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    Police charge (black) man in fatal hit-and-run (that murdered beautiful White woman)
Tommy McGrewKatherine "Katie" SnodgrassAUSTIN – Police have charged a man with striking a woman with his car in northwest Austin on Jan. 6 and leaving the scene. Tommy McGrew, 29, was charged Tuesday with felony failure to stop and render aid. He allegedly struck Katherine Snodgrass the evening of Jan. 6 near the intersection of Lakeline Mall Drive and North Lake Creek Parkway. Officers arrived at the scene around 11:15 p.m., and Snodgrass was taken to Round Rock Medical Center, where she died. Police said three bystanders were tending to Snodgrass when they arrived, and an officer identified McGrew as one of the bystanders. Around 3:30 a.m. on Jan. 7, McGrew called 911 and “stated he struck what he thought was a deer,” the affidavit states. Officers met with McGrew and one of the other initial bystanders, and observed McGrew’s Chevrolet Cruze had collision damage consistent with the crash that same evening. The other bystander told police that McGrew woke her up and “told her that he had hit something and they needed to go back to see what he had hit.” When McGrew and the bystander had returned to the scene, they found Snodgrass at a bus stop and called 911. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man convicted of fatally stabbing, beating (White) N.C. mom
Travion Devonte SmithMelissa Huggins-Jones.RALEIGH, N.C. -- A Wake County jury has convicted a man of stabbing and beating a woman to death at her Raleigh apartment nearly three years ago. Multiple media outlets reported that the jury on Tuesday convicted 23-year-old Travion Smith of first-degree murder in the 2013 death of Melissa Huggins-Jones. Assistant District Attorney Jason Walker says Huggins-Smith was stabbed 18 times. Testimony was to begin Wednesday before the same jury as they decide whether Smith should die for his conviction. No Wake County jury has returned a death sentence since 2007. Ronald Lee Anthony pleaded guilty last fall to first-degree murder in exchange for an agreement that prosecutors would not seek a death sentence against him. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole. - (Black-on-white)
  • Smith found guilty in North Hills murder
    During a dramatic moment, Waller mimicked the number of blows Huggins-Jones suffered the night she was murdered by pounding loudly on a table. "Eighteen with that knife or that first went into her head, neck and torso," he said.
  • (Black) Man gets life sentence for 2013 slaying (of White woman) in Raleigh apartment - September 8, 2015
    Ronald Lee AnthonySarah Rene ReddenRALEIGH - Melissa Huggins-Jones had come to Raleigh two years ago to start a new life. The mother of two was newly divorced in 2013 and had been given an opportunity by the bank she worked for in Tennessee to manage its first out-of-state branch. In early May 2013, Huggins-Jones moved into an apartment complex off Six Forks Road near North Hills. She selected it, friends and family have said, because she thought it was safe. Her daughter Olivia, 8 at the time, moved with her, and her son, then 12, stayed behind in Tennessee with his father to finish the school year there. That new life of Huggins-Jones had barely begun when police say two men and a woman on a robbery spree robbed the 30-year-old mother of her future. Ronald Lee Anthony Jr., 25, and an accomplice took turns stabbing and bludgeoning Huggins-Jones, prosecutors said. Anthony, 25, was charged with murder on May 22, 2013, along with Travion Devonte Smith, 22, of Raleigh, and Sarah Rene Redden, 20, of Wake Forest. - (Black-on-white)
  • Autopsy details violence in killing of North Hills woman - June 21, 2013
    Melissa Huggins-Jones suffered 11 wounds to her head and neck, including a “chop wound” to her scalp and deep injury to her nose and cheek. The blows were so forceful that they penetrated her skull and dislodged teeth. The report also noted eight more wounds to the rest of her body and numerous bruises.
  • Three charged with murder in north Raleigh mom's death - May 22, 2013

    Life Sentence for (Black) S.F. Man Convicted in ‘Cold Hit’ (black-on-White rape) Murder Case
John Davis 1985John DavisBarbara MartzA San Francisco Superior Court judge has brought to a close, at least for now, a murder case that remained a mystery for 17 years and has taken 13 more to make its way through the courts. Judge Jeffrey Ross on Tuesday sentenced John Davis, 48, to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the Dec. 4, 1985, murder of Barbara Martz in her Potrero Hill home. The sentence was not a surprise: It’s the mandatory penalty required after Davis’ conviction last month of first-degree murder with two special circumstances — burglary and rape. Martz, who was 28 when she was stabbed and slashed to death, was an art and commercial photographer who shared a studio on Sixth Street with two partners. Earlier in 1985, she had traveled to Nepal and documented a trek there she planned to make the subject of a documentary film. - (Black-on-white)

    Decorated (White Hispanic) Marine vet attacked, robbed at Washington DC McDonald's (by pack of racist black thugs), police say
Christopher MarquezChristopher Marquezracist criminal black thugracist criminal black thugracist criminal black thugracist criminal black thugAuthorities worked Wednesday to identify at least four people who attacked and robbed a decorated former Marine at a Washington, D.C. McDonald’s, leaving him in the restaurant unconscious. Christopher Marquez, 30, an Iraq War vet, said he was eating in a back corner of the restaurant on Friday when a group of teens and young men approached his table. "They saw me and crowded around ... and they started asking me if I believed black lives matter,” Marquez told the paper. “I was ignoring them, then they started calling me racist." At that point, Marquez said he left the McDonald's, but was knocked unconscious by a blow to his head. When he came to, his pants were ripped and his wallet, which contained $400 in cash, three credit cards and VA medical card among other items, was missing.
"I believe this was a hate crime and I was targeted because of my skin color,” Marquez, who is Hispanic, said. “Too many of these types of attacks have been happening against white people by members of the black community and the majority of the main stream media refuses to report on it." - (Black-on-white)

