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More (Black) Men Charged With Murder In Shooting Death Of
(White) Philadelphia Police Sgt. James O’Connor
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A little more than a month after a Philadelphia police officer was killed in a shooting, two more individuals were charged in his murder. On March 13, Philadelphia SWAT forces serving a felony arrest warrant led to the killing of Sgt. James O’Connor.
Investigators say the 46-year-old was one of eight SWAT members who entered a Frankford home to arrest 21-year-old murder suspect Hassan Elliott when the suspect fired a rifle through a door, striking and killing O’Connor.
On Friday, that hard work led to additional murder charges for two men – Bilal Mitchell and Khalif Sears – who investigators say were both inside that room with Elliott. “They are charged with the murder of Sgt. O’Connor and the attempted murder of his seven SWAT team members. We are additionally filing criminal conspiracy charges against Mitchell, Sears and Hassan Elliott as a result of our investigation,” Voci said. Voci says evidence still shows Elliott was the only shooter, but Sears and Mitchell are being charged under the state’s conspiracy act.
(black) suspect charged in fatal Erie shooting of (White) man -
"Knock, knock - Bang, bang."
Teen is accused of taking part in the fatal shooting of a 25-year-old city man in December.
A 25-year-old Erie man fatally shot in the doorway of his eastside residence in early December was mortally wounded as three males armed with a handgun attempted to rob him, according to information outlined in the criminal complaint of a teenager charged in the case on Wednesday.
Damarjon D. Beason, 17, was taken into police custody on Wednesday morning and was later arraigned by Erie 3rd Ward District Judge Tom Carney on charges including criminal homicide, aggravated assault and robbery. Beason was charged under the Fisher Bill, a state law that permits juveniles accused of committing violent crime to be charged as adults.
Beason is charged in the shooting death of 25-year-old Patric Phillips on the late afternoon of Dec. 7. Derrick D. Elverton, 19, of Erie, was charged in the case on Feb. 11 and is awaiting a preliminary hearing scheduled for May 1. Officers who responded to a residence in the 700 block of East 24th Street after the shooting was reported on Dec. 7 at 5:48 p.m. found Phillips dead in the doorway of the residence. An autopsy determined that Phillips died of at least two gunshot wounds, one to the head and one to the neck, Erie County Coroner Lyell Cook said.
According to police, Phillips was inside his residence with two other people when someone knocked on the back door. Phillips opened the door and was shot, police said. Investigators reported at the time that several people were outside when the shooting happened, and that officers recovered at least one shell casing at the shooting scene.
Erie police initially released few details on the shooting, and the criminal complaint against Elverton was sealed. But new details emerged in the complaint filed against Beason.
According to detectives, three males confronted Phillips at the back door of his home after the suspects forced another person at gunpoint to knock on the door. The suspects fled after the shots were fired.
Officers who responded to the shooting canvassed the area and found a 9 mm handgun that was determined to be the murder weapon, an Apple iPhone and a jacket that matched the description of a jacket worn by one of the suspects,
man that needs dental work) arrested for Murder of his
'girlfriend' in Westwood
CINCINNATI (FOX19) - A 28-year-old man has been arrested for murder in connection to the death of Patricia Woods on Friday.
Marcus Reed, 28, was arrested around 9:30 a.m. Saturday for Woods’ murder, Cincinnati Police stated in a news release. According to police, officers responded to the 2400 block of Westwood Northern Boulevard Friday at 11 a.m. where Woods was found with a gunshot wound.
She was pronounced dead at the scene. Woods’ family says she helped so many people simply because she wanted to. She was working on becoming a certified nursing assistant, the family says.
Becoming a nursing assistant would have just been another way she could continue to help people.
Montgomery County Woman Fatally Stabbed Boyfriend After Argument
Over Contents Of His Phone
POTTSTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — A Pottstown woman is facing murder charges after officials say she stabbed her boyfriend to death inside of their Pottstown apartment. On Friday, Police Chief Mick Markovich announced the arrest of 21-year-old Caitlin Celina Mauras in connection to the death of Jaylin Thomas.
Following an investigation, it was discovered that the two had been arguing about the contents on Thomas’ cellphone.
That is when Mauras went into the kitchen, grabbed a knife and began swinging at Thomas, cutting his neck.
Suspect arrested in 1978 beating death and sexual assault
PHOENIX — Phoenix police have made an arrest in a homicide more than 40 years old. Authorities announced today that Glenn Edward Williams was arrested for the 1978 murder of 23-year-old Fernando Calleros. Detectives say on the morning of June 10, 1978, Calleros was found beaten to death in the bed of a pickup truck outside a business on Illini Street, near Broadway Road and 32nd Street. A woman was also found in the bed of the truck beaten and sexually assaulted, but survived.
Glenn Williams, 21-years-old at the time, was arrested the following year after fingerprints linked him to the crime. He denied the allegations and was eventually released due to lack of evidence.
Man faces rape and incest charges - Raped a relative - got her
pregnant - victim appears to be a
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis man is scheduled to appear in court Monday on allegations he raped a relative.
According to arrest records, the victim’s mother took the victim to Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital where it was determined the victim was pregnant.
The victim claimed Eugene Jackson had raped her multiple times between June of 2019 to March of this year.
Jackson is being held on a $250,000 bond.
Man Arrested After Shooting Mother, Her Boyfriend Following
NEW CASTLE COUNTY, Del. (CBS) – A 24-year-old New Castle County man has been arrested in a shooting that injured his mother and her boyfriend. The shooting happened around 7 a.m. Friday on the 3000 block of Green Street in Claymont. Investigators say 24-year-old Marqus Grooms and his 46-year-old mother were having an argument when her 49-year-old boyfriend intervened.
That’s when, police say, Grooms fired a gun, striking his mom in her left arm. The same bullet then struck her boyfriend in the hip area. The mother and boyfriend were taken to the hospital and have since been released.
video shows handcuffed BLACK maniac kick female NYPD cop onto
A homeless, handcuffed accused turnstile-jumper kicked an NYPD cop so hard that she tumbled off a Harlem subway platform and onto the train tracks, a shocking video shows.
The officer — who was also spat on by by attacker, who claimed to be infected with the coronavirus — broke her wrist in the fall to the tracks, but was otherwise unharmed, sources told The Post. The terrifying incident happened at the 125th Street station on Thursday evening as two cops tried to arrest the unhinged man, who began screaming at officers, begging them to injure him, according to a video posted online.
“I can take the pain girl… put more pressure on it… you’re not breaking my leg good. Break it!” the man says in video.
Police have identified the suspect as Anquando Johnson, 25.
Reward Offered As Authorities Search For BLACK Suspects Wanted
In Bensalem, PA Attempted Robbery
BENSALEM, Pa. (CBS) — The FBI and Bensalem police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two suspects wanted in connection to an attempted armed robbery and shooting in Bucks County last month. According to officials, the incident happened at First Stop Cigarettes & Cigars along Bristol Pike in Bensalem, around 9 p.m. on March 20.
The armed robber is being described as a black male, approximately 6 feet tall, wearing a gray sweatshirt, black pants, black shoes, and a white mask over his nose and mouth.
The lookout is described as a black male, wearing a light-colored shirt, dark-colored pants, and white sneakers.
Searching For Black Suspect After Carjacking, Fleeing Scene Of
Hit-And-Run In North Philly
The driver is being described as a 5-foot-8 black male, who was wearing a black hoodie and tan boots.
Atlanta car theft suspect arrested for 27th time, cops say
The suspected leader of a metro Atlanta auto theft ring is back behind bars after getting arrested for the 27th time, police said. Willie James Banks was arrested Thursday by the Atlanta Police Department’s Auto Crimes Enforcement Unit.
He also has three felony convictions for breaking into cars and theft.
|Two blacks arrested in connection to a murder in
Coralville on Christmas Day
CORALVILLE, Iowa (KCRG) - The Coralville Police department announced Friday two arrests were made in connection to a murder that happened on Christmas Day last year. The police department received three Crimestopper tips that help to aid in the arrests.
Milton L. McAbee, age 19, of Chicago, Illinois has been charged with first-degree murder.
Elijah McAbee, age 18, of Chicago, Illinois has been charged with aiding and abetting, first-degree murder, and attempted murder. Milton McAbee and Elijah McAbee were both arrested in Kentucky and are waiting on extradition to Iowa. On December 25, 2019, police in Coralville responded to reports of gunshots at the 900 block of Boston Way. An officer encountered 3 people with gunshot wounds when arriving at the scene. All three were in critical condition and sent to the hospital. Gregory Jackson, 30, of Iowa City, died later that night. A fourth person then showed up at the hospital that night with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound.
make an arrest in fatal shooting along Swampfire Court in
GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - Greenville County say they've made an arrest in a fatal shooting that occurred the evening of April 16. GCSO says deputies responded to the area near Swampfire Court around 9:50 p.m. When deputies arrived they found a male, who was discovered to have one gunshot wound to the torso. He unfortunately passed away as a result of his injuries. The coroner later identified the victim as Amarkeyon Jamonte Truesdale, 23, of Greenville. His manner of death was ruled as a homicide. Deputies believe this was caused by an altercation with another individual. Saturday morning, deputies said they'd made an arrest in connection to Truesdale's death. Tanaj Hakeem James has been charged with murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.
wanted for attempted murder and armed robbery
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - A traffic stop conducted by Brookside Police Friday night led to a chase through multiple jurisdictions and involved a man with active felony warrants for attempted murder and armed robbery. At around 8:25 p.m. Brookside officers attempted to pull over a vehicle traveling on Cherry Ave near I-22. The driver fled from the scene and Brookside PD began a pursuit. As the chase led into Birmingham, the Birmingham Police Department and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office joined the pursuit.
According to Brookside PD, the suspect, identified as 21-year-old Jarrell Russell, jumped out of the vehicle on 5th St. N in Birmingham and ran towards a residential area. At that time the passenger in the vehicle, identified as Amber Collins, crawled into the driver seat and continued to lead officers on a chase.
