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    Police: Man Killed in Cortez Park Attack was Retired (White) Stockton Officer
Lauritus "Pepe" PetersonRafael WattsStockton police say a retired Stockton police officer was killed and a good Samaritan was hurt Tuesday while trying to intervene in the attack. Investigators say the incident began as a stabbing, but turned into a shooting after the good Samaritan tried to break it up. The man who was killed has been identified as retired police department Officer Lauritus "Pepe" Peterson. He was 75 years old. "He fell down and he was crying out for help," resident Albert Gayotin said, who saw this unfold from his home just two doors down from the crime scene. Peterson's law enforcement career spanned more than 30 years. He was hired with the Stockton Police Department on Sept. 9, 1968 and worked with the department until 1998. Police initially reported that the good Samaritan was killed, but later clarified that the victim was Peterson. The good Samaritan has been identified only as a 59-year-old man. He is in the hospital and is expected to survive. Officers used a K-9 to nab the suspected shooter. The suspect has been identified as 59-year-old Rafael Watts. He is facing homicide charges. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man charged with murder of (White) Middletown mom
Brandon Charles CarrBrittany RussellBrittany RussellDAYTON, Ohio – Police have arrested a man in the death of a 29-year-old Middletown mom. Brandon Charles Carr, 34, was charged with murder, Sgt. Richard Blommel said. Officers arrested him without incident on South Holloway Avenue. "We will be meeting with the prosecutors tomorrow morning," Blommel said. "We’ve already been scheduled to meet with them on the first arrest we made back on the 12th [of February]." Brittany Russell, 29, was found dead in a car parked behind an apartment complex in Dayton on Feb. 10. Russell's body was discovered just hours after she was reported missing and police began a search for her and her 6-month-old baby, who was also found in the car, unharmed. Chris Edwards, the baby's father, said he got a phone call from Carr while he was talking to police that morning two weeks ago. At the time, police were still looking for Russell and the child. Edwards said he doesn't know Carr, but some of Russell's friends said she'd gone to Dayton the night before to meet Carr's (black) brother. Russell had been shot dead, but police did not suspect a robbery. - (Black-on-white)

    2 (blacks) now charged in shooting of (White) lottery winner
Andrel PageJames WattsPatricia Manning - mother of victimWhite shooting victim (staples)LOUISVILLE, KY - Two men have been arrested in connection with the shooting of another man moments after he won $1,000 on a lottery scratch-off ticket. Investigators said they were booking one suspect into Metro Corrections, and then hours later, a second person was arrested in the Feb. 7 shooting that took place near Churchill Downs. Arrest reports for Andrel Page, 21, and James Watts, 40, state that both suspects admitted to being involved in the shooting. Page is charged with robbery and assault. Watts is charged with facilitation of robbery. "The lottery is a very big business here," Patricia Manning of the store where her 19-year-old son bought his ticket. Any day of the week, any time, you'll find someone at the Marathon Station on Taylor Boulevard buying a lottery ticket. And just a few weeks ago, Manning's son turned a $5 scratch-off into a $1,000 winner. "He called me on the phone," Manning said. "He said, 'Mom, I just won $1,000 on a lottery ticket.'" Added store owner Mehr Dad: "He was so excited to get $1,000. It was big money for him." In a matter of minutes, however, pure joy turned into anguish, and a mother heard it all play out on the phone. "The next thing I heard was some yelling and then a loud noise which I know now was a gunshot," Manning said. "He shot my son in a flat second." Dad said he's certain a man inside heard the young man celebrating the win. "I believe that someone was standing over here and I believe his partner was sitting outside in the car and when (the victim) left, I believe they followed him out," he said. The shooting took place steps away from the store on Longfield Avenue. "The guy was asking him for his lottery ticket, and when he turned around, the guy had a gun and shot him," Manning said. "So my son took the ticket out of his pocket and threw it on the ground and said, 'You didn't have to shoot me, dude.'" As for Manning’s son, his recovery continues. "We got the staples out (Tuesday), so maybe he can stand up straighter," she said. Manning said she's thankful her son feels better and thankful to the lottery as well. She said the agency helped police and honored her son's winning ticket because it was scanned and signed. "The lottery went above and beyond," she said. Manning said she's also thankful to a neighbor who rushed out with a towel to stop the bleeding, and a man who also saw the commotion and pulled over to help her son. - (Black-on-white)

    Video released of (black) suspect in Bellaire pizzeria robbery, murder (of young White man)
black killerPeter MielkePeter MielkeBELLAIRE, Texas - Bellaire police released surveillance video Tuesday, they said, showed a cold-blooded killer walking towards the Reginelli’s Pizzeria Sunday night. He is moments away from allegedly trying to rob the restaurant, then do the unthinkable: shoot and kill 19-year-old employee Peter Mielke. The video came from cameras outside the bank just across from the pizzeria. There is now a growing memorial of flowers and candles and well wishes to Peter’s family and friends. - (Black-on-white)

    (Cowardly black) Man charged in robbery, attack of 76-year-old
Daulon SampsonST. PAUL, Minn. - Charges have been filed in the attack of an elderly good Samaritan. Thirty-one-year-old Daulon Sampson was charged Monday with first-degree aggravated robbery. Police say they were called to the intersection of Milton and Lafond around 10:40 p.m. on Feb. 18 on a report of an aggravated robbery. When they arrived, they found a 76-year-old man in the middle of the intersection in front of his vehicle. He told police he had been at the SuperAmerica at the 900 block of University Avenue West when a man approached him for a ride. According to the complaint, when the 76-year-old was dropping him off, Sampson attacked and robbed him, leaving him injured in the street. The victim suffered a broken leg and arm. He is in the hospital and will undergo therapy. A police report shows Sampson has a lengthy criminal background, including theft, burglary and domestic assault.

    (Black) Rockland County Wrestling Coach Accused Of Homo Sex Abuse - raping a teen boy
Marcus StroudCLARKSTOWN, N.Y. — A volunteer wrestling coach is accused of sexually assaulting a teenage boy. Now, police in three counties want to know if there are other victims. Marcus Stroud, 18, initially met his victim through a wrestling program, Clarkstown police said. Starting in December, he used social media outlets like Snapchat to lure the boy into sexual acts, according to police. Parents are now being asked to find out if their children had any suspicious alone time with the man.

    Black Milton daycare worker accused of homo molesting boy child
Bernard BentaMILTON, Ga. -- A Milton daycare worker was arrested and charged with molestation, police said. According to Milton Police Lt. Charles Bartow, 46-year-old Bernard Benta, of Sandy Springs, is accused of inappropriately touching a juvenile male in his care. Benta was a teacher's assistant at Bright Horizons Child Care Center, police said. He is charged with child molestation and sexual assault by a school administrator. He's being held at Fulton County Jail. The mother and stepfather of the victim filed a report on the alleged incident on Feb. 11.