    (Worthless black) Savannah convict faces possible parole reconsideration in grisly 1982 rape, murder (of White mother)
Ora Lee BoldenJanice Terrell WestFourteen-year-old Sheryl West returned home from school on Aug. 31, 1982, to find her mother’s nearly decapitated, lifeless body on her bedroom floor. Janice Terrell West, 35-year-old mother of two, had been raped, sodomized and murdered in her Cottonvale Road home in what veteran prosecutor Greg McConnell calls “one of the most gruesome, horrible murders that has ever occurred in Chatham County.” “It was a death penalty case,” he said. Ora Lee Bolden, then 27, and an inmate bus driver for a Coastal Correctional Institution work detail cleaning ditches on Cottonvale Road, was indicted for murder, rape and aggravated sodomy. Investigators said Bolden slipped away from the work detail near a mobile home community and later returned, intoxicated and with a large amount of blood on his clothing and with the victim’s wristwatch.
Now the victim’s daughter, Sheryl Fortson, and McConnell, Chatham County’s chief assistant district attorney, are reacting to reports the state Board of Pardons and Paroles is due to consider Bolden for parole later this month. Sheryl Fortson recounted finding her mother’s body, “her throat cut so deep that it severed her spinal cord.. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Darron Wint (a citizen of Guyana) indicted in DC mansion murders
Daron Dylon WintSavvas Savopoulos, 46; Amy Savopoulos, 47; their son, Philip; and housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa, 57,WASHINGTON - The man arrested in connection to the brutal quadruple murder that took place inside a northwest D.C. mansion last year was indicted Wednesday afternoon. Darron Wint was indicted by a grand jury on 20 felony charges that include first-degree murder while armed, burglary, kidnapping, extortion, arson and theft in the deaths of Savvas and Amy Savopoulos, their son Philip, and their housekeeper, Veralicia Figueroa—all of whom were found killed inside the family’s home on Woodland Drive last year. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Couple accused of leaving body in bag on apartment patio is arrested
Will Richardson and Ashley WilliamsJenna K. FergusondumpsterSEATAC, Wash. — Will Richardson and Ashley Williams did the right thing and surrendered Monday night to Seattle Police at the Southwest Precinct and were booked into the King County jail for Unlawful Disposal of Human remains where they are being held on $50,000 bail. King County Detectives say they put Jenna Ferguson’s body in a large purple duffle bag after she overdosed on Heroin and then took her remains with them when they got thrown out of a Motel 6 last summer. Surveillance cameras caught them loading up the duffle bag in the back of a taxi. Ferguson’s remains were found two weeks later on July 27, 2015 next to a dumpster in a SeaTac apartment complex. Court documents show the couple brought the bag containing Ferguson's body to an apartment of a friend in SeaTac and kept it on the patio. When the friend complained about the smell, detectives say Ashley told her friend to "stay out of it and that it contained food they brought from the hotel room." Court documents say the friend asked Richardson to leave the apartment after he sent her Facebook messages that were sexual in nature. Afterwards, she took the duffel bag and his belongings and put them next to a dumpster a few yards from her apartment. The body was found by a maintenance man. - (Black-on-white)

    Valentine’s Day stay at Boone Co. hotel leads to abduction, robbery (by interracial couple of criminals)
Charles Burnett Jr., 26, and Emma HaumesserFLORENCE —The Boone County investigators have arrested a man and woman believed to be involved in an abduction case. Charles Burnett Jr., 26, and Emma Haumesser, 20, are charged with kidnapping and first-degree robbery. Officials said the pair abducted a 22-year-old man from a hotel, driving him to an ATM to take his money on Valentine’s Day. Detectives said the victim met Haumesser and took her back to his room at the Quality Inn and Suites at 1805 Airport Exchange Blvd. Investigators said a few minutes later, Haumesser stepped outside to take a call, and Burnett barged in with a gun. The pair forced the victim to go with them to several ATM’s to withdraw cash, deputies said. Eventually the victim's ATM card was seized by a machine, whereupon he was assaulted and kicked out of the vehicle, the sheriff's office said. “Let’s not go looking for love in all the wrong places.” The victim met Haumesser through a classifieds website.

Dangers of interracial dating

    Disabled man homo-raped by despicable black beast fag - Rape of Man With Cerebral Palsy Linked to Downtown Robberies
Allen McDowellCHICAGO — A Buena Park man charged with a spate of Downtown armed robberies is also accused of raping a disabled man earlier this month in Grant Park, and will be back in court Wednesday, prosecutors said. Allen McDowell, 23, of the 4000 block of North Sheridan Road, was arrested last week with the Ventra card of a man with cerebral palsy who says he was raped Feb. 2 in the Downtown park, prosecutors said. The details came to light Friday, when McDowell and five others were charged with various crimes in Cook County Circuit Court. McDowell was charged with armed robbery, robbery, aggravated battery to a transit employee/rider, aggravated criminal sexual assault and aggravated armed robbery.
  • Group Trashes 7-Eleven, Brutally Beats CTA Rider with Hammer: Charges
    n-word thugsA group of people trashed a Downtown 7-Eleven before brutally attacking a CTA passenger with a hammer, prosecutors said Friday. The CTA victim, who'd been riding the Blue Line to work, suffered a broken orbital bone and may have permanent vision loss, Cook County prosecutors said during a bond hearing Friday.

    (Black homo fag) Trenton man admits to brutal assault in hotel in 2014 of man who later died
Kirvy MimsLAWRENCE >> A Hightstown man died within weeks of being nearly bludgeoned to death and having his throat slit by a Trenton man during a grisly beating inside a hotel room in Lawrence in 2014. Despite the stunning revelation, Kirvy Mims, 48, the man who carried out the brutal attack, was never charged with murder because prosecutors said his victim died of natural causes. After being charged with attempted murder and other counts, Mims pleaded guilty to aggravated assault Tuesday in Mercer County Superior Court and is expected to spend eight years in state prison as part of a negotiated plea deal with prosecutors. Mims was romantically involved with his victim, officials said, and the men met through an online dating website. Prosecutors for the first time Tuesday identified Mims’ victim as 64-year-old Andrew Schwartz, of Hightstown. Schwartz survived being repeatedly struck with a claw hammer and having his throat slit with a razor. He was released from the hospital some time after sustaining life-threatening injuries and died of a heart attack Nov. 2, 2014, a spokeswoman for the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office said. Mims admitted he used a claw hammer to repeatedly strike Schwartz on the head and slit his throat with a razor.

    (Black) Florida teen arrested after repeatedly posing as "Love doctor" gynecologist
Malachi Love-RobinsonA Florida teenager was arrested for pretending to be a doctor after giving an undercover police officer a medical exam at an illegal practice he opened - a year after he was caught posing as a gynecologist. Malachi Love-Robinson, 18, was released from the Palm Beach County jail on Wednesday on $21,000 bond on charges of practicing medicine without a license, fraud and grand theft. Palm Beach County sheriff's spokeswoman Teri Barbera said Love-Robinson was arrested on Tuesday after he performed an exam on an undercover agent and gave medical advice. Love-Robinson claimed to be 25 and the co-founder, president and CEO of New Birth New Life Holistic and Alternative Medical Center & Urgent Care center in West Palm Beach, where he masqueraded as 'Dr Malachi A Love-Robinson, PHD, HHP-C, AMP-C'. But his police said his medical 'career' ended abruptly when the fake doctor was caught in the act.

    Woman kidnapped, raped (by tattooed black) as bystanders watched: cops
Antonio Ravion WylieROCK HILL, S.C. — Police in Rock Hill say a man faces multiple charges after a woman was kidnapped at knife point and raped as bystanders and motorists witnessed parts of the assault. The Herald of Rock Hill reports 23-year-old Antonio Ravion Wylie of Fort Mill faces a number of charges, including first-degree criminal sexual conduct and kidnapping. A police report says witnesses called 911 to report a man was forcing a woman into a car Tuesday morning. The witnesses told police the woman was screaming for help, and another witness said they saw a man assaulting the woman.

    Convicted rapist arrested again 32 days after release from prison
Maurice Vernado PughGULFPORT, MS - A Laurel man who was out of prison for just 32 days after serving time for rape and kidnapping now faces similar charges in Gulfport. Maurice Vernado Pugh, 39, is charged with the kidnapping and attempted rape of a woman as she left Club Blue Envy nightclub in Gulfport. Pugh grabbed the woman around 3 a.m. Sunday as she was walking to her vehicle and dragged her to the side of the road. Pugh was attempting to rape the woman when an officer arrived. Pugh ran and was captured after a short chase. Pugh served nine years in prison after pleading guilty to a 2004 kidnapping and a 2005 rape. He pleaded guilty to both crimes in 2007 and was sentence to 20 years. Pugh was released from Mississippi Department of Corrections custody on Jan. 13. Pugh was booked into the Harrison County Jail on Feb. 14.

