside the restaurant — initiating the start of a lengthy investigation involving multiple suspects.

    During the original investigation, it was determined that the suspects, some former and some current Pizza Hut employees, planned and carried out a robbery that led to their deaths.

    Four suspects were eventually arrested, each charged with capital murder. However, the district attorney later released them.  The four suspects include:

    Justin Prox, 32
    Anthony Holliman, 32
    Bianca Newman, 36
    Darius Hubbard, 33

    For the next 14 years, the case remained open, pending additional leads or any new evidence.

    Recently, a team of TPD investigators, along with the Texas Rangers and the Kaufman District Attorney’s Office began another re-examination of the case. And on Friday, May 1, a special grand jury session convened.

    New technological advances and a fresh investigative perspective allowed the multiagency team to obtain criminal indictments and led to the arrests of the same four suspects.
    - (Black-on-White)

    Suspects in 2006 Slayings of Terrell Pizza Hut Employees Rearrested: Police
    In 2018, Oferosky's mother Jean Lee sat down with NBC5 to talk about the search for answers in her daughter's case. “It was very, very difficult to see someone walk away that you truly believe were the ones that hurt you," she said at the time. Though Lee said then she wasn't holding on to anger, she was hopeful for justice for her family.
    Lee died earlier this year.

    Hubbard is in prison at the Coffield facility in Tennessee Colony serving sentences on unrelated convictions for a 2005 drug charge and 2010 aggravated robbery. He was projected to be released in July 2030 and was eligible for parole this year.

        (White female) Indiana Postal Worker Shot Dead After Refusing to Deliver Mail to (Black) Man With Aggressive Dog
    black suspectAn Indiana man charged with murdering a U.S. postal worker this week admitted he confronted her because his mail delivery had been suspended due to his “aggressive dog,” prosecutors said.

    Tony Cushingberry-Mays, 21, was charged with second-degree murder, assaulting a federal employee, and discharging a firearm during a crime for the death of Angela Summers, a 45-year-old postal worker who was gunned down Monday afternoon during her mail delivery route in east Indianapolis, according to the United States District Court of Southern Indiana.

    The mother-of-one, who had joined the U.S. Postal Service in 2018, died in the hospital.
    According to federal law, killing an on-duty federal employee can be punishable by death or a life sentence. To date, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says four postal workers have been killed during workplace homicides in the last seven years.

    “Angela was such a joy to be around, she was such a breath of fresh air. This is the worst thing that’s happened in my career,” Paul Toms, president of the National Association of Letters Carriers’ Indianapolis branch, told The Daily Beast on Wednesday. “This is a federal crime, but more importantly this is a senseless crime that should have never happened. It breaks my heart.”

    Summers, a city carrier assistant at the USPS Linwood Indianapolis Post Office, was delivering mail at about 4 p.m. Monday when she bypassed Cushingberry-Mays’ home in compliance with a suspension that had been put in place until he contained his dogs.
    An angry Cushingberry-Mays approached Summers on his neighbor's front porch, standing about 6 feet away, and repeatedly asked her for the mail. Cushingberry-Mays was allegedly upset about not getting his COVID-19 stimulus check when he confronted Summers. Summers, however, could not deliver his mail “because she was having a problem with the dog at his residence,” the complaint said, adding that Summers had reported “several issues” with the dog, which had resulted in mail being held.

    Prosecutors said the USPS Linwood Indianapolis Post Office last sent a letter to the Cushingberry-Mays residence on April 13 indicating they would have to pick up mail from the post office. Toms said that, in compliance with USPS guidelines, Summers had reported an issue with dogs at the home. After three warning letters were sent, mail had been blocked from the home for about two weeks and “wasn’t even given to Angela that day of the incident.”

    “She was just following protocol, and the Postal Service curtailed the mail. It was not her fault that she didn’t have the mail that day,” Toms said. “My understanding is that she tried to explain that the mail could be picked up at another location and an argument ensued. I heard she was called horrible, horrible names.”  The postal worker’s response triggered an argument, escalating to the point that Summers had to use pepper spray on the 21-year-old.

