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  ARCHIVE for 25 December 2013

    East Texas black killed in Oklahoma shooting was 'person of interest' in 2007 murder of White woman
Willie BoleyMarianne WilkinsonTYLER, TX - An East Texas man listed as a 'person of interest' in a 2007 murder has been shot and killed by his girlfriend in Oklahoma. Willie Boley was shot and killed by his girlfriend after an argument in Oklahoma City on Sunday. Police said they do not expect to charge her for the shooting. Boley had a criminal past, including an assault on a family member arrest in March 2012 and sentencing December 2013. Boley was named a person of interest in the 2007 murder of Marianne Wilkinson. Wilkinson was shot and killed answering her front door in December 2007. Police believe the killer had the wrong address and opened fire on the wrong house.

    Man convicted of San Francisco 1991 cold case rape-murder
Otis HughesSAN FRANCISCO — A man accused of sexually assaulting and killing a woman in San Francisco's Richmond District more than two decades ago was convicted Monday of murder and rape charges, a district attorney's office spokeswoman said. Otis Hughes, 61, was found guilty by a San Francisco Superior Court jury of killing 38-year-old Karen Wong inside her home in the 400 block of 47th Avenue. Wong's body was found on Feb. 27, 1991, by her boyfriend and brother after they had not heard from her for a couple of days, prosecutors said.

    New Orleans man booked on rape charges, more than 1,300 counts of child porn
Edward BushA New Orleans man arrested last month on several rape and child pornography charges was booked last week on additional charges which included more than 1,300 counts of possession and production of child pornography, court records show. The large number of charges, and their severity, prompted a magistrate judge to set a bond of about $10 million dollars -- a rarely-seen figure. On Dec. 18 police booked Edward Bush, 47, on a slew of charges including aggravated rape, forcible rape, production of pornography involving juveniles, possession of pornography involving juveniles, possession with the intent to distribute pornography, and molestation of a juvenile.

    Man Charged With Raping Woman While She Held Her Baby
Pierre PolkTN - After almost a month on the run, Shelby County deputies caught a man they say is responsible for a heinous and violent crime. Officers believe Pierre Polk beat and then raped a woman as she held her baby in her arms. It happened November 29, but the Fugitive Apprehension Team just caught Polk Monday night hiding in a motel. We talked to the victim’s step-father who is glad Polk is in jail, but doubts even jail will help the man who he calls “twisted.” Deputies say the victim was tortured for 11 hours. “Putting his hands on her, beating her,” said the step-father, who wanted to remain anonymous. Deputies say Polk walked into his ex-girlfriend’s house and when she refused to get back together with him, he kicked her in the head until she blacked out, twice. Polk then reportedly threw her in a cold shower where she woke up and then raped her as she clutched their 3-month-old baby.

    Atlanta police search for man who assaulted woman in SW Atlanta Tuesday
rapistAtlanta police are asking for your help in identifying a sexual assault suspect. Authorities say a man, about 6'2" tall, assaulted a woman in southwest Atlanta Tuesday morning. According to the woman's statement, the man followed her from the West End MARTA station as she was walking westbound. The man eventually attacked the woman and dragged her to the yard of an empty house at 636 Lilian Avenue SW where she was assaulted. Anyone with information on the suspect is being asked to call Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-TIPS (8477).

    Police Release Sketch In Hollywood Sex Assault Investigation
rapistHOLLYWOOD – Hollywood police have released a sketch of a man who reportedly sexually assaulted a 17-year old girl. The girl was walking at 24th Avenue and Jackson Street around 9:44 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 20th when a man approached her, according to police. The man reportedly forced her to get inside his older, dirty light gray or gold minivan. He then drove to an area near the 2700th block of Pierce Street where he sexually assaulted her and then drove off. Police described the teen’s attacker as being about 20 years old, six feet tall and heavyset. He had a short beard, dreads down to his back and was wearing a diamond earring in his right ear.

  • Police: Woman Sexually Assaulted In West Philadelphia
    (no mugshot yet)At 4:50 a.m., police say the 51-year-old victim was taking her trash to the curb when she was confronted by a man and forced back into her home near S. 51st and Catherine Streets. The suspect is described as a black male, 5’10” tall, medium build, wearing a grey sweat suit with a hood, a white hat and white sneakers.

  • Seattle police: Man caught copulating with West Seattle sandwich shop window
    (no mugshot yet)A Seattle man is facing indecent exposure charges following allegations that he was “humping” the window of a West Seattle sandwich shop, to the horror of those inside. King County prosecutors contend Lydell Coleman approached Sub Shop at Westwood Village Shopping Center shortly after closing on Oct. 24. Coleman, 36, is alleged to have dropped his pants and mashed himself against the glass as employees looked on.

    Police surround Mesa apartment after (black) man points gun at boyfriend
Jeremy Lamont BellMESA, Ariz. - Police arrested a man after he allegedly pointed a gun at his roommate early Monday morning. According to Mesa police, Jeremy Lamont Bell was at his apartment when he got into a physical confrontation with one of his roommates. Bell allegedly went to his bedroom, pulled out a gun and pointed it at the roommate he was fighting with. Witnesses tell police that Bell was upset because he thinks his boyfriend, who is another one of his roommates, has been cheating on him. Officers and the Mesa Air Unit surrounded the apartment and Bell was contacted on the phone. After a few minutes, police say Bell gave himself up and complied with officers.