    Black man sought after dragging, attempting to sexually assault elderly woman in Northridge
black rapistNORTHRIDGE, LOS ANGELES -- Police are looking for a suspect accused of dragging an elderly woman from her home and nearly sexually assaulting her in Northridge. Los Angeles police released a composite sketch of the male attacker that struck at about 10:30 p.m. on Feb. 2 and eventually left the scene. Investigators would not reveal the street where the attack occurred. The suspect was described as a black man between 30 and 40 years old. He is believed to be about 5 feet 8 inches tall, and weighs about 180 pounds.

  Bill Cosby - black rapist

    Virginia woman charged with murder of son found in trunk - a strong odor of rotting flesh
Tonya Slaton RICHMOND, Va. -- A Virginia woman whose son's remains were found in her car more than 10 years after he was last seen alive has been charged with murder in his death. Court documents indicate Tonya Slaton of Richmond was indicted Feb. 1 in Hampton Circuit Court on a charge of second-degree murder in the death of her son, Quincy Jamar Davis. The indictment alleges Slaton killed Davis between July 24, 2004, and July 24, 2005. The Virginian-Pilot reports that Davis would have been 14 or 15 years old at the time. Human remains found in a vehicle Slaton was driving on Interstate 64 in Hampton in June were identified as Davis'. The medical examiner has not determined the cause of death. Police say Davis was never reported missing. "During the inventory of the vehicle, Trooper . . . discovered a black trash bag in the trunk . . . There was a strong odor of rotting flesh permeating from the bag."

    Black Sports: Former Philadelphia Eagles Lineman Alonzo Ephraim Faces Drug & Weapons Charges
Alonzo EphraimA former University of Alabama and Eagles player has been arrested on drug and weapons charges in suburban Birmingham. Pleasant Grove Police Lt. Danny Reid says 34-year-old Alonzo Ephraim was stopped Monday night for a traffic violation and authorities smelled marijuana as they approached the vehicle. - (Black Sports)

    New Jersey Woman Charged With Elderly Man's Murder
Jocelyn DahtaAuthorities have made an arrest in the slaying of a 90-year-old man found dead in his northern New Jersey apartment earlier this month. Essex County prosecutors say 32-year-old Jocelyn Dahta, of Orange, is charged with murder in the death of Henry Boyd. A motive for the attack has not been determined. But prosecutors say Dahta and Boyd knew each other. The East Orange man was found Feb. 9. An autopsy determined that he died from compression of the throat and a fracture of the larynx.

    Woman’s Estranged Husband Charged With Attempted Murder, Rape In Valentine’s Day Attack
William BrownWEST NOTTINGHAM Twp., Pa. –– Police credit a secret 9-1-1 call for saving the lives of two people in a brutal Valentine’s Day attack in southern Chester County. Now, her estranged husband is charged with attempted murder and rape. Just two days before the attack, the victim was granted a protection from abuse order against her husband, 45-year-old William Brown, after police say he threatened to kill her. On Valentine’s Day, the victim’s cousin was staying with her to help protect her, but police say Brown kicked in the door, stabbed the cousin repeatedly in the chest and slashed his face with a box cutter, then he dragged the woman to the bedroom and raped her. Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan, during the attack, the woman was able to dial 9-1-1 and hide her phone under a pillow, preventing what he says, likely would have been a double-murder.

    Cop killer’s brother arrested in beating of girlfriend
Uzziah WilsonThe older brother of double convicted cop-killer Ronell Wilson was arrested Monday for beating his girlfriend inside their Staten Island apartment over the weekend. Uzziah Wilson, 37, was arrested on charges of assault and criminal possession of a weapon after his girlfriend Sunday Priddie, 34, went to the Staten Island parole office on Monday and told officers that Wilson attacked her at their Park Hill Avenue home in the Fox Hills section on Saturday, sources said. Priddie told parole officers that Wilson kicked opened their bedroom door, punched her in the face and dragged her across the floor, sources said. She also told parole officers that Wilson was stashing a .22 caliber handgun inside the fifth-floor residence. Police then showed up at the residence and recovered a .22 loaded revolver, but Wilson was at work at the time, sources said.
Wilson’s younger brother Ronell, 34, was sentenced to death by a Brooklyn federal jury in 2013 for the March 10, 2003 execution-style murders of undercover NYPD detectives Rodney Andrews and James Nemorin during a gone buy-and-bust operation gone wrong.

    (Black) 'entertainer' Flavor Flav pleads no contest to DUI charge
Flavor Flav

  • US court rules ‘Hispanic’ is a race in discrimination suit
    A federal appeals court has tossed out a $1.35 million award to a Long Island cop who sued after he was passed up as police chief for a Hispanic officer. The panel of three Second Circuit judges overturned the judgment and ordered a new trial to be held after a jury sided with Lt. Christopher Barrella in May 2014 that he was discriminated against by ex-Freeport mayor Andrew Hardwick.
    Bermudez is Cuban
    , while Barrella is Italian-American, the court papers say. Barrella, who has a master’s degree in criminal justice and a law degree, testified that Bermudez was less qualified for the position. In 2010, Hardwick, who is black, appointed Bermudez as chief, referring to him as the village’s “first Hispanic police chief.”

  • N.M. Gov. Martinez declares win with illegal-immigrant driver’s license reform
  • Indiana Packers faces federal lawsuit over illegal immigrant hires
    DELPHI, Ind. A major area employer is accused of knowingly hiring illegal immigrants to keep wages low for its employees. Two employees of the Indiana Packers Corporation, Marisol Martinez and James Harding, are named in the federal lawsuit. Andrew O’Shea accuses the company of hiring hundreds or perhaps thousands of illegal immigrants over the last four years. He says Indiana Packers violates the RICO act by using that workforce to keep wages down of all employees by several dollars an hour.
  • ATV operator found to be illegal immigrant
    GOLDEN VALLEY — Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a man living in the United States illegally. Deputies arrested Luis Guerrero, 22, Saturday afternoon. As deputies were on patrol, they saw an ATV doing donuts in the area of Chino Drive and North Colorado Road. The ATV was creating a thick cloud of dust accumulating across Chino Drive. As deputies approached, they saw the operator was not wearing required eye protection.

  • Indicted Texas Mayor Ricardo Lopez Jailed After Disrupted Council Meeting
    Lopez and two council members were indicted this month in a federal bribery and conspiracy investigation, though one of the councilmen has since resigned. Another council member was arrested in January on unrelated human smuggling charges, leaving only one member of Crystal City's City Council not facing criminal charges.


Woman describes rape (by Mexican) she said preceded 10-year abduction
Isidro GarciaFULLERTON, Calif. — A woman testified Wednesday that a man told her not to yell when he first raped her when she was still a girl, an assault that came before a 10-year abduction during which she had to marry the man and have his child. The now-26-year-old woman took the stand in an Orange County courtroom in the trial of Isidro Garcia, 42, who is charged with raping and abducting her in 2004 when she was 15. Garcia, then her mother’s boyfriend, had already touched her inappropriately once soon after she arrived at her mother’s home in California from Mexico, she testified. He told her not to tell or she would get in trouble and he would call immigration authorities. Soon after her 15th birthday, she said he called her to the bedroom and locked the doors.



