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    Two (black) men charged with first degree murder in shooting death of (White) Carbondale musician Tim Beaty
John Ingram and Travis TylerTime BeatyJohn Ingram and Travis Tyler have been charged with first degree murder in the death of Tim Beaty, a Carbondale musician who was killed in a shooting on Easter Sunday in Carbondale. - (Black-on-white)
  • Friends remember Tim Beaty
    A house party on the 400 block of West Walnut Street ended in gunfire about 2 a.m. Sunday following an altercation, according to Carbondale police. Beaty, 41, was an uninvolved bystander struck and killed by a stray bullet while in his bed at home.

    Knock-Out Game - (White man) walking down street attacked from behind by four feral fatherless black thug punks
Albany, NY - On Tuesday, June 14th a man wearing a brown tee-shirt, with a red shopping bad slung over his shoulder, while walking southbound on Quail Street toward Central Avenue in Albany, was attacked from behind by four coward punks. The victim was treated for minor injuries at Albany Medical Center. If you recognize any of cowards, contact Albany Police. - (Black-on-white)

    Authorities arrest (black) suspect in Hunt County double murder of (white girlfriend) and mother - 'Don't, Tyrone! Don't, Tyrone!'
Tyrone Jamaal WilliamsVicki Ann Gonzales and Nichole Elizabeth GonzalesHUNT COUNTY, Texas - A manhunt is over for a double murder suspect accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and another woman. Tyrone Jamaal Williams, 30, was taken into custody after more than eight hours on the run in Hunt County. The victims are identified as Vicki Ann Gonzales, 51, and Nichole Elizabeth Gonzales, 27, The Commerce Police Department and the Hunt County Sheriff's Office responded to a home in the 7300 block of Highway 50 after receiving a 911 call from the home around 1:30 p.m. on Friday. During the 911 call, dispatchers heard a woman screaming in the background. "A woman was screaming. We could hear other noises in the background," said Sheriff Randy Meeks. "She was just screaming, 'Don't, Tyrone! Don't, Tyrone!'" Once officers arrived at the home, two woman were found dead. An 18-month-old and a newborn baby were found in the home unharmed.They were turned over to CPS. Williams' vehicle was found three miles south of the murder scene. Williams has a short criminal record. The sheriff says he was arrested once before for theft and also confirmed they'd been out to the home before to investigate him for a vandalism case. He said Williams may have slashed the tires and keyed a car at the home before. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (LGBT-Queer dirty deviant black) Williston man arrested for engagning in sexual acts with a young boy
Donnie Porter IIA man in Williston has been arrested after he engaged in sexual acts with a young boy. Williston Police say Donnie Porter II was arrested on Tuesday after they received a report about an incident that took place Monday night. Authorities say the 39-year-old man performed sexual acts on the 15-year-old boy. According to court documents, Porter admitted to a Williston Police Department detective that he did engaged in those sexual activities. Porter is being charged with two felony counts of corruption or solicitation of minors. Porter is being held at the Williams County Correctional center on a $250,000 bond. Porter's next court appearance will be on Aug. 4.


Woodbridge man arrested for 2007 attempted abductions
Justin Wingate Poe ARLINGTON, Va. - A Woodbridge man has been arrested for two attempted abductions dating back to 2007 after his DNA was connected to a recent sexual assault of a woman sleeping in her Arlington home last month. Arlington County police said 34-year-old Justin Wingate Poe was identified as a possible suspect in the 2007 cases after police recovered DNA evidence on May 15 in an investigation where a woman reported waking up inside her home in the 700 block of N. Edgewood Street and being sexually assaulted. The suspect fled after the attack.

  • Man sexually assaults sleeping woman in her Arlington home - May 16 2016
    ARLINGTON, Va. - Arlington County police are searching for a man who sexually assaulted a 25-year-old woman while she was sleeping in her Arlington home over the weekend. The assault happened at around 5 a.m. Sunday morning in the 700 block of N. Edgewood Street. Police say a woman “awoke to an unknown male sexually assaulting her.” After the attack, he fled the scene. Police are looking for a man in a tan four-door sedan, who was last seen wearing a black hooded shell jacket with a hood.

    PERRIS: Local man arrested in child-rape case
Brian Lamont Brown A 47-year-old Perris man is being held in a child-rape case, sheriff's officials say. Brian Lamont Brown was arrested at 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 15, along Frederick Street in Moreno Valley and booked for investigation of rape, forcible sodomy, lewd activity and oral copulation with a child under the age of 14, jail records show. His bail is $150,000. The case began June 7 with a report of a sexual assault on a teenage girl, Sgt. Glenn Williams said in a written statement. Deputies served a search warrant Wednesday at Brown's home on Ironwood Court in Perris, about a mile southwest of Lake Perris. Brown wasn't home during the raid, but deputies found and arrested him soon afterward in Moreno Valley.

    Girl, 16, accusing eight (black) teenagers of (gang) raping her in vacant Fort Lauderdale house
gang rape suspectsFive teens are accused of raping a 16-year-old girl in a harrowing ordeal — some of it videotaped — at a vacant Fort Lauderdale home. Police are searching for three more suspects. The girl met her boyfriend, James Dorelus, around noon May 4 at an abandoned house in the 1000 block of Northwest First Avenue. According to a Fort Lauderdale police report, she gave this account: Several of her boyfriend's friends arrived at the house. The girl told police she got suspicious and tried to leave. One teen started to fondle her. When she pushed him away and headed toward the door, the teen said, "No, no, no. Get her." Two other teens grabbed her, but she broke free, ran into a bathroom and tried to bar the door. But one of the teens forced his way in and demanded sex, she said. Over the next several hours, she was held against her will and forced to engage in sexual acts with the eight suspects. Police arrested Dorelus, as well as Stervenson Isma, 16, Amazan Robensky, 17, Woolvens Bazile, 18, and Olbry Pierre. Isma, Robensky and Bazile were each charged with seven felony counts of sexual assault. They remain in jail without bond on prior unrelated juvenile charges, court records show. Police arrested Dorelus, as well as Stervenson Isma, 16, Amazan Robensky, 17, Woolvens Bazile, 18, and Olbry Pierre. Isma, Robensky and Bazile were each charged with seven felony counts of sexual assault.

    Bi-sexual gold-toothed (black) man arrested in home invasion, sex assault of two women and a man
Schadrack JeanUpdate: Police on Friday arrested a 31-year-old man in connection to the home invasion and rape of three people on May 21 in northeast Miami-Dade. Schadrack Jean is facing several charges, including armed sexual battery, aggravated assault with a firearm, home invasion robbery and battery. He is being held without bond. Original Story: Detectives are seeking a gold-toothed robber who broke into a home in northeast Miami-Dade and sexually assaulted three residents. The incident occurred around 6 a.m. on May 21 in the vicinity of Northeast 195th Street and Second Avenue, according to Miami-Dade police. The man forced his way into the residence and approached the three victims - two women and a man in their 20s - from behind while pointing a black pistol at them. The three were robbed and sexually assaulted, police said.

