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    BLACK-ON-WHITE: (White) Worker killed, (black) man arrested in apartment shooting near Gwinnett college
BLACK SUSPECT WHITE VICTIM Police have located a suspect after a deadly shooting near Georgia Gwinnett College on Thursday morning prompted a manhunt and lockdown at the school’s Lawrenceville campus. Roceam Jarez Wilson, 26, was taken into custody after an initial search of the area around the college came up empty, according to Gwinnett County police. He was arrested on charges of murder, aggravated assault and weapon possession in the shooting that killed 23-year-old Bradley Jordan at the Sugar Mills Apartments on Walther Boulevard.

“Detectives believe that Jordan was at the location for his job as a pest control worker when he was approached by Wilson outside of one of the apartments,” Gwinnett police spokesman Cpl. Collin Flynn said in a news release. “At this time, a motive for the murder is not clear.”

Wilson, who is homeless, was “quickly identified by detectives who followed up on evidence at the scene,” Flynn said. Jordan was found dead at the apartment complex shortly after 10 a.m. Officers were called to investigate after someone heard a gunshot and saw the Lawrenceville man lying at the bottom of a stairwell, Flynn said.

Bradley Jordan, age 23 - (gunmemorial)

[NNN forum thread:]  WM pest control worker, 23 fatally shot Lawrenceville, GA by the negro


    Oakland police 'confident' in BLACK suspect in 3 brutal Chinatown attacks
SUSPECT-NAME wounded victim wounded victim wounded victim OAKLAND, Northern California (BCN)
Oakland police investigators said Saturday evening that they have identified a person of interest in three brutal assaults that occurred in the city's Chinatown last Sunday.

A police spokesperson said that the department is thankful to the community for assisting detectives in identifying a person of interest suspected in last Sunday's assaults after police released video surveillance and photographs to the community and to the news media.

The investigation is in its early stages, however, investigators are diligently working to move the case forward to the Alameda County District Attorney's Office for review and charging.

Investigators revealed that the person of interest has been in custody since Monday -- the day following the Chinatown assaults -- on an unrelated criminal case.
BREAKING: I’ve learned that Yahya Muslim, 28, is in custody for an unrelated assault & elder abuse case but has been implicated by @oaklandpoliceca in this attack on a 91yo man as well as 2 other victims at 8th & Harrison in Chinatown. Case to be reviewed by @AlamedaCountyDA SOCIOPATHIC DEMONIC BLACK MUSLIM Person of interest identified in Oakland Chinatown attacks

    (Black Arrested) Deadly Las Vegas double shooting happened over drugs, money, report says
black suspect LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- A man was arrested in a double homicide last month. Michael Ellis, 38, is being held at the Clark County Detention Center where he faces two charges of open murder. According to Ellis' arrest report, multiple people reported hearing gunshots on Jan. 8 about 5:30 p.m. at the Harbor Island Apartments. When officers arrived, they found two men, identified as Sean McLemore and Antwan Pope, with multiple gunshot wounds. Both died from their injuries.

Witnesses at the scene said they saw the two victims in a fight with an unknown man, that led to the suspect firing multiple shots at both men. The suspect ran from the area then fled in a vehicle. Multiple tips to Crime Stoppers identified the suspect as Ellis, the report said. A security officer later confirmed Ellis was at the complex at the time of the shooting.

Police traced the registration of the vehicle seen in surveillance footage to its owner, and later found her and Ellis. Ellis told police he hadn't been at the complex in months and denied ever driving the car. The car's owner told police she let him borrow it multiple times, but couldn't recall the night of the shooting as she said she was high on marijuana. She did, however, confirm to police that the vehicle in the surveillance footage was hers.

A few days after the shooting, police contacted a friend of both victims who said one of the men killed owed drugs and money to Ellis. Ellis was arrested by police on Jan. 30. He's expected in court again on Feb. 16.

    (Black) arrested, the 3rd arrest made in May 2020 murder on Old Jackson Hwy in Aiken
black suspect AIKEN, S.C. (WJBF) – A third arrest has been made in a May 2020 murder in Aiken County. 23-year-old Daiquan Lamar Lee was arrested on Wednesday, February 3 in connection with the shooting that claimed the life of Christina Cuteri.

Lee is charged with Murder, Armed Robbery and Possession of a Weapon During a Violent Crime. Lee also as 3 additional warrants for Attempted Murder that stem from a 2019 investigation.

The deadly shooting happened on May 4, 2020 at the intersection of Kathwood and Old Jackson Highway. Investigators say three men fired shots at a car that was occupied by Cuteri and another victim, before driving away and leaving the scene.

19-year-old Shikorian Markel Corbitt was taken into custody shortly after in New Ellenton, and charged with Murder, Possession of Weapon during Violent Crime and Armed Robbery. In July, 21-year old Shikem Saiquan Wright was arrested at River Edge Apartments in Augusta, also charged with Murder, Possession of Weapon during Violent Crime, and Armed Robbery.

* Shikorian: * Stupid Negro Names
* Shikem Saiquan: * Stupid Negro Names

    (Black) Arrested for Sunday morning shooting in Petersburg, Virginia
black suspect RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — The Petersburg Bureau of Police made an arrested in a shooting that occurred in the 40 block of Summit Street. Police later identified 20-year-old Xavier Butts of Petersburg. He was taken into custody around 9 a.m. Sunday morning without incident.

Butts has been charged with a multiple weapons charges and malicious wounding. The shooting happened around 4:30 a.m. Sunday morning and one victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

    (Black) Arrested for Thursday night shooting in Henrico, Virginia
black suspect wounded victim wounded victim HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Henrico Police have made an arrest in a Thursday night shooting that injured two people. Rhashawn Jaequan Singleton, 18, was arrested and charged with two counts of malicious wounding and two counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony for his involvement in the shooting. He’s currently being held at the Henrico County jail without bond.

The two victims were shot near the intersection of Mechanicsville Turnpike and Laburnum Avenue shortly before 8 p.m. The men were transported to a local hospital. One is in critical condition while the other is in stable condition.

    (Black) Man booked on attempted murder charge in Mobile
black suspect MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — A man from Texas was booked on a charge of attempted murder Saturday evening in Mobile Metro Jail. 44-year-old Tawanne Lucas was booked into Mobile Metro Jail at about 6 pm last night and charged with attempted murder. Jail records show a warrant was issued for his arrest in December.

It’s not clear what crime this case could be connected to. While Lucas does have a Texas address listed he has a number of prior arrests in Mobile Metro Jail, at least one arrest shows a Mobile address. The attempted murder charge has a Mobile Police case number. We’ve reached out to the Mobile Police Department for more information and are waiting to hear back.

    (Black) Tallahassee woman charged with attempted murder after shooting at victim's car
black suspect TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — A 19-year-old has been charged with attempted murder after Tallahassee police said she shot up another woman's car over an argument about a damaged air mattress. According to probable cause documents, the Tallahassee Police Department responded to Bates Drive on Jan. 31 for a shooting incident. When they arrived, they spotted the victim's vehicle parked in the road with apparent damage from gunfire.

Police said the victim told them that she had received a call from the suspect, 19-year-old Ledeja Freeman, stating that she wanted to fight. According to the victim, "the argument stemmed from an incident with a damaged air mattress a few days prior." Just before 7:30 p.m. that night, the victim then received text messages from Freeman, some reading "Really I came to kill you" and "You are going to die."

About five minutes later, documents stated that the victim arrived home and Freeman was waiting there for her in a Nissan Altima. "When [the victim] parked... Freeman purportedly exited the Nissan, approached [the victim's] car, brandished a firearm, banged on the windows with the gun, and threatened to kill [the victim]," investigators wrote in the probable cause report.

Eventually, the victim told police that Freeman "appeared to give up" and walked toward the back of the victim's car. However, Freeman then turned around and fired several rounds at the victim's car while the victim was still seated inside.

Investigators noted that the texts sent to the victim's phone as well as the spent cartridge casings and bullet fragments found at the scene corroborated the victim's account of the shooting. Based on the evidence, police found probable cause to charge Freeman for attempted murder. She was arrested on Feb. 2.

    Authorities arrest (Black) Westlake man for rape and contributing to delinquency of juveniles
black suspect LAKE CHARLES, La. (KPLC) - The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested a Westlake man on Wednesday for 1st-degree rape and contributing to the delinquency of juveniles. According to CPSO, detectives received a complaint on January 19, in reference to Brandon J. Savoy, 26, of Westlake, having inappropriate sexual contact with a child under the age of 13.

During the investigation the victim advised detectives the incident occurred at Savoy’s residence. It was also learned Savoy, who was babysitting the victim along with two other children, also under the ages of 13, provided them with marijuana and allowed them to smoke, according to Vincent. Vincent says detectives attempted to make contact with Savoy numerous times but he advised he was out of town. Savoy also failed to show up for a scheduled interview with detectives.

According to Vincent, after further investigation, on February 3, detectives executed a search warrant at Savoy’s residence and located marijuana along with drug paraphernalia in his bedroom. Savoy, who home at the time, was arrested and booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center and charged with the following:

    BLACK Man Who Just Moved To Tulsa Accused Of Assaulting People In Downtown
SUSPECT-NAME wounded victim wounded victim TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa Police say a man who just arrived in Tulsa from Oregon a couple months ago, has already been accused of assaulting at least four people downtown. Police say at first, they thought they were all separates cases, then they tied them all to one suspect. Police say they learned Richard Stuart took a bus to Tulsa from Oregon about a month before he was arrested. Police say during that month, there was a big spike in assaults, in downtown Tulsa.

