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  ARCHIVE for 21 December 2013

    Volunteer firefighter dies after taken off life support
Marco KauffmanMichael Teasley (left) and Jaylend Turner (center). Police are still searching for Khari McClelland (right). Tramel Devon HartROWAN COUNTY, N.C. -- Family members of Marco Kauffman decided to take him off life support after he was shot in the head earlier this month. Kauffman died Friday afternoon. The family made the announcement on their 'Praying for Marco' Facebook page: They said, "Marcus burst into heaven at 12:52 p.m. Our loss is so painful, but we know this was gain for Marcus. Kauffman was shot during a burglary attempt in front of his home on Chenault Road in Cleveland County. He and his pregnant wife were returning home after spending the Thanksgiving holiday with both in-laws. Authorities have arrested four men in connection with the shooting. Following Kauffman’s death on Friday, the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office upgraded the charges for two of the suspects. Khari McClelland, 23, and Jaylend Turner, 29, will now be charged with first-degree murder. - (Black-on-white)


Four taken into custody in fatal Short Hills mall carjacking in New Jersey
Basim Henry, 32, (left) and 31-year-old Karif FordKevin Roberts, 33 (left) and 29-year-old Hanif ThompsonFour people are in custody six days after the senseless carjack killing of 30-year-old Dustin Friedland, a lawyer who was shot in the parking lot of an upscale New Jersey mall in front of his horrified wife, authorities said early Saturday. The names of the four suspects who have been arrested are: Hanif Thompson, 29; Karif Ford, 31; Basim Henry, 32; Kevin Roberts, 33. All four were hit with a slew of charges, including murder, carjacking and conspiracy, authorities say.

    Person of interest in missing woman case back in jail
Lynda Meier (left) and Antwan KennedyDallas KingHALLANDALE BEACH, Fla. - One of the main persons of interest in the disappearance of 40-year-old Lynda Meier is back behind bars in Pennsylvania. Antwan Kennedy is in custody in Union County on a violation of probation charge. He was arrested in South Florida last month and extradited. Detectives in Hallandale Beach, where Meier lived, hope it persuades anyone with new information to come forward. Meier hasn't been seen since leaving her apartment at 5:17 a.m. on June 4, 2010. Kennedy, 30, is considered a person of interest in her disappearance. Kennedy and Meier were acquaintances. Dallas King, another person of interest and apparent friend of Kennedy's, had Meier's credit cards and debit card after she vanished. Police say he and Kennedy had several conversations before and after Meier's disappearance. King has since been sentenced to life in prison for an unrelated crime. - (Black-on-white)

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    Arlington Man Who Burned Girlfriend Sentenced To Life
Antonio Hales JrFORT WORTH – A 23-year-old Arlington man has been sentenced to life in prison for lighting his longtime girlfriend on fire. A jury sentenced Antonio Hales Jr. after convicting him last week of attempted capital murder. Prosecutors said Hales was on probation for drug convictions when he got into a fight with his girlfriend outside his drug supplier’s apartment. He doused her with gasoline inside their car, choked her and tossed a match in the vehicle lighting both her and the car on fire. She suffered burns on 40 percent of her body. Jurors heard of a long history of domestic abuse prior to the final confrontation. The girlfriend spent nearly a month at the Parkland Hospital burn unit and several more months at Zale Lipshy University Hospital in Dallas. She has undergone numerous surgeries and will continue to need medical care throughout life to cope with the scar tissue caused by her burns. - (Burned Alive!)

    State police on the hunt for violent sex offender who is armed and dangerous
Melvin Leon WallaceVirginia Beach, Va. – State police need your help to find a 56-year-old man who they say is an armed and dangerous sex offender. They are looking for Melvin Leon Wallace who is now wanted on two felony counts for knowingly failing to re-register with the Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry. They say Wallace’s last known address was in the 500 block of Sterling Court in Virginia Beach. Police believe he is now driving around the Norfolk and Virginia Beach areas in a 1986 primer gray Nissan or Toyota model pick-up truck. They say the truck has a North Carolina registration with a partial NC tag of “X6X___.” They say Wallace is traveling with two pit bulls.

    2 brothers jailed for sexual assault in Parkton
Alfonso Luis ChaconShawn Pierre ChaconROBESON COUNTY, NC - Four sexual assault cases have been reported in a small town within seven days. The Robeson County Sheriff's Office have now arrested two men in these cases, and are continuing to investigate. One of those attacks happened on Lariat Court, the victim a 17-year-old girl. 31-year-old Alfonso Luis Chacon was arrested in connection to one of the assaults while the others remain under investigation. Alfonso Chacon is charged with first-degree rape, robbery with a dangerous weapon, first-degree kidnapping, second-degree sexual offense, assault on a female, and felony conspiracy. On December 19, the Robeson County Major Crimes Division arrested 27-year-old Shawn Pierre Chacon in connection to these crimes. Shawn Chacon, who sheriff's officials confirmed is Alfonso's brother, was charged with: first-degree kidnapping, first-degree rape, robbery with a dangerous weapon, assault with a deadly weapon - serious injury, larceny of motor vehicle, first-degree sexual offense, felony conspiracy, and second-degree sexual offense.

    New charges against serial rape suspect
Robert GreenCLEVELAND, OH - Multiple charges have been filed against a suspected serial rapist, and there could be even more. The charges were filed against Robert Green. Court papers show Green is tied to six attacks. And, we've learned of plans to file charges for a seventh. That's a total of seven rapes. Now, investigators wonder, could there be more? Police say for years, it went like this: A predator driving the streets, usually Cleveland's Northeast side, kidnapping women at gunpoint then raping them, and getting away with it. Now, Green's past is catching up with him. Investigators used DNA and they say they've tied Green to seven sexual assaults dating back to 1993. How'd he hide on your streets for so long? Investigators did not have his DNA in a database. We've learned in the past, he'd been arrested for sexual assaults in California, but was cleared. Police also arrested him on a gun charge. But, that was before police started routinely taking DNA samples. Cleveland Police investigators used old fashioned detective work to come up with Green as a suspect in a few cases. And now, the total is seven. Green now 68-years-old. His health is failing. He's fighting the charges. But, the push for justice for those old crimes is still building.

    Franklinton neighborhood shocked by alleged one-man crime spree
Christopher DillonFRANKLINTON -- Christopher Dillon tried to rob his neighbor for cash, then shot him in the arm. That man is still recovering in a New Orleans hospital. Dillon was pulled from the burning home and arrested, but once the fire was out, the body of his mother, 44-year-old Robin Dillon, was discovered. The coroner's office says she died from a single gunshot wound. Franklinton Police say they had been called to the home several times for domestic issues between the mother and son. Both the officer and neighbor shot are expected to recover. Dillion is in the Washington Parish Jail facing two counts of attempted first degree murder of a police officer, attempted first degree murder, armed robbery and aggravated arson. State police say other charges are pending, including a possible murder charge. No bond has been set.
  • Police: Man shoots man, police officer, sets mobile home on fire; Dead mother inside
    FRANKLINTON, La. —Louisiana State Police say a man shot another man before shooting a police officer and setting his mobile home on fire with a dead woman inside. Early Friday morning, Franklinton police responded to armed robbery where Christopher Dillon, 20, shot another man before fleeing to his mobile home. When police arrived at the mobile home, they say Dillon barricaded himself inside and started to fire at officers from inside the home, striking an officer in the arm and his bullet-proof vest. The officer's injuries are non-life threatening, according to police. Dillon then set his mobile home on fire and surrendered to police, they say. When police entered the mobile home, they say they found Dillon's mother dead inside.