    Hoover police charge teen suspects in CVS robberies as adults
Marcus Tyrone Burks, Jr.Terry Tyrell RushHOOVER, AL - Hoover police have arrested two Indiana teenagers for robbing a CVS pharmacy in Inverness early Monday. The same two teens are also suspected of robbing three other CVS pharmacies in two other cities earlier this week. Marcus Tyrone Burks, Jr., 16, of Indianapolis, Indiana, will be charged as an adult with first degree robbery. Terry Tyrell Rush, 16, also of Indianapolis, Indiana, also faces a first degree robbery charge.

    Suspect with neck tatoos identified in armed robbery of Cedar Grove seafood restaurant
Keountaye MoodyShreveport police have identified one of the suspects in the armed robbery of a local seafood restaurant. A warrant has been issued for 21-year-old Keountaye Moody, charging him with 1 count of armed robbery, after detectives connected him with the holdup at Lil' John's Seafood in the 7700 block of Linwood Avenue just before 8 p.m. Saturday.

    Woman charged with murder after deadly Christmas Eve stabbing
Connie Louise Highsmith GALIVANTS FERRY, SC - A woman has been charged with murder following a deadly Christmas Eve stabbing in Galivants Ferry, according to Lieutenant Robert Kegler with the Horry County Police Department. The Horry County Police Department's Facebook page confirmed 55-year-old Connie Louise Highsmith has been charged with murder. She has been booked into J. Reuben Long Detention Center. According to Sgt. Strickland with Horry County Police someone called 911 around 3:01 p.m. Tuesday to report a stabbing in a home on Methodist Rehobeth Road. When officers arrived at the home they found a man deceased, Sgt. Strickland said.

    Pregnant Woman Arrested For Attacking Boyfriend
Latearra JacksonAccording to the victim, on Monday night the two got into an argument when Jackson struck the victim in the face. The victim then asked Latearra Jackson to get out of his car. As Jackson got out, she grabbed a metal ashtray and hit the victim with it. Jackson also shattered the victim's window with the ashtray. She was arrested and taken to the Alachua County jail. She has since bonded out. Jackson is four months pregnant.

    Newberry woman's estranged 76-year-old husband arrested for her murder
Charles Butler NEWBERRY COUNTY, SC - The 76-year-old husband of a Newberry County woman who was found dead in her home Saturday night has been arrested and charged in her murder. Newberry County Sheriff Lee Foster said Charles Butler was arrested Monday night by the Chambersburg Police Department in Pennsylvania on a warrant for the murder of 72-year-old Andrenna Butler. Butler's body was found with a gunshot wound to the head on the floor of her home on Highway 176. Foster said a friend discovered Butler after numerous unsuccessful attempts to contact her.

    Husband charged with shooting wife, pushing from car on E. 83rd Street and Woodland
Antonio R. HicksCLEVELAND - A man was charged with aggravated murder after police said he shot his wife and pushed her from a car near E. 83rd Street and Woodland early Sunday morning. Antonio R. Hicks was arrested for aggravated murder. According to Cleveland Police, officers were called out around 2:30 a.m. to the area of E. 83rd Street and Woodland Avenue for shots fired. Officers arrived on scene and located at 38-year-old female lying in the street. Upon further investigation, police determined that the victim was a passenger in a vehicle at the time of the shooting. The shooting occurred on E. 83rd Street between Cedar and Woodland avenues with shots fired from outside of the vehicle. The victim was then pushed from the vehicle, along with her purse, and the driver then left the scene.

    Argument leads to sister stabbing brother
Angela HallmonST. LOUIS, MO – An argument between a brother and sister lands the sister in jail and the brother in the hospital. Angela Hallmon, 53, is charged with assault. Police say she stabbed her brother in the chest after an argument at a home on Northland in north St. Louis. Hallmon was arrested at the home. Her brother is hospitalized in critical condition.

    Man shot by woman over alleged money for sex
Dwaynesha WhiteHOLLYWOOD, Fla. - A 22-year-old woman was arrested by police after she was accused of shooting a Miami man after a financial dispute. After 1:30 p.m. Monday, officers responded to the Goodyear tire store on Hollywood Boulevard in reference to a 911 call regarding gunshots. Dwaynesha White, 22, and David Roberts were involved in an altercation at the store when police said White shot Roberts.


  • 4 Norteno gang members.arrested in shooting of California teacher
    FRESNO, Calif. — Police have arrested four teenage boys in the shooting of a Central California high school teacher who fought back during an attempted robbery at the school. Police have said the teens were armed with a handgun and a sawed-off shotgun when they confronted Edison High School teacher Steven Guerrero in a classroom around 7 p.m. Thursday. Guerrero allowed the group to take a computer but then fought back after one of the teens allegedly struck him with a free weight. He was shot in the stomach and leg, Ref: Norteno gang


('Hispanic') Man Arrested In Connection With Sexual Assault Of Paralyzed Woman
Abraham ArroyoSACRAMENTO – A suspect is behind bars, accusing of a brazen sexual assault that left a wheelchair-bound woman unable to defend herself. Police say the man attacked the 62-year-old woman inside her own home. Late at night, Abraham Arroyo allegedly knocked on the victim’s door, pretending to be the maintenance worker.” Wheelchair-bound and paralyzed from the waist down, the 62-year-old victim told Arroyo to come back in the morning. “At which time he forced his way in by breaking a window.” The victim was unable to call 911. “He took her cellphone from her and basically dragged her out of her wheelchair and sexually assaulted her right there in the middle of her apartment.”


