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    (black) Ethiopian gets 18 months in prison for threatening to kill Trump
black suspect DALLAS (AP) — A 36-year-old Texas man has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for threatening to assassinate President Donald Trump, prosecutors said.
Mickael Gedlu was sentenced Friday, according to a statement from U.S. Attorney Erin Nealy Cox’s office in Dallas. He pleaded guilty in December to making threats against Trump. According to plea documents, Gedlu admitted he threatened Trump's life on social media, stating on YouTube: “I am waiting for Trump to visit Dallas before I attempt to assassinate him.”
During court proceedings, prosecutors said that on May 31, 2018, Gedlu was observed across the street from Dallas’ Adolphus Hotel just 30 minutes before Trump arrived there for a fundraiser. Dallas police officers noticed Gedlu holding a “Kill Trump” sign and detained him as he screamed “kill the president.”
Prosecutors said the U.S. Secret Service conducted the investigation with the assistance of Dallas police.
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    (black) Robeson County man facing murder charges for (apparently white) man who went missing
black suspectMAXTON, N.C. — A Robeson County man is facing murder charges in connection to a man who was originally reported missing earlier this week. Austin Ransom, 19, of Maxton, was arrested on Friday by Robeson County Sheriff’s Office investigators. He has been charged with first degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon, first degree arson and second degree burglary. He was placed in the Ransom was placed in the custody of Robeson County Detention Center with no bond for the first degree murder charge. Ransom was given a $2 million secured bond for the remaining charges.
Maj. Damien McLean with the sheriff's office said in a press release that Justin Cody Hunt, 30, of Maxton was reported missing on Tuesday by family members. He was last seen by family members around 5 p.m. on Tuesday in Pembroke with a friend. Hunt's last communication with family was via phone around 9 p.m. that night. The friend that Hunt was last seen with was located around 10 p.m. after being involved in a vehicle wreck. The wreck occurred in the area of Hwy 74 and Selma Road in Lumberton.
- (Black-on-White)

    (black) Montgomery man charged with child rape
black suspectMONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - A 47-year-old Montgomery man has been arrested and charged with first-degree rape of a young child.
Court documents indicate Lewis Anderson sexually assaulted the child between 2016 to 2017 in Montgomery. The victim is less than 12-years-old. Terry Abbott with the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles says their records show Anderson was sentenced to 20 years in 2008 for burglary and theft charges.

Anderson was arrested Thursday and is being held on a $60,000 bond at the Montgomery County Detention Facility.

    Two (black) capital murder defendants plead not guilty in circuit court - falling out between 'partners in crime'
black suspectsTEXARKANA, Ark. — Two men accused of capital murder in the Feb. 3 shooting of a Texarkana, Arkansas, man entered pleas of not guilty this week at separate hearings in Miller County.

Jucquian Martez Tyson, 22, and Keanu White, 23, are accused of killing Phillip Lee for the $3,000 to $4,000 in cash believed to have been in his possession before he was fatally shot, according to a probable cause affidavit.
Texarkana, Arkansas, police were called to the Village Park South Apartments on East Street shortly before noon Feb. 3. Lee was found on the ground outside his apartment with gunshot wounds to his chest, side and wrist. He was pronounced dead that evening at a local hospital.
According to court records and earlier reports, Tyson, White and Lee had been charged previously as co-defendants in the burglary of a local pawn shop.

    2 (blacks) charged in murder of East Orange man, 1 is at large
black suspectsTwo men were charged with the murder of a 31-year-old East Orange man, and one remained at large on Friday, authorities said.
Clarence Johnson, 34, Anthony Hagan, 31 were charged with the April 13 murder of Shawn Watford, the East Orange Police Department and the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office announced Friday evening.  Hagan was recently arrested and lodged in Essex County Jail but Johnson was still on the run and a warrant was issued for his arrest, the office said. The pair was also charged with conspiracy and weapons-related offenses. Watford, 31 was shot in East Orange in the area of North Arlington Avenue and Williams Street at 1:22 p.m. and was taken to University Hospital in Newark where he was pronounced dead about 20 minutes later.

    (black) Asheboro teen charged with murder following shooting investigation
black suspectASHEBORO, N.C. — Asheboro police are investigating after a shooting left a man dead, early Friday morning. According to the Asheboro Police Department, the shooting involving four people happened on Coleridge Road. Police said 22-year-old Detavius Bruton was pronounced dead at a hospital, while 18-year-old Azion Fair and Jemen Portis both were 'only' treated for gunshot wounds. Investigators said robbery was a motive in the deadly shooting.

They have arrested Jemen Davone Portis, 18, who's charged with murder.

    (BLACK) Louisville man charged with murder after fiery crash that killed 1 and injured 4, including children
black suspect LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A Louisville man has been charged with murder after police said he drove drunk, causing a crash that killed one man and seriously injured four other people, including three children. The crash took place around 11 p.m. Tuesday on Millers Lane, just west of Dixie Highway, according to court documents. Police said Jermaine Sneed, 36, was intoxicated while driving eastbound at a high rate of speed and crashed into a van driven by Danny Whitfill, according to an arrest warrant. Whitfill died at the scene, according to police, who said both cars were engulfed in flames by the time officers arrived.

"It was a horrific scene," said Lt. Col. Josh Myers, assistant chief of police for the Shively Police Department. "There were neighbors who had pulled some of the injured folks from the cars. "The flames were high enough to where they were actually reaching the transformer on a telephone pole," he added.

A woman and two children in the van with Whitfill were badly injured in the crash. The woman was taken to University Hospital in critical condition. The two children were taken to Norton Children's Hospital. One of them suffered a broken leg. The second child was in critical condition. Their current conditions are not known. Sneed was able to get out of his vehicle, along with his 8-year-old son and an adult male passenger. Both Sneed and his son were taken to the hospital via ambulance — the other adult male passenger was not, though he did go to the hospital. The 8-year-old suffered a cut that required surgery.

Sneed was taken to University Hospital, police said. According to court documents, a police officer could smell alcohol on his breath. A blood test showed that Sneed's blood alcohol level was over the legal limit of .08, according to police.

Additionally, police said they learned that Sneed did not have a valid driver's license at the time of the crash. Days earlier, Sneed had been arrested by Louisville Metro Police and charged with careless driving, operating on a suspended operator license and first-degree fleeing or evading police on foot. He was released April 9 on the condition that he not drive, according to court documents.

    Deputies: Search for murder suspect hauls in drugs, $85K in cash
black suspectIVA, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - Anderson County deputies say a call indicating a murder suspect was in Iva turned into a major haul of drugs and cash for them this week. ACSO says they were summoned to a home on Flat Rock Road on Monday for the call, and made contact with the residence. When they opened the investigation, they were able to open a search warrant that lead to the haul. Investigators seized 24 grams of crack cocaine, 2.35 pounds of marijuana, three firearms, several THC vape pens, THC wax, and $85,000 in cash.
ACSO arrested Tiqua Groves, who was charged with trafficking crack cocaine. He was not in the jail's online mugshot system as of Friday, but ACSO provided a mugshot and photo of the haul on their Facebook page.

    Police investigating fatal shooting in southeast Columbus; suspect charged with murder
black suspectCOLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) — Police are investigating after a deadly shooting in southeast Columbus Saturday morning left one man dead. Columbus Police said officers arrived at a residence in the 2000 block of Burwell Drive around 12:30 a.m. after a reported attempted break-in and found 30-year-old Terrance Flowers with multiple gunshot wounds. Flowers was taken to a hospital where he later died around 3 a.m. Investigators have charged Anthony Evans, 26, with murder. Police said Flowers was discovered outside of Evan's residence and that the two men had "a conflict" prior to the shooting.
  • VINE, America’s number one victim notification network identifies the suspect as black

  •     Black man in custody, charged with murder in East Lubbock shooting
    black suspectLUBBOCK, Texas — The Lubbock Police Department arrested David Ruth, 19, on Friday in connection with the deadly shooting on the 200 block of Avenue S that occurred early Friday morning.
    In the incident, Darrean Lee Nichols, 17, and Brianna Garza, 18, were shot and drove to a residence on the 1700 block of East 1st Place. Nichols was taken to University Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead. Garza had non-life threatening injuries. Ruth was previously charged on November 8, 2019 with burglary of a building. On December 23, 2019, he was charged with violating his promise to appear in court.

        (black) Man wanted in Maryland for attempted murder arrested in Youngstown
    black suspect YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — A man wanted for the attempted murder of a bus driver in Baltimore, Maryland was arrested Thursday at an apartment on Youngstown’s east side.
    James Grimes, 26, is jailed without bond waiting for detectives from Baltimore to come get him. “He faces an array of charges, which could result in a lifetime sentence,” said Detective Donny Moses from the Baltimore police department. Grimes was picked up by U.S. Marshals around 7:50 a.m. Thursday at an apartment in the 600 block of Magnolia Avenue.

    He was wanted in connection with the shooting of a transit bus driver on March 14. He appeared in Common Pleas Court on Thursday and agreed to be sent back to Baltimore. Officials say Grimes got into an argument with the driver, accusing him of missing a stop. The bus pulled over a short distance away and Grimes got off. “And upon doing so, he ran around to the driver’s side of the bus and without warning opened fire on the bus driver,” Moses said. Although the driver was shot in the chest, he was released from the hospital a few days later. Still, the incident shocked the Baltimore community.

        (black) Watertown man wins new trial on murder charge
    black suspectWATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - A Watertown man will get a new trial on murder and other charges. A state appeals court - the fourth Department of the Appellate Division - ruled that Christopher Swem’s conviction on murder, assault, weapons possession and tampering with evidence charges should be tossed out.  Swem was convicted in July, 2018 in the 2017 stabbing of Shawndell Anderson. Prosecutors argued Swem stabbed Anderson in a fight during a raucous house party on Moulton Street. Witnesses said Swem and Anderson got into a fight after Anderson pushed Swem’s girlfriend to the ground. Anderson suffered five stab wounds, two of which were fatal.
    Swem was sentenced to at least 25 years in prison. But in its ruling Friday, the court said the trial judge erred in not giving the jury a special instruction decision.....

        (black) man arrested last week on an attempted murder charge after reportedly stabbing his own father.
    black suspect A Hendersonville man was arrested last week on an attempted murder charge after reportedly
    stabbing his own father.
    According to a press release, patrol officers responded to a domestic violence call around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 15 on Newport Lane.  Officers arrived at the scene and discovered a man had been stabbed multiple times by his son, Michael “Scott” Coleman, 28, who resides in the home with his father.  Police said the stabbing occurred after an argument between Coleman and his father. The victim was transported to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

        Black Sports: Black footballer - suicide by 'recreational' drugs
    black suspectBryce Beekman's cause of death ruled as acute fentanyl and promethazine intoxication
    "Promethazine-containing products are abused for their sedative effects and to achieve a state of delirium. Used with opioids, promethazine augments opioidinduced euphoria and allows for a lower dose of opioid. Promethazine prevents opioid-induced nausea and helps alleviate some withdrawal symptoms.
    There are reports of non-medical use (abuse/misuse) of promethazine in online forums such as Erowid Experience Vaults. Sizzurp or purple drank, a mixture of promethazine/ codeine with a flavored soda such as Sprite and Jolly Rancher candy, produces what has been described as “a new mood-boosting drink designed to help you unwind after a stressful day”  -
    This aspiring footballer definitely got 'unwound'.

    Lil Wayne Hospitalization: What the Hell Is Sizzurp? - 2017
    Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

        (black) Man arrested after threatening girlfriend with knife, jumping out window at N. Wichita home
    black suspectWICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) A man who jumped out of a window in an attempt to flee from police and was tased by an officer before his arrest, faces several charges in connection with a disturbance involving a threat at a north Wichita home. Wichita police say officers arrested 54-year-old Horace Gwyn, of Wichita, on charges of rape, aggravated burglary, two counts of aggravated sodomy, aggravated kidnapping, two counts of aggravated battery, battery of a law-enforcement officer and resisting arrest. It started about 5 a.m. Wednesday with Wichita police officers responding to an unknown call for police at a home in the 3000 block of North Porter.

    "Upon arrival, officers heard a disturbance inside the home and, through a window, observed Gwyn holding his girlfriend hostage with a knife to her throat, threatening to harm her if police entered," the Wichita Police Department says. Officers spoke with Gwyn through a window in an effort to deescalate the situation. They heard the girlfriend scream and forced entry into the home, thinking Gwyn was injuring the woman.

        DNA Links Convicted (BLACK) Nevada Sex Abuser To 1981 Rape, Murder Of 16-Year-Old Girl In Oakland
    black suspectOAKLAND (CBS SF) – A 57-year-old man who had been serving a lengthy sentence in Nevada for a sexual assault conviction was arraigned on Friday on special circumstances murder charges for the 1981 rape and murder of a 16-year-old girl in West Oakland.

    Jewel Collins is charged with murder and the special circumstance of committing a murder during the rape for allegedly assaulting and killing the girl, who wasn’t named in court documents, on Dec. 23 or Dec. 24 in 1981.
    Oakland police and Alameda County prosecutors said the girl was found stabbed to death in a dirt lot next to Lowell Park on the morning of Dec. 24, 1981, and showed signs of having been sexually assaulted.
    Authorities said biological evidence collected at the time of the murder was eventually matched to Collins when Nevada uploaded his DNA profile to the national database last year.
  • VINE, America’s number one victim notification network identifies the suspect as black

  •     (black) Memphis murder suspect arrested by US Marshals near St. Louis
    black suspectMEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - U.S. Marshals arrested a 2018 murder suspect Friday near St. Louis, Missouri. Hakeem Zeb was arrested by the St. Louis U.S. Marshal’s Office on charges of first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, and possession of a firearm in commission of a felony. Back in February 2018, two victims were shot inside of a car on Elvis Presley Boulevard in Memphis. One of the victims was pronounced dead at the scene. An arrest warrant was issued for Zeb just one week later. Investigators were able to track him to O’Fallon, Illinois, part of the St. Louis exurban area, and arrest him. He was then taken into custody without incident.