Hispanic Man pleads guilty, faces death penalty in Vegas girl slaying
Javier RighettiAlyssa OtrembaLAS VEGAS -- A man jailed for four years awaiting a death penalty trial has taken the unusual step of pleading guilty to capital murder in a case that shocked Las Vegas for its brutality: the rape, torture, killing and mutilation of a 15-year-old girl on her way home from school. Javier Righetti was 19 when he killed Arbor View High School sophomore Alyssa Otremba. She disappeared Sept. 2, 2011, after texting her mom that she was walking home from school. Her burned body was found in a vacant lot the next day. Now 23, Righetti pleaded guilty Feb. 11 to all charges against him, including kidnapping, robbing and trying to rape another teenage girl in Las Vegas in March 2011.




  • Ky. bill forces men to get wife's OK before getting Viagra
    "I want to protect these men from themselves," said Marzian, a nurse. The bill also specifies that only married men may obtain the drug and requires "a man to make a sworn statement with his hand on a Bible that he will only use a prenoscription for a drug for erectile dysfunction when having sexual relations with his current spouse."



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  • Gettysburg group plans for Confederate Flag Day
    Members of Sons of Confederate Veterans view the flag as a representation of a proud Southern heritage. The group believes the soldiers who fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War "personified the best qualities of America" in their fight for "rights guaranteed by the Constitution," according to the organization's website.

  • Political Backlash Grows in Washington to Chinese Takeovers
    HONG KONG — As Chinese companies try to snap up American tech businesses, they are setting off ripples of unease in the Obama administration and in Congress, inciting a backlash that has stopped the latest acquisition attempt. One of the companies that first brought silicon to Silicon Valley — Fairchild Semiconductor International — said it would remain in American hands after rejecting a takeover offer worth about $2.5 billion led by Chinese state-backed buyers. Instead, Fairchild embraced a smaller bid from an American rival on Tuesday, citing concerns that federal regulators might reject the Chinese deal. The unsuccessful Chinese bid for Fairchild was just one of at least 10 such offers in the last year for international semiconductor businesses, mostly in the United States.
  • Congress wary of national security implications of Chinese deal for Chicago Stock Exchange

  • Chinese teens get 6-13 years in prison for kidnapping and assault of fellow 'parachute kid'
    Authorities said that Yunyao "Helen" Zhai, Yuhan "Coco" Yang and Xinlei "John" Zhang were part of a group of teens who forced Yiran "Camellia" Liu to use her hands to wipe cigarette butts and ice cream from the floor of a Rowland Heights ice cream parlor. Liu, who was 18 at the time, testified that she was taken to a nearby park, stripped naked, kicked with high-heeled shoes, slapped and burned with cigarettes.


    (Black) Suspect arrested in Jan. 29 fatal Bond Hill shooting (of White man)
William ChambersCameron ClemmonsCINCINNATI —Police have made an arrest in a Jan. 29 fatal shooting in Bond Hill. William Chambers, 25, is accused of shooting and killing Cameron Clemmons, 24. Officials said Clemmons’ body was found lying in the street near an apartment building in the 1300 block of Franklin Avenue. Police said they believe Clemmons was shot up to 10 times. After the shooting, police said they were looking for a gunman riding a bike. Chambers was arrested on Monday by the Cincinnati Police Department’s Homicide Unit. - (Black-on-white)

    George Slaughter: Triple-homicide suspect once served time for manslaughter - (Black man slaughtered two blacks and a white man)
George SlaughterElizabeth DraperWilliam NealDouglas WeberLOUISVILLE, KY - A Louisville man now facing three counts of murder has killed before. George Slaughter, 26, was arrested in connection with a triple-homicide on Wheeler Avenue in southern Louisville over the weekend. Following his arraignment Monday at which he pleaded not guilty to the murder charges, Slaughter served about six years of a 10-year sentence following a manslaughter conviction in 2008. At age 17, he faced a murder charge in the shooting death of another teen named Bobby Sweatt in 2006. The murder charge was downgraded to manslaughter, and he was convicted in October 2008. Slaughter was let out early for good behavior and the court included in his penalty time served prior to that conviction. Slaughter was released from the Little Sandy Correctional Complex in 2012. It's not clear why he allegedly killed three people early Saturday morning, but he was arrested without incident Saturday night. Douglas Weber, 36; William Neal, 35 and Elizabeth Draper, 43, all died from multiple gunshot wounds. Weber lived in New Albany, but Neal and Draper lived at the Wheeler Avenue address. It's not known how Slaughter may have been connected to the trio.

    (Adulterous white) Wife in deadly Mission Bend love triangle charged with murder (of her White husband)
Jessica Leal and black boyfriend Avery JonesChevey LealHOUSTON -- The morning of January 13 began like so many others for Mary Lou Nimmons. She sent her younger brother, Chevey Leal, a text. "I texted him at 9:30 just to say good morning, and little did I know this was happening," said Nimmons, her voice trailing off softly. What Nimmons didn't know was that morning, Leal had driven to his Misson Bend-area home to get some personal items. According to investigators, Leal got in an argument with his estranged wife Jessica outside their house. Investigators say Jessica Leal's (black) boyfriend, Avery Jones, was inside the home. Court records show Jessica Leal allegedly grabbed a kitchen knife to threaten her husband. At one point, investigators believe Leal held her husband down on the ground with the knife. They say that's when Leal's (black) boyfriend Avery Jones allegedly shot and killed Chevey Leal. "He left a very big hole in our lives," said Nimmons, who just buried her brother last weekend. "Not only for my family but for his children." While the boyfriend, Jones, was an immediate suspect, Jessica Leal was only questioned on January 13. Court records show Jones was charged murder two days later, but Leal remained free. She publically mourned her husband's death, even attended his funeral last weekend. This Wednesday, Leal was arrested and charged with her husband's murder. Nimmons says she knew her sister-in-law may have been involved with another man. Now, with her brother gone and six children without a dad, she just hopes the justice system works. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Adulterous back-stabbing black) Milwaukee woman charged with felony murder in plot to rob (her white) husband
Ian Westly LeFloreLakisha L. Love-SchoosMichael SchoosOshay Shayfer RandolphDiondray L. WillisShaquille M. WalkerA 23-year-old woman is facing felony murder charges after prosecutors say she set up a robbery targeting her husband, who was killed in the resulting home invasion. Police say Lakisha L. Love-Schoos confessed to her role in planning the robbery of 54-year-old Michael Schoos, according to a criminal complaint released Monday. Ian Westly LeFlore, 28; Oshay Shayfer Randolph, 23; and Diondray L. Willis, 24 also face felony murder charges. A fifth suspect, Shaquille M. Walker, 22, was charged last month in the killing. Schoos was shot and killed about 6:15 a.m. Oct. 20 at his home in the 7100 block of W. Appleton Ave. Love-Schoos told police she met LeFlore at a car wash, where the two had sex and devised a plan to rob Schoos in which she would leave the door unlocked, according to the complaint. Love-Schoos told detectives "she was tired of arguing and fighting" with Schoos. The group went to the house, pulled Love-Schoos into the breezeway at gunpoint and ransacked the house. LeFlore said he saw Randolph shoot Schoos in the back. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    ‘Grim Sleeper’ on trial: ‘The day of reckoning is here’ for accused (BLACK) serial killer
Lonnie Franklin Jr. In the summer of 1985, authorities said, Lonnie Franklin Jr. began to kill. For more than 20 years, not far from his south Los Angeles home, police said Franklin preyed on numerous young, black women — many struggling to make it. One victim was a man. One was a 15-year-old girl. With some victims, police said, Franklin initiated sexual contact, then shot or strangled them and dumped their bodies. He was eventually dubbed the “Grim Sleeper” — a nod to a years-long break in slayings, between 1988 and 2002. From 1985 to 2007, authorities said, Franklin killed nine women between ages 18 and 35, along with the 15-year-old girl. Franklin has been behind bars since his 2010 arrest, awaiting his day in court.
  • Ecclesiastes 8:11 - When a crime is not punished quickly, people feel it is safe to do wrong.