“When you see a spike, or an increase that is unusual year to year, then you have to look at what’s going on. What’s causing that? Was there a large bar fight this month?” said Sergeant Brandon Davis with the Tulsa Police Downtown IMPACT Unit. It wasn’t a bar fight. Police said every attack was random, the victim didn’t know the attacker, and witnesses also didn’t know the person. Police said they watched surveillance video, but they didn’t recognize him either.

“One of the cases, the guy is lucky to be alive. He had pretty severe injuries. Thankfully he is going to make it and be okay eventually,” said Davis. Police said they eventually realized they were dealing with the same suspect in all the cases. Once they had enough evidence to arrest Stuart, they found out he was already in jail for another assault.

    (Black) Illinois man wanted after home set on fire with wife, children still inside
black suspect GODFREY, Ill. (KTVI) – Authorities are looking for a 34-year-old Illinois man accused of setting fire to his home while his wife and their children were still in the residence. On Tuesday, the Madison County State’s Attorney’s Office charged Andre Darnell Mathis, who remained at large and was considered armed and dangerous.

The fire occurred Monday around 4 a.m. Deputies with the Madison County Sheriff’s Office were called to the home in Godfrey for a possible domestic disturbance. The woman who called dispatchers said her husband was acting erratically and was emotionally distraught. She said he was also armed.

Deputies arrived and found seven children near the home’s entryway. Deputies got the children and the mother out of the home safely. Investigators learned there had been a physical altercation involving the homeowners. The mother told deputies she didn’t know her husband’s whereabouts.

The fire was eventually extinguished, but the home, which had became engulfed in flames, was a total loss. Mathis is charged with one count of aggravated arson, armed violence, aggravated domestic battery, child pornography and indecent solicitation of a child. His bond was set at $1 million. The public is urged to take caution if they see him and to notify authorities immediately.

    (Black) Fresno man arrested on suspicion of raping Parlier girl and human trafficking, police say
black suspect A Fresno man has been arrested on suspicion of raping a 15-year-old girl from Parlier and human trafficking, police say. According to a news release from the Parlier Police Department, John Chatman was arrested Friday in Fresno. Investigators believed that the teenager was lured for sex on Jan. 26 to a Motel 6 in Fresno, where other female teens and older men gathered.

Police said Chatman, 27, manipulated the victim to continue performing sexual acts. Parlier police tracked Chatman down with the help of a Fresno County team of officers.

Chatman has been booked into the Fresno County jail and is awaiting trial on several felony sexual assault charges, including rape by force or fear.

    BLACK-ON-WHITE: Double farm murder: Two victims, both aged over 80, killed in vicious attack
BLACK SUSPECT black suspect black suspect BLACK SUSPECT victim name victim name A shocking double farm murder has rocked the rural community in Gauteng. The elderly victims were declared dead at the scene, as emergency services rushed to intervene. Meanwhile, local politicians are up in arms with the local police force.

Elderly couple killed in Gauteng farm murder While the police investigation gets underway, the bare facts about this case have been released by the authorities.

– Both victims were over 80 years old.
– The attack took place early on Saturday morning.
– It’s understood this farm murder happened on a farmstead in Bapsfontein – to the northeast of Johannesburg.
– Further details have not been made public, but it’s understood police are looking for multiple suspects.

The black-on-White terrorist holocaust ethnic cleansing of Elderly White Boer Farmers in South Africa

    Tessica Brown biography: 10 things about (Black) TikToker dubbed Gorilla Glue Girl
black suspect black suspect Tessica Riley Brown is an African-American woman from Louisiana, United States.
Here are 10 more things about her:
She also goes by Tessica M. Riley.
She lives in Violet, Saint Bernard Parish, Louisiana.
She used to live in Chalmette, St. Bernard Parish.
She is a mother of five.
She owns Tessica’s Little Angels day care.
On April 5, 2017, she was arrested in Violet for simple battery.
In 2019, she formed the Dazzling Divaz dance team.
She is known as @im_d_ollady on TikTok. In a video she posted on February 4, 2021, she revealed that in January 2021, she ran out of Got2B hair spray so she applied Gorilla Glue spray on her hair, which she was not able to wash off for a month.
At the age of 40, she became known online as the Gorilla Glue Girl because of the TikTok video she posted on February 4, 2021. After the video went viral, she said she felt embarrassed and stressed and she was starting to get scared.
On February 6, 2021, she checked into St. Bernard Parish Hospital in Chalmette to ask help to have the Gorilla Glue spray removed from her hair.

    Ambush shooting near BLACK San Antonio, Texas church leaves boyfriend and 6-yr-old boy shot - hunt for barefoot suspect
a man was on his way to an event at Greater Faith Institution Church with his girlfriend and their 6 year-old boy when the incident took place near MARTIN LUTHER KING DRIVE.
Speculation would be that the suspook most likely would be an ex-boyfriend.

      BLACK-HISPANIC Aztec man arrested in alleged kidnapping case at Durango hotel
The Durango Police Department announced late Friday the man, identified as Terrill Jamil Jaquez, was arrested in Farmington. The woman was also found safe and suffered no serious injury. Authorities said that at about 9:47 p.m. Thursday, a disturbance was reported at the Comfort Inn & Suites at 455 South Camino del Rio, in Bodo Industrial Park south of downtown Durango.

It was reported to law enforcement that a woman entered the lobby of the hotel and asked to check into a room. Durango police said in a statement the woman appeared upset and concerned another person would enter the lobby. Authorities asked for the public’s help in identifying a man and a woman, in which the man is suspected of kidnapping the woman at Comfort Inn & Suites, 455 South Camino del Rio, on Thursday night in Durango. The man, Terrill Jamil Jaquez, 33, of Aztec, was arrested Friday.

Then, a man entered the lobby and grabbed the woman. He then physically dragged her out of the lobby by her hair while she tried, unsuccessfully, to resist, according to police.

[NNN forum thread:]  Middle of Nowhere Melanin (black-spanic) Man Drags Lady Out of Motel by Hair

    MEXICAN-named Parolee arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting woman in Twentynine Palms
A parolee accused of attempting to rape a woman in Twentynine Palms last week has been arrested. Manuel Tarango, 34, of Yucca Valley was arrested on Thursday. He was booked into the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, where he is being held without bail due to violating his parole.

In the early hours of January 26, deputies from the Morongo Basin Sheriff's Station received reports of an attempted rape at a residence in Twentynine Palms. Deputies arrived and learned that Tarango had sexually assaulted an adult female at the location, according to the department. Tarango fled the scene before deputies arrived.

$300,000. arrest warrant, along with a no-bail parole violation warrant, was issued for Tarango. He was located on Thursday in Yucca Valley and placed under arrest by the San Bernardino County Specialized Enforcement Division.


    Carpet-baggers & scallywags: 2 Confederate statues were removed in Georgia within 3 days

“Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set.”

    January, 2021 Sets New Record For Gun Sales - By PatriotRising
Americans purchased more guns in January 2021 than any other month on record.

American citizens purchased 4,137,480 firearms, which is a rise of 60% over last January. For reference, in 1999, Americans purchased 9,138,123 firearms for the entire year. Gun ownership has exploded since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and the civil unrest that gripped the nation over the summer. Americans watched rioters burn cities and loot businesses throughout the country. This perfect storm of chaos saw the gun market explode. Last year, gun sales hit an all-time high of 39,695,315, a 40% increase over 2019.

There is no end in sight to the great American gun-buying spree. With the Biden/Harris administration promising gun control, gun sales will most likely increase instead of decrease.

  Biden, the first sitting president-elect to publicly oppose the death penalty, is reportedly considering halting federal executions

The bible on the death penalty

"DEATH PENALTY" in the KJV Bible

  Rand Paul: Kids missing school is 'disaster,' says Biden 'beholden' to teachers unions

AFL-CIO head said he wished Biden hadn't canceled Keystone XL on his first day

Obama ethics chief torches Biden over Hunter memoir in disappearing tweets

Mark Meadows: Biden administration policies put 'America last'

Biden: 'A free press is essential to the health of a democracy'

Megyn Kelly: Middle America ‘won’t accept’ President Biden’s (depraved deviant) transgender agenda

  The mainstream commercial monopoly media - fountain of FILTH and lies

  BLACK-ON-WHITE: Black Lives Matter supporter tweeted about children's White privilege prior to alleged child murder
BLACK SUSPECT WHITE VICTIM South Carolina woman and Black Lives Matter supporter Ariel Robinson, who has been accused of beating a 3-year-old girl to death, appears to have tweeted about her White children's privilege prior to the alleged crime taking place.

In a Twitter thread posted on Jan 6., Robinson noted that while her Black and White children were treated the same in her house, it will "not be the case" when they go out into the real world. "I will never have to worry about my white sons and that makes me happy," Robinson said. "What makes me sad is that every worry I don't have for them will be multiplied for my black sons. Until this is fixed, we are NOT the USA we can be. Justice, fairness & equality for all! #BlackLivesMatter"

Police responded last month to a home in Simpsonville, S.C., after getting a call about an unresponsive child who was pronounced dead after being taken to the hospital, according to FOX Carolina. The child was identified by the Greenville County Coroner’s office as 3-year-old Victoria Rose Smith and she died as a result of blunt force injuries, according to a medical examination.