Officers were able to stop the vehicle at 4th Ave North and 17th St. and take Collins into custody. They recovered heroin & marijuana, scales, drug paraphernalia, and cash from the vehicle. Russell is wanted for attempted murder and armed robbery in Jefferson County and has criminal history with numerous violent felony offenses including multiple weapons charges, Reckless Endangerment, Attempting to elude Police, Receiving Stolen Property, and Controlled Substance. He is suspected to be armed with a black semi automatic handgun and is considered armed & extremely dangerous.
shoot and kill berserk bat-wielding suicidal BLACK man in San
Leandro, CA Walmart - "suicide by cop"
A San Leandro police officer shot and killed a man who was reported to be swinging a baseball bat Saturday afternoon at a Walmart store in San Leandro. Part of the encounter was caught on video by at least one shopper. The 58-second video shows a black male brandishing a bat as two San Leandro officers approach him, with guns drawn, not far from the entrance to the store.
“Get back!” “Get back!” they yell several times, as a person in the background can be heard shouting “Put it down! Put it down!” At least one officer fires his Taser weapon at the suspect, who staggers back and then continues advancing. When the man is about five feet from the lead officer, the video shows, the officer fires his gun, striking the man in the chest.
The man staggers back, drops the bat, and bleeding on the floor, collapses as horrified shoppers look on. One yells “Don’t shoot him no more.” Another yells “Call an ambulance!” A San Leandro police spokesman said late Thursday that police do not have the dead man’s name or city of residence. “We are in the early stages of our investigation,” said Lt. Ted Henderson.
Henderson said police entered were driving store at about 3:12 p.m., responding to a call about the man. While en route, they were given an update that a robbery was occurring. When they arrived, Henderson said, they determined there was no robbery, but the man was brandishing a bat menacingly, as they tried to detain him.
“The officers were in danger,” Henderson said.
The officer who fired the shot, whom Henderson did not identify, is a 20-year veteran of the department and will be placed on paid administrative leave, as is the department’s policy following officer-involved shootings, he said. Police from the California Highway Patrol and Alameda County Sheriff’s Department also responded to the store to help with crowd control, cordoning it off.
One main who said he was at the store posted an account on his Instagram page with a photo of the suspect inside the store after he was shot.
“I was literally feet away from it,” wrote the man, Mike_Myke, an Oakland-area resident who has a YouTube channel with 179,000 subscribers that features video and commentary hot rod cars. “This dude was saying he wanted to die before the police even arrived. He waited for the police to get here while he was swinging a bat. He was threatening to kill the door greeter. People offered to help him and her refused. He was saying everybody was living his life and he didn’t care anymore. When the police arrived, dude instantly attacked him and wasn’t cooperating. Officer pulled out his taser and asked him to step back. Dude attacked the officer with the bat and that’s when her shot him with the taser. Dude still attempted to hit the officer after he was already being tased. The officer pulled out his gun and told the guy to get back. The officer started walking backwards with his weapon drawn and the suspect continued to walk forward with the bat. When he went to swing, that’s when the officer shot him. He was shot 1 time and that’s when he went down. Wasn’t much the officer could do In this situation.”
“I’m not justifying his death, but this wasn’t a black on white hate crime that they gon make it out to be,” said the writer, who is African-American. “My condolences to his family, but this was wild. Like I said, I was right behind the officer. I even tried talking to this dude before the officers arrived. This is a lose lose situation. My cousin was shot in his sleep by (Oakland Police Department), so I know the feeling and the hate toward the police. This ain’t the same situation.”
Man accused of torturing 2 children with pliers, taser, belt
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...PHOENIX — A man is behind bars after Phoenix police say he abused an 11-year-old and 13-year-old using a belt, Taser, and pliers.
According to court documents, 36-year-old Angel Andrew Coronado was arrested on Wednesday near 35th Avenue and Roeser Road after being contacted by detectives with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Apprehension Tactical Enforcement for an outstanding warrant. Authorities say between August and September of 2017, Coronado abused the two children several times. He and the mother of the children were in a relationship and living together at the time.
Coronado is accused of torturing the 11-year-old by hitting them with his fist and a belt 20 to 30 times. He also allegedly shocked both children on the arm up to five times with a Taser. The documents allege Coronado held down the older child and used pliers to abuse him. He then hit the child on the back and stomach. Authorities say Coronado also abused the 13-year-old by using a rope around his neck to make it difficult to breathe, forcing him to pass out at least once.
HISPANICS arrested for drive-by shooting involving Glendale
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspects has not been reported in this news article...GLENDALE, AZ — Two men are behind bars and facing numerous felony charges after one of them fired a gun at the vehicle of an undercover detective with the Glendale Police Department, according to the police agency. The detective was not injured in the drive-by shooting, a spokesperson said.
Police identified the suspects as Johnny Carlos Guzman Jr., the alleged driver,
and Juan Antonio Borquez II, the alleged shooter. Both are currently on probation for other felony offenses.
The situation began on Thursday afternoon when Glendale police located a vehicle in Phoenix that had been reported stolen days earlier and began to follow the vehicle and the people inside of it. Police said a detective followed the vehicle into a roundabout near 124th Avenue and Windsor Blvd. There, the vehicle made a U-Turn and passed the detective.
"The passenger sat on the rolled down SUV doorframe window holding onto the roof of the vehicle and fired several shots towards the detective’s vehicle. The unmarked police vehicle was struck at least once," a news release said. The detective told police that the suspects also drove into oncoming traffic and began to drive directly at the detective's vehicle.
Both suspects were followed to the area of El Mirage Road and Indian School Road where detectives in marked vehicles took them into custody. Police said a semi-automatic handgun was found in the vehicle.
New Mexico man accused of trying to set disabled wife on fire
over stimulus check
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico — A New Mexico man is facing charges after police say he became enraged he didn’t qualify for a Covid-19-related stimulus check and tried to set his wife on fire.
The Albuquerque Journal reports Joe Macias was arrested following an argument with his disabled wife, where he allegedly doused her with gasoline. The wife told police Macias had come home with a four-pack of beer and “upset because he did not qualify for the stimulus check.”
According to police, the 63-year-old Macias threw gas on his wife and their mobile home. The wife told officers Macias then pulled out a cigarette and attempted to light it several times, but was unsuccessful due to the lighter getting gasoline on it. Police said officers later found Macias walking down the street, his clothes soaked in gasoline. Officers also discovered the victim, her hair and pajamas soaked in gasoline, inside the couple's nearby trailer. Macias is charged with attempted murder, kidnapping, and aggravated battery against a household member.
Among Quadruple Family Murder Homicide in Texas - HISPANIC child
Police in Laredo, Texas, arrested 20-year-old Samuel Enrique Lopez on capital murder charges Friday after four members of a family, including a 2-year-old child, were found dead Thursday evening. One member of the family was found dead inside the home and three others, including the toddler, were found in a vacant lot four blocks away, according to local media reports. Lopez was arrested in 2019 for felony charges of indecency with a child through sexual contact. Current charges include two counts of capital murder, one count involving multiple victims and another count involving a child younger than age 10. He faces death or life imprisonment without parole.
determine shooting was a HISPANIC murder-suicide
The Hidalgo County (Texas) Sheriff’s Office said that a welfare concern deputies responded to Thursday has been ruled a murder-suicide. Authorities say 73-year-old Lindolfo Meza Sanchez shot and killed 41-year-old Bertha Bermudez before dying by suicide.
LGBT-XYZ Transgendered SICK DEVIANT Rachel Levine, the Health
Secretary in Pennsylvania
Every time Pennsylvania Health Secretary Rachel Levine appears on television with Governor Tom Wolf to talk about coronavirus in the state, Philly Mag gets a surge of internet traffic to articles we published more than five years ago. Those articles focused on the fact that Levine is the highest-ranking transgender official in Pennsylvania and one of a small number of transgender people serving in elected or appointed offices nationwide.
Levine has been open about "her-its" personal life. "she-it" has an old photo hanging in "her-its" office showing "her-it" when "she-it" was a married man named Richard, standing with "her-its" family. Levine is now divorced, and "her-it" children are grown.
Levin/Lewin/Levine: Hebrew in origin, marking a descendant of the tribe of Levi
What it’s like to be a transgender Jew in the military now
Gates will use microchip implants to fight coronavirus
The main reason many Christians and some Shia Muslims are opposed to body-invasive identification technologies, however helpful such technologies are for preventing pandemics, is because they believe that such technologies are the so called ‘Mark of Satan’ mentioned in the Bible and some Mahdi prophecies. In the Book of Revelations in the Bible, anyone who does not have this “mark” is not allowed to buy or sell anything.
leader considering legal action against San Francisco after
crackdown on sidewalk counseling
|17 April 2020|
Five (Black) Pennsylvania men charged in Spotsylvania triple
SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY, Va. (WWBT) - Spotsylvania police say five men from Pennsylvania have been charged in a triple murder that occurred last May.
On May 29, 2019, the Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 8300 block of Arlene Acres Drive at 9:00 a.m. to find three people dead in the home and two other children - an infant and a toddler - alive.
The three deceased victims were, Michael Coleman, 39, Rachel Ozuna, 34 and Kyruss Ozuna, 14. The deceased was discovered when Kyruss’s father went to the residence to check on his son.
Sheriff Roger L. Harris announced that detectives have charged the following people each with three counts of 1st-degree murder:
James Christopher Myers, 30
Durward Anthony Allen, 27
Jamal Kelvin Bailey, 30
Hugh Cameron Green, 30
Montel Jaleek Wilson, 26
Arrested for shooting a White man in the head - killing him in
fatal shooting on SEPTA train
A 21-year-old Delaware County man has been arrested in last month’s fatal shooting of a Kensington man on SEPTA’s Market-Frankford Line train, Philadelphia police said Wednesday.
Tahmir Banks, of the unit block of Beverly Avenue in East Lansdowne, was arrested and charged Friday with murder, gun violations, and related offenses in the March 30 shooting death of 41-year-old Nicholas Troxell.
A police spokesperson said the motive for the shooting was an argument, but did not elaborate. The shooting was believed to have occurred while the westbound train was near the Erie-Torresdale station shortly after midnight.
After SEPTA police learned of the shooting, they removed Troxell — who was shot once in the head — when the train stopped at the Allegheny station in Kensington. He was pronounced dead shortly afterward at Temple University Hospital. He was a devoted dad to five children and had seven grandchildren. - (Black-on-White)
Hispanic) 33, held without bail in connection to RI double
murder (of a white woman and a black Hispanic man)
A man has been held without bail in connection to a double homicide in Providence, according to police. Authorities said Jose Diaz Marmolejos, 33, who was charged with two counts of murder, appeared in court on Monday for an arraignment.
Police said they responded to the train tracks near 135 Harris Avenue on Friday night just after 6:30 p.m.