Mexican with tattoo on neck arrested for robbery - Immigration and Customs Enforcement puts detainer on him
Martin H. Reyes, Jr.NEWFANE, N.Y. Investigators with the Niagara County Sheriff's Office arrested 23-year-old Martin H. Reyes, Jr. of Olcott Friday afternoon, charging him with robbery and petit larceny. Reyes was arrested in connection to a robbery at The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy in Newfane back on November 11. The Niagara County Sheriff's Office contacted agents at U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and U.S. Border Patrol after further investigation revealed Reyes was a citizen of Mexico. Investigators believe Reyes is in the United States illegally. ICE also placed a detainer on Reyes, meaning he will be taken into federal custody once he is released from local custody.


Sodom, Gomorrah and Salt Lake City - Salt Lake City Mayor Marries Utah Democratic State Senator And "Partner"
Democratic State Senator and Utah Democratic Party Chairman Jim Dabakis married his longtime partner Stephen Justeson in Salt Lake City, officially making him his husband. The city's mayor, Ralph Becker, officiated the ceremony.




    Suspect arrested in brutal mall beating in Charleston, WV
Denzil WeatherspoonRyan LynchUPDATE: According the South Charleston Police Dept., a suspect in a beating that took place in Charleston, WV has been arrested. Denzil Weatherspoon was arrested and charged with malicious wounding. Washington is accused of hitting Ryan Lynch in the head with a hammer while intervening in a fight between Lynch and several juveniles. Police say two other juveniles may be charged in the case. Ryan Lynch is recovering in the hospital following the attack on Thursday night. Lynch said a group of teenagers attacked him with a hammer in front of his kids. He now has a metal plate where his skull was fractured. Lynch said surgeons performed brain surgery to remove bone fragments from his brain. Police said two juveniles have been charged with malicious wounding in the beating. Investigators are still looking for three other teens involved in the attack. Lynch knows his attackers and said they have been causing problems for his family for some time. He said the kids were friends with his son. Lynch is still fearful for his family. He says his attackers are still posting threats on Facebook. - (Black-on-white)

    Man murdered just weeks before his wedding
(no mugshot yet)(no mugshot yet)(no mugshot yet)(no mugshot yet)Jamey SpurlockALBANY, GA - The search is on for four killers who gunned down a man in East Albany. It's apparently a random killing that's left a family heartbroken. The victim, Jamey Spurlock, was getting married the end of January. He and his fiancee picked out her wedding dress Sunday morning, just hours before he was murdered. Carrie Kimbrell and her family will spend Christmas without her fiancee, Jamey Spurlock, after he was shot to death. "He was just an all out good person that didn't deserve to be gunned down in the street for no reason. He didn't deserve that, he didn't deserve it," she said. Albany Police say 35 year-old Spurlock was shot in the chest during an attempted armed robbery on Mobile Avenue Sunday night. And Kimbrell saw it happen.

    Man charged in shooting death of George Webb worker
Delorean BrysonMILWAUKEE — 28-year-old Delorean Bryson of Milwaukee is now charged with first-degree intentional homicide and possession of a firearm by a felon in connection with the death of a restaurant employee. Three other people are also charged in connection with this case. Oliver Kennedy faces a felony charge of harboring or aiding a felon. Joycelyn Long and Schalanda Long are each charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct. The shooting took place at the George Webb Restaurant near Oakland and Locust on Milwaukee’s east side just before 2 a.m. on Friday, December 20th. The victim is 21-year-old “Reggie” Evans.

    Sacramento Negro Accused Of Pimping, Having Sex With Underage Girl
Renford EvansSACRAMENTO — A negro is behind bars, accused of using at least one young girl as a sex slave. Renford Evans, is accused of trafficking a young girl. The self-proclaimed loving father was arrested for allegedly using at least one girl under the age of 16 as a sex slave, cashing in on her innocence. “We have made an arrest with a pimping case,” said Sacramento Police officer Michelle Gigante.

    Macon negro faces years in prison for sex trafficking
Arthur Gerald ReidA pimp known as “Boopy” found with three underage girls at a Macon motel pleaded guilty Monday to a charge of sex trafficking of children. Arthur Gerald Reid, 27, of Macon faces between 10 years and life in prison, according to a statement from U.S. Attorney Michael Moore. The girls’ ages were not disclosed, and it wasn’t clear Monday what happened to them.

    2 teens charged in rape of special needs girl at Metro-East high school
Samuel YoungTwo teenagers face charges after police say a 16-year-old girl was sexually assaulted inside East St. Louis High School. Samuel Young, 18, was charged with two counts of criminal sexual assault. A 16-year-old boy, who has not been identified because of his age, was also charged in juvenile court. According to police, Young acted as a lookout and held a storage closet shut while the juvenile had sex with the victim on Dec. 16. Police say the victim is a special needs student.

    Teen charged in fatal uptown shooting
David Michael Simpson CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Police say a man was shot in a parking lot following a fist fight Saturday night. At about 10 minutes to 11 Saturday night, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police responded to a parking lot in the 400 block of East Trade Street to find a deceased male with a gunshot wound. Police say it appears the victim, 30-year-old Richard Marquis Bonds, was involved in a fist fight, and was then shot by 16-year-old David Michael Simpson.

    Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department arrests suspect in fatal shooting
Gregory Paul JonesCHARLOTTE, NC - A man was shot and killed on Lucky Penny Street around 2:45 a.m. on Saturday morning, officers say. Police say they found Timothy Costella Covington, 52, suffering from a gunshot wound in a parking lot. Medic pronounced Covington dead on the scene. Officers arrested and charged Gregory Paul Jones, 47, with involuntary manslaughter according to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department. Police say Jones went to police headquarters willingly on Saturday to speak with detectives. CMPD says Covington and Jones knew each other. Police are still investigating this incident.