    Former female inmates sue Georgia Corrections Department for alleged rapes
Edgar JohnsonATLANTA -- Several former inmates are suing the Georgia Department of Corrections over allegations of sexual abuse at a women's prison. The women say former Captain Edgar Johnson used his position of power to attack them in his office at the Emanuel Women's Facility in Swainsboro, Ga. The alleged assaults happened over a four-year period, with some attacks as recently as last year. The women say Johnson also threatened to prolong their sentences, deny parole and keep them from seeing their children.

    Dallas Police Arrest Suspected Serial Rapist
black rapistDALLAS – Law enforcement officials in Dallas have arrested a suspected serial rapist. Samuel White was taken into custody Tuesday morning in the 7500 block of Chesterfield Drive in connection with two sex assault cases. Police found White after receiving an anonymous tip. Now, authorities are wondering if White is behind even more attacks. “It’s clear now that he may be a serial predator,” Sherwin added.

    Authorities release sketch of (black) suspect in southeast Houston elderly home invasion - he raped 95-year-old woman
black attackerOphelia OutleyOphelia OutleyHOUSTON -- A home invasion suspect who preyed upon a 94-year-old woman is on the loose and authorities in Houston are asking for the public's help to identify and locate him. The robbery happened on January 18 around 10am in the 5000 block of Higgins Street in southeast Houston. Police say the suspect got in to her house by climbing in through a window. The homeowner was there and the suspect demanded money from her. Authorities say the suspect got upset when she didn't have any money to give him and attacked her, breaking her shoulder, among other injuries.
  • 95-year-old (WW II vet) Sunnyside sex assault victim speaks of attack
    Ophelia Outley spoke inside the rehab facility where she's recovering from a broken shoulder she suffered in that attack. She says she's grateful to be alive, but she feels sorry for her attacker if she ever sees him again. Ms. Outley says the suspect was tall, light brown-skinned, and smelled heavily of smoke.

    Erie Police Need Help Identifying (black) Rape Suspect
black rapistErie police are asking for your help, in identifying a rape suspect. Investigators released a composite sketch of the suspect Monday morning. The suspect is described as a dark-skinned black male, in his 30's. He's 6 feet, to 6'3" tall, with a muscular build. Investigators say he was driving a dark colored SUV. Police say he raped a woman back on February 7th, around 7:15 p.m., as she was walking in the 1000 block of east 8th street, in Erie. The victim told police the suspect came up behind her, grabbed her by the neck, pulled a knife, then dragged her into his SUV, where he raped her.



    Trial set to begin for (black Muslim) man linked to failed attack on Muhammad cartoon contest in Garland
Abdul Malik Abdul KareemPHOENIX — Halfway through 2014, three Arizona men were falling under the sway of the Islamic State group, authorities say. The trio watched videos depicting violence by jihadists, tried to get pipe bombs, planned an attack at a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas last year and researched travel to the Middle East so they could join Islamic State fighters, investigators say. Two of the men brought semiautomatic rifles and an Islamic State flag to the May 3 contest featuring cartoons deemed offensive to Muslims and died in a shootout with police before hurting anyone attending the event in suburban Dallas. The third man goes on trial Tuesday in Phoenix in what is believed to be the first time the U.S. government has put a person on trial on terror charges related to the militant group. Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, a 44-year-old moving company owner, is accused of hosting the two gunmen at his home to discuss plans for the attack, going target shooting in the remote Arizona desert with the pair and providing the guns used at the contest. Prosecutors say Kareem also encouraged Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi to carry out violence in the United States in support of the Islamic State group and inquired about explosives to blow up a stadium in metro Phoenix during the 2015 Super Bowl.





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    Family, friends: Much loved (White) Man, 85, shot in head (by unknown black man)
black killerJames Harrell HankinsAn 85-year-old Jackson man shot in the back of the head while he was doing yard work on Saturday was a Korean War veteran, one of eight children, and a beloved father. Jackson police said James Harrell Hankins was doing dirt work in his yard on McCluer Road when he was approached by a black male wearing dark-colored clothing. Police said the suspect fired several shots, then fled the scene on foot, headed toward Valley Park Subdivision. Hankins was found by Tip, his wife of almost 61 years, who heard a pop and thought it might be her crock pot. Friends said she saw him out the window and ran outside. He was pronounced dead at 8:20 p.m. on Saturday. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) arrested in case of (White) mom (with drug history) found shot dead in car - with 6-month old baby 'on board'
Curtis BurdetteBrittany RussellDayton police have arrested a person of interest in the homicide of Brittany Russell, a Middletown mother found shot to death in a car with her 6-month-old daughter in the backseat. Russell, 29, was found Wednesday morning in Dayton, Ohio, slumped over the steering wheel of her car parked in the lot of Twin Manor Apartments. Her 6-month-old daughter was found unharmed in the back seat, police said the running car heater kept the infant alive through the cold morning. Dayton police identified Curtis Burdette, 37, as a person of interest in the homicide case on Friday and located him in a Harrison Township home that night. Sgt. Richard Blommel said investigators were led to Burdette after conducting interviews with others. Burdette, who was found in possession of drugs, knew Russell, Blommel said. Middletown police previously said Russell had a drug history but witnesses said she had been clean recently. - (Black-on-white)
  • Dayton PD: Running car kept baby alive
    Chris Edwards and Haven EdwardsInvestigators don't know how long Brittany Russell and her daughter, Haven Edwards, were in the car. The timeline begins around 12 p.m. Tuesday, when Russell persuaded a babysitter to let Haven leave with her, even though she is not the custodial parent. Chris Edwards, the father, told Middletown Police he did not give Russell permission to leave with the baby.
  • Mom found killed in front seat with baby in back seat
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

    TIMELINE: Events leading up to guilty plea (by black killer) in (White) Camden man's murder
Austin HillJaquestin AndersonRichard AndersCAMDEN, Ark. - A story that has been following since December of 2014 finally came to end on Friday, when 19-year-old Austin Hill pleaded guilty to the robbing and killing of a Camden grocery store manager. Several things have happened since the day 63-year-old Richard Anders was killed outside Mac's Fresh Market in Camden. Below is a timeline that follows the story, beginning with Anders' tragic death and ending with Hill spending the rest of his life in prison. - (Black-on-white)