    Police: Eugene man forced runaway minor into prostitution
Darryl Tyrone NorwoodEugene, Ore. — A Eugene man pleaded guilty to a sex trafficking charge after police say he forced a runaway minor into prostitution. The Eugene Register Guard reports 29-year-old Darryl Tyrone Norwood was arrested in 2014 after a Eugene Police officer answered an online advertisement. The 16-year-old runaway girl later told police she was forced by Norwood to have sex for money and give all of the cash to him and his uncle. Norwood could face anywhere from 10 years to life in prison.

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    (Black female) Nashville woman accused of robbing man while performing sex act in car
Jonisia MorrisNASHVILLE, Tenn.--A 25-year-old Nashville woman is facing charges of theft and indecent exposure after robbing a man while she was performing a sex act. According to the arrest report, Jonisia Morris was "performing oral sex on the victim while sitting in a car located at the Clarion Hotel." While performing the act, Morris allegedly removed the man's wallet from his pants pocket while his pants were down around his ankles.

    (Black female) Decatur woman arrested for alleged kitten abuse
Alexus Lowerywicked witch red shoes"a small black and white kitten - (from Google images)DECATUR - The Macon County Sheriff's Office has arrested a Decatur woman in connection with an investigation into the abuse of a kitten that was caught on video. The Macon County Sheriff's Office says deputies were dispatched to Macon County Animal Control at about 8:20 p.m. to take a statement about cruel treatment to animals. Upon arriving, deputies say they obtained a video showing someone kicking a small black-and-white kitten with "such force that indicatively caused injury and or death." Authorities say the video showed a pair of bright orange or red colored shoes, which were worn by the individual who struck the kitten. Deputies also say that the video was captured by a Facebook post, and that the post had messages pertaining to Alexus Lowery as allegedly being the person who kicked the kitten.

    3 charged in Cary home invasion robbery
John Battle, Tycorey Taborn, and Justin AtwaterCARY -- The Cary Police Department says three people are charged in an early-morning home invasion style robbery on Sandy Whispers Place Thursday. John Battle, 23, of Dawkins Street, Durham, is charged with felony robbery with a dangerous weapon, felony second degree kidnapping, and felony first degree burglary; Tycorey Taborn, 24, of Old Zebulon Road, Wendell, and Justin Atwater, 16, of Dawkins Street, Durham, are charged with felony accessory after the fact. All three were in the Wake County jail Saturday morning. Battle is also accused in two other armed robberies. One happened at a popular Kangaroo convenience store on Harrison Avenue in May. He is accused of stealing $350 worth of cigarettes, lottery tickets, and cash. The other robbery was at a Quality Mart on Chapel Hill Road near I-40 on Wednesday around 5 a.m., less than 24 hours before the home invasion. Taborn was charged in that crime. The two men allegedly store $220 worth of cigarettes and cash.



    Black woman's decapitation may have been over $5 dispute - black neighbor charged
James A. EdwardsNEWARK — Every time Shuquan Davis drives down the one-way street to his apartment, he remembers what his mother's decapitated body smelled like. The mutilated remains of his 50-year-old mother, Pamela Davis, were discovered by police on Nov. 9 in a neighbor's garage in the 800 block of South 11th Street, just seven buildings from where her family still lives. "Fifty years she lived, just to be brutally murdered," Shuquan said during an interview on Monday outside the apartment complex he lives in with his brother, sister and grandfather. "It's just not fair." His mother went missing Oct. 30. Shuquan, 32, said his family and friends tried calling local hospitals and jails to find her. Calvin Beeks, a 55-year-old who was dating Pamela when she was killed, said he wandered the streets at night, hoping to come across her. In the days following, neighbors complained of a stench near the home of Davis's neighbor, James A. Edwards. It "smelled like a dead cat," said Beeks, who goes by the nickname "Amin". Shuquan said his 5-foot-2, 100-pound mother fought back during the altercation with Edwards.

    (Black) Woman Who Tweeted Threats to Black Students at Kean University Gets Jail Time
Kayla-Simone McKelveyA former leader of a black student group in New Jersey has been sentenced to 90 days in jail for tweeting anonymous threats against fellow black college students. Kayla McKelvey pleaded guilty in April to creating a false public alarm. A judge declined to admit her into a pretrial intervention program that would have let her avoid jail time. McKelvey's sentence Friday in Union County also included five years' probation. Prosecutors alleged the 25-year-old tweeted threats from a Kean University library because she wanted more people to attend a November 2015 rally on racial issues. She then returned to the rally to tell people about the threats.



Toronto: Hispanic Man wanted for over 180 Fraud and Identity Theft-related charges
Gideon Jericho GarciaThe Toronto Police Service would like to inform the public of a warrant obtained for the arrest of a man wanted in a Fraud investigation. On Wednesday, January 13, 2016, officers became aware of, and started an investigation into, frauds allegedly committed at various Money Mart locations across the city. On Friday, January 15, 2016, at 1:35 p.m., Gideon Jericho Garcia, 45, of Toronto, was arrested. - (Canada)

  • Citizenship status of suspect not reported - ed.

    Excelsior Springs (wigger) teen is sentenced to 15 years in robbery attempt that left (his black) best friend dead
Tristian Wilton and Tyler EddingtonA former Excelsior Springs football captain was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison for his role in an attempted robbery at a McDonald’s restaurant that led to the shooting death of his fellow teammate and best friend. Tristian Allen Wilton, 19, pleaded guilty in April to first-degree attempted robbery. In exchange, prosecutors dropped a second-degree murder charge tied to the shooting death of Tyler Eddington. Eddington was mortally wounded Oct. 14 in a McDonald’s parking lot when he and Wilton tried to rob a drug dealer. At the time, both friends were 18. Wilton devised the plan to rob the drug dealer of cash and marijuana. He set up the meeting and asked Eddington to do the stickup because the dealer knew Wilton. Once there, Eddington pulled a BB gun on a dealer, who brandished his own handgun. The dealer shot Eddington and sped away. The dealer, who acted in self-defense, has not been charged. "bringing a bb-gun to a gunfight"

Dangers of interracial dating



Turkish Man illegally sold metallic powder used in missiles to Iranian buyers - pleads guilty
A Turkish businessman from Queens who illegally sold to Iran a restricted metallic powder used in missiles pleaded guilty Tuesday to felony charges. Erdal Kuyumcu, 44, admitted he hadn’t obtained the proper license in order to peddle the cobalt-nickel substance — 1,000 pounds of which was shipped to Iran by way of Istanbul in July 2013. “I was aware … that I did this against U.S. law. But I had not the bravery to stand up and refuse” to do it, he told Brooklyn federal court Judge Dora Irizarry.