    • Man wanted by MPD for double shooting that killed 1 - February 16, 2018
      MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - Two people were shot and one was killed while inside their vehicle, according to Memphis Police Department. The shooting happened on Elvis Presley Boulevard near the intersection of East Alcy Road around 1 a.m. Tuesday. Police said a man, who had been shot, flagged officers down. There was a woman in the car with the man who had been shot and killed. The man was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Police said Hakeem Jaheim Zeb, 21, was the gunman who killed the woman and shot the man.

    Arrest made in 2011 Ocala rape case
    black suspectA DNA match led authorities to charge Devardrick Antoine Bell with sexual battery in connection with an assault on a 13-year-old girl. A Silver Springs Shores man accused of raping a teenage girl nearly a decade ago was arrested on Friday.

    Devardrick Antoine Bell turned himself in at the Marion County Jail and was booked into the facility at 2:50 a.m. on Friday, Sheriff’s Office officials said. Bell has been charged with sexual battery. In October 2011, a 13-year-old girl told a Marion County Sheriff’s deputy that she went for a walk. When she returned home, a stranger followed her inside and sexually assaulted her. The teen said she armed herself with her father’s knife and the suspect fled.
    Deputies collected evidence, including a condom, which was processed at the MCSO laboratory for DNA. The condom was sent to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement lab for further testing, deputies said. "DNA" was taken from the condom, and the results were entered into a database. With no match, the investigation was put on hold until someone could be identified. On April 9, the DNA was tested again, and it matched Bell. Bell was 19 at the time of the alleged incident, officials said. He’s now 28.

        (black) Brooklyn man arrested on attempted rape days after being released from Rikers Island
    black suspectAn East Flatbush man who’d been jailed on a rape charge attacked and almost raped another woman just 10 days after he was released from Rikers Island over coronavirus fears, police sources said.

    Police responding to a 911 call found Robert Pondexter, 57 — and his crackpipe — at around 5:45 a.m. Saturday on East New York Avenue, between Schenectady and Troy avenues, the sources allege. Pondexter had allegedly been walking across the street from the Concern Heights Apartments building, a supportive housing development on the block, when he grabbed the woman by the collar and pulled her into a school parking lot. He and the victim, 58, were strangers, a police source said. The woman said Pondexter choked her and forced her to perform oral sex before demanding she take off her pants — but she was able to kick Pondexter away.
  • VINE, America’s number one victim notification network identifies the suspect as black

  •     HISPANIC man with Mexican or Filipino name charged in mom’s gruesome meat cleaver slaying: cops
    A Queens man allegedly hacked his mother to death with a meat cleaver, police sources told The Post. Cops were called to the seven-story Woodside apartment building early Saturday morning for an assault, but when they got there they found a trail of blood and followed it up to the fourth-floor apartment of Carmelita Cabansang, according to a report.
    Note: the mother's last name is FILIPINO

    When they knocked on the door, they were greeted by David Galicia. Galicia was covered in blood — but his next moves were even creepier.  After letting the police inside, Galicia apparently walked over to his mom’s lifeless body and lay on top of her.

    Responding paramedics pronounced Cabansang dead at the scene. Galicia had stab wounds to his chest and body and two knives were found next to the mom’s body. Paramedics rushed him to Elmhurst Hospital. Police, who described Galicia as “emotionally disturbed." 

        Accused murder suspect who fled custody now accused of stabbing relative eight times
    FARMINGTON — A new criminal case filed against a woman accused of murder shines light on why she possibly escaped Pre-Trial Services custody, failed to appear at an October 2019 court hearing and remains on the run from law enforcement. The female suspect allegedly stabbed a relative eight times after the victim showed up to claim her property in October 2019.

    Khadjha Keams, 25, of Window Rock, Arizona, was charged with a third-degree felony count of aggravated battery on April 23, according to the criminal complaint. Keams is also accused of a second-degree felony count of murder, a fourth-degree felony count of vehicle theft and a misdemeanor count of larceny.

    The defendant was charged with the murder of 76-year-old Gilbert Benavidez of Bloomfield after he died from an infection stemming from Keams allegedly battering him on or around April 4, 2017. She also allegedly stole his vehicle and cell phone. A family member on Aug. 4, 2017, told law enforcement Benavidez died.  Keams was charged with the murder case on March 13, 2018.
    Keams allegedly attacked Benavidez after she refused to have sex with him, using an object like a screwdriver or drill to strike him, according to court documents.

        (foreign-looking) Neighbor of two foreign-named men murdered on Bunker Street arrested for their murder, police say
    mud suspect REDDING, Calif. — The neighbor of two men murdered on Bunker Street was arrested for their murder, police say. The Redding Police Department says the investigation started when the suspicious deaths of two adult males were discovered in 2500 block of Bunker Street on Thursday, April 23, just after 5:00 p.m. Since the two were discovered, investigators say they have interviewed multiple witnesses, obtained evidence at the scene, and reviewed surveillance footage in the area.

    The victims have been identified as Ya Sosavanh, 68 years old, and Cheng Chu, 64 years old, both from Redding.  Both of the victims sustained gunshot wounds, according to authorities. Numerous items of evidence were recovered from inside the residence and suggested this was a double homicide, investigators say.

    During the course of the investigation, a neighbor identified as, Nouan Mokthephathai, 74 years old of Redding, was identified as a potential suspect.  Investigators say Mokthephathai had an ongoing dispute with the two victims.

        Murders in NYC surge for second week in a row as coronavirus lockdown continues

        FBI Announces $10,000 Reward For CAMBODIAN  Fugitive Wanted In 2017 Murder, Dismemberment Of Uber Driver
    SAN FRANCISCO, CA (CBS SF) — The FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading directly to the arrest of 50-year-old Bob Tang, wanted for his alleged involvement in the murder and dismemberment of a CAMBODIAN Uber driver in 2017. The FBI posted information about the case on its Twitter account on Friday.  Tang is alleged to have murdered missing San Francisco Uber driver Piseth Chhay in May 2017, dismembered his body, and then fled to his homeland of Cambodia, the FBI said. The remains of Chhay, a husband and father of two, were found in a Hayward warehouse owned by Tang in June of 2017.

    In November 2017, a felony arrest warrant was issued for Tang in Alameda County after he was charged with murder. A second arrest warrant for Tang was issued in March 2019 in U.S. District Court in San Francisco after Tang was charged with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

    The 50-year-old Tang is described as Asian, 5 feet 4 inches, black hair, brown eyes and weighing about 130 pounds.
    He has a mole on the left side of his nose.

    Tang also has used a number of aliases: Bob Tov, Peou Tang, Robert Tang, Kheang Kheng Tov, and Peou Tov.
    The FBI said Tang should be considered armed and dangerous.

     Israeli flag   Ultra-Orthodox (Jewish) and trans: 'I prayed to God to make me a girl'
    When Abby Stein came out as trans, "she-it" sent shock waves through the ultra-Orthodox Hasidic community. A direct descendant of Hasidic Judaism's founder, The Baal Shem Tov, Abby's parents considered her their first-born son and a future rabbi - but "she-it" was adamant that "she-it" was a girl.
    “Doth not even nature itself teach you, that, if a man have long hair, it is a shame unto him?”
    “The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman's garment:
    for all that do so are abomination unto the LORD thy God.”

    24 April 2020

        Two (blacks) face capital murder charges in February shooting on Linden Street in Texarkana
    black suspectsTEXARKANA, Ark. — A man and a woman from Magnolia, Arkansas, are facing capital murder charges in connection with the fatal shooting of a man in Texarkana in February.
    Damien Damon Butler, 25, and Cierra Nicole "Nikki" Gentry, 33, were both arrested on capital murder charges in March in connection with the fatal shooting of Devonta Biddle. The two show the same residential address on Burnt Bridge Road in Magnolia, Ark., where police have executed searches of a residence and a car.

    Police have also obtained samples of DNA from both defendants, court records show. Butler's girlfriend and Gentry allegedly were driven to Texarkana by a third woman. That woman allegedly told Texarkana Arkansas Police she was asked by Gentry to drive her to Texarkana to get marijuana.
    Biddle's brother allegedly had been warned by someone in Magnolia that his Linden Street house was being watched and a burglary possibly being planned. The brother asked Biddle to keep an eye on the home and Biddle and his girlfriend were at the house Feb. 27. Biddle's girlfriend allegedly saw someone walk through the living room and alerted Biddle. Biddle grabbed a hammer and confronted the intruder in his brother's bedroom. Biddle's girlfriend allegedly told police she heard a "scuffle" and then gunshots. She found Biddle in his brother's bedroom. He'd been shot in the head.

    The woman who allegedly drove from Magnolia to Texarkana told police she first drove to a Texarkana furniture store and picked up Butler before driving to a neighborhood where Butler and Gentry told her they were purchasing marijuana. The driver and Butler's girlfriend were allegedly waiting in the car when Gentry ran back and jumped in, claiming she heard gunfire. The group of women drove around the neighborhood looking for Butler but were unable to find him.

    The women then went to an area motel where Butler had rented a room. Butler was already there when the women arrived and he had a large amount of marijuana. The driver told police it was the largest amount of marijuana she had ever seen.

    Investigators believe Butler and Gentry planned to steal marijuana from the Linden Street house and that Biddle was shot when he attempted to stop them.

    black suspectblack suspectFRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ)- The FBI, Louisville Field Office, says it has arrested a man in Frankfort, in connection to a murder in Los Angeles.

    Investigators say 59-year-old Frederick McGowan is charged with the murder of Earl Chiles around December 21, 2019, after an argument.  Officials say McGowan was arrested last night in Frankfort just after 9.
    They say that during the arrest, 29-year-old Phillip Morris tried to obstruct the arrest, and was also taken into custody.

    • Man wanted in Los Angeles murder case arrested in Frankfort
      A second man, 29-year-old Phillip Morris was also taken into custody at the scene after reportedly attempting to obstruct the arrest of McGowan.  He faces multiple charges, including terroristic threatening, resisting arrest, and assaulting a police officer.

        (black) Masked gunman arrested for murder in parking lot, police say
    black suspectHe walked up and fatally shot Yarees Sanders for reasons only the gunman knows, but police have made an arrest and hope to find out.
    William Epps Huff Jr., 67, of Lauderhill, is accused of killing Sanders in a parking lot at 1708 N.W. Sixth St., in Fort Lauderdale. Sanders, 45, of Oakland Park, was shot several times about 7:20 p.m. April 9 and was taken to Broward Health Medical Center where he died, police said. The U.S. Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force tracked down Huff in the 2800 block of Northwest Ninth Place in Fort Lauderdale. Huff was arrested about 2 p.m. Thursday on a charge of second-degree murder, court records show. At Huff’s first court appearance Friday, public defender Dale Miller said "the gunman wore a mask and could not be identified as Huff".

        Cincinnati Ohio Police report Teen dead in Westwood double shooting, 2 (blacks) arrested on murder charges
    black suspectsWESTWOOD (FOX19) - An 18-year-old man is dead and two suspects are under arrest on murder charges in a Westwood double shooting Thursday night.  Officers said they responded to investigate a report of a shooting.
    First responders located two male victims, one adult and the other a juvenile. The victims were transported to University of Cincinnati Medical Center, where one of them died. He was identified in the news release as Ramon Benton.
    Cincinnati police homicide investigators worked through the night. By 1 a.m. Friday, they arrested two suspects: Rakeym Owens, 18. and Rakim Smith, 24.
    Both suspects are charged with murder for Benton’s death, court records show.
    They also are charged with felonious assault in connection with the other shooting victim whose condition was not released.

    black suspectThe Bibb County Sheriff’s Office says investigators and the U.S. Marshals Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force arrested 27-year-old Jahrius Isaiah Justus Whitehead in connection to the murder of 27-year-old Doug Boyd at 4211 Napier Avenue on Sunday, April 19. Deputies say Whitehead was taken into custody without incident during a traffic stop around 2 Friday afternoon.
    He was taken to the Bibb County Jail and is charged with murder. Whitehead’s arrest comes two days after two others were arrested and charged with murder.

    • Black man arrested following high-speed chase - The Herald-Dispatch Sep 7, 2018
      STYLE SETTER" Jahrius Isaiah Justus Whitehead seen sporting comfy yellow smock with blue polka dots...
      black suspectKENOVA -- (West Virginia?) — A Georgia man was arrested Wednesday afternoon following a high-speed pursuit on Interstate 64 that ended in the woods next to the interstate, according to a news release from the Kenova Police Department.
      Jahrius Isaiah Justus Whitehead, 26, of Macon, Georgia, was jailed at 12:15 a.m. Thursday. Authorities in Wayne County charged him with fleeing from officers, conspiracy, possession with intent to deliver and transporting controlled substance into the state with intent.
      Whitehead then ran across the eastbound lanes of traffic and into the woods next to the road, police said. He was located several hundred yards into the woods and taken into custody.
      Officers located an estimated $18,000 of suspected cocaine and $3,000 worth of marijuana, along with $500 cash.

      Polka dots were the biggest print on the runways for ss/2020. In a crowded market of spots, try to buy these now!!!