    Darlington County Sheriff's Office located attempted murder suspect
Willy HollomanThe Darlington County Sheriff's Office said in a statement that with the help of the US Marshals, they successfully located and arrested a man wanted in connection to a shooting that occurred Sunday night on Cartersville Highway. Officials arrested Willy Holloman, 36-year-old, on charges of attempted murder. Deputies were called to the 1200 block of Cartersville Highway on Saturday for the incident that sent one man to the hospital suffering from a single gunshot wound. Officials said an argument took place between Holloman and the victim. Holloway then allegedly pulled out a weapon and shot the victim once. Holloman was considered armed and dangerous.

    Stadium cleaner urinates on wall at bar
Santhony ThigpenORCHARD PARK, N.Y. - Police say Santhony Thigpen who works as a cleaner at the Buffalo Bills stadium in Orchard Park went to a bar instead of to work, ordered drinks he didn't have money for, and after his boss came to help get him to leave the bar, the cleaner urinated on a wall.

  • Woman sexually assaulted near Gallaudet University, 2 black suspects sought
    One of the suspects is described as a black male, dark complexion, approximately 5'11" in height, slim to medium build, 27 to 28 years old, clean shaven, unknown hair, big round eyes, black scarf on head, black hoodie, dark pants, and armed with a knife. The second suspect is described as a black male, light complexion, 5'8" to 5'10" in height, 19 to 25 years old, wearing a long sleeve blue or gray thermal shirt, light color pants, silver and black athletic shoes.


"Hispanic or Latino" Man Charged With Trying To Rape Neighbor And Jogger May Have Attacked Other Women
Mario Orlando MontanoSANTA ANA — A man charged with trying to sexually assault his neighbor and attack a woman as she jogged is in custody, and authorities say he may have other victims. Mario Orlando Montano, 55, of Anaheim, was charged with one felony count each of attempted forcible rape, assault with the intent to commit a sexual offense and assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury, and sentencing enhancements for great bodily injury to a sexual assault victim and causing great bodily injury. Prosecutors say Montano knocked on the door of a 42-year-old neighbor on Dec. 9 and was let in by a child before talking with his neighbor and then asking her for sex. When the neighbor, identified as Jane Doe #1, declined, Montano allegedly cornered her in a room, repeatedly told her he wanted sex, tried to put his arm around her and unzipped his pants. The next day, Montano allegedly attacked a 24-year-old woman who was jogging on a trail in a reservoir in Anaheim Hills. After trying to talk to her, prosecutors said Montano tackled the woman, knocked her to the ground and climbed on top of her. When the woman began to scream, Montano allegedly covered her mouth and unzipped his pants. Prosecutors say the woman was able to kick and escape, knocking out a tooth in the struggle.

  • (Citizenship status of suspect is not reported) - Ed.


John Kerry Working with the UN to Stop Execution of Illegal Alien Cop Killer in Texas
Edgar Arias Tamayo John F. KerryHOUSTON - The scheduled execution next month of a Mexican national by the state of Texas threatens to damage relations between the United States and Mexico and complicate the ability of the United States to help Americans detained overseas, Secretary of State John F. Kerry has warned Texas officials. The Mexican, Edgar Arias Tamayo, 46, was convicted of shooting and killing a Houston police officer who was taking him to jail after a robbery in 1994. Tamayo, who was in the nation illegally, was not notified of his right to contact the Mexican Consulate, in violation of an international treaty known as the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations. That violation, an international tribunal’s order for his case to be reviewed and a judge’s recent decision to set Tamayo’s execution for Jan. 22, are now at the center of a controversy that has attracted the attention of the State Department and the Mexican government. - (Invasion!)



Sketch released of Hispanic or Middle Eastern man wanted for abducting, raping woman at Baybrook Mallrapist
Houston police describe the suspect as a Hispanic or Middle Eastern man in his early 20s, about 5 feet 7 inches tall and 180 pounds. Officials said the man has a feminine voice and a gauge earring, about the size of a quarter, in each ear.


Carteret man sentenced to life in prison for felony murder, arson
Harpal SinghHarpal Singh of Carteret was sentenced to life in prison Monday for strangling and robbing a woman before setting fire to her home more than two years ago, Acting Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey said in a news release. The 48-year-old Singh also was ordered to serve 85 percent of the term, or 63 years and nine months, before he becomes eligible for parole. Singh was convicted earlier this year of felony murder, aggravated manslaughter, robbery, aggravated arson and hindering his apprehension in the February 2011 death of 44-year-old Balwinder Kaur of Jansen Avenue in the Avenel section of Woodbridge on Feb. 14, 2011.

    Robert J. Shelby: Obama-appointed judge who made Sodomite-queer-faggot-gay marriage legal in Utah
Robert J. ShelbyU.S. District Judge Robert J. Shelby had been on the bench just six months when he was assigned Kitchen v. Herbert in March. Since Shelby’s decision in the case Friday, which made same-sex marriage legal in Utah, legal observers and regular folks alike want to know more about him. He was nominated to the federal bench by President Barack Obama in November 2011 and was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on Sept. 22, 2012. During the process, Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, described Shelby as "pre-eminently qualified" and predicted he would be "an outstanding judge."



    Police identify (White) mother and daughter found dead Friday in Westfield; (black) person-of-interest photographed
black 'person of interest' Marylyn Erb WESTFIELD, Ind. - A mother and daughter were found dead in their Westfield home Friday evening in what police are calling a double homicide. Now, investigators have a person of interest they need help identifying. Authorities with the Westfield Police Department said they were called just before 5 p.m. Friday after a relative found two female bodies inside their home near 161st Street and Oak Park Court. The two women were identified Saturday morning as Marylyn Erb, 52, and Kelley Erb, 23, a student at Ivy Tech Community College. The Hamilton County Coroner's Office was expected to conduct autopsies on Saturday afternoon. Police said Sunday both women died of blunt-force trauma. Police said the deaths were a result of break-in robbery that took place in the middle of the day sometime Friday.