    Search ongoing for suspect in rape, car theft in Madison
Cordarius CaldwellMADISON, TN - One man is in jail and another is still on the run after police say a woman was raped in Madison. Cordarius Caldwell, 20, is accused of holding a woman at gunpoint and sexually assaulting her at a home on Cherry Street. A neighbor called police after hearing a woman screaming around 2:15 a.m. Wednesday. According to the Metro Nashville Police Department, officers knocked on the door but no one would answer. An officer went around the side of the home and saw the victim through a window. She said she could not get out the front door, so the officer pulled her outside. While this was happening, Caldwell allegedly jumped out of another window and ran to a gas station on Gallatin Pike, which is where he reportedly stole a car. Officers followed the car down Interstate 65 and even tried disabling it with spike strips but later had to call off the chase after Caldwell reached speeds of over 100 mph.
Zachery HunterAnother man, 21-year-old Zachery Hunter, has been arrested for allegedly failing to stop the rape and for not rendering aid to the victim. He is charged with aggravated rape and false imprisonment and is being held on a $125,000 bond. Police said Caldwell brought the victim to Nashville from Rutherford County. They reportedly got to know one another through Facebook. Caldwell is wanted for aggravated rape and false imprisonment. He may be driving a silver 2013 Chevy Impala with temporary tag number B26677. There is a dent in the bumper on the driver's side. Caldwell was last seen driving on Trinity Lane heading toward Nashville.

    Man arrested in assault of women in parking garages downtown
Floyd Crawford ST. LOUIS -- An arrest has been made after two women were attacked in parking garages downtown Thurdsay night. 44-year-old Floyd Crawford approached a woman in a parking garage elevator located on the 700 block of N. 7th St. near the Lumier Place casino. While in the elevator, Crawford allegedly reached under the victim's coat and touched the woman's genitals through her clothes. Crawford then followed another victim to a parking garage located on the 600 block of Pine. He threw the victim to the ground and slammed her face into the pavement. Probable cause statements say that Crawford held the victim down and forced himself upon her.

    Police make arrest in Fayetteville sexual assault
Desmund Louis MooreFAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Fayetteville police have made an arrest in connection with a sexual assault that took place Tuesday in the area of Ramsey Street and Andrews Road. Police arrested Desmund Louis Moore, 33. Police said Moore was out of jail on bond for a previous arrest where he was charged with first-degree rape, first-degree kidnapping and assault on a female. Police said the victim was an acquaintance of Moore. Moore was processed at the Cumberland County Detention Center where he remains on a $500,000 secure bond.

    Police charge man in alleged serial semen squirting
Michael Kevin MorrisBETHLEHEM — A media release, DNA evidence and a determined victim helped identify a man police say is a serial semen squirter. Bethlehem police issued an arrest warrant Tuesday for 57-year-old Michael Kevin Morris on indecent assault and other charges for allegedly squirting semen from a container onto a woman Monday morning in a grocery store. Morris also is wanted by police in a 2014 assault in Bethlehem where he allegedly followed a woman off a bus and squirted seminal fluid on her. Police are still looking for Morris, whose last known address was in the 300 block of West Wilkes Barre Street in Easton. Morris has an extensive criminal history dating to the 1970s in both Pennsylvania and New York for indecent assaults and open lewdness.

    Police search for sexual assault suspect
Basil Lamarr DuncanPolice in Upper Allen Township are searching for a 34-year-old man who is charged with sexually assaulting a minor. A warrant was issued for the arrest of Basil Lamarr Duncan, address unknown, and he was placed on the township police department's most wanted list Tuesday. Duncan, who has been charged with indecent assault and corruption of minors, is a bald black male with brown eyes and is 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 220 pounds.

    Man convicted of 2012 rape
Donovan Shelby MACON COUNTY, Ill. -- A man is going to prison for sexually assaulting a woman. 21-year old Donovan Shelby was found guilty of the 2012 rape of a 44-year old woman. He was arrested last year after officials found his DNA from a domestic battery case matched the assault. Shelby faces up to 15-years in prison and will have to register as a sex offender.

    Dalton Police Investigating Sex Attack On Woman At Walnut Avenue Kroger; Video Of Suspect Released
black rapistThe Dalton Police Department is investigating an assault on a woman at the West Walnut Avenue Kroger on Monday night. The suspect fled on foot towards the Longhorn Restaurant. The incident was first considered a possible carjacking attempt. However, police said Tuesday that the man groped the woman and it is being treated as a sexual assault. Police said the man became spooked when her daughter in the back seat cried out. The incident happened at approximately 8:20 p.m. When the female victim got into her car, she reported that a black male opened the passenger side door and got into the car. The suspect grabbed the victim, but got back out of the car and fled when the daughter screamed. After the suspect fled, the victim ran back into the store with her child. The suspect is a black male wearing a dark gray hoodie and jeans with black shoes standing between 5'9" and 5'11" with a medium build. The suspect has patchy facial hair.

    Village meeting bombshell: The (black) mayor slept with my wife
Demeza DelhommeA Rockland County village meeting devolved into a scene out of Maury Povich on Tuesday night when a resident accused the mayor of using his “power” to have sex with his wife. Reginald Alfred, a 48-year-old maintenance man, took the microphone at the meeting and began sharing details of how Spring Valley Mayor Demeza Delhomme was a homewrecker who ruined his 12-year marriage, according to video recorded by The Journal News. “He destroyed my house. He destroyed my family. I have two daughters,” he said during a 15-minute shouting fest that riled up city officials and other residents in the audience.
Last November, he pledged to nix any Jewish developer projects in secretly recorded conversations, saying it was payback for their lack of support in the 2013 election. And during a massive snowstorm last January, he ordered the Department of Public Works to install a generator at his girlfriend’s house.

    (Black) Irving ISD teacher, 60, accused of having sex with (female) student, 17
Farley Ashford SimonA 60-year-old Irving ISD teacher is accused of having sex with a 17-year-old student at a motel and park, police say. Farley Ashford Simon — who has worked as a JROTC instructor in Irving ISD since 2014 — was arrested Friday on charges of improper relationship between an educator and student. He was released from the Irving Municipal Jail after he posted bail. Police began investigating after the girl’s mother reported the relationship to school officials in mid-January. Irving ISD said Simon has been on paid leave since authorities learned of the allegations.

    Man arrested for animal cruelty, puppy recovering
Victor Glover Victor Glover victimINDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis man is facing animal cruelty and battery charges following a disturbance on the city’s east side. Indianapolis Metro Police arrested Victor Glover, 50, after being called to 217 Jefferson Avenue Tuesday morning. Glover and a 33-year-old woman were fighting over ownership of a puppy, according to IMPD liaison to Indianapolis Animal Care and Control Theresa Redmon. The woman was injured during the fight. The rescue group 'Every Dog Counts' said they believe the puppy was thrown to the ground. Wednesday, the group said they think the puppy can hear, but still does not seem able to see.