    “Cushingberry-Mays then pulled his handgun from the right side of his waistband (no holster), pointed his handgun at the letter carrier, and fired one shot at the letter carrier,” the criminal complaint states. “He acknowledged the mace was not deadly but led to discomfort from his asthma.” Cushingberry-Mays admitted in a Tuesday interview with police that he ran away after shooting Summers, first going to his aunt’s house before hiding the gun in the garage at his mother’s. He told authorities “he did not mean to kill the letter carrier but wanted to scare her.”
    Union Sister Angela Summers passed away this evening, 4/27/2020. She worked at the Lynwood Station in Indianapolis,...
    - (Black-on-White)

        Murder charge: Enraged (black) man chased down (White) adversary in St. Paul as passenger fired fatal shot
    black suspectA black man is charged with murder for his alleged role behind the wheel in a chase and drive-by shooting that killed a 21-year-old.

    Bobby Leroy Woody, 43,  was charged in Ramsey County District Court on Thursday with two counts of second-degree murder in connection with last Saturday’s drive-by shooting that killed 21-year-old Anthony Boelter, of St. Paul. He remains jailed in lieu of $1 million bail.
    Woody’s accomplice, thought to be the shooter, has not yet been arrested.

    Officers responded to the intersection of E. Minnehaha Avenue and Cypress Street just before 10 p.m. and found Boelter slumped over the driver’s seat of his yellow Volkswagen Beetle. The rear window had been shot out and bullets were lodged in his headrest and back fender. Boelter died at the scene. An autopsy determined that Boelter died from a gunshot wound to the head.
    - (Black-on-White)

         Dec 31, 2019 - Happy New Year - The witness said a black male was trying to drag a white female into a wooded area
    black suspectA 51-year-old California man has been formally charged in the weekend abduction and assault of a woman in Brookside.
    Sean E. Sanders was arrested Sunday in a 1997 Ford Aerostar Cargo van equipped with a cage in the back, wire cages over the windows and blankets covering the walls to prevent anyone from seeing inside. The doors were also chained shut from the inside.

    Initially, it looked like Sanders was prepped for the worst-case scenario – a planned abduction with the intent to possibly hold the woman hostage or even trade her in some kind of human trafficking operation. It had all the makings of the stuff of the public’s nightmares of late.  “We believe they may know each other through a street relationship.” The ordeal began at 2:45 p.m. when a citizen notified Brookside police of a kidnapping in progress of a white female on Brookside Coalburg Road. The witness said a black male was trying to drag a white female into a wooded area until he spotted the witness and then forced the victim into a white van.

    “I believe God placed him there for a reason,’’ Jones said of the witness. - (Black-on-White)

    Alabama police rescue kidnapped woman from cage in van, use Taser on suspect - (YouTube video)
    Dangers of 'being an acquaintance' of a black man

        Sacramento, CA Sheriff, DA announce arrest in 40-year-old cold case murder of (White) Rosemont woman (by black man)
    black suspectForty years to the day of her murder, Sacramento law enforcement officials announced Friday an arrest in the stabbing death of Robin Gisela Brooks, who was 20 years old when she was sexually assaulted and killed in her Rosemont apartment on April 24, 1980.

    Phillip Lee Wilson, 71, was arrested at his home on Thursday, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman, Sgt. Tess Deterding said at Friday’s news conference alongside Sheriff Scott Jones and Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert.
    Wilson is being held without bail at the Sacramento County Main Jail on one charge of murder.
    It was unclear how Wilson knew Brooks. Deterding said further details about the case would not be disclosed at this time.  - (Black-on-White)

        (black) Robeson County man facing murder charges for (apparently white) man who went missing
    black suspectMAXTON, N.C. — A Robeson County man is facing murder charges in connection to a man who was originally reported missing earlier this week. Austin Ransom, 19, of Maxton, was arrested on Friday by Robeson County Sheriff’s Office investigators. He has been charged with first degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon, first degree arson and second degree burglary. He was placed in the Ransom was placed in the custody of Robeson County Detention Center with no bond for the first degree murder charge. Ransom was given a $2 million secured bond for the remaining charges.
    Maj. Damien McLean with the sheriff's office said in a press release that Justin Cody Hunt, 30, of Maxton was reported missing on Tuesday by family members. He was last seen by family members around 5 p.m. on Tuesday in Pembroke with a friend. Hunt's last communication with family was via phone around 9 p.m. that night. The friend that Hunt was last seen with was located around 10 p.m. after being involved in a vehicle wreck. The wreck occurred in the area of Hwy 74 and Selma Road in Lumberton.
    - (Black-on-White)

        (Black) Cook County Jail detainees charged with brutally attacking officers - attempted murder
    black suspects CHICAGO - Two Cook County Jail detainees have been indicted on attempted murder charges after they allegedly took part in an attack on three correctional officers last week, prosecutors said.