    Atlantic Beach man sentenced to life in swastika tattoo shooting
Benjamin Lee WashingtonAn Atlantic Beach man has been sentenced to life in prison for a second time after being convicted of a 2006 Mayport murder that followed an argument about the victim’s swastika tattoo and racial comments. Benjamin Lee Washington, 31, was sentenced by Circuit Judge Tatiana Salvador on Friday for the murder of Chad David Henderson, 19. A jury convicted Washington of second-degree murder in October. Henderson was shot and killed during a tattoo party at Mayport Trace apartments. Witnesses said Washington questioned Henderson about a swastika tattoo on his leg and they discussed Henderson’s views that minority races should be bred out. Then Washington shot him in the back. - (Black-on-white)

    Freddie Grant Gets Two 30-Year-Terms for Murder of Gabbiee Swainson
Freddie Grant Columbia, SC - An Elgin man has been sentenced to two 30 year terms for the kidnapping and killing of Gabbiee Swainson, the Columbia teen who was missing for nearly a year. Judge Robert Hood accepted a negotiated plea agreement against Freddie Grant, 53, Wednesday afternoon. The plea set the conditions for how much time Grant will serve: 30 years on the kidnapping charge, and 30 years on the murder charge. They will run concurrently. The arrangement also means that Grant agreed to give up the right to appeal the decision. Grant bound the girl's hands and face, and she eventually suffocated to death. He then buried the girl in a five-foot deep grave a few miles away.

    Conway police arrest man in connection to sexual assault
James FelderCONWAY, SC – The Conway Police Department charged a man with criminal sexual conduct in connection to an alleged sexual assault that occurred on December 20, according to a news statement from the CPD. The reported sexual assault happened in a wooded area near Cottage Lane around 11:30 a.m. James Felder, 44-years-of-age, is charged in connection to the incident. The victim said she was walking through the woods and a man came up to her and sexually assaulted her. Officers located Felder in the area, and the victim positively identified him as the person who assaulted her.

    300 lb tatooed black sought after teen raped at Cleves home
Tony ClayCLEVES, Ohio —Police are looking for a man accused of raping a teenage girl. Officers said Tony Clay strangled, beat and raped the 14-year-old girl at an East Miami River Road home on Thursday. Police said Clay told the girl he would return to kill her. Clay, 43, is 6 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 300 pounds. Police said Clay is known to carry knives and has been previously convicted of assaulting a police officer. Anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 513-352-3040.

    Sex offender arrested in rape at Seattle park
Coty Durand Kelly According to court records, 25-year-old Coty Durand Kelly has sexually assaulted a woman before. He is now accused of raping a woman along the bike trail in Myrtle Edwards Park at about 11:30 a.m. Sunday.

    Man accused of sexual attack erroneously released from custody
Aaron Jeffery King IIMUNCIE — A Carmel man accused of raping a Ball State University student in April had a warrant issued for his arrest last week after officials in Delaware and Hamilton counties erroneously allowed him to be released from their custody. Aaron Jeffery King II, 24, is charged in Delaware Circuit Court 4 with rape, criminal deviate conduct, criminal confinement and strangulation for the alleged sexual attack on the student at her Muncie apartment in the 2900 block of North Silvertree Lane. According to court documents, the alleged victim called 911 April 24 to report she “had just been raped by her ex-boyfriend, Aaron King.”

    Man charged with statutory rape and assault against 15-year-old girl
Terrance Jones Memphis police charged 34-year-old Terrance Jones with aggravated statutory rape and assault against a 15-year-old girl. An affidavit says that the victim had sex in an abandoned apartment in Whitehaven with Jones. The report says that when the victim’s siblings came to the apartment looking for her, Jones struck the victim in the mouth, choked her and pushed her out of a back window to make her leave. The victim was taken to a center for sexual assault victims and then Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. The report says she had neck pain and multiple abrasions.

    Tulsa Pastor Faces Additional Child Sex Abuse Charge
An additional charge was added to a Tulsa pastor's case this week accused of sexually abusing a minor. Court records indicate that Gregory Hawkins appeared before a Tulsa judge Monday. At the hearing the judge granted the prosecution's request to add the additional child sex abuse charge. Hawkins' now faces a total of seven child sex abuse charges in his case. He has previously plead not guilty. A 15-year-old female victim told officers Hawkins had been having sex with her and that at the time she was five months pregnant with his child.

    Quotaysha Jones had sex with teen she visited in jail, deputies say
Quotaysha JonesFORT PIERCE, Fla. —A St. Lucie County elementary school teacher was arrested after a teenager she routinely visited in jail admitted to having a sexual relationship with her. Quotaysha Jones, 29, of Port St. Lucie, was arrested at Mariposa Elementary School after classes ended. Detectives said Jones visited the 17-year-old boy on 46 occasions, 39 of which were recorded, since his arrest. Jones told the teen during one such visit that she misses him and asked if he wanted to see her "booty." According to the report, Jones also told the teen to be ready nine months after he gets out, insinuating that she wanted to have a baby with him.