    Man in machete attack arrested a second time
Dwayne BennettLACKAWANNA, N.Y. - A man was attacked with a machete, requiring over 80 stitches in his arm, and police say when his attacker got out on bail he threatened to kills officers during a second altercation. Police say Dwayne Bennett, 26, of Lackawanna was caught on video attacking a 40-year-old man on Steelawanna Avenue with a machete at a store. Authorities say Bennett left the store and then a group of men pulled up in a car and continued to attack the victim. The victim was sliced along his arm and needed more than 80 stitches to close the wound.

    Men arrested for brutally beating pizza delivery man on Bourbon St. - brutally foot-stomped by pack of blacks
Rashad Hardy (left) and Derrick Pruitt NEW ORLEANS - New Orleans police arrested two men following the brutal beating of a pizza delivery driver on Bourbon St. that was caught on camera The victim was riding his bicycle in the area Sunday around 1:40 a.m. when four people stopped him. The suspects asked him to buy pizza by the slide. The pizza delivery driver told them he was not allowed to sell individual slices and they attacked him. Officers received video surveillance of the incident which showed the suspects pulling the victim off of his bike and attacking him. He was stomped and beaten while some onlookers screamed. Witnesses told police the suspects fled the scene when an onlooker tried to break up the fight. An officer spotted all four of the suspected attackers at 3:45 a.m. in the 600 block of Conti St. Police arrested Jermaine Hardy, 20 and Derrick Devante, 21, both of Laurel MS. The other perpetrators escaped and remain at large. Hardy and Pruitt were booked with second-degree battery.
  • Third suspect named in beating of Domino's delivery driver
    Tydarrious ThamesNEW ORLEANS – A third man has been identified by police and is wanted for the beating a Domino's pizza delivery driver on Bourbon Street. After receiving a tip from Crimestoppers, detectives identified Tydarrious Thames, 22, of Laurel, Miss., in the beating and attempted robbery of the pizza delivery man who was on a bicycle at the time of the attack.

    Man arrested in stabbing of Southwest Philadelphia business owner
Malcolm Pollard On October 8th officers responded to Dicks Avenue, Southwest Auto Tag Service to investigate a report of a robbery and a male stabbed inside. When officers arrived on location, they found the 62-year-old male victim lying inside suffering from numerous stab wounds all throughout his body. Police say the victim was only able to relay to officers that he had been stabbed and robbed; he was transported to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center by Medic and listed in very critical condition. Police say Malcolm Pollard, 22, was arrested in York, PA in reference to a separate matter.
  • West Philly Man Charged In Violent Robbery Of Auto Tag Business Owner
    PHILADELPHIA — Police have charged a West Philadelphia man in connection with the violent robbery and stabbing of the long-time owner of a well-known auto tag business in October. Twenty-year-old Malcolm Pollard was charged with assault, robbery and related offenses in the October 8 attack on 62-year-old Patrick Spinosa, the owner of Southwest Auto Tag Service. Spinosa’s family shuttered the business following the robbery and an unrelated burglary days later.

    Black Sports: Police explain what led to ex-Cowboy Joseph Randle’s latest arrest in Kansas
Joseph RandleAn argument at a housewarming party was the start of the latest problems for former Dallas Cowboy Joseph Randle, police said Monday. After the Wichita, Kan., homeowner asked the running back to leave his property early Sunday, he got into his car and struck three people while he was backing up, according to records. The victims included the homeowner, Loy Alexander, 29; his wife, Janee Alexander; and a friend, Kyle Gray. Police said they suffered minor injuries and declined to be taken to a hospital. Randle, a 24-year-old Wichita native, drove away but returned moments later and forced his way into the house, police Lt. James Espinoza said. When police arrested Randle, they said they found “a small amount” of marijuana. This is Randle’s fifth arrest in the last 17 months. - (Black Sports)

    Armed (bipolar black) homeless man (off his meds) tried to provoke cops to shoot him dead
Reginald ClarkA bipolar homeless man reached into his waistband in front of two Port Authority officers and pulled out a gun — trying to provoke a “suicide by cop” confrontation, sources said Tuesday. The incident began at about 3:20 p.m. Monday at the Jamaica station of the JFK Air Train when Reginald Clark, 35, was observed by Port Authority Officers Thomas Kennedy and Mathew Gilhooley placing a bag on a turnstile. The two cops demanded that Clark remove his hands from where he had put them, but the suspect refused and instead began pulling out a black gun, a source explained. Both cops were able to move in and subdue Clark, whose weapon was a Daisy air pistol. His bag on the turnstile contained a glass jar filled with BB rounds.

    Murder witness stabbed twice during fight on bus
Clyde “Yung” McGraw A 20-year-old witness to a murder was stabbed in both hands in a dispute with two men on a Bronx bus Wednesday morning, police said. Clyde “Yung” McGraw was slashed once in each hand while fighting with the men on the BX2 bus at East 181 Street and Grand Concourse about 11 a.m., police sources said. It’s unclear what sparked the fight or whether it may have been tied to the murder case, sources said. Cops had been seeking McGraw for questioning as a witness in a 2012 Bronx homicide, sources said. He has been arrested 11 times on charges that include possessing a dangerous weapon, drugs, criminal trespass, robbery and assault dating back to 2010.

    (Black) Teacher arrested for throwing (black) 'special-needs' second-grader across a hallway
Osman CoueyA teacher at a troubled Harlem elementary school with a long history of hurting kids has been arrested for his latest violent outburst, this time against a special-needs student, police allege. Osman Couey, 53, was busted on Tuesday and charged with assaulting a 7-year-old student at Public School 194.

    Police: Woman who abandoned child after Macy's theft in custody
Mahogany Ashly TerryCENTER CITY -- A woman who, police say, abandoned her young daughter while evading police at a Philadelphia department store is now in custody. 27-year-old Mahogany Ashly Terry, from the 2400 block of North 29th Street was taken into police custody late Monday night. The incident happened around 6:10 p.m. Thursday, February 11, 2016 at the Macy's in Center City. Police say Terry was apprehended by store security for retail theft. She is accused of stealing $1,400 worth of merchandise. Terry, who was accompanied by her 4-year-old daughter, was handcuffed and detained by Macy's Loss Prevention, police say. However, she was able to free herself from the handcuffs and escaped the room, leaving her daughter behind.

    Phila. Police Search For Suspect Wanted For Triple Shooting And Double Homicide
Ativa JacksonPHILADELPHIA — Police are offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of their suspect in this case, 19-year old Ativa Jackson. Authorities say Jackson was behind the shootings of three people on January 3, of this year. Police say the shootings occurred on the 100 block of West Wishart Street in the Fairhill section of the city. A Man in his 40’s died after he was shot in the back and leg. A second victim, in his 20’s, died of a gunshot wound to the back of his head. A third victim was shot in the face, but survived.



