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Black-on-White Crime
27 February 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

    Paranoid black) Miller shooter Anthony Ferrill had job as an electrician at the Milwaukee Molson Coors plant for more than 20 years
black suspectThe man who opened fire at the Molson Coors plant Wednesday, killing five co-workers and himself, had been involved in a long-running dispute with a co-worker that boiled over before he started shooting, according to a law enforcement source.

black suspectAnthony N. Ferrill, 51, was employed as an electrician for more than 20 years, about 17 of them at Molson Coors, according to sources and online employment records.

A co-worker who asked not to be identified for fear of being disciplined said Ferrill believed he was being discriminated against because he was African American, and that he frequently argued with at least one of the victims, a fellow electrician.

The co-worker said Ferrill frequently watched movies on his phone during the day, which the other electrician took issue with, and that the two accused each other of going into each others' offices and stealing tools or tampering with computer equipment.

About a year ago, the employee said, Ferrill started saying he believed Miller workers were coming into his home, bugging his computer and moving chairs around.

"I was: 'Are you serious, Anthony? What?' We all kind of joked about it, saying we should maybe get him an aluminum hat. Things just started getting weird. But he was dead serious about it," the co-worker said. 

Neighbors said he was known to carry guns; some said he always carried a gun.

- (yet another Black-on-White racist mass murder)


    (black Hispanic) SODOMITE "Couple"  indicted in murder of (WHITE female) addiction recovery advocate found stabbed in park
hispanic black fagsTwo men have been indicted on murder and related charges in the stabbing death of a 31-year-old woman, who was found in a Camden park last year.  Luis Colon-Molina, 36, and Wilfredo Boulones-Cruz, 50, were also charged with felony murder, carjacking, weapons offenses and resisting arrest as part of the recent indictment.

Police found Hayley Steinberg’s body Dec. 2 in Farnham Park, according to the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office. She suffered from multiple stab wounds and blunt force traumaColon-Molina and Boulones-Cruz, who were dating and lived together, allegedly killed Steinberg Dec. 1 before taking her car and dumping her body in the park, according to court documents.

About an hour before her body was discovered, Delaware River Port Authority police found the car Steinberg used stopped on the Ben Franklin Bridge, authorities said. Officers found Colon-Molina and Boulnes-Cruz walking in the road, and the duo said they ran out of gas.

As officers helped push the car off the bridge, the pair took off running, according to the prosecutor’s office. They were soon arrested and officers discovered a large amount of blood in the vehicle.  Investigators also recovered security camera footage that showed Steinberg pull up to the couple’s residence and left with both men, authorities said. Footage also showed the car at the park and leave a short time later.

In court papers, detectives said the men carried Steinberg’s purse and used her ATM card at a Chinese restaurant in North Philadelphia. - (Black-on-White)

    (Grotesque black bird's nest haired negro) 15-year-old accused of murdering (White) cemetery employee, bond set at $1 million
black suspectblack suspectNORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — According to NLRPD, on Wednesday, Feb. 26 officers responded to Edgewood Cemetery at 2:25 p.m. and found one victim, later identified as 33-year-old Kristopher Dacus, suffering from gunshot wounds.

Police say that the suspect, 15-year-old Kelton McIntire, and three other unnamed individuals were walking through the cemetery. Dacus was an employee of Edgewood Cemetery and reportedly told the juveniles they couldn't walk through the grounds.
The three individuals began to run to an exit while McIntire reportedly walked slowly across the cemetery, ignoring Dacus's instructions to leave. When Dacus approached McIntire, a struggle ensued.

North Little Rock police say that McIntire then shot Dacus multiple times with a handgun and fled the scene. The 15-year-old was then apprehended at an apartment on Parkway. McIntire is being charged as an adult with first-degree murder. He is set to appear in court Thursday morning around 9 a.m.  During his court appearance on Thursday, Feb. 27, McIntire pleaded not guilty on the first degree murder charge. His bond has been set at $1 million. - (Black-on-White)

    Murder of South Mississippi (White female) teen by pack of five demonic dark devil spawn revealed by doorbell camera, says family
black suspectBILOXI, Miss. (WLOX) - The family of the 16-year-old girl who was murdered in her home Monday say their Ring doorbell shows the five suspects entering and leaving the house.

Madison Harris was shot in her grandparent’s Biloxi home on the afternoon of Feb. 24, 2020. Five teens were later charged with capital murder in her death. 
James Waldeck, who is engaged to Madison’s grandmother and lives in the house where the murder took place, said he learned something was wrong when his Ring Doorbell app showed an ambulance at their home.  According to him, the camera at the garage door revealed much more about what happened in his home. 
“Madison was here with her very good friend Paul, and her dad was in the back yard raking leaves,” Waldeck said. “One girl came in, I saw on the Ring Doorbell about a half-hour before. And then, according to my Ring Doorbell, four of them charged in an unlocked door here at the carport. And within a matter of ten seconds, the shooting and screaming, and then them running out the door being chased by Paul, her friend, and then her dad.”

Madison had lived with in the house with Waldeck, her grandmother, and her dad for the last four years ever since her parents divorced.

Five teenagers between the ages of 15 and 17 were charged with capital murder in Madison’s death.
Waldeck said Madison considered some of those suspects friends. “They were in our house a number of different times, I thought as friends, yes,” Waldeck. “They just lived two or three houses down and across the street.” But Waldeck said something changed.

“We think they were involved in a burglary at the house two weeks ago,” Waldeck said. “Of course, the police were called and we were pressing charges against that first crime, and we’re afraid this may have been retaliation against us reporting their crime.” Waldeck said he thinks the teens came in with the plan to murder Madison. “Premeditation. Definitely. 'Cause the video doorbell lasts 15 seconds or 30 seconds for them to come in, shoot. You hear screaming, then everybody running out the door,” Waldeck said. - (Black-on-White)

Dangers of 'being an acquaintance' of any blacks

    White man fatally beaten by BLACK adult relative of one of the black kids blocking street basketballing - that victim yelled at
black suspect A Columbus man severely beaten Feb. 13 after scolding some neighborhood kids playing basketball in the street died in the hospital after he was taken off life support, authorities said.

Danny Jones, 62, died at Piedmont Columbus Regional at 2:46 p.m. Friday, said Muscogee County Coroner Buddy Bryan. “They took him off life support this morning,” Bryan said.

Police said Jones was driving on Charter Oaks Circle to his Wimbish Court home, in the neighborhood off Weems Road, when he came upon the children playing basketball, and berated them about blocking the street.
The kids reported this to their parents, and a suspect later identified as Darnel Lamar Piett, who is related to one of the players, went to Jones’ home around 5 p.m. and assaulted him, investigators said.

Jones was so seriously injured that he was hospitalized in intensive care with a fractured neck, Bryan said.
Jail records show Piett, 25, was arrested at 4:30 p.m. the following day, and booked into the Muscogee County Jail about 30 minutes later. He was charged with aggravated assault, battery with physical harm and criminal trespass. Piett had a Columbus Recorder’s Court hearing on Monday. His case was sent to Muscogee Superior Court. Police were deciding Friday whether to alter Piett’s charges. “We’re looking into this case being elevated to a higher charge,” said police Maj. J.D. Hawk. - (Black-on-White)

    (black) Reno man sentenced to 40 years in prison for Sparks murder
black suspectRENO, Nev. (KOLO)-- A Reno man must serve at least 15 years in prison before he's eligible for parole, after shooting a man in west Sparks in 2018, the Washoe County District Attorney’s Office said Sunday in a statement.

Kareem Abdul Antwon Thomas Jr., 24, pleaded guilty to second degree murder and to robbery last November in Washoe District Court. Judge Barry Breslow sentenced him February 17, 2020 to up to 40 years in prison.

Prosecutors said on May 11, 2018, a woman who knew Thomas was driving him home because Thomas was too drunk when Thomas began punching her and struggled with her over two guns she had in her car. The car crashed and Thomas fled with the stolen guns, the district attorney’s office said.

On May 14, 2018, Thomas and a woman with him passed in front of a car in which Michael Frost, 31, was a passenger. It was at an apartment complex on Greenbrae Drive at Sullivan Lane. Thomas and his friend walked slowly so the driver of the car with Frost revved the engine, prompting Thomas to yell at Frost. The driver then passed Thomas and the woman with Thomas twice more while driving around the complex and the second time Thomas pulled out a gun and shot several rounds at the car, hitting Frost in the chest.

The gun used in the shooting was stolen three days earlier, and the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms recovered it in California in 2019. The second stolen gun has not been found, the district attorney’s office said. - (Black-on-White)

 black suspect   'I've been failed by the system' | Teen walks free after neighbor says he broke her nose, left her in bruises
black suspectblack suspectblack suspect "He comes back with a weapon. He is on top of me. There was blood everywhere. I was literally fighting for my life at that point"
ST. LOUIS — A St. Louis woman feels like the judicial system failed her, after she said her teenage neighbor attacked her and walked away free. Alicia Clarke said exactly a week ago she went for a quick run outside her south city home. When she came back, she noticed her shoes had been moved to a different spot and her cell phone was gone.   From there, she used Find My iPhone to search for it. The location said it was on her property grid. She used her work phone to call it.
"I open my back door to call it and I hear it in my neighbor's backyard behind me," Clarke said.
Clarke said she hopped the fence to get it and jumped back over to her yard. Another neighbor yelled out to her and said, "Hey, I told him, 'I know you did this and I’m calling the police!'"
Clarke said that's when the 6-foot teen jumped the fence and tackled her.
"He knocked me down, pulling my hair, kicking," she recalled.
Before he ran off, she said he grabbed her personal cell phone again. She used her work phone to call police.
"I am on the phone with St. Louis police dispatch, making my way to my backdoor, when he comes back with a weapon. He is on top of me. There was blood everywhere. I was literally fighting for my life at that point." 

Clarke said as he was on her back, he stabbed her in the head and face with a metal rod.
She was able to get the weapon out of his hand and ran inside. He ran away again, taking her second cell phone this time.

Police arrested the teen on charges of first-degree robbery, second-degree burglary and third-degree assault.
Clarke thought the fight was over. But when she went to juvenile court a few days later, she learned his case was dismissed.
"The most hurtful thing of all of this, is the dropped charges. That was much more hurtful than the physical assault," Clarke said.
A juvenile court official said a staff attorney dropped the case before even going to the judge. The courts weren't able to comment specifically on this incident, since it involves a juvenile. Clarke said she was told her accused attacker was found incompetent to aid in his own defense because he has an IQ of 49. - (Black-on-White)

  • 6' 175# 49 IQ Somali youf, 15 walks free after St. Louis WF says he broke her nose, left her bruised
  • This is my sister. On Monday night she was attacked by her 15 year old neighbor. He stabbed her in the head and face with a screw driver. She fought him off and was able to escape to a neighbors house to call the police. The boy was taken into police custody and brought to juvenile detention center. No clear motive was ever established.

    Alicia has a broken nose, staples in her head and stitches to the puncture wound under her eye.