Wild crime spree in Phoenix: Suspect (with Arabic name) Malik al-Saedi. accused of robbery, kidnapping, assaulting K-9
Malik al-SaediPHOENIX - A man is behind bars, accused of a wild crime spree that included robbery, holding several children hostage and even assaulting a K-9 officer. The suspect even led police on a pursuit and several people captured the whole ordeal on their cell phones. The pursuit took place on the streets of a west Phoenix neighborhood. The man behind the wheel of the stolen vehicle was 25-year-old Malik al-Saedi. Police say al-Saedi had just robbed a Subway restaurant before fleeing into area near 35th Avenue and Northern. That's when he went door-to-door, looking for an unlocked door and a house to hide out in. He eventually found one. The home had four children inside, ranging in ages from 6 to 14. He ordered the children into a bedroom and held them hostage, while he changed clothes. Moments later, the father of the children showed up and fought with the suspect, but was hit by a baseball bat. "And the dude took the man's car and he started going off and the cops were trying to stop him, but they couldn't," said a man at the scene. The suspect began circling the neighborhood in the stolen car with officers hot on his tail. At one point, he stopped and a K-9 officer jumped in the vehicle. The dog bit al-Saedi's arm and he took off from the scene, dragging the animal some 200 feet before crashing the car. The K-9 officer was slightly injured and al-Saedi was eventually taken into custody. He is facing a slew of charges, including armed robbery, kidnapping and aggravated assault.


    Married Muslim Converts Arrested in Arkansas for Making Terroristic Threats
Daphne CrawfordAlan CrawfordA husband and wife in Northwest Arkansas have been arrested on terror charges after allegedly threatening a waitress in a local diner. "People like you are the reason we kill," the wife reportedly said to the victim. She further threatened the waitress on social media by posting a picture of her husband in "Muslim attire" kneeling with an assault rifle. This was not the first time the couple attracted the attention of law enforcement.

Police say Daphne Ridenour, who also goes by Daphne Crawford, and her husband Alan Crawford made terroristic threats to a waitress while eating in Mel's Diner in Prairie Grove. After the incident in the diner, investigators say the couple continued making threats on multiple social media websites. According to the police report, on May 24, Alan Crawford was frustrated at Mel's Diner. Alan Crawford was upset because his order was taking too long and he thought the food was too expensive, according to the report. Alan Crawford reportedly said, "Only a Christian would treat them like that," because they practice Islam. Before the Crawford's left Mel's Diner, it is reported that Daphne Crawford said,"People like you are the reason we kill."



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  • A 94-year-old former Auschwitz guard was sentenced to jail in Germany
    In what is likely to be one of Germany's last trials for World War Two-era atrocities, Reinhold Hanning was convicted of being an accessory to the murder of at least 170,000 people at the concentration camp in Nazi-occupied Poland. Rejecting the defense argument that the former SS officer had never killed, beaten or abused anyone himself, Judge Anke Grudda said Hanning had chosen to serve in the notorious death camp and had helped it run.

    Second (black) teen charged in connection to stabbing death of (White) Lee's Summit woman
2 feral fatherless nigger teen killersTanya L. ChamberlainLEE'S SUMMIT, MO - A 14-year-old has been charged with first degree murder in connection to the stabbing death of Tanya Chamberlain. Joshua Trigg, 14, was certified Thursday to stand trial as an adult. Along with the first degree murder charge, Trigg also faces a robbery charge and two counts of armed criminal action. Court records state that Joshua Trigg and Trevon Henry, a 15-year-old who has been charged in connection to the homicide, walked up to Chamberlain's car on Nov. 1, 2015. Lee's Summit police attempted to stop a vehicle about 1:15 a.m. on Nov. 1., believing the driver was intoxicated. The driver of the vehicle pulled into a parking lot of an apartment complex in the 500 block of Southeast Second Street. The two allegedly fled the scene, successfully escaping police. Inside the vehicle, police later discovered Chamberlain's body and a knife The two students attended class at Bernard C. Campbell Middle School. Police obtained warrants for the homes of both students and their school lockers. Officers used surveillance video to identify the suspects. Authorities say the accused suspects implicated each other in the crime. Court records state Trigg described how Henry stabbed Chamberlain. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Serial killer pleads guilty to DeKalb county murders - 3 homeless black men and a (White) woman
Aeman Lovel PresleyKaren PearceDorian Jenkins (pictured left) and Tommy Mims Calvin GholstonDECATUR, Ga. -- In a pretrial hearing Monday, Aeman Lovel Presley, 34, pleaded guilty to two counts of felony murder. He is accused of killing four people in 2014. Monday he pleaded guilty to two felony murder counts in the deaths of Calvin Gholston and Karen Pearce in exchange for no death penalty. He was sentenced to two life sentences in prison without the possibility of parole. Before he was sentenced, the judge heard victim impact statements from Pearce family friend John Bulluck and Pearce's parents. Her parents were too elderly and frail to travel to Atlanta but a court staff member read a letter from them, saying their lives were forever changed by the loss of their daughter, a popular Cobb County hair stylist who was shot to death as she left a Decatur restaurant in December 2014. Previously, both Fulton and DeKalb county district attorneys announced their intentions to seek the death penalty against Presley. But, DeKalb County D.A. Robert James said in most of his cases, if the defendant is willing to admit guilt and take responsibility for their actions, he will agree to life in prison. Presley did so in the courtroom Monday, apologizing to the families of his victims and the citizens of Fulton and DeKalb Counties. "I'm a brother with serious issues, and I've done things I'm not proud of. I apologize and take responsibility," he said before the judge. - (Black-on-white)

    Court upholds murder conviction, throws out death penalty - for black man that shot White police officer
Richard ReynoldsWalter T. Williams, IIIHARTFORD, CT - The Connecticut Supreme Court has upheld the murder convictions of a man who killed a Waterbury police officer in 1992, but has overturned his death sentence because of the court's earlier abolishment of capital punishment. Justices ruled Friday on the appeal of Richard Reynolds and ordered a lower court to re-sentence Reynolds to life in prison without the possibility of release. Reynolds fatally shot Waterbury Officer Walter Williams. Reynolds' appeal said his public defenders failed to question jurors about racial biases and failed to introduce evidence that Reynolds suffers from an anti-social personality disorder. The Supreme Court abolished the death penalty last year. One death row inmate, has already been re-sentenced to life in prison. The 10 men remaining on death row also will be re-sentenced to life. - (Black-on-white)

    Alabama man charged with multiple counts of child sex abuse, sodomy
Detarrio Chappell A 29-year-old Montgomery man is accused of sexually abusing a child under the age of 12. Detarrio Chappell is charged with four counts of sex abuse of a child less than 12 and four counts of sodomy first degree, jail records show. He is being held in the Montgomery County Detention Facility on $360,000 bond. Montgomery police say officers received a report of possible sex abuse on Monday.