    Update: Second (black) Teen Arrested in Deadly Shooting of White Camden Grocery Store Manager
CAMDEN, AR – The second suspect in the murder of a Camden grocery store manager has surrendered to authorities. Camden Police Chief Boyd Woody said on Wednesday around 11:30 p.m.,Hill was arrested on Dec. 21 and faces the same charges as Anderson. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Correctional officer attacked by (black Muslim) inmate at Clallam Bay, suffers brain injury
Terry BreedloveAbdinjib IbrahamFORKS, Clallam County, Washington State — A correctional officer at Clallam Bay Corrections Center suffered a brain injury after being seriously attacked by an inmate. Terry Breedlove was attacked Jan. 25, and suffered a brain injury and injuries to two vertebrae, the Peninsula Daily News reported last week. Investigators say Breedlove was attacked by 28-year-old inmate Abdinjib Ibraham, of King County. Brian King, chief criminal deputy for the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office, said Ibrahim said “Allahu akbar,” an Arabic phrase that means “God is great,” twice, once when he hit the guard, and again after the attack. Investigators say Ibraham had pried a round metal seat off a stool in a cell and repeatedly hit Breedlove over the head with it until other inmates stopped the attack. - (Black-on-white)

      Married (White) Couple Injured in Machete Attack (by black Muslim migrant) Call Survival a 'Miracle'
Mohammad BarryGerald RussellA pair of high school sweethearts who've been married for 25 years spent their Valentine's Day weekend in the hospital, recovering after a machete-wielding man attacked an Ohio restaurant last week, injuring them and two others. "The way that this guy walked in and attacked me, it's a miracle that I'm alive today," Gerald Russell said from the hospital, where he and his wife Debbie were recovering from cuts to their hands. Gerald and Debbie had just finished dinner at the Nazareth Restaurant and Deli in Columbus Thursday when a man with a machete came over to their booth. "He walked directly at me, raised a machete up and tried to hit me from above, directly on top of my head," Gerald said. Gerald said he shoved the man away from him while his wife tried to distract the attacker by screaming. Though injured, the Russells were able to run outside for help. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man cleared in killing (of pregnant White woman) as teen now part of gang bust
Jerome HamiltonBrandon DavisDeandre SturgesCatherine “Cat” Marie BLAIN (SOLINSKI)A Detroit man indicted by federal authorities as being part of a violent street gang had been acquitted in a notorious killing eight years ago in Oakland County. Oakland County Undersheriff Mike McCabe confirmed Saturday that 23-year-old Jerome Hamilton, who was named as one of 12 alleged members of the Rollin 60s Crips, was acquitted in the shooting death of Rib Rack manager Catherine Blain in 2008. Blain, 21, of Waterford was fatally shot as she left the Lathrup Village restaurant in what was described as a robbery turned murder. Hamilton, who was 15 at the time, was identified as the gunman by Brandon Davis, who was also accused in the case but cooperated with authorities as part of a plea deal and is serving a 12- to 30-year prison sentence. Hamilton, who was charged with first-degree murder, was tried three times, but the first two cases ended in hung juries. Defense attorney Mark Kriger said after Hamilton's acquittal in 2010 that jurors "were bothered by Brandon Davis' testimony and questioned his credibility, because he told so many stories." Getaway driver Deandre Sturges was sentenced to life in prison. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man who raped, killed (White) Rosebud woman in 1974 dies while serving life sentence
Dewey Coleman(Peggy Harstad)BILLINGS - The Missouri hitchhiker, who kidnapped, raped and killed a Rosebud woman more than 40 years ago has died while serving out a life sentence. Dewey Coleman, 67, died Sunday at the Lewis Infirmary in Lewistown from natural causes, according to a press release from the Montana Department of Corrections. Coleman was serving a life sentence without parole for the death of Peggy Harstad, 21. On July 4, 1974, Harstad was driving home to Rosebud from a rodeo in Harlowton when she noticed two hitchhikers, Coleman and Robert Nank, on the side of the road. Harstad picked up the two men and was never seen again. Investigators determined that Coleman and Nank raped, beat, and drowned her in the Yellowstone River. Harstad’s body was found badly decomposed in the Yellowstone River. Nank confessed to the crimes, admitting to the rape, beating, and killing of Harstad. But Coleman denied any involvement. Coleman argued to the high court that he was not offered a plea agreement similar to his co-defendant because he was black and Nank was white. The court of appeals ruled in Coleman’s favor and his death sentence was commuted. Montana death records show that Nank died in 1999. - (Black-on-white)
  • Ecclesiastes 8:11 - When a crime is not punished quickly, people feel it is safe to do wrong.

    Snyder PD: Black man and Hispanic man arrested for 2013 murder of (White man) Justin Vaughn
Justin Ray Vaughnblack killerHispanic killerThere have been new developments in the shooting death of 25-year-old Justin Vaughn that occurred on March 13, 2013, around 2:10 a.m. at his home in the 200 block of 36th Street in Snyder, Texas. This has been an ongoing investigation that has resulted in the identification of the parties that are believed to be involved in this incident. Two arrests have been made in this incident and these two individuals are identified as: Christopher Devon Boyd, B/M, 21-years-old, of Roscoe, Texas. Boyd was taken into custody on February 11, 2016 around 5:17 p.m. in Nolan County, Texas. He is currently in the Scurry County Jail charged with capital murder. Bond is set at $500,000. Anthony Gutierrez, H/M, 26-years-old, of Sweetwater, Texas, was taken into custody on February 13, 2016, around 3:19 p.m. in Nolan County. Gutierrez is currently in the Nolan County Jail charges with capital murder. No bond has been set. Other individuals have been identified in the case. Their identities have not been released at this time. At this time, no other information will be released on this investigation as not to jeopardize the investigation or hinder locating the other parties identified in this case.

    (White) Mother Of Murdered (mixed-race) 6-Year-Old Blames Human Services For His Death
Brandon JohnsonRachel JohnsonKaren Bishop, victim's grandmotherRiley JohnsonARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. – The mother of a 6-year-old boy who was allegedly murdered by his father is speaking out. Police found the little boy stabbed to death Wednesday inside an apartment in the 7500 block of East Harvard Avenue. Rachel Johnson couldn’t have imagined the violence that her son would suffer, allegedly at the hands of his own father. Her ex-husband, Brandon Johnson, 26, is charged with the murder of their 6-year-old son Riley. Johnson said that Riley had been living with his dad in the apartment after she lost custody of Riley and his older brother, in what Rachel says were false allegations by Human Services. “My son would still be alive today if (my kids) weren’t taken from me,” Rachel Johnson said. “That’s why I’m very angry, because they placed my kids in with a murderer.” “We were there every day in court trying to fight for them,” said Karen Bishop, Riley’s grandmother.