(Hispanic) Stripper mom accused of leaving (mixed-race) toddler to die in fire was being probed for neglect
Leila AquinoKalenah MuldrowThe stripper mom who ​authorities say ​left her 2-year-old daughter, Kalenah Muldrow, alone to die in a Brooklyn house fire was ​already ​being probed by city officials for child neglect. The Administration for Children’s Services have been keeping tabs on Leila Aquino since Feb. 15, when they began investigating the 20-year-old mother after receiving word that she had been leaving her little girl home alone while she went to work in a strip club. Aquino arrived home Tuesday morning to find her Bed​ford​-Stuy​vesant​ apartment in flames. Her daughter’s charred remains were found upstairs, underneath a bed where she was believed to be hiding, according to sources. She later admitted to investigators that ​​she was, in fact, stripping at an undisclosed location when the fire broke out.


  • The Trumpening
    It's fascinating to see the medias, both mainstream and conservative, scurrying around to find some explanation, any explanation, for Trump's rise that does not address the obvious: America has been the victim of the single largest invasion in human history. But Invade America Happy Time is over...
  • Cruz vs Trump on Immigration


  • Names of alleged targets provided in Minnesota terror case
    Abdirizak Mohamed WarsameMINNEAPOLIS – Prosecutors say a judge overseeing terrorism cases in Minnesota is among those who were threatened over Twitter last year, according to a court filing Wednesday. Khaalid Adam Abdulkadir, 20, is accused of tweeting threats against the judge and FBI agents after one of his friends was arrested on terrorism charges. Abdulkadir was indicted on one count of threatening to murder a federal judge, one count of threatening to murder a federal law enforcement officer, and one count of interstate transmission of a threat to injure another person. Abdulkadir is accused of posting the tweets after his friend, Abdirizak Mohamed Warsame, was arrested in December. Warsame pleaded guilty to a terrorism count earlier this month. Court documents show that one tweet included the words "kill them FBI" and the other said, "I'm kill them FEDS for take my brothers."
  • Khaalid Adam Abdulkadir
  • (Black Muslim Somali) Minnesota man pleads guilty to conspiracy to support Islamic State - Feb 11, 2016

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  • ‘Jew haters’ spread fear at CUNY colleges
    Jewish students at four City University of New York campuses are being harassed and intimidated by a pro-Palestinian student group, and the university isn’t doing enough to protect them, according to a leading advocacy group.



    "African American" Dynel Lane, accused of cutting baby from (White woman's) womb, found guilty of attempted murder
Dynel Catrece LaneMichelle WilkinsBOULDER, Colo. -- Dynel Lane, the Longmont woman accused of attacking another woman and cutting the unborn baby from her womb, was found guilty of six felony counts, including attempted first-degree murder and unlawful termination of a pregnancy, by a Boulder County jury on Tuesday morning. The 12-person jury received the case late Monday morning and deliberated until about 5 p.m. without reaching a verdict. It returned at 9 a.m. Tuesday and said it had reached a verdict just before 10 a.m. Lane showed no emotion as the judge read the verdicts that included four guilty verdicts for felony assault charges. Lane had pleaded not guilty for the March 18, 2015 attack that left Michelle Wilkins' unborn daughter Aurora dead. Wilkins went to Lane's home after responding to a Craigslist ad for baby clothes in a ghastly case that shocked many in Colorado and across the country. - (Black-on-white)

    Dead adult (white female girlfriend of black suspect) found in Detroit house identified as missing mother, child's body remains unidentified
Marcus HightowerHeidi WalkerSavannah WalkerOfficials have identified one of the bodies that was found inside a house on Detroit's east side over the weekend as a woman who went missing with her 4-year-old daughter. An AMBER Alert was issued for 4-year-old Savannah Walker just after 2 a.m. Saturday. The home is about 3.5 miles from where Savannah was last seen. The second body is believed to be Savannah. A DNA test will be needed to complete the identification because the body is so badly burned. The AMBER Alert has been canceled. Relatives were able to identify the body of 38-year-old Heidi Walker. Thirty-three-year-old Marcus Hightower remains in police custody, after turning himself in. Hightower is Walker's boyfriend. He is being held for questioning. Hightower has a criminal record dating back to 2001. He is currently on parole and has serve time for assault with a dangerous weapon, child abuse and assault with intent to do great bodily harm. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) Man shot dead by police tied to (71-year-old White) woman's murder
Ali Eisa Abdalla YahiaNorma Jean McNeeleyA man shot by Urbandale police during a drug call at a hotel last week has been connected to the murder of a 71-year-old Des Moines woman. Blood found at the scene of Norma Jean McNeeley's Jan. 24 death connected 29-year-old Ali Eisa Abdalla Yahia to the crime. Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation officials matched Yahia with DNA from blood left at McNeeley’s house on Pioneer Road in Des Moines. Yahia, who had an extensive criminal history preceding his death Feb. 13, is believed to be the only suspect in McNeeley's murder. Yahia was fatally shot by an Urbandale police officer at Holiday Inn in Urbandale on Feb. 13. Police had responded to a drug complaint, but when they arrived, a struggle ensued in the hotel lobby, and Yahia reportedly shot at officers. An officer then killed Yahia during a brief exchange of gunfire.
McNeeley’s sister, Jannita McNeeley, said hat she could hear her sister’s screams coming from the floor below that night. Because of her disabilities, Jannita could not make it down the stairs quickly enough to catch a glimpse of the killer. Jannita said she heard her sister yell “Get out,” but she couldn't hear any other voices. “She called my name, ‘Nita, Nita,'” Jannita said. “She said, ‘Oh my God,’ and was screaming.” - (Black-on-white)