    Gretna man sentenced to 40 years for repeatedly raping girl
Omar DuplessisA Jefferson Parish judge sentenced a Gretna man to 40 years in prison for raping a girl during a three-year period. Judge Henry Sullivan of the 24th Judicial District Court order Omar Duplessis, 31, to serve the maximum sentence for forcible rape during a hearing Thursday (June 16), according to the Jefferson Parish district attorney's office. Sullivan also ordered that Duplessis register as a sex offender for the rest of his life once released from prison. Sullivan cited Duplessis' "deliberate cruelty" in repeatedly raping the victim with force, the district attorney's office said. Sullivan presided over a judge trial and convicted Duplessis of forcible rape on May 27.
  • Gretna man booked with repeatedly raping young girl - December 04, 2014
    Authorities have arrested a Gretna man accused of repeatedly raping a young girl. Omar Duplessis, 29, was booked with 12 counts of forcible rape after an investigation by the Gretna Police Department and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office, arrest reports said. Duplessis is accused of forcing himself onto the girl when she was between the ages of 11 and 13. He is an acquaintance of a relative.

    (Black) Pagedale man gets 25 years in prison for brutal 2013 rape
Markeon D. JonesUNIVERSITY CITY • A Pagedale man was given 25 years in prison Thursday for the brutal 2013 rape of a University City woman. Markeon D. Jones was 16 when police say he broke into a woman's home, then raped her multiple times, choked her and bit her. He also stole money and her cellphone. Jones, now 19, pleaded guilty to three counts of forcible rape, five counts of forcible sodomy and one count each of second-degree assault, first-degree burglary and second-degree robbery. Jones made a blind plea, meaning there was no agreement in place on a sentence. Judge Tom DePriest Jr. sentenced Jones to 20 years on each rape and sodomy charge, five years for the burglary and robbery charges and one year for the assault charge. Some of the sentences will run concurrently. While incarcerated, Jones picked up a felony damage to jail property charge, which he pleaded guilty to in April. He was given a four-year sentence on that charge, according to court documents.

    Naperville Negro Charged In 2013 Rape Of Masseuse
Damien R. DickensA Naperville man has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman in 2013 in west suburban Aurora. Damien R. Dickens, 37, is charged with aggravated criminal sexual assault, criminal sexual assault, aggravated criminal sexual abuse and sexual abuse, according to a statement from Aurora police. Dickens is accused of sexually assaulting the 24-year-old woman in a vacant townhome in the 900 block of Windemere Court in the early morning house of June 24, 2013, police said. The woman worked as a masseuse for an internet-based company, and Dickens apparently supplied fictitious information to lure her to the townhome.

    (LGBT-Queer dirty deviant black) Man arrested for molesting child who was using the bathroom
Solomon JohnsonST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - An arrest affidavit from the St. Petersburg police department chronicles a bizarre encounter between a 33-year-old man and a child younger than 12-years-old. Solomon Johnson was arrested for two counts of child abuse and one count of lewd and lascivious molestation. St. Petersburg police said Johnson entered a restroom, “turned off the lights in the bathroom where he then grabbed the victim's bare buttocks with both hands.” The victim told Johnson to stop, according to the report, and Johnson stopped and then began shooting water from a water gun into the child’s eyes. Solomon has a lengthy criminal history according to court records.

    Metairie 74-year-old (LGBT-Queer) tied up, robbed by (LGBT-Queer) man he met online
Nathaniel LipscombA Mobile, Ala., man is accused of tying up and robbing a 74-year-old from Metairie with whom he'd arranged to meet through a (LGBT-Queer) dating website. Nathaniel Lipscomb, 51, was arrested and booked with armed robbery and false imprisonment while armed with a weapon. The victim told investigators he met Lipscomb online at dating site Adam4Adam. The pair exchanged messages and agreed to meet at the man's Metairie home Monday (June 13). Lipscomb arrived around 2:30 p.m. After a bit of sexual contact, the two were lying in the man's bed when Lipscomb grabbed a pillow, held it over the man's head and demanded money, Boyd said.... Lipscomb then tied the man to the bed's headboard. Lipscomb continued to demand money, pulling out a knife and later threatening the man with a hammer. Lipscomb gathered up some of the man's electronic equipment in a bid to sell the items for money. After several hours, Lipscomb returned to the house where the man was still bound and tied to the bed. Lipscomb joined the victim in bed and fell asleep.

    Man nets 60 years for 2012 attempted rape of jogger
Walik L. WhitesideA man who was found guilty by a jury last month in the 2012 attempted rape of a jogger found out what it was like to beg for his life — this time before a judge — as she sentenced him to serve 60 years for his crimes against the jogger. She also sentenced him to six months in an unrelated battery case. Walik L. Whiteside, 19, received his sentence Thursday in Allen Superior Court before Allen Superior Court Judge Fran Gull — 20 years for the attempted rape and 20 years apiece for two counts of criminal deviate conduct, with all counts to be served consecutively, or one after another, because they involved violent acts against a woman who was jogging in broad daylight in September 2012 along the Rivergreenway near Fairfield Avenue and Lower Huntington Road. During sentencing, Gull called Whiteside a "predatory and narcissistic human being," and ordered him to serve his sentence under maximum security. Defense attorney Randall Hammond, who represented Whiteside for the separate battery charge against an inmate in the Allen County Jail, took the lead during the sentencing hearing for both cases. Whiteside had represented himself during the attempted rape trial after going through four public defenders, all of whom he said were failing to represent him during his 1 1/2-year-long criminal case that endured numerous continuances and disruptions to the judicial process.
Whiteside also is serving a 25-year term for an Oct. 12, 2013, robbery in which he pulled out a revolver and demanded a victim give him everything he had. When the victim ran away, Whiteside fired a single shot that struck the victim in the back and he demanded that the victim empty his pockets. When the man complied, Whiteside fled with the cash. The shooting paralyzed the man from the waist down. Whiteside pleaded guilty Jan. 29, 2014.

    Man arrested for indecent exposure at library
Todd N. TillotsonLAWTON, OK –Lawton Police arrested a man after witnesses and victims said he exposed himself to a child and an adult. Police were called to the Lawton Public Library just after 1 p.m. Wednesday about a man who exposed himself to a child, and the man was still there. Library staff directed police to the man in question, and the child and the child’s parent confirmed 55-year-old Todd N. Tillotson was the man who exposed himself. While at the library, a woman told police Tillotson exposed himself to her by the entrance. Tillotson was arrested for lewd or indecent acts to a child under the age of 16 and for indecent exposure. Police say the case is being actively investigated and they expect to present their case to the Comanche County District Attorney’s Office Thursday.