    Two arrests made in connection to armed robbery
Matthew Franks Thomas and Rayquan Lamonte TaylorFLORENCE COUNTY, SC – Two men were arrested by the Florence County Sheriff's Office and charged with Armed Robbery stemming from an incident that occurred early Sunday morning, according to a statement from the FCSO. Matthew Franks Thomas, 23, from Florence and Rayquan Lamonte Taylor, 17, from Florence were arrested in connection with the robbery of a convenience store on Hoffmeyer Road in Florence.

    Man kidnapped, forced to withdraw cash
black robberTEMPLE HILLS, Md. - Metro police say a man was kidnapped at gunpoint at a Metro station and forced to withdraw cash from several ATMs. Officials say the man was taken by train from the Naylor Road station in Temple Hills on Friday night to the Waterfront station. Metro officials say the kidnapper's gun was apparently covered by a sweatshirt as they rode the train. The pair left the Waterfront station in southwest Washington and the victim was forced to withdraw money from several ATMs.

    Help police find suspect wanted in at least 16 robberies
armed robberHOUSTON - Police are hoping newly released surveillance video and photos will help them capture a serial robber. Houston police said the suspect is wanted in at least 16 robberies of businesses in the west and north areas of the city since August. Investigators said the suspect mostly targets service stations such as Valero, Conoco, Super K, Shell and Texaco. Police believe the suspect is responsible for robberies at the following stores: (more...

    Brothers Arrested, Charged In Anderson Nightclub Attack, Shooting
Demetrius Rashad BrownleeKenneth Leshun BrownleeANDERSON, SC - A man is clinging to life and two brothers have been arrested and charged after a shooting outside of a nightclub in Anderson County early Sunday morning. Lieutenant Sheila Cole of the Anderson County Sheriff's Office stated that Demetrius Rashad Brownlee, 21, of Anderson, was arrested and charged with attempted murder and assault by a mob, while his brother, Kenneth Leshun Brownlee, 26, also of Anderson, was arrested and charged with assault by a mob.

    Two Selma teenagers arrested for Capital Murder
John Jones or Larry HunterJohn Jones or Larry HunterSELMA, AL - Two teenagers in Selma have been arrested for Capital Murder. Selma police officers responded to a shooting on Saturday at 9:45p.m. in the 1800 block of Franklin Street. When officers arrived at the scene, they found a female on the sidewalk incapacitated. The female suffered a gunshot wound to the face, which lead to her death. Detectives were informed that the deceased female and two other victims had been robbed by 16-year-old John Jones and 18-year-old Larry Hunter. The victims were asked to hand over their cell phones, but instead tried to escape.

    Pontiac murder suspect in custody
Kerry HolleyPONTIAC, Mich. - A 46-year-old murder suspect was picked up Sunday evening in Pontiac by the Oakland County Sheriff's Department. Kerry Holley was wanted in the death of 34-year-old Hardin Harris. Police say that Holley shot Harris in the 30 block of Columbia at around 8:40 pm Saturday night. Deputies were notified about the murder by a caller who said someone had been shot. Harris was found in the basement suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was taken to McLaren Oakland Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

    Shooting suspect surrenders
Randall Carl Cooper Jr.COLUMBUS, Miss. -- A man wanted by Columbus police for a murder Friday morning has surrendered. Columbus Police Chief Selvan McQueen says 20-year-old Randall Carl Cooper Jr. surrendered at the Lowndes County Jail Friday night. McQueen says Cooper shot his victim multiple times early Friday morning. Cooper is charged with first degree murder. He is expected to make his initial court appearance on Monday.

    Man charged for non-fatal shooting on Cast St. in Florence Co.
Saquawn Monte Lacy FLORENCE, SC – A 22-year-old Florence man has been arrested for a shooting at a club in Florence County on Wednesday, officials with the sheriff's office confirmed. Saquawn Monte Lacy was arrested by investigators Friday and charged with attempted murder. According to FCSO officials, Lacy allegedly fired several shost from a handgun at a club at 1408 Cast Street, striking a victim in the hip. After the shooting the victim made his way to a nearby residence. EMS was called, and he was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

    19-Year-Old Man Wanted In Edgehill Fatal Shooting
Deion WoodruffNASHVILLE, Tenn. – A 19-year-old man is wanted in connection with the murder of a 28-year-old man at a public housing community in Edgehill. An arrest warrant for criminal homicide was issued Thursday night for Deion Woodruff, who police believe shot and killed Isaac Morris Tuesday morning inside an apartment in the Edgehill public housing community on 12th Avenue South.

    Murder victim's mother pleads for alleged killer to stay in jail
Derrick McKinleyCHARLESTON, SC - Just minutes after a judge ruled that Derrick McKinley could be released from jail and placed on house arrest, the family of the man McKinley is accused of killing were outraged. About 15 members of Da'Shawn Zellars' family attended the hearing Friday afternoon. McKinley allegedly shot and killed Zellars as the two were fixing a car in July. Witnesses told police the two began arguing when the shots were fired. McKinley was given a bond for the murder and weapons charges, but he was arrested again in October. Zellars mother, Cannie, said she believes McKinley was trying to kill members of her family. "He was out looking for the witnesses," Zellars said

    Man in ICU after being attacked with ceramic bunny
Leobardo RuckerNASHVILLE, Tenn. - A man is currently in the intensive care unit after being attacked with a ceramic bunny Friday afternoon. The incident began with an argument over a set of keys in a home on the 300 block of Nix Drive in Madison. Leobardo Rucker, 22, is accused of getting on the top of the man, choking him and hitting him in the head with a ceramic bunny. Rucker reportedly told the victim and witnesses, "I will end this now."