They said they located a parked SUV with two dead bodies inside, later identifying them as Hailey K. Bennett and Ostwald “Danny” Sanchez. Through the help of surveillance video and other evidence, police said they learned that the crime occurred in Central Falls, adding that the investigation remains ongoing. Maj. David Lapatin previously said Diaz Marmolejo was arrested on Saturday after the bodies were discovered by an Amtrak worker. - (Black-on-White)
Birmingham mother, boyfriend 'Gregory Peck' charged in shooting
death of her son
A Birmingham woman and her boyfriend have been charged in this week’s shooting death of her adult son.
Micia Sharika Gamble, 45, and Gregory Peck, 59, are charged with murder. Killed in the Monday domestic violence incident was 21-year-old Tim’Darius Theophilus Gamble. Birmingham police responded just after 8 p.m. Monday to the residence at 716 Avenue H in Pratt City. When they arrived at the home, they Tim’Darius Gamble lying in the back yard by a vehicle. He was unresponsive and pronounced dead on the scene.
Murder suspect tracked down, bitten by K9 officer before being
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis man wanted for killing another man and leaving a juveniles with serious injuries outside a local convenience store was taken into custody by a task force after a confrontation with a K9 officer.
According to police, officers were called to the A1 Speedy Corner on Park Avenue on April 6 and found Raymond Howard suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was later pronounced dead on the scene.
At least 15 other people were in the parking lot including a juvenile who also sustained a possible gunshot wound to the top of her head. She was taken to Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in critical condition.
A Crime Stoppers tip and an eye witness led officers to identify the suspect as Curdarreion Wilson.
Wilson had been able to evade police on three different occasions and was saying that he “would not hesitate to use violence against law enforcement, and that he could not be found or caught.” On Thursday, the U.S. Marshals Task Force and the Multi Agency Gang Unit spotted Wilson. Wilson jumped from the car and fled on foot, losing officers in the process.
That’s when K9 Echo was released and tracked Wilson to a crawl space on Belle Haven. Echo went in after Wilson and reportedly bit him multiple times. Wilson crawled out of the space and was taken into custody without further incident.
infant found dead inside squalid home two weeks after police
received tip of child neglect
A bruised and "extremely malnourished" infant died in a chaotic Milwaukee home in March despite multiple chances for emergency personnel to intervene in the months preceding, according to court records. Princeton Williams was born in December weighing 8 pounds and 10 ounces. He weighed just over 7 pounds three months later upon his death.
His body was found March 29 dehydrated and emaciated. He had scratches, bruises and a burn injury. Rigor mortis was taking hold by the time paramedics reached him. His home along the 2100 block of North 37th Street in the Washington Park neighborhood was in a squalid state, with no working furnace and floors covered in garbage, food and feces.
His mother, Shantoria K. Williams, 32, has been charged with a felony count of chronic child neglect. The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office is investigating the case as a homicide, having not yet reached a conclusion on the final cause of death.
But questions remain as to how emergency personnel failed to intervene since the home was the subject of at least eight emergency and nonemergency calls for service over the course of two months leading up to the child’s death.
Man arrested after motel standoff charged with attempted murder
of three police officers - March
A Montgomery man is charged with attempted murder after he and several officers got into a standoff at a motel Wednesday.
Benjamin Baldwin, 39, was charged with three counts of attempted murder and shooting into an occupied vehicle or building, according to Montgomery police. Lt. Jarrett Williams said officers responded to the 3600 block of Richard Road in reference to the man about noon. He was armed, Williams said.
The man, identified as Baldwin, fired a gun at officers multiple times as they responded to the InTown Suites Extended Stay motel. The scene was secured and after an extended standoff, Baldwin was taken into custody without incident.
Monkey wrench-wielding suspects wanted for central valley
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department says that a months-old robbery investigation is still open with the suspects still on the loose. According to LVMPD, the robbery occurred on Jan. 10 around 9:30 p.m. at a business near Rancho Drive and Bonanza Avenue.
The suspects, a man and a woman, were armed with a large yellow monkey wrench, which they used to threaten an employee. According to police, the woman even swung the wrench at the victim's head before fleeing the store with stolen merchandise.
The male is described as a black adult, roughly 35 to 49 years old with a medium build. He was last seen wearing a black Raiders beanie, an orange and green jacket and gray pants.
The female is described as a black adult, roughly 35 to 45 years old with a medium build. She was last seen wearing a black and yellow cheetah print jumpsuit.
Alert canceled after 2-year-old girl found safe; mother charged
A 2-year-old girl who was reported missing in Spalding County on Wednesday evening has been found safe, and her mother was jailed in connection with a shooting that prompted the statewide search.
Griffin police responded to a home in the 400 block of Circus Street about 9:30 p.m. after receiving calls about a person shot. When officers arrived, they discovered blood and a shell casing, but no victim. While at the scene, officers were told the victim had arrived at the hospital with a gunshot wound to the face. That person, who has not been identified, had to be flown by helicopter to Atlanta Medical Center due to the severity of their injuries.
After speaking with witnesses, detectives identified the shooter as 21-year-old Johnetta Taylor of Forsyth. Taylor’s daughter, 2-year-old Amina Cole, was with her at the time and was taken when her mother fled the scene. Taylor was taken to the Monroe County Jail and held for Griffin police. She faces one count of aggravated assault and one count of attempted murder in connection with the shooting. The person she allegedly shot remains hospitalized but is expected to survive.
Man killed (White) Chicago liquor store clerk after he refused
to sell him beer: prosecutors
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...
CHICAGO - A Garfield Ridge man allegedly stabbed a liquor store clerk to death Saturday after he was turned away from buying a case of beer in Brighton Park, prosecutors say.
Moises Morales didn’t have an ID and was turned away twice before allegedly pulling out a 4-to-6-inch knife and repeatedly stabbing 56-year-old cashier Christ Douvlis, Cook County prosecutors said Monday.
The attack was allegedly carried out in front of witnesses and a store surveillance at Liquorama Chicago in the 4400 block of South Kedzie Avenue, prosecutors said. Douvlis died at Mt. Sinai Hospital, with stab wounds to his torso, chest and abdomen, and “defensive wounds” to his hands, prosecutors said. On Facebook, staff at Liquorama said Douvlis was the “greatest friend to all who knew him.” “He absolutely loved being a godfather! He loved￼ his family and his friends he would do anything for you! Even if it was just to make you￼ laugh! For all of us that know him there we’ll be a forever void in our hearts￼￼! We are all better people for having had Christ Douvlis be a part of our lives!” the post says.
Morales, 26, was allegedly driven to the store by his parents and went outside to get his father after he was turned away from buying a case of Budweiser. He returned with his father, announced that his dad was buying the case of beer, but the Douvlis refused to sell the beer because Morales didn’t show an ID.
Morales then allegedly spit on Douvlis. As Douvlis stepped out from behind the plexiglas-covered counter, Morales allegedly reached into his pocket for the knife, raised the weapon over his head before making a “stabbing motion toward [Douvlis’] gut” as the two men tussled over the knife.
A security camera later shows Morales and his father leaving the store, as a pool of blood forms around Douvlis.\
Phoenix couple charged with 1st-degree murder in drive-by
shooting - victim not identified....
A Phoenix man and woman have been charged with first-degree murder in connection with the killing of a man in a drive-by shooting, according to court documents. On Feb. 23, Phoenix Police Department officers responded to an emergency call near 83rd Avenue and McDowell Road in west Phoenix. Upon arriving, officers found a man with gunshot wounds dead in the driver's seat of his Nissan car. A bag of partially eaten food from Carl's Jr. was also located inside the vehicle. Officers decided to observe surveillance cameras in the vicinity of the closest Carl's Jr. to where the victim was killed.
During an interview with the victim's family, officers learned that the victim may have stolen drugs from his eventual killer, who was named as "Anthony." Using the victim's phone, officers found a number belonging to the name "Anthony," and after running the number in a search through various criminal databases, found Anthony Valenzuela, 24. Officers discovered that one of the possible addresses for Valenzuela had a car that matched the appearance of the car involved in the shooting registered to it. The car was registered to a woman named Brittney Martinez, 26, who appears to be Valenzuela's girlfriend.
Security footage on the day of the homicide showed both the victim and Martinez placing orders at the Carl's Jr. The Malibu involved in the shooting was parked near the Carl's Jr., and Martinez got in the vehicle, according to court documents.
note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't
buy from, sell to and/or steal drugs
Boone County man Bobby Cortez, charged with sodomizing
BOONE COUNTY, Ky. (FOX19) - A Northern Kentucky man has been charged with 10 counts of sodomy against an underage victim, according to the Boone County Sheriff’s Office.
Florence-resident Bobby Cortez, 38, said in a police interview he had been on drugs and could not recall the abuse. Cortez reportedly said if the victim had reported the allegations then he would take full responsibility and wanted to apologize for being a “monster."
The victim is a 14-year-old whom Cortez is accused of sodomizing 10-15 times while living in Kentucky, according to the sheriff’s office. Cortez was arrested Tuesday after deputies found he had violated conditions of release from a prior, unrelated charge. Each count of sodomy is punishable by 10-15 years in prison. According to the sheriff’s office, Cortez is being held on a $100,000 cash-only bond for the sodomy charges and $2,500 bond for the violations of conditions of release charge.
man charged with aggravated murder in stabbing deaths of family
Prosecutors charged a 33-year-old Wapato man with aggravated first-degree murder in the deaths of his mother and sister-in-law.
In court documents filed Tuesday, Yakima County Prosecuting Attorney Joe Brusic said he would not seek the death penalty against Edward C. Robinson. While the state Supreme Court has struck down the death penalty, Brusic earlier said that capital punishment remains in the statute, and making such declarations clarifies the state’s position.
Robinson’s charge includes a domestic violence enhancement. A person found guilty of aggravated first-degree murder can only be sentenced to life without parole. Robinson is accused of killing Maria Martinez, 50, and Shante Barney, 23, in the home the women shared April 9. Both women were stabbed to death, according to Yakima County Coroner Jim Curtice. Martinez was Robinson’s mother, and Barney was his sister-in-law, court documents said.
|(The too-young-to-name) NJ girl charged for attacking Asian woman over the coronavirus|
linguist charged with espionage; accused of supplying U.S. intel
sources to Hezbollah contact
WASHINGTON–A Defense Department linguist was charged with espionage Wednesday for allegedly supplying the names of U.S. intelligence sources to a foreign national linked to the Hebollah terrorist organization.