Robinson, a 29-year-old former teacher and winner of Food Network's "Worst Cooks In America," and her husband, Jerry Robinson, 34, were charged on Jan. 19 with homicide by child abuse in connection to the incident. Homicide by child abuse carries a sentence of 20 years to life in prison. An investigation into the child's death remains ongoing.


  NYT Article Says DONT Give Elderly Vaccine, They Are White And Should Die To Level The Playing Field

    'He’s going to be back': Trump mulls creating his own new social media platform

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    BLACK-ON-WHITE: Arrest made in deaths of 17-year-old Michael Beasley and 18-year-old Kaylah Blackmon
BLACK SUSPECT WHITE VICTIM victim name WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — Wichita Police say they have made a Capital Murder arrest in the deaths of Kaylah Blackmon, 18, and Michael Beasley, 17. WPD says they have arrested Dontenize Kelly, 22, for capital murder and an outstanding warrant, stemming from the investigation into the death of the two teens.

Beasley was found dead on Monday, and Blackmon was found deceased on Thursday. Through the investigation, WPD says Kelly was involved. Police say he was arrested on Friday evening without incident. WPD Chief Gordon Ramsey added, “It appears that the suspect in this case has been previously convicted of a felony charge.”

This investigation is ongoing and the case will be presented to the Sedgwick County District Attorney’s Office.

(Black) Suspect jailed for alleged murder of (White) Kan. teen, her boyfriend Both teens were victims of gunshot wounds and killed in Blackmon's Ford Escape, according to Wichita Police Sgt. Dan Hardy. Police have not recovered a weapon and have not determined a motive as they continue to investigate.


    (Black) gets life for 2014 murder of man with 'negro name' Artravis Little
black suspect One of four suspects in the 2014 murder of Thomasville man Artravis Little has been found guilty and sentenced to life in prison. Kasey Dashawn Garland, 25, of Ragan Avenue, High Point, was convicted by a jury of felony first degree murder, felony attempted robbery with a deadly weapon, felony conspiracy to commit robbery with a deadly weapon and felony possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Garland was given a life sentence for the crimes after a trial that concluded Monday in Davidson County Superior Court. Lawyers for Garland said they will appeal. Xavius Tyrik Mebane, 23, of Ragan Avenue, High Point; Trelius Mentoria Johnson, 24, of South Benbow Road, Greensboro; and Rashan Anthony Mebane, 32, of Anderson Place, High Point have also been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Little.

They are scheduled for a hearing in Davidson County Superior Court on March 13.

    California man (with a similar Negro name) charged in fatal Brooklyn shooting
black suspect A Los Angeles man has been nabbed for fatally shooting someone in East New York last year, police said. The suspect, Dashawn Garland, 28, of Inglewood, is charged with murder and criminal possession of a weapon, cops said. Police responding to a 911 call April 19 found New Jersey resident Michael Ingram, 33, shot in the chest outside a BP gas station at Linden Blvd. and Pennsylvania Ave. about 8:55 a.m., authorities said.

The NYPD’s Violent Felony Squad apprehended Garland with the assistance of the LA County Sheriff’s office Major Crimes Fugitive Task Force, police said. Garland was indicted last month and arrested in Inglewood Jan. 29, police said.

The suspect was brought to the 75th Precinct Friday, said an NYPD spokesman said, who had no immediate information on the motive for the slaying. A witness ID’d Garland out of a lineup back in June, and investigators during the probe learned the murder suspect had split to SoCal, police said.

    Audrain County Sheriff’s Department Looking For (Black) Man Wanted On Several Felony Warrants Including Child Abuse
black suspect The Audrain County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on the whereabouts of man wanted on several Felony Warrants including Child Abuse, Endangering the Welfare of a Child and Domestic Assault.

According to the Audrain County Sheriff’s Department 30 year old Darnell Larry Davis had a last known address of 321 West Maple Street in Mexico, Missouri.
Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact the Audrain County Sheriff’s Office or CRIMESTOPPERS.

    Police Identify 2 of 3 (Black female) Teens Wanted For Carjacking, Assaulting Victim In Philadelphia
SUSPECT-NAME SUSPECT-NAME 78-year-old Angelina Bellissima PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police have identified two women wanted for pepper-spraying and carjacking a victim in South Philly last week. Police are searching for 18-year-old Briana Cruz-Gordon and 17-year-old Taniyah Watson.

They are accused of stalking and spraying their victim with pepper spray. It happened on the 2600 block of South Bancroft Street last Wednesday. Surveillance video shows the women following the victim. After using the pepper spray, police say the suspects took the victim’s car keys and sped away in the vehicle.

Anyone with information on the suspects’ whereabouts is urged to contact South Detectives at 215-686-3013 or call 911.

    (Black) Man charged with attempted murder after shooting at vehicle in Royal Arms Motel parking lot
black suspect ESCAMBIA COUNTY, Fla. (WKRG) — A man has been charged with attempted murder after surveillance video captured him shooting into a vehicle in the parking lot of Royal Arms Motel on Mobile Highway Feb. 3.

Deputies say Brandon Deon Jackson, 34, opened fire on the vehicle the victim was driving. Video surveillance of the incident was obtained, and Jackson was located on the motel property. Jackson was arrested on the following charges: Attempted Homicide, Use/Display of a Firearm During a Felony, Deadly Missiles, Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon and Discharging a Firearm in Public.

    (Black) Sumter man charged in connection with officer-involved shooting
black suspect SUMTER COUNTY, S.C. (WIS) - Agents with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division have arrested a man in connection with an officer-involved shooting that occurred over the weekend. Pharis Leon Blair, 37, has been charged with 2nd-degree assault and battery.

On January 30, a deputy with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call about a hostile suspect Officials say Blair attacked the deputy and repeatedly struck him on the head and in the face.

Blair was shot by the deputy during the altercation. He was transported from the scene to an area hospital with non life-threatening injuries and later released. The deputy, later identified as Sr. Cpl. Nelson Rosario, was treated at an area hospital and released. He has been put on administrative duty while SLED conducts its investigation.

Blair is being held at the Sumter County Detention Center. The case will be prosecuted by the 3rd Circuit Solicitor’s Office.

    4 (Blacks) charged in fatal shooting in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood
black suspect wounded victim Four people have been charged in the fatal shooting of a 22-year-old in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood. Pierce County prosecutors on Tuesday charged Jeremy Curts, 22; Lester Lewis, 35; Dijon Long, 19; and Armani Young, 17, with first-degree murder, first-degree assault and attempted first-degree robbery in the Jan. 18 death of Kieyree Spencer. All four pleaded not guilty at arraignment. Superior Court Judge Stanley Rumbaugh set bail at $1 million each for Curts and Long, and at $1.5 million for Lewis. Judge Edmund Murphy set bail at $1 million for Young. The shooting took place in the 1800 block of South 15th Street.

Police say the four planned to rob Spencer and his friend of 35 grams of marijuana after arranging to buy some. A 20-year-old man in the car with Spencer was shot and seriously injured.

    Police arrest (Black) suspect in fatal shooting at business on Platt Springs Road
black suspect LEXINGTON, S.C. (WIS) - Deputies with Lexington County Sheriff’s Department have arrested a suspect in a fatal shooting that occurred at a business on Platt Springs Road on the morning of January 31. Officials say that Regin Nicreis Oakman, 26, is charged with murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

Lexington County Coroner identified the victim in this crime as 39-year-old Michael Lewis Keaton of Gaston. During the course of the investigation, the department was able to determine that the shooting stemmed from an argument between the two men who worked together at the business.

That’s when witnesses say Oakman pulled out a gun and shot Keaton. Deputies previously said the two men were arguing and fighting when a third person fired a shot that struck one of the men.

    (Black) 20-year-old Texarkana man added to Texas Top 10 Most Wanted list
black suspect TEXARKANA, Texas – The Texas Department of Public Safety is searching for a man who they say is wanted for multiple crimes, including murder.

Marques Jujuan Thompson, 20, is charged with murder, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a firearm, battery, stalking and intimidation and a probation violation and has been added to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list. Thompson violated his probation and fled his last known address in Texarkana in August 2020, authorities said. Since then, police said he has been involved in multiple shootings, including one that ended in a person’s death on Jan 12.

According to his wanted bulletin, Thomson has an extensive criminal history, including aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, theft of a firearm, terroristic threat, stalking, domestic battery and harassment. Thompson is described as a Black man with brown eyes and black hair. He is approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs about 150 pounds. Authorities described Thompson as a violent criminal who also has ties to the Dallas Metroplex area. Police said he is to be considered armed and dangerous.

Texas Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $5,000 to anyone who provides information that leads to Thompson’s arrest.

    2 hurt in Newnan shooting; BLACK Suspect charged with aggravated assault
SUSPECT-NAME wounded victim NEWNAN, Ga. — Police say a person is in custody after a shooting in Newnan on Thursday. Fire officials who responded to the shooting along with police said the shooting happened in the area of Neal Street. Police said on Thursday that two people were involved, one of whom was shot and taken to an area hospital. The other person was in Newnan Police Department custody. However, on Friday in an update, police said two victims - a man and a woman - were hurt inside of a home.

"Emergency medical aid was rendered to both victims on the scene before the female victim was transported via air ambulance to an Atlanta area hospital for treatment," police said in a news release. "Both victims are expected to survive." The suspect, 20-year-old Reno Deonta Florence was taken into custody near the scene. Florence is charged with two counts of aggravated assault, according to police.