        U.S. Marshals track down Petersburg murder suspect in Louisiana
    black suspectPETERSBURG, Va. -- A man wanted for murder in the City of Petersburg was captured earlier this month, in a city some 1,100 miles away. Our CBS affiliate in Alexandria, Louisiana, reports that Dejuan Latel Roy was apprehended by U.S. Marshals in the town of Leesville on April 2.
    No details have been released about how Roy got to Louisiana, or how he was arrested, but a spokesperson for the Marshals says he surrendered peacefully. Petersburg Police say the 30-year-old is a suspect in a double shooting that happened during the early morning hours of March 27, near the intersection of Battersea Lane and West Washington Street. Sources say an assault rifle was used. One of the victims died.

        (black) Teenager arrested for overnight murder
    black suspectJACKSON, Miss. —Jackson police are investigating a shooting that occurred in the 3200 block of Lynch Street just before midnight Friday. One male was fatally shot following an altercation with another male at a local car wash. The suspect, John Henry McCray IV, 19, fled the scene but was later located and arrested.
    McCray IV was charged with the murder of Anthony Pierre Blackmore, 32.
    A firearm was also recovered at the scene. It is unclear if the suspect and victim knew each other. 

        Atlanta coronavirus stay-at-home order dispute leaves teen dead, (black) stepdad facing murder charge
    black suspectAtlanta’s coronavirus stay-at-home order led to a family squabble–and the shooting death of a 16-year-old boy, according to reports. De’Onte Roberts, 16, was shot multiple times Wednesday night, Fox 5 Atlanta reports. He was pronounced dead at a hospital. Roberts’ stepfather is accused in the shooting, Atlanta police said. Bernie Hargrove, 42, is behind bars on a murder charge. The argument began when Roberts told his mother and Hargrove he was going out, the station reported. Police said they told the boy he couldn’t because of the stay-at-home order. Atlanta issued the order in March to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
    “Later, the victim returned to the home and kicked in the door to the house where a physical fight began between the suspect and the victim,” police spokesman officer Steve Avery told the Atlanta Journal Constitution. “During that altercation, the victim was shot,” he said.

        Police Arrest (Black) Man For Allegedly Throwing Baby Off Second-Floor Balcony In Mesquite
    black suspectMESQUITE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A 40-year-old man was arrested after police say he threw a 9-month-old baby off a second-floor balcony.

    Andre M. Richardson was charged with Injury to a Child, Assault Bodily Injury and Resisting Arrest. Police said the baby landed on top of a carport at the Mission Fairways Apartments, thus preventing serious injuries. The child was transported to a local hospital by the Mesquite Fire Department for precautionary reasons. The police department also received numerous calls about Richardson assaulting multiple people in the complex.

        2 (BLACK) men charged with 4 counts of attempted murder in Florence County
    black suspectsOLANTA AREA, SC (WBTW) – Two men have been charged with four counts of attempted murder after deputies say they shot at occupied cars.

    Jermaine Roberson, 27, of Olanta and William Hickson, 31, of Lake City, are alleged to have fired numerous rounds at two separate vehicles on April 4 at 4808 Woods Bay Road, near Olanta, according to Florence County Sheriff’s Office investigators. Both vehicles were occupied by two individuals, including at least one child, when the shooting allegedly occurred. A small child had injuries from broken glass, according to the sheriff’s office. Both suspects are being held at the Florence County Detention Center without bond.

        RICHMOND, Va. -- A 12-year--old (black) boy has been arrested and charged with killing a 15-year-old (black) boy
    black suspectBoth the suspect and victim were playing video games and eating pizza at a local convenience store just about an hour before the shooting.  The victim was shot in the head and took several rounds to other parts of his body. He was transported to VCU Medical Center where he died.


      BLACK FAGS:  Stained sheets, 'ERECTILE' pills but no clarity on Andrew Gillum hotel run-in
    black suspectblack suspectMIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Photos released by Miami Beach police show what a luxury hotel room looked like when officers found (BLACK) former Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum drunk and with two other men. The photos released Wednesday show vomit-stained and rumpled bed sheets, a box for a party light disco ball, spilled white pills on the carpet and a vial of a drug often used for erectile dysfunction. But the newly released photos and officer body-cam video shed no further light on what Gillum was doing or why he was there last month.

    Gillum, 40, was the first black nominee in a major political party to run for governor in Florida. He lost narrowly to Republican Ron DeSantis in the 2018 election.   (White) Man busted with Andrew Gillum in hotel room with meth was gay "escort"

        'Hispanic' man with Mexican surname charged with first-degree murder for stabbing death of (white) woman
    An Aurora man has been charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of a 20-year-old woman.

    Marcos Gutierrez, 21, was advised Monday in Adams County court, by video appearance, of the charge against him, according to a 17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office news release. On April 11, Aurora police responded to a 911 call and went to an apartment in the 1900 block of Peoria Street where they found Airica May Beaty bleeding from stab wounds, the release said. She was taken to University of Colorado Hospital where she was pronounced dead.

    When officers arrived at the apartment, they found Gutierrez naked and covered in blood, lying in a fetal position on the kitchen floor, according to an arrest warrant in the case.

    The arrest warrant alleges, based on interviews with two witnesses who were inside the residence at the time of the incident, that the defendant and victim were both under the influence of LSD. At one point, Gutierrez allegedly loaded a rifle and said that he was going to shoot himself. He was disarmed and a short time later came upon Beaty from behind, reaching around and slitting her throat with a knife. The pair fell to the floor.

    Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
    Editor note: Don't do drugs. 

        "Feel the warmth of Mexico" - U.S. Golf Pro Pat Landers & Girlfriend Karla Baca Shot Dead in Mexico
    Pat Landers and Karla Baca were shot dead in Juarez, Mexico, while they were quarantining amid the coronavirus pandemic.

    KTSM in El Paso, Texas, reported, citing police sources, that Landers, 32, and Baca were shot at inside of their 2019 Jeep Sahara in the eastern part of Juarez. The shooting occurred on April 20. The shooting took place at 12:46 p.m. as the couple came out of a cellphone store. Police said that at least 20 shots were fired.

    Landers was a native of Baldwinsville, New York, and Baca was a native of Juarez. KTSM added in their reporting that the jeep the couple was traveling in had New York license plates.

    When college student Haley Anderson first went missing, her roommates were not alarmed. But when she went silent on social media, worry set in, and her roommates used her iPhone to track her down

    "48 Hours" and CBS News contributor Maria Elena Salinas investigate the death of a Binghamton University nursing student and the international search for her killer in "The Murder of Haley Anderson," airing Saturday, April 25 at 10/9c on CBS.

    Nicaragua murder trial: Orlando Tercero found guilty - Nov 1, 2019 
    A Nicaraguan judge found Orlando Tercero guilty of femicide in the death of Binghamton University student Haley Anderson
        (White female American) College student's murder in New York leads to a guilty verdict in Mestizo Nicaragua
    Mex-mestizo thug-scum criminal A female college student’s accused mestizo killer has been convicted in Nicaragua after authorities there refused to extradite him to New York.

    Orlando Tercero, 23, fled to Nicaragua after 22-year-old Haley Anderson was found dead in his bed near Binghamton University in New York last year.

    He was found guilty of murder Friday by a judge in Managua in the rare legal proceeding involving the two countries. He faces a maximum of (ONLY) 30 years in prison when he is sentenced at a later date.

    “Today, justice was served as much as it can be,” Broome County District Attorney Steve Cornwell said, according to WBNG-TV. Nicaragua rejected the extradition request because Tercero is a dual U.S.-Nicaraguan citizen. The Central American country prohibits the extradition of its own citizens.

    They were students at Binghamton and had an on-again, off-again relationship.

    Anderson’s father spoke to reporters after the verdict. “I don’t know if there’s ever a word for justice because there’s no justice for something as truly, for lack of words, disheartening as this was,” Gordon Anderson said, according to the station. Tercero is still facing charges in New York. - (reference news links)
    Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
    (Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)

        SAMOAN Double murder suspect allegedly once tried to get a job with (WHITE) victims’ landscaping company
    mud suspect WEST JORDAN (ABC4 News) – Double murder suspect Albert Johnson once tried to get a job working for his victims’ landscaping company and returned to his apartment bleeding from stab wounds the morning of the homicides according to a probable cause statement released Thursday.

    The 31-year-old West Jordan resident was arrested by U.S. Marshals Wednesday morning in Stockton, California for the murders of Tony and Katherine Butterfield at their home in the early hours of April 18th. The Butterfields owned Electric Blue Yard Service. Johnson’s wife, 29-year-old Sina Anne Johnson, was arrested Monday evening for obstructing the investigation and tampering with evidence.

        Feds charge Turbaned sneaker salesman named SINGH from INDIA with hoarding and price-gouging PPE
    mud suspect A New York sneaker salesman who allegedly hoarded personal protective equipment and sold it at huge markups has become the first person to face criminal charges under the Defense Production Act during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Prosecutors from the US Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn say that Amardeep Singh, 45, stockpiled tons of respirators, surgical gowns, hand sanitizer and other PPE at a Long Island warehouse and sold it online through various websites and Nassau County storefronts at “unconscionably excessive prices,” court papers state.

    Singh allegedly bought 1.8 tons of hand sanitizer at $8.50 per 32-ounce bottle and $8 per 16-ounce bottle — and jacked the prices up to $24.99 and $14.99, respectively, prosecutors allege.

        Female Harvard professor wants to ban homeschooling because it’s ‘authoritarian’
    Elizabeth Bartholet told Harvard Magazine that it gives parents “authoritarian” control over their kids — and can even expose them to white supremacy and misogyny.  Bartholet’s comments were met with backlash from homeschooling parents.
     Erin O’Donnell, asserted that 90 percent of homeschool parents are conservative Christians, according to surveys.

        A CHINESE company bought out SMITHFIELD HAM in the United States - Now there's a HAM VIRUS EMERGENCY
    Food supply worries grow after outbreak closes Smithfield meat plant
    Smithfield Foods Is Blaming “Living Circumstances In Certain Cultures” For One Of America’s Largest COVID-19 Clusters
    Hundreds of meat workers have now tested positive for coronavirus
    Fact check: Smithfield Foods is not selling meat that was slaughtered, processed in China

    On September 6, 2013, the US government approved Shuanghui International Holding's purchase of Smithfield Food, Inc. The deal was valued at approximately $7.1 billion, which included debt. It was the largest stock acquisition by a Chinese company of an American company. Smithfield Foods, Inc., is a meat-processing company based in Smithfield, Virginia, in the United States, and a wholly owned subsidiary of WH Group of China

    23 April 2020

        Webmaster note: the New Nation News Reporters 'RSS Newsfeed' was temporarily down due to internet 'virus' overload.

        (Black) Cook County Jail detainees charged with brutally attacking officers - attempted murder
    black suspects CHICAGO - Two Cook County Jail detainees have been indicted on attempted murder charges after they allegedly took part in an attack on three correctional officers last week, prosecutors said.

    According to the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, a grand jury on Tuesday handed up indictments against Dante Jeffries and Sharelle Sims for their role in what appeared on surveillance video to be a brutal attack that left two of the correctional officers unconscious and sent the third one to the hospital with serious injuries.

    Jeffries and Sims are also charged with aggravated battery, aggravated kidnapping and possession of contraband. They are scheduled to be arraigned on May 5, the state’s attorney’s office said.

    The attack occurred shortly before 4 a.m. on April 14 at the Chicago jail, where the coronavirus has killed six inmates and an officer. After an officer let Jeffries out of his cell to get water, Jeffries attacked the officer from behind and forced him into his cell, according the sheriff’s office, which released a video of the attack. When the officer managed to escape the cell, Jeffries knocked him down and choked him until he lost consciousness.

    Jeffries then allegedly grabbed the officer’s keys and gave them to Sims, his cellmate, who began opening other cell doors. As another officer tried to help his unconscious co-worker, Jeffries struck a third officer in the face, knocking him unconscious. He then attacked the second officer.

    A sergeant armed with a stun gun arrived and ordered Jeffries and Sims, back into their cell.

    Jeffries, 30, has been in custody since July 2017 on a host of charges, including attempted murder, aggravated battery of a police officer and aggravated kidnapping. Those charges stem from a robbery at a Chicago cellphone store. The robbers shot a police officer at the scene, shattering the officer’s knee. Jeffries has previous convictions for aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, domestic violence and drug possession.

    Sims, 23, has been in custody since last August, charged with being an armed habitual criminal and with the unlawful possession of a firearm with a defaced serial number. He has prior convictions for armed robbery and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon.

    • Cook County, IL Jail jigro detainees charged with brutally attacking officers
    • Chicago jail officer punched unconscious by inmate released from hospital, GoFundMe page says
      CHICAGO - An officer at the Cook County Jail who had his skull fractured  and was suffering a brain bleed after being punched unconscious by a maximum security inmate was released from the hospital Thursday, according to a GoFundMe page made to raise funds for him.

      “He is being picked up from the hospital! Cleared to go home. I'll post updates after I speak with him. Thank you everyone for your kindness and generosity. Hopefully we can take care of him for a decent amount of time,” the GoFundMe page said.

      The GoFundMe page initially posted the following: “Officer Watt was working his midnight shift for the Cook County Jail in Chicago when two inmates attacked another guard without provocation. As Officer Watt attempted to render aide to his fallen officer, he was viciously attacked by the same inmate. Officer Watt was knocked unconscious and struck his head on the concrete floor. Ambulances were dispatched to the jail and he was transported to Mt. Sinai hospital where it was discovered he had a skull fracture and a brain bleed. Officer Watt has been an officer for 7 years. He is well liked and respected by coworkers and inmates alike. Always kind, fair, and willing to help anyone who asked.”
    • (Gofundme) All Available Ten One Call For Ofc Watt
      Officer Watt was working his midnight shift for the Cook County Jail in Chicago when two inmates attacked another guard without provocation. As Officer Watt attempted to render aide to his fallen officer, he was viciously attacked by the same inmate. Officer Watt was knocked unconscious and struck his head on the concrete floor. Ambulances were dispatched to the jail and he was transported to Mt. Sinai hospital where it was discovered he had a skull fracture and a brain bleed.
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    black suspectUTICA, N.Y. – A 30-year-old Utica man is charged with attempted murder after allegedly firing gunshots at a police officer on Brayton Park Place Monday.