    Second prison escapee was planning robbery when police caught him in Spencer Apartments
Timothy Clausen and Armon DixonWhen police finally caught up with prison escapee Timothy Clausen, whom they’d been pursuing for more than five days, they found him sitting on an upstairs toilet in an apartment in north Omaha Wednesday evening, a revolver beside him. From the first floor of the unit in the Spencer Apartments complex, police saw Clausen and told him to come down. He did. And perhaps just in time. Clausen, who had cut his hair and shaved his beard, told an officer that he intended to commit a robbery later in the evening to get money to fund his time on the lam, a police source said. On Friday morning he and another inmate hid in a laundry basket, slipping out of a Lincoln prison in a truck.

    Milwaukee police release sketch of sexual assault suspect
black rapistMILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee police have released a sketch of a sexual assault suspect. The assault allegedly occurred at approximately 2 a.m. on May 21 near McKinley Avenue and 24th Place. Officials said the victim was sexually assaulted in the backyard of a residence by the suspect who she had just met. She said the suspect identified himself as Andre and implied that he had a weapon during the incident. The suspect was described as a black male, 25 to 30 years old, 5’8” to 5’11” tall and weighed 190 to 200 pounds. At the time of the incident, the suspect was wearing a blue polo shirt, blue jeans and dark shoes.

    Cincinnati police seek (black) suspect in sexual assualt less than quarter-mile from high school
black rapistThe Cincinnati Police Department is looking for a man in connection with a June 11 sexual assault. The assault happened on the 1100 block of Seton Avenue, police said — less than a quarter of a mile from Elder High School. No further information about the incident was released. The assailant is described as a 35- to 40-year-old man standing 5 feet, 8 inches tall with a thin build and dark skin. The whites of the man's eyes, his long fingernails and his palms were all yellowish, police said. He was wearing a plaid short-sleeved shirt over a muscle shirt, dark blue jeans, a red belt and white gym shoes.

    Man Arrested for Indecent Exposure Gets Naked in Court
Derrick ThomasDerrick Thomas, arrested in Jonesboro, Arkansas last month for indecent exposure and "enjoying himself," decided to expose himself again. This time in Judge Keith Blackman’s courtroom. Yesterday. Thomas was granted permission to leave the courtroom for a drink of water. He returned — running by all accounts — with his shirt off, his pants around his ankles, and his arms in the air. “Court is back in session,” Thomas was quoted as saying. Thomas laughed as three police officers forced his pants up and removed him from the courtroom.

    Black Sports: Former Oklahoma State receiver Brandon Sheperd charged with sexual battery in Florida
Brandon Sheperd Former Oklahoma State wide receiver Brandon Sheperd has been arrested and charged with sexual battery in connection with an alleged assault on a sleeping woman in Panama City Beach, Florida, in March. Sheperd, 23, appeared in court on Monday and was held in lieu of $15,000 bond, which he posted on Tuesday. He is charged with sexual battery in connection with allegations at the Grand Panama Beach Resort in the early morning hours of March 20. Police were dispatched to the resort about 3:30 a.m. that day to speak with a woman who reported being raped while she slept. The woman went to sleep with clothes on but awoke to find a man on top of her and penetrating her. Police said she shoved the man off and that he fled on foot but left behind his underwear and a wallet that contained a Missouri driver’s license. The license belonged to Brandon La Troy Sheperd. - (Black Sports)

    Married assistant principal is arrested after pregnant former 'Teacher of the Year' he was 'having an affair with' is shot dead
Robert MarksA Baton Rouge school's assistant principal is facing a murder charge in the death of a pregnant co-worker who allegedly threatened to expose their relationship. Robert Marks already was jailed on a kidnapping charge Friday when police said the 39-year-old has been arrested on new charges of first-degree murder and first-degree feticide in the death of 40-year-old Lyntell Washington. Washington's body was found in a ditch Tuesday. A coroner said she died from a gunshot wound to her head. Police arrested Marks last Friday after Washington's 3-year-old daughter was found alone near her mother's car. Marks is an assistant principal at a school where Washington worked as an instructional specialist. A co-worker told police Washington was pregnant with Marks' child and had threatened to tell his wife about their affair.

    4 arrests made (2 black men, 2 white women) in string of Angelina Co. counterfeit bill transactions
"2 coons - 2 mudsharks"counterfeit 100ANGELINA COUNTY, TX - Four people have been charged in connection to a string of counterfeit bill transactions that allegedly occurred in Angelina County back in March. Preston Nathaniel Lee Brown, 20, of Highlands, is currently being held in a Texas Department of Criminal Justice prison. Jamarcus Denundre Berry, 21, of Diboll was already being held in the Angelina County Jail, and Samantha Nicole Earley, 19, and Andriana Nicole Sanches, 18, both of Lufkin, were arrested by the Diboll Police Department earlier this week. All four people were charged with second-degree felony engaging in organized criminal activity. Two of the suspects were already in custody, and the engaging in organized criminal charges were added to their existing charges. Williams said both women said the counterfeit money belonged to Brown. The phony bill had “For Motion Picture Use only” printed on it, the affidavit stated.

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    Police: Man arrested after throwing puppy off apartment balcony
Kededrique A. BoydA 23-year-old man faces three preliminary counts of animal cruelty after police say he was shown on video throwing a caged puppy off a second-story balcony Thursday evening. Police identified the suspect in the case as Kededrique A. Boyd. The incident was part of an ongoing fight Boyd was having with his girlfriend. The two share an apartment. Boyd's girlfriend said she was at work when she received the video in a text message from Boyd about 7:45 p.m. The video appears to have been shot by Boyd and shows him tossing the 10-week old puppy over the apartment's balcony. The kennel crashes down and the dog, a Labrador mix named Baby, is heard yelping on the video when she hits the ground. "The video clearly shows the kennel being thrown in the air and over the railing of the balcony." "The kennel lands on the ground and the puppy begins crying." Boyd's girlfriend showed police the video as well as Facebook messages from Boyd that, are about the incident. The woman told police the dispute started because she was attempting to end their relationship. Boyd reportedly admitted that he threw the dog and knew that it was the wrong thing to do.