    BLACK Nassau Bay man convicted, sentenced to 13 years for kicking officer in face, chest
SUSPECT-NAME HARRIS COUNTY, Texas – A Nassau Bay man was convicted of kicking a law enforcement officer in the face and chest and sentenced to 13 years in prison, the Harris County District Attorney’s Office announced Friday. A jury convicted Anthony Earl Foreman, 30, on Wednesday of assaulting a peace officer, a second-degree felony. State District Judge Hazel Jones sentenced Foreman following a three-day trial this week, the district attorney’s office said.

Because he had been sentenced to prison before for a similar offense, Foreman faced a possible sentence of five years to life in prison. “Our commitment to public safety includes seeking justice for public servants, like in this case, who are injured in the line of duty while doing their job professionally,” District Attorney Kim Ogg said. “We’re not going to tolerate anyone who repeatedly assaults other people, especially when they have a history of assaulting peace officers doing their jobs.”

While Foreman was being arrested in April 2019 on suspicion of parole violation, he became violent, the district attorney’s office said. Deputies with the Pct. 8 Constable’s office were called to assist, and Foreman was placed in the back of a police car. Alone in the back seat, he broke the back window of the unit, either by kicking it or head-butting it. After he was moved to a different police vehicle, a sergeant with Pct. 8 tired to put restraints on his legs. Foreman kicked the officer in the chest and the face, the district attorney’s office said.

    (Black) Orangeburg man facing drug, weapon charges
black suspect ORANGEBURG COUNTY, S.C. (The T&D) - A 40-year-old Orangeburg man is facing drug and weapon charges following a recent traffic stop. “This was one traffic stop, one arrest and yet it yielded three more firearms in the hands of someone who can’t possess a firearm,” Orangeburg County Sheriff Leroy Ravenell said in a release.

“These are firearms that are now off the street and shouldn’t have been in this individual’s hands anyway,” he said. Edward Haynes was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession of molly/ecstasy, possession of a stolen pistol, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and unlawful carrying of a pistol.

As a response to community complaints about shots being fired in the area, Orangeburg County Sheriff’s investigators were patrolling Stilton Road Thursday when they spotted a vehicle in a vacant lot. Investigators searched the occupant and vehicle after smelling marijuana coming from the inside.

The sheriff’s office reports marijuana, molly, two rifles and a pistol were seized. One of the weapons was reported stolen in Beaufort County.

black suspect black suspect black suspect OAKLAND, CA - (Across the Bay Bridge from Faggot Frisco) Police "Confident" In Person Of Interest's Connection With Last Sunday's Chinatown Assaults
Oakland police investigators said Saturday evening that they have identified a person of interest in three brutal assaults that occurred in the city's Chinatown last Sunday.

A 91-year-old man was walking along Harrison Street when the suspect came up from behind and pushed the man to the ground, according to police.

The suspect also pushed a 60-year-old man and a 55-year-old woman to the ground from behind. The woman lost consciousness, police said. All three people were taken to a hospital for medical care, according to police.

Afterward, the suspect was seen running west on Ninth Street from Harrison Street. Police described the suspect as Black, 20 to 30 years old, 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 10 inches tall, and weighing 140 pounds. He was wearing a light blue COVID-19 face mask, black hooded sweatshirt colored blue on the bottom half, tan pants and gray tennis shoes with light green soles.

  San Bernardino police chief critical of usurper Biden's COVID-related ‘catch and release’ policies
With violent crime up, San Bernardino Chief of Police Eric McBride is critical of recent changes in the criminal justice system that he believes perpetuate a cycle of “catch and release.” In a three-minute video on the department’s Facebook page, McBride expressed his concerns that the system is failing citizens by not ensuring criminals are being adequately prosecuted. In particular, he was critical of recent “decriminalization campaigns” and “early release policies.”

McBride did not call out any specific entity, but said the entire system has to be held accountable. “When any one of (the branches of criminal justice) fails to do their part, the system fails and that failure manifests as an increased victimization of our citizens,” McBride said. “Unfortunately, the system is failing on multiple fronts.”

    HISPANIC Minneapolis man charged with murder of man found in Inver Grove Heights snowbank
A HISPANIC "Minneapolis" man was charged Thursday with murder in the death of a man found in a snowbank in Inver Grove Heights earlier this week. According to the Dakota County Attorney's Office, 42-year-old Gabriel Alfonso Sanchez Cruz is charged with one count of second-degree murder in the death of 38-year-old Bryant Jon Lutgens, of Burnsville.

A criminal complaint states Inver Grove Heights police officers were called to report of a dead man in a snowbank on the*1300 block of 60th Street West*at about 8 a.m. on Monday. There, officers found Lutgens, who appeared to have died from a gunshot wound to the head. Police said Lutgens didn't have any identification, a cellphone or a vehicle nearby.

An investigation indicated Lutgens had gone to see a female friend in Bloomington around 10 p.m. the night before, and left after a short time to pick up some money. The friend never saw him again that night and didn't receive a response the next day when she called to wish him a happy birthday, the complaint states.

On Wednesday, officers made contact with the rental company, which the Jeep Lutgens was driving belonged to, and the tracking system was used to locate the vehicle in Minneapolis. After attempting to stop the vehicle, a short pursuit ensued, during which time a gun was thrown from the vehicle. However, it was later recovered by officers, police said. Eventually, the vehicle crashed and three people tried to run away, including the driver, who was identified as Cruz. The complaint also states that the recovered gun was a 9mm semi-automatic, and was determined to be the same caliber as the one used to kill Lutgens.

A witness came forward on Wednesday and told police Lutgens had dropped her off at Cruz's apartment in Richfield the night before he died at around 9 p.m. The witness told police that Cruz wasn't home at the time but she had permission to enter his apartment, and Cruz asked her if Lutgens had any methamphetamine, to which she replied she thought so. Cruz then spoke to Lutgens over the phone. The last time she saw Lutgens was around 10 p.m., the witness said.

The witness also noted that Cruz came back to the apartment at around 11:45 p.m. that night with another person. She told police Cruz was acting "off" and was talking fast. The complaint states Cruz told the witness that he'd met up with Lutgens, pulled out a gun to rob him and, when he struggled and fell into the snowbank, Cruz walked up to him, shot him and took his belongings.

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  MUSLIM Sister-in-law of San Bernardino terrorist gets 3 years probation in immigration fraud case
Corona resident Tatiana Farook, the sister-in-law of the male 2015 San Bernardino terrorist attacker, was sentenced to three years probation Friday, Feb. 5, for her role in an immigration and marriage fraud scheme discovered during the probe into the shooting that killed 14 people and wounded 22 others. She had pleaded guilty in 2017 to one felony count of conspiracy to commit immigration fraud in U.S. District Court in Riverside.

Prosecutors had sought three years probation, three months home confinement and 112 hours of community service before she was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Jesus G. Bernal. Farook’s husband, Syed Raheel Farook, was previously sentenced to three years probation for participating in the same scheme that attempted to help Tatiana’s Russian-born sister gain permanent U.S. residency.

“She made a terrible mistake and broke the law out of love for her sister,” her attorney, Dyke E. Huish told Bernal, arguing for probation only. Raheel Farook’s brother, Syed Rizwan Farook, and Rizwan’s wife Tashfeen Malik, laid siege to a San Bernardino County Division of Environmental Health holiday party and training session at the Inland Regional Center on Dec. 2, 2015. Rizwan Farook was a restaurant and pool inspector for the county.

  MUSLIM Iran welcomes Biden move on Yemen
Iran on Saturday praised the Biden administration’s decision to halt support for offensive operations in Yemen while pressuring it to return to the Obama-era nuclear deal. The country’s foreign ministry hailed President Biden’s decision Saturday on Yemen, which would reverse a policy of backing offensive efforts by the Saudi-led coalition that has fueled a humanitarian crisis. Saudi Arabia and its Gulf Arab allies are fighting a brutal war against Yemen’s Houthi rebels, which have ties to Iran.

“Stopping support ... for the Saudi coalition, if not a political maneuver, could be a step towards correcting past mistakes,” Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said, according to state media. The praise comes two days after Biden announced the reversal, which followed mounting bipartisan concerns over the civilian fallout from the Saudi coalition’s offensive. The president also appointed veteran diplomat Timothy Lenderking as his special envoy to Yemen.

“This war has to end,” Biden said during an address at the State Department. “And to underscore our commitment, we are ending all American support for offensive operations in the war in Yemen, including relevant arm sales." Besides halting support for offensive operations, the State Department Friday also said it is revoking an 11th hour decision by the Trump administration to label the Houthis a terrorist group, a label critics had warned could hinder the deliverance of humanitarian aid to areas under the rebels’ control.

While Iran praised the Yemen moves, it also urged Biden to take concrete steps toward rejoining the Iran nuclear deal. The pact was finalized under former President Obama in 2015, but former President Trump announced in 2018 he was withdrawing the U.S. from the deal.

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At Least Ten Jewish Community Centers Across US Targeted in Telephone Bomb Threats
Michael Kadar was arrested in Israel and is charged in federal court in Florida with making threats and with attempting to blackmail Delaware state senator Ernesto Lopez.

The news forgot about the $$$. Who got Kadar's million dollars of Bitcoin? Worth up to $1.8 Million in January 2021.

2017 Jewish Community Center bomb threats
The 4 Jewish "Conspiracy" Theories

Media speculation made by the ADL in January 2017 promoted the view that the threats were the responsibility of "right wing Christians in the United States".
The same month, Jerry Silverman of the Jewish Federations of North America said the threats were part of a "coordinated effort" to intimidate American Jews.
In February, during an interview on CNN, U.S. Congressman Jerrold Nadler said that some supporters of Donald Trump were responsible for the threats.
In an op-ed for The Baltimore Sun, deputy editor Tricia Bishop said the threats represent a growing attitude of racial intolerance in the United States, but probably no specific group or person was responsible for the threats. She implored readers to "stand up ... before it's your children they come for".