    Man accused of stabbing stepson to death in Loveland apartment
John Frank CainionLOVELAND, Ohio —One man is dead after a stabbing in Loveland and his stepfather is accused of the attack. Police said the stabbing happened at the Chapelwood Apartments Thursday. Police identified the victim as Cody Sullivan, 26. Investigators believe Sullivan died from a single stab wound to the chest. He was taken to Bethesda North Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Sullivan's stepfather John Frank Cainion, 50, was arrested in connection to the stabbing, police said. Cainion was arraigned on $500,000 bond. He claimed the stabbing happened in self defense.

    Decades in prison for Plymouth killers; Plea in Wilkes-Barre slay
Shawn James HamiltonSawud DavisIt was all just part of the game. That was the message Shawn James Hamilton had in court Friday when he and his brother, Sawud Davis, pleaded guilty to murdering three people in cold blood at a Plymouth apartment in July 2012. Hamilton also admitted to murdering a man in Wilkes-Barre the day before the Plymouth massacre. “We got caught up into the drug game,” Hamilton said in court. “I’m not a monster. ... I felt like I was being played with and I did what I had to do. “I’m not going to say I’m sorry because you can’t just say ‘I’m sorry’ for killing someone.”

    Corrections officer arrested for sexually abusing minor
Nicolas Sheldon BrownRICHLAND COUNTY, SC - A South Carolina Department of Corrections officer has been arrested and charged with criminal sexual conduct with a minor. 34-year-old Nicolas Sheldon Brown was arrested and charged after investigators determined that he was sexually abusing a young girl since 2009. The abuse began when the alleged victim was 10 years old and continued until this year. Brown has been with the department for eight years He is on administrative suspension without pay.

    Police Say Tulsa Man Sexually Assaulted Woman, Put Her In Trunk Of Car
James ParteeA Tulsa man was arrested after police say he raped a woman and drove around with her in the trunk of a car. James Partee, 47, is in Tulsa County Jail on a $157,000 bond. Tulsa police were called to a home just after midnight by a woman who said her live-in boyfriend held a knife to her throat and sexually assaulted her. She said Partee then wrapped her in a blanket, placed her in the trunk of her car and drove around. When police spoke to Partee, who is a convicted felon, they say he had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath and was unsteady on his feet. He was booked on complaints of rape by force or fear, kidnapping, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, assault with a deadly weapon and driving under the influence.

    Nashane Peterkin admits Valley Stream sex attacks
Nashane PeterkinA Queens teenager whom police dubbed a "serial sexual predator" pleaded guilty Thursday to two Valley Stream sex attacks. Nassau County Judge Angelo Delligatti said he planned to sentence Nashane Peterkin to 20 years in prison at a February hearing. Peterkin, 17, of Springfield Gardens, pleaded guilty to charges that included first-degree rape, committing a criminal sex act, strangulation and assault. A psychologist had diagnosed Peterkin with sexual sadism disorder...

    Wilmington man facing human trafficking charges
Randolph Johnson SpainWILMINGTON, NC – A Wilmington man is facing human trafficking charges after befriending young girls and forcing them to have sex for money. Randolph Johnson Spain, 24, is accused of human trafficking charges that stretch up and down the east coast. He is known to earn the trust of young women, taking them out of the state, and force them into prostitution. Spain is currently in the New Hanover County Jail under a $1.2 million bond. A spokeswoman with the Wilmington Police Department said the case started out as a domestic violence case and developed into something a lot bigger. Spain is charged with: Sexual servitude of a minor, Promotion of prostitution of a minor...(more)

    Woman sentenced to life in ’09 robbery and killing of SF man
Benjamin Peterson Merrill WHY NO MUGSHOT?MARTINEZ, Calif. — A Pittsburg woman who shot and killed a 22-year-old San Francisco man after robbing him of his iPhone and cash in 2009 will spend the rest of her life in prison, a Contra Costa County Superior Court judge ruled Friday. Kiarra Price, 24, was sentenced during an emotional hearing in a Martinez courtroom packed with her relatives and some two-dozen family members of Benjamin Merrill, the young man she was convicted of killing. Her accomplice and former girlfriend, 24-year-old Teareney Brown, was sentenced during the same hearing today to 14 years and eight months in prison after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter, kidnapping and second-degree robbery. Merrill, a Washington state native living in San Francisco, had been stood up by a date and was walking through San Francisco's Mission District around 1:30 a.m. on Nov. 3, 2009, when Price and Brown, then 20, pulled up in a car, asked for directions and began chatting with him. Intoxicated, Merrill accepted their offer to party with them and got into their car, according to police and prosecutors. But instead of heading back to the home he shared with roommates, Merrill ended up in Pittsburg, where Price and Brown stopped to pick up a friend, then-21-year-old Kendra Fells, who brought a gun. A short time later, they all drove to a park near the Pittsburg marina where the women robbed Merrill of his iPhone and pocket cash. For unknown reasons, Price shot Merrill, fatally wounding him, and the three women fled the scene. - (Black-on-white)
  • Women sentenced for San Francisco man's 2009 murder and robbery in Pittsburg
  • Another white Eloi falls into the maw
    A young white man, Benjamin Merrill, from a small, mostly white town in Washington State, was murdered on November 2nd in San Francisco by three young black women. Two women started talking with him on the street. He apparently got in their car and went to a house to pick up a third woman. They then drove to a park where they robbed and shot him dead. Since this young man’s home town, Belfair, is near where I live, I can tell you that the thought of three women preying upon a man is likely outside the realm of anything he could have conceived of. There are essentially no blacks in Belfair, so I don’t know what he might have thought about black women. The three women charged are: Kiarra Price, Teareney Brown and Kendra Fells. You can try, try in vain to find an article that includes pictures of the victim and any of the alleged killers in the same article.
  • Benjamin Peterson Merrill - November 15, 2009
  • Their friend, Kendra Fells, 25, is serving a 15-year sentence under a plea deal that requires her to testify for the prosecution.
Offender ID/CDCR#: CC09BN573 Date of Birth: 03/29/1989 Age: 24 Race: African American Gender: Female
Offender ID/CDCR#: CC09BN817 Date of Birth: 09/09/1989 Age: 24 Race: African American Gender: Female

  • Illegal Mexican Alien Arrested And Charged With Making Fake Green Cards
    CAMDEN, NJ – A Camden man has been charged with making fake green cards. Authorities in Camden say Domingo Luna, a/k/a “Morro,” 33, was arrested by special agents of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on Dec. 12, 2013 after it came to their attention that he was producing and selling false U.S. Social Security cards, permanent residence cards and driver’s licenses from a location in Camden. “Morro,” a Mexican citizen who is not in the country legally, also reportedly sold undercover officers two fake social security cards, a fraudulent permanent residence card and a Pa. driver’s license. Police later found evidence in his home that suggested a sophisticated fraudulent document-making operation, including computer equipment, a digital camera, a laminating machine and at least 25 fake cards. Luna has been charged with one count of making fake identification documents and one count of producing counterfeit permanent resident, or “green” cards. If convicted, he faces up 10-15 years in prison. - (Invasion!)