    Canada: (White man) Cooper Nemeth's accused (black) killer, Nicholas Bell-Wright, was on probation at time of arrest
Nicholas Bell-WrightCooper NemethA 22-year-old man charged with second-degree murder, after Winnipeg teenager Cooper Nemeth's body was found in a garbage bin, was on probation at the time of his arrest for an assault dating back to October 2014. Nicholas Bell-Wright was arrested early Sunday morning in The Maples neighbourhood of Winnipeg. The body of 17-year-old Nemeth was found Saturday night behind a house on Bayne Crescent in the city's East Kildonan area. Bell-Wright has one prior conviction for assault based on an incident that occurred on Oct. 24, 2014, according to court documents. Audio recorded during his July 2015 hearing reveals the assault took place in a field on the grounds of River East Collegiate. Bell-Wright spotted his niece talking to a 16-year-old boy. The boy was with another teen at the time who has an intellectual disability. At the time, Crown attorney Kerri Anderson said according to statements given to police, Bell-Wright grabbed the 16-year-old boy, threw him to the ground, punched him in the face and stomach. He then threw the victim against a tree and said, "If I ever see your face in this area again, I'm going to cut your head off," Anderson said. - (Canada) - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Suspect indicted in Jessica Chambers (white female's) burning death
Quinton TellisJessica Lane Chambers and friendJessica ChambersJACKSON, Miss. — A man suspected in another homicide has been indicted in the December 2014 burning death of Mississippi teen Jessica Chambers. Quinton Tellis, 27, originally of Courtland, was indicted on capital murder charges by a special grand jury in Panola County as he sat in the Ouachita Parish Jail in Monroe, La., where he is being held on charges connected to the August 2015 death of a University of Louisiana Monroe exchange student. Tellis is believed to have been the last person to have been with Chambers the night she was killed. The two allegedly had a relationship in the weeks leading up to her death, officials said. While Chambers and Tellis were eight years apart in age, they both went to South Panola High School and grew up in the same neighborhood. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
  • Jessica Chambers Update: Last Words Of Mississippi Girl Burned Alilve Named Her Killer As 'Eric' Or 'Derrick'? - Dec 23, 2015
    The FBI and local police have started arresting black Mississippi gang members as part of “Operation Bite Back". Part of the reason police suspect that a gang member may be involved is due to reports that Jessica “spurned a relationship invitation by a black gang member” shortly before her death. More than 14 months ago, authorities discovered the blonde ex-cheerleader from Courtland, who had been set on fire. She was found on the road with burns over most of her body. She died a few hours later at a hospital in Memphis. Officials said thermal injury killed her.
  • Former ULM graduate student died from stab wound; homicide investigation ongoing - August 12, 2015
    Quinton TellisMeing-Chen HsiaoTellis was living in Monroe with his new wife when he was arrested by Monroe Police Department and charged with crimes connected to the stabbing death of Meing-Chen Hsiao, 34, of Taiwan. Local media reports say she had been missing for more than a week when her body was found Aug. 8. She had been stabbed to death in her apartment.


Dangers of interracial dating


    Troopers to Obama: Get ‘despicable humans’ like cop-killer Chesimard back from Cuba
Joanne ChesimardWerner FoersterThe head of the State Troopers Union, in a pointed letter to President Barack Obama Thursday, says Obama should demand Cuba return dozens of “despicable human beings” hiding there from U.S. justice. Among them is Joanne Chesimard, convicted of killing a New Jersey state trooper in a 1973 gunfight. The Black Panther activist, who also goes by the name Assata Shakur, remains atop the State Police Most Wanted list. Christopher Burgos, president of the State Troopers Fraternal Association of New Jersey, wrote in the letter to Obama: “Upon hearing of your planned trip to Cuba and meeting with the Castro regime dictatorship in March of 2016, I must remind you that what has been forgotten by you and your administration, is that dozens and dozens of U.S. fugitives of justice remain harbored in Cuba, given safe haven by this regime.” - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) California man arrested after threatening a woman with a pellet gun
Phillip A. R. WorshamTina SpencerIDAHO FALLS, Idaho - Idaho Falls Police arrested 21-year-old Phillip A. R. Worsham for aggravated assault after he threatened a 56-year-old Idaho Falls woman with a pellet gun Sunday afternoon. Worsham of San Jose, Calif., was booked into the Bonneville County Jail. According to reports, officers responded to the 400 block of West 19th Street around 3 p.m. for a report of a child custody disturbance. The 56-year-old woman reported to police that Worsham and 21-year-old Tina Spencer arrived at her home demanding to take the woman’s grandchild. The woman’s grandchild is the child of her son and Spencer. Worsham and Spencer were told no and asked to leave. They left. The woman then said she left her home a short time later to run an errand. At which time she noticed Worsham and Spencer following her in a truck. When the woman returned home and was walking into the house, Worsham and Spencer appeared back at the home. Worsham ran toward the woman pulling a gun from his pants. The woman ran into the house and called police. Worsham and Spencer fled the scene but were later stopped by Idaho State Police on Interstate 15 in Pocatello. ISP seized a pellet gun from the vehicle.

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    3 (black) gang members sentenced for 2014 gang rape
Daqwan Morris, Shameek Young and Paul BrownBUFFALO, N.Y. -- Three gang members were sentenced for a vicious rape on Monday. Erie County Officials say that 18-year-olds, Daqwan Morris, Shameek Young and Paul Brown were sentenced for their roles in a vicious 2014 gang rape of a single victim on Buffalo’s East Side. Morris was sentenced to seven years in prison followed by sever years post-release supervision. Young was sentenced to nine years in prison with seven years post-release supervision and Brow was sentenced one and a third to four years in prison. The rape occurred in the summer of 2014 when Morris invited the victim to his house and then overpowered and raped her for several hours. All three of the men were self-identified gang members.

    Disrespect over cheesy garlic knots turns violent at Palm Coast Pizza
Pizza suspectsPALM COAST — A disagreement over cheesy garlic knots sparked a melee inside a Palm Coast pizzeria and led to four arrests late Friday night, according to deputy reports. Jessica Conti, 25, Vincent Conti, 23, Hareem Jones, 26, and Shawn Cody, 32, were all charged with burglary and criminal mischief in connection with the incident. Jones was also booked on a count of marijuana possession. All four of the Palm Coasts suspects had been released from jail by Sunday afternoon – Jones on $2,000 bail and the other three on $1,500 bond.

    Cops nab Negro suspect accused of raping woman in office building
Maurice ScottPolice arrested a 28-year-old man who was wanted for allegedly raping and robbing a woman inside a Staten Island office building. Maurice Scott was nabbed just before midnight Monday for allegedly raping, then robbing the 44-year-old victim Friday at 5:30 p.m. inside a building on Forest Avenue, cops said.

  Bill Cosby - black rapist

    2 teens charged in Rock Hill, S.C., puppy shooting
De’Monte Ty’Juan Douglas"Brody" - victimRock Hill, S.C., Police have arrested two teenagers they say tortured a 6-week-old puppy by shooting it nearly 20 times with a BB gun and throwing a knife at it. The suspects, ages 14 and 17, were arrested Tuesday and charged with cruelty to animals, according to Capt. Mark Bollinger. De’Monte Ty’Juan Douglas, 17, was placed in the Rock Hill city jail, where he remained without bond Tuesday afternoon. Per state law, the 14-year-old’s identity is protected because of his age. He was petitioned to Family Court by detectives and released to a parent pending a court appearance, Bollinger said. Warrants state Douglas and the 14-year-old shot the puppy 18 times with a BB gun and threw a knife at it, torturing it “without reason or cause.” Both suspects live at Wildwood Spring Apartments, where a utility worker on Sunday saw a group of 15 to 20 juveniles playing with a black puppy. A few minutes later, the worker went to check on the puppy and saw it was “bleeding heavily” from multiple wounds, police have said. Officers spoke with the teens, who told them “someone who stays in the apartment complex had stabbed the puppy and shot the puppy with a BB gun,” the report states. The puppy was taken to Ebenezer Animal Hospital, where veterinarians found 18 BB pellets lodged in the dog’s skin and muscle and a number of intestinal parasites.