Federal prosecutors accused Mariam Taha Thompson, 61, of compromising the sources' identities by providing the information to a Lebanese citizen, placing their lives in "grave danger."
"If true, this conduct is a disgrace, especially for someone serving as a contractor with the Unites States military," Assistant Attorney General John Demers said. "This betrayal of country and colleagues will be punished." Thompson was arrested by FBI agents at a U.S. military facility in Erbil, Iraq, where she held a top secret government security clearance.
U.S. Defense employee disclosed secret information about American spies to "Hezbollah"
|16 April 2020|
BLACK SUSPECT WANTED FOR MURDER OF (WHITE) STUDENT TURNS HIMSELF
PENDER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — The third suspect wanted for the murder of a UNCW student and veteran turned himself in on Wednesday, according to the Pender County Sheriff’s Office.
Brandon Tyrell Chambers, 21, has been charged with armed robbery and first degree murder in connection with the death of Christopher Stewart.
Two other suspects, Myasia Morange, 18, and Raymond Brooks, 33, have also been arrested and face multiple charges, including first degree murder. Stewart was found dead at Miller’s Pond Park in Rocky Point on March 27th. All three suspects are being held in the Pender County Jail under no bond. - (Black-on-White)
nurse who beat coronavirus pummeled, robbed by PACK OF BLACK
A New York City nurse who recently recovered from the coronavirus was attacked on her way to work by a group of vicious youths who badly beat her and ran off with her purse, police sources and the victim told The Post.
Martha Toscano had just gotten out of the 6 train station on her way to work at Bellevue Hospital Wednesday around 10:30 p.m. when about 15 thugs ran her down and pummeled her to the ground.
“I thought they were going to kill me,” Toscano, 60, said in a phone call from her Queens studio Thursday.
“They hit me on the head, on the face, I run and fell on the floor and they keep hitting me.”
The brutal beatdown was interrupted by three men driving down the street, who screamed “Stop it, stop it,” Toscano recalled.
“Thank God these angels came, because nobody was in the street, nobody.”
The good Samaritans pulled the woman up and tried to chase the muggers to retrieve her purse, to no avail.
Police on Thursday arrested three of the alleged assailants, including two teenage girls, aged 14 and 15, and a 19-year-old man (Negro-named) Deshawn Harrison. All three suspects are residents of a nearby group home run by the city’s Administration for Children’s Services (ACS), sources said. Harrison — who has a lengthy rap sheet — was charged with robbery in the second degree, the sources said.
Toscano suffered scrapes and bumps all over her body but was able to escape the bruising without serious injuries.
“I have pain in all my body,” she said. “My back, my neck, bumps on my head, even on my elbows.”
“I’m so afraid,” she said. - (Black-on-White)
Woman Charged In Connection To Death Of 7-Year-Old Son
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police say a woman has been charged with attempted murder in connection to the death of her 7-year-old son.
Police announced the arrest of 26-year-old Natasha Franks, on Wednesday.
Authorities say just before 7 p.m. on Sunday, 7-year-old Tazmir Ransom was rushed to St. Christopher’s Children’s Hospital for difficulty breathing. According to police, Tazmir was found to be suffering from numerous severe injuries. Police say Tazmir died at the hospital on Wednesday. Franks is currently facing attempted murder, aggravated assault, endangering the welfare, unsworn falsifying, among related charges.
21-Year-Old Tahmir Banks Charged With Fatally Shooting Man On
SEPTA Train In Kensington
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Prosecutors have charged Tahmir Banks with murder in last month’s SEPTA train shooting in Kensington.
Police say he shot and killed 41-year-old Nicholas Troxell on the Market-Frankford Line.
It happened at Kensington and Allegheny Avenues on March 30.
Banks, 21, is from Lansdowne. He has been charged with murder and other offenses.
suspect arrested in LaPlace mother's murder accused of trying to
aid her alleged killer
Detectives investigating the murder of young mother Ja'Riel Sam have arrested a second suspect who is accused of helping the man accused of her murder.
Kevin Hollinger, 36, of LaPlace, was booked Monday with being a principal to first-degree murder, said St. John Sheriff Mike Tregre. Hollinger acted as an accomplice to Corrie Wallace, 37, the man accused of kidnapping Sam, 25, from her LaPlace apartment early Sunday morning before executing her in the 400 block of Belle Terre Boulevard in LaPlace, authorities said.
Wallace was booked Monday with first-degree murder.
lawyer asks Minneapolis murder charges to be thrown out after
death of key witness, COVID-19 delays
An attorney for a man charged with a killing last summer in downtown Minneapolis is asking a judge to throw out the case after a key defense witness was killed late last month.
The defendant, James Wren, 36, is accused of firing the shots that killed Michael Clark and left his nephew paralyzed from the waist down after an altercation in a parking lot behind Augie’s Cabaret and Sneaky Pete’s last June. He was later indicted by a grand jury on first-degree murder, and the trial date was set for March 16. But citing caution over COVID-19, prosecutors asked for, and were granted, a continuance that pushed the trial back to May — a delay that Wren’s court-appointed lawyer argues violates his right to a speedy court proceeding. Then, on March 22, a witness in the case, Kyle Culberson, was killed when a gunman opened fire on a birthday party at a house in north Minneapolis’ Shingle Creek neighborhood, striking Culberson and two others. Last week, Christopher Brown, 23, was charged with a single count of second-degree murder and two counts of attempted second-degree murder in the shooting. He remains in jail in lieu of $1 million bond.
arrested for capital murder after man shot in chest in Orange
ORANGE, Texas — A 17-year-old and 21-year-old have been arrested on capital murder warrants in a Saturday shooting in Orange that left one dead.
Trey Gibson, 17, was shot once in the chest according to Orange Police Department.
Clifton Hawthorne, 21, was arrested along 17-year-old Davion Riggs.
This is a developing story.
date moved again for Darvin Tennyson murder case - black woman
murdered her husband with help of her son
A Farmington Hills woman and her son convicted on charges related to the 2016 murder of her husband, Darvin Tennyson, again have a new sentencing date, rescheduled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Beatrice Flint-Tennyson, 68, pleaded no contest in March to tampering with evidence in a criminal case. She faces up to 10 years in prison. Charges of open homicide, second-degree homicide, tampering with evidence and disinterment/mutilation of a dead body were dismissed.
Her son, Delbert Flint, 47 of St. Joseph, pleaded guilty to manslaughter and being a habitual offender. Charges of open homicide, second-degree homicide and disinterment/mutilation of a dead body were dismissed. Tennyson’s body was found March 30, 2016 in the trunk of a burning car in Detroit. Flint-Tennyson and Flint were arrested about a year ago.
arrest second suspect for Charleston murder
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Investigators announced the arrest of another suspect charged for a murder in Charleston.
Rashaad Vernon Simmons, 30, was arrested on Tuesday in connection to a fatal shooting on March 30 that took the life of 34-year-old Kevin Pruitt from Charleston.
Frederick Jenkins, 60, was also charged with murder and possession of a deadly weapon during a violent crime. The incident happened at about 1:35 a.m. in the area of Stuart Street and Hanover Street.
Police responded to a report of an unresponsive man lying on the ground.
Authorities said the victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
Man charged in deadly Cleveland stabbing also accused of
attacking woman, records say
CLEVELAND, Ohio – A man charged in his roommate’s stabbing death in Cleveland is also accused of attacking and seriously injuring a woman a short time later, court records say.
Trenton A. Tate, 31, is charged with aggravated murder, felonious assault in kidnapping in two separate cases in Cleveland Municipal Court. He has been in custody since Cleveland police officers arrested him Monday afternoon.
Tate is accused of using a long-bladed knife to fatally stab Deverione J. Doyle, 28, in the chest and back Monday at their home on West 112th Street near Clifton Boulevard. A third roommate told police that he argued with Tate earlier Monday, but left the home after Tate punched him. The third roommate returned home about 4 p.m. and found Doyle stabbed to death, police said. Police arrested Tate in connection with the attack on the woman about 2 p.m. Monday, several hours before the third roommate discovered the killing, according to court records. Tate punched and beat the woman as he forced her out of an apartment on Garden Valley Drive near East 79th Street, court records say. He then dragged her down a set of concrete stairs, records say.
|(violent, cowardly black) man
let out of jail for $50 accused of beating his ex and her
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A man beat his ex-girlfriend and threw her grandmother to the ground two weeks after he was released from jail on a low bond after being arrested for a violent crime, according to Harris County records.
Timothy Singleton, 31, has a warrant out for his arrest.
Two weeks ago, he was released from jail after paying $50 on a $500 bond. The bond was controversial because he has violent convictions. Most recently he was accused of pulling a gun out on his aunt's neighbor.
At his first court appearance at the end of March, Magistrate Jennifer Gaut and prosecutor Karen Barney had a heated exchange about the bond amount. Barney requested a $50,000 bond based on his criminal history. Gaut ultimately explained COVID-19 concerns in the jail were driving her decisions. District Judge Chris Morton upheld the bond. The Harris County District Attorney's Office was in the midst of an appeal when Singleton allegedly committed another violent crime. "This is exactly what we predicted. What we were fearful of," said Andy Kahan, director of victim services at Crime Stoppers.
DeKalb inmate escapes from custody during hospital transfer
Authorities are searching for a DeKalb County inmate who escaped custody at Grady Memorial Hospital on Thursday.
Torinto Antoine Christian, 35, of Decatur, was arrested Monday on aggravated assault and kidnapping charges, the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release. However, he escaped after a medical-related transfer, prompting a manhunt.Christian asked for medical assistance while in his cell and was taken to Grady, the release said. Investigators said he slipped out of his handcuffs at the hospital and fled.
Singer R. Kelly's New York sexual abuse trial postponed to
Federal prosecutors in the Chicago case charged Kelly last July with engaging in sex acts with five minors, recording some of his alleged abuse on video, and using threats to keep victims quiet. A trial in that case is scheduled for October.
Man pretended he was gay to lure Lesbian woman before violently
raping her, prosecutors say
An Atlanta man pretended he was gay to lure his female victim into his home, where he “violently” raped her, prosecutors said.
Taurence Callagain, 36, was convicted by a jury in the September 2015 incident after meeting the unnamed victim at a Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority station just weeks earlier, Fulton County prosecutors announced Tuesday. “They rode the same train and eventually exchanged numbers,” Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard said. “The victim is a lesbian and has a female partner who she was in a relationship with when she met the defendant.”