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    (Black) man accused of beating to death his (white) pregnant girlfriend goes to trial - (after faking mental incompentacy)
Olabaku JonesAbby Tucker,OROVILLE, Calif. - A Butte County judge has found the man accused of beating his pregnant girlfriend to death mentally competent to stand trial. Investigators say Olabaku Jones killed his long-time girlfriend Abby Tucker in June in their Oroville home. The prosecution called three psychologists who interviewed Jones within the past two months. It was the results of a psychological test that convinced the judge Thursday morning to send him to trial. The trial will go forward, but a date has not been set. Jones told the court he wants to represent himself. He'll back in court on Dec. 31 to set a date for his trial. - (Black-on-white)

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    Black man suspected of 2nd slaying - Death of woman initially ruled a heart attack
Marcus Antonio RoyalEthalya “Faye” JonesMelis Mull was told her 73-year-old mother died of natural causes in 2011, but as she was cleaning out the Rockledge home, she found her mother’s purse missing and thought to herself something was wrong. She said a lot was on her mind at the time and didn’t immediately report her suspicion to police. Two-and-a-half years later, on Tuesday, the Brevard County Grand Jury indicted Marcus Royal, 34, on murder and other charges in Ann Marie Mull’s 2011 death. Royal, who has spent nearly half his life behind bars, is currently in jail awaiting trial on separate murder charges connected to the killing of 80-year-old Ethalya “Faye” Jones, in March in her Cocoa home. The two victims lived about four miles apart. Marcus Royal told police he choked her until she stopped breathing. - (Black-on-white)
  • Man accused of killing 80-year-old Cocoa woman arrested - Mar 19, 2013
  • Inmate charged in woman's 2011 death
    She was found in her underwear in the home. A responding Rockledge police officer reported there was no trauma to her body, and that there were no signs of a struggle or break-in. "He strangled her. Then he threw her to the floor, stood on her neck, and then he stomped," said Brevard County Medical Examiner Dr. Sajid Qaiser. Two years later, last March, police say Royal went into the Cocoa home of Jones and stabbed her to death as she was getting ready for church.

    Teen convicted in 2009 pharmacy murder shot in face, OKC police say
Jevontai IngramJerome Ersland OKLAHOMA CITY —A teenager convicted of murder in the pharmacy robbery that left a 16-year-old dead is recovering at a local hospital after he was shot in the face, Oklahoma City police confirmed. Officers said that Jevontai Ingram, 19, was shot in the face Tuesday night at the Nottingham Apartments, near Northwest 27th Street and Shields Boulevard. Ingram and Antwun Parker attempted to rob the Reliable Pharmacy in 2009. During the robbery, pharmacist Jerome Ersland shot and killed Parker and is serving a life sentence for the death. Ingram was transported to OU Medical Center, where he is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Police arrested Ingram on several outstanding warrants. - (Black-on-white)
  • Man has no regrets defending Oklahoma City pharmacy - May 27, 2009
    Jerome Ersland was back at work Thursday filling prenoscriptions and hoping that by taking the life of a 16-year-old boy two days earlier, he had saved others. Rubbing an oversized bandage on his left forearm, where he said he was grazed by a robber’s bullet, Ersland related details of what he said was a highly organized hit on the Reliable Discount Pharmacy. "I just regret anybody would get killed,” Ersland said. "But if I wouldn’t have been here, there would have been three people killed — the other pharmacist and the two techs.” He also recalls the angry voices of people who gathered outside the pharmacy Tuesday night, shouting that he was a racist who unnecessarily took a life of the Seeworth Academy charter school student, Antwun Parker. "There were a lot of black people gathered out there yelling and everything at my boss,” Ersland said.
    Ersland said he’s a veteran with disabilities from wounds he received in Operation Desert Storm, wears a cumbersome back brace and just had his latest back surgery six weeks ago. "All of a sudden, they started shooting,” he said. "They were attempting to kill me, but they didn’t know I had a gun. They said, ‘You’re gonna die.’ That’s when one of them shot at me, and that’s when he got my hand.” Ersland said he was thrown against a wall, but managed to go for the semiautomatic in his pocket.
  • In total miscarriage of Justice: Oklahoma City pharmacist Jerome Ersland found guilty of murder in killing of suspect
    The 59-year-old had been hailed as a hero for protecting two fellow employees.

    Raleigh police accuse man of statutory rape of teen
Michael Joel Bullock RALEIGH — A 38-year-old Raleigh man was being held on $3 million bail Friday after police arrested him Thursday night on two counts of statutory rape involving a 15-year-old girl. Michael Joel Bullock also was charged with one count of attempted first-degree rape. Police filed charges after bringing Bullock to detective headquarters, according to an arrest report. An arrest warrant said police believed the incidents happened between July 27 and Aug. 19. The attempted rape charge indicates that force may have been involved.

    Sex Offender Grabs Girl at DVD-Rental Machine: Police
Vincent KerrA registered sex offender is accused of inappropriately touching a girl after she stopped to help him use a DVD-rental machine. The girl and her mother told Gloucester Township Police that the girl was leaving a Walgreens around 1:15 p.m. on Sept. 29 when an older-looking man asked her to show him how to use the Red Box machine outside the store. As the girl helped him out, the man reached over and rubbed her midsection while making a comment. The girl told police that she pulled away, told the man not to touch her and ran to her vehicle in the parking lot. Police began to investigate the incident and eventually identified the suspect as Vincent Kerr, 46, of Blackwood, N.J.

    Black ex-basketballer for Suns arrested in organized retail theft
Richard Dumas Former Suns player Richard Dumas was arrested on suspicion of organized retail theft as part of statewide roundup of people with outstanding warrants. Authorities found 44-year-old Dumas at Dumas and Friends Athletic Association in Litchfield Park and he was taken into custody without incident. Dumas was indicted on suspicion of eight counts of organized retail theft. Operation Grinch Stopper 2 focused on people who held outstanding warrants in connection with various property crimes. Authorities from 27 agencies across the state made 151 arrests. This is the second year Operation Grinch Stopper has been put into effect. Dumas was a rising NBA star as a forward with the Phoenix Suns in the early 1990s before his career came to an early end. After a 1998 cocaine arrest, Dumas tried to revive his basketball career in Croatia as a center but injured his knee. - (Sports)

    Three 'Grinch' felons arrested in theft of children's Christmas gifts from Seminole home
Quinton Chambers, 24, (left), David Smith, 24, (middle) and Shamoule BridgesThree felons were arrested after they stole children's Christmas presents and other valuables from a home in Seminole County. A deputy on patrol saw three men loading large bags into a Ford Explorer parked in the driveway of a home on Westchester Drive. The deputy followed the sport utility vehicle, which refused to pull over and crashed into a brick wall to avoid stop sticks investigators had placed in the road. The driver, David Smith was trapped in the SUV and treated at Orlando Regional Medical Center before being taken to the Seminole County Jail. He was released from prison in June 2012 after serving a nearly five-year sentence for an aggravated assault and armed burglary in Orange County. He is on drug-offender probation out of Dixie County. The other two men, Quinton Chambers, 24, and Shamoule Bridges, 20, ran away but were caught by a sheriff's dog. Deputies found the Christmas gifts, cash, jewelry, a stolen handgun, burglary tools and drugs in the SUV.

    Black cleaning lady accused of stealing thousands of dollars from handicapped person
 Tisa DorseyA Maryland woman has been accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from a mentally handicapped person for whom she worked. Alexandria Police officials Tisa Dorsey was working as a cleaning lady for elderly Alexandria woman when she allegedly stole more than 100 checks and cashed them. Authorities believe that, in total, the 29-year-old Greenbelt resident stole $87,415 from the victim between May of 2012 and August of 2013. Dorsey is the first person to be charged under Virginia's new law that pertains to the financial exploitation of a mentally incapacitated person.