Described as highly intelligent, his crimes earned him $240,000 in Bitcoin, worth over $1 million at the time of the 2018 sentence.
Kadar refused to hand over the password to his Bitcoin digital wallet.

    95-year-old female (Alleged) Nazi death camp secretary charged with 10K counts of accessory to murder

    St. John’s professor files suit claiming phony racism charges ruined his career

    NYPD punishes cop for wearing ‘politically-oriented patch’ on duty

    Supreme Court says California cannot ban indoor church services
but it can keep for now a ban on singing and chanting indoors.

    Students at Utah school allowed to opt out of Black History Month PROPAGANDA

  The Internet Privacy Guy: A secret privacy war happening right now!, and Q&A
There's a secret WAR going on right now between privacy oriented people
and Internet Service Providers! Learn about what this is! Early stage details.

[It appears that "THE POWERS THAT BE" are attacking Virtual Private Networks in the U.S.A
so that no one in America can use them to avoid Internet tracking by 3 letter agencies.
This is what the CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY does in China and other dictatorships such as
Saudi Arabia and Iran use to limit and track people on the Internet. ]

Ref: "The Great FireWall of China"

  Tierny REAL News Network Updates

  • Tidbits - extracted from daily briefing....

    Lou Dobbs was fired by Fox Business even though he has the highest rated show on the air. Why? Well, Dominion & Smartmatic sued Fox and several anchors & I think Dobbs intended to air clips from Mike Lindell's new documentary last night proving how the machines helped steal the election. So they fired him before he could. Here's how Trump & Lou responded to the news:

  WOW : Deep state boasts of “conspiracy” against Trump in 2020 election
Now that they think their anointed is safely enthroned at the White House, the Deep State, through its propaganda mouthpiece Time magazine, is gloating over a “conspiracy” of Big Business, Big Tech, Big Government, Big Labor, and other powerful forces to oust President Trump from office. The behind-the-scenes operation has eerie parallels with “Color Revolutions” staged in foreign lands by the very same operatives who took down Trump.

In a piece by the far-left Time magazine headlined “The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election,” propagandist Molly Ball gloats about it all. “There was a conspiracy unfolding behind the scenes, one that both curtailed the protests and coordinated the resistance from CEOs,” she wrote, saying Trump was “right” about the orchestrated plot to oust him. “Both surprises were the result of an informal alliance between left-wing activists and business titans.”

The conspiracy involved “a well-funded cabal of powerful people, ranging across industries and ideologies, working together behind the scenes to influence perceptions, change rules and laws, steer media coverage and control the flow of information,” Ball explained, bragging of her role as their mouthpiece to tell their version of the story without pesky fairness or even any opportunity to comment for victims of the effort.

  Antifa members threaten to 'burn' down DC during Black Lives Matter march
A "DC Queer and Trans Black History Month March and Rally" was organized

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    3 (Black) men charged after teen shot to death in Jennings alley
black suspect JENNINGS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- Three men have have been charged after a 17-year-old was found shot to death in a Jennings alley in 2019. St. Louis County police said they were called to a scene on Strathmore Place near West Florissant in Jennings shortly after 1:00 p.m. on Oct. 23, 2019, where they found the teen boy shot to death. The next day police identified the teen as Caleb Smith. The first suspect, Deryon Thomas, 19, was charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action for the crime. His cash-only bond was set at $1 million.

Two other suspects, Jalen Simms, 26, and Christopher Williams, 28, were charged in the shooting on Jan. 25, 2021. According to court documents, Thomas, Simms and Wiliams all chased Smith when he ran into an alley. Thomas and Williams got out of a car and allegedly fired multiple shots towards Smith while he continued to run away.

    (Black) St. Louis man shot landlord who was collecting rent, then dumped his body in East St. Louis, charges say
black suspect EAST ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – A St. Louis man is facing charges after a body was found near the Poplar Street Bridge earlier this month, police say. On Jan. 13, police in East St. Louis found the body of Charles Braxton, of Florissant, at 6th Street and Trendley Avenue. According to police, the 57-year-old was killed in the 2900 block of Michigan 10 days before his body was found.

Neighbors of Braxton in Florissant had reported him missing on Jan. 3, police said. When St. Louis detectives were notified the homicide took place in their jurisdiction, they took over the investigation. According to the probable cause statement, Lamont E. Johnson, 51, fatally shot Braxton, when Braxton showed up at Johnson's home to collect rent.

Johnson was paying rent to Braxton for the home on Michigan Avenue, which belonged to a recently dead relative. The two argued over rent and then the dispute became physical and Johnson shot Braxton, authorities said. Johnson admitted that he wrapped the Braxton's body in a rug, drove the body to East St. Louis and hid it under the bridge.

    (Black) Man charged in Alton double homicide; police say he killed his adoptive father
black suspect ALTON, Ill. (KMOV.com) – The Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis arrested a man after two bodies were found inside a burned Alton home earlier this week. The investigation began after firefighters were called to a home in the 2300 block of Wedgewood around 6 a.m. Monday. Officials said two bodies were later found inside the residence.

Officers determined the men were murdered, though they did not specify what their investigation revealed. Tuesday, the victims were identified as Robert Andrews, 59, and Leonard "James" Ebrey, 67. Friday, the Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis said they arrested and charged 22-year-old Bryce V. Andrews, whom they had previously identified as a person of interest in the case. Police said Andrews' is the adopted son of Robert Andrews from a previous relationship.

Andrews is charged with two counts of first degree murder. Police said he stabbed both victims, causing their death, and then started the house fire. "This was not a random act of violation - this was an internal act of tragedy," State's Attorney Tom Haine said.

Andrews was located at a local hospital, police said, where he was taken into custody Friday morning. No motive for the slayings was provided.

    (Black) Suspect in killing of woman, daughters fled on a bus
black suspect ST. LOUIS (AP) — A man charged with killing a St. Louis woman and her two young daughters took a bus to escape the scene and was captured about 100 miles away in Illinois, authorities said. Ronald Marr, 34, was arrested Thursday, hours after the killings. He is charged with three counts each of first-degree murder and armed criminal action. He was jailed without bond in Effingham, Illinois, awaiting extradition to St. Louis.

Police have not released the names of the victims, a 30-year-old woman, a 7-year-old girl and an infant.
Relatives told local media that Marr was the former boyfriend of the woman who was killed.

    18-year-old (Black) killed in shootout with Mobile police, mom wounded by suspect
black suspect Mobile Police have issued the following statement on the deadly officer-involved shooting on Lakeview Drive Thursday: The Mobile Police Department is investigating an officer-involved shooting at a residence located at 7200 Lakeview Drive East. The incident happened Thursday, February 4, 2021, shortly before 6 a.m. when SWAT officers arrived to serve two arrest warrants and execute a search warrant on the residence. The first suspect, 22-year-old Tyhre Webster, was out on bond for shooting into an occupied/unoccupied vehicle. The second suspect, 18-year-old Treyh Webster, was out on bond for robbery first degree. Both had active warrants for intimidating a witness and reckless endangerment, stemming from an incident in which the victim of a robbery was threatened and shot at.

Upon arrival, the SWAT officers announced themselves and made entry into the residence. Officers were immediately engaged with gunfire that was coming from a back bedroom. The officers then heard a female stating she had been shot. During the gunfire, a SWAT officer returned gunfire striking 18-year-old Treyh Webster. He was pronounced deceased on scene.

The woman, identified as the mother of the suspects, was quickly removed from the residence and provided first aid until medical arrived on the scene. At this time, the mother is listed in stable condition. A 17-year-old juvenile was also arrested and charged with certain persons forbidden to possess a firearm. The juvenile was transported to Strickland Youth Center.

Officers recovered a total of five firearms during the search warrant.

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    (Black) Arrested for the shooting death of South Carolina rapper
black suspect YORK, S.C. — Deputies in York County have arrested a man in connection with the deadly shooting of a South Carolina rapper last month. According to the York County Sheriff's Office, 18-year-old Paul Harts was rushed to Piedmont Medical Center in Rock Hill after being shot on the night of Jan. 23. Harts, a rapper who performed under the stage name 18Veno, was pronounced dead at the hospital.

On Friday, York County investigators announced two arrests in connection with Harts' death. Khalil Lahenra Robinson, 20, of Winnsboro, South Carolina, was arrested on Feb. 4. Robinson was taken into custody and charged with voluntary manslaughter. He was denied bond. Deputies also announced the arrest of 22-year-old Christopher Lamont McCollough on drug-related charges linked to the case. More charges are pending in the investigation.

    (Black) 18-year-old arrested in October shooting death of another teen on northeast side
black suspect An 18-year-old has been arrested after police say he shot and killed another teen following an argument on the northeast side of Indianapolis in October. Domonique Freeman was arrested Thursday and is facing preliminary murder charges almost four months after police found 18-year-old Randall Jenkins shot to death in the 2700 block of Hyche Avenue on Oct. 16.

According to police records, witnesses said the shooting occurred after an argument between the two teens. One witness told police Jenkins challenged Freeman to a fight without guns moments before he was shot. Investigators at the scene recovered 10 spent .40 caliber cartridges, and an autopsy revealed Jenkins suffered gunshot wounds to the neck, abdomen and extremities, documents show.