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    Man accused of raping, beating woman in Hot Springs mall parking lot pleads guilty
Larry Lavelle JonesHOT SPRINGS, Ark. -- A man accused of raping and beating a 67-year-old woman in a mall parking lot pleaded guilty Monday. According to Court Connect, Larry Lavelle Jones, of Malvern, pleaded guilty to rape and criminal attempt to commit murder. The incident happened in September of 2014, when a mall employee told an off-duty officer that a co-worker was being attacked in the parking lot. The officer said at the time that he saw a man, later identified as Jones, walking away from the victim's car. He was taken into custody immediately. The victim was found in her car in a state of undress with several injuries to her face and torso. Not far from the victim's car was Jones' truck where the officer says he found the victim's purse in the driver's seat.

    Rape, assault reported at Economy Inn
Brent Austin MeadsLOUISVILLE, KY - A man is facing charges for allegedly raping and beating a woman at a Louisville motel. The incident happened at the Economy Inn on Bardstown Road early Saturday morning. An arrest report for Brent Austin Meads, 39, said Meads and the victim were celebrating Valentine's Day together in a room at the motel. The victim told police Meads forced her to have intercourse and choked her. She also said that during an argument, Meads threatened to kill her, punched her in the face and head, and held her head under water in a hot tub. The victim eventually got out of the room and found security.

    Milford Man Arrested for Indecent Exposure
Raymond HarrisMILFORD, Del.- Police have arrested a Milford man accused of exposing himself on a city street in early February. According to Milford police, 26-year-old Raymond Harris was performing sexual acts on the walking bridge on Maple Avenue on Feb. 1. Police arrested Harris and charged him with one count of second-degree indecent exposure. Harris was released on $500 unsecured bond.

    "Rapper" Meek Mill Sentenced For Parole Violation
Meek MillPHILADELPHIA — Rap star and Philadelphia native Meek Mill was sentenced Friday for violating his probation for a fourth time since a 2009 conviction. Judge Genece Brinkley gave rap star Meek Mill whose real name is Robert Williams 90 days house arrest, starting March 1st, for violating probation on 2009 drug and gun charges.

  • Cops: Road rage altercation (by drunken Hispanic) led to death of (White female) Calif. anti-graffiti activist
    Maruta GardnerSAN DIEGO -- A community activist was painting over graffiti in a San Diego neighborhood when she was struck by a suspected drunk driver who police say was involved in a road rage altercation. Police said 69-year-old Maruta Gardner died after being hit in the Mission Beach area Friday when the driver of a Toyota Corolla passed a Ford Mustang and went onto the shoulder. After striking Gardner, the driver sped away but was arrested a short distance away. Police said the hit-and-run was the result of a road-rage altercation. The Toyota driver - 23-year-old Jonathan Domingo Garcia - was booked for investigation of vehicular manslaughter, DUI and hit and run.

  • (Hispanic) Plano man set for execution - for murder of (White) man in 1990
    Gustavo GarciaGustavo GarciaCraig TurskiCraig TurskiA Plano man is set to be executed Tuesday after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear his latest – and likely final – appeal. In December 1990, then-19-year-old Gustavo Garcia shot and killed store clerk Craig Turski, according to police. He confessed to the crime after being arrested in connection to the murder of another store clerk the following month. Police found Garcia hiding inside a store cooler after his friend, Christopher Vargas, 15, shot and killed Gregory Marin, 18. Garcia was charged in that case but never tried.
  • Texas inmate's execution on Tuesday for 1990 slaying of Plano liquor store clerk won’t ease family's pain
    Not a day goes by that Kevin Turski doesn’t think about his brother, who was gunned down during a Plano liquor store robbery a few weeks before Christmas 1990. “We never had a Christmas after that,” said Kevin Turski, who lives in Rowlett. “It was just too hard to remember.” A little more than a year after Craig Turski’s murder, his killer was sentenced to die by injection. There were appeals. An attempted prison break. An execution date stayed. A new sentencing trial. Then more appeals. As the wheels of justice churned, both of Craig’s parents passed away. A younger brother died from cancer. His wife died just last year. But now, after more than 24 years on death row, Gustavo Julian Garcia Jr. is scheduled to be executed Tuesday night.
  • Ecclesiastes 8:11 - When a crime is not punished quickly, people feel it is safe to do wrong.

    Man had ‘no idea' brothel was being run out of Poinciana home
Tracy Mowatt, 49, and her daughter, Leslie MowattOSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. — A mother and daughter were arrested Wednesday in Osceola County on charges of running a brothel out of a house in the gated Veranda community of Poinciana. Three children were found in a locked room by undercover officers when they arrived at the house. The officers were posing as potential customers, deputies said. "They made arrangements to meet up with these women at one of their residences and when they arrived, they were solicited for sex," Osceola County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Twis Lizasuain said. Deputies said the woman tried to negotiate a $120 fee for sex. Investigators do not believe the children were involved in the prostitution operation. Tracy Mowatt, 49, and her daughter, Leslie Mowatt, 28, were targeted by investigators after authorities spotted an ad posted by the pair on Backpage.com, deputies said. The ad describes a, “pretty, mixed, thick chick” apparently in reference to Mowatt.

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Melissa Click, disgraced (blacktivist) Missouri professor, seen yelling profanity at cops in new video
Melissa ClickMs. Click, an assistant professor of communication, is seen telling cops to “back off” and “get your [expletive] hands off me” during an Oct. 10 Homecoming parade as law enforcement was trying to clear activists blocking traffic.

  • Isaiah 8:12 - Do not call conspiracy everything this people calls a conspiracy; do not fear what they fear, and do not dread it.

    (One of two) "African-American" suspects shot (African-American) Mississippi Police Officer point-blank in the face
Derrick Couchblack suspectblack suspectCLARKSDALE, Miss. — Police in northwest Mississippi are questioning a man believed to have shot a Clarksdale police officer point-blank in the face, authorities said Sunday. They are also questioning a man believed to be his accomplice in an earlier robbery Saturday evening, Clarksdale Mayor Bill Luckett said. He said it will be up to police to identify the men. The first man's father brought him to the police station Sunday afternoon, Luckett said. Officers with a search warrant found "telling evidence" at the family's home earlier Sunday, he said. The officer, Cpl. Derrick Couch, was in critical condition at the area's top trauma center, Regional One Health in Memphis, Tennessee, nursing supervisor Vivian Crawford said Sunday. Couch is on a ventilator, has lost one eye, and the bullet remains lodged in his brain, Luckett said. Couch and both suspects are African-American, he said.

    (Black) Man confesses to killing (white ex-girlfriend) Autumn Hunt, according to investigators
Akello Jeter Autumn Rayne HuntSpartanburg County Deputies have charged Akello Chinara Jeter with murder in the shooting death of Autumn Hunt after they say he confessed. Investigators say that 20-year-old Jeter confessed to being involved in the murder and was able to provide details that only the murderer would have known and the location of additional evidence. 19-year-old Autumn Rayne Hunt went missing on February 3rd, leaving her home on the East side of Spartanburg. The coroner says Hunt died from a gunshot wound to the head. Deputies say they found Hunt’s vehicle burned behind the abandoned Bi-Lo on Reidville Rd. on Feb. 8. Her body was found the evening of February 11. Jeter is also possession of a weapon during a violent crime. - (Black-on-white)

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    (Black) Politician used $1M of taxpayers’ money to host ‘parties’
James SandersGeorge "Kingfish" Stevens in the CBS television series Amos 'n' Andy.Queens lawmaker James Sanders put on free concerts, distributed flowers and gave seniors all-expenses-paid weekends in the Poconos — all with taxpayer dollars and the help of a local nonprofit whose mission was supposed to be senior housing. Sanders, a former city councilman now serving as a state senator, steered nearly $1 million in taxpayer money to Margert Community Corp. over a six-year period. The Rockaways, Queens, group in turn spent thousands in pork-barrel cash boosting the popularity of its biggest benefactor.