    Cheley found guilty of murder, not guilty of rape in DeLoach trial
Shan Demetrius CheleyAmber DeLoach Shan Demetrius Cheley was convicted of malice murder but acquitted on a rape charge in the Sept. 30, 2012, slaying of Amber DeLoach. In addition to the malice murder charge, the Chatham County Superior Court jury convicted Cheley of felony murder during the commission of an aggravated assault, aggravated assault and arson. The seven women and five men on the jury acquitted him on a second felony-murder charge of causing the death of DeLoach, a former St. Vincent’s Academy student and Islands High School alumna, during the commission of a rape. DeLoach, 18, was found slain in the trunk of a burning Dodge Avenger which had been rented from Enterprise car rentals. Evidence showed she was dead when the vehicle was set afire about 6:40 a.m. Prosecutors contended Cheley met the victim in City Market, took her to his home at 10 Little Country Place where he raped and strangled her, before driving her in the trunk of the rented vehicle to Yamacraw Village where he set the car ablaze with gasoline he purchased from a nearby BP station. Cheley admitted he had “rough sex” with the victim, but said it was consensual in return for drugs. - (Black-on-white)

    Murder charge against Alberto Palmer is amended to include rape
Alberto Prece PalmerKlaressa Lorayne CookAn Anoka County grand jury has amended charges against Alberto Palmer, indicting him on two counts of first-degree murder in the death of Brittany Clardy, including one involving rape, prosecutors said Friday. Palmer, 24, was charged previously with premeditated murder and now also is charged with murder with criminal sexual conduct, both punishable by life sentences with no chance of parole. Palmer, who has been in jail since March, also was charged last month in Hennepin County in the death of Klaressa Cook, 24. Both women’s bodies were discovered in cars in impound lots.

    Corey Thomas gets 34 years for strangling girlfriend, stuffing her in St. Paul crawl space
Corey ThomasMegan NeelyWhen Corey Thomas left Minnesota for Miami in the fall of 2011, he told his brother he was "tired of Minnesota women." The truth is he was really trying to put distance between himself and the spot where he'd stashed his girlfriend's murdered body. Thomas, 32, was sentenced to 34 years in prison for strangling Megan Neely and stuffing her body in a tiny crawl space in her North Milton Street St. Paul apartment.

    Lee Rigby killer Michael Adebolajo drugged and raped me at 14: Victim tells of her ordeal
Michael AdebolajoWhite rape victim of muslim terrorist murdererA young mum has told how one of soldier Lee Rigby’s killers drugged and raped her when she was 14. While a naive schoolgirl, evil Michael Adebolajo forced her to smoke cannabis – he then waited until she passed out then raped her. Callous Adebolajo, convicted this week of the horrific murder of the soldier, had lured the 14-year-old to his room to satisfy his vile lust. His victim, now a mum in her twenties, told how she became unconscious under the influence of the powerful weed. When she came round Adebolajo was on top of her carrying out his sickening sex attack. She claimed: “I have looked into his eyes and felt the evil inside him. “I opened my eyes and his face was less than an inch from mine. I’ll never forget that moment for as long as I live. “His teeth were discoloured and wonky. His eyes seemed to be burning. He smirked and his breath smelt foul and was hot on my face.” - (Black-on-white) - (UK)

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    Man gets 20 years for rape, criminal confinement
INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis man who was found guilty of rape and criminal confinement was sentenced to 20 years incarceration. DeWayne Lane took a guilty plea to one count of felony rape and one count of felony criminal confinement on Nov. 18. He was sentenced to 20 years for each count on Thursday. The sentence will run concurrent, so he will serve a total of 20 years in the Indiana Department of Corrections. Lane and Torrence Brown were arrested after police say they beat and raped a woman after abducting her from the Broad Ripple area on Dec. 30. They were both charged with two counts of rape, four counts of criminal deviate conduct, one count of criminal confinement and one count of battery.

    Jury Gives Man 33 Years for 2001 Williamsburg Rape of Busch Gardens Worker
Tyrone Lamont Holloway On Sept. 12, 2001, an Eastern European woman working at Busch Gardens on an exchange program told police she was raped by an unknown man in a wooded area in Williamsburg near Capitol Landing Road. Williamsburg Police were not able to identify a suspect for 11 years and it took another 12 months for the case — developed with DNA evidence and technology not available when the rape occurred — to come to trial. Jurors didn’t need more than two hours to reach their decision: Guilty. Tyrone Lamont Holloway, a 37-year-old South Carolina man, was sentenced Wednesday to 33 years in prison by a jury — made up of six men and six women — shortly after they convicted him of raping and abducting the woman with the intent to defile her. Unless substitute Judge Ray Grubbs decides to lessen the sentence, Holloway will remain behind bars until he is 70 years old.

    Orleans Parish grand jury indicts 3 accused of (homosexual) jailhouse rape
Dwayne Miller, 22 (left), Glenn Elliott, 19, Darren HolmesAn Orleans Parish grand jury indicted three men on Thursday (Dec. 19) who are accused of the rape of an Orleans Parish Prison inmate in September. Darren Holmes, 21, Glenn Elliott, 19, and Dwayne Miller, 22, were indicted on one count each of aggravated rape. They are accused of sexually assaulting a Texas man who was in jail awaiting extradition at the time of the attacks. The three inmates were booked on Nov. 26 after authorities investigated several complaints made by victim. Miller is in jail on a gun charge in connection to the fatal shooting of 18-year-old AmeriCorps volunteer Joseph Massenburg.