    Hassan is a 15 year old refugee from Somalia who lives with his family. He is 6’ and approx 175lbs, much larger than my sister. He has broken into Alicia’s car 3 different times and broken into another neighbors house. The police were involved every single time and reported that nothing could be done since he was a minor. Surely this time would be different, though.
  • - Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!
  • - "No Justice - No Peace"

black suspectVIGO COUNTY, Ind – A Terre Haute man has been sentence to 55 years in prison for shooting and killing a homeless man.

49-year-old Clarence Bell Jr. was convicted by a jury of killing 37-year-old Raymond Rose in September 2018, because he allegedly scratched Bell’s classic car. Apparently the two had confrontations in the past.

The defense had asked for a lesser sentence due to Bell’s poor health and leg amputation.

- (Black-on-White)

    Coroner identifies (WHITE female) victim of Pine Ridge Circle shooting, NCPD still searching for (BLACK male) suspect
black suspectNORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – UPDATE: The Charleston County Coroner’s Office has identified the victim as 24 year old Elizabeth Aldridge of Charleston. The coroner advised that Aldridge died on scene from a gunshot wound.
The North Charleston Police Department (NCPD) is searching for a suspect in a homicide that occurred on Pine Ridge Circle Thursday evening.

Initial reports stated that a black male wearing a black jacket fled from the scene.  According to the report, the responding officer was waived down by bystanders and ushered over to a blue sedan sitting in the middle of the road. He discovered the victim (a white female), with another woman on top of her frantically trying to stop bleeding by holding clothing over the gun shot wound. The officer moved the assisting female and noticed that the victim was “bleeding profusely.” Officers removed the victim from the car and laid her on the ground to attempt CPR.
Officers continued CPR until EMS/Fire arrived; the victim died shortly after EMS arrived. NCPD spoke to one witness who (allegedly) said that she let the victim into her apartment to use the restroom and caught her stealing. The witness then told the victim to leave, which she did. A short time later, the witness heard gun shots and ran outside to find the victim shot, according to the report. NCPD is still investigating.
- (Black-on-White)

    Third (BLACK) arrested for the Cedar Falls robbery and  murder of a (WHITE) man
black suspectblack suspectblack suspectCEDAR FALLS, Iowa (KCRG) - Cedar Falls police now have a third person in custody from a robbery in December that led to a murder investigation.

Police said they arrested Marquas Gafeney, 21, of Waterloo, Sunday on a warrant for conspiracy to commit a felony. On Dec. 4, of last year, police said Gafeney and two others went into an apartment, planning to rob 21-year-old Thomas Saul.  During the incident, police say someone shot and killed Saul.

Police arrested James Wright-Buls in January. He faces felony conspiracy charges. Keyon Roby was also arrested on charges of conspiracy to commit a felony, but not for the shooting.  - (Black-on-White)

    (black) 19-year-old connected to Kennewick murder (of White man) arrested
black suspectKENNEWICK, Wash. — Officers have arrested a 19-year-old, who they believe is connected to a murder in Kennewick on Saturday night.

Investigators say 21-year-old Patrick Romero was shot and killed near Bruneau Place and Dennis Street around 6 p.m. Kennewick Police say multiple suspects ran off (like diseased rats or filthy cockroaches).

Kennewick and Pasco officers tracked down Raheem Gregory Mayberry near 19th Avenue and Sylvester Street in Pasco. Two cars associated with Mayberry have been taken and will be searched once a warrant is approved. His home was searched by officers for evidence relating to the crime.
After being questioned, Mayberry was booked into the Benton County Jail for first degree rendering criminal assistance. The murder investigation is still ongoing. No motive has been released.
- (Black-on-White)

    2 (BLACK killer monkey-men) charged in connection with fatal shooting (of a white man) during drug deal
black suspectA man was shot and killed Friday afternoon following an argument during a drug deal, officials say. Around 1 p.m., Allen police were called to the 500 block of E. Exchange Parkway at the Allen Station apartments in response to shots fired. Allen High School and Lowery Freshman Center were both placed on lockout as officers were called to the shooting scene. When officers arrived, they saw four people attempting to leave the scene in a black sedan. Officers were able to take three into custody, as the fourth fled on foot. During the course of the investigation, officers learned that the four suspects came to the location to purchase drugs, when an argument began and led to the fatal shooting.

Allen police identified the shooting victim as 39-year-old Ryan Joseph Kelly of Allen, Texas.

Allen police said 32-year-old Richard Anthony Valentine was arrested and charged with murder, and 22-year-old Leroy Alvin Walls was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. The third person that was taken into custody was questioned and released. Police said Walls also had warrants out of Dallas County.  Police are still searching for the fourth suspect.
- (Black-on-White)

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

 black suspect   (BLACK AFRICAN) ‘I hate white people’: Woman (from SOMALIA) charged with bias crime in Portland bus stop attack
black suspect A woman faces hate crime charges after authorities say she pummeled a mother in front of her young daughter at a North Portland bus stop.

Nimo Jire Kalinle, 42, had just exited a No. 4 bus at North Fremont Street and Gantenbein Avenue on Jan. 19 when she started slugging Janae Jordan in the face repeatedly, court records allege.

During the attack, Jordan, who was with her husband and child, asked why the woman was targeting her.
“It’s because you’re white and I hate white people,” Kalinle, who is black, told Jordan, a probable cause affidavit alleges.
Kalinle was arrested and later indicted on multiple criminal counts, including a first-degree bias crime, fourth-degree assault and interfering with public transportation, court documents show. She did not show up for a Feb. 5 arraignment, and authorities issued a bench warrant, according to court records. Police on Sunday arrested Kalinle on suspicion of criminal mischief and disorderly conduct in a separate incident and booked her into the Multnomah County jail. She is scheduled to be arraigned in both cases Monday afternoon.
Court records show Kalinle has previously faced criminal charges for throwing rocks through TriMet bus shelters and damaging other agency property.
- (Black-on-White) - (NNN Hate Crimes)
- Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!

    (white) Athens mother of three dead, (BLACK) boyfriend charged with murder
black suspectATHENS, Texas (KETK) – An Athens mother of three is dead and her longtime boyfriend has been charged with her murder in an apparent act of domestic violence. Ashley Koonce was shot and killed Saturday.

According to family, she was trying to escape an abusive relationship with Dameon Tarrel Williams. On Friday, she took her three (illegitimate mixed-race) children and went to her mother’s home for safety. Koonce’s family said Williams followed her on Saturday and shot her in the front yard. Williams, 29, turned himself in to authorities Saturday. He is in the Henderson County Jail on a charge of murder with bond set at $1 million.
Williams is the father of Koonce’s oldest (illegitimate mixed-race) son, Dameon Jr.
A GoFundMe account has been set up for the family to help with funeral and other expenses. Koonce had no life insurance.

- (Black-on-White)

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

    (black) Man charged in death of woman found strangled, stabbed at Indy church
black suspectINDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A man has been charged in the November death of an Indianapolis woman, police say.
According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, Robert Burks, 57, of Indianapolis, was charged with murder Friday in the death of Julie Morey, 58.

Morey was found dead at St. Patrick’s church in Fountain Square on the morning of November 3. The Marion County Coroner’s Office says Morey was strangled and stabbed to death. It’s unclear what Morey was doing at the church, or if she was actually killed there.

“After a lengthy investigation, on Friday, February 21, 2020, 57-year-old Robert Burks was charged with Murder for his alleged involvement in the death of Julie Morey at St. Patrick’s church in Fountain Square,” the police department said in a news release sent to News 8 Sunday morning.

Police say an active warrant has been issued for Burks who is currently in custody in Monroe County for a separate case. - (Black-on-White)

    Black and Hispanic killers arrested for (murder of a (white) hat-on-backwards narcotics dealer
 xBAY COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) — A Panama City Beach man has been arrested on an open count of murder in connection with the Edward Ross murder, according to court documents.

Joshua Campell was arrested Thursday and charged with murder.

The documents go on to say another man was arrested in Tallahassee on Wednesday in connection to the murder. The Leon County arrest report shows that Andre Bivins was arrested in Tallahassee on Wednesday for a warrant out of Bay County for first degree murder.

On December, 29, 2019, the Bay County Sheriff's Office responded to a shooting in Panama City Beach. Deputies found Edward Ross shot multiple times. He was taken to the Bay Medical Center, where he later died.

According to the court documents, witnesses on scene described three men entering the home. Video surveillance shows two white cars at a gas station within two blocks of the home. One man was later identified as a co-defendant to Campbell in this case.

 Through the investigation, deputies received information that Joshua Campbell was bragging about "banging a body," and accurately described of how Ross was found clothes when the initial call came in. On Tuesday, Campbell was interviewed and denied being a part of the homicide. Deputies gathered more information in the case from a co-defendant, and on February 19, that defendant was found in Tallahassee, Florida. During an interview, the defendant identified Campbell as being involved in the shooting, saying he was the one who shot the victim.
The defendant denies being one of the shooters on December 29, but he did admit his role as being a driver for the shooters. - (Black-on-White)

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

    (black) Jacksonville man charged in King Street District killing
black suspectJacksonville police have charged a 28-year-old man witrh murder in the shooting death of a Nassau County man in the popular King Street District of Riverside. A Jacksonville man faces murder and firearm charges in the the shooting death a week ago of a Nassau County man in the city’s popular King Street District of Riverside.

Rodney Bernard Braziel, 28, is accused of killing 23-year-old Blake Justin Hendrix of Bryceville, who was found about 2 a.m. Feb. 16 on the road behind a Burger King at 1020 King St., the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said. Braziel was being held without bail at the Duval County jail on charges of second-degree murder and discharging a firearm in public, Sheriff’s Office records showed. The Sheriff’s Office arrested Braziel on Friday after obtaining a warrant. He was booked into the jail at 10:55 p.m., records show

Police discovered Hendrix dead in the roadway after off-duty officers in the 1200 block of King Street heard multiple gunshots. People then directed officers to the Forbes and Downing streets area behind the Burger King, the Sheriff’s Office previously said.

Court records show Braziel has prior arrests for misdemeanor domestic battery in May 2019, as well as in October 2013 for carrying a concealed firearm, resisting an officer without violence and loitering or prowling — all in Duval County. - (Black-on-White)

    Third (negro youth crime demon) suspect charged in Charles County high school student’s killing, police say - they prey in packs
black suspectblack suspectLA PLATA, Md. (FOX 5 DC) - A third suspect has been arrested in connection with the murder of 17-year-old Charles County high school student Bradley Alan Brown, officials say.
A second suspect was revealed on Friday morning, and identified Friday afternoon as Mikayle Tahed Qawwee, 19. He’s been charged with first-degree murder and armed robbery. The initial suspect’s arrest was announced on Wednesday evening, but it’s unclear who investigators believe fired the gun. On Friday afternoon, police announced the arrest of 16-year-old Keshawn Belasco, along with Qawwee, both of Waldorf. Both were charged with first-degree murder. Darryl Edward Freeman, 17, was arrested Wednesday and faces multiple charges including first-degree murder in connection with Brown’s death. He was in Charles County District Court on Friday where he was ordered held without bond.    - (Black-on-White)

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

    Suspects in deaths of 3 women found in Hemet home nabbed in Las Vegas
A 20-year-old woman and her 18-year-old boyfriend, suspects in the deaths of three women whose bodies were found in a two-story Hemet home earlier this week, were arrested in Las Vegas, officials said on Friday.