    Strip crash suspect does not appear in court - Lakeisha Holloway heard screaming from court
Lakeisha HollowayLakeisha HollowayJessica ValenzuelaLas Vegas, NV - The woman accused of mowing down a crowd of pedestrians on the Las Vegas Strip was supposed to appear in court on Thursday morning for a status check. However, she was so unruly that she could not be brought into the courtroom. Lakeisha Holloway, 24, could be heard screaming by people who were inside the courtroom. Instead, she was put into a holding cell after if was determined it was unsafe for her to appear in court. Holloway is accused of killing one person and injuring more than 30 more after she drove onto the sidewalk in front of Planet Hollywood. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man faces charges in Chester hit-and-run (that killed a young White woman)
Braheem ScottMary Ann BennettChester, Pa. Chester Police say a 24-year-old woman was struck and killed on 9th Street near Highland in Chester about 7:30 Tuesday morning. 35-year-old Braheem Scott is charged in the hit-and-run death of a woman in Chester early Tuesday morning. Investigators say he had a lawyer with him when he turned himself in Thursday night. "Thank God. I don't know what he was thinking or what happened," said John Gray. He is relieved to hear of the arrest. He worked with the victim, 24-year-old Mary Ann Bennett. She was a cashier at Sam & Sam Meats in Chester. "She was very friendly, bubbly, great personality and was good with everybody. We all loved her," said Gray. Investigators say Tuesday morning Scott took off from his girlfriend's residence after a domestic dispute. They say he was driving at a high speed when 3 blocks, away he allegedly hit Bennett as she was crossing the street. She was knocked 12 feet into the air and 35 feet from the scene. They say he ditched the car which they found soon after. It had been snowing that morning. "So he was driving that car we believe at a high rate of speed without clearing the snow off adequately of the windshield. There was maybe a small hole for him to see and he could probably barely see anything," said Delaware County District Attorney Jack Wheland. Meanwhile Bennett's funeral was held today as family and friends learned of the arrest and charges. Scott is charged with homicide by vehicle, involuntary manslaughter and other related offenses. Investigators say the car also had only one working windshield wiper. Scott was allegedly on parole and driving on a suspended license. - (Black-on-white)

    SC Troopers Charge (black) Driver in Fatal I-77 Hit-and-Run - that killed a White woman
Stevie Wolfe BrelandFlora M. EllenburgCHESTER COUNTY, SC -- Troopers in Chester County have obtained warrants for the arrested of the man they believe is responsible for the death of a North Carolina woman Monday on I-77. Stevie Wolfe Breland, 67, of Charleston, has been identified by authorities as the driver of a purple truck that fled the scene of the accident Monday. Officials say that Breland is currently in the Charleston County Detention Center on charges unrelated to the accident. An overturned 2000 Ford Explorer became a crime scene early Monday morning after the other vehicle involved in the crash drove away. "The information we're putting out now is the other vehicle appears to be a tractor trailer, possibly pulling a flatbed, purple in color," said Lance Corporal Gary Miller with the South Carolina Highway Patrol. Miller said investigators believe the truck ran off the right side of I-77 north after the collision near mile marker 59 just after 3 a.m. The Chester County Coroner's Office said 49-year-old Flora M. Ellenburg of Salisbury was the victim in the early morning crash. The coroner's office said Ellenburg was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from the SUV. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Woman charged with two counts of OWI (Operating While Intoxicated) homicide - (slaughtered 85-year-old White man)
Brittney R. DixonNorman "Nubs" Leroy BrummelELKHORN — A blood screen taken from a woman involved in a fatal crash in August came back positive for the presence of cocaine, Lorazepam and other drugs. On Feb. 8, the Walworth County District Attorney's Office filed two felony charges of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle against Brittney R. Dixon. The 23-year-old Elkhorn woman also was charged with a felony count of bail jumping. If convicted of all counts, she faces up to 56 years imprisonment and $210,000 in fines Elkhorn's Norman "Nubs" Brummel, 85, and Delavan's Estefania Martinez, 22, both died as a result of the crash that occurred just before 11 a.m. on Aug. 7 on State Highway 11, west of Royal Oaks Drive. According to court documents: A witness, and friend of Brummel's, told police that Brummel was driving a truck with a trailer on Highway 11. Brummel had parked his truck on the side of Highway 11 after waiving to his friend. Brummel had left his truck and was standing behind his trailer when he was struck by a Pontiac sedan. When police arrived on the scene, they found two people inside of the Pontiac. Dixon, the driver, was conscious and talking. The passenger, Martinez, was slumped over and unconscious. Dixon's blood tested positive for the presence of benzodiazepines, opiates, cannabinoids, cocaine and Lorazepam. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man charged, reward for second (black) suspect in Juniata Park murder (of White man)
Donald GreenKaheef EdwardsRasheed TancemorePHILADELPHIA -- A man has been arrested in connection with the murder of a 20-year-old man in Juniata Park last month. Police say four days after the fatal shooting they arrested 25-year-old Kaheef Edwards and charged him with murder and theft. Twenty-year-old Rasheed Tancemore is still being sought by police in connection to the crime. A $20,000 reward is being offered for tips leading to the arrest and conviction of Tancemore of West Wishart Street in Philadelphia. Police believe Edwards and Tancemore shot and killed 20-year-old Donald Green during a robbery back on Jan. 27. It happened as Green and a 19-year-old friend were leaving Edwards Grocery on Neilson Street at Hunting Park Avenue. Tancemore is described as armed and dangerous. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man headed to trial on charges of trying to kill (White) cop
Preye RobertsOfficer Gerald VenezianoNEWARK — At Preye Roberts's upcoming trial for shooting an off-duty Fairfield police officer in 2010, prosecutors may present evidence that he was later firing the same weapon outside a liquor store in Union County, a judge has ruled. Superior Court Judge Ronald Wigler handed down that ruling on Tuesday, about a month before the attorneys are scheduled to begin jury selection in the long-running case on March 8. Roberts, 29, of Nutley, is facing attempted murder and weapons charges in connection with the Jan. 30, 2010 shooting of Officer Gerald Veneziano. Roberts is accused of following Veneziano as the officer was driving his personal car on his way to work. After the two cars pulled into a parking lot near the Fairfield police headquarters, Roberts allegedly shot Veneziano multiple times. Two weeks later, Roberts was arrested for allegedly firing a gun outside a Route 22 liquor store in Union Township. Authorities later determined that weapon was the same one used in the shooting of Veneziano. - (Black-on-white)

    Teen Allegedly Involved In Shooting Of State Trooper On Vine Street Expressway Waives Preliminary Hearing
Giovanni CottoPatrick CaseySeventeen-year old Giovanni Cotto acknowledged to prosecutors and the judge that he understood the charges.

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