    (Black) Transgender (male prostitute) Woman Stabbed to Death in Frankford
Maya YoungPolice are investigating stabbing death of a transgender woman in Philadelphia's Frankford neighborhood this weekend. Maya Young, 25, was found at 11:50 p.m. Sunday along the 4800 block of Penn Street with multiple stab wounds to her neck and chest, police said. She was lying on the street when officers arrived. Police rushed the woman to nearby Aria Frankford Hospital for treatment. She died about 20 minutes later.
  • Deuteronomy 23:18 - Thou shalt not bring the hire of a whore, or the price of a dog, {a male cult prostitute}
    into the house of the LORD thy God for any vow; for even both these are abomination unto the LORD thy God.




Police: Illegal immigrant used fake paperwork to seek state ID
Luis De La CruzFORT EDWARD | An illegal immigrant from the Dominican Republic was arrested Monday after he allegedly used fake paperwork to try to get a state non-driver identification card from the state Department of Motor Vehicles Office in Fort Edward, police said. Luis De La Cruz, 39, was charged with first-degree filing a false instrument and criminal possession of a forged instrument after an investigation by DMV and the Washington County Sheriff's Office. De La Cruz had a fake Social Security card and other documentation that he presented at the DMV office. Staff there became suspicious when he did not speak any English.




  • 4 indicted in US on charges of violating Iran sanctions
    SEATTLE – A man arrested at the U.S.-Canada border last week is one of four people accused of conspiring to violate trade sanctions by sending technical equipment to Iran — some of which ended up with the Iranian military, a prosecutor said Tuesday. Shahin Tabatabaei, of Vancouver, Canada, was arrested entering Washington state at Lynden, north of Seattle, on Friday, the FBI said.

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Former Leo Baeck Jewish Day School director David Prashker charged in connection with child-pornography offences in California.
David PrashkerA man who resigned as director of a Toronto private school in 2008 over graphic poems on his website is now facing child-pornography charges in California. On Monday, the district attorney of Contra Costa County in the San Francisco Bay area charged David Prashker, 60, with possession of child pornography and attempting to destroy evidence. County investigators went to search Prashker’s home in Lafayette, Calif. on Feb. 18. When they arrived, Prashker allegedly ran to the back of the house and threw a laptop out a second-storey window into the backyard. The district attorney’s office said that forensic examiners later found evidence of child pornography on the laptop. Prashker had recently worked as a substitute teacher at two private schools in Contra Costa, the district attorney said. He has also worked at schools in London and Miami. From 2004 to 2008, Prashker was director of Leo Baeck Jewish Day School, a kindergarten-to-Grade-8 private school with campuses in Thornhill and just west of Forest Hill. The writings contained vivid sexual imagery and profane language, and one piece began with the line “The first act of killing is the hardest”



  • OPM cyber chief resigns ahead of data breach hearing
    Donna Seymour, the chief information officer for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, announced her resignation on Monday, two days before she was scheduled to testify before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee about the massive data breach that affected more than 20 million federal employees and contractors.




  • Indiana man off his meds called his alleged hatchet attack on female Chinese exchange student ‘ethnic cleansing’
    When the reportedly self-described “white supremacist” spotted 18-year-old Yue Zhang, she was taking photos for a school project about her new home. As Zhang, a Chinese exchange student at Brown County High School, held her camera lens up to the streets of downtown Nashville, Ind., last Thursday, she heard a man yelling in her direction. “I am going to kill you,” the man allegedly said before she started to run. The next thing Zhang knew, a sharp object had pierced her back. The man was slashing her with a hatchet, creating 2-inch deep lacerations that would have been fatal were it not for Zhang’s thick coat. Police promptly arrested 59-year-old Dana Ericson for the attack. He was formally charged with attempted murder, aggravated battery and battery causing serious injury on Monday. Ericson admitted to police that he is a white supremacist and that he targeted Zhang because of her race. Ericson has previously been arrested on charges of battery, intimidation, stalking and others, but many were dismissed after he agreed to mental health treatment. Ericson hadn’t taken his medication the day of the stabbing.


  • Pat Buchanan: Donald Trump’s Rise Is Rejection of a Quarter Century of Bush Republicanism
    In an exclusive statement to Breitbart News, Pat Buchanan declared that Trump’s rise represents a rejection of 25 years of Bush Republicanism— an ideology which Buchanan says has destroyed America’s once-great manufacturing core, flooded the country with low-skilled workers, and drained the treasury with ill-advised foreign adventures in the Middle East.

  • Trump Insider: Trump Will AUDIT THE FED - The Alex Jones Channel
    Alex Jones talks with Trump insider and former Trump adviser Roger Stone about Donald Trump's position on the Federal Reserve as well as what sort of Supreme Court appointment we would see from President Trump.

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    'I’ll never forgive you. There’s nothing worse than a half-black': Woman shames her racist father on Twitter after he sent her letter threatening to disown her over 'disgusting' relationship with black man
    Stephanie Hicks with her black thingA young woman has publicly shamed her racist father after he sent a letter saying her family would leave her homeless and never speak to her again if she continued to date a black man. Stephanie Hicks from Keller, Texas, shared the vile note on Twitter in which she was told she had 'disrespected her family in every way' by having a boyfriend with a different skin colour to her. The dad, who claimed to be a Christian, gave her a final ultimatum - saying there were three empty suitcases waiting for her belongings to be packed in if she stayed with her partner, called "Nike".
  • Black Males & White Females : Deadly Combination?
  • Miscegenation; a severe health risk for white females
    According to the study, white females married to black males are 12.4 times more likely to be murdered by their husbands than white females married to white males. The same study shows that white men married to black women are 21.4 times more likely to be murdered by their wife than white men married to white women. The study shows that white women married to black men have the single highest risk of death by femicide of any married women in the US.

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    73-year-old booked with sexual battery of a female relative
Alex HenryJefferson Parish Sheriff's Office investigators have arrested a 73-year-old man accused of inappropriate behavior with a female relative, authorities said. Alex Henry, of 949 W. Kruger Lane, near Westwego, was booked Tuesday (Feb. 16) with oral sexual battery, sexual battery and indecent behavior with a juvenile, arrest reports said. The victim, who is now an adult, contacted the Sheriff's Office in December to report the abuse. The woman told investigators Henry inappropriately touched her when she was between the ages of 6 and 19, according to Sheriff's Office reports.

    Black accused of assaulting store clerk with baseball bat during robbery - taken down by K-9 named 'Colt'
Gedeon KarasiK9 dog - not same dog 'Colt'MANCHESTER, N.H. —A man has been accused of robbing a convenience store and assaulting a store clerk. Gedeon Karasi, 22, was apprehended by Manchester police Sunday morning after robbing the 61 Market. Karasi attacked a 22-year-old employee before fleeing with an undisclosed amount of cash. During the course of the robbery, the clerk was struck numerous times with a baseball bat, as well as Karasi’s fists. He sustained head and facial injuries as a result of the attack and was transported to the Elliot Hospital where he was treated for a laceration to the chin and multiple contusions. A brief foot pursuit ensued before Karasi was apprehended by Brandreth's K-9, Colt, and taken into custody. Karasi is being charged with attempted murder, first-degree assault and robbery. He was taken to the hospital for treatment for a dog bite.