Chief Eddie Pust said the killings were done over a rental dispute. The causes of death were blunt-force trauma and strangulations.

Arrested were Jordan Guzman, who police said recently moved into the house, and boyfriend Anthony McCloud. They were each arrested on three counts of suspicion of murder, with extraditions expected to take place in two to three weeks.

The suspects had taken the youngest victim’s Hyundai Sonata and driven it to Las Vegas, Hemet police said. It was found early Thursday, and the pair were taken into custody. They were being held at Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas on bail amounts of $2 million each.

Police had said on Thursday they had arrested two people suspected of killing the three women the night before, but few details emerged at the time about the case. Police were first alerted to trouble at 8:50 p.m. Wednesday, when they received a call about a woman who reportedly was lyingin a pool of blood. Inside the Hemet home, in the 1400 block of Rabbit Peak, officers found the bodies of the three women:
Wendy Lopez-Araiza, 46; Genesis Lopez-Araiza, 21; Trinity Clyde, 18,
a family friend who was visiting.  - (Black-on-White)

Dangers of interracial dating

    3rd (black) person arrested for murder of (White) University of South Alabama professor
black suspectblack suspectA third arrest was made in connection to the murder of University of South Alabama economics professor Matthew Wiser, police announced Monday afternoon.

Mobile police arrested Curtis Anthony Womack Jr., 23. Womack is being charged with murder of Wiser, as well as possession of marijuana second degree on an unrelated case.

Wiser was found shot dead in his West Mobile home on Gaillard Road November 20, 2019. A little less than a month later, police arrested Tiquez Timmons, 20, and Derric Scott, 20, for the murder. The murder case was sent to grand jury January 16. Investigators were able to link suspects to the murder of Wiser after the Nintendo Switch console that was stolen from Wiser’s home during the home invasion was connected to WiFi at the apartment of Timmons’ sister. - (Black-on-White)

    (black) Suspect, 17, arrested in fatal shooting of (white) Prince George's County police officer's teenage son
black suspectblack suspectCHARLES COUNTY, Md. — A teenager has been arrested in the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old, who was found dead in his driveway Tuesday evening, police said. A neighbor confirmed Wednesday that the victim was the son of a Prince George's County police officer.

Darryl Edward Freeman, 17, of Waldorf, Md., was arrested Wednesday by the Charles County Sheriff’s Office in connection with Bradley Alan Brown's death, officials said. Freeman was charged as an adult with first-degree murder, the sheriff's office said.
While the case remains under investigation, police said they have established the shooting was not random and appears to be drug-related. Brown was found dead in the driveway of a home in Charles County, Md. Tuesday night from an apparent gunshot wound, authorities said.  - (Black-on-White)

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

    (POS negro) Luciano Lewis, 14, arrested in killing of (WHITE female) Barnard student Tessa Majors
black suspectThe third and last teen suspect in the fatal stabbing of Barnard College student Tessa Majors has been arrested, law enforcement sources told The Post on Wednesday.

Luchiano Lewis, 14, surrendered to police with his lawyer Wednesday morning and is expected to be arraigned in Manhattan Supreme Court later Wednesday in connection with the Dec. 11 killing of the 18-year-old, the sources said.

Police have previously interviewed Lewis, but he was initially let go uncharged. He will be charged as an adult.

A search warrant had also been executed at his home. The alleged teen knifeman, 14-year-old Rashaun Weaver, was slapped with charges of robbery and second-degree murder last week for the fatal knifing of Majors.

Weaver was indicted by a grand jury and taken into custody last week in the lobby of his home at the Taft Houses project in East Harlem. He has a court appearance later Wednesday in Manhattan.

Police have also previously busted 13-year-old Zyairr Davis in Majors’ killing. - (Black-on-White)

    Second (feral fatherless black subhuman) teen arrested in Tessa Majors murder named as Rashaun Weaver
black suspectTessa Majors scratched and struggled like hell against the teen with a knife who took her life during a botched robbery in Morningside Park last year — and now his DNA, recovered from under her fingernail, has helped implicate the boy who investigators are “confident” is her murderer.

Rashaun Weaver, 14, was indicted by a grand jury and taken into custody without incident Friday at around 10:30 p.m. in the lobby of his home at the Taft Houses project in East Harlem.

He was charged, as an adult, Saturday morning with robbery and second-degree murder for fatally stabbing the 18-year-old Barnard College student steps from her campus, a senseless loss of life that stunned the city.

“What we can do is say that we are confident that we have the person in custody who stabbed her,” NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea said in announcing the arrest at a press conference Saturday at police headquarters in lower Manhattan.

“And that person will face justice in a court of law.” - (Black-on-White)

    NYPD Releases Pic Of Suspect In Tessa Majors Killing. Guess What? He's Black - 12/20/2019
black suspectIn the Tessa Majors killing in a park near Harlem, no race of any suspect has been released until now. We know that suspect Zyairr Davis is black, because everyone in the entire United States named Zyairr is black, and so is everyone named Zyairre.(It's a variant of the African country Zaire.)

But now we have an actual picture of an unnamed teen suspect, not Zyairr Davis, and guess what? He's black.
This story does not say the "baby-faced" suspect is black, but the other reason we know he and his accomplices are black is this: the Civil Rights people are rushing to defend them.
- (Black-on-White)

black suspectblack suspect

    (violent, primitive, uncivilized black negro beast) attacks (White) man guilty of provocative 'walking while White' in New York City
black suspectA COWARDLY, RACIST brute cold-cocked and viciously assaulted a 55-year-old (WHITE) man while walking on the Upper West Side, cops said Tuesday.

The violent encounter unfolded just before 2:45 p.m. on Feb. 5 when the unknown attacker ran up behind the 55-year-old and hit him in the head, knocking him to the ground.  The brute then continued the beatdown, punching him and stomping on the 55-year-old as his victim writhed in pain on the ground.  The RABID ANIMAL assailant took off and is being hunted by cops.

The 55-year-old was taken to the hospital, where he was treated for wounds to his head and body before he was released. - (Black-on-White)

    (WHITE) Woman, 89, dies after (BLACK) man fleeing police crashes into vehicle where she was a passenger
black suspectFERNDALE, Mich. (WXYZ) — An 89-year-old woman who was a passenger in a vehicle that was hit by a suspect fleeing police in Ferndale has died, police say.

Mary Lackamp died from her injuries on Feb. 17 after she was involved in a vehicle crash on Valentine's Day. Lackamp was in a car with two other people when an SUV driven by Harris Howard crashed into the car in the area of Eight Mile Road and Wyoming.
Lackamp and the other two passengers were initially listed in temporary serious but stable condition at a local hospital following the crash.
Howard, who fled the scene after the crash but was later captured by Michigan State Police and arrested, is charged with second-degree fleeing and eluding. - (Black-on-White)

    African American nword kidnaps white woman and forces her to watch nine-hour slavery mini-series Roots to 'understand her racism'
black suspectblack suspectAn African American man kidnapped a white woman he'd been in an on-off relationship with for years and forced her to watch nine-hour slavery miniseries Roots so she could 'understand her racism'.

Cedar Rapids police seized 52-year-old Robert Noyes on Monday on charges of first-degree harassment and false imprisonment.  The woman, who was not clearly described in previous reports as being white, was allegedly forced to sit with Noye and threatened when she tried to move from watching the 1977 TV miniseries.   He forced her to watch the nine-hour show, which details the ancestral line of the author Alex Haley, 'so she could better understand her racism', a police complaint said.

Noye threatened to 'kill her and spread her body parts across Interstate 380 on the way to Chicago', when she tried to move away, according to the Gazette.  - (Black-on-White)

"Roots hero" Kinte seeks to retain his African and Islamic (terrorist cult indoctrination) refusing to eat pork.

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

    DEADLY HOTEL SHOOTING IN WEST MACON - (black man murdered white woman)
black suspectMACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Bibb County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a deadly shooting from over the weekend. Deputies say 28-year-old Jerome Christopher Miller of Macon shot 37-year-old Ashley Wease of Eatonton. At 9:54 on Saturday morning, deputies responded to the Econo Lodge Inn and Suites on Chambers Rd. about a shooting. Upon arrival, they found Wease unresponsive with a gunshot to her upper body. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Deputies located Miller, just minutes later at the corner of Eisenhower Pkwy and Presidential Pkwy and took him to the Bibb County Jail and charged him with murder. He is being held without bond at this time. - (Black-on-White)

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

    (GROTESQUELY UGLY DEMONIC black) Tucson man convicted of first-degree murder of defiled (white) wife and (White) cellmate
black suspectblack suspectTUCSON – A Tucson man was found guilty for first-degree murder in the death of his wife in 2016.

Back on Nov. 21, 2016, Tucson Police Department arrested "King" Yates after his wife, 24-year-old Cassandra Yates was pronounced dead with obvious signs of gunshot trauma at an apartment complex at 7671 E. Tanque Verde Road the night prior. "King" Yates was originally charged for first-degree murder, misconduct involving weapons - prohibited possessor and second-degree murder.
After a trial where Yates represented himself in Pima County Superior Court, a jury convicted the Tucson man of first-degree murder.
A judge allowed Yates to represent himself after he underwent a competency exam to determine if he was competent enough to stand trial and represent himself. According to officials, Yates fired two attorneys defending him in this case prior to the competency exam.
Yates' sentence date for this case was scheduled for March 23.
While jailed at Pima County Jail, Yates was arrested again for first-degree murder after his cellmate, Branden Roth was found dead in his cell. Roth was found "obvious signs of trauma" and an autopsy later revealed he died of asphyxiation after he was severely beaten.
- (Black-on-White)

Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)
In the name of Common Decency - we must demand racially segregated mental health facilities, prisons, schools and transportation

    (black) Man arrested, charged with murder of (White "childhood friend")  in Boardman, Ohio shooting
black suspectBOARDMAN, Ohio — One man is dead after a Thursday shooting at a West Boulevard house.

Kane Wiesensee, 18
, was taken to St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital where he was pronounced dead, according the the Mahoning County Coroner’s office.

Todd Werth, Boardman Township police chief, said officers arrested Emanuel Boyd, 19, of Boardman in connection with the shooting. He is being held in the Mahoning County jail. Boyd is charged with murder, a first-degree felony, according to court documents. The last time there was a homicide in the township was 2014, Werth said.

Werth said officers responded to the early morning call at 5515 West Blvd. and administered CPR to Wiesensee.
A motive for the shooting is not yet known, Werth said. Officers remained at the site Thursday afternoon, processing the scene.
An autopsy was conducted at the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s office.

According to the Mahoning County Auditor’s website, the house is owned by Robert Boyd.

Court records show that Robert Boyd, 49, is also in the county jail — on charges of rape, gross sexual imposition, disseminating matter harmful to a juvenile and illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material. The charges stem from incidents in March, April, and May of 2017. According to the indictment, Boyd is charged with the rape of a girl who was 17-years-old at the time, according to 21 WFMJ.
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Editor note: one might guess that the alleged rapist 'Robert Boyd' in jail might be the father of the black suspect,
Emanuel Boyd.