    (Black SOMALI) Seattle man charged with murder, accused of setting house fire that led to teen son’s death
black suspect King County prosecutors Friday charged a 38-year-old Seattle man with first-degree murder domestic violence, accusing him of deliberately setting a house fire that claimed the life of his 14-year-old son.

Mohamed Abdi was arrested Tuesday in Shoreline and remains jailed in lieu of $2 million bail, jail and court records show. The King County Medical Examiner’s Office identified Jabriel Isaq as the boy who died.

“The defendant set fire to his own residence in the middle of the night when multiple members of his family were asleep in their beds,” including his son, who died from inhalation injuries, Senior Deputy Prosecutor Terence Carlstrom wrote in charging papers. “He walked away from the engulfed residence while his family scrambled to escape and kept walking even as fire and police vehicles drove past him en route to his residence.”

Abdi is to be arraigned Feb. 17. Court records do not yet indicate which attorney is representing him.

SOMALI Father arrested for murder, arson in South Seattle house fire that killed teenage son

Abdi Surname - Most prevalent in Somalia - Highest density in Somalia

    (Black) Man charged with murder in 2020 Pecan Road homicide
black suspect TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) - The Leon County Sheriff’s Office says it arrested a man on murder charges in connection to a Jan. 2020 homicide in the 2700 block of Pecan Road.
👈Cleveland McNair, 36, was charged with first-degree murder on Tuesday.

On Dec. 8, 2020, 51-year-old Sherill Conner was arrested on accessory to murder charges, and her testimony helped lead to McNair’s arrest, according to the probable cause affidavit.

The affidavit says Conner was angry law enforcement officers couldn’t remove the victim, John Dees, from her home the night of the murder. Conner called McNair for help, since she knew he was intimidating and has a “violent persona.” Investigators determined McNair had an unknown suspect drive him to Conner’s residence and somehow convinced the victim to leave with him, the affidavit says.

“Surveillance cameras capture this as Dees appears to be leaving voluntarily and presumably with the expectation of returning due to none of his personal property being carried with him,” the affidavit says. Phone records indicate the last call Dees made happened about two minutes after leaving the residence with McNair. About 48 minutes later, McNair and the unknown suspect came back to Conner’s residence without Dees.

“[Dees’] device somehow made it back to Conner’s residence where she later disposed of it,” the affidavit says. Conner looked in the back of the car and saw Dees wasn’t there, then she, McNair and the other suspect went inside to gather Dees’ property and dispose of it, according to the affidavit.

“McNair provided several accounts of what occurred and when confronted with certain evidence, would change his account or attempt to justify his reason for making the false statement,” the affidavit says. “Investigators were able to prove several statements made by Mcnair as false.”

    Tallahassee police arrest(Black) suspect in fatal New Year’s Day stabbing
black suspect TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) - The Tallahassee Police Department says it has made an arrest in a fatal New Year’s Day stabbing on Lake Avenue. According to TPD, officers were called to the 1500 block of Lake Avenue around 2:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 1, 2021. When they arrived at the scene, officers found a man, 60-year-old Lawrence Williams, who died from stab wounds.

TPD says after a “swift and thorough investigation” by its Violent Crimes Unit, a person of interest was identified and arrested for murder. The department says the suspect knew the victim personally. Court documents indicate Michael Lagrane, 48, was the suspect charged in the murder.

    Bond set at $750K for BLACK man accused of shooting his child's baby-momma 4 times in Portland neighborhood
SUSPECT-NAME wounded victim LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A domestic violence issue almost turned deadly last month. Now a man is behind bars for trying to kill the mother of his child in Louisville's Portland neighborhood. The Louisville Metro Police Department says the shooting happened on Northwestern Parkway on Dec. 28.

According to court documents, the shooter was 19-year-old Deshawn Bolds, who allegedly sent the victim several texts threatening to shoot and kill her earlier that day. Court records say he and the victim -- the mother of Bolds' child -- were arguing throughout the day over the phone. At one point, Bolds threatened to hurt the woman.

She was at a friend's house in Portland when she told police Bolds became friendlier and wanted to talk to her. That's when he showed up at the house. Police say as the victim walked outside, Bolds got out of a car with a gun and started shooting before taking off. She was shot four times in and around her chest, but survived.

    (Black) Man accused of following woman in Forest Park before sexually abusing, strangling and robbing her
black suspect ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) - A 27-year-old Chicago man is accused of following a woman while she was in Forest Park, before he strangled, sexually abused and robbed her. Island Bonner is charged with assault, sexual abuse and property damage. Bonner walked past a 25-year-old woman while she was on a running trail between Grand Drive and Union Drive Saturday afternoon. Police say Bonner then started to follow the victim, who, fearing for her safety, ran, but Bonner chased after her.

The woman then hid in nearby bush, and thinking Bonner was gone, climbed out. Police say Bonner then punched the woman in the face, causing her to fall to the ground. Bonner is accused of then getting on top of the woman, inappropriately touching her and strangling her. Bonner then allegedly took the woman's iPhone, but dropped it and ran. He was later arrested.

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    (Black) Pensacola man charged with 17 counts of child porn possession
black suspect A 23-year-old Pensacola man was arrested after he was allegedly found in possession of child pornography depicting children between the ages of 2 and 12.

John Henry Wright was arrested Wednesday and charged with in-state transmission of child pornography, using a two-way communication device to facilitate a felony and 17 counts of child pornography possession.

He was booked into the Escambia County Jail with a $265,000 bond, and county records indicated that he remained in custody as of Friday.

    (Black) Niagara Falls man arrested after DNA links him to stolen vehicle
black suspect LOCKPORT, N.Y. (WIVB)– Tywaun Barnes, 39, of Niagara Falls was arrested February 3 on the charge of criminal possession of a stolen vehicle in the 4th degree, according to the Niagara County Sheriff. The sheriff’s office tells us Barnes was arrested after DNA linked him to a stolen vehicle in the Town of Niagara on August 26, 2020. Barnes’ DNA was found on a blue baseball cap and cigarette butt discovered in the vehicle.

Officials say Barnes is held in Niagara County Jail on unrelated charges. He’s due in court on an appearance ticket at 6:00 p.m. on February 25, 2021.

    4 (Blacks) from Louisville arrested after police pursuit on I-65 in southern Indiana
black suspect LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Four men from Louisville are facing charges after a police chase on Interstate 65 in southern Indiana early Thursday morning. In a release, Indiana State Police say about 1 a.m. a trooper clocked a 2015 Kia passenger vehicle going more than 100 miles per hour on I-65 northbound. Three troopers were at the scene, when the car was pulled over near the 67 mile marker in Bartholomew County.

ISP says after the trooper discovered what police say was criminal activity, the driver, Derek J. Fajardo, 27, put the vehicle in drive and sped north on I-65 hitting one of the troopers in the process causing minor injuries. Police say shots were fired from the suspect's vehicle and three firearms were thrown from the car during the pursuit of the vehicle on I-65. When the driver got to State Road 46 in Columbus, Fajardo did a u-turn and headed south in I-65.

The chase continued into Jackson County where Jackson County deputies and Seymour Police officers helped deploy a tire deflation device. The vehicle came to a stop just south of Seymour. Indiana State Police say one of the guns thrown from the vehicle along with the vehicle were found to have been reported stolen out of Louisville. Marijuana was also found in the vehicle.

Fajardo was arrested on charges of Possession of Stolen Vehicle, Resisting Law Enforcement, Battery, Reckless Driving, Possession of Stolen Firearm, Criminal Recklessness with a Firearm, Obstruction of Justice, and Possession of Marijuana. Three passengers in the car were also arrested. Jordan Griffith, 25, was faces charges of Possession of Stolen Firearm, Criminal Recklessness with a Firearm, Obstruction of Justice, Possession of Firearm by Serious Violent Felon, and Possession of Marijuana. Griffith was also wanted on a warrant out of Louisville.

Breyon Bell, 28, was arrested on charges of Possession of Stolen Firearm, Criminal Recklessness with a Firearm, Obstruction of Justice, Possession of Firearm by Serious Violent Felon, and Possession of Marijuana. Gualber Castro, 20, faces charges of Possession of Stolen Firearm, Criminal Recklessness with a Firearm, Obstruction of Justice, and Possession of Marijuana.

    (Black) Ocala man reacts badly after girlfriend plays joke on him
black suspect An Ocala man was arrested Tuesday night after he reportedly shoved two women, said he was going to kill himself, and drove his girlfriend’s SUV into an unoccupied residence down the street after she played a joke on him. Dietrich Shyrone Bess, 34, of NW 4th Street, then reportedly jumped out of the vehicle and fled on foot, and he had to be tracked down by the Marion County Sheriff’s Office Air One helicopter. Once located by multiple deputies and ordered to the ground, he told them, “You’re going to have to kill me first,” and started walking away. He finally stopped after multiple commands and was placed under arrest, according to the sheriff’s office report.

Bess was charged with battery (second or subsequent offense), aggravated battery on a person 65 years of age or older and resisting an officer without violence. Bess has multiple prior arrests in Marion County for battery and drug-related offenses, according to jail records.

The first victim, who is 74 years old, told the investigating deputy she is allowing Bess and his girlfriend to live with her. She said the incident started when Bess’ girlfriend told him a joke that an unknown fictional man woke him up out of his sleep. The victim said Bess believed the joke and became irate and wouldn’t listen to his girlfriend or either of the victims when they said it was only a joke. She said Bess started yelling and screaming at everyone and pushed her backwards twice while demanding her car keys. The victim said she did not have the keys when Bess pushed her the second time. She said she didn’t have any known injuries and did not hit the ground, the report said.