    New Oakland Police Misconduct Case Could Jeopardize Convictions
Mike GanttOAKLAND — The latest cop added to the growing list of Oakland police officers placed on administrative leave is accused of having his girlfriend help him write up his police reports. (Black) Sergeant Michael Gantt — who is married –had his girlfriend typing homicide reports for him, even though those reports are supposed to be confidential. Gantt's girlfriend became angry when she discovered he was married. She reportedly posted to social media a photograph of evidence from a case that Gantt had left at her house. She also contacted OPD and informed the department about the investigative materials Gantt gave her access to. Gantt has been on leave for at least a year because of an unrelated incident,

    Springfield murder suspects appear in court
Richard Page [L] and Ivey Johnson An argument turned violent inside a Springfield home after police said that two people beat a 52-year-old man with a table leg, knocking him unconscious and ultimately killing him. The two suspects were caught by police and arrested Thursday night and today, they appeared before a judge. "It's horrible, it's shocking," said Victor Valentin of Springfield. Valentin walked into the kitchen of his Armory Street home early Thursday morning and saw a man, who he considered a close friend and fellow tenant, lying on the ground unconscious. "He was laying on the kitchen floor with his hands spread out," Valentin added. Springfield Police said that it all started when an argument turned extremely violent between this man - Eric Stephenson - and two other people who lived in the home. Authorities allege 57-year-old Richard Page struck the victim with a table leg, while 53-year-old Ivey Johnson provoked him and urged him to keep going. "The police came, the ambulance came, they took Eric away,"

    Suspect known as 'Skittles' booked in Esplanade Mall carjacking
Terrance PerkinsDetectives investigating a January carjacking outside Esplanade Mall in Kenner arrested a third suspect who had been known only as "Skittles," according to authorities. Terrance Perkins, 19, of New Orleans, was booked with conspiracy to commit carjacking, being a principal to carjacking and bring a principal to purse snatching, said Lt. Brian McGregor, spokesman for the Kenner Police Department. Investigators linked Perkins to the Jan. 26 heist along with accused accomplices Dante Moore and Jada Davis, both 18 from New Orleans. Moore was the hands-on suspect who grabbed the purse of a 68-year-old woman as she got out of her Nissan 370z in the Kenner mall parking lot at 1401 Esplanade Ave., authorities said.
  • New Orleans woman arrested in Esplanade Mall carjacking
    Jada DavisKenner police arrested a New Orleans woman accused of helping another suspect steal a woman's purse and take her vehicle outside the Esplanade Mall on Jan. 26. Jada Davis, 18, of New Orleans, was booked with being a principal to purse snatching, being a principal to carjacking, conspiracy to commit carjacking and possession of stolen property valued over $1,500, said Lt. Brian McGregor, spokesman for the department. Davis and the woman police said was her accomplice, Donte Moore, 18, also of New Orleans, have been linked to an earlier carjacking that occurred that same day in New Orleans, according to McGregor.

    Homeless black woman dies wedged in window of St. Petersburg home
Niesha HendersonST. PETERSBURG - A baby abandoned in a stroller led to the discovery of a woman's body wedged in the window of a St. Petersburg home, and police said the homeowner made the gruesome discovery. St. Petersburg police said say a homeless woman tried to break into a detached garage apartment overnight, but died in the process. Her 9-month-old baby boy was strapped into a stroller just a few feet away. Just a few feet away from the stroller, Hopkins found the body of 23-year old Niesha Henderson hanging out of a small window of her garage apartment. "What we believe happened was she put a chair and a milk crate by the window, stood up on those items and got her arms and head through the window and got wedged on the window sill and couldn't go in and could not go back out,"







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


Toronto Police have charged a Chinese doctor with sexual assault during a medical exam
Francis LiA Toronto doctor has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman during a physical examination. According to police, the incident happened on June 4 at a doctor’s office near Pape and Danforth avenues. The victim is a 34-year-old woman. On Tuesday, 53-year-old Francis Li was arrested and charged with one count of sexual assault. Police believe there may be other victims. Anyone with information on this investigation is asked to contact police at 416-808-7474 or 416-222-TIPS (8477). - (Canada)


    (Black) Killer avoids death penalty for Craigslist car deal shooting (of White man)
Tyrell Ronald Young Eric S. ErvinA Reading man avoided the possibility of being sentenced to death after he admitted Wednesday to the fatal shooting of an Allentown businessman during a Craigslist car deal. Tyrell Young pleaded guilty to third-degree murder, a person not to possess a firearm and receiving stolen property in connection with the April 2014 killing of 41-year-old Eric Ervin in East Allentown. The sentence came after a handful of Ervin's family members, most carrying photographs, tearfully described the gentle giant taken so suddenly from their lives. Richard Ervin has been counting the days since Eric, his first-born son, was killed -- 657 days as of Wednesday. When the elder Ervin woke up on Wednesday, he thanked God he wouldn't have to count anymore since Young would be pleading guilty. "Then I realized, I'll have to count till I'm gone," he sobbed. "I miss him so much. I don't know how to go on." Ervin's mother, Linda, wore a T-shirt from her son's business to court. She spoke through sobs as she described the earlier death of her daughter, Crystal, and then the stunning blow of Eric's murder. Linda Ervin said she was able to say good-bye to her daughter, but never had the chance with Eric. "Why didn't you let my son go?" Linda Ervin asked Young. "Why you had to do this, I don't understand. ... I hope you rot. ... You have devastated us. We're destroyed." - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Oklahoma man found guilty on rape, murder charges
Albert Johnson JrRachel Samantha RogersOKLAHOMA CITY – A jury has found a man guilty of raping and assaulting two women in the Village, killing one of them. 47-year-old Albert Johnson was arrested for the June 2014 crimes. Police received a call about an assault at a home on Lakeside Dr. Once there, they found two women in the home with severe injuries. They were rushed to the hospital, but one woman, 25-year-old Rachel Rogers, died. The jury took 25 minutes to find Johnson guilty on 11 counts, including rape, kidnapping and murder. He was sentenced to 10 life sentences for the rape and kidnapping charges. Sentencing for the murder charge will be held Thursday. He is eligible for the death penalty. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Dante Taylor found guilty of the rape and murder of (White female 'acquaintance') Sarah Goode
Dante TaylorSarah P. GoodeDante Taylor was convicted Thursday of first-degree murder for raping and killing a young Medford mother two years ago, a verdict that left the victim’s large, extended family sobbing in relief in the Riverhead courtroom. The guilty verdict came after 14 1⁄2 hours of deliberations over three days, shortly after jurors reviewed photographs of the palm print Taylor left on the hood of Sarah Goode’s car. Prosecutors said the print was left in her blood, while the defense said her blood was deposited on the print. “It’s been a very, very long and difficult road for them to try and get justice for their sister,” Assistant District Attorney Janet Albertson said, as most of Goode’s eight siblings and other family clustered around her. “It won’t bring her back, but it will bring them a measure of peace.” Police focused on Taylor after realizing he was the last person to call her phone, and he did so while traveling toward where she was. Taylor raped and killed Goode after meeting her hours earlier at a street party. Taylor became enraged when Goode likely rejected his advances. - (Black-on-white)