    Teaneck police arrest 4, including blind man, in armed robbery scheme
Andre ZiemooreMarshall HarperAyesha MitchellJamila EasonTEANECK — Police arrested four people, including a blind man, after two men were robbed of their cell phones and cash at gunpoint Tuesday night. The victims were waiting to meet a female acquaintance around 8:30 p.m. when they were approached by two men wearing masks that only covered the bottom halves of their faces. One of the men lifted his shirt to flash a handgun stuffed in his waistband, and threatened to shoot the victims if they tried to run. No shots were fired, but they eventually made off on foot with cash and each of the men's phones. When officers arrived on scene, the victims provided them with denoscriptions of each of their assailants, including that one appeared to be blind. "They based this assessment on the appearance of the actor's eyes and the manner in which he was being led around by the second actor," Wilson said. An investigation led detectives to a home on American Legion Drive, where suspects Andre Ziemoore, Marshall Harper and Ayesha Mitchell live. They watched as the trio, along with Jamila Eason of Englewood, hopped into a Ford Freestar minivan and drove to a nearby Stop & Shop supermarket. Once there, Ziemoore jumped out of the van and grabbed a plastic bag, which had been buried under a patch of snow beneath a tree, Wilson said. Police pulled them over as it left the parking lot, and received permission from Mitchell to search the van. Inside the plastic bag, they found the two cell phones that had been taken from the victims.

    Police arrest 2 in Towson mall robbery
Damon King (left) and Malik Smith TOWSON, Md. - Baltimore County police arrested two men in connection with an armed robbery at the Towson Town Center. Damon King, 20, and Malik Smith, 17, are suspected of using a knife to rob a man in one of the mall’s bathrooms back on Nov. 22. But the incident did not end there. The victim retaliated. He chased the suspects down in the mall and wrestled one of them to the ground. The other suspect meanwhile pulled what appeared to be a handgun out of his bag, effectively ending the fight, allowing the two to run away. In the scuffle, Smith dropped his mobile phone, which was recovered by police. Investigators used the phone to track Smith down and make an arrest. Over the course of the investigation, it was also determined the “gun” used in the robbery was actually a BB gun, police said. King and Smith are charged with armed robbery.

    Suspect sought in N. Shreveport attempted armed robbery
Xavion BryantSHREVEPORT, LA - Shreveport police are looking for a man they say tried to rob another man in north Shreveport last month. Officers were called around 2:45 p.m. to the 1300 block of North Market Street on November 9, where the victim told them a man came up to him and forcefully tried to take money and valuables from him, even after he told the man he had no money on him. After realizing he'd been seen by a witness, the man reportedly fled. Now, Shreveport police detectives say they've identified 28-year-old Xavion Bryant as a suspect in the attempted robbery. An arrest warrant for attempted simple armed robbery has been issued for Bryant.

    Coroner identifies shoplifting suspect shot and killed in Anderson
Sharon Rebecca McDowellANDERSON, SC - Anderson police said they shot and killed a woman Friday night who shoplifted from Kohl's on Clemson Boulevard and led them on a chase. The coroner identified the woman as Sharon Rebecca McDowell, 49. "She ran from police and a chase ensued," Anderson County coroner Greg Shore said. "[Officers] got the car stopped and one of the other occupants of the car jumped out and ran, and the victim drove off again. She drove into a trailer park just outside the city of Anderson." Captain Tony Tilley said that trailer park was a dead end dirt driveway off Appleton Street. Tilley said the suspect still refused to get out of the vehicle. The suspect then rammed a patrol car and tried to run down two officers who were outside their vehicle, according to Tilley. "She backed her car into one patrol car and then she took off toward two officers that were on foot and that's when the shooting took place," Shore said. Shore said the two officers who were on foot fired shots at the suspect. The suspect crashed her car into a house a few seconds later, Shore said. Shore said McDowell was found dead at the scene.




El Torero newspaper owner accused of Allentown rape
Ricardo MonteroThe owner of the Spanish-language newspaper El Torero in Allentown was arrested by city police Friday and charged with raping a 15-year-old girl. Ricardo Montero, 67, who has faced sex-crime charges before, was arraigned on charges of rape, statutory sexual assault, sexual assault and indecent assault. Police said the crimes occurred Dec. 5. "The defendant grabbed her by the hand and forcibly led her up to a third-floor apartment and into a bedroom," the affidavit says. "The defendant put [the girl] on a bed and forcibly had sexual intercourse with her." The girl said, "no, no," during the assault, according to the affidavit. The girl said she knew Montero only as "Ricardo."

  • Judge claims DHS delivering smuggled children to illegal immigrant parents
    "The DHS has simply chosen not to enforce the United States' border security laws," he wrote.

  • Nearly Half Immigration Judges Eligible to Retire - the court already has 32 vacancies, contributing to the current backlog of nearly 350,000 cases. Meanwhile, immigrants without legitimate legal claims remain in the country, while Americans foot the bill for them to be locked up longer. The lag time allows those without legitimate legal claims to remain in the country longer, and some immigrants hope if they can fight deportation long enough, Congress will eventually provide them some form of amnesty. Others marry a U.S. citizen while waiting for their cases to be heard.

  • Australia: Catholic priest Finian Egan jailed 50 years after assaults, rape
    She told officers of a series of indecent assaults inflicted on her by a priest at her local church in Carlingford. Two other women saw the interview and immediately felt waves of emotion rise. One, now in her 60s, was indecently assaulted by Egan on multiple occasions when she was sent to St Martha's School for disadvantaged girls in the early 1960s. She told the nuns what was happening but they accused her of lying and subjected her to violent punishments, including forcing her to drink vomit-inducing doses of castor oil.

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    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)

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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.

    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)
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

    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)

    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)


(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)


    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)

    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)

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