The second victim said she was trying to calm Bess down when he pushed her out of the way. She said Bess pushed her once while trying to get the keys, according to the report.

    (Black) Escambia County man accused of leaving child in the middle of the street
black suspect ESCAMBIA COUNTY, Fla. (WEAR) — An Escambia County man is charged for leaving a child in the middle of the street. Deputies responded to a child abuse call on Wednesday. According to an arrest report, a witness told deputies they saw 55-year-old Henry Goodson III outside of his home drinking alcoholic beverages. The witness then observed Goodson walk down the street, abandoning a child in the middle of the road, the report states.

The report says the witness took the child and contacted neighbors to find Goodson, but no one was able to find him. The deputy saw Goodson walking from a convenience store back to his home about 44 minutes after the child was abandoned, the report states.

The deputy said Goodson smelled like alcohol and his speech was slurred, the report adds. According to the report, deputies contact DCF due to temperatures being in the 40s, the child not having proper clothing to stay warm and being left in the middle of the street in a high traffic area.

Goodson was arrested and taken to the Escambia County Jail. He is charged with one count of child neglect.

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    (Black faggot) Former Atlantic County Child Protective Services Worker Admits To Producing Child Porn Images Of Boy In His Care
black suspect CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — A former Atlantic County teacher and child protective services worker admitted Thursday to producing child pornography images of a young boy who was in his care, according to federal prosecutors. Kayan Frazier, 28, of Somers Point, pleaded guilty to sexual exploitation of a child. He now faces 15 to 30 years in prison when he’s sentenced June 8.

Frazier was a substitute teacher for the Atlantic City School District between 2015 and 2017 before taking a job with the state Department of Child Protection and Permanency. The exploitation of the child occurred between March 2017 and April 2019, prosecutors said.

Authorities executed a search warrant at Frazier’s home in April 2019 after law enforcement officials learned that child porn images were being shared online by Frazier, prosecutors said. He was at the home that day with the boy, and authorities have not said how long Frazier had been caring for the child.

Authorities recovered thousands of images of child sexual abuse on Frazier’s cellphone and other electronic media, including images of the boy that had been taken in Frazier’s apartment.

    (Black female) Negress Substitute teacher charged with having sexual relationship with 15-year-old student
A substitute teacher at the Willingboro Public School District was accused this week of having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student, officials said. Kameelah Kareem, 41, of Willingboro was charged with second degree sexual assault and second degree endangering the welfare of a child, the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office announced Friday afternoon.

An investigation was launched last month after authorities were made aware of a possible inappropriate relationship between Kareem and the male student during the 2019-20 school year, the office said.

    2 Spanic Suspects Arrested After $4 Million In Drugs found
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — Two suspects are behind bars, facing charges in a big drug bust in Bucks County. The suspects are 28-year-old Christian Ochoa of Texas and 28-year-old Edith Rodriguez Cardenas of California. The two were pulled over in Bedminster Township on Jan. 29.

Police say they found more than $1 million worth of heroin or fentanyl as well as cocaine in the jeep the two suspects were driving. Police are also saying the investigation then led them to a tractor-trailer owned by Ochoa in Lehigh County, where they say they found even more drugs.

“This is a huge drug bust. The total street value of the drugs seized in both seizures is approximately $4 million or more depending on the lab results of that cocaine, potentially fentanyl,” Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub said. Police say they also seized what appeared to be Percocet pills as well as more than $43,000 in cash and a handgun.

    Former WWE wrestler Gabbi Tuft comes out as "transgender"
He is now pretending to be a woman - now Biden can have him join his queer cabinet!

    Hunter "Bag man" Biden, family move into $5.4M Venice, Calif. home: report
Hunter Biden and his family reportedly have moved into a pricey home in Venice, Calif. Biden, 51, moved into the $5.4 million canal-front, three-story property toward the end of last year with his wife, Melissa, and their 10-month-old son Beau, the Daily Mail reports. They are under 24-hour protection by the Secret Service.

The property is being rented for an estimated $25,000 per month by Biden from Sweetgreen co-founder and CEO Jonathan Neman, according to the Daily Mail. Before the move, it's believed Biden and his family lived in a $3.8 million three-bed property in Hollywood Hills. According to the outlet, the 3,700-square foot property has two bedrooms, both master suites.

One bedroom reportedly expands into a lounge and marble bathroom while the second is loft-style and opens to a private balcony that overlooks the Venice Canal. One bedroom reportedly expands into a lounge and marble bathroom while the second is loft-style and opens to a private balcony that overlooks the Venice Canal. The living room boasts 25-foot acoustic ceilings and limestone white floors.

A small, private swimming pool is also included on the property. Along with the famous new neighbor came his security detail, which has "caused a stir on the canals," as one local told DM.

"They're driving around in these huge blacked-out GMCs, they look like they mean business," the local added. "Interestingly the homeless people who were living up along the street he now lives on are gone."

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    Preparing For The Worst: People Are Buying More Guns, At A Faster Pace Than At Any Time In History

  Russia slams Biden’s ‘very aggressive rhetoric’ after Navalny comments
dogs of war Chinese-communist puppet Biden also toady for military-industrial complex meddles in internal affairs
of Russia as part of the propaganda boogie-man theme of blaming Russia for Glass-ceiling-psycho Hillary Clinton's
defeat by Trump and phony 'RUSSIA-RUSSIA-RUSSIA' false libel to cover half-breed Obama's illegal surveillance of the Trump campaign.

  Virginia woman dies shortly after receiving coronavirus vaccine

  Florida veteran, 79, says VA 'disrespected' him by denying shot of COVID vaccine because of his income

  Tierny REAL News Network Updates

  • Tidbits - extracted from daily briefing....

  • UPDATE: Mike's documentary on election fraud has been removed on YouTube & Vimeo but you should be able to find it on OANN and on Rumble at https://rumble.com/vdlebn-mike-lindell-absolute-proof-exposing-election-fraud-and-the-theft-of-americ.html

    Mike Lindell developed a Documentary on election fraud, with the support of President Trump, that dropped TODAY. "If you knew what I know you would be so confident. Anyone who sees this documentary will see the election was stolen by foreign invaders. It'll be the most important documentary you ever watch in history."

    It's called ABSOLUTE PROOF and it has been released on his website at michaeljlindell.com. Mike's documentary has been removed on YouTube & Vimeo but you should be able to find it on OANN and on Rumble at https://rumble.com/vdlebn-mike-lindell-absolute-proof-exposing-election-fraud-and-the-theft-of-americ.html

    I'm watching it right now and it's very good. He's asking ALL of us to send it everywhere we can. If you want to jump to the REAL TIME hack by Communist China - check out the 1:30 mark.

    Remember, Dominion's & Smartmatic's lawyers are doing everything they can to suppress the evidence along with filing intimidating lawsuits against everyone who dares to tell the truth! Even Time Magazine is doing damage control for the Deep State fraudsters! 27 states have machines hooked to the internet and they manipulate our votes nationwide and around the world!

    A week ago, President Trump declared: "We're not finished yet." Since then we've learned that SCOTUS will hold a conference to consider taking THREE cases on election fraud - based on Constitutional grounds - Trump's Pennsylvania case as well as Lin Wood's Georgia case & Sidney Powell's Michigan case.

    Lindell's argument is that once SCOTUS & the American people see all the evidence in the documentary, they will have no choice but to act. Before you tell me that NOTHING can happen and it's hopeless - remember that Myanmar's military stopped a fraudulent election, called a national emergency and plans to schedule a new one - all based on their Constitution. All things are possible under God. Pray!

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    (Black) Wisconsin mall shooting suspect, 17, apprehended in Iowa, authorities say
black suspect U.S. Marshals Service personnel on Thursday arrested a teenage fugitive who was wanted on murder charges in connection with a deadly Wisconsin mall shooting days earlier, according to reports. Dezman V. Ellis, 17, was arrested in Iowa, four days after the Sunday shooting at Fox River Mall in Grand Chute, Wis., outside Green Bay. The shooting left Jovanni Frausto, 19, dead and forced mallgoers to shelter in placewhile authorities investigated. Another unidentified man was also reportedly shot in the hip.

Ellis is being charged as an adult in the case, WBAY-TV of Green Bay reported. Ellis and Frausto reportedly randomly ran into each other at the mall and "started to exchange words" over a girl and at some point Ellis allegedly showed Frausto a gun hidden near his waist.

"I will shoot this place up, I'll kill you," the suspect said, according to authorities. Frausto was reportedly unarmed.

    (Black) 29-year-old man faces murder charge after Humboldt Park shooting, police say
black suspect A 29-year-old Chicago man was arrested Saturday after police say they identified him as the person who shot a 19-year-old man in the Humboldt Park neighborhood in October. Leonard Johnson, of the 3300 block of West Beach Avenue, was arrested by homicide investigators about 7:50 a.m. in the 1400 block of North Spaulding Avenue, police said. Johnson, charged with first-degree murder, appeared in court Monday.

The shooting happened about 11:15 p.m. Oct. 12 in the 3300 block of West Beach Avenue, police said. A 19-year-old man had just gotten into a ride-sharing vehicle when, the driver later told police, “moments later he heard multiple gunshots.” The driver saw that his passenger had been shot in the head, police said, and fled after the gunshots. He stopped in the 3100 block of West North Avenue and called 911.