    According to the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, a grand jury on Tuesday handed up indictments against Dante Jeffries and Sharelle Sims for their role in what appeared on surveillance video to be a brutal attack that left two of the correctional officers unconscious and sent the third one to the hospital with serious injuries.

    Jeffries and Sims are also charged with aggravated battery, aggravated kidnapping and possession of contraband. They are scheduled to be arraigned on May 5, the state’s attorney’s office said.

    The attack occurred shortly before 4 a.m. on April 14 at the Chicago jail, where the coronavirus has killed six inmates and an officer. After an officer let Jeffries out of his cell to get water, Jeffries attacked the officer from behind and forced him into his cell, according the sheriff’s office, which released a video of the attack. When the officer managed to escape the cell, Jeffries knocked him down and choked him until he lost consciousness.

    Jeffries then allegedly grabbed the officer’s keys and gave them to Sims, his cellmate, who began opening other cell doors. As another officer tried to help his unconscious co-worker, Jeffries struck a third officer in the face, knocking him unconscious. He then attacked the second officer.

    A sergeant armed with a stun gun arrived and ordered Jeffries and Sims, back into their cell.

    Jeffries, 30, has been in custody since July 2017 on a host of charges, including attempted murder, aggravated battery of a police officer and aggravated kidnapping. Those charges stem from a robbery at a Chicago cellphone store. The robbers shot a police officer at the scene, shattering the officer’s knee. Jeffries has previous convictions for aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, domestic violence and drug possession.

    Sims, 23, has been in custody since last August, charged with being an armed habitual criminal and with the unlawful possession of a firearm with a defaced serial number. He has prior convictions for armed robbery and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon.

    • Cook County, IL Jail jigro detainees charged with brutally attacking officers
    • Chicago jail officer punched unconscious by inmate released from hospital, GoFundMe page says
      CHICAGO - An officer at the Cook County Jail who had his skull fractured  and was suffering a brain bleed after being punched unconscious by a maximum security inmate was released from the hospital Thursday, according to a GoFundMe page made to raise funds for him.

      “He is being picked up from the hospital! Cleared to go home. I'll post updates after I speak with him. Thank you everyone for your kindness and generosity. Hopefully we can take care of him for a decent amount of time,” the GoFundMe page said.

      The GoFundMe page initially posted the following: “Officer Watt was working his midnight shift for the Cook County Jail in Chicago when two inmates attacked another guard without provocation. As Officer Watt attempted to render aide to his fallen officer, he was viciously attacked by the same inmate. Officer Watt was knocked unconscious and struck his head on the concrete floor. Ambulances were dispatched to the jail and he was transported to Mt. Sinai hospital where it was discovered he had a skull fracture and a brain bleed. Officer Watt has been an officer for 7 years. He is well liked and respected by coworkers and inmates alike. Always kind, fair, and willing to help anyone who asked.”
    • (Gofundme) All Available Ten One Call For Ofc Watt
      Officer Watt was working his midnight shift for the Cook County Jail in Chicago when two inmates attacked another guard without provocation. As Officer Watt attempted to render aide to his fallen officer, he was viciously attacked by the same inmate. Officer Watt was knocked unconscious and struck his head on the concrete floor. Ambulances were dispatched to the jail and he was transported to Mt. Sinai hospital where it was discovered he had a skull fracture and a brain bleed.
      - (Black-on-White)

    Black-on-White crime news for 22 April 2020  - Archived New Nation News - Archives

        UPDATE: SAMOAN man wanted for West Jordan double homicide taken into custody
    mud suspectmud suspect (KUTV) — The man suspected of killing a young West Jordan couple is now in custody, the West Jordan Police Department announced Wednesday morning.
    Albert Johnson, 31, was located in the Sacramento-area of California. He was booked into jail at 6:11 a.m. and is being held without bail.
    Tony and Katherine Butterfield were found dead at their West Jordan home on Saturday morning after a neighbor called 911 to report hearing gunshots and a woman screaming. Police believe Johnson is responsible for shooting and killing the couple. The Butterfield's three children, all under the age of four, were unharmed.