    Police say while Officer Peter Caruso was patrolling the area around 5:40 p.m., the suspect, later identified as Earl Roberts, started threatening him.
    A witness at the scene allegedly saw Roberts pull out a handgun, and alerted the officer.
    Caruso then got out of his police car to approach Roberts. At that time, Roberts starting shooting toward Caruso, who then took cover behind his driver-side door and returned fire.

    Police say Roberts fired eight rounds toward the officer, hitting the patrol vehicle and a display window at nearby Sabatino’s Market. Caruso fired three times in return. Roberts ran from the scene, and Caruso tried to find him in the vicinity but was unsuccessful.
    Police arrived to the scene after the incident to close the area for investigation. Several hours later, Roberts was found at a residence near the scene. METRO SWAT members went into the home, but were unable to get Roberts out. They then used chemical munitions to force him out of the residence. Roberts was arrested and charged with first-degree attempted murder, an A felony.
    Caruso, who has been with UPD for 15 years, will be placed on administrative leave while a full investigation is conducted.

        (black) Man charged with attempting to murder officer after wild chase on I-81, police say
    black suspectPULASKI Co., Va. (WSET) -- Virginia State Police arrested an Alabama man on I-81 Wednesday on charges of attempted capital murder of a law enforcement officer. Police said they got information of a man driving a pickup truck on I-81 around 2:30 p.m. on April 22, with an Alabama tag, making threats to harm others.  Troopers located the vehicle and attempted to pull the driver over in Pulaski County. Video shows the driver pulled over with his arms out the window, giving an obscene gesture toward troopers as they point guns at him telling him to get out.  Garletts said the driver, identified as 53-year-old Kenneth Roy Williams, then led troopers on a chase on I-81. A witness of the chase provided videos showing troopers trying to maneuver him off the road, but he ended up hitting police cruisers and sped away, forcing one trooper off the road.

        (black) Murder suspect, rapper arrested in Senoia, Georgia
    black suspectsA Louisiana man wanted on murder charges, a SoundCloud rapper, and five others were arrested on drugs and firearm charges after a search of an Airbnb home in Senoia (Georgia).
    , 26, is wanted out of Washington Parrish, Louisiana on charges of attempted murder, aggravated assault and discharging a weapon, according to Chief Deputy Mike Haley from the Washington Parrish Sheriff’s Office.  The charges stemmed from a drive-by shooting in October 2016 in which Clark is believed to have been the shooter. On Tuesday morning, authorities with the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at 126 Joy Springs Ct. in Senoia after receiving information Clark was staying in the residence. Clark and the other six occupants of the house were arrested on charges of marijuana possession with intent to distribute, narcotics possession, tampering with evidence and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

    An unsuccessful attempt was made to flush a large amount of marijuana down the toilet. Several bottles of codeine cough syrup and several oxycodone pills were also found, along with 11 firearms and $2,949 in cash, Mathis said. In December 2019, Clark cut himself after being apprehended in a South Carolina motel. Richland County authorities said Clark barricaded himself inside of a room. After speaking with negotiators for more than an hour, deputies say they deployed gas in an attempt to apprehend Clark. Officers said Clark tried to get away through a broken window. While deputies attempted to take him into custody, officers said Clark grabbed a piece of broken glass and began to cut himself.

    Rapper Javorius Tykies Scott, aka JayDaYoungan, was charged during the search.
    Scott, 21, was reportedly in the Atlanta area shooting a video and possibly buying a property in Marietta, according to Mathis.
    Scott’s girlfriend, Jordan MacKenzie Brooks, 19, was also arrested. Brooks is reportedly pregnant with Scott’s child.
    In February 2020, Scott was arrested on a family domestic abuse warrant. Scott was accused of hitting a pregnant woman,
    Also arrested were Khavondre Jakarius Baker, 21, Quatell Gjuan Land, 28, Kardell Dewayne Robertson, 24, and Ondre Bickham, 25.

        (Black) Man who killed woman on crowded N.J. street arrested in Delaware, prosecutor says
    black suspectIt’s a shocking scene: two women square off to fight on the narrow, one-way Hoffman Avenue in Trenton’s West Ward on Sunday evening, April 5. The state is under a lockdown order due to the coronavirus, but the anticipated fisticuffs draws dozens of spectators, some filming it with their phones.

    Then a bearded man enters the scene, approaches a woman on the sidewalk - not one of the combatants - and during a brief confrontation, a gunshot goes off. People run, scream and the cell phone footage gets blurry. The bearded man is Quasim Hallett, 39, authorities alleged Tuesday, and he shot 24-year-old Quamierah Massey in the head at close-range.

    Hallett was apprehended Tuesday morning in Wilmington, Delaware by a U.S. Marshals’ task force, Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri’s office announced. Massey died a day later at a Trenton hospital. People in the neighborhood knew it was Hallett by sight, police investigators say, and footage of the fight and gunshot was posted on the website Worldstarhiphop, and has been shared on social media in the city. As of Tuesday, the site reported it had over a million views.

        (black) Juvenile, 25-year-old charged in shooting death of High Point man at birthday party
    black suspectTHOMASVILLE, N.C. — A juvenile and 25-year-old have been charged in the death of a High Point man who was shot during an altercation at a birthday party Saturday night.
    Thomasville and Winston-Salem police officers arrested De'Bryan Kentre Brown, 25, of Greensboro, at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Brown was taken into custody in the 5900 block of University Parkway in Winston-Salem. He is charged with conspiracy to commit murder and was in the Davidson County Jail on $250,000 bail. He bonded out Tuesday night. U.S. Marshals agents arrested a juvenile who was 17-years-old at the time of the murder. The juvenile was taken into custody in Greensboro at 11:17 a.m. Thursday. The individual is charged with murder and was placed in a juvenile detention center. Thomasville police said the homicide of Bradley Stephens, 29, happened around 11:48 p.m. Saturday at a home located at 600 Middle Ave.

        (black) Murder suspect dies after seen ‘inhaling unknown substance’ at Jefferson County Jail, authorities say
    black suspectA Jefferson County Jail inmate awaiting trial for murder died after he was seen inhaling an unknown substance, according to authorities.

    The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office identified the inmate as Vijay Ramure Lipscomb. The 33-year-old had been in the county lockup since his December 2019 arrest. He was charged with murder in the Brighton shooting death of 27-year-old Cadarius Munford.  The shooting happened about 11:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 2019 in the 1200 block of Water Street near Brighton City Hall. Authorities said it stemmed from a long-running dispute between the two men.

        Police arrest 2 on attempted-murder charges in shooting at Woods Cross drug buy that injured 2
    black suspectWOODS CROSS — Eight days after two people were injured in a drug-related shooting, police arrested a 30-year-old man and a juvenile on attempted-murder charges. Police in Murray, working with Woods Cross detectives, arrested the pair late Wednesday, Woods Cross Police Lt. Adam Osoro said Thursday. The suspects were wanted after 10 shots were fired toward a fleeing car outside a Smith's grocery store the night of April 14, according to a police probable cause statement.
    Jose V. Delarosa was transported to Farmington, where he was held without bail at the Davis County Jail.
    Police booked the juvenile into the Farmington Bay Youth Detention Center.
    The arrest affidavit said the victims intended to buy drugs from the suspects, but as two of them got into Delarosa's vehicle, he allegedly pointed a gun at them and demanded their cash. After a scuffle, the two victims fled to a car in which two others were waiting.
    "Jose instructed the juvenile to shoot them and the juvenile fired no less than 10 shots at the vehicle, striking two of the victims," the police document said. Osoro said neither shooting victim suffered a life-threatening injury. When he was arrested, Delarosa, a gang member, had a gun that matched the weapon used in the shooting, the police affidavit alleged.

        (black) Pair charged with attempted murder in Colonie
    black suspectsTwo people are charged with attempted murder in connection with their involvement in a shots fired incident at 119 Old Loudon Road on April 13.

    Police say Michael Green fired the weapon and Starnasia McMillan was responsible for driving the getaway car.
    Each of them are charged with seven counts. One count for the seven people in the house at the time of the shooting.
    Officers say there could be more charges coming in the case.

        3 (colored) kids taken by (black) father found safe after Chandler AMBER Alert
    black suspectCHANDLER, AZ — Chandler police have safely located three children taken by their father who was believed to be “an immediate threat." Police say 36-year-old Stephan Robinson left around 11:30 p.m. with his children, 8-year-old Nya, 6-year-old Stachia, and 2-year-old Stephan. Officials say Robinson took the children and threatened to harm them, as well as himself. An AMBER Alert was sent out for the children around 6 a.m. Wednesday. Police say around 6:40 a.m., the children and Robinson were located at a relative's home. Everyone is said to be safe and accounted for.

        Black Sports: Black Man convicted in death of (Black) Saints star Will Smith wants new trial due to Supreme Court ruling
    black suspectNEW ORLEANS — The man convicted of killing former New Orleans Saints star Will Smith has asked for a new trial because the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that split verdicts are unconstitutional in state criminal cases
    Appeal attorney Eric Santana filed a request Wednesday asking for a new trial for Cardell Hayes based on the 6-3 decision handed down Monday, news outlets reported. Jurors split 10-2 when they found Hayes guilty in 2017 of manslaughter and attempted manslaughter in a shooting that also injured Smith's wife, Raquel Smith, after a traffic accident a year earlier. Smith was on the Saints team that lifted the city’s spirits after Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005 and won the 2010 Super Bowl. Hayes, a former semi-pro lineman who owned a tow-truck company, said he shot in self-defense, after Smith shot at him. A state appeals court rejected that argument.

        4 (blacks) arrested after chase in Thomasville, throwing drugs, guns out car window, police say
    black suspectsTHOMASVILLE, N.C. — Four people face charges after allegedly leading officers on a chase and throwing drugs and guns out the window, according to Thomasville police. At about 9:19 p.m. Saturday, police responded to a shots fired call at Pantry Shop at 500 National Highway. Witnesses said a man in a gray was shooting at someone inside the store. No one was hurt, and the suspect was able to get away from the scene. Officers found 18 shell casings in the parking lot.
    The chase continued onto Baptist Children’s Home Road and Interstate 85 south, toward Lexington. Police say people in the car threw two firearms out the window.

    Darrion Zaccheus Leak, 26, of Lexington, was charged with felony speed to elude, altering the
    serial number on a firearm, possession of marijuana, no operator’s license, hit and run and failure
    to stop at a stop sign.

    Cornas Khimel Sullivan, 20, of High Point, and Rumal Ty’Quan Nelson, 24, of Lexington, were
    charged with two counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, altering a serial number on
    a firearm, destruction of evidence, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

    A 16-year-old juvenile was charged with altering a serial number on a firearm, possession of a
    firearm by minor, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

        Police Searching For (Black) Suspects Who Stole From South Philadelphia Food Distribution Site

        129 (illegal alien black) deportees arrive in (black) Haiti amid coronavirus concerns
    “They are Haitians. They are coming home. We have to receive them,” said Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe

        Alleged Maryland MS-13 member accused of two gruesome murders when he was 15 will be tried as adult
    Maryland’s chief federal judge has ruled that an alleged MS-13 member accused of participating in two gruesome murders when he was 15 years old will be tried as an adult with other alleged members of the gang.

    It is extremely rare for someone accused of committing crimes as a youth to be tried as an adult in federal court. But Chief Judge James K. Bredar said the allegations in the case – that the defendant helped remove the heart of one victim, and cut off the limbs of another with a machete – “heavily” weighed in favor of transferring him to adult court.

    Bredar’s ruling Thursday re-affirmed an earlier ruling he had made in the case, which was appealed by new attorneys for the defendant, Jose Joya Parada, who last month was indicted as an adult in the 30-defendant case.

      Homeless Hispanic charged with murder for fatal daylight stabbing of another homeless Hispanic  man in Cambridge
    Authorities say they’ve arrested a man in connection with the fatal daylight stabbing in Cambridge of a homeless man who was later found by a jogger. Jose Bermudez, 55, also homeless, was arrested Thursday. He’s being charged with murder and aggravated assault and battery with a dangerous weapon for the April 14 incident that left 33-year-old Danilo Perez dead,

        INTERRACIAL Parents Charged In Connection With Fatal Shooting Of 4-Year-Old Girl In Northeast Philadelphia
    mud suspects PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Philadelphia officials announced felony charges on Thursday against a man and a woman following the shooting death of their 4-year-old daughter earlier this week.
    According to District Attorney Larry Krasner, Alhakim Nunez and Iris Rodriguez, both 29 of Northeast Philadelphia, are charged with involuntary manslaughter, endangering the welfare of children, corruption of minors and obstructing justice in the death of 4-year-old Kastari 'Star' Nunez.
    According to Philadelphia police, the child was taken by family members to Jefferson-Torresdale Hospital, suffering a gunshot wound to the stomach, late Monday night. The girl was pronounced dead shortly after midnight on Tuesday.
    Authorities determined the girl was shot inside of her home on the 2900 block of Secane Drive while four adults, including both parents, were present. A .357 revolver was recovered from the living room sofa with five live rounds and one spent cartridge casing, police said. Nunez faces additional charges including possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. Authorities said another woman unrelated to the victim, Ashley Gushue, 31, has been charged with unsworn falsification to authorities, tampering with evidence and obstructing justice.
    Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS


     The South Dakota pork processing plant of BABEL
        The CDC found 40 languages are spoken at the South Dakota plant where 783 workers tested positive and two died
    but workers were only given informational packets in English. While English is one of “the top 10 languages,” so too are “Spanish, Kunama, Swahili, Nepali, Tigrinya, Amharic, French, Oromo and Vietnamese.”