    ('Gay' queen faggot Sodomite LGBT) Former Metairie playground coach charged with raping, sexually abusing boys
James Prince JrJames Prince Jr., a former football, baseball and basketball coach at two playgrounds in Metairie, was charged with sexually abusing four of his former players when they were young boys. A Jefferson Parish grand jury Thursday (Feb. 18) indicted Prince, 44, of Metairie. He faces one count of aggravated rape of a victim under the age of 13, four counts of sexual battery, four counts of indecent behavior with a juvenile and nine counts of production of pornography involving juveniles. Prince, known as "Coach Jim," worked for 25 years as a volunteer, mostly at Girard Playground, 5300 Irving St., Metairie, before his Oct. 23 arrest.



Execution date set for black throat-slitting killer of disabled White woman in 2004 - despite Ohio not having lethal drugs
James FrazierMary StevensonCOLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio Supreme Court has set an execution date for a condemned killer over the objection of two justices who question establishing dates when the state doesn't have any lethal drugs. The court ruled 5-2 on Friday to schedule James Frazier's execution for Oct. 17, 2019. He is set to die for the 2004 slaying of a woman in a Toledo apartment building where both lived. The decision means Ohio now has 25 death row inmates with firm execution dates beginning early next year at a time when the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction still can't find drugs to put them to death with. Justice Paul Pfeifer (PEYE'-fuhr) says in a dissenting opinion that it serves "no rational purpose" to continue to set execution dates without drugs on hand. This story has been corrected to show Ohio has 25 inmates with firm execution dates, not 26. - (Black-on-white)

  • U.S. appeals court upholds death penalty for convicted Toledo murderer - 10/27/2014
    Frazier was attending a crack cocaine party late on the night March 1, 2004, or early the next morning. Frazier apparently robbed Ms. Stevenson for money when the party ran short of drugs.
  • Stabbing victim is mourned - 3/4/2004
    Mary Stevenson didn t let her speech impediment or other disabilities get in her way. For example, the 49-year-old North Toledoan used a typewriter to put “From Mary” on pieces of paper she stuffed into Christmas cards, family and friends said yesterday. That s why it s so hard for them to understand who could slit the throat of the well-liked woman inside her Northgate Apartments residence.
  • Ecclesiastes 8:11 - When a crime is not punished quickly, people feel it is safe to do wrong.

    Black Sentenced for 2013 Fatal Beating of Elderly (White) Woman in San Bernardino-Area Home Invasion
Freddie WestonLorna GableA 36-year-old man has been sentenced to 25-years-to-life in state prison for the 2013 murder of an 84-year-old woman during a robbery at her San Bernardino-area home, prosecutors announced Friday. Freddie Weston pleaded guilty on Feb. 1 to first-degree murder, and on Wednesday Superior Court Judge J. David Mazurek handed down the sentence, according to a statement from the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office. Lorna Gable called authorities shortly before 4:30 a.m. on Jan. 19, 2103, and reported that an intruder was inside her home in the 900 block of 40th Street. After Weston realized she was awake, he “brutally” beat her and her 96-year-old husband, William Gable, prosecutors and sheriff’s officials said. Lorna Gable was hospitalized following the incident; she died about a month later. Her husband survived the assault. - (Black-on-white)

    Black teen arrested after violent car-jacking (of White man) in west Harris County
Terry HughesDa Vuan JohnsonDa Vuan JohnsonHOUSTON - A 62-year-old man is recovering after being viciously attacked in his own driveway. Terry Hughes had just pulled up behind his home in the 6000 block of Montauk in west Harris County, not far from Cypress, when he said a man ran up behind him. “He put his hand on my mouth, and I couldn’t breathe, and he was trying to choke me, and then I passed out,” Hughes said. “It was only for a couple of seconds, because when I woke up, he was already in the car.” Hughes was banged up during the struggle. His arms and hands are all scraped and bloodied, and he can barely move his neck, but he said his physically wounds will heal much faster than his emotional ones. “I’m just afraid,” he said. “I don’t even want to go out there.” A neigbor called police about a suspicious Negro in the neigborhood. Investigators took him in for questioning where they said he eventually confessed. Da Vuan Johnson, 18, is now facing robbery charges. According to court records, the teen is currently out of jail on bond after being arrested in December for breaking into someone’s home. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Enterprise murder victim bound and blindfolded, (soulless black) suspect arrested
James Matthew HillDavid Montel CunninghamENTERPRISE -- The suspect in the stabbing death of an Enterprise man could face the death penalty if convicted of capital murder. David Montel Cunningham, 20, was arrested Thursday night and charged with capital murder for the stabbing death of James Matthew Hill, 33, of Enterprise. The two men were thought to be roommates, but it is unclear how long they had lived together, Hill’s body was found in his duplex home on the 100 block of Walding Street, off East Lee Street. He had been blindfolded, bound and stabbed multiple times in the head, neck and shoulders, Jones said. A knife has been recovered, but it has yet to be determined if it is the murder weapon, Jones said. “It was a very brutal murder,” he said. Anderson said he felt strongly that he would pursue the death penalty in the case, but that he has not formally filed the paperwork to do so. “It was one of the worst things I’ve seen,” he said. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Miami woman, 23, may have been romantically involved with the (black) roommate who 'beat and knifed her into a coma
    (White) Miami woman, 23, left in a coma after she was 'attacked by (black) roommate she found on CRAIGSLIST who strangled her and cut her up on her birthday'
    Byron MitchellDanielle JonesDanielle JonesA young woman from Miami has been in a coma for a week after her family said she was attacked by her roommate, a 35-year-old man she met on Craigslist. Byron Mitchell assaulted Danielle Jones, 23, just a week after he moved in with her in a downtown Miami apartment, Jones's mother, Aimee Nikolove, said. He strangled her and cut her up on the night of her 23rd birthday. Jones has a brain injury, multiple scars on her face and neck and Nikolove doesn't know if or when her daughter will wake up. Kaitlin Cabot, Jones's cousin, said in a Go Fund Me post: 'She is in a coma, intubated and holding on to life... If and she wakes, she will need extensive care and rehabilitation.' Mitchell has been charged for attempted murder. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Young Hispanic woman beaten, robbed at college in Long Beach; violent criminal black thug sought
Carolina Herrerablack thugLONG BEACH, Calif. - A young woman attacked, beaten and robbed at Long Beach City College detailed her horrifying encounter Friday night in hopes of spreading the word to other potential victims. Carolina Herrera was walking from class to a school parking lot in the 4900 block of E. Carson Street at about 9:20 p.m. when she was approached by a suspect and punched several times, according to Long Beach police. "I felt him grab me and he just started punching me over and over again in my face, and he wouldn't let go," Herrera said. "I tried to push him but he wouldn't let go. That's when I started screaming." In the struggle, the unidentified suspect grabbed her phone and fled. "He grabbed my hand with my phone and started hitting me in the face until I started screaming louder," she said. "That's when I got the cut, and he ran away." The 19-year-old was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries to her head. The suspect was described as a black man in his early 20s, between 5 feet 7 inches tall to 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs about 150 pounds. He was last seen wearing a black shirt with horizontal stripes on half of his shirt, along with black pants.