    (black) Wayne County man charged with killing pregnant woman, unborn child, sheriff’s office says
black suspectGOLDSBORO, N.C. (WNCN) – Wayne County deputies charged a man with murder after a pregnant woman was found dead in a crashed car on Jan. 29 in Goldsboro, according to a news release from the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office.

James Isaac Jones Jr., 33, of 304 Sweeten Branch Dr. in Pikeville, was arrested without incident on Thursday. He is charged in the death of 29-year-old Cassia Renee Duval and her unborn child, according to the release.

Jones Jr. and Duval lived together at the Sweeten Branch Drive residence, the sheriff’s office said.
Duval was found dead in a vehicle on Jan. 29 at the intersection of Pikeville-Princeton and Nahunta roads.
Duval was the manager at the Waffle House off North Berkeley Boulevard in Goldsboro. She was better known there as Renee or Nana.
A GoFundMe has been started in Duval’s honor. Donate here.
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Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)

    (black) Former Badger Marcus Randle El arrested in Janesville double homicide (of two white women)
black suspectJANESVILLE, Wis. (WMTV) -- A former University of Wisconsin football player has been arrested and charged homicide in connection to a double murder in Janesville.
Marcus Randle El turned himself into police in Chicago on Saturday afternoon with members of the Janesville Police Department on hand at the time. The 33-year-old Randle El has been charged with two counts of first degree intentional homicide.

Early Monday morning, 30-year-old Seairaha Winchester and 27-year-old Brittany McAdory were found shot near the intersection of Midvale Drive and Deerfield Drive in Janesville. They were taken to a hospital where they died.

During the news conference announcing the arrest, Lt. Charles Aagaard said investigators recovered video footage confirmed Winchester and McAdory went to the T.A. Express gas station around 2 a.m. that morning and left the store in McAdory's black Jeep Cherokee. Investigators say their evidence indicates they planned to meet with Randle El, who was also in the area.

A little more than an hour later, a passing motorist spotted the victims lying in the road, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds, Aagaard explained. They were both taken to Mercy Hospital for treatment where they both later died as a result of their injuries.
Randle El was out of jail on parole at the time of the murders. He was in jail stemming from an incident in 2014. Randle El abducted his daughter at gunpoint. ...ordered to complete anger management - (Black-on-White)

Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS

    (black) Plainfield man loses appeal in brutal burglary of 82-year-old for $300
black suspect A Plainfield man convicted of robbing and torturing an elderly man for $300 has lost another appeal of his conviction.  

Ronald Cherry, 33, was sentenced to 18 years in prison in 2011 for breaking into the residence of Kenneth Athey,  an 82-year-old man on West Eighth Street and attacking him.

He and two others tied the man to a chair and stabbed him, beat him in the head with a hammer, torched his genitals and chest, and then left the house with his credit cards and cash.
Cherry, in his most recent appeal, argued his attorneys at trial were ineffective. In 2014, he appealed to withdraw his guilty plea, which was denied. The crime, which occurred in 2008, was described by a police official as among the most heinous he's ever witnessed. "This rivals, in brutality and callousness, anything I've ever seen ... in 40 years,'' said then-Plainfield Public Safety Director Martin Hellwig.  - (Black-on-White)

    (black) Roseville Man Arrested In 1985 El Dorado Hills Murder Case - (White man wrongfully convicted has been freed)
black suspect ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — A Roseville man is in Placer County Jail in connection to the 1985 murder of Jane Hylton.

Michael Green is in custody facing a murder charge. El Dorado County Sheriff Deputies arrested him outside his home across from Maidu Park on Tuesday. His booking photo shows a face of confusion and age. At 51-years-old, Green’s gray beard stands out as a symbol for the passage of time.
The El Dorado County District Attorney says Green was only a teenager when Hylton was murdered in El Dorado Hills. He has been living free as another man, Ricky Davis was wrongfully prosecuted and convicted of the murder.
Davis was freed Thursday when a DNA test showed he was not the killer and led investigators to Green.
- (Black-on-White)

Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL and a DEADLY DANGER to your FAMILY and FRIENDS)

    (black) Pensacola man charged with homicide, accused of attacking man on Mobile Highway
black suspectA Pensacola man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after authorities say he attacked a man and slammed his head into the asphalt, causing brain hemorrhaging that led to death.

Larry Raymond Moore, 27, was arrested Monday and charged with second-degree murder in connection to the death of 35-year-old Jeremy Beebe.

According to Moore's arrest report, Escambia County Sheriff's Office deputies responded Feb. 2 to a report of a man down in the 3500 block of Mobile Highway. They found Beebe with lacerations to his face and bruising on his body and transported him to Baptist Hospital with injuries that were initially believed to be superficial. However, the next day, hospital staff informed law enforcement that Beebe had sustained life-threatening injuries and was diagnosed with a brain bleed.

On Feb. 7, Beebe succumbed to his injuries, according to the ECSO.  Before his death, Beebe told investigators he had been behind Brownsville Welding on Feb. 2 doing drugs with a group of men who became angry and punched him, the report stated.

The ECSO obtained surveillance footage from Brownsville Welding that showed Beebe walking across Mobile Highway in front of the business on Feb. 2 as a white Chevrolet pickup truck was parked a short distance away. Moore got out of the truck and spoke to Beebe before chasing Beebe onto the road, catching him and body slamming his head into the roadway, the report stated. "After body slamming Beebe, Moore proceeds to punch Beebe in the face two times causing Beebe’s head to hit the roadway with each punch," the report stated. Beebe was left in the road with oncoming traffic as Moore ran back to the truck.

Investigators also spoke to a witness who was in the pickup truck at the time of the incident. The witness explained he was at a construction job site in Milton on Feb. 2 when he received a text message from his girlfriend saying that a white man was in his backyard and possibly committing burglary.

The witness' residence was on Lee Street, approximately four blocks away from Brownsville Welding, and photos from his home surveillance system identified the man in the backyard as Beebe, the report stated.  The men in the truck found Beebe and again asked him what he had been doing in the backyard. According to the arrest report, Beebe then said he was sorry and threw his wallet on the ground.

The witness told investigators that a "random" black man then rode up on a bicycle and began to chase Beebe.
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Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

    (One of two miserable black men) on trial for murder of (white) man in Durant, Oklahoma 
black suspectDURANT, Okla. (KXII) - Trial began Monday for a man accused killing a man over a bag of marijuana last year in Durant.

Police say 28-year-old Daniel Dailey and 18-year-old Jacqorion Ellison admitted they conspired to rob 21-year-old Zachary McCullar of his marijuana he had agreed to sell to them.

The three met around midnight March 11, 2019, at the Econolodge at West Main and US-69/75, but when the two tried to rob McCullar he fought back and they shot him once in the head.

Dailey is on trial for second degree murder. - (Black-on-White)

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

    (black) Tulsa Murder Suspect Turns Himself In
black suspectblack suspectwiggerTULSA, Oklahoma - A teenager accused of killing a 16-year-old last week is now in jail. Carl Irons, Jr. turned himself in just after 6 p.m. Wednesday night.
Tulsa Police said Irons shot and killed 16-year-old Jeremiah Morris.           Officers said Morris went with a group of people to buy a gun from Irons near 4th Street and Mingo last week. Investigators said when Morris' group handed the gun to Irons, Irons decided he'd use the gun to rob them.  Police said both sides were armed, leading to a shootout.
Officers arrested the suspected getaway driver, D'Angela Turner Monday night. Investigators said Irons is on probation for shooting a man multiple times in 2017. Irons is set to go before judge next week.
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    (black) New Orleans man charged in drink-spiking scheme linked to (white) Metairie man's death
nigger/negress loverblack suspectA New Orleans man faces from 15 years to life in prison after his indictment last week on federal charges for allegedly using a prostitute to drug and rob men across the country, including a Metairie man who died after their encounter.

The long-awaited, 12-count indictment against Randy “RuRu” Schenck alleges that he directed his romantic partner to meet men on social media apps, spike their drinks and help him rob them.

The scheme was only discovered when 40-year-old Shawn Arthur died three years ago this month. A reporter and a private investigator eventually tracked Schenck’s alleged partner to a Georgia jail, where she confessed to putting drugs in Arthur’s drink at his Metairie home. She’s awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty.  - (Black-on-White)

Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)
“For a whore is a deep ditch; and a strange woman is a narrow pit.”

    (black) Man Faces Up To 50 Years In Prison For Arson, 2018 Murder Of (white) Woman In North Highlands  - (NNN Burned Alive?)
black suspectNORTH HIGHLANDS (CBS13) — A Sacramento man faces up to 50 years in prison after being found guilty of murder and arson on Tuesday. William Thomas was found guilty of killing 28-year-old Aryanna Doyle in a burning trailer on Easter Sunday.

According to court records, Doyle met Thomas at a park on March 31, 2018. He had been seen lighting garbage on fire at the park. The pair left the park together and went to the abandoned trailer home.

The next morning, firefighters responded to a fire at an abandoned trailer in North Highlands. Firefighters found Doyle’s burned body inside the trailer. Surveillance footage showed Thomas leaving the burned trailer minutes after the fire department was called.

According to the District Attorney’s crime lab, Doyle was still alive when the fire started. Additionally, Thomas’ semen was found during Doyle’s autopsy. - (Black-on-White)

Dangers of 'being an acquaintance' of a black man

    Wanted suspect in outlet mall shooting returned to kill manager hours after he was fired, police say
black suspectDaniel Everett had list of other employees who complained about him in past
ORLANDO, Fla. – The man wanted in connection with a deadly shooting at the Orlando International Premium Outlets was fired from the store where the slaying took place just hours before, according to police.

Orlando police said 46-year-old Daniel Everett worked at the Under Armour store for about three years as a manager before he was fired Monday morning. Hours later, he returned to the store, fatally shot a manager and fled, according to police.

Police said they do believe the woman was targeted. She has since been identified as Eunice Marie Vazquez. “We do believe that his target was intended. He had no other plan, we believe, when he came to the store other than to do what he did,” Orlando Police Chief Orlando Rolon said.  Shortly after the shooting, police learned that Everett had made a list of employees’ names after he was terminated and e-mailed the list to the people whose names were on it. Rolon said the list consisted of names of employees who had complained about Everett in the past.

Police contacted each person listed to make sure they were safe and will remain in contact with them, department officials said. It’s unclear what led to Everett’s termination. - (Black-on-white-Hispanic)

(when a black is hired because of Affirmative Action - and then he needs to be fired... )

    Police chief: (Black) Suspect in Arkansas Walmart shooting was known to officers
black suspect FORREST CITY, Ark. (WMC) - Police have identified the suspect in a shooting Monday at Walmart in Forrest City.