    The Kunama are an ethnic group inhabiting Eritrea and Ethiopia.
    The Tigrinya language, is a Semitic language spoken by Tigrinyas of East Africa.
    Amharic is one of the Ethiopian Semitic languages
    The Oromo people are a Cushitic ethnic group and nation native to Ethiopia
    “Therefore is the name of it called Babel; because the LORD did there confound the language of all the earth: 
    “Go to, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another's speech.”

      BANGLADESHI MUSLIM NAMED ' Muhammad'  murder suspect arrested in Hancock County
    HANCOCK COUNTY -- A man wanted for a New York City murder Monday was arrested Tuesday on Interstate-70, east of Indianapolis. According to the Hancock County Sheriff's Department, a deputy from adjoining Henry County noticed a car with New York plates heading west on the highway and committing "multiple marked lane violations," near the Henry-Hancock line. The deputy ran the plates and found the driver was wanted for the stabbing death of a 43-year-old man in Queens, NY. Sgt. James Goodwin radioed his dispatch and coordinated what was considered a "high risk felony apprehension stop" with other departments.

    The driver, 24-year-old Muhammad Habib, fled for a few miles before being pulled over and was arrested without incident.
    A young woman in the car with Habib was also arrested for drug possession. Officers found two pounds of suspected marijuana, suspected crack cocaine, multiple packages of illicit pills and heroin. Habib and the woman were allegedly traveling from New York to Missouri, according to police. Both face drug charges in Hancock County while Habib faces the New York murder charge.
  • VINE, America’s number one victim notification network identifies the suspect as Asian / Pacific Islander

  •   Muslim terrorist (British) Rapper-turned-ISIS fighter, once thought to be ‘Jihadi John,’ arrested in Spain
    A British rapper turned notorious suspected ISIS fighter, who was once pictured proudly holding up a severed head, has been arrested in Spain, according to authorities.

    Abdel-Majed Abdel Barywhose terrorist dad is serving 25 years for bombing US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania — was arrested Monday along with two more suspects in Almería.

    Known as Lyricist Jinn and L Jinny in the London rap scene of the early 2010s, he had once been suspected of being “Jihadi John,” the British-accented leader of the hateful kill squad which decapitated a series of high-profile prisoners including American journalist James Foley. Investigators later ruled him out, however, with the real “Jihadi John,” Mohammed Emwazi, killed in Syria by a US drone strike in 2015.

        Drugged up drunken VIETNAMESE: Officers pursue man on freeway after suspicious Walmart incident
    GILBERT, AZ — The driver of a Smart Car that led officers on a pursuit this morning is in custody. Officials pursued the driver on Valley freeways from the southeast to far west Valley Wednesday morning. The pursuit eventually came to a stop on Interstate 10 near Watson Road. A spokesperson with the Arizona Department of Public Safety say they assisted Gilbert police in making an attempt to stop the vehicle driven by 40-year-old Binh Thien Nguyen.

    Gilbert police say the incident started as a “suspicious person” call at a Walmart, involving a man who was screaming and yelling.
    Nguyen refused to speak to officers, walked away and got into his car. Officers tried to pull him over multiple times, but he refused to stop, ran numerous lights and continued onto the freeway where DPS started assisting. Aerial video followed a gray Smart car as it continued into the far west Valley. DPS was eventually able to use spike strips on the vehicle and then a pit maneuver to get Nguyen to stop.

        Army chaplains' prayer videos during coronavirus removed from Facebook after complaints from Satanic antichrist sources
    "At a time when our nation is hurting and many feel hopeless, why on earth would Mikey Weinstein attack prayer?"

    22 April 2020

    UPDATE: BLACK MUSLIM TERRORIST Kori Muhammad convicted of murder for Fresno mass shooting of White men
    black suspectFRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Kori Muhammad has been found guilty of four murders in a 2017 shooting spree in Downtown Fresno and one of them motivated by race. Muhammad was found guilty of second-degree murder with the use of a firearm for the shooting and killing of motel employee Carl Williams. Muhammad went on a shooting rampage five days later, gunning down Mark Gassett, Zack Randalls and David Jackson.
    He was found guilty of first degree murder in the death of Jackson and the jury ruled that he was intentionally killed because of his race. Muhammad was also found guilty of second degree murder for the deaths of Randalls and Gassett.

    Muhammad was arrested by Fresno Police officers shortly after the mass shooting, and during a confession said he targeted white men. His conviction for the first degree murder of Jackson with the special circumstances of hate crime and multiple murders make this a possible death penalty case.
        2017 Fresno shooting spree - a racially charged shooting spree in which three white men were killed by a black muslim terrorist
    The shooting spree in Fresno, California on April 18, 2017 was a racially charged shooting spree in which three white men were killed.
    Kori Ali Muhammad was the perpetrator and was arrested by police at the scene of his last killing. Muhammad said he went on his shooting spree because of his hatred for white people and particularly white men.
    Muhammad fired off 17 shots, shooting and killing three men, shooting and missing at another three men, and shooting at a vehicle with passengers inside.The passengers of the vehicle were unharmed. All of Muhammad's victims were white. Kori Muhammad was charged with four counts of murder and four counts of attempted murder.

    Prior to Muhammad engaging in the shooting spree, Muhammad shot a security guard dead at a Motel 6 on April 13. On his social media posts, police stated that Muhammad made posts of him hating white people and expressing anti- government views. Muhammad shouted "God is greatest" in Arabic when he was apprehended, however police determined that the crime was not due to religious extremism and was a hate crime. Muhammad was not affiliated with any terrorist groups. {except for Islam}
    - (Black-on-White)  - (NNN Hatecrimes)

        (black) Derrick Hightower charged with capital murder in Birmingham home invasion during 100-mile crime rampage
    black suspectblack suspectA Georgia man accused in a deadly crime spree across Alabama over the weekend has now been formally charged with the murder of a Birmingham man.  Detectives  obtained a capital murder warrant during a burglary against 32-year-old Derrick Lee Hightower. He is charged in the Saturday-morning shooting death of 36-year-old Antione Harris inside an east Birmingham home. A no-bond has been issued against Hightower.
    Hightower and 21-year-old Kentrice Symonee Hill, of Birmingham, already have been charged with capital murder in the Friday morning death of a woman in Auburn.  

    Additionally, Hightower is suspected in the slayings of a Dadeville couple of their bodies were discovered in their home Friday night. Both had been shot to death. And, Shelby County sheriff’s officials are working to obtain formal warrants against the Columbus man in the Friday robberies of three people inside a Chelsea urgent care office.

    The first known death is 54-year-old Nancy Nash. Auburn police responded to the Farmville Volunteer Fire Department’s call for assistance on a vehicle fire in the 9500 block of U.S. Highway 280 West around 6 a.m. Friday. When officers arrived, they found a white 2005 Chevrolet Silverado truck on fire Nash dead nearby at Creative Habitats Landscaping.

    Nash worked at the landscaping business and is believed to have been killed while possibly interrupting a burglary. Her vehicle, a black 2019 Nissan Frontier, was discovered missing and later located in Irondale.

    Floyd identified two of the other victims on Saturday as
    Willie Tidwell, 61, and his wife Barbara, 65

    And there is a 4th dead victim that has not yet been publicly identified
    left along this suspect's trail of death.
    - (Black-on-White)

        Fourth (black) person arrested in 2018 Longs Food Lion murder (of a White man)
    black suspectblack suspect black suspectblack suspect  CONWAY, SC (WBTW) – A fourth person has been charged in the Longs Food Lion murder case that happened in 2018.

    Julius Thomas Stephens, 24, of Chadburn, NC, has been charged with murder and possession of a deadly weapon during a violent crime. He is being held without bond in the J. Reuben Long Detention Center.

    On August 15, 2018, Gerard Celentano was shot and killed outside the Food Lion at 110 E. Hwy 9 in Longs.  Investigators say Celentano was waiting to pick up his wife from work at the Food Lion when he was murdered. Celentano was 57 years old.

    Three other men from Tabor City, North Carolina, are in jail, facing charges for their roles in the robbery and shooting. James Bellamy and Stephon Miller are charged with murder. Rodney Gore is charged with accessory before the fact to a felony. - (Black-on-White)

        (black) Man Dies In Apparent Suicide After Shooting, Killing Girlfriend, Her Daughter In Vallejo
    black suspectVALLEJO, CA (CBS SF) — A daughter, mother and her boyfriend were found dead early Tuesda morning in Vallejo in what police say looks like a double-homicide-suicide. The three were found dead shortly after midnight inside a home in the 1800 block of Vervais Avenue at the hands of who police believe was Raymond Jackson, 50, of Vallejo. Jackson apparently shot his 53-year-old girlfriend and her 14-year-old daughter before shooting himself with a shotgun. “It’s tragic,” Capt. Jason Potts said.

    Police said a 12-year-old girl found her mother and sister wounded in the living room, and after seeing Jackson, she fled the home, called 911 and ran to a neighbor’s house for help.

    When officers arrived, the girl told police that Jackson shot her mother and sister. Officers later found Jackson, his girlfriend and the 14-year-old unresponsive.

    Paramedics pronounced the three dead after police made sure there was no further threat to anyone. Police said Jackson had more than one criminal conviction for crimes such as drug sales, assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer, DUI, and he had been arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence on March 8. Jackson was prohibited from having a gun, according to police.

        Two (blacks) charged with murder in shooting death of 21-year-old near CMU campus
    black suspectsMT. PLEASANT, MI -- Two suspects have been charged with murder in connection with the April 20 shooting death of a 21-year-old man at a Mt. Pleasant apartment complex.
    Miykael I. Norfleat, 20, of Chicago, Ill., and Justin W. Collins, 22, of Mt. Pleasant, were arraigned Wednesday, April 22 in Isabella County Court on open murder, first-degree home invasion and weapons charges. Officers responded shortly before 6 p.m. April 20 to Campus Habitat Apartments, located in the 700 block of Edgewood Drive, for a report of a shooting at the complex near the campus of Central Michigan University. Raven Tre-Von Edelen, 21, of Wyoming, Mich., was pronounced deceased at the scene.
    Witness statements and investigative leads led police to identify Norfleat as a suspect. He was arrested and transported to Isabella County Jail.

        Black 'Minister' arrested for murder at a Taco Bell
    black suspectJACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - Jackson Police Department arrested a man they believe is responsible for a murder at a Taco Bell earlier this month.

    Demario Minister, 20, is charged with murder for the shooting that happened on April 6. U.S. Marshals assisted in bringing Minister into custody. Police say the man was shot in the parking lot of Taco Bell on Highway 80 and died at the scene. Police expect additional arrests to be made.

        Bibb County, Georgia deputies arrest 2 blacks for Napier Avenue murder
    black suspectsMACON, Ga. — Bibb deputies arrested two Macon men in the murder of 27-year-old Doug Boyd, who was shot and killed inside a home on Napier Avenue Sunday afternoon.
    At around 2:15 p.m. Wednesday, 22-year-old Jimon Tracey Watkins was arrested in the parking lot of AJ’s Family Food, located at 3495 Williamson Road, and around 3:15 p.m., 25-year-old ShaMarques Trevon Watkins was arrested at the River Walk Apartments located at 5578 Riverside Drive. 27-year-old Boyd was shot once in the chest Sunday. His friend picked him up near the home after he was shot and was driving to the hospital when he noticed first responders at an accident on the road.  The sheriff's office says they stopped, and Boyd was taken to the Medical Center, Navicent Health. Macon-Bibb County Coroner Leon Jones says he died around 6:30 p.m.

        Judge rejects (black) murder suspect’s plea to be released because of pandemic
    black suspectSALT LAKE CITY — A judge declined Thursday to release a 18-year-old man jailed on a charge of murder, rejecting his argument that authorities’ handling of the new coronavirus in the Salt Lake County Jail puts him at dire risk.

    Attorneys for Koak Pal Biel said he has asthma and is African American, two traits known to raise his odds of serious illness or death if he contracts the virus. They argued the Salt Lake County Jail — which has reported 14 confirmed cases involving inmates so far and multiple staff members — is not taking the proper precautions to limit the spread of the COVID-19.

    Biel is charged in the fatal drive-by shooting of 48-year-old Jawnie Wey, who was sitting on a couch in a Taylorsville home in July 2018. Authorities say Biel, who was 16 at the time, sprayed the house with gunfire as 21-year-old Euziel De La Torre, who had a dispute with several living there, drove by.  The judge has previously found Biel is a flight risk and potential threat to the community if released.

        (black) Teen charged with attempted murder after tips help police identify him
    black suspect CROWN POINT — A 17-year-old boy is wanted on charges alleging he shot a man multiple times April 6 in Gary after asking where the man was from and how much money he had.

    James P. Miller, of Gary, was identified as a suspect after police released surveillance images from the shooting scene at East 19th Place and Maine Street, in Gary's Dorie Miller housing complex, court records say.
    Miller is accused of shooting a 46-year-old man in the head and stomach.
    The man remained in a coma April 13 at a Chicago hospital, and medical staff there told police the man will have to live in a skilled nursing facility if he survives his wounds, Lake Criminal Court records say.
    Witnesses told police Miller walked up to the man and asked where he was from. The man said he was from Chicago, and Miller asked how much money he had, records state.
    Miller and the man began fighting, and Miller pulled out a black and pink semi-automatic handgun and shot the man several times, records allege. An agent with the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives determined the gun was registered to Miller's mother, records state.