    Video shows (Asian) Washington state store clerk in shootout with (black) armed robber
Tyrone Prophet JrSeul LimSurveillance video from a Washington state convenience store captured a dramatic scene as a female clerk exchanged shots with a would-be robber. Clerk Seul Lim, 30, and the accused gunman Tyrone Prophet Jr., 23, each got off one shot, authorities told Q13 Fox. His bullet struck Lim in the abdomen. Hers just missed his head.


A Hispanic and a Black were arrested for the murder of two elderly White women
Andrew Lauro and Montez Wright IIIRuth SchwedBarbara LeslieSURPRISE, AZ - Police have arrested two men in connection with a double homicide in Surprise on Feb. 9. Andrew Lauro, 24, of Goodyear was apprehended Friday. His arrest led investigators to a second suspect, Montez Wright III, 23, who was taken into custody in Southfield, MI. "When police arrived, they were able to look through a window and they saw what they believed were two subjects laying (sic) on the ground," said Sgt. Norm Owens of the Surprise Police Department during a Wednesday morning news conference. "They were able to make entry into the home at which time police discovered two female victims that had been shot." During the incident inside of Barbara Leslie's home, the 70-year-old resident of Surprise, and Ruth Schwed, 75, of Albuquerque, NM, were shot and killed.

    Bodies found in Detroit home believed to be missing (White) girl who prompted AMBER Alert - black ex-con 'boyfriend' wanted
Marcus HightowerSavannah WalkerTwo bodies found inside a house on Detroit's east side are believed to be that of a missing 4-year-old girl and her mother. According to police, an AMBER Alert was issued for 4-year-old Savannah Walker just after 2 a.m. Saturday. The home is about 3.5 miles from where Savannah was last seen. The other body is believed to be Savannah's mother. That AMBER Alert is still active. Michigan State Police are looking for 33-year-old Marcus Hightower. He's described as a black male, with brown eyes and black hair. Police have recovered the black Ford Explorer they were looking for as part of a second investigation on the city's east side. Detroit Police Chief James Craig said the investigation started Tuesday when the family of the mother and Savannah reported them missing in Livingston County. It is believed the two were taken from Howell to Detroit. According to Craig, there were indications that something more should have been done by Livingston County and there was a communication delay. The woman's other daughter went to the Brighton Michigan State Police post on Friday afternoon to get more help. With the information given, and a history of domestic violence with Hightower, they put out an AMBER Alert around 2 a.m. Saturday. Craig said the bodies were found in an abandoned home on a lower level. Fire crews received the call around 5 a.m. Hightower has a criminal history, and is currently out on parole for Assault with Intent to Commit Murder. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Two NYPD cops wounded in possible friendly fire incident after wild Brooklyn car chase, shootout with suspect armed with .357 Magnum
Jamal FunesJamal FunesAndrew YurkiwTwo Brooklyn cops were wounded early Saturday in a wild car chase and shootout with a gun-toting suspect who slammed his vehicle head-on into a patrol car, police said. One of the injured cops survived when a bullet fired by the suspect slammed into his bullet-proof vest during the 3 a.m. gunfight, which ended with the wanted man shot several times. Jamal Funes, 34, opened fire on the eight officers who surrounded his crashed Nissan Maxima shortly after he pointed a .357 Magnum at cops and sped off around 3 a.m. in Bedford-Stuyvesant, police said. The investigation now indicates one or both of the wounded officers were struck by friendly fire as the cops unloaded more than 30 shots at the suspect’s car, said NYPD spokesman Stephen Davis. Six of the eight officers blasted back at Funes, who had the gun in his hand when the smoke finally cleared. The two wounded plainclothes anti-crime officers were identified by sources as William Reddin and Andrew Yurkiw, who suffered blunt force trauma when the bullet hit his vest.

    Man on Valentine’s Day shooting: ‘It was an accident’ - Black man killed his white girlfriend
Deangelo GainesKayla BabickBATTLE CREEK, Mich. — A Battle Creek man whose girlfriend died on Valentine’s Day said he doesn’t know how his gun went off, fatally wounding her. “It was an accident. We were both caught off guard,” Deangelo Gaines said of the Sunday incident. “I don’t know.” Gaines said that he had placed his .45-caliber handgun on his bed. He said he and his girlfriend, Kayla Babick, were lying on the bed together when the gun fired. “I’m sitting there, just on my phone, and I hear a gunshot and she jumps up,” he said. “I’m like, my gun just went off.” Babick was shot in the abdomen. She rushed downstairs, Gaines following her. “I raced down there after her and she’s laying on the floor,” he remembered. “I pick her up. My mom gives me a towel. I put it on her wound. I’m rubbing her hair and I’m trying to talk to her and let her know that I was here. And I was like, ‘Can you hear me?’ And I felt her head nod a little bit. And she took a deep breath, and she just stopped breathing.” Babick, 24, left behind two children. Her funeral is scheduled for Feb. 21. Gaines and Babick had known each other for years and had been dating since November. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Interracial couple charged with Calhoun County murder
JaShon Coleman and Breanna WestmorelandPITTSBORO, Miss. —Two people have been charged in the Highway 32 gas station murder investigation in Calhoun County, where businessman James Pratt was killed in Bruce, authorities said. Breanna Westmoreland, 19, of Banner, and JaShon Coleman, 21, of Derma, were charged with capital murder in connection with the Feb. 18 death of Pratt, investigators said. The two suspects were each being held in the Calhoun County Jail on $1 million bond.
  • Bruce shooting victim identified
    At least one of the people being questioned (the black) worked with the victim, James Pratt, 31, of Weir, at the Haworth seating plant in Bruce. An officer on patrol spotted a car in the parking lot of a bait shop around 12:30 a.m. Friday. When the officer looked inside the car, he saw a body that had been shot multiple times. Pratt was pronounced dead at the scene.
  • Multiple media outlets have reported that Coleman and Westmoreland are a couple
    Coleman was a former co-worker of Pratt's at the Haworth seating plant in Bruce. The Calhoun County Sheriff told the paper that Pratt was inside a vehicle with Coleman, when the latter demanded money. “Coleman then got out and got into the car driven by his girlfriend, Westmoreland.”

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