Police Chief Deon Lee says 40-year-old Bobby Gibbs was known to officers before Monday’s shooting but didn’t give specific details. Police responded to Walmart on Deaderick Road just before 10:30 a.m. after someone reported a man inside the store making threats. Two of the first officers on scene -- Lt. Eric Varner and Detective Eugene Watlington -- engaged Gibbs inside the store and were shot.  Varner went to the hospital in Forrest City where he was treated and released. Lee says Watlington went to Regional One in Memphis where he underwent surgery. He is expected to recover. Gibbs was shot and killed at the scene. - (Black-on-white)

  • 2 police officers shot at Walmart, suspect killed
    The suspect -- identified by the St. Francis County coroner as 40-year-old Bobby Joe Gibbs -- was killed, Lee said, and the injured officers are expected to be OK.
    Eugene Watlington, a seasoned detective, underwent surgery, Lee said.
    Lt. Eric Varner, who has been on the force for over a decade, has been treated and released from the hospital, Lee said.

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    (White) Man shot and killed in Clairton, (fecal-faced black) house guest arrested
black suspectCLAIRTON, Pa. — A 25-year-old man was found shot to death Tuesday morning in Clairton, police say. Police were called to Constitution Avenue just before 8 a.m. and when officers got there, they found the man shot at least once. He died shortly afterwards.

Police say the victim lived at the house with a woman. When he got home the shooter was there as a guest of the woman. The two men then got in a fight, and the guest pulled out a gun and chased the victim outside.
The victim has been identified as Joseph Perlick-Spernak.

Police have identified the alleged shooter as 28-year-old Gerald Johnson - (Black-on-white)

    Loved Ones Of (White) Woman Hit By Police Car In Leominster During Police Chase (of black criminal) Want Answers
black suspect LEOMINSTER (CBS) — A woman hit by a police cruiser during a police car chase is recovering in the hospital, but her family says it has been a struggle. Her friends and family still want answers as to how the crash happened.

Julie Oetinger is the lifelong best friend of 29-year-old Sarah Stevens, of Townsend, who is in the ICU at UMass Memorial Medical Center after being hit by a State Police car when a trooper was responding to a call last month on Route 12 in Leominster. “From my understanding, she was pulling out of Wendy’s and that’s when she got hit,” Oetinger said. Stevens suffered multiple broken bones and has undergone several surgeries. “It’s a truly a miracle she is still here and made so much progress already,” Oetinger said. “No one you love you want to go through that. It’s been very difficult.” State Police say the trooper’s lights and sirens were on at the time. The (black) man accused of leading State Police on a chase when the trooper crashed into Stevens faces multiple charges. - (Black-on-white)

  • Police: Worcester man swerved at cruiser during wild high-speed chase
    LEOMINSTER, MASS. (WHDH) - A state trooper and a woman were hospitalized following a violent crash in Leominster overnight that occurred as the trooper was responding to the area of a police pursuit that resulted in the arrest of a Worcester man.
    Ronald G. Paris, 35, was arraigned Thursday in Worcester District Court on charges including failure to stop for police, assault with a dangerous weapon, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, driving an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle. He was ordered held on $2,500 bail after a not guilty plea was entered on his behalf. The trooper was responding to assist other officers who were chasing Paris’ vehicle on Route 12 when they were involved in a crash with another car just before midnight, according to Massachusetts State Police.
  • Townsend, MA WF, 29 suffered broken bones, undergone several surgeries result cops chasing negro

    3 (black) suspects now charged with 1st-degree murder in fatal shooting of (White female) Chesapeake delivery driver
black suspectCHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — Three people arrested after the fatal shooting of a Chesapeake pizza delivery driver in March 2019 now face first-degree murder charges.
Tonagee Ravenel, Antonio Britton and Semiya Davidson had all been charged with robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery and use of a firearm in commission of a felony in connection to the incident, but no one had been charged with murder until this week.
The development comes just a week after a judge certified their robbery and gun charges in a preliminary hearing.
The three are accused of killing 30-year-old Stephanie Brainerd at Chesapeake’s Marina Point Apartments on March 14, 2019. This a breaking update. To read the latest in the case, click here.
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    Milwaukee police release name of (White) officer shot, injured in exchange of gunfire with (black) man fleeing crash
black suspect Milwaukee police have identified an officer who was shot this week during an exchange of gunfire with a man running from a vehicle that had crashed during a police chase.

Officer Robert Parks, 32, was shot in the leg. His partner, Officer Adam Maritato, 33, was not injured, according to a Friday news release.

Major Artis, the 24-year-old man accused of shooting the officer, died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound soon after the incident, police said.

Milwaukee police released the names and photos of the officers and Artis on Friday.

Artis' family has said they do not believe he would kill himself. A relative told the Journal Sentinel Friday his mother "hates that an officer got shot," but remains concerned because she has not been contacted by police, nor seen evidence showing Artis was the shooter.
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    (BLACK) Man who shot and killed (WHITE) Florida Highway Patrol trooper identified
black suspectMARTIN COUNTY, Fla. — The Martin County Sheriff's Office has identified the man who shot and killed a Florida Highway Patrol trooper on Wednesday as 28-year-old Franklin Reed III of Palm Bay in Central Florida.

FHP said Trooper Joseph Bullock was assisting Reed, who had a disabled vehicle in the northbound lanes of I-95 in Martin County, around 11:15 a.m.

Reed suddenly opened fire, killing Trooper Bullock, according to authorities. Witnesses said Reed was angry over having to pay to tow his car, and that's why he shot the 42-year-old trooper.

Reed has no criminal records in the state of Florida, according to the Florida Dept. of Law Enforcement. There were no charges on record that would have made it illegal for Reed to own a firearm. Reed's prior contact with law enforcement is limited to a few traffic violations in Brevard county.
According to FHP, an off-duty Riviera Beach police officer, identified as Jemel Headings, was passing by the scene and engaged the suspect, fatally shooting him.  - (Black-on-white)

    Accused (black vitaglio) (white girlfriend) killer’s profanity-laced courtroom tirade leads to $1 million bond
black suspectblack suspectnigger lover - killed by her niggerLOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – A murder suspect appeared in court Friday morning, and his profane outburst didn’t do him any favors.

William Sloss, 34, is accused of killing Amanda Berry, whose body was found in the basement of a home on Virginia Avenue last week.

Just a few seconds after walking into his arraignment hearing, Sloss fell to the floor despite being held by several officers. And once he faced the judge, he greeted her with “**** you.” Over the next 90 seconds, Sloss mixed a series of swear words with silence. When asked if he was going to hire an attorney or if he needed a public defender, he said nothing. When asked if he was working, he remained quiet.
“Given his lengthy record of violent offenses, we will increase the bond to $1 million,” the judge said.
Sloss, who was arrested and booked into Metro Corrections on Thursday night, is charged with murder and abuse of a corpse.
Watch Sloss’ arraignment hearing below.
WARNING: Some of the language used in the video below may be offensive to some members of our viewing audience:

Berry, 33, was found during a search of a home in the 3200 block of Virginia Avenue.
Investigators said the (decomposing) body had been there for “quite a long period of time." - (Black-on-white)

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

    (Black) Man charged in woman's killing has 20-year history of assaults, drug use, sales
Investigators found the (white) woman's dead body around 6:30 a.m. Tuesday in an alley with gunshot wound to her face

black suspectKNOXVILLE, Tenn. — UPDATE 11 AM WEDNESDAY: The man charged with murdering a woman Tuesday at a Mechanicsville house has a 20-year arrest record that includes violent assaults on women, disturbances and drug sales and use.

Robert Joseph Atkins, 38, is being held in the Knox County jail. He faces jail arraignment Wednesday and a hearing date Feb. 14. in Knox County General Sessions Court.
He's accused of killing 29-year-old Kaitlyne Warwick at 1227 Pickett Ave. near Knoxville College. After killing her, he dragged her body outside and left it there, according to Knoxville police.

He's been banned from numerous Knoxville public housing properties through the years for causing disturbances.
Records show he's also attacked and beaten several woman, at least one of whom was pregnant with his child at the time, records show.  Sometimes charges were dropped because the victim didn't want to press charges.

He's been found using meth and cocaine, among other drugs, court records show. Atkins is a felon, having been convicted of simple possession casual exchange third offense in 2013, records show. In November, he was charged with threatening his cousin with a machete at the Pickett Avenue address. He's previously offered the cousin's name as his own when confronted by police. The aggravated assault case was later dropped. Atkins was booked into the Knox County Detention Center and is also facing charges of tampering with evidence and illegal possession of a firearm. - (Black-on-white)

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

    DEMONIC EVIL BLACK Woman tried to shove (White) Red Line musician onto tracks before stabbing him: prosecutors
black suspect Barbara Johnson allegedly approached a street musician at the Jackson station and cut his arm with a knife during an argument. A woman with a history of mental illness allegedly attacked a street musician with a steak knife Tuesday on a downtown CTA platform, destroying his guitar and nearly pushing him onto the L tracks, prosecutors said in court Thursday.

Barbara Johnson, 38, faces two felony counts of aggravated battery and a misdemeanor count of criminal damage to property in connection to the stabbing at the Red Line platform at Jackson. Cook County Judge Susana Ortiz cited Johnson’s extensive felony background, which includes convictions for resisting arrest and battery to an officer, when denying her bail.
The attack began about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday when Johnson, who did not know the performer, approached him and unplugged his guitar amplifier, prosecutors said. Johnson shoved him toward the tracks, nearly pushing him over the edge, and punched him several times, prosecutors said. He eventually got away, but she chased and stabbed him in the arm with a steak knife, prosecutors said. Johnson then threw his amplifier and guitar onto the tracks, prosecutors said. Chicago police said the 26-year-old performer was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital in fair condition. Her public defender said she has a history of mental health illnesses, is a life-long Chicago resident and attends St. Sabina Church.

A woman who identified herself as the street performer’s sister told the Sun-Times, “The woman who stabbed him also destroyed his only means of work.” - (Black-on-white)

    (black) Man sentenced to maximum 100 years in second degree murder, robbery cases
black suspectMARTINSBURG — A Martinsburg man was sentenced Monday to a maximum of 100 years in prison after a guilty plea to second degree murder and a four-count felony guilty verdict was returned by a Berkeley County in a separate case.

Alvin Deshaun Gilbert, 27, also known as Albert D. Gilbert, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, a lesser included offense of the indicted first-degree murder charge, in December after fatally shooting 26-year-old Corey Barkhammer on the evening of Feb. 3. Gilbert admitted to the shooting, but also alleged he was defending himself when the victim allegedly pulled a gun on him during a struggle.

However, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney C. Lydia Lehman told the court there was no evidence of a struggle or a gun on the victims person. Gilbert also told the court he went to the 405 S. Raleigh St. home and forced his way inside to talk to Barkhammer after he had allegedly ripped Gilbert off during a drug transaction. Witnesses told police a male, later identified as Gilbert, arrived at the home and began kicking the front door open before they heard a series of gunshots and Gilbert leaving the area.

While Gilbert admitted to being angry, he alleged he did not have his weapon pulled out when he forced his way into the home. However, he did admit to firing four or five shots during the altercation. 
 (details of the case continue at link) - (Black-on-white)

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

    (black) Suspect wanted in connection with the shooting death of (White) 49-year-old man, Dallas police say
black suspectblack suspectDallas police say the man in these surveillance photos is wanted in connection with the shooting death of Shane Semsroth.
DALLAS — Dallas police are asking for the public’s help Tuesday in identifying a suspect wanted in connection with the shooting death of a 49-year-old man.