        (black) Man jailed on attempted murder charge now facing assault charges in separate case
    black suspect CLAY COUNTY, Fla. – A 30-year-old Jacksonville man who was already awaiting his day in court on a charge of attempted murder is now facing two additional charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in a separate case.
    On March 3, according to Clay County deputies, Tashan Floyd approached two teenage boys walking down a sidewalk near the intersection of Bonnlyn Drive and Gano Avenue and threatened to kill them with a knife. Deputies said the teens ran and Floyd chased after them, but they got away and called 911.

    Three weeks later, deputies said, Floyd got into an argument with a man near the intersection of Woodside Drive and Blanding Boulevard. Deputies said the argument turned violent when Floyd beat the man with his own skateboard and then stabbed him multiple times. A witness, said he and several others intervened. “I jumped out of the car and ran over toward him and that’s when he ran away. Me and another dude chased him down," the witness said. The witness said deputies showed up and released a service dog on Floyd, helping deputies capture him. Floyd was arrested on a charge of attempted murder in that case.
    “Based on this guy’s criminal history, he has a very violent past and he is a habitual offender,"

        (Tattoed-neck black) Man charged with attempted murder in shooting at Burlington quick stop
    black suspectBURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) Police say a man opened fire inside-- and outside-- of a Burlington convenience store Wednesday afternoon. No one was injured. It happened at the Champlain Farms at the corner of Main Street and South Winooski Avenue shortly before 4 p.m. Burlington Police say an officer responding to a silent alarm from the quick stop spotted a man outside firing a semi-automatic handgun into the store. The gunman took off and the officer captured him about a block away.

    Investigators say that man was Jahi Bennett-Gooden, 23, of South Burlington, and he is charged with attempted murder. A victim said Bennett-Gooden pointed the gun directly at them. Police say he fired approximately three shots inside and three shots outside the store. Police say Bennett-Gooden has had several encounters with law enforcement in the past five days in which he allegedly brandished a firearm. He is being held without bail pending arraignment Thursday.

        UPDATE: Second (black) man charged for attempted murder in Coralville shooting
    black suspectblack suspect Tony Watkins, 39, from Iowa City is second man charged with attempted murder in connection to the Coralville shooting on Monday
    CORALVILLE, Iowa — A second man has been charged with one count of attempted murder in relation to a shooting Monday night in the 600 block of First Avenue in Coralville. The man charged is Tony Watkins, 39, of Iowa City and he is currently in the Johnson County jail.
    On Monday, Tyris D. Winters, 41, of Peoria, Illinois, was charged with attempted murder. At approximately 7:29 PM on April 20, 2020, the Coralville Police Department responded to the report of shots fired in the 600 block of First Avenue. Responding officers located a single victim with gunshot wounds to the head and foot. The injuries were not life-threatening. Witnesses identified two suspects, who were taken into custody in the 700 block of First Avenue, though one was later released from police custody when it was determined he was not the second shooter. Guns believed used in the shooting were recovered near the scene.

        (black) Lanett man arrested on attempted murder charges
    black suspect LANETT, Ala. (WTVM) - A Lanett man is behind bars after allegedly shooting another man over the weekend. Police responded to the 1700 block of E. 3rd Ct. on Apr. 18 in reference to a gunshot victim.
    The victim, a Valley man, was taken to the hospital for treatment. There is no word on his condition at this time.
    An investigation identified as 50-year-old Tymichael Antonio Mitchell as the shooter.
    Mitchell was arrested on Apr. 22 and charged with attempted murder. He also faces charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana. He is currently being held in the Chambers County Jail on a $25,000 bond.

        (black) Chalmette man booked with murder after deadly dispute over woman, authorities say
    black suspectThe conflict between two men at odds over a woman ended violently when one fatally shot the other, St. Bernard Parish authorities say.

    Brandon Encalade, 34, of Chalmette, was booked with second-degree murder in the death of Joshua Mayberry, 24, the St. Bernard Parish Sheriff's Office announced Tuesday.

    Mayberry was found lying on the side of the road in the 4200 block of East St. Bernard Highway in Meraux about 7 a.m. on April 7. Deputies dispatched to the scene discovered that he'd been shot in the head. Mayberry was pronounced dead at the scene.  Detectives identified Encalade as a suspect in the case with the help of video surveillance, authorities said.

    Investigators also learned that Encalade and Mayberry were "acquaintances" who were in the midst of a dispute over a woman, according the Sheriff's Office. No bond information was available for Encalade

        Petaluma Police Accuse (Black) Man Of Attempting Lewd Act With Girl, 14
    black suspectPETALUMA, CA —Following a weeks-long investigation, a 25-year-old Santa Rosa man was arrested Monday by Petaluma police on suspicion of attempting to commit a lewd act with a 14-year-old Petaluma girl, Sgt. Paul Gilman of the Petaluma Police Department said Tuesday.

    Police identified the Santa Rosa man as Teryl Avery Lange, Jr.  and said the girl's mother was looking through her daughter's cell phone in March when she discovered messages from an older man who identified himself as Tyson, Gilman said.
    Police said when the mother texted Lange pretending to be her daughter, Lange texted back saying he would meet the girl and give her marijuana and alcohol.

    "After an interview with the minor, it was learned [the 14-year-old girl] had previously met with Lange and he had sexually battered her in his vehicle," Gilman said. On Monday — 4-20 — Lange offered to bring the girl marijuana if she met him at Casa Grande High School near the baseball fields, Gilman said. Joerger and Detective Parnow, along with patrol officers, were waiting for Lange when he got to the high school with the marijuana, Gilman said. Lange was booked into Sonoma County jail on suspicion of attempting a lewd act with a 14-year-old child at least 10 years younger than him.

        (black) Lake Hopatcong man accused of Morristown rape is offered 5 years in prison
    black suspectA Lake Hopatcong man accused of raping a woman in Morristown could spend five years in prison under a plea deal offered Monday.
    Zaayir McCoy, 22, allegedly sexually assaulted the woman behind two homes on Spring Street in June 2018 after meeting her at a bar. He was not linked to the alleged rape until a year later, when police obtained a photo of McCoy and found him in Summit police custody on an unrelated matter.
    The victim said she was sitting with McCoy on a stoop when he allegedly pulled her onto the ground by her legs, climbed on top of her, ripped off her underwear and raped her,
    He allegedly broke into a woman's home by climbing through a window.
    McCoy, a convicted sex offender, was also charged with failing to register as a sex offender.
    He was convicted of aggravated sexual assault in 2011.

        Board approves complaint against unlicensed (black female) FAKE 'psychologist'
    black suspectPHOENIX — The state psychology board decided to advance a complaint against a “clinical psychologist” accused of practicing without a license, misrepresenting her credentials, billing concerns, and repeated instances of unethical conduct.
    In a complaint screening hearing on Wednesday, an Arizona Board of Psychological Examiners’ committee unanimously voted to forward a case against "Dr." Marilyn Wiley to the full board for further investigation and consideration.
    The board also voted to subpoena records from Wiley’s supervisor, Dr. Sarette Zacheria, and the Scottsdale-based company who employed them, Vibrant Health Care.

    black suspect   UK: (black) NIGERIAN Man to face fifth trial over same murder charges he murdered two Africans from the CONGO
    black suspectAn Old Bailey judge has ruled that a man can go on trial on the same murder charges for a fifth time.

    Obina Ezeoke is accused of shooting dead a 53-year-old woman and her nephew at a flat in north London.

    Mr Ezeoke, 27, denies murdering Annie Besala Efoko and 21-year-old Bervil Kalikaka-Efoko in East Finchley, in September 2016. - (UK)

        HISPANIC Latina  woman accused of fatal January shooting indicted for murder
    Hidalgo County, Texas -- A 41-year-old Weslaco woman who Hidalgo County Sheriff J.E. “Eddie” Guerra said had a history of shooting at people at her residence is scheduled to be arraigned on a murder indictment Wednesday afternoon.

    On March 12, a Hidalgo County grand jury indicted Emma Linda Gracia for the Jan. 18 shooting of 24-year-old Eduardo Mendoza at her home at 1318 E. 25th St. in rural Weslaco. Deputies arrested Gracia after she called 9-1-1 to report she shot a man during a burglary, according to the probable cause affidavit.

    Authorities arrived at the residence at about 7:34 a.m. where Gracia told them she shot Mendoza with a .22 caliber rifle after he arrived at the home with 50-year-old Gerardo Gonzalez and began arguing with her "boyfriend"?, Michael Luna, according to a probable cause affidavit. “Sheriff Investigators met with Michael Luna who said that he was at home with his "wife"? Emma Gracia. Two men he knows as Eduardo and Gerardo arrived at his home,” the charging document stated. “He has been having problems with Eduardo because he suspects him of stealing from him. He told him to leave and an argument occurred.” That’s when Gracia went outside and shot Mendoza in his stomach, according to authorities.
    Then, according to the affidavit, Mendoza and Gonzalez left in a vehicle.
    Deputies learned later that Mendoza died at Knapp Medical Center from a gunshot wound.

        HISPANIC Man faces murder charge in Auburn boat shop case
    Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...
    AUBURN - Washington State --- A 26-year-old man with 13 felony convictions faces charges of first-degree murder and second-degree assault after he allegedly shot one man and injured another during a robbery attempt at a Auburn boat repair shop.

    Rigoberto Alvarado is scheduled to be arraigned April 30 in King County Superior Court at the Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent, according to the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. He remains in custody at the county jail at the Regional Justice Center with bail denied.

    On the night of March 31, Alvarado reportedly fatally shot Greg Deckman, 56, once in the chest and pistol whipped in the head a 53-year-old co-worker of Deckman’s after demanding money from both men, according to charging papers filed April 16. The men were working in a boat repair shop in the 3500 block of C Street Northeast.

    “While only 26 years old, this defendant has already amassed 13 felony convictions, as both a juvenile and as an adult,” wrote Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Jessica Berliner in charging documents.

    “On this occasion, the defendant shot and killed a man and pistol whipped another simply because they did not have money to surrender to him or were not surrendering it fast enough,” Berliner said. “The surviving victim told detectives that the defendant seemed unfazed by the shooting of the victim at close range. The utter senselessness of this murder and assault belies the extreme danger the defendant presents to the community.” The man pistol whipped suffered a fractured skull with bleeding on the brain, according to Auburn Police. During surgery, medical staff removed 25 bone fragments from his skull.

        UPDATE: SAMOAN man wanted for West Jordan double homicide taken into custody
    mud suspectmud suspect (KUTV) — The man suspected of killing a young West Jordan couple is now in custody, the West Jordan Police Department announced Wednesday morning.
    Albert Johnson, 31, was located in the Sacramento-area of California. He was booked into jail at 6:11 a.m. and is being held without bail.
    Tony and Katherine Butterfield were found dead at their West Jordan home on Saturday morning after a neighbor called 911 to report hearing gunshots and a woman screaming. Police believe Johnson is responsible for shooting and killing the couple. The Butterfield's three children, all under the age of four, were unharmed.

    Police believe the middle-of-the-night attack was targeted, and that Johnson and the Butterfields were acquainted.
    Johnson has a criminal history in California, and was sentenced to prison after facing felony charges and violating parole.
    His wife, 29-year-old Sina Johnson, was arrested on Monday in connection to the killings.
    Sina Johnson is being held at the Salt Lake County Jail on charges of tampering with evidence and obstruction of justice.


    21 April 2020

        3 (black) Richland County men charged with murder in April 5 shooting of Clarendon 23-year-old
    black suspectblack suspectblack suspectMANNING - Three Richland County men have been arrested and charged with murder in the April 5 shooting death of 23-year-old Dashell Davonne-Dilique Powell.

    Thomas Alexander Finch, 24, and Michael Leon Daugherty, 19, were arrested April 20 in Richland County by investigators with the Clarendon County Sheriff's Office with assistance from the Richland County Fugitive Task Force. Mikell Jamon Lloyd, 23, had been arrested earlier in the month in Richland County by CCSO investigators with help from Richland's Fugitive Task Force in connection with Powell's death.
    All three men have been charged with murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

    Upon arriving at Powell's home on Raccoon Road, responding units found the victim deceased with apparent gunshot wounds.

        (black) Athens man charged with raping teenager in home
    black suspectAn 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.

        Las Vegas woman says she was drugged, assaulted by (black) couple
    black suspectsA Las Vegas couple is facing sex assault charges after a woman said she was given the drug Ecstasy, then assaulted at the couple’s apartment on April 13.

    James Carnell Collins, 46, and Andrea E. McGowan, 42, each are charged with three counts of sex assault and one count of open and gross lewdness in the case, according to Las Vegas Justice Court records. An arrest report for the couple said a woman told authorities she met McGowan while housed at the Las Vegas city jail. Upon their release, McGowan invited the woman to stay at her apartment because the woman had no place to go.
    There, the woman told police she partied with the couple before McGowan gave her a “small, rectangular white pill with the number 100 on it. (She) thought it might have been ecstasy, but was not sure.” “After taking the pill, (she) started feeling out of it, like she could not really move.” The woman said she then was sexually assaulted by the couple.
    McGowan told detectives that she and the victim did Ecstasy, according to the arrest report, and during the encounter she repeatedly asked the woman if she was OK. Collins told police that McGowan and the victim came to his bedroom willingly and he portrayed the encounter as consensual.

        Paranoid racist blacktivist complaints erupt like pimple after San Leandro police shoot, kill black man in 'suicide by cop'
    black suspect(ook, ook, scrimination....ook, ook, racist.... ) (well, at least no riots, fires and looting for now)

        Police shoot and kill berserk bat-wielding suicidal BLACK man in San Leandro, CA Walmart - "suicide by cop"
    black suspectA 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.  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.