Callagain gained the victim’s trust by making her believe that he wasn’t interested in women, giving her the impression that he had no intention of starting a sexual relationship, Howard said.
On the night of the attack, the woman missed her last bus, prompting Callagain to offer her a ride home so she wouldn’t have to walk more than a mile to her apartment in Allen Hills.
Howard said Callagain then told the woman that he needed to stop at his home, where the victim thought the pair were going to the man’s bedroom to smoke marijuana. He instead “violently” raped the woman, telling her that he would summon his friends if she resisted, prosecutors said.
Gang Member Arrested In Arlington For Capital Murder In Dallas
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Enforcement and Removal Operations arrested a Salvadoran man in Arlington who was wanted for capital murder.
Jonathan Alexander Gonzalez-Rosales, 25, is in the U.S. illegally and an active member of the 18th Street Gang, a transnational criminal organization, ICE explained in a news release Tuesday night.
The Texas Office of the Attorney General assisted members of the ERO Dallas Fugitive Operations Team with the arrest last Thursday. According to court documents, Gonzalez-Rosales was wanted for the murder of Franklin Alexander Mercado, 17.
Mercado’s body was discovered Jan. 22, 2020, in the 300 block of N. Prairie Creek Road in Dallas with multiple stab wounds.
A Dallas County magistrate judge issued an arrest warrant for Gonzalez-Rosales April 1, 2020, for capital murder.
migrant from El Salvador, 20, and 19-year-old both enrolled in
high schools, charged with raping 11-year-old girls
Two Maryland public high school students, aged 19 and 20, have been arrested for allegedly raping different 11-year-old girls off campus in separate incidents.
Jonathan Coreas-Salamanca, 20, and Ivan Reyes Lopez, 19, have both been charged each with second-degree rape. Coreas-Salamanca faces additional counts of sexual abuse of a minor and third-degree sexual offense.
Coreas-Salamanca, a Salvadorian national living in the US illegally, was arrested at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, where he was enrolled as a student, on February 13. Six days later cops arrested Lopez at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, where he is a student.
Both students had immigrated to the US and were enrolled in the Montgomery County Public School system. - 26 Feb 2020
Undocumented immigrant, deported twice before, caught raping
woman under stairwell
WHEATON, Md. (ABC7) — An undocumented immigrant, twice deported from the United States, had to be pried off a half-naked, semiconscious woman he was raping.
The first patrol officer to arrive on the scene stated he witnessed the man, later identified as Jose Lopez-Gonzalez, 35, raping the woman. The outdoor, metal stairwell was in plain view of the sidewalk and street and located between a dollar store and a Mexican restaurant.
named most-likely Muslim Brooklyn man Khaled
Ahmad allegedly disemboweled
dad, cut off body parts
A Brooklyn man holed up in the house with his father during the coronavirus outbreak was arrested Wednesday for allegedly knifing and “badly mutilating” his dad, including by disemboweling him, police and sources said.
Following the gory murder, Khaled Ahmad, 26, allegedly left his family’s Dyker Heights home drenched in blood and went to a nearby bagel shop around 4:30 a.m., where he confessed to police officers. “I killed my father,” Ahmad told them, according to an NYPD spokesperson. The cops cuffed him and went to the tidy, two-family brick home on 84th Street near 14th Avenue, where they found 57-year-old Imad Ahmad dead with multiple stab wounds, police said. “The body of the father was badly mutilated,” the spokesperson said. Ahmad had allegedly cut off his father’s arms and part of his head, in addition to gutting him, police sources said. He had placed some of the body parts near the rest of the corpse.
Democrat Georgia State Rep. Breaks From Party, Slams SENILE
Biden and Endorses President Trump
Democrat Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones has defied his party and endorsed President Donald Trump’s reelection.
Jones also slammed Biden, saying that his policies devastated a generation of African American families.
Jones endorsed Trump on Tuesday, praising the president for the economy, criminal justice reform, and his support for historically black colleges.
["Wicked Witch of the South"] The chairwoman of Georgia’s Democratic Party, Nikema Williams, is outraged about the endorsement and called Jones an “embarrassment.”
Jones described himself in 2008 as an “independent thinker and a conservative Democrat who supports faith-based initiatives, tough immigration laws and fiscal responsibility.”
“Senator, Why Are You Being Arrested?” -
Sen. Nikema Williams (D-Atlanta) is arrested by capitol police during a protest over election ballot counts in the rotunda of the state capitol building Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018, in Atlanta. John Bazemore/AP Photo
O' Lakes drops 'racist' Native American image from packaging
after nearly 100 years
Land O’Lakes CEO Is First Openly Gay Woman To Head A Fortune 500
white supremacists from North Georgia denied bond
The men — Michael Helterbrand, 25, of Dalton; Jacob Kaderli, 19, of Dacula; and Luke Lane, 21, of Silver Creek — have each been charged with participating in a criminal gang and conspiracy to commit murder. Floyd County Police allege they are members of “the Base,” described as a violent organization that is seeking to “establish a white ethno-state.” A different judge denied them bond in February.
|"HUGE demonstration in Michigan (100,000 people) against punk gov. tyrant violating free assembly"|
Most NYC coronavirus testing done in whitest and wealthiest zip codes, - "White Privilege, Racism, Ect-ism"
“As the data shows, the COVID-19 crisis is hitting communities of more color the hardest – while those same communities have less testing to diagnose the virus or resources to fight it,” said Public Advocate Jumaane Williams (D-Brooklyn), the city’s highest-ranking elected black official. “
Jihad of Killing Crops - by Bill
Illegal Muslim immigrants are destroying Greece's olive trees as a form of economic warfare. But the attacks also attack Greece's heritage, since Greeks have been using and selling olives for 4000 years. But, why do Muslims do this. The simple answer is the same for all questions about Muslims--Allah commands it and Mohammed did it.
|15 April 2020|
Man charged with murder in Columbus County fatal shooting of
COLUMBUS COUNTY, N.C. (WECT) - A Whiteville man has been arrested and charged in connection with a fatal shooting in Columbus County last week.
Nigel Tasheem Bracey Jr., 30, was taken into custody on Friday and charged with one count of murder. He is accused of fatally shooting Joshua Blake Tedder, 25, of Lake Waccamaw, on April 7. According to the Columbus County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to Hallsboro Road South in Hallsboro just after 10 p.m. in reference to a gunshot victim. Upon arrival, they found a vehicle in the ditch with Tedder, who suffered multiple gunshot wounds, in the driver seat. He was taken to a nearby hospital where he later died from his injuries. Detectives began their investigation and eventually executed a search warrant at Bracey’s home on Honey Hill Drive on Friday. Bracey was taken in for questioning and eventually charged with Tedder’s murder. He’s currently in the Columbus County Jail under no bond. - (Black-on-White)
details released in connection to death of (White) Altus man
after falling out of stolen truck - driven by negress
ALTUS, Okla. (TNN) - More details surrounding the suspect behind a truck theft that led to a man's death in Altus have been released.
Over the weekend Victoria Hooper turned herself in after seeing our report about a warrant for her arrest.
Altus police say she took off with Daniel Moore’s work truck when he left it running. He hopped in the back to try to stop her. He eventually fell out and later died from his injuries.
According to investigators, Hooper later drove to a friends’ home and asked to get the truck painted and to get a bumper guard added to it. One friend told police she even changed the license plate. Hooper’s been charged with three counts including first-degree murder. She’s set to have her initial court appearance on Thursday.
A tattooed-neck black killer was arrested for the 'ruthless'
Easter murder of a (White) man in Washington Parish
Authorities say a Texas man faces a murder charge after a 24-year-old was shot multiple times on Easter Sunday in Washington Parish. According to the Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to a rural area in southeast Washington Parish Sunday afternoon after getting calls of gunshots. At the scene, deputies found the body of Brett Ritchie of Bogalusa who had been shot multiple times.
Investigators say witnesses in the area described a car with Texas plates that drove away from the area after shots were fired. A car matching the witness description was later found in the Enon area and deputies detained the driver, 24-year-old Trevion R. Mark.
The sheriff’s office says the deputies searched Mark and found illegal drugs, although it wasn't clear what kind. Mark was booked into the Washington Parish Jail on drug possession charges. “After several search warrants and interviews, detectives were able to put Trevion Mark at the crime scene with the victim,” the sheriff’s office said. Mark was then arrested on another charge for second-degree murder. Investigators are still trying to determine a motive.
note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't
buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks
one finds a 'crime scene' in the jungle with the carcass of
some unfortunate 'victim' one does not ask
"what could have been the motive" for this ruthless murder? Shall we search for clues to find a suspect?" Put out an 'APB'?
- from "On Safari in America - or Senseless Acts of Random Evil" by Frank K. Dirkmun
say (nappy-headed black) Elgin man twice tried to strangle his
deviant sex partner - is it a 'them' or a 'they'?
An Elgin man is facing felony charges for choking a victim with whom he is in a domestic relationship. Kane County State's Attorney Joe McMahon announced that he has charged 20-year-old Xavier L. Pruitt of the 300 block of Bent Street in Elgin with aggravated domestic battery (strangulation), unlawful restraint and domestic battery. Kane County prosecutors allege that on Friday morning, Pruitt and the victim began to argue at Pruitt's home. Pruitt punched, kicked and twice tried to strangle the victim, prosecutors said. The victim eventually was able to escape the house.
NYC man accused of beating girlfriend denied release amid
A Brooklyn federal judge on Wednesday shot down a convicted felon’s request to be be sprung from jail to avoid getting the coronavirus — and gave him a bench slap for using the teleconference hearing to complain about his lawyer.
Renere Hightower, 35, was allegedly caught on camera on the night of Sept. 11, 2019 beating his girlfriend on a Bedford-Stuyvesant sidewalk — shoving her to the ground and pointing a .22 caliber pistol in her face — then brandishing the weapon at bystanders when they tried to come to her aid.
Hightower had asked to be allowed out on bail due to the virus pandemic and called into Wednesday’s teleconference hearing from Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center — where four inmates and 16 staff members had tested positive for COVID-19 as of Wednesday.
Suspect Tejion Lee arrested in fatal shooting of Shamar
Davis at Brooklyn housing complex
Vegas police K9 stabbed by violent black criminal animal-abuser
suspect 'several times' during arrest
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Las Vegas police said a Metro K9 was stabbed during an arrest on Monday night. The stabbing happened about 8:37 p.m. on April 13 in an apartment complex on the 3800 block of Cambridge Street, near Twain Avenue. At the scene, officers were trying to arrest a man with assistance of the K9, according to Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Lt. David Gordon. According to LVMPD Officer Larry Hadfield, the suspect then stabbed the K9 "several times."