On Feb. 2 around 7:40 p.m., officers were called to the shooting in the 4200 block of North Cockrell Hill Road, near the Mexican restaurant El Patron Tacos y Tortas al 100, Dallas police said. Officers said the victim, a white male identified as Shane Semsroth, died from his injuries. Detectives say the black man captured on surveillance is believed to be the suspect in the case.  - (Black-on-white)

Dallas police say if you or anyone has information concerning the whereabouts of the suspect, call 911 or Detective Belew at 214-422-9275 and reference case number 022306-2020. You can also send an email to patty.belew@dallascityhall.com.

Crime Stoppers is also offering up to a $5,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and indictment in the case. Tipsters can call 214-373-8477 at anytime. 

    Two (blacks) arrested in late December shooting death of (White) Owasso man
black suspectblack suspectOwasso police arrested two people Monday in connection with the late December shooting death of a 21-year-old.

Devin Michael Wilson, 17, and Montre Laron Wilson, 24, are charged in Tulsa County District Court with first-degree murder in the death of Tyler Collins.

Collins died from a gunshot wound to his head in his apartment late Dec. 30. The Wilsons, who identified themselves as brothers, were arrested Monday in Skiatook and Tulsa, respectively, thanks to help from Skiatook police and the U.S. Marshals Violent Crimes Task Force, a news release states.

Cellphone records show that the brothers went to Collins’ home to buy hallucinogenic drugs, but they instead “rushed” Collins, shooting and killing him, police allege in a probable cause affidavit. Among other evidence, detectives used police body camera footage from a separate incident to connect the Wilsons to the homicide. - (Black-on-white)

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

    (black) Black Angus Inn homicide suspect arrested in US Virgin Islands
black suspectA man Anchorage police have identified as a suspect in a homicide at the Black Angus Inn has been arrested outside of Alaska nearly two months after the crime, according to police.

Brant Marshall, 40, who is known to acquaintances as "Joey Snow" and "Snowy," is wanted on second-degree murder and manslaughter charges. He is a suspect in a Dec. 3, 2019 shooting that killed 34-year-old Grant Fowler at the inn.
Police at the time said Marshall had traveled outside of Alaska during their investigation into the shooting. He was arrested in the U.S. Virgin Islands on Jan. 28.

An updated community alert from the Anchorage Police Department said Marshall was taken into custody by the U.S. Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force. Police said he will be extradited to Alaska.

Marshall's criminal history includes convictions of sexual abuse of a minor, assault and failure to register as a sex offender.
- (Black-on-white)

    His Name Is Matthew Carter: White 17-Year-Old High School Senior in Louisiana Murdered in "Carjacking Gone Wrong"
by Two Black Teenagers (Aged 13 and 14) - report by

black suspectblack suspect "He was a senior in high school, with his whole life in front of him. He had aspirations, goals, and was filled with ambition.

He was murdered by two black teenagers, aged 13 and 14-years-old in a “robbery gone wrong.”

His name is Matthew Carter. He was a white senior in high school looking forward to graduating and going to college, but now he is dead. Murdered by two black teenagers in a shooting few outside of Louisiana will read or hear about.

What were you doing when you were 13 or 14 years old?
Seriously, what were you doing?
Take your time and think about it.
Now think about how these two black teenagers, aged 13 and 14, engaged in an attempted robbery (tried to steal Matthew’s car) and brutal murder of a white 17-year-old…
Obviously, races reversed, the national media would have journalists camped in Lafayette, breathlessly reporting about the insidious white supremacist attacking an innocent black body.
As it is, this is probably the only place you’ll read about it.

Rest in peace, Matthew."

- (Black-on-white)

    Reward offered for (black) suspect in aggravated murder of (White) Cleveland landscaper
black suspectCLEVELAND (WJW)– The U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is searching for the man accused in the brutal attack and murder of a Cleveland landscaper.
Sedrick Hawkins, 24, is wanted for aggravated murder.

Marshals said Hawkins broke into the landscaping business on Buckeye Road in Cleveland on Sept. 16 and beat 74-year-old Larry Manno. Hawkins is also suspected of robbing the victim. Manno suffered broken ribs and lacerations, and died from his injuries a month later. He was well known in the Buckeye-Shaker neighborhood, where residents said he was dedicated to keeping the area safe.
Hawkins is 5 foot 9 and 150 pounds. He is known to frequent the area of East 130th Street and Buckeye Road.  - (Black-on-white)

    CAPTURED: Coordinated effort leads to arrest of (black) downtown Seattle shooting suspects in Las Vegas
black suspects LAS VEGAS -- Officers with the Department of Corrections NW Community Response Unit and SW Community Response Unit working with Seattle Police, the U.S. Marshals Western District of Washington Violent Offender Task Force and Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department located and arrested Marquise Tolbert and William Toliver, both aged 24, on Saturday, February 1, 2020.

After developing information the two men were at the Rio hotel on Flamingo Road, U.S. Marshals and Las Vegas Metro PD officers conducted surveillance until they spotted the fugitives together.  A team moved in and safely took both of them into custody.   Tolbert and Toliver were booked into the Clark County  Detention Center where they are awaiting their extradition back to Seattle.
- (Black-on-white)

    (black) Cop killer's mother convicted of hindering his arrest
black suspectRahmael Sal HoltBrian ShawTavon Jamere HarperPITTSBURGH (AP) —The mother of a man convicted in the shooting death of a Pennsylvania police officer has been convicted of helping him elude police in the days after the 2017 shooting.
Sherry Holt, 49, of Pittsburgh, was found guilty Thursday of hindering apprehension following a nonjury trial. She faces up to seven years in prison when she's sentenced April 23. Her son, Rahmael Sal Holt, was sentenced to death last year after he was convicted of first-degree murder in the slaying of New Kensington officer Brian Shaw. He was fatally shot after an attempted traffic stop on Nov. 17, 2017.
Prosecutors contended Holt was an armed drug dealer who had planned to rob the driver of the SUV that Shaw attempted to stop in Old Kensington in Westmoreland County on the night of the shooting. Holt has maintained that he wasn't the person who fired.
Rahmael Sal Holt was arrested after a four-day manhunt. His cousin, Marcel Mason, 30, of Pittsburgh, was convicted last year on a hindering charge and was sentenced to 15 to 30 months in prison. Mason’s girlfriend, Aysa Benson, 32, also of Pittsburgh, is expected to stand trial this year on a hindering charge. - (Black-on-white)

    (black) Man arrested for 19-year-old cold case murder
black suspectOMAHA, Neb. (FOX 42 KPTM) — The family of a man who was murdered 19 years ago is now getting justice.
Metro Area Fugitive Task Force arrested 51-year-old Christopher Martin Tuesday for first-degree murder.

On December 5, 2000, Omaha Police responded to 2907 Q Street after receiving a call of a person found lying on the ground in south Omaha. When they arrived officers found 35-year-old Todd Schumacher with multiple gunshot wounds. Schumacher was pronounced dead at the scene. Not able to make an arrest at the time, officers from the Omaha Police Homicide Unit said they classified the murder as a cold case.

Fast-forward to 2019, the victim's daughter Alyssa Schumacher, reached out to the Cold Case Squad and the case was reopened by Detective Dave Schneider. "After all these years, my dad will finally be able to rest in peace and our family will be able to rest a little better at night knowing that the person who did this is finally getting what he deserves," Schumacher said. According to the police, the Homicide Unit had enough evidence from investigating to get a felony arrest warrant for Martin.
- (Black-on-white)

  • Omaha woman seeks answers on the slaying of her father in 2000
    Over the years, Alyssa Schumacher has wanted to share special occasions with her father, who was shot to death in 2000 near 29th and Q Streets. “There have been so many opportunities taken away from our family, from my high school graduation to the birth of my daughter,” she said. “I had to grow up pretty quick.” Todd Schumacher, 35, was killed at his home on Dec. 5, 2000, when Alyssa was just 12. Passers-by flagged down police officers after they found him on the sidewalk in front of his house.

    ADOPTED (BLACK) Son Charged with Homicide in Shooting Deaths of (WHITE) Parents in Columbia County
black suspectORANGE TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- A mother and father were found shot to death inside their home in Columbia County.

Police say their shooter is the couple's 18-year-old adopted son, who called police afterward.

Shock and grief rocked a rural community near Millville after a husband and wife were found shot to death in their home.

The person charged with their murders, the couple's adoptive son, 18-year-old Carl Kressler.

Troopers were sent to the home on Hartman Hollow Road around 10 p.m. Thursday.
Court papers say Carl called 911 and told dispatchers that his parents were “gone."
Inside the home, troopers found the bodies of Flint and Sharon Kressler.

Brothers Donny and Randy Zimmerman live down the road from the Kressler's.
They have ties to the family through marriage.
“It's shocking. It's close to home and it's heartbreaking,” said Donny.
“I’ve known them all my life,” said Randy. “Good family, good family. I didn't know Carl well, just [see him] when's he's going by, that's it.” “They were very good parents, that I`m aware of,” said Donny.

Carl finally admitted to shooting his parents because, in part, they made disparaging remarks about their decision to adopt him.

Carl told investigators he tried to make it look like his parents were shot and killed during a burglary.
Police say Carl had disabled the security system and hid some of his mother’s jewelry.
After the shooting, police say carl left to toss the gun off a bridge into a river then returned home and made that call to police.
“It's just a terrible thing, just terrible,” said Randy. “Terrible, it's terrible. I don't know it's unheard of for this area.”
Carl Kressler was denied bail and is locked up at the Columbia County prison. 
- (Black-on-white)

  • VINE, America’s number one victim notification network identifies the suspect as black

  •     (White female) Georgia cold case rape victim breaks silence after major breakthrough
    black suspect COBB COUNTY, Ga - Advanced DNA technology led investigators to a major breakthrough in three rape cases from more than two decades ago.  The crimes may have been more than 20 years ago, but to the women who lived through the horror, it seems like yesterday.
    "The worst day of my life happened 21 years ago," Nicole Ebbeskotte said.
    It was 1999. Ebbeskotte was in her own Cobb County bedroom when she was raped by a stranger. Investigators were able to link one man to the rapes of Ebbeskotte and two other women in the same area near Windy Hill Road, but they didn't know who that man was. "That was what was frustrating that there was nobody on the other side of the DNA," said Ebbeskotte.
    After the traumatic event, Ebbeskotte went into a career in law enforcement. She worked for the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office for seven years. "It wasn't to find the perpetrator, it was to help women so they didn't have to go through the same thing I did," she said.
    She worked with legislators on new laws to help victims, all while her case grew cold.

    That is until last year. With the help of a $10,000 federal grant, investigators used advanced genealogy testing and identified relatives of Williams. They built the genetic tree forward and it led them to 48-year-old Lorinzo Novoa Williams.
    Investigators went to his home in Arkansas to gather more DNA and question him. 
    The next day, Williams died in an apparent suicide.   - (Black-on-white)

        (black) Tyler man gets 35 years in prison for 2017 murder of gas station clerk
    Kedarius Oliver, left, Dameon Mosley, center, and Lamarcus Hannah TYLER, Texas (KLTV) - A Tyler man was sentenced Friday to 35 years in prison after pleading guilty to murder in the death of a gas station clerk.