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    “I saw the blood all over my chest,” (White female) Victim robbed, pistol whipped by (cowardly black thug) - another WF robbed
black thugblack thug pistol whips White womanblack thug robs White womanblack victim of black thugOKLAHOMA CITY - It started as a normal day for Alexis but quickly took a dangerous turn. Alexis, a store clerk at Dollar General, was getting cigars for a customer behind the register on Tuesday afternoon. "When I asked him for his ID, that's when he pulled his gun out,” she said. Alexis began to panic when she tried to open the register but was missing the key. "He came close to me, and he asked "Where's your purse, and do you have anything in your pockets?' He put his hand into my apron and took a box cutter out and my cell phone," she said. When the alleged suspect couldn't open the register, he became violent. Police said the suspect then pistol whipped Alexis. "Obviously, very violent in nature, as he hit the woman in a completely unprovoked-type situation," said MSgt. Gary Knight with the Oklahoma City Police Department. At that point, the suspect tried to force Alexis to find her manager. However, the store's alarm system began to sound, scaring the suspect. Alexis was able to run out of the back door to a nearby Whataburger for help. "After I was running to Whataburger, that's when I saw the blood all over my chest, and I didn't know it was that bad," Alexis said. Meanwhile, the thief robbed another woman at the front of the store, stealing her wallet from her purse. Before he was able to make his getaway, he robbed one more innocent bystander. "A citizen in the parking lot saw and began to follow him. This went into Warr Acres. When the suspect turned, he pointed the gun at him and robbed him of some jewelry he had on," Knight said. Police said the suspect fired his gun as he was hopping a nearby fence. The suspect is described as an 18- to 22-year-old black man. He was wearing a black hoodie and black sweat pants. He was also wearing black and red sneakers. "I just hope he gets caught for doing what he did," Alexis said. Alexis needed four staples, but it's not the physical wound that she is worrying about most. "Yesterday, I was in shock, and I was crying. I mean, I'm okay, kind of," she said. - (Black-on-white)

    Brutal black hulk arrested for 'sucker' punching much smaller White man outside Philly club
Darryl Minter punchPolice say they arrested a man who was caught on camera punching and knocking another man unconscious outside of a Center City nightclub last month. Darryl Minter, 30, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, simple assault and recklessly endangering another person, according to police. Investigators say he punched a man outside Coda nightclub on May 13. In the video the victim approaches a larger man, who police identified as Minter, and asks him a question though it's unclear what exactly he says. He then asks, "Now if you hit me and you swing and you miss can I still go inside?" The larger man then shakes his head. As the victim continues talking the larger man suddenly swings and punches him in the face. The victim falls down on the sidewalk and lies unconscious. - (Black-on-white)

    Woman kidnapped, raped while walking down Rock Hill street, police say
Taiwan Carter and Michael WhiteROCK HILL, S.C. — Two men have been arrested and charged after police said they kidnapped a woman as she walked down a Rock Hill street and later raped her. Police told Channel 9 that the victim was walking down the road Sunday when some older men grabbed her and put her in the back of a car. Police said the men, Taiwan Carter and Michael White, then drove her around before raping her. Both men were charged with criminal sexual conduct and kidnapping, and police said they were still searching for a third suspect.


(Interracial) Kansas City couple charged with despicable crime of raping children, taking pictures of it
Bob Bess and Jamie BessKANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jackson County prosecutors charged a 52-year-old woman and a 62-year-old man with raping two children, a boy and a girl, both less than 14-years-old. The children say Bob Bess touched them, raped them, while his wife Jamie Bess, took pictures. The girl says Bob Bess raped her and that Jamie Bess took pictures of her naked body on ‘Bob’s’ cell phone. The boy said ‘Bob’ fondled the boy’s privates numerous times. Robert Bess was arrested. Both were charged with rape and child molestation.


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    (Black) Savannah man convicted on all counts in 2012 slayings of (White victims) Emily Pickels, Michael Biancosino
Walter Terry MoonMichael BiancosinoEmily PickelsA Savannah man today was convicted on multiple murder and related charges in the 2012 ambush slayings of two Savannahians that a prosecutor said created a “war zone” on the city’s streets. Walter Terry Moon, 35, was convicted on both malice and felony murder charges in the Labor Day slayings of Michael Biancosino, a 30-year-old aspiring lawyer, and Emily Pickels. 21, and a tour guide, he was taking home on Henry Street about 3:30 a.m . after dining at a Five Guys Burgers and Fries restaurant on Bay Street. The victims were gunned down in a barrage of 22 rounds fired from an AK–47 assault rifle as they sat in Biancosino’s car. - (Black-on-white)

    Autumn Pasquale Lawsuit Against Law Enforcement Agencies Dismissed
CLAYTON, NJ — The Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office has announced a lawsuit on behalf of the estate of Autumn Pasquale has been dismissed. Pasquale, 12, was found murdered in October of 2012. The lawsuit said that police didn’t act properly and that if they had, there’s “a reasonable chance” Autumn Pasquale would be alive. Pasquale was found dead on October 23, 2012 and two teenage Clayton boys were charged.
  • Family Of Slain (White girl murdered by blacks) - Autumn Pasquale Sued Law Enforcement Agencies - October 27, 2014
    (LEFT) Image of Dante Robinson, 17, taken from Twitter. (RIGHT) Image of Justin Robinson, 15, taken from Facebook. Autumn PasqualeWOODBURY, N.J. — The family of a New Jersey girl who was strangled by a teenage boy two years ago is suing several law enforcement agencies. The lawsuit says that police didn’t act properly and that if they had, there’s “a reasonable chance” Autumn Pasquale would be alive. The South Jersey Times reports that the lawsuit alleges that authorities should have immediately implemented a child abduction response team, instead of waiting until the next day. It also claims they refused assistance from a retired law enforcement investigator. Pasquale, a 12-year-old Clayton resident, was killed in October 2012 after she went to a neighbor’s home to trade bicycle parts. - (Black-on-white)
  • Autumn Pasquale's murder: 'Out of evil... - October 23, 2012
    Two black teen brothers, identified by multiple sources as Dante and Justin Robinson, ages 17 and 15, have been charged.

    Officials: (Black) Fugitive arrested for murder (of White man), assault
Orlando DavisRandall “Red or Randy” Wayne MorganPRINCETON, W.Va. - Authorities have arrested a fugitive from California accused of assaulting two people and killing one of them in Mercer County, West Virginia. West Virginia State Police in Princeton tell news outlets that officials arrested 42-year-old Orlando Davis on Saturday on charges of murder, malicious assault and robbery. Sgt. A.P. Christian says Davis attacked and robbed 54-year-old Randal Morgan on Friday at a store in Bluefield, West Virginia. Morgan did not regain consciousness and later died from his injuries. Christian says Davis also assaulted and robbed 18-year-old Waylon Neal at another store in Brushfork on Friday. Authorities say Davis is a leader of the Crips street gang in California. He was wanted in connection with federal firearms violations. - (Black-on-white)