The suspect was identified as 57-year-old Jeffrey Holland. Hadfield said Holland was originally stopped on a traffic bench warrant and expired plates before the stabbing. Holland now faces additional charges of resisting an officer with a deadly weapon and attempting to kill a police animal.
The K9 involved, a 3-year-old Dutch Shepherd named Kimura, was taken to an emergency veterinarian and had surgery, Hadfield said. Sources said the dog was stabbed in the neck during the attack.
man shoots at three BLACK armed robbers who broke into his home
Three armed robbers got the shock of their lives when they broke into a Florida apartment — and were shot at by the person inside, police said. Chilling surveillance video shows the trio walking up to a second-story Neptune Beach residence on Tuesday evening, as one of them uses his body to push in the door. Seconds later, about five gunshots ring out and the three men scurrying out, with one even leaping over the balcony to the ground. Police said one of the home invaders was shot in the chest and was being treated at a hospital, local outlet WJXT reported. The other two were still being sought on Wednesday.
The male resident who fired the shots is not facing any charges.
lawmakers call for ILLEGAL ALIEN farmworkers to be
shielded from deportation during pandemic
[more loyal to their 'Hispanic' blood than to the Citizenship of their country: United States of America]
The RACIST and UNPATRIOTIC - DISLOYAL Congressional Hispanic Caucus
New York City has 'CRIME WAVE' under VIRUS lockdown |
Cakeshop owner in court again for denying LGBTQ customer
Christian business owner Jack Phillips is being sued by a transgender ?woman? who tried to order a trans-themed birthday cake from his Colorado bakery. The plaintiff, Autumn Scardina, had previously filed a complaint against Phillips with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission and is now in the midst of a lawsuit at the district level.
goat-fornicators arrested for alleged Muslim
terrorist antichrist ISIS plans to attack U.S. bases
Berlin — German authorities say police have arrested four suspected members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) who were planning an attack on American military facilities. Federal prosecutors said the suspects were arrested by tactical police units early Wednesday at various locations in the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
They identified the men as Azizjon B., Muhammadali G., Farhodshoh K. and Sunatullokh K. - all citizens of Tajikistan. The suspects' surnames weren't released for privacy reasons. The men's alleged leader, a 30-year-old Tajik man identified only as Ravsan B., has been in jail since March 2019 on unspecified charges. - Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!
York City: Jona Rechnitz headed for self destruction like Adam
Sandler in ‘Uncut Gems’: suit
Corrupt Mayor Bill de Blasio donor Jona Rechnitz is a celebrity connected scam artist comparable to Adam Sandler’s character in “Uncut Gems,” a diamond dealer charged in a federal suit in California this week. Los Angeles Jeweler Peter Marco claims in the suit filed Tuesday that he is one of several high-end jewelers Rechnitz and his wife have ripped off since he was convicted in a widespread public corruption case in the New York. As part of the scam, Rechnitz introduced Marco to bling-wearing celebrities including NBA legends Shaquille O’Neal and Scottie Pippen, along with boxer Floyd Mayweather and Kim Kardishian and Kris Jenner, according to the suit.
democrap governor Gavin 'Anus' Newsom announces VIRUS CASH to
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced he would spend $75 million of taxpayer money to create a Disaster Relief Fund for immigrants living in the country illegally. Newsom, noted 10% of the state’s workforce are immigrants living in the country illegally.
“Their personal information will not be required to get those supports,” he said. California has an estimated 2.2 million immigrants living in the country illegally, the most of any state, according to the Pew Research Center.
|RFK widow Ethel Kennedy ‘loves’ Che Guevara, ‘has a subversive streak’|
|Senile democrap Joe Biden calls coronavirus 'COVID-9,'|
pastor faces $1,000 fine and jail time for holding Easter
officials remove crosses from churches amid coronavirus for
being 'higher than the national flag'
|14 April 2020|
Florida man freed from jail over coronavirus allegedly murdered
someone the next day
A Florida man released from jail last month to help limit coronavirus outbreaks in county lockups was arrested again Monday — accused of murdering a man the day after his release, a report said.
Joseph Edwards Williams was facing drug charges when he and 163 other inmates — considered low level offenders — were sprung from Hillsborough County Jail on March 19, according to WFLA, citing the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office. Authorities believe that Williams was the triggerman who fatally shot a man the next day in the Progress Village area, the report said.
Williams was arrested on a warrant Monday in Gibsonton. Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister slammed Williams, claiming “he took advantage” of the administrative order to free inmates amid the coronavirus pandemic to “commit crimes.” “As a result, I call on the State Attorney to prosecute this defendant to the fullest extent of the law,” Chronister said.
Cherokee County sex offender wanted after failing to register —
For the second time since his 2013 conviction, a sex offender in Cherokee County absconded, authorities said.
Jamun Rhykeen Slocum, born in 1995, is on the run after failing to re-register and verify his address, the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office said. He was convicted of sexual battery against a child in 2013.He didn’t receive any time in prison for that conviction but instead received five years on probation, Georgia Department of Corrections records show. In 2015, he absconded for the first time, leading to him being found guilty of failing to register as a sex offender and netting him 10 months in prison, GDC records show.
female) Atlanta police supervisor accused of biting fellow
officer, hitting him with her car
An Atlanta police supervisor faces felony charges after being accused of hitting a fellow officer with her car and biting him, authorities said.
Lt. Sharonne Annette Steed faces four charges after the Friday afternoon incident at a Wells Fargo bank at 3820 Camp Creek Parkway, Atlanta police spokesman Carlos Campos said. Steed approached the bank in her private vehicle while Officer Joel Paul Curtis Richardson was working an off-duty job assisting with traffic, Campos said in a news release. Steed is accused of refusing to comply with Richardson’s orders.She continued to ignore his orders and ended up hitting him with her car, the release said. Richardson tried to remove Steed from the vehicle, which is when she’s accused of biting his hand.
Pregnant Woman Arrested For Stealing News Van With Reporter
A woman has been arrested in Atlanta for stealing a news van with a reporter still inside it.
The CBS46 TV news van was investigating a crash in Northwest Atlanta when it became the subject of an even bigger news story. After finishing her live report around 6am on Tuesday, journalist Iyani Hughes returned to the van to start editing it, while her photographer got out to shoot more footage. She started the ignition to power up the computer, and was just reaching over to lock the doors, when a woman jumped into the driver's seat and sped off, sending Hughes -- who is pregnant -- tumbling to the floor. According to police the thief was one of the drivers involved in the original crash, 38-year-old Seniqua Lunsford -- who is also pregnant.
Carjacking: Police Say One Of Three Suspects Arrested
Elijah Crichlow, 18, of the 1500 block of East 33rd Street, has been charged with armed robbery; robbery; theft from $100 to $1,500; using a firearm in a felony crime; and armed carjacking, according to court records. He is being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center.
teens arrested, accused of second-degree murder in Northside
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A pair of teenagers were arrested this week and accused of second-degree murder in connection with shooting death on the Northside in December.
A man was shot and killed on the afternoon of Dec. 14, 2019. The man was found dead inside a car on High Plains Drive, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said.
After investigating, Rashaurd D’Shaun Lewis, 19, and Terron Da’Sean Robinson Jr., 19, were identified as suspects by JSO. Both men were arrested Thursday.
Charge Filed In Case Of Missing Austin Woman
AUSTIN, TX — A man was arrested after admitting to police he was responsible for the death of his girlfriend who had been the subject of a missing persons alert issued by police in 2019, officials said on Wednesday. The case dates to Aug. 13, 2019, when the daughter of Robin Lynette Hatcher, 53, reported her as missing to police, according to a news release.
The daughter and other family members told police Hatcher had been dating Paul Ray Adams, 37, at the time of her disappearance. The family members' concern was heightened given Adams' past domestic abuse history, police said.
arrested for capital murder after man shot in chest in Orange
xORANGE, Texas — A 17-year-old and 21-year-old have been arrested on capital murder warrants in a Saturday shooting in Orange that left one dead.
Trey Gibson, 17, was shot once in the chest according to Orange Police Department.
Clifton Hawthorne, 21, was arrested along 17-year-old Davion Riggs.
This is a developing story.
|(Black) Polk teen murder victim remembered: Darren Joseph
killed with brother, mom before dad killed self
HAINES CITY – Eighteen-year-old Darren Joseph hoped to make a difference in the world and was set to join the United States Air Force after what would have been his graduation from Ridge Community High School this year, but that never happened.
Joseph, his brother, Markus, and their mother were killed Sunday by their father, Mark Joseph, before he took his own life, according to Haines City Police reports, which say Joseph suspected his wife, Marie, was having an affair.
Now, family and friends and the staff at Ridge Community in Haines City are mourning the loss of Darren, 14-year-old Markus and their parents.
|(black 'aspiring') Rappers'
argument leads to school parking lot shooting, attempted murder
A shooting in the parking lot of Roy Neal Shelling Elementary School on March 24 allegedly started due to a disagreement between two local rappers. A Monroe man is now facing attempted second-degree murder charges related to the shooting.
In an arrest warrant for Devonta Johnson, 26, police state a large group gathered in the school parking lot around 4 p.m. in the afternoon. Several men engaged in a fight due to the disagreement between the rappers. After the fight started, gunfire erupted into a crowd of approximately 30 people, including men, women, juveniles and what appeared to be a woman holding a baby in a blanket, the report states.
In the chaos, people fell while running away, cars fled from the scene and a wreck happened as two vehicles left.
ALABAMA police arrest two suspects in apartment complex homicide
Mobile ALABAMA police have made two arrests in the shooting death of a man at Peppertree Apartments on Sunday morning. Police responded to the scene at Peppertree Apartments at 6078 Sperry Road at 11:08 a.m. in reference to the report of one shot.
Upon arrival, officers located Alvin Dees, 22, suffering from a gunshot wound. Dees was transported to the hospital where he later succumb to the injuries sustained from the shooting. Officers shortly after discovered another male suffering from a gunshot wound. After initial investigation, police believe that this man is one of two suspects in the death of Dees. After the man was released from the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, Harry Davis, 26 was arrested and charged with murder. A second suspect Hyron Davis, 21, was arrested and charged with murder Monday.