    LaMarcus Hannah was initially charged with capital murder. He pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of murder. Under the plea agreement, Hannah waived his right to a jury trial and his right to an appeal.

    The case stems from the January 2017 robbery and murder at the Conoco Gas Station in the 3300 block of North Northeast Loop 323. Clerk Billy Dale Stacks was shot multiple times. He later died after being on life support.

    Earlier Friday morning, another man charged in the case was also in court. Kedarius Oliver, 26, was scheduled plea hearing and sentencing. Instead, Oliver requested a trial date. He’s now scheduled to be in court for a pre-trial hearing on June 5 with a trial set to start on June 15.

    Three people were charged in Stacks’ death. In November 2019, Dameon Jamrc Mosely, was found guilty of capital murder and sentenced to death. - (Black-on-white)

        Tattooed black male arrested for Cocoa Beach crash that killed two elderly  (White) people a couple months ago
    black suspectCocoa Beach police arrested a 32-year-old West Melbourne man on two charges of vehicular homicide for a November 2019 crash that killed two people.

    Timothy James Bahus, of Shannon Avenue, was arrested Thursday in connection with the Nov. 23, crash at Bahama Boulevard and North Atlantic Avenue that killed Apollo Corapi, 80, of Cocoa Beach and Marta Ney, 78, of Melbourne, according to the Cocoa Beach Police Department.  - (Black-on-white)

        (black) Chesterfield man, 18, charged with killing (White) Lyft driver, 79, who was giving the suspect a ride
    black suspectAn 18-year-old Chesterfield County man was charged Thursday with fatally shooting a 79-year-old Lyft driver who was giving the suspect a ride early Monday in a killing that occurred in the same block as the suspect’s home.

    Bernard E. Smith, 18, of the 2900 block of Providence Creek Road, was charged with second-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony in the slaying of Franklin L. “Frank” Farrens, 79, who lived near Old Bermuda Hundred Road and Golf Course Road in Chester, about 20 miles away from the scene of his killing.
    - (Black-on-white)

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        (Demonic black) Man charged with murder, sodomy in 2018 death of (White) 3-year-old girl in Lexington
    black suspectLEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) — A man charged with murder and first-degree sodomy is now being held in the Fayette County Detention Center in connection with the death of a 3-year-old girl.

    Police said 33-year-old Andrew Charles Buster Jr. sexually assaulted Lillyann Grace Reck on Dec. 10, 2018. Police were called an apartment on Cross Keys Road when the toddler was unconscious. She later died at the hospital on Dec. 14, 2018, officials said.

    Police said Buster was a family acquaintance who was watching Reck while her mother was at work. The case recently was determined to be a homicide by the medical examiner’s office. Police said new DNA evidence led to Buster’s arrest.

    When first reporting on the incident back in 2018, LEX 18’s Leigh Searcy unknowingly spoke to Buster when knocking on apartment doors.
    He told Searcy that he was the one who had been watching the girl. When Searcy asked what happened, Buster replied “Yea I know what happened to her but I can’t talk. I can’t talk about it.” Police confirmed that was in fact Buster. - (Black-on-white)

    • Negro babysitter charged with murder, sodomy in 2018 death of White girl, 3 in Lexington, KY
    • Blonde Caucasian Lillyann Grace Reck, 3, died at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital.  Investigation underway. - 2018
      (The little victim's father) Reck claimed his daughter was left with a neighbor of Lillyann’s mother when the mother and her (new) husband left for work. Because of custody issues, Reck had not seen Lillyann for more than a year, he said. From his short time with her, he remembers a happy and cheerful girl.

      “She liked to swing, she liked to go on car rides with me and bobble her little head and dance,” Reck said. “We didn’t listen to my music. We listened to ‘Wheels on the Bus,’ and I had education CDs for her that would make her smarter.”

      Reck lives in Grayson, Ky., but was working in Texas when he was notified about his daughter’s condition. He does not have the details about what happened to Lillyann.

      “(Police) don’t know what happened. The only people who do know ain’t talking,” Reck said. “I want to know right now. I want to know every day what happened to my baby girl.”
    Dangers of 'being an acquaintance' of a black man

    “But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me,
    it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck,
    and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.”

        Arrest made, 2 (black) teen suspects wanted in (White) Charles City man’s murder
    black suspectsRICHMOND, Va. -- Police have charged one man and are asking for the public's help find two other suspects after a Charles City man's body was in a burning Richmond building in November. Richmond Police said fire crews were dispatched to a Southside warehouse  on Nov. 1 just after 2:20 a.m. After the fire was out, firefighters discovered 35-year-old Anthony S. Wheeler of Charles City unresponsive inside the warehouse and suffering from apparent gunshot wounds, police said.
    Wheeler was pronounced dead at the scene.
    Richmond Police officials said Wednesday 20-year-old Marquise J. Culpepper, of the 2400 block of Hull Street in Richmond, who was in custody on unrelated charges, was charged in Wheeler's death. Culpepper was charged with murder, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, robbery and arson, police said. Officials said additional charges are also pending.  Additionally, police said they have outstanding warrants for 18-year-old Roquanta R. Beard, of Richmond, and for 18-year-old Johntae D. Sauls, of Richmond, for their involvement in the crime. - (Black-on-white)

        UPDATE: ‘She was a pillar in the community’: Friends of 50-year-old (White female) shooting victim remember her as ‘a survivor’
    black suspectsSEATTLE — The only person killed when eight people were shot in Wednesday’s downtown shoot out was described by close friends as a nurturing, big-hearted person who acted as a caretaker for people who shared struggles like she had.

    “She was just an outgoing person,“ said Donella Young-Rials, who said she had been friends with 50- year-old Tonya Jackson for two decades.

    - (Black-on-white)

    “She had come such a long way,“ Young-Rials said. “She was doing really good after all she’d been through.”

    Young-Rials said she met Jackson when both were struggling with homelessness and addictions on the streets of Seattle for seven long years.

    Eventually, both women accepted counseling, became clean and sober, and both were granted permanent housing at the same time.

    “We had overcome a lot,” young-Riles“We had overcome a lot,“ young-Rials said. “It was crazy, because we both got our housing and it was like ’Wow, we finally did it!”’

    Young-Rials believes Jackson-who was fondly known as “Kristy” and “Big Bird” to her friends- was helping a fellow Plymouth housing resident – a 55-year-old woman confined to a wheelchair – when both were caught in the hail of gunfire outside the door of the McDonalds at 3rd and Pine.

    According to Harborview Medical Center, the 55-year-old victim remains in intensive care after being shot in the abdomen.

    “She is going to be very well missed,“ Young-Rials said—adding a comment directed at the two shooters who police say are still on the run.

    “She was a pillar in our community. She was a good girl. And now the shooters’ family is going to be hurting too. Because when they get caught their family is going to suffer just like you killed yourself and your own family.“

        State Police Release Photo of (black) Suspect in Homicide (of White man) at Edinboro Wendy's Restaurant
    black suspectPolice release photo of Markese Lampley, the suspect in a robbery and shooting at the Edinboro Wendy's on Saturday. Wendy's employee Alexander Cavanah was shot during the incident. He died at the hospital from his injuries.

    Pennsylvania State Police continue to investigate a robbery/homicide incident at the Wendy's Restaurant in Edinboro Saturday afternoon.  Erie News Now has obtained a photo of Markese D. Lampley, age 20, the man charged with murder in the first and second degree, robbery, fleeing or attempting to elude police and other criminal code violations.

    Investigators said Lampley, armed with a handgun, entered the restaurant on Route 6 N in Washington Township wearing black clothes and a ski mask.  He then forced a female employee to the back of the restaurant where the safe is located. In an encounter with a second employee, Alexander Cavanah, 22, state police say Lampley fired his weapon, fatally shooting the man.
    Cavanah, was rushed to UPMC Hamot Trauma Center, where he later died of his injuries. - (Black-on-white)

        (black) Pair charged in robbery that led to shooting of (White) Birmingham police officer
    black suspectblack suspect Robbery charges have been filed against a teen and his adult friend in a Sunday-morning robbery that led to a Birmingham police officer being shot.

    Christopher Leon Burke, 25, and Jahmari Leshaun Wright, 16, are charged with two counts each of first-degree robbery. Birmingham police obtained the warrants against the pair on Tuesday. Burke was booked into the Jefferson County Jail at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday. His bonds total $500,000.
    Wright, a student at Parker High School, on Monday was charged with attempted murder and shooting into an unoccupied vehicle. Authorities have not released Wright’s mugshot because of his age. 

    Court records do no show any prior arrests for Burke or Wright. They were taken into custody in Ensley within hours of the robbery and shooting. The Birmingham Police Department’s Crime Reduction Team captured the pair after the robbery victims helped track their stolen cell phones to the parking lot of the Winn Dixie on Bessemer Road in Ensley.

    The suspects were in a security company vehicle and Burke was wearing a security guard uniform at the time of the arrests. Court records do not show any previous arrests of either suspects. Authorities said Jahmari Leshaun Wright, 16 is believed to be the shooter.

    The ordeal began at 9:22 a.m. Birmingham police narcotics Det. John Finke was working an extra job at the Woodlawn campus of Church of the Highlands. The officer, who was in uniform but not wearing a protective vest, spotted a robbery in progress of two people reportedly heading to church. He confronted the suspects and a shootout erupted. Authorities said roughly 20 rounds were fired.

    Finke was struck twice in the abdomen area. He was critically injured and rushed to UAB Hospital’s Trauma Center where he underwent surgery. He has since undergone several surgeries but is recovering. FOP President Lt. Richard Haluska said Finke has been able to sit in a recliner for periods of time. - (Black-on-white)

        (White female) Mississippi postal worker dies a week after being shot (by worthless demonic black man) while delivering mail
    black suspectA Mississippi postal worker who was shot while delivering mail last week has died.

    Sherry Ingold died at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson on Friday night, Postal Inspector Tony Robinson said.

    Ingold was shot on Mississippi Highway 35 in Attala County on Jan. 16. The suspected was then shot by law enforcement.

    Ronald Dampeer, 28, has been arrested in the case, U.S. Postal Inspector Tony Robinson told WTVA. Dampeer is also accused of trying to kidnap a woman earlier on Jan. 16  from the Sunflower Grocery Store near Kosciusko. That woman got awayDampeer then encountered Ingold along Mississippi Highway 35, where the sheriff said she was shot. It's unclear where law enforcement shot Dampeer He was also taken to UMMC in Jackson for treatment.

    Updates about Ingold's condition and supportive messages were shared in a group on Facebook called Sherry's Fight. On Friday night, the group shared news of the postal worker's death. In a Facebook post, her daughter, Kristy Ingold, wrote, "Mama I hope you're dancing in the sky, I hope you’re singing in the angels choir, I hope the angels know what they have, I bet it’s so nice up in heaven since you arrived." Sherry Ingold was described in other social media posts as someone who "loves to laugh" with a "contagious smile" and beautiful personality." The local community rallied around Ingold by hosting prayer vigils, dressing in purple and placing purple bows along her mail route. According to posts in Sherry's Fight, Ingold had suffered a brain injury.