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(Black) Suspects in carjacking of (unarmed White female) teen arrested in wild takedown
Giana Wagenman Corey EllisSt. Petersburg, Florida - Twenty-four hours after a teenager was carjacked at gunpoint, the suspects are arrested after they tried to escape capture. It started on Tuesday evening along the 1800 block of 64th Ave. North when two men carjacked the teenager for her 2013 Hyundai Sonata at gunpoint. "He hit me with the butt of his right under my eye, pick up my phone right after I'd thrown in. Got into my car and drove away," said 17-year-old Giana Wagenman. One Wednesday evening around 6:30 p.m., St. Petersburg police spotted the suspects at a Citgo gas station at 4210 Park Blvd N. The carjacking suspects were seen in Giana's car and there was another vehicle, an Infinity, driven by an associate of the suspects sitting right behind it. When police surrounded the suspects, the drivers of both cars tried to ram their way through by hitting and knocking over a gas pump, and then both cars smashed into police cruisers while trying to get away. St. Petersburg Police Officer Eric Holmes was injured when one of the suspect crashed into his cruiser. He was transported to the hospital to be treated for his injuries. One of the carjacking suspect, 18-year-old Corey Ellis, has been charged with aggravated battery and aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, but not with the carjacking... as of yet. News is not identifying the second suspect because he is underage. Charges are still pending against Mundae Francis, the driver of the Infinity. - (Black-on-white)


    (Black) Attempted rape suspect Anthony Washington ordered to stand trial: (White) Student reveals details of attack
Melissa P.Anthony Jerome Washington JrEL CAJON, Calif. - A man accused of forcing an 18-year-old student into her car at knifepoint in a Grossmont College parking garage must stand trial on a charge of assault with intent to commit rape. The victim was leaning into her car shortly before 11:30 a.m. Oct. 22 at the western El Cajon campus when Anthony Jerome Washington Jr., 26, forced her into the vehicle. The victim, who was only identified as Melissa P., testified about her frightening ordeal in court on Wednesday. "He just kind of pushed me from my shoulders in and told me to get in the car," she said. Roth asked her about the terrifying moments when she came face-to-face with her attacker. When asked if she saw anything in the defendant's hands at the time, she responded, "A knife." When asked if she saw the knife before or after he pushed her, she answered, "I don't remember … as soon as I was like on my back, I saw the knife." Roth alleges that Washington had gone to the college with the specific purpose of "taking sex." "I was hearing voices to do bad things, to girls. To go get um, sex," he said. As the woman struggled to free herself, student Javier Partida was driving by in his car looking for a parking space when he saw what was happening. “Her legs were spread out under him,” he said on the witness stand. “I started honking my horn until I got a reaction.” That reaction was Washington walking away quickly. Partida helped the victim call for police. Deputies assigned to patrol the college then searched the campus, found a man matching the denoscription of the attacker nearby and took Washington into custody. When deputies arrested Washington, he had an 8-inch kitchen knife with a 4-inch blade inside his jacket. After being arrested, Washington allegedly confessed that he had planned to rape the student "and do whatever he had to in order to get his way." - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man Gets 110 Years For 2007 Murder Of (White) Store Clerk
Montago SuggsMelinda “Mindy” MorrellWAUKEGAN, Ill. – “Let me be clear, I intend that you spend the rest of your days in prison,” a Lake County judge said before sentencing a Wisconsin man to 110 years for the murder of a north suburban girl during a 2007 robbery. Montago Suggs convicted of killing 22-year-old Melinda “Mindy” Morrell during a robbery in Waukegan, was sentenced. In late September, a jury convicted Suggs, 29, of first-degree murder for shooting Morrell in the head during a May 21, 2007, robbery at the former Check ’n Go store. In a subsequent one-day bench trial, Suggs was also found guilty of attempted murder and armed robbery for pointing a gun at the head of a clerk and pulling the trigger at Ma & Pa’s Corner Store in Beach Park just five days after Morrell’s murder. Officials said the gun pointed at the clerk was loaded but no round was in the chamber, which likely saved the man’s life. Morrell’s mother, Sheryl Morrell read a statement to the court: “The person I love is gone, the life I have no longer exists, part of me is no more.” She added that her children, grandchildren and family have helped her realize she is still loved and needed. “I was with Mindy when she took her first breath, but he took her last,” Morrell said. “I will never forgive him for that.” - (Black-on-white)


(Unarmed White) Bus passengers fight back against (black) armed robber
Trevonnte BrownSEATTLE - Newly-released surveillance video shows a violent confrontation on a Seattle bus last month. A man was robbing passengers getting robbed at gunpoint - until they decided to fight back and stop the suspect cold. "It's the bus I take home every day," said Chris Briggs. But one evening his commute home became unforgettable. Police say 19-year-old Trevonnte Brown was robbing passengers at gunpoint. Briggs says that's the man who robbed him, just moments after pulling a gun on a woman - and shortly before a scuffle. "Then he came up to me and stuck the gun at me and took my phone," Briggs said. At first Briggs said no. "He jabbed me a little harder and said 'Don't make this any harder than it has to be.'" The video shows the suspect moving farther up the bus and pulling the gun again. That's when passengers had enough. Briggs jumped into the fray as horrified passengers scrambled to get off the bus. "People were kind of committed at that point," he said. They held the Brown down until police arrived and took control of the scene. Briggs doesn't think he and his fellow passengers should be considered heroes. "No it was just kind of one of those things that no one gave any thought to once things started happening," Briggs said. Brown has pleaded not guilty to all charges. - (Black-on-white)

    (300-pound black) former River Oaks Hospital employee gets 15 years in prison for raping patient
John H. Williams JrA former River Oaks Hospital employee who was convicted last month of raping a heroin addict seeking help at the Elmwood facility has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. John H. Williams Jr., 38, also must register as a sex offender for the rest of his life, Judge Scott Schlegel ordered in handing down the sentence. The victim said she was in a medication-induced stupor when she realized Williams, a 300-pound technician, was raping her. Williams was convicted of simple rape and could have faced up to 25 years in prison. The same jury acquitted him of raping another River Oaks patient who also had accused him of rape.

    Butler Co. black man indicted on rape, kidnapping charges
Tyrone LoweMIDDLETOWN, Ohio —A Butler County grand jury has indicted a man seven months after he was arrested.In May, Middletown police went to an apartment in the 3900 block of Roosevelt Avenue for a well-being check. When officers arrived, they said they found a man and woman in an argument. While refusing to leave the apartment, a woman ran outside and, according to police, said she had been held against her will and threatened with a knife. The victim filed a domestic violence charge and officers arrested Tyrone Lowe. On Wednesday, Lowe was indicted on two counts of kidnapping and one count of rape.

    Woman took photo of (black) man masturbating while looking at her
black masterbaterDENVER — Denver police are looking for a man in a photograph taken by a woman who claims he was masturbating while staring at her. The woman was on a light rail train near 25th and Welton station in downtown Denver around 3 p.m. Dec. 10 when she noticed the man, police said. Shen then took out her phone and took a picture of him and gave it to police. The woman got off the train and walked away.

    Seneca Woman Accused Of Locking Child In Storage Buildings, Dog House
Mattie BrooksSENECA, S.C. - Mattie Brooks, of Seneca, is facing child abuse charges after she was arrested on South Walnut Street Thursday morning. Between 1999 and 2009, investigators say Brooks mutilated a girl, connfined her to a doghouse and made her drink unsafe chemicals. During roughly that same time, authorities also say Brooks burned a boy, deprived him of food and water and confined him to a bedroom. Police also say Brooks sexually abused a child in the early 2000s. Some of the offenses described in the report are too graphic to share. Police say they’ve investigated allegations of child abuse for several months after a foster child filed a complaint against Brooks. Brooks is charged with criminal sexual conduct and unlawful conduct toward a child.

    Man shot, girlfriend killed by teen in attempted drug transaction, Terrebonne officials say
Desmond VerdinTERREBONNE PARISH, La. —A man was shot and his girlfriend was killed in an attempted robbery that happened as the two sought to buy illegal drugs from a teen boy. Deputies responded to a report of an unresponsive woman in a parking lot on Highway 56 about 7:30 p.m. Elizabeth Davis, 25, was found in her vehicle dead from a gunshot wound to her chest. Her boyfriend had suffered a gunshot wound to his hand, investigators said, and he was taken to the hospital for treatment. Davis and her boyfriend were attempting to buy illegal drugs from 17-year-old Desmond Verdin when he instead robbed and shot them. Davis' boyfriend drove the two to a business where he could get help.