Woman, 25, (bad shot) Charged With Attempted Murder In
Bergenfield, Teaneck Shootings
A uthorities charged a 25-year-old woman with attempted murder in separate shootings that they said occurred hours apart in Bergenfield and Teaneck.
Tamykah Trival, of Teaneck, first fired at the intended victim, also 25, and missed in the area of in the area of Hargreaves Avenue and Ardsley Court in Teaneck shortly before 11 p.m. Monday. She fled in an orange-colored Volvo SUV. Around 3 a.m. Tuesday, Trival again shot at the victim, who was in a vehicle in the area. She missed her target and instead wounded the driver in the shoulder. He was taken to Hackensack University Medical Center, where he was treated, A Teaneck police sergeant later captured Trival, who was carrying a 9mm handgun.
Dems call for breakdown of coronavirus cases by race, ethnicity
Why stop there - demand that your local democrat activists demand that virus cases be reported by sexual preference
pack of drug dealing scum from New York, Los Angeles and Georgia
- arrested in Northern California
OROVILLE, Calif. - During a weekend traffic stop, the Butte County Sheriff's Office arrested two men from New York, one man from Georgia and a woman from Los Angeles after deputies say two had felony warrants and over 60-pounds of marijuana were found in the car. Officials say on April 11, a deputy conducted a traffic stop in Oroville and found the four in the car. The deputy learned Christopher Gude of New York had a felony warrant for his arrest, out of the East Coast state, for homicide. Another man, Frank Perry of Georgia, also had a felony warrant out of Trinity County.
Meanwhile, officials say police K-9 "Chico" alerted deputies to the smell of narcotics and led them to find about 64-pounds of marijuana and about $99,000. In addition to the arrest warrants, officials say the four were also arrested for possession of marijuana for sale and for transportation of marijuana. Detectives and deputies interviewed all those arrested and say they learned Gude, Julian Jenkins of New York and Samantha Reyessickles of Los Angeles, all came to the North State from Los Angeles to buy marijuana.
note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't
buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks
Woman Charged After Stabbing Mother Approximately 10 Times On
CHESTER COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — A Downingtown woman is facing attempted murder charges after stabbing her mother multiple times on Easter Sunday, according to the Chester County District Attorney’s office. Downingtown police say they were called to a home on the 200 block of Highland Avenue for an alleged assault.
When officers arrived at the home, they say they found 30-year-old Alexis Wilson holding a large knife and found the victim lying face down in the living room surrounded by blood. Blood was also found smeared on the wall. According to officials, the victim had approximately 10 stab wounds from her neck down to the bottom of her back, as well as a knife wound on her right cheek.
While investigating, officers say they learned that Wilson had physically attacked her mother during a dispute.
The victim was rushed to Paoli Hospital and was placed in a medically-induced coma.
Offender ID:75853 - (she does look Lesbian, though) - They also list a 22-year-old "Alexis Wilson" that is black
American) Texas Woman Shoots, Kills Mexican-named Intruder Who
Left Her Fiance Unconscious
Fredericksburg, TX — A Texas couple are recovering after a home invasion early Saturday morning left an intruder dead and the homeowner in the hospital.
On April 11th, around 12:45 in the morning, homeowner Curtis Roys was awoken by loud noise. It sounded like somebody was banging on the outside of his house in the 15000 block of Ranch Road 965.
Roys, 73, went to investigate. That’s when police say he saw an intruder on his back patio forcing his way into the house. Roys confronted the young man, but was overpowered. The intruder began beating him on the head with a blunt object.
Meanwhile, Roys’s fiance, 65-year-old Melody Lumpkin, was pleading for the intruder to stop hurting him. The intruder, later identified as Cleto Neri Solorzano, paid no attention to her begging.
Melody Lumpkin knew that once Roys was unconscious, there was nothing to stop this guy from killing her…or worse. She ran back to their bedroom and got a handgun.
Meanwhile, Roys didn’t go down from the beating, so the intruder placed him in a choke hold until he passed out.
When she came out, she saw Roys still on the ground. She fired a warning shot. Still, the man kept assaulting her unconscious fiance.
She shot one more time, this time hitting Cleto Neri Solorzano in the head. He collapsed, and she ran to Roys. As he regained consciousness, they called the police.
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...
When they arrived with the Fredericksburg Fire and EMS, they transported Solorzano to the Hill Country Memorial Hospital. He was later pronounced dead.
Man indicted on murder charge for brother’s death
He didn’t fire the shot that killed his brother, but he’s been indicted on a charge of murder and two counts of aggravated robbery for his sibling’s death. A Hidalgo County grand jury indicted Noel Alvarado on the charges on March 19, stemming from a deadly Dec. 3 home invasion that left his brother, Emanuel, dead.
The Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office arrested the man after he brought his brother who was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to Knapp Medical Center at around 12:45 a.m. on Dec. 3. Investigators found “blood and bullet holes” that matched up with what Noel told investigators about his brother. A man who lived in the home, 26-year-old Johnothon Gonzalez, disarmed Emanuel and shot him.
fertility study sheds light on the DEPRAVED PSYCHOTIC
ABERRATION of people that rebel against their sex
It’s unclear how many trans 'men'? give birth or have their eggs frozen in the U.S.
In Australia, where government agencies have tracked both sex and gender since 2013,
54 transgender 'men'? gave birth in 2014.
By then, he was married, and decided to get his eggs harvested so his wife, Calla, could get pregnant
with his child through in vitro fertilization.
THREATS AND ATTACKS THAT RATTLED A CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY CAMPUS
"Every single one in this photo will get what is coming to them," read the ominous Instagram message sent to several students of color at the University of La Verne, east of Los Angeles, in March 2019. The accompanying black-and-white photo was of a group of outspoken students who were well-known on campus for organizing anti-racism protests. Seen in the photo: Anayeli Dominguez Peña, a Mexican-American graduate student and vocal "social-justice" agitator. She had been instrumental in organizing numerous protests in the Decolonize ULV group she co-led.
News of the racist threat quickly spread through social media, stoking fear on the campus of over 8,600 students. The university had already been marred by student accusations that the administration wasn't doing enough to combat racism and protect minority students. Those pictured in the threat were called to an emergency meeting where administrators detailed a safety plan for the victims. It included increasing security, making available escort walking buddies and providing rides as needed.
All the cases remained unsolved—until March 9, 2020. After nearly a year of investigations involving multiple agencies, the LVPD said at a press conference that Dominguez Peña, 25, had faked the threats against herself and others in ten total separate "incidents." The same day, she was arrested on felony charges of making criminal threats and perjury, as well as seven misdemeanors related to electronic impersonation and filing false police reports. - (NNN Hatecrimes)
|Obama Endorses his Boyfriend|
|(Drudge) reports: Rand Paul Warns Trump: Federal Government Not The ‘Ultimate Regulator Of Our Lives’|
|North Carolina protest of 'stay-at-home' orders leads to arrest|
tracking technology raises privacy concerns: "It's a little
"I had to fill out a form, putting in my address, my ID number and all that for them to track me," he told CBS News foreign correspondent Roxana Saberi. "They verbally told me that, you know, your phone will be satellite tracked."
But he didn't realize how closely it would be tracked. "My phone ran out of battery for about 15 minutes," he said. "I plugged it in … but by then, there was already two police officers knocking on my door." Hsieh said "it's a little scary" that officials have the capability to do that level of tracking and enforcement.
People Waking Up: Coronavirus Lockdown Sparking Nationwide
Protests - Ron Paul
From Ohio to Wyoming to Michigan to North Carolina, Americans are increasingly furious over being thrown into house arrest over a coronavirus scare that by all accounts has been wildly overblown. Now they are facing unemployment and worse. With nothing left to lose they are taking to the streets. Meanwhile several US states are teaming up to defy President Trump's top down approach. Are we in a (political) race to re-open?
Trump to make 'very important' announcement on reopening US
economy in next day or two
Causes of Death - in the United States as of 2017
church arson suspect who wanted to deface 13 religious sites
referred to himself as “the anti-Christ,”
WHEATON, Maryland - A Maryland man accused of intentionally setting fires at a Catholic facility and scrawling swastikas on a synagogue told his girlfriend he wanted to vandalize more than a dozen faith buildings.
Police arrested Andrew Costas, 28, and Rebecca Matathias, 25, Sunday on charges of defacing religious property, arson and malicious destruction of property after responders found multiple fires burning outside a religious facility last week,Worth added that Matathias said Costas “told her he wanted to vandalize three synagogues and 10 churches,” according to the documents.
The documents alleged the two lit homemade incendiary devices doused in gasoline and tossed them toward the church building. Investigators discovered ignitable liquids at the scene, police said.
Costas was previously arrested April 10 and accused of spray painting swastikas and “derogatory epithets” on a Rockville synagogue March 28, Montgomery County police said in a statement. He faces separate charges in that case, including defacing religious property.
|GOP senator aims to release (corrupt spoiled promiscuous drug using nepotist) Hunter Biden investigation report this summer|
|Creepy touchie feely senile democrat Joe Biden accused of SEXUAL ASSAULT of female staffer - suppressed by media|
apologizes after a restaurant in China bans black customers
China's WeChat app translates 'black foreigner' to N-word
In modern times, this has manifested frequently as discrimination against Africans such as the Nanjing anti-African protests and intensified police action against Africans in Guangzhou. Reports of racism against Africans in China grew during the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic in mainland China. 鬼 子 (guǐzi) – "Guizi", devils, refers to foreigners
|13 April 2020|
|UPDATE: The black female police
officer that murdered another black female officer in 'love
turns out that the suspect was a LESBIAN and she shot her BISEXUAL black female cheating with a male police officer - (no report as to whether the 'man' was either BISEXUAL or TRANSSEXUAL...)
Alabama police detective shot female lover in ‘love triangle’ with male police detective
A veteran Birmingham police detective was arrested for killing her girlfriend who was (promiscuously) also having an affair with a male Birmingham police detective. Police responded to Germania Park around 11:51 p.m. Friday after the city's gunshot detection system, ShotSpotter, alerted them to shots fired in the park near Pearson Avenue. Alfreda Fluker, 39, walked up to the passenger side door of the patrol car and shot Kanisha Nicole Fuller multiple times through the window.
Fuller, 43, was sitting in the parked car with an unidentified male police detective who did not return fire.