    “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.”

        (black) Music producer arrested for starving a dog to death
    black suspectGWINNETT CO., GA (CBS46)—A rapper and producer based out of Chicago was arrested in Gwinnett County for a series of charges. According to a press release from the Gwinnett County Solicitor’s office, Tyree Pittman AKA “Young Chop”, was arrested on April 16 for probation violation and animal neglect.
    In addition, Pittman is accused of firing a handgun in the street in front of his home, Gwinnett County’s solicitor alleged.
    Pittman’s additional charges include animal starvation resulting in the death of a dog, driving without a license, and driving with an expired tag.

        VIDEO: (Black) Man Wanted In North Philadelphia Jewelry Store Robbery

      HISPANIC Man, Isaac Perez, charged with murder after victim found shot in the back
    Silver City, New Mexico - a bullet wound was found in his middle lower back ...  Perez told the detective he went to the park to meet up with the victim to be “fronted” a gram of marijuana. The suspect and the victim had previously conducted deals for drugs, and during Saturday’s incident, talked with each other about Perez allegedly telling “an acquaintance who told the acquaintance of the victim’s, that he would ‘rob’ the victim.”

        Canada: Mud Monster Mix (First Nations Native) charged in slaying of retired (white) oral surgeon
    mud suspect A friend of murdered retired oral surgeon and philanthropist Dr. Paul Morgan called it “ironic” that the man who dedicated his life to helping others died while trying to assist a friend’s grandson.  "It’s ironic and tragic that his life ended this way.” Toronto Police announced Monday they had arrested Makoons Meawasige-Moore, 23, and charged him with second-degree murder.

    Morgan, 79. was acting as Meawasige-Moore’s surety for outstanding arson charges stemming from fires in the Junction and Little Italy areas of Toronto in 2017. Both men lived at Morgan’s home. Meawasige-Moore appeared at the Ontario Court of Justice at 1000 Finch Ave. W. on Monday and was remanded to June 8. On April 14 at 8:15 a.m., officers responded to a sudden death call and found Morgan’s body. Morgan died of blunt force trauma and there were no obvious signs of forced entry into the house. - (Canada)

        Why some people of color say they won't wear homemade masks
    a number of "people of color" (darkies) — activists, academics and ordinary Americans — expressed fears that homemade masks could exacerbate racial profiling and place blacks and Latinos in danger.
    The Bloods and Crips street gangs of California have used colorful bandanas or rags as a system of identification, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The LAPD also describes the "uniform of Hispanic gangs" as including "a bandana tied around the forehead similar to a sweatband."

        President Trump to suspend immigration to US due to coronavirus

        Oktoberfest cancelled

    The Oktoberfest has previously been canceled during the two world wars; at a time of hyperinflation in Germany in 1923; and because of cholera outbreaks in 1854 and 1873, German news agency dpa reported.

        Mark Zuckerberg: Lockdown Protests Are ‘Misinformation,’ Facebook Will Ban Organizers

        New York City - Mayor De Blasio’s social distancing tip line flooded with penis photos, Hitler memes

        A Minnesota man has admitted killing a 19-year-old woman and dismembering her body in his garage,

    20 April 2020

        Black Tulsa Man Arrested, Accused Of Rape
    black suspectTULSA, OKLAHOMA - A Tulsa man is in jail and is accused of raping one of his neighbors.
    Officials said Kevin Williams was arrested Sunday after a neighbor said he came into the house where she lived and raped her.  The victim was taken to the hospital where she was interviewed by deputies.
    Williams was then arrested and booked into the Tulsa County Jail.
    Williams claimed the encounter was consensual.
    Williams is being held in the Tulsa County Jail on $100,000 bond.

    • Tulsa Jigro Arrested, Raped A Neighbor Den Ooks It Wuz Coonsensual
    • Sex Offender Caught In Inappropriate Relationship With 15-Year-Old Girl -  October 8th 2015
      black suspectOKLAHOMA CITY - A registered sex offender was caught having an inappropriate relationship with a 15-year-old girl. The District Attorney's office filed two felony counts against the offender, who is identified as William "Kevin" Williams. Williams, 33, got caught when that teenager's mother found lewd pictures of her daughter and Williams on her iPhone. The mother discovered those pictures last month, after she had reported to police that her daughter had run away. Police were able to identify Williams by the pictures and then tracked him down. As it turns out, Williams was arrested in 2001 for rape and was convicted of the crime. 

        (black) Hanukkah stabbing suspect deemed mentally unfit for trial, ordered to undergo treatment, judge rules
    black suspectA judge declared the suspect who allegedly killed a man and slashed four others with a machete during a Hanukkah celebration was mentally unfit for trial and ordered him to undergo mental health treatment to assess his competency.
    U.S. District Court Judge Cathy Seibel ordered that Grafton Thomas be treated at a suitable facility to determine if he "will attain the capacity to permit criminal proceedings to go forward against him," according to the court order issued Monday. The treatment would not exceed four months and the Federal Bureau of Prisons will provide a report on any updates to the court within the first 30 days, the order said.

        (Black) Women allegedly rob taxi driver after luring him to Bronx apartment
    black suspectsA pair of conniving ladies convinced a taxi driver into taking them back to his Bronx apartment for drinks — only to let their partners inside to rob the driver at gunpoint, police sources say. The 32-year-old hack told police he picked up three women around 10 p.m. on Saturday in East Bronx, according to sources. After dropping off one fare, the remaining two convinced the driver to bring them up to his apartment on Cruger Avenue near Adee Avenue, sources and police said. But once they starting drinking, one of the ladies let in two armed men and the group ransacked the apartment — stealing four watches, a laptop, three pairs of sunglasses, the driver’s debit card and $100, according to police.

        Negro underwear thief
    black suspectPHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia police have released surveillance video of a break-in at a Center City store. Police say the suspect broke a glass window and entered the Ross store at 701 West Market Street last Wednesday morning.
    The suspect took three packages of men’s underwear and then fled the store through the SEPTA El station which connects to the store. If you have any information, contact police.

        Minority-majority New York City: Subway robberies up despite dramatically lower ridership amid coronavirus
    black suspectSubway robberies are skyrocketing despite a plunge in ridership during the coronavirus crisis — forcing the MTA to call in outside contractors for backup, according to sources.

    March saw 51 robberies across the 472-station subway system — compared to 33 the previous year, according to NYPD stats.

        Judge denies (black female) Crystal Belle’s murder appeal for Jeannette killing
    black suspectThe third-degree murder conviction of a Jeannette woman serving up to 30 years in prison for the beating death of her live-in boyfriend nearly four years ago will stand. Westmoreland County Common Pleas Court Judge Christopher Feliciani this week denied the appeal of Crystal Belle, who contended evidence presented against her during a six-day jury trial last year was insufficient to warrant a guilty verdict. Prosecutors said Belle, 40, used the wooden handle from a snow shovel to repeatedly beat to death 19-year-old Khalil Parker during one of many violent confrontations between the couple. Parker’s battered and bruised body was found in the home near shoe (sic) stings police said were used to tie him to a bed.

        (Tattooed-neck black) Bradenton man charged with Second Degree Murder
    black suspectMANATEE COUNTY,Fla (WWSB) - A Bradenton man is charged with Second Degree Murder and Possession of a Firearm after deputies say an altercation resulted in a teen’s death and another teen’s injury.
    According to an arrest citation, Troy Davis, 29, was involved in an altercation with two teenagers. The two teens, 15 and 16 were shot when the argument turned violent. Deputies say the 16-year-old succumbed to his injuries at the scene. According to the report, the 15-year-old was transported and treated for a bullet wound to his arm at Manatee Memorial Hospital. Deputies finally caught up with Davis and took him into custody on Thursday.

        (Tattooed-neck black) Jeff City Man Charged with Second Degree Murder
    black suspectblack suspectOn Thursday, 27-year-old Jamie T. Williams of Jefferson City, was formally charged in Cole County Circuit Court with second degree murder and flight from perpetration of a felony where a person dies, resisting or interfering with an arrest for a felony, felony driving while revoked or suspended, and possession of marijuana. Williams is being held at the Cole County Jail and the court denied bond.
    The charges stem from his involvement in a vehicle pursuit, foot chase, and officer-involved shooting that occurred in Jefferson City on the night of Wednesday, April 15 around 10:20 p.m. During the incident, Jefferson City police officers were in contact with a passenger in Williams’ vehicle, Anthony J. Wilson, 28, of Jefferson City Gunfire was exchanged between Wilson and the police. Wilson was killed and an officer sustained non-life-threatening injuries when he was struck by a bullet in the chest. The officer was wearing a protective vest at the time and was taken to an area hospital for treatment and released Thursday afternoon.

        Man with Mexican accent made children touch him in grocery stores
    GLENDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS5) -- Glendale police are searching for a suspect accused of sexually assaulting several children in grocery stores. Between Aug. 10, 2019, and Feb. 24, police say the man victimized at least three children inside grocery stores along Bethany Home Road between 58th and 67th avenues. The children were between 13 and 15 years old. In each case, the suspect waited until children were alone. Police say the man approached the victims with a handshake, and then pulled the victims' hands toward his body, placing their hands on his genitals.
    Victims and witnesses have described the suspect as a Hispanic man with a light complexion or a Caucasian man with a dark complexion.  Witnesses described his nose as distinctively curved down like a “bird’s beak” and said that he has a scar across the bridge of his nose. He spoke with a thick Spanish accent.

        HISPANIC KC man charged with second-degree murder after Belton car dealership shooting
    BELTON, Mo. — The Belton Police Department is investigating a shooting that claimed the life of a man at a car dealership Thursday morning. Police said officers were called to investigate a possible shooting at the Show Me Auto Mall in the 1400 block of North Avenue around 10:45 a.m. Thursday.  When they arrived, officers found a man dead from apparent gunshot wounds. Police said a man was taken into custody in connection with the incident. The victim has been identified as Kyle Wanner of Belton.

    Police said the suspect in this case, Kansas City resident Edward Cornejo-Juarez, has been charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action in connection with Wanner's death.

    [Both the SUSPECT and the VICTIM are shown wearing EARRINGS - normally an accessory for women]

      HISPANIC Woman Jessica Pena arrested for using ax to break into Brooklyn Supreme Court

  • VINE, America’s number one victim notification network identifies the suspect as HISPANIC

  • Israeli flag
    Bernie Madoff victims to get another $378.5 million payout

    Why Were So Many Madoff Victims Jewish?

    Israeli flag
    The "Sacramento" (California) "Bee" newspaper APOLOGIZED for an (allegedly)"Anti-jewish-semitic" "HAPPY EASTER" ad
    It appears from an excerpt of the poem that it is not "Anti-jewish-semitic" but basically a CHRISTIAN narrative of the Crucifixion of Jesus by the Roman Government at the insistence of the ultra-'orthodox' religious "Pharisees"

    "CRUCIFY HIM" in the KJV Bible

        Jews Force Newspaper To Publicly Apologize And Grovel For Printing ‘Antisemitic’ Easter Poem

        Georgia students expelled for posting ‘racist’ TikTok video

        California's Rogue leftist Governor Gavin "Anus" Newsom - trading with the Enemy
    (Drudge) Newsom's secretive $1-billion mask deal with Chinese automaker sparks bipartisan concerns

    19 April 2020

        UPDATE: Suspects arrested in Auburn homicide investigation connected to multiple homicides

        (black) Suspect in 4 murders stretching from Auburn to Birmingham surrenders after manhunt
    black suspectblack suspectA massive manhunt Saturday in Birmingham ended after a man suspected in at least four murders stretching from Auburn to Birmingham surrendered in his boxers and socks.

    The suspect has been identified by Auburn Police as 32-year-old Derrick Hightower of Columbus, Ga. He was taken by ambulance with a gunshot wound to the arm, presumably suffered when he exchanged gunfire with police. Those on the scene when he surrendered said Hightower appeared tired after more than 24 hours on the run and ready to turn himself in. A second person of interest is also being questioned as she had been with the suspect at some point during the night.

    Auburn police have charged Hightower with capital murder and first-degree theft of property in connection with the death of a Smiths Station woman that happened early Friday. They said they have also charged Kentrice Symonee Hill, a 21-year-old Birmingham woman, with first-degree theft of property in the case as well. Police said they will extradite the pair to Lee County.

    The ordeal began Friday morning with the shooting death of a 54-year-old Smiths Station woman, continued along U.S. 280 to Dadeville where a couple in their 60s was shot to death and continued to escalate Saturday morning with a home invasion and another homicide, followed by a shootout between the suspect and Birmingham police.

    No police were injured in the gunfire and the suspect managed to escape. Blood at the scene indicated he was wounded.

    Authorities cautioned nearby residents to shelter in place. "This person is armed and dangerous,'' said Birmingham police spokesman Sgt. Rod Mauldin.

    If all the crimes are indeed proven to be linked – and police strongly believe they are – the rampage began close to sunrise in Auburn on Friday. Auburn police responded to the Farmville Volunteer Fire Department’s call for assistance on a vehicle fire in the 9500 block of U.S. Highway 280 West around 6 a.m. Friday. When officers arrived, they found a white 2005 Chevrolet Silverado truck on fire and 54-year-old Nancy Nash of Smiths Station dead nearby at Creative Habitats Landscaping. Nash worked at the landscaping business and is believed to have been killed while possibly interrupting a burglary.

    Next, the suspect is believed to have been involved in the double murder of a couple in Dadeville Friday evening. Dadeville Police Chief Johnathan Floyd said the husband and wife were found slain in their home in a possible robbery. Floyd identified the victims on Saturday as Willie Tidwell, 61, and his wife Barbara, 65

    Early Saturday morning, as police continued their search, evidence led them to a home in the 100 block of Briar Grove Drive. A resident in the area was letting his dogs out in the backyard to use the restroom when a black male wearing all black appeared seemingly out of nowhere and said, “Hey, you got a phone?”