    Jackson man sentenced in mother's slaying
Marc LewisJACKSON, Miss. —A man convicted of killing his mother was sentenced to life in prison Thursday. Marc Lewis, 23, was convicted of murder last month. Police said Lewis killed his mother, Shermeise Church, in April 2011 at her home in Jackson. Detectives said Lewis shot Church, 38, through the door when she tried to put him out of the house they shared. Church died of a single gunshot wound to the stomach, authorities said. At the time of her death, Church was a student and on the Dean's List at Mississippi College. Students and faculty held a candlelight vigil in her honor.

    (Black) Thief Bites Starbucks Customer in the Face, Police Say
Jamel ChandlerEAST VILLAGE — A teenager pretending to gather signatures for a petition was arrested for swiping a passport and wallet from an East Village Starbucks customer — and then biting the victim in the face when confronted, police said. Jamel Chandler, 18, approached a man in the Astor Place Starbucks at about 7 p.m. on Nov. 29 and asked him to sign a petition, according to police and the Manhattan District Attorney's office. Chandler then placed a clipboard over the victim's wallet, which contained a passport, credit cards and cash, to distract the victim and grab the wallet, police said. When another customer spotted the theft and alerted the victim, the man confronted Chandler outside the store, where a scuffle between the two ended with Chandler biting the victim in the face, drawing blood, police said. - (Drudge link)

    (Black female) teen killer all smiles as judge gives her 20 years
Sahiah "Uzi" Davis A Brooklyn judge delivered a scathing condemnation of violent street culture Wednesday as he sentenced a smiling teenage girl to 20 years to life in prison for a gang slaying. “This isn’t a civil society when your children become murderers,” Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Vincent Del Giudice thundered. “It’s up to the adults in the community to make sure this doesn’t happen. Society is better than that.” Del Giudice sentenced Sahiah “Uzi” Davis, 18, for fatally shooting Nathaniel Walcott, 16, in the back on a Brownsville street in 2011 after he yelled out a rival gang call. Davis, who was convicted, earlier this month, was a member of the Wave Gang, while Walcott rolled with Hood Starz, prosecutors said.

    Arrest in deadly June shooting in West Philadelphia
Joshua RaheemWEST PHILADELPHIA - -- Police have made an arrest in a shooting from early this summer that left one man dead and two others wounded in West Philadelphia. 21-year-old Joshua Raheem from the 5400 block of Baltimore Avenue was arrested Monday after turning himself in to police. Raheem is facing murder and gun charges. It was approximately 7:54 p.m. on June 6, 2013, when officers responded to the report of a shooting in the area of 50th and Thompson Streets. 21-year-old John Carrington from the 4900 block of W Thompson Street was killed in the shooting. In addition, a 15-year-old boy was shot once in the back and a 22-year-old man was shot in both legs. Both victims were hospitalized for treatment of their injuries.



    Suspect attempts to escape twice before going to jail
Ricardo Alwayne SalmonDOTHAN, AL - Dothan Police say a man attempted to escape arrest twice before being taken to jail. Police say 28-year-old Ricardo Alwayne Salmon, was arrested and charged with first degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, second degree assault and escape in the first. Salmon was initially pulled over on a traffic stop. He attempted to escape but was caught, to which a struggle ensued where he used his head to strike one of the officer's. As officers were placing him inside the patrol unit, Salmon attempted to escape for a second time but was immediately caught and transported to the Dothan City Jail. He is being held on a $600,000 bond for all charges.





  • FBI adds Syrian American to 'most wanted terrorist' list
    Ahmad AbousamraA Syrian American with ties to Detroit has been placed on the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists list, the agency announced Thursday. Ahmad Abousamra, 32, was indicted in 2009 in Boston on federal charges that included conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, providing and attempting to provide material support to terrorists and conspiracy to kill in a foreign country. He fled the U.S. three years earlier and is believed to be living in the area of Aleppo, Syria, according to the FBI.

  • New York City: Immigrant population highest in a century
    The report says there were just over 3 million foreign-born residents in 2011, out of a population of 8.2 million. That makes immigrants 37.2 percent of city dwellers. The last time the city had a higher share of immigrants was in 1910, when 41 percent of residents were foreign-born. The largest groups of foreign-born residents are from the Dominican Republic, followed by China and Mexico.

    Carl Philip Herold and his homosexual 'partner', charged with using nine-year-old son to make child porn
Carl Philip HeroldCharles Dunnavant HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - State prosecutors say they are "confident and satisfied" that Carl Philip Herold, accused of holding a child captive, sexually torturing him and producing child pornography of the torture, will show up for trial after a judge here raised Herold's bond to $1 million cash today. The judge issued a similar order Monday raising to $1 million the bond against Charles Dunnavant, identified as Herold's domestic partner and suspected partner in the alleged crimes. Dunnavant faces charges including sexual torture, sodomy, aggravated child abuse and transmitting or exposing a person to a STD, - (Drudge link)

    Man slashes boy's throat, homosexually assaults 2 in Mississippi, sheriff says
James Harold Smith. HANCOCK COUNTY, Miss. —Deputies with the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office in Mississippi was met by an 8-year-old covered in blood. The boy had just escaped from a man who slashed the boy’s throat and allegedly sexually assaulted him. deputies arrived at a home in the 20000 block of Mitchell Road. The 8-year-old boy was found at the scene. Deputies said the caller who notified authorities of the situation said the boy told them that someone had tried to kill him and that his attacker was with another juvenile in a camper nearby. The 8-year-old boy was taken by helicopter to an Alabama hospital where he was listed in critical condition. His condition improved to stable condition there. The man accused in the attack is 41-year-old James Harold Smith. Smith attempted to elude deputies in a vehicle with a 5-year-old boy. However, Smith’s attempt to evade authorities in his vehicle came to a halt when deputies trapped him at the end of a road. , Smith kidnapped the two boys from a home and brought the children to his camper and allegedly sexually assaulted the two.

    Lesbian boss ‘fired me for being straight’
A married, heterosexual gym teacher at a tony Upper West Side private school was fired because his lesbian supervisor disapproved of his “traditional family status,” the canned teacher claims in a new Manhattan lawsuit. Gregory Kenney, 50, taught gym at the Trinity School on W. 91st St. for 16 years before he was let go in June 2012.

    Memphis Pastor Arrested For Sexual Battery
Michael Bryant MEMPHIS, TN – Detectives with the Shelby County Sheriff's Office Sex Crimes unit contacted officers with the Fugitive Apprehension Team Wednesday in reference to 48-year-old Michael Bryant who was wanted on a warrant charge of Sexual Battery by an Authority Figure. The investigation reveals that he had been sexually abusing a 16-year-old female for the past two years. The victim said in the affidavit that she told her mother about the abuse a year ago. The victim said at that point Bryant admitted to the touching, but the case was not turned over to authorities because Pastor Bryant and the mother decided they would "pray that the Lord remove these thoughts from his head." Bryant, who is the Pastor at Hour of Restoration COGIC, was located inside the Delta Express gas station at Hickory Hill and Knight Arnold. He is being held on $1 million bond.

    Pastor accused of criminal sexual conduct out of jail on $60,000 bond
Willie Lee MarvinCOLUMBIA, SC - A Columbia pastor arrested and charged with criminal sexual conduct is out of jail on $60,000 bond. Pastor Willie Lee Marvin, 51, of New Life World Ministries left the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center late Wednesday afternoon. Marvin, who is also charged with producing, promoting, or directing a sexual performance by a child under 18, and voyeurism, appeared in bond court Wednesday morning along with his family and the 15-year-old victim's family. During the hearing, the judge said paperwork indicates Marvin provided a written and recorded confession to all three charges. The victim's parents spoke during the hearing. The parents said Marvin began his relationship with the victim while he worked at Carolina Children's Home, a treatment clinic for behaviorally challenged youth in Columbia. A spokesperson for the clinic said Marvin had only been employed there as a therapeutic counselor since October 21, 2013. He was suspended on December 2 and later fired on December 17 after the allegations surfaced. According to a Columbia Police Department incident report, Marvin sent sexually explicit text messages and an obscene photo to the 15-year-old victim on a cell phone he had provided to her. The victim also told police of one incident of "intimate contact" between the two.