Fuller was rushed to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead. According to law enforcement website LEOaffairs.com, Fluker was in a relationship with Fuller and shot her after finding out she was also having an affair with the male police detective. Fluker was taken into custody at her West Birmingham home just before 7 a.m. on Saturday.
The police chief described the love triangle as "something that's been going on for a little while, but without our knowledge."
|For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature:|
Sports: Judge reduces bail for ex-University of Utah football
player charged with raping women
WEST JORDAN — A judge has significantly reduced bail for the University of Utah football player charged with raping a teen girl and sexually assaulting two other women.
Terrell Maurice Perriman, the 20-year-old wide receiver from Miami, was expected to post bond after 3rd District Judge Chelsea Koch ordered the reduction from $750,000 to $50,000 on Monday.
“These are very serious allegations. We have three alleged victims,” Gill said. “Our position has never changed, that when it comes to these kinds of violent offenses, we believe this person has been a risk to the community and we don’t believe this is an appropriate release.” Prosecutors allege Perriman held a 17-year-old high school student against her will and raped her in his Salt Lake City apartment on Jan. 23.
Suspect arrested in Columbus for rape, child molestation
COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - A suspect was arrested in Columbus Monday on multiple sex crime charges.
William Booker, 39, is charged with felony child molestation, rape, and enticing a child for indecent purposes. Details on the charges have not been given.
Booker is scheduled to appear in Recorder’s Court April 15 at 9 a.m.
links Springfield man to 2017 statutory rape, police say
Authorities say DNA from a used condom helped them bring charges against a Springfield man who allegedly sexually abused a runaway girl three years ago.
Christopher Johnson, 34, was charged Tuesday with first-degree statutory rape for acts that allegedly occurred in May 2017. Tuesday's charge against Johnson comes almost a year after the other defendant in this case, Robert McCaw, was convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison for his role. McCaw was accused in 2017 of harboring two runaway girls at a home in Springfield's Fassnight neighborhood, giving them meth and planning to have them participate in commercial sex acts.
Athens boogieman charged with raping teenager in home
An Athens man was arrested Thursday on charges he sexually assaulted a teenager after authorities said he climbed through a window of the victim’s home to attack the teen.
Julius Willis Moses, 55, of Cone Drive remained in the Clarke County Jail on Friday charged with rape, child molestation and burglary. Athens-Clarke police said Moses climbed through the window of a home in the Nellie B Avenue neighborhood about 4:40 a.m. Thursday to assault the 15-year-old. The victim was able to identify the suspect leading to his arrest by police the same day.
Madison man arrested in connection with New Glarus overdose
NEW GLARUS (WKOW) -- A Madison man faces a possible first-degree reckless homicide charge in connection with an overdose death Wednesday in New Glarus.
Kerwin L. Harvey, 63, Madison, was arrested Thursday in Madison and taken to the the Green County Jail. He is waiting for a court appearance. The person was pronounced dead at the scene. During the investigation, law enforcement says they obtained evidence leading them to believe the death was opioid related.
Investigators say they also learned that Harvey was suspected of supplying the opioids to the victim.
Man Arrested After Drug Bust in Seaford
Hispanic mestizo Dover man charged with raping 12-year-old
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...NEW PHILADELPHIA A 19-year-old Dover man has pleaded not guilty to a charge that he raped a 12-year-old in his apartment.
Dionicio Baten-Sica, of 223 St. Clair St., was indicted in March. The incident is alleged to have occurred between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31, said Amanda Miller, assistant Tuscarawas County prosecutor. “This is not alleged to have included force or coercion and is considered rape due to the juvenile female being under the age of thirteen (by two months) at the time of the sexual conduct,” Miller told The Times-Reporter by email.
Bernardino Police Arrest Hispanic Man (with MEX name) Accused Of
Rape, There Might Be More Victims
SAN BERNARDINO (CBSLA) — San Bernardino police have arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting several women, and detectives believe there may be additional victims. According to the San Bernardino Police Department, several female victims reported being sexually assaulted by a Hispanic male adult in the downtown area of San Bernardino between November 2019 and March 2020. During the encounters, the victims would willingly get inside of the suspect’s white Jeep or blue SUV where he would then produce a box cutter and rape the victims. On March 24, two separate victims reported being raped in the same manner.
Police arrested Jonathan Arredondo, an active California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation parolee, in Riverside. Arredondo was booked into the San Bernardino County Jail for forcible rape, sodomy, oral copulation and assault with a deadly weapon.
Phoenix man arrested for domestic violence against elderly
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- A Phoenix man has been arrested after police say he abused an elderly family member. The incident happened Saturday at a home near Thomas Road and Virginia Avenue. When police arrived, the victim and a witness told police that the suspect, 19-year-old Dario Isreal Rodriguez, grabbed the victim by the hair with both hands and shook her head violently before threatening her.
The victim, an elderly family member of Rodriguez, had no visible injuries
but documents state that she is in poor health and cannot move around well on her own.
chief on leave for alleged remarks on Sodomite gay cop's
Police Chief Dale Engle allegedly blamed a deputy sheriff's COVID-19 death on his "homosexuality"
Health and morbidity statistics for homosexuals - Duck
Health and morbidity statistics for homosexuals - Google
Approximately 13% of homos died from HIV-related causes compared with 0.1% of normal men
Higher Risk of Mental Health Problems for Homosexuals
Abused Anus Syndrome leads to various bowel health problems in 'gay' men
|(THERE IS NO 'FREEDOM OF SPEECH' IN A FAR-LEFT THOUGHT-CRIME DICTATORSHIP)|
Democrat Virginia governor signs LGBTQ nondiscrimination measure
into law - making it the first in the South
Midstate registered sex offender wanted for rape, sexual
activity with animals captured
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — ***WARNING: This article contains graphic details***
The Humphreys County Sheriff's Office has arrested a registered sex offender who is accused of rape and sexual activity with animals.
Gary Wayne King, 56, of McEwen was arrested on Saturday afternoon by members of the Humphreys County Sheriff's Office Crime Suppression Unit, along with patrol deputies. According to an affidavit obtained by Tennessee River Valley News, a woman told police that King bound her against her will, naked, by tying her hands with wire to a wooden stand on April 5. She said King then encouraged a mid-size dog to mount her and rape her.
|HALF-JAPANESE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION HIRE
TO 'DIVERSIFY' WHITE NASCAR - SAYS 'NIGGER' -
driver Kyle Larson suspended (and forced to GROVEL) for using
racial slur during virtual race
NASCAR ordered Larson to complete a sensitivity training course before he's eligible for reinstatement.
(THERE IS NO 'FREEDOM OF SPEECH' IN A FAR-LEFT THOUGHT-CRIME DICTATORSHIP)
|NASCAR in 2013 suspended Xfinity Series driver Jeremy
Clements for using the same N-word Larson used while Clements
was speaking to a reporter.
Kyle Larson is half-Japanese -- his grandparents spent time in an internment camp in California during World War II -- and he climbed from short-track racing into NASCAR through its "Drive for Diversity" program.
He is the only driver of Japanese descent to win a major NASCAR race.
National Socialist Public Radio headlines - In Idaho,
Far-Right Republicans Defy Coronavirus Health Restrictions
"..."Quite frankly, I don't know why Idaho is falling in line with some of the most liberal governors across the nation," said Rep. Heather Scott, a state lawmaker from Blanchard, in northern Idaho.
On her YouTube channel and in her regular newsletter to constituents, Scott called COVID-19 the virus that threatened to kill the Constitution. She also routinely casts doubt on the severity of the pandemic.
"The lying, Trump-hating media who continues to push global and socialist agendas has told us that there is an emergency," Scott said in her YouTube video..."
Not Allowed’: Reports Of Discrimination After Chinese City
Orders Mandatory Quarantine For Africans
After five Nigerians tested positive for COVID-19 in Guangzhou, China, the government ordered all residents of African descent to quarantine for 14 days, a move that led to businesses and landlords to issue evictions and bans that many in the African community said were based on discrimination.
ASIAN Oakland, CA Man Charged With Statutory Rape, Lewd Conduct
With Child Under 14
OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A Oakland man was charged with multiple counts of statutory rape and lewd acts with a child under 14, police said.
Oakland police said on Twitter the district attorney’s office charged Kao Ching Saechao following an sexual assault investigation by the department’s Special Victims Section.An underage sexual assault investigation by our Special Victims Section concludes with an Oakland man facing 12-15 years in prison. @AlamedaCountyDA charged Kao Ching Saechao with multiple counts including Statutory Rape and Lewd and Lascivious Acts with a child under 14. pic.twitter.com/SDbibGwimo — Oakland Police Dept. (@oaklandpoliceca) April 13, 2020
Police said Saechao is facing 12-15 years in prison if convicted of the charges.
Loi Le, who is a Vietnamese national, is wanted in
connection with the reported rape of a child in Sheffield.
(text of Asian (chinaman, jap, other) crime news story)
|Jarring photos show bodies piled in closet, slumped in chair at Detroit hospital - because the morgue was full.|
seized in 6 of the largest fentanyl busts were enough to kill
229 million Americans
[Comes from Red China - distributed by MEXICAN drug cartels and BLACK drug pushers]
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(blacks) charged in murder of (White female) high school
senior in SW Miami-Dade as loved ones mourn victim
WEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) - A devastated community is mourning the loss of a high school senior who was shot and killed in Southwest Miami-Dade, a day after two suspects were arrested and charged with murder. Loved ones gathered on Easter Sunday at the home where Andrea Camps lived. Neighbors and friends stopped by with balloons and signs that read “forever in our hearts” and “we miss you.”
On Saturday, Miami-Dade Police officers took Adrian Cosby and George Walton, both 19 years old, into custody at the former’s residence along the 12100 block of Southwest 270th Street. The suspects got into an altercation with Camps and her boyfriend, Sergio Berben, as they were trying to sell them a pair of shoes in the area of 27052 SW 121st Court. The arrest report states Cosby approached the driver’s seat of Berben’s Jeep Wrangler and shot him and Camps, who was in the passenger seat. Police said Berben tried to get away but Camps had been shot in the torso, and he was grazed by a bullet. Rescue crews transported them to Jackson South Medical Center, were Camps succumbed to her injuries. After shooting the driver, the suspects fled northbound and stayed at Cosby’s home. Upon their arrest, Walton told police that he and Cosby were planning to rob someone, apparently Berben. Police showed Berben a photographic lineup and positively identified Cosby as the person who shot him and killed his girlfriend. - (Black-on-White)
|11 April 2020|
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