    - (Black-on-white)

        (White) Woman sues Lyft and the (black) driver she says raped her in St. Louis
    black suspect ST. LOUIS — A nurse who says she was raped last year by a Lyft driver in a St. Louis alley has filed a lawsuit in St. Louis Circuit Court against the company and the driver.

    The 30-year-old woman is referenced in court papers only as Jane Doe, but Cristen Giangarra held a news conference Thursday saying she wanted to speak publicly about the ordeal.

    Giangarra, her lips quivering at times, recounted how on that June night she had several drinks, chose not to drive and contacted Lyft in a decision that “forever altered” her life. “I harbor no shame in my actions,” she said. “I acted responsibly by not drinking and driving. I chose to use the app designed to safely transport passengers, and ultimately I was punished for this decision.”  She is a registered nurse who lived in St. Louis at the time. She has since moved away, her attorney said.

    The driver, who has been charged with first-degree rape and kidnapping, is Larry Donnell Ward, 53, of the 3300 block of Bay Tree Drive in St. Peters. According to charges filed by St. Louis prosecutors on Dec. 5, Ward picked up a woman on June 22 in the 1000 block of Clark Avenue, turned off his ride-share location software and pulled into an alley. He then raped the woman while she was intoxicated, charges allege. The suit contends that San Francisco-based Lyft failed to either conduct adequate background checks on Ward or failed to reject him as a driver.

    Gallagher said his firm’s research uncovered a criminal record for Ward dating back to the 1980s including a sexual assault case from 2002 that did not result in a conviction. Other cases include theft and drug charges in the Chicago area, he said. “When Cristen got in the vehicle that night, she had no idea that Lyft had actually sent a predator to pick her up and take her home,” Gallagher said. - (Black-on-white)

        State Police Identify (White) Wendy's Worker Shot, Killed (by Black) During Robbery
    black suspectblack suspectPennsylvania State Police have identified the worker killed in a shooting during a robbery at the Wendy's near Edinboro Saturday.
    Alexander Cavanah, 22, of Edinboro, died after being taken to UPMC Hamot.

    Markese D. Lampley, 20, of Erie, has been charged with first and second degree murder, robbery, and fleeing and attempting to elude police. He also faces additional criminal charges and vehicle violations.
    Investigators said Lampley, who was earlier identified as a man wearing black clothes and a ski mask, came into the store and forced a female employee to the back of the restaurant where the vault is located. During that time, Lampley shot Cavanah.

    Lampley fled on a black and red Kawasaki motorcycle, which has since been seized as evidence, according to investigators. State Police attempted to stop a black BMW, which troopers said was driven by Lampley, on Zuck Rd. in Millcreek Township shortly after 5 p.m. Lampley only stopped briefly for a passenger to get out of the vehicle, but he took off, troopers said. The person who got out was taken into custody at gunpoint. The pursuit continued onto Interstate 90 west, and troopers set up tire deflation devices at mile marker 12. State Police said it punctured one of the tires and safely ended the pursuit. At that time, troopers identified the driver as Lampley, who had several outstanding warrants and was already a person of interest in the robbery turned homicide investigation, according to State Police.

    - (Black-on-white)

        Coroner Identifies (White dealer) Killed in Shooting Following Drug Deal Gone "Negro" - (white girl had bag of weed near 'groin')
    Erie Police are still looking for two men and have charged two others in connection to the fatal shooting. The coroner has identified the man killed in Sunday's shooting following what investigators said was a drug deal gone wrong.

    Devin Way, 26, died from multiple gunshot wounds to the abdomen. His death has been ruled as a homicide following an autopsy Tuesday. Erie Police are still looking for two men and have charged two others in connection to the fatal shooting.

    Michael J. Toles, 22, and his girlfriend Melissa A. Seaman, 19, face charges for homicide and conspiracy to commit robbery.

    Both were arraigned Monday morning and taken to the Erie County Prison. Police were called to Southgate Dr. and Usonia Ave. for a shooting just before 3 p.m. Sunday.
    At the scene, officers found Way unresponsive laying in the snow covered street, according to the criminal complaint. He was taken to UPMC Hamot for treatment but was pronounced dead from his injuries about 45 minutes later.

    Neighbors told police the shooting was associated with a gray Honda, which officers spotted nearby. The vehicle drove away before it finally came to a stop at the Taco Bell on Peach St., investigators said.

    When police approached the vehicle, they discovered Seaman behind the wheel and Toles in the back seat, the criminal complaint said. Toles told officers he had been shot, and officers said they saw blood in the back seat.

    Toles was taken by ambulance to UPMC Hamot for treatment of a gunshot wound to his right arm.

    Two other suspects reportedly tried to carjack a woman's vehicle at a nearby Burger King. Both remain on the loose.

    Seaman was taken into custody. Officers searched her and found a large bag containing suspected marijuana inside her pants near her groin.

    Toles told police he, Seaman and two other men went to buy marijuana and rob Way, the alleged seller.
    Way got in the vehicle and produced two bags of marijuana, which were passed around for inspection. A man who was sitting in the back seat of the vehicle with Way and Toles took out a gun, and a struggle ensued, police said. Toles told investigators he and Way were both shot, and Way fell out the vehicle.

    (The defiled white girl) Seaman told investigators she recently met Way on social media. They started communicating with one another, and she admitted to contacting him to buy marijuana.

    Erie News Now has learned Way worked for Erie Coke, which started shutting down operations and laid off workers in December.

    - (Black-on-white)

    Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks
    Dangers of interracial dating
    Hook up with a black man - he is going to commit a crime and you are going to get arrested with him.

        (White) Forest Park paramedic stabbed at Macon gas station by three trouble-making worthless blacks
    black suspects FOREST PARK—A Forest Park Fire and Emergency Services firefighter paramedic was hospitalized after he was stabbed at a Macon Circle K Monday.

    Firefighter Paramedic Alex Mims, 34, was in stable condition after having been moved out of ICU, Chief Eddie Buckholts said Tuesday during a discussion of why city firefighters carry weapons. As of Wednesday afternoon, according to the Bibb County Sheriff's Office, Mims had been released.
    According to WGXA-TV in Macon, Mims reportedly tried to intervene when three customers in a Circle K at 2580 Riverside Dr., Circle K gas station got rowdy around 7:34 p.m.

    At the time, his wife Cassidy said, Mims was in line with chocolate milk and snacks for their kids while the trio allegedly harassed the clerk and other customers.

    According to the Bibb County Sheriff's Office, Mims said he was standing behind a man who then cleared his throat. The suspects allegedly turned on Mims, yelled at him, paid for their items, then approached Mims and cursed him out. Mims and two suspects began a physical fight that moved out of the store, where Mims "went to his truck and got his rifle." That's when the fight ended, according to the report. Mims told deputies he was "just trying to scare the two people he was fighting."

    During the fight, Mims was stabbed in the abdomen, lacerating his liver. However, he didn't realize he'd been seriously wounded. His wife said he helped clean up the store and drove home. When he arrived, she said, he was "covered in blood." She lifted up his sweater, saw the stab wound, and drove him to the emergency room at Coliseum Northside Hpspital while calling the sheriff's department.
    - (Black-on-white)

        (black) Florida inmate caught on camera punching (White) deputy in the face multiple times, faces further charges
    black suspectA Florida inmate whose brutal assault on a deputy inside a jail on Tuesday was caught on camera will face further charges, and a sheriff vowed the "violent" man would be "prosecuted to the fullest extent."

    Michler Gabriel, 38, was being escorted by a detention deputy at the Orient Road Jail in Tampa at around 11:15 a.m. when he refused to back away from a jail pod door as it was being opened, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office said.
    The video, released by the sheriff’s office on Wednesday, shows the deputy trying to get Gabriel to step back from the door. As he points to where Gabriel should stand, the inmate punches the deputy in the face multiple times, knocking the deputy against a wall.

    A second deputy is seen bolting through the door and helping the first deputy restrain Gabriel. Several other deputies arrived at the scene as Gabriel was restrained and taken away. - (Black-on-white)

        'A true hero' | Newport News police mourn, honor (White female) officer killed after being dragged by car driven by black druggie
    black suspectPolice said Officer Katie Thyne leaves behind a partner, a 2-year-old daughter, a mother, and other family members.
    NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — A Newport News police officer died in the line of duty after a car dragged her down a street during a traffic stop Thursday.

    Police it happened shortly before 7 p.m. in the 1400 block of 16th Street. Two officers stopped a car and approached it. At some point, the driver stepped on the accelerator, and the car took off.  One of the officers, 24-year-old Katie Thyne, was caught in the driver's side door when the driver took off. She was dragged about a block until the car crashed into a tree.
    She was pinned between the door and the tree. Thyne died at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital from her injuries.

    Police took the driver and a passenger into custody after the crash. The driver Vernon Green II was charged with Homicide, Possession of Marijuana, and Disregard/Elude Law Enforcement. The passenger, 38-year-old Ivy Runnels, was charged with Possession of Marijuana.
    - (Black-on-white)

        (African-American, colored, black, Negro) Accused drug dealer indicted in fentanyl-laced cocaine death of N.J. college student
    black suspectAn accused New Jersey drug dealer has been indicted on charges he sold fentanyl-laced cocaine that caused a 21-year-old college student to die of an overdose.

    Terrance D. Walker, 37, of the Browns Mills section of Pemberton Township, was indicted by a grand jury sitting in Burlington County on charges of strict liability for a drug-induced death and five counts of possessing or distributing drugs, the prosecutor’s office said Wednesday.

    Tessa C. McCullough overdosed in her Pemberton Township home and died at a Mount Holly hospital May 16, authorities said. An autopsy concluded her death was due to fentanyl toxicity, officials said. Walker was later arrested at a Maple Shade motel.
      - (Black-on-white)

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

        Terrifying moment young (White) woman is robbed at gunpoint by (black man and thrown to the ground in violent robbery
    at her front door is caught on Ring doorbell camera

    black suspectThis is the terrifying moment a woman is mugged at gunpoint and violently thrown to the ground as she approaches the front door of her apartment.  

    The incident was captured on a Ring doorbell camera on Tuesday morning around 12.30am and shows the woman being thrown to the ground screaming.

    Footage of the violent attack reveals how the assailant jumped on the Oakland, California resident from behind as she ran home in the darkness with her handbag swinging.
    - (Black-on-white)

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        Three Media Sources, and NONE Tells the Truth about a Black-on-White Hate Crime,
    but the Truth Can be Gleaned from Between the Lines By Nicholas Stix

    If three white kids had gone hunting a random black, this would be the biggest story in the world for over a year.
    As is, it’s just another “dog bites man story” and not even worth mentioning. - (Black-on-white)


        Black on White Rapes:
    There are 20,000 black-on-white rapes every year in the US, but fewer than 100 white-on-black rapes.
    George Williams Jr.Editor note: that works out to about 54 black on white rapes per day according to available statistics from 1999.
    New Nation News can only report a few of these confirmed black on white rapes from local news sites.


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