    Suspects Wanted In Motel Death Case
Joshua Trenell and George BadyFirdous MawlawiMEMPHIS, TN - Memphis police need your help to find two men suspected of killing a Mid-South woman. 19-year-old Firdous Mawlawi was found dead at the Super 8 on Macon Cove just after noon on Sunday, December 8th. Surveillance video shows two men entering the motel room with Mawlawi. Those men were identified as Joshua Trenell and George Bady. Bady and Trenell were later seen on video leaving the room without Mawlawi. Her body was found in the room.

    (Black) Man Charged in Jeweler's Row Assault, Robbery (of White man)
Keith RichardsonVideo shows White victimPolice arrested a man in connection to an assault and robbery in the Jeweler’s Row section of the city last November. Keith Richardson, 19, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with attempted murder, carjacking, robbery and other related offenses. On November 17, at 2:45 a.m., police say a 23-year-old man and two of his friends were walking along the 700 block of Sansom Street when Richardson and three other suspects began to follow them. As the victim tried to enter the door of a building, police say one of the suspects punched him in the face, knocking him to the ground. The suspects then allegedly stole his iPhone and then fled west on Sansom Street. They then entered a silver or gray-colored late model Pontiac Grand Prix. Police say an anonymous tip led them to Richardson. While he is now in custody, police say the other three suspects are still on the loose. - (Black-on-white) (see video at link)

    Long Island man arrested in multiple 'knockout' assaults
Darryl Mitchell AMITYVILLE, New York -- A 20-year-old Long Island man is under arrest and is expect to be charged with up to 7 counts of 'knockout' assaults that date back to April of 2013. Darryl Mitchell is expected to be charged in the assaults of residents, at least two of them elderly. Darryl Jones says it came out of nowhere. A single, roundhouse punch to the face that left him stunned. And a gash above his eye that took seven stitches to close. "It I wasn't strong enough, I probably would've passed out," Jones said. He said he was walking home from the grocery store at three in the afternoon when a young man came walking toward him. "He was walking on the sidewalk and I moved out of the way just to step into the street and he stood in front of me holding up his hands and hit me in the face," adds Jones. Darryl Mitchell will be charged with half a dozen assaults that go back as far as April. One victim told police, "He just started to punch me in the face multiple times for no reason. And then the black male started to kick me in my body and head. I blacked out a little and all I heard him saying was get off my block." Investigators say many of the attacks are strikingly-similar to the so-called "Knockout Assaults" in Brooklyn and elsewhere.

    Pastor forgives burglar who stabbed him 37 TIMES after coming face to face with 'attacker' during emotional court hearing
Wesley McLemore Kevin RamsbyA pastor has forgiven a man accused of stabbing him 37 times and leaving him for dead after coming face to face with his alleged attacker in an emotion-charged court room. Kevin Ramsby was savagely attacked by a burglar who broke into his home in Highland Park, Michigan. Doctors thought he stood no chance of surviving his horrific wounds and called his wife to rush to the hospital before it was too late. But, miraculously, the pastor survived and looked his alleged attacker Wesley McLemore in the eye during a preliminary court hearing. McLemore, 41, was arrested in Alabama, four months after the attack and has now been extradited back to Michigan to face trial. - (Black-on-white)

    Suspect Named In Kidnapping And Sexual Assault Case
Parico CoffeyLexington Police have identified a man they believe is a suspect in a reported sexual assault, kidnapping and car theft. Police identified the suspect as Parico Coffey, 21. As of this writing, he had not been captured. On Tuesday around 5:46 a.m., police said they arrived at a home on Bordeux Drive for a complaint of a woman who was in distress knocking on doors asking for help. Police said the woman told them she was sitting in her car in a gas station parking lot at Versailles Road and Alexandria Drive, when two men forced their way in at gunpoint and sexually assaulted her. The woman told investigators she was able to escape her captors and run to a home on Bordeux Drive. Police said the reported victim's stolen car was found around 11:30 a.m. Tuesday in the parking lot of the Gardenside Plaza, not far from the gas station.

    Online classifieds behind series of Parkton rapes
Alfonso ChaconParkton, N.C. — Four women have been raped in the small Robeson County town of Parkton since late November, and authorities say the crimes occurred when the women responded to online classified ads. All of the victims came from neighboring Cumberland County to a mobile home on Lariat Court in response to ads on backpage.com. When they arrived, they were held at gunpoint and forced to drive to a secluded area along nearby Blue Road, where they were assaulted. In addition to the four women who were raped, two other women and two men were kidnapped and assaulted. The incidents occurred between Nov. 28 and Dec. 11. Alphonso Chacon, 31, has been charged with rape, first-degree kidnapping, second-degree sexual offense, felony conspiracy and robbery with a deadly weapon in connection with an alleged Dec. 11 sexual assault of a 17-year-old. He is being held in the Robeson County Detention Center under a $100,000 bond.

    Black Man, 18, Faces Judge In Anaheim, Santa Ana Sexual Assaults
Raymund BoykenSANTA ANA — Arraignment was postponed for an 18-year-old man who faces charges of sexually assaulting two women in separate attacks in Santa Ana and Anaheim. Raymond Boykin was ordered to reappear in court. Boykin was named in a $1 million arrest warrant after a 19-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in a parking structure at the Westfield MainPlace Mall, Boykin had tried to buy a phone at a Verizon store at the MainPlace Mall, but was $20 short, Bertagna said. He left the store and robbed and sexually assaulted the woman in the parking garage at knifepoint, then returned to the store to the buy the phone, he said. Two days later, Boykin sexually assaulted a 42-year-old woman at about 6:15 a.m. in the parking lot of Sa Rang Community Church in Anaheim. The victim broke free and ran across the street to a gas station, where she called police, he said.

  • William & Mary student raped near off-campus apartment complex by black male
    The suspect is described as a 6-foot-2 black male with a dark complexion and facial hair, possibly a beard, who was wearing blue jeans, a gray hooded sweatshirt and a gray skull cap. He is also described as being in his mid 20s and weighing 200-230 pounds.

  • Woman sexually assaulted by black after accepting ride in DC
    WASHINGTON -- Police are looking for a man they say sexually assaulted a woman on Tuesday morning after she accepted a ride from him in Southwest D.C. According to police the assault happened inside a car at 2:45 a.m. Tuesday in the area of the South Capitol and Xenia Streets SW. Police describe the car as a black, for door vehicle, possibly a Hyundai Accent. The man is described as a black male, 5'7", 18 to 23 years old with a slim build and light complexion. Police also say he had shoulder length dreadlocks and was wearing a gray wool coat, blue jeans and white shirt.

    Man arrested after allegedly breaking Burger King register
Clarence Potter NASHVILLE, TN - A man is in jail after allegedly causing a scene inside of a Burger King Tuesday night. Police say Clarence Potter became irate because he said it was taking too long to get his food. Burger King employees say Potter asked for a refund and became enraged when they asked for his receipt, shoving the cash register onto the ground. Police arrested Potter in the Burger King lobby. He was booked in around 10:30 p.m. Potter is facing disorderly conduct and vandalism charges. The register he allegedly destroyed is worth about $2,500.

    Woman Caught On Tape Striking Toddler For Struggling With Alphabet
Rosena Small GARY, Ind. – A northwest Indiana woman arrested after police viewed a video that showed her striking her 3-year-old son and screaming at him as he struggled to say the alphabet is free on bond. Rosena Small, 25, of 1812 W. 5th Ave. in Gary was arrested at her apartment Dec. 11 after her ex-boyfriend posted five videos of the incident on YouTube. She is now free on a $20,000 bond. The videos, obtained by Gary police and the Post-Tribune, show Small using a metal door stopper to smash her son’s toys when he couldn’t repeat the letters she shouted at him.