    The resident said, “no,” and the man fled on foot toward the area of Briar Grove Road. It was then, investigators believe, that the suspect broke into a home and a man was shot and killed. A woman and her three children live at the home but were not there when the home invasion and subsequent shooting took place.
    Birmingham police tried to stop him. He got out of the vehicle and exchanged gunfire with officers before fleeing the scene but later surrendered to a massive police force that had him surrounded. - (Black-on-White)

        (black) Brevard County man accused of fatally shooting (his white) "wife" during argument
    black suspect BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. – A man fatally shot his wife during an argument at a home in unincorporated Cocoa early Friday morning, according to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies said they were called to a home on Walter Street around 4:15 a.m.  and found 35-year-old dead as a result of a gunshot wound.

    Records show she and her "husband", 32-year-old Julius Perry, were arguing when the fight escalated and he grabbed a gun and shot her. Perry was arrested on charges of second-degree murder and possession of a firearm by convicted felon. He’s being held at the Brevard County Jail without bond. - (Black-on-White)

    Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
    (Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)

        (black) 18-year-old arrested for murder
    black suspectHIGHLANDS COUNTY, Fla. — The Highlands County Sheriff's Office on Saturday arrested 18-year-old Dennis Wilberforce Bent for the Thursday shooting death of 20-year-old Christopher Reese in Avon Park.  Deputies said Bent is charged with first-degree murder and numerous other charges, including possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, violation of a risk protection order, drug possession, felony marijuana possession, sale of marijuana and violation of probation.

    "WILBERFORCE"!!! - [This dispels the theory that 'stupid negro names' lead blacks into a life of crime.]

        (black) Man charged for Tower Grove South murder, burglary
    black suspectST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office filed charges Sunday against a man in connection with a burglary and double shooting in south city. According to Sgt. Keith Barrett, a spokesman for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, the burglary and shooting occurred just after 2:10 a.m. on Saturday, April 18 in the 4400 block of Beck Avenue. Officers found the two victims inside a residence suffering from gunshot wounds. One of the victims, 54-year-old Charmaine Stanfield, was pronounced dead at the scene. A 62-year-old man was taken to a local hospital and listed stable condition. Homicide detectives took over the investigation and eventually arrested Brandon Langston for the crime, Barrett said. Prosecutors charged Langston with first-degree murder, first-degree assault, two counts of armed criminal action, felon in possession of a firearm, and second-degree burglary.

        (black) Michigan killer (allegedly) dies of coronavirus just weeks before parole
    black suspectA Michigan prisoner died from coronavirus just weeks before his parole. Sentenced as a juvenile, William Garrison served nearly 44 years of his sentence before succumbing to the virus. Garrison’s bunkmate found him struggling to breathe on Monday night in their two-man cell at Macomb Correctional Facility.'  Garrison was charged with life in prison after a 1976 home invasion resulted in Garrison shooting and killing a man at the age of 16. His sentence was cut in half in January, and he was offered the choice of an immediate release on parole or release without parole in September. Garrison chose the latter.

    A post-mortem autopsy confirmed Garrison had coronavirus,
    while a test confirmed that Garrison’s bunkmate was negative.

        (Black) Man arrested for the murder of a 2-year-old Spring boy last year
    black suspectHARRIS COUNTY, Texas —   The Harris County Sheriff’s Office has charged a man with the 2019 shooting death of 2-year-old Ivory West Jr. Cecil Lakey, 23, has been charged with capital murder.
    On July 2, 2019, Ivory, his father and another man were all shot during an attempted robbery just before midnight in the garage of an apartment on Trailing Vine Road. Deputies said two men walked into the garage area and started shooting.
    The father was shot up to 10 times, and the other man was hit in the leg. Ivory was killed.
    Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said Lakey is currently in the Harris County Jail on another capital murder charge in a March 2019 case.

        (black) Wilmington felon charged for murder of woman near Greenfield Lake
    black suspectWILMINGTON — Ray Anthony Southers, a felon, was arrested early Thursday morning and charged with the murder of 36-year-old Jody Marie Lopez.

    Early Thursday morning, just after midnight, Wilmington police responded to the 1300 block of South 4th Street, four blocks north of Greenfield Lake, in reference to a shooting shortly. “Upon arrival, officers found Lopez suffering from a gunshot wound and performed life-saving measures while waiting for EMS to arrive,” WPD spokesperson Jessica Williams said. “She was transported to NHRMC, where she later succumbed to her injuries.”

    The suspect and weapon were quickly located and Southers was taken into custody without incident, according to the WPD.
    Southers was charged with first-degree murder, possession of a firearm by a felon, and assault by pointing a gun. He is being held without bond.

        Police arrest (black) man and 11-year-old girl for carjacking in Maryland
    black suspect(WBFF) -- Baltimore County Police arrest two carjacking suspects in Parkville.
    On April 7 at 7:24 p.m., police responded to the 1300 block of Mantle Street, 21234 for a carjacking.
    The initial investigation determined two suspects walked up to the victim, who just parked his car, and asked for directions. When the victim pulled out his cell phone, the suspects grabbed the phone, demanded money and took his keys. They stole his vehicle and fled the scene. On April 8 at 1:27 a.m., members of the Regional Auto Theft Task Force, while looking for the stolen vehicle, located it after it crashed in Baltimore City.
    The suspects fled the vehicle and were arrested by police after a brief foot pursuit.

    Kevon Darrell Saunders (18) of the 1500 block of East Lanvale Street, 21213 was arrested and charged with robbery, carjacking and various other charges. Saunders is held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on a no bail status pending a bail review.
    An 11-year-old female from Baltimore, a relative of Saunders, was also arrested and charged with felony offenses.

        One (White) officer killed, two critically injured in ambush during domestic disturbance call
    Mex-mestizo thug-scum criminal
    Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...
    UPDATE 4/19 10:30 a.m.-A San Marcos Police officer is dead and two others are injured after police responded to a domestic disturbance Saturday, with an active shooter.

    Officials with SMPD say officers responded to the Twin Lake Villas Apartments at 2917 Hunter Road at around 6:05 p.m. for reports of a 9-1-1 call for an assault/domestic disturbance.

    Officer Justin Putnam, 31, was fatally wounded at the scene. He had been with the San Marcos Police for five and a half years and was a graduate of Texas A&M University. "We lost a fine young man last night," said Interim Chief of Police Bob Klett. Officer Putnam leaves behind fiancee and family with public safety backgrounds.

    Officer Franco Stewart, who has been with San Marcos PD for five months and Officer Justin Mueller, who has been a police officer for ten months, were both injured in the ambush and underwent surgery at Ascension Seton Hays in Kyle Saturday night. They are currently in critical but stable condition.

    The suspect has been identified as Alfredo Perez De La Cruz, 45, was found dead inside from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Police said he had on body armor and started shooting at officers immediately.

        HISPANIC Dallas bus hijacker was suspect in his girlfriend’s murder earlier this month
    Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...
    An armed man hijacked a Dallas transit bus Sunday morning, forcing the driver to lead police on a 20-mile chase through several Dallas suburbs before spike strips stopped the bus and the suspect was killed in a shoot-out with police, according to NBC DFW.

    Police identified the hijacker as Ramon Thomas Villagomez, 31, and said San Antonio police wanted to question him about the death of his girlfriend, who was found dead in her home on April 7.
    Catherine Menendez, 41, died of “multiple sharp force injuries.” 

    The bus hijacking began at about 11 a.m. in Richardson, when DART police received a report that an armed man had boarded a bus on Buckingham Street, shot out some windows, and ordered the driver to head toward an undetermined location.
    Finally, spike strips punctured the bus’s tires just before noon, and it came to a halt on northbound President George Bush Turnpike between Liberty Grove Road and State Route 66. The suspect got off the bus, exchanged fire with police, and was hit. He was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

    A police officer and a Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) officer were wounded during the incident as the suspect fired several times from the windows of the bus as it made its way through Richardson, Garland, Rowlett, Sachse, and Rockwall.

        Toddler Among Quadruple Family Murder Homicide in Texas - HISPANIC child molester arrested
    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.

    • (Update) Larado, Texas PD: Man accused of quadruple murder has prior charges
      The officer approached the vehicle and observed a man, Lopez, attempting to put on his shorts. The officer also observed a then 16-year-old girl naked in the backseat of the vehicle. Lopez allegedly touched the girl’s breast with the intent to arouse or gratify his sexual desire. Her mother filed charges against Lopez. He was arrested and charged with indecency with a child by sexual contact. The case remains open.

        HISPANIC, Latina (tattooed) El Paso woman charged with murdering boyfriend, pinned him with car against gas island
    EL PASO, Texas - An El Paso woman is accused of killing her boyfriend by pinning him with her car at a Lower Valley gas station, authorities said Monday.

    Monica Isabel Martinez, 44, was being held on a million-dollar bond for murder at the El Paso County Detention Facility downtown.

    Police said the death happened last Thursday night at the Valero gas station at 629 S. Yarbrough, where officers found 39–year old Jorge Luis Vasquez unresponsive and rushed him to Del Sol Hospital - where he later died.

    "Doctors did not suspect foul play due to a lack of apparent injuries on the victim," said Sgt. Enrique Carrillo.
    But investigators indicated they soon found evidence that resulted in the medical examiner declaring the death a homicide and led to Martinez being arrested. "Surveillance footage obtained from the store by detectives revealed an argument between the couple in the parking lot," Carrillo explained. "The offender is seen in a vehicle driving towards the victim who was on foot, pinning him between the vehicle and a support pillar on the gas island, after which the victim collapses."

        HISPANIC Father, (acne-faced gangster) son arrested for gang attack on kids at Chamizal
    EL PASO, Texas -- An El Paso father and son have been arrested on allegations they participated in a gang-orchestrated attack on children last week at the Chamizal National Park, police said Thursday.

    45–year old Lorenzo Provencio and his son, 17–year old Anthony Provencio, were being held Thursday in the El Paso County Detention Facility on bonds of $300,000 and $150,000 respectively. The pair are charged with engaging in organized criminal activity. - (no penalty for UN-organized criminal stuff)

    Investigators said the younger Provencio was among several street gang members who robbed and beat two 14-year-olds and a 12-year-old.

    "The victims were beaten, threatened with a knife and taser and had their clothes and other personal belongings stolen." 
    Police said the elder Provencio drove the getaway vehicle - a black SUV - for the gang members following the park attack. He also allegedly drove the group to the park to commit the robbery.
    Arrests of additional gang members involved in the incident are expected soon, authorities said.

        BAD HISPANIC accused of beating and robbing a 71-year-old man and beat him over the head with brass knuckles.
    Paul Carmona was being held at the El Paso County Detention Facility on a half-million dollar bond. Police said a Crime Stoppers tip led to his arrest. On March 24 around 7 a.m., police said the robber approached the elderly man from behind as he was opening up his store and beat him over the head with brass knuckles. 

    The robber then went on to steal the man's cell phone and money, police said.

    Authorities described the robber as Hispanic, 25 to 30 years of age, 5’11” in height and approximately 200 lbs. with a light complexion.

        72-year-old California mayor who compared Trump backers to KKK dies in plane crash: report
    A California mayor who recently said he would resign over social media posts comparing Trump supporters to members of the Ku Klux Klan was killed in a plane crash Saturday, according to a report. Auburn Mayor Bill Kirby was identified as the person killed when a small plane went down near Auburn Airport just after 11 a.m. local time.  Kirby, 72, was piloting the plane and had been licensed since at least 2009, the Bee reported. The urologist worked with the group Flying Doctors that helps run free medical clinics in rural villages.
    In one of the posts, the mayor allegedly shared a photo of a Ku Klux Klan hood, with the caption, “Good news for Trump supporters is that most of them already have masks,” FOX 40 reported. The post was later taken down. During the city council meeting, officials and the public heard a string of voicemails that the council had received from residents infuriated by Kirby’s online posts. “These comments are hateful, degrading, bigoted and more consistent with the mentality of a 15-year-old,” one voicemail said, according to FOX 40. - (Any conspiracy theories blaming Trump for this 'accident' yet???)

        California secures over 15,000 hotel rooms for homeless during pandemic: gov
    "Anus" Newsom said a new agreement with the Motel 6 hotel chain will provide an additional 5,025 hotel rooms at 47 locations in 19 counties.  The project covers people who test positive or may have been exposed to COVID-19, older homeless people and those with underlying health conditions. Newsom said Saturday there were “equivalent number of cities” that are blocking efforts to help the homeless. He wouldn’t name them. Los Angeles County prosecutors requested an emergency hearing with a federal judge Friday, alleging the cities of Lawndale and Bell Gardens threatened to terminate city permits for hotels and motels participating in the program. Laguna Hills in Orange County is also pushing back against plans to move homeless people into a hotel, The city filed a lawsuit on Tuesday claiming the county’s plan “poses a direct threat to the health and safety of the surrounding community.”

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  •     ASIAN (Chinese) San Francisco police officer accused of rape, domestic violence
    SAN BRUNO, Calif. - A San Francisco police officer was arrested on suspicion of rape and domestic violence, authorities said.  Officer Simon Chan, a 23-year veteran with the San Francisco Police Department, was arrested on Friday in San Bruno. The arrest came one day after the victim went to the San Bruno Police Department to report the alleged crime. Simon Chan, 40, was released from custody after posting a $100,000 bond. His arraignment is scheduled for July 15.  Chan was assigned to the Airport Bureau and placed on unpaid leave pending an internal investigation into the allegations.

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