    Police believe the middle-of-the-night attack was targeted, and that Johnson and the Butterfields were acquainted.
    Johnson has a criminal history in California, and was sentenced to prison after facing felony charges and violating parole.
    His wife, 29-year-old Sina Johnson, was arrested on Monday in connection to the killings.
    Sina Johnson is being held at the Salt Lake County Jail on charges of tampering with evidence and obstruction of justice.

        Fourth (black) person arrested in 2018 Longs Food Lion murder (of a White man)
    black suspectblack suspect black suspectblack suspect  CONWAY, SC (WBTW) – A fourth person has been charged in the Longs Food Lion murder case that happened in 2018.

    Julius Thomas Stephens, 24, of Chadburn, NC, has been charged with murder and possession of a deadly weapon during a violent crime. He is being held without bond in the J. Reuben Long Detention Center.

    On August 15, 2018, Gerard Celentano was shot and killed outside the Food Lion at 110 E. Hwy 9 in Longs.  Investigators say Celentano was waiting to pick up his wife from work at the Food Lion when he was murdered. Celentano was 57 years old.

    Three other men from Tabor City, North Carolina, are in jail, facing charges for their roles in the robbery and shooting. James Bellamy and Stephon Miller are charged with murder. Rodney Gore is charged with accessory before the fact to a felony. - (Black-on-White)

        (black) Suspect in 4 murders stretching from Auburn to Birmingham surrenders after manhunt
    black suspectblack suspectA massive manhunt Saturday in Birmingham ended after a man suspected in at least four murders stretching from Auburn to Birmingham surrendered in his boxers and socks.

    The suspect has been identified by Auburn Police as 32-year-old Derrick Hightower of Columbus, Ga. He was taken by ambulance with a gunshot wound to the arm, presumably suffered when he exchanged gunfire with police. Those on the scene when he surrendered said Hightower appeared tired after more than 24 hours on the run and ready to turn himself in. A second person of interest is also being questioned as she had been with the suspect at some point during the night.

    Auburn police have charged Hightower with capital murder and first-degree theft of property in connection with the death of a Smiths Station woman that happened early Friday. They said they have also charged Kentrice Symonee Hill, a 21-year-old Birmingham woman, with first-degree theft of property in the case as well. Police said they will extradite the pair to Lee County.

    The ordeal began Friday morning with the shooting death of a 54-year-old Smiths Station woman, continued along U.S. 280 to Dadeville where a couple in their 60s was shot to death and continued to escalate Saturday morning with a home invasion and another homicide, followed by a shootout between the suspect and Birmingham police.

    No police were injured in the gunfire and the suspect managed to escape. Blood at the scene indicated he was wounded.

    Authorities cautioned nearby residents to shelter in place. "This person is armed and dangerous,'' said Birmingham police spokesman Sgt. Rod Mauldin.

    If all the crimes are indeed proven to be linked – and police strongly believe they are – the rampage began close to sunrise in Auburn on Friday. Auburn police responded to the Farmville Volunteer Fire Department’s call for assistance on a vehicle fire in the 9500 block of U.S. Highway 280 West around 6 a.m. Friday. When officers arrived, they found a white 2005 Chevrolet Silverado truck on fire and 54-year-old Nancy Nash of Smiths Station dead nearby at Creative Habitats Landscaping. Nash worked at the landscaping business and is believed to have been killed while possibly interrupting a burglary.

    Next, the suspect is believed to have been involved in the double murder of a couple in Dadeville Friday evening. Dadeville Police Chief Johnathan Floyd said the husband and wife were found slain in their home in a possible robbery. Floyd identified the victims on Saturday as Willie Tidwell, 61, and his wife Barbara, 65

    Early Saturday morning, as police continued their search, evidence led them to a home in the 100 block of Briar Grove Drive. A resident in the area was letting his dogs out in the backyard to use the restroom when a black male wearing all black appeared seemingly out of nowhere and said, “Hey, you got a phone?”

    The resident said, “no,” and the man fled on foot toward the area of Briar Grove Road. It was then, investigators believe, that the suspect broke into a home and a man was shot and killed. A woman and her three children live at the home but were not there when the home invasion and subsequent shooting took place.
    Birmingham police tried to stop him. He got out of the vehicle and exchanged gunfire with officers before fleeing the scene but later surrendered to a massive police force that had him surrounded. - (Black-on-White)

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