    Shreveport woman accused of stabbing boyfriend in the neck
Amy WilliamsSHREVEPORT, LA - A Shreveport woman is behind bars after allegedly stabbing her boyfriend on Tuesday afternoon. Shreveport Police patrol officers were called to an apartment complex in the 1900 block of Patzman Street just before 2:30 p.m. and arrived to find 45-year-old Bobby Powell with a stab wound to the neck. Powell was taken University Health by Shreveport Fire Department medics. He is expected to survive. Shreveport Police Violent Crimes investigators were called in, and they say information and evidence gathered at the scene of the crime links 29-year-old Amy Williams to Powell's stabbing. Investigators believe it happened during an argument between the two. Williams was arrested on scene at the home and later taken by officers to the Shreveport City Jail, where she was booked on a single count of aggravated battery.

    Bail set at $750K for woman charged in fatal stabbing of boyfriend
Shardonnae PruittA woman arrested last year for allegedly stabbing a woman at a Chuck E. Cheese is now facing murder charges in the death of her boyfriend during a fight over the weekend, police said. Shardonnae Pruitt, 20, was arrested Sunday evening after she stabbed Kahlin Holloway, 22, in the chest with a butcher knife, police said. Bail was set at $750,000 for Pruitt who was charged with first degree murder. Holloway had kicked in the door of her home around 6 p.m. and was arguing with another person when Pruitt reached from behind and stabbed him. Holloway was pronounced dead at 6:35 p.m. Sunday at Advocate Trinity Hospital. Pruitt had been working at a Chuck E. Cheese's at 5030 S. Kedzie Ave. in September of 2012 when she stabbed a customer after a fight, police said.  The customer was with a 40-year-old man who became angry that Pruitt had taken away his salad plate. He threw his utensils on the floor and demanded to see the manager. Pruitt returned with the manager, and the man asked to make a formal complaint against Pruitt. When the manager stepped away, Pruitt threatened the 40-year-old, pulled out the box cutter and stabbed the woman, police said.

    Laurel Woman Accused Of Murdering Her Husband
Marquita SuttonLAUREL, Md. — Anne Arundel County Police say a woman killed her husband. Around 10:30 a.m. Friday, police were called to a home in the 8300-block of Frostwood Road in Laurel to check on the well-being of its occupants. When they arrived, they found Johnnie Sutton, 38, suffering from multiple stab wounds. Sutton was pronounced dead at the scene. Police have charged his wife, 30-year-old Marquita Berry-Sutton, with second-degree murder. She turned herself into police Saturday

    Woman stabs man for not making breakfast
Rosie Mae StraitSAN ANTONIO - A woman is jailed accused of stabbing a man because he did not make her breakfast. Rosie Mae Strait, 39, is charged with aggravated assault. Police said she stabbed Ishmail Swain, 55, with a screwdriver in the arm and wrist on Monday. Ishmail told police that Strait woke up from a nap angry that her food was not ready.

    Dad accused of assaulting 1-year-old with remote control remains on run
Corbin IngramPITTSBURGH — A father of a 1-year-old girl is on the run after police said he threw a remote control at the girl, causing injuries to her face. According to the criminal complaint, 22-year-old Corbin Ingram used a television remote to assault his daughter. Investigators said the incident happened at the girl’s grandmother’s house in Sheraden earlier this week. The criminal complaint stated that Corbin’s girlfriend witnessed the assault saying, “He picks up the TV remote control and throws it like a baseball at his daughter across the living room, striking her in the nose and mouth.” The complaint goes on to say, “He then picked up his daughter and threw her into the corner of another couch.” The girl had blood on her face and hands.

    DA: Man Tried To Throw Wife Off Highway 92 Bridge, Charged With Attempted Murder
Xavier Jarrell McClintonA Mill Valley man who fell into the Bay on Friday was allegedly trying to throw his wife off of the San Mateo-Hayward Bridge during an argument. Xavier Jarrell McClinton, 47, appeared in court Monday to be arraigned on one felony count each of attempted murder and domestic violence in connection with the bizarre attack, which took place on the bridge at around 2:25 p.m. Friday. McClinton was driving east with his wife of eight years when the couple began to argue. During the argument, McClinton drove his car off the side of the roadway in an apparent attempt to crash it into the Bay. When the car hit a barrier and came to a stop, McClinton grabbed his wife, pulled her out of the vehicle and tried to throw her off the bridge into the water.


    Tyler man sentenced to 80 years in prison for 2012 murder
Marquel Jermon ScottTYLER, TX - An East Texas man was sentenced to 80 years in prison on Wednesday after being found guilty of a 2012 murder. Marquel Jermon Scott, 33, of Tyler, was convicted of murder Tuesday evening in a Smith County courtroom for the fatal shooting of 26-year-old Keeston Fields outside of The Hyena Club in north Tyler.


Illegal immigrant pleads guilty to attempted murder
 Francisco Leon-UrbalexoSanta Monica — An illegal immigrant who stabbed a man waiting for a bus with his girlfriend in Downtown has plead guilty to one count of attempted second-degree murder and was sentenced to nine years in state prison, Santa Monica police said. Upon his release from prison, authorities said Francisco Leon-Urbalexo, 40, of Sonora, Mexico will be released to the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement for deportation. Investigators used DNA evidence to link him to the stabbing, which took place Aug. 13, 2012. Police said the victim, a 19-year-old Los Angeles man, had just left a local restaurant on Santa Monica Boulevard in Downtown with his girlfriend around 6:20 p.m. when he was randomly attacked and stabbed multiple times. The victim, identified by police as Jarred Hill, was hospitalized with moderate injuries. Leon-Urbalexo fled the scene on foot. Leon-Urbalexo was tracked by Santa Monica detectives to Yuma, Ariz., where he was being held by federal authorities for illegal entry into the U.S., and brought back to California through the extradition process in June of 2013 to face criminal charges. - (Invasion!)



  • Former Top NSA Official: “We Are Now In A Police State”
    "The NSA also ships Americans’ most confidential, sensitive information to foreign countries like Israel (and here), the UK and other countries … so they can “unmask” the information and give it back to the NSA … or use it for their own purposes..."

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    Private Attorney Weighed In Death Penalty Case
Lorenzo JenkinsPatrick Sullivan; his wife, Deborah Sullivan; and their daughter, Wendy SullivanNASHVILLE, Tenn. - A Nashville judge is weighing a request to allow a private attorney to handle the death penalty case against Lorenzo Jenkins. The request from the public defender's office comes as the state is pushing to begin executing condemned inmates again. Assistant Public Defender Mike Engle told Criminal Court Judge Randall Wyatt Jr. last week that the Nashville public defender's office lacks the resources to take on another death penalty case, which on average takes 2,000 hours of preparation. Elected Public Defender Dawn Deaner said that her office is underfunded and understaffed and is already involved in two death penalty cases. Jenkins is charged with murder in the 2012 stabbing deaths of Patrick Sullivan; his wife, Deborah Sullivan; and their daughter, Wendy Sullivan. - (Black-on-white)

    3 Guilty in Murder of College Student
Jordan CoynerDevele ReidThree young men have been found guilty of killing a 20-year-old Pennsylvania student. A jury found 17-year-old Jon Lee guilty of third-degree murder, while the judge in the case delivered the same verdict for 19-year-old Brandon Lind, while finding 24-year-old Devele Reid guilty of second-degree murder. Prosecutors say all three are liable in the June 2012 death of Slippery Rock University student Jordan Coyner. They say the defendants went to his Kennedy Township home to steal cash and marijuana. Allegheny County Assistant District Attorney Michael Berquist says Jon Lee hatched the idea of a robbery, Brandon Lind picked the target and Devele Reid pulled the trigger. Lind and Reid chose to have their cases decided by a judge. The three are scheduled to be sentenced March 13. - (Black-on-white)