    Norman police identify (White female) homicide victim - (black man arrested)
Keenan HolcombTamyra Lynn ElstonNORMAN — A woman whose body was found beside the road in eastern Oklahoma County has been identified as Tamyra Lynn Elston, 52. Investigators say Elston was strangled at a Norman apartment. Keenan Holcomb, 32, was arrested Saturday in the woman's death. Holcomb has been booked into the Cleveland County jail on complaints of first-degree murder, kidnapping and unlawful removal of a body. Detectives said a woman who witnessed the death led them to the body at 37th Street and Richardson Avenue. The witness, whose name has not been released, told officers she and Holcomb met Elston on Friday while she was walking along the southbound Interstate 35 Service Road near SE 89 Street in Oklahoma City. They drove Elston to her apartment at 1850 12th Avenue SE in Norman and spent time with her there, police said. According to police, the witness told them she left the apartment briefly and when she returned Elston was dead. According to what she told police, Holcomb threatened to kill her if she didn't help him dispose of the body. The woman later contacted the Oklahoma County sheriff's office and led them to the body. Holcomb was arrested a short time later at a nearby Walmart store. Charges are expected to be filed against Holcomb this week. The female witness has been released from custody, police said. - (Black-on-white)

    Police arrest 2 (blacks) in shooting death of (White) 70-year-old, 1 (black) man still wanted
Joseph William KleinKameeron Martin, Corey Spulock and Anthony BreazilINDIANAPOLIS -- Police have arrested two men -- and are searching for a third -- in connection with the March 2016 shooting death of a 70-year-old man. Kameron Martin, 27, and Corey Spurlock, 21, were arrested by detectives with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. Police believe the suspects robbed the Allied Liquor Store on the 5200 block of E. 38th Street on March 12. During the robbery, Joseph Klein, 70, was fatally shot multiple times by one of the suspects. "Joe was a man of his own. He'd been in business, he'd been in several businesses, but he'd been in this one for over a decade. He didn't put up with a lot, but he had a big heart and he would help a lot of people," an Allied Liquor Store manager said. Martin was preliminarily charged with murder, robbery resulting in serious bodily injury and unlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon. Spurlock was preliminarily charged with murder and robbery resulting in serious bodily injury. Police are also searching for a third suspect in the robbery and shooting. Anthony Breazil, 27, is wanted for murder, robbery resulting in serious bodily injury and carrying a handgun without a license. He should be considered armed and extremely dangerous. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Woman found dead at Brewton E.R. Sunday; (black) person of interest in custody
Johnny Jermaine JohnsonMarsha CrawleyA Brewton woman was found dead inside a vehicle at the Brewton emergency room Sunday. Law enforcement has not released any details of the death at this point; however, sources have identified the woman as Marsha Crawley. Crawley was allegedly beaten to death before being left inside the vehicle at D.W. McMillan Hospital sometime Sunday. As of Monday morning, authorities have not released where the crime occurred or the agency in charge of the investigation. Sources also report a person of interest – 38-year-old Johnny Jermaine Johnson of Flomaton – was identified later. Sunday afternoon. Johnson was taken into custody after a three-hour manhunt Sunday evening. The hunt began near Fannie Church Road and ended in an area between Ala. Hwy. 31 and Junction Road. Johnson is currently being held without bond in the Escambia County Detention Center on charges of first-degree escape and revocation of community corrections. The multi-agency effort included officers from the Brewton and Flomaton police departments, the Escambia County Sheriff’s Offices in Alabama and Florida, as well as K-9 units from the Century (Fla.) Correctional Institute, the Santa Rosa Correctional Institute and Holman Prison. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) suspected in murder (of White man) tied to more than a dozen robberies in Lamar area
Tyrece D'Andre HarrisJimmy BertrandA Beaumont man currently charged with murder has been named as a suspect in more than a dozen robberies near the Lamar University Campus. Beaumont Police have been investigating 15 armed robberies targeting international students attending Lamar University that occurred between March 12 and April 18, 2016, according to a release from the Beaumont Police Department. Tyrese Harris, 17, of Beaumont, has been identified as a suspect in a majority of the robberies according to the release. Detectives continue to identify other suspects and potential witnesses in the robberies the release said. Harris is currently being held in the Jefferson County Jail on a capital murder charge in connection with the April death of Jimmy Bertrand, 52. His bond is set at $500,000 on the murder charge. Beaumont Police expect to file the charges soon and urge anyone who may have been a victim and not filed a police report or anyone with information on these robberies to come forward. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Serial rapist faces up to 100 years in prison after pleading no contest to 2 of 8 charges
Jaahlay LiwaruChristopher EnnisA serial rapist faces up to 100 years in prison after pleading no contest Monday to two of the eight charges against him. Christopher Ennis, 29, attacked as many as seven women over three years as the women walked alone in northeast Omaha, officials said. Ennis grabbed them from behind, dragged them behind bushes or buildings, choked them and raped them. Seven different women came forward saying that they had been raped after walking near the 27th and Maple Streets area. One of those women said Ennis also choked her to the point of unconsciousness — leading prosecutors to file a strangulation charge against him. Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine said that a plea bargain was reached to spare the victims the trauma of reliving their attacks at trial. Kleine said five of Ennis’ victims have cooperated with prosecutors; a couple of others didn’t show up for depositions. One of the conditions of the plea deal, according to Kleine: that all of Ennis’ victims be allowed to write a letter to the judge explaining the impact the crime had on them. Ennis’ crime spree was vicious and the attacks grew more violent — leading police to worry that the attacker might kill. The man grabbed each woman as she walked alone — usually late at night or in the early morning hours. He then choked them, dragged them and raped them. The man sometimes apologized afterward, telling the women he was high on one kind of drug or another.

    White Cop who survived Jihadi Muslim hatchet attack gets NYPD’s Medal of Honor
Zale ThompsonZale ThompsonKenneth Healey A cop who nearly died when a lone-wolf terrorist split his skull open with a hatchet was awarded the NYPD’s highest honor Tuesday. Officer Kenneth Healey was presented with the Medal of Honor at the annual Medal Day ceremony outside police headquarters. Three cops credited with shooting the madman dead and saving Healey’s life by rushing the gravely wounded cop to the hospital in the back of a squad car were also recognized for their bravery. Healey and his fellow officers — Taylor Kraft, Peter Rivera and Joseph Meeker — were on duty in Jamaica, Queens, in October 2014 when someone asked if they would pose for a picture. Seconds later, Zale Thompson came running up and chopped at Meeker’s arm before burring the small ax deep in Healey’s skull. Rivera and Kraft shot Thompson dead.

    (Black smiling) Pyro teen gets at least 19 years for blaze that killed cop
Marcell DockeryDennis GuerraThe Coney Island teen convicted of setting a fire that killed an NYPD officer and seriously injured his partner was sentenced Tuesday to 19 years to life on felony murder charges. Marcell Dockery, 18, sat stone-faced as Brooklyn Supreme Court Judge Danny Chun handed down the sentence for the April 2014 blaze that left Officer Dennis Guerra dead and Officer Rosa Rodriguez with permanent injuries. Guerra’s widow Cathy and Rodriguez sat in the courtroom among a blue sea of uniformed officers. Dockery was just 16 when he admitted to cops on video that he set a mattress on fire on the 13th floor of a Surf Avenue high-rise because he was “bored.”

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