    Cop killer linked to rape
Kevin RandlemanAndy DunnForensic evidence has linked convicted cop killer Kevin Randleman to a 2005 rape case in Illinois. On May 31, 2005, a 21-year-old woman reported a sexual assault to the Springfield, Ill. police department. She told officers it occurred after a night of drinking with Randleman. “They knew each other to some degree,” Springfield police Lt. Daniel Mounce said. The woman eventually fell asleep, but awoke as Randleman was raping her. Fast-forward to 3 a.m. March 19, 2011. Randleman gunned down Sandusky police Officer Andy Dunn at Hayes Avenue and Tyler Street. Dunn was making a routine stop when Randleman unleashed multiple rounds from his weapon, which pierced Dunn’s bullet-proof vest and killed him. Randleman was sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty to Dunn’s murder in August 2012. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Driver In City Hall Crash That Killed (White) Pedestrian Gets 11 Years After Plea Deal
Johnny JohnsonMatthew HerslBALTIMORE —The man charged with hitting and killing a longtime Baltimore City employee earlier this year in front of City Hall enters a plea in the case and learns his fate. Johnny Johnson entered a guilty plea to vehicular manslaughter in the death of Matthew Hersl back in April. As part of a plea deal, Johnson received a maximum sentence of 11 years in prison for the manslaughter charge and for possession of heroin residue that was found in his car. Johnson was being chased by police going more than 100 mph onto city streets from Interstate 83 when he lost control. The car flipped, struck and killed Hersl, who standing out front of City Hall. - (Black-on-white)



(White) man killed in fiery crash identified as Bay Area EMT - Suspect identified as drunk Primitivo Garcia
Reed WhittakerPrimitivo GarciaLIVERMORE, Calif. — The man killed in the fiery crash in Livermore Thursday morning has been identified as Reed Austin Whittaker, an EMT from Contra Costa County. Whittaker worked with Royal Ambulance of San Leandro and was driving his Jeep Cherokee on Interstate 580 Thursday morning when the driver of a hummer crashed into him from behind. That driver was identified as Primitivo Garcia of Livermore. Garcia and a passenger in the Hummer escaped the crash with minor injuries. Police say Garcia smelled of alcohol after the crash and failed a field sobriety test.


Justice Not Served: Family of Victim Slain by Illegal Immigrant Blasts U.S. ‘Negligence’ for Not Enforcing Own Laws
Santana GaonaJesse Labon BenavidesIt’s been more than two years since Jesse Benavides was gunned down at a family birthday party in Dallas by a man who never should have been on U.S. streets. Santana Gaona had been in jail less than two months earlier for allegedly raping and beating his estranged wife. He was flagged as an illegal immigrant and scheduled for deportation. Despite a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement “detainer” that had been placed on Gaona, requiring him to face a deportation hearing, ICE officials canceled the order and he was released from jail. In 2011, a federal law enforcement officer confirmed that Gaona had been an informant for multiple federal agencies, including the FBI, which was responsible for his release. The official said Gaona showed no signs of being a violent criminal and there was no reason to believe he would have committed murder. Benavides, 33, was trying to stop a fight between Gaona and Gaona’s estranged wife when he was shot in front of his 8-year-old son.



Illegal immigrant kills his cellmate to get free meals and avoid being deported
Michael Patrick McNaughton FLORENCE, Ariz. — A Mexican citizen illegally in the United States killed a prison cellmate in order to remain in custody, the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office said. The Sheriff’s Office said it is recommending that prosecutors charge 43-year-old Roberto Venegas-Fernandez with first-degree murder in the Nov. 16 killing of 55-year-old Michael Patrick McNaughton. Both men were prisoners of the U.S. Marshals Service, which has said they were from the San Diego area and housed at a Corrections Corp. of America prison in Florence pending their transfer to the Bureau of Prisons. The killing occurred during what was initially reported as a fight between the two men. However, Sheriff Paul Babeu said Venegas-Fernandez told investigators that he choked and stomped McNaughton because “he likes it in prison and was afraid of being released, since he has nowhere to go.” Records indicated that Venegas-Fernandez had been deported to Mexico on Jan. 26, 1998.

  • Judge laments wrongly-convicted man ‘a skeleton’ now
    Donald KaganThe former Brooklyn judge who said he wrongfully convicted a man of murder because of his own anti-white bias said Thursday that he felt “terrible” when he saw the condition of the guy in court this week.
  • My reverse racism made me convict white ‘killer’
    Retired Brooklyn Supreme Court Judge Frank Barbaro wants a white man he convicted in 1999 of killing a black man to be freed — claiming Wednesday he based the verdict on his own reverse racism. The 86-year-old former jurist convicted Donald Kagan, now 39, of fatally shooting Wavell Wint, 22, during a struggle over Kagan’s chain outside an East New York movie theater in 1998.

    Guilty plea expected in fatal shooting over $10, a cell phone & sandwich
Joshua ProuteyQuintel Raheem GradyDaniel Edward Henry, Quintel Grady, Jasmine Dottin and Christopher Cromartie Jr. WILMINGTON, NC – The man accused of killing a teen just before Christmas in 2012 is expected to take a plea deal in court Thursday. Quintel Raheem Grady will like plead guilty to his involvement in the death of Joshua Proutey, who was shot in December 2012 while heading to his car after working an event at the Community Arts Center on Second and Orange Streets. Grady and three others were charged in connection with Proutey's death. One of the teens involved said Grady had bought the revolver that killed Proutey hours before the shooting and is also the one who pulled the trigger. District Attorney Ben David said Grady approached Proutey and demanded money. He says Proutey pulled out $10 to hand over, but asked to keep it. According to David, Proutey was ordered back into his car, but froze, so Grady shot him. Prosecutors said they intend to seek the death penalty in this case because of aggravating factors. Authorities say Grady had priors on his record, including under 18 robbery with a weapon, fleeing to allude arrest and possession of a stolen motor vehicle. Charges are still pending against Christopher Cromartie, Daniel Henry and Jasmine Dottin in this case. - (Black-on-white)

    Black man arrested again for robbery after allegedly attacking White crossing guard
Linda FosterDonell JohnsonDonell JohnsonA Memphis man already accused of attacking a popular crossing guard is back in jail. Donell Johnson, 20, is all smiles in his mug shot, but he is facing more time after his second arrest on robbery-related charges. The first time involved popular Richland Elementary crossing guard Linda Foster. Memphis Police say Johnson swiped her purse after Foster put up a fight during an attempted carjacking at an ATM. "He got scared and then he reached over there and got my purse that had my teeth and my hearing aid in it," said Foster. She later identified Johnson in a lineup. But within weeks of a court appearance, police say he was back to his old ways. They say Johnson was caught on surveillance camera at the Stage Road Home Depot. He and an accomplice are accused of trying to rob a female customer at gunpoint in the parking lot before driving away. Johnson was arrested last Friday and charged with that crime. Johnson's rap sheet includes at least eight arrests in Shelby County on charges including robbery and theft. - (Black-on-white)

    Martha Childress: 'I'm lucky to be alive, and I'm lucky to be in this chair.'
Martha ChildressMichael Juan SmithRyan EllisonATLANTA, GA - On Oct. 13, 2013, 18-year-old Martha Childress' life changed forever. As she awaited a taxi to take her back to her dorm room on the campus of the University of South Carolina, Childress was struck by a stray bullet fired from a gun by a man she had never even met. The bullet hit Childress in the ribcage and she immediately collapsed to the ground. She says she remembers everything that happened in the moments after she was hit. "I didn't really know I was shot at first. I just knew I heard a loud bang and I fell and didn't really know what was going on and I couldn't feel my legs," said Childress. "I looked over to my best friend, who was standing next to me, and I just told her, 'I can't feel my legs. I can't move.'" - (Black-on-white)

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