The 19-year-old was taken to Stroger Hospital in critical condition, police said. He was pronounced dead at 11:31 p.m., according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office. The man was later identified as Cody Lucas Rodolfo Davis, according to the medical examiner’s office. He died of multiple gunshot wounds.

    (Black) Son stomped on dad’s head before fatally stabbing him with scissors: DA
black suspect New details emerged Thursday in the grisly slaying of a Queen’s father — including that his son allegedly stomped on his head and choked him before stabbing him in the neck with a pair of scissors, officials said. Jaimie Walker, 30, pleaded not guilty Thursday at his arraignment in Queens Supreme Court to charges of second-degree murder, possession of a weapon and criminal mischief. He’s accused of the brutal murder of Loandous Walker, 72, on Jan. 14 inside the family’s Queens Village home.

“This is a horrific crime,” DA Melinda Katz said in a statement. “The defendant repeatedly plunged the shears of a pair of scissors into his own father’s neck. The elderly man bled to death on the bathroom floor.” Police were summoned to the Hempstead Avenue residence at about 6:30 a.m. where, in addition to the gruesome murder scene, they found the defendant’s 70-year-old mother, her daughter-in-law and her other son unconscious on a mattress in the living room.

Bottles containing an unknown substance were found nearby, and police suspect that the trio were poisoned. While at the 109th Police Precinct following his arrest, Walker allegedly smashed a table inside an interview room and used the detached leg to shatter a two-way glass mirror, officials said.

If convicted, Walker faces up to life in prison. [FREE ROOM, BOARD, MEDICAL, EDUCATION, MORE....]

    Police arrest black man for Thomasville murder
black suspect UPDATE (2/3/2021 9:00 a.m.) — The Thomasville Police Chief says Jeremiah Wesley Irvin has been charged with murder and possession of marijuana. Irvin is currently in the Clarke County jail waiting to see a judge. Case is still under investigation.

Thomasville police ask anyone that has any information about this case is encouraged to call Chief Stuckey at 334-456-1049. UPDATE (2/2/2021 10:50 PM) — A 59-year-old black man was shot and killed on the porch of his girlfriend’s house. A 21-year-old man related to the girlfriend’s family is currently being questioned as a person of interest. There are no other threats to the Thomasville community.

ORIGINAL STORY THOMASVILLE, Ala. (WKRG) – Thomasville Police are investigating a deadly shooting that occurred Tuesday night. A man died as a result of the shooting, but his name has not been released. The shooting occurred on Dixon Road. Police are still on scene conducting their investigation as of 9:30 p.m. Tuesday night.

One person is in custody. No other information has been confirmed at this time. We’ll provide updates on air and online as it is made available.

    ("Blonde" Black) Woman beat child with broom for cheating on school assignment
SUSPECT-NAME wounded victim PENSACOLA, Fla. (WKRG) — A woman used a broom to beat a child causing him to get 22 stitches after his virtual teacher called saying he cheated on an assignment, according to the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office. Chenna Jordan, 40, is charged with aggravated child abuse.

When deputies arrived, the child told them he was scared and didn’t want to live there anymore. The child’s virtual teacher called around 10 a.m. Monday telling Jordan the boy cheated on an assignment. The child said Jordan was upset and told him to do 50 pushups as punishment. He said while he was doing pushups, Jordan picked up a broom and hit his lower back. When he finished, he stood up and she kept hitting him causing him to put his arms up to protect himself. He said she told him to put his hands down and that’s when she hit him with the broom on the right side of his face causing him to bleed. Jordan took the boy to the hospital where she told them he fell in the shower, the report states. He received 22 stitches for a cut to the side of his head.

Deputies found a bent broom in the home with blood on it, blood on the floor and the door to the room where he does his school work. Deputies saw marks on the boy’s body, a bump on his head and a laceration. Jordan is in the Escambia County Jail on a $50,000 bond.

    (Black) Man charged with murder suspected in 2020 Pensacola shooting, gunshots leave victim disfigured
SUSPECT-NAME wounded victim PENSACOLA, Fla. (WKRG) — A man, previously charged with murder, is suspected in a shooting on Fairfield Dr. where a victim was left disfigured after suffering from three gunshot wounds in August of 2020. According to Pensacola Police, on August 30, 2020 the victim was shot on the second floor of Pensacola Village Apt. with gunshots to his arm, leg, and abdomen. He was transported to Sacred Heart Hospital in critical condition.

24-year-old Deontrace Bonner is suspected to be the shooter as shell casings found on the scene matched the gun he used in the shooting. Additionally, the victim was targeted earlier that week which police confirm to be in connection to the shooting at Pensacola Village. Although Bonner was previously charged with murder, he was never convicted. Pensacola Police say Bonner could face the following charges stemming from the Pensacola Village incident:

Attempted Murder Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon Shooting a Deadly Missile into a Private Building

    (Black) Florida special ed teacher accused of having sex with student in classroom closet
black suspect HAINES CITY, Fla. (WFLA) — A Florida high school teacher was arrested Tuesday and charged with having sex with a student on multiple occasions. Wayne McKenzie Ricks II, 29, was arrested in Osceola County on 10 counts of sexual battery on a victim between the ages of 12 and 18. He is accused of having sex with the student since the fall, including on the campus of Haines City High School, where he worked.

According to police, Ricks, a special education teacher and junior varsity basketball coach, would have the student come to his classroom while he was alone and the two would have sex in a closet. A student and friend of the victim was reportedly present in the classroom at the time and told police the two did this on 10 occasions.

Ricks and the victim allegedly spent time together off-campus as well, meeting since at least October, police said. The police department said detectives obtained video of what appeared to be Ricks and the student kissing inside the classroom. Another video reportedly showed the two together at Universal Studios in October. They were also seen at a youth basketball game in Sebring in early January.

Police said Ricks had contact with the student via text and social media, and provided more than 20 handwritten notes detailing their relationship, signed by Ricks under an alias. Additionally, more than 80 phone calls were made between the two in less than a month’s span between December and January, police said. Ricks also allegedly gave the victim gifts such as shoes, clothes and exercise equipment.

The investigation began after a family member of the victim learned of their relationship and reported it.

[NNN forum thread:]  Degenerate Spook caught scrogging student in class

    Columbia police arrest (Black) man accused of statutory rape
black suspect COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Columbia police arrested a man early Thursday morning who is accused of a 2020 statutory rape. Police department spokesman Jeff Pitts said in an email that 20-year-old John Pernell Stapleton III was arrested just after midnight in the 2000 block of Whispering Meadows Court.

Pitts included in the email a mother reported that her child ran away from a Cherokee Lane residence on Feb. 19, 2020. Investigators later learned Stapleton was suspected of sexual assault in the case, Pitts said. Court records say Stapleton was charged with a count of statutory rape or attempted statutory rape of a person younger than 14 on Sept. 3, 2020. A warrant for his arrest was filed on the same day.

    Deputies charge (Black) suspect with rape and sexual battery connected to New Year's Eve party
black suspect Old Fort, NC (FOX Carolina) - Deputies in McDowell County have arrested a man on charges of rape and sexual battery. According to the McDowell County Sheriff's Office, 26-year-old Chaven Andres Lytle was at a New Year's Eve party when he allegedly had inappropriate sexual conduct with two different females.

The sheriff's office say Lytle is charged with second degree forcible rape and sexual battery. He was booked into the McDowell County Detention Center.

    Atlantic City police talk down knife-wielding (black female) robber threatening to kill man
black suspect Atlantic City police officers are being credited with talking down a knife-wielding woman recently released from prison who was threatening to kill a store clerk. Officers Valmir Loga and Christopher Dodson were called to the 1400 block of Atlantic Avenue just after 7 p.m. Tuesday for a woman with a knife refusing to leave the store, Lt. Kevin Fair said.

Octavia Watson allegedly demanded money from the clerk and, when he refused. The Atlantic City woman was still inside the Ocean Body Oil with a knife in her hand when the officers got there, according to the report. She refused commands to drop the knife, and instead yelled that she was going to kill the clerk, Fair said. The officers pleaded with Watson for several minutes asking her to drop the knife, and were ultimately successful, Fair said.

Watson, 28, was then taken into custody without further incident. She is in the Atlantic County Justice Facility on charges of robbery, unlawful possession of a weapon, and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose. Wilson was just released from prison in December, after serving three years in a similar case that included an armed robbery, her charges show.

[NNN forum thread:]  Atlantic City Police Talk (Black) Woman Down From Wanting To Kill Store Clerk

    Angry, hungry (Black) maskless man denied food service, returns with gun to steal fried chicken and waffles
black suspect A man who was denied service for not wearing a mask at a fried chicken restaurant allegedly returned with a gun and held up the kitchen before robbing them of fried chicken and waffles. The incident occurred at approximately 5:37 p.m. at Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles in Pasadena, California, according to ABC News’ Los Angeles station KABC.

KABC said that, according to police and restaurant officials, the suspect initially walked into Roscoe’s to order food but was denied service by the staff because he was not wearing a mask. Employees informed him that he could return to get food once he was wearing one. The man then left the restaurant and did indeed return, but this time he showed up at the back of the establishment with a gun.

"He comes straight toward me with a gun, pointing at me and saying put all the chicken in the bag" In an ironic twist, surveillance cameras were able to capture images of the man’s face due to the fact that he was not wearing a mask.

According to the Los Angeles Times, the suspect is described as “a Black man in his 30s or 40s with a thin build, black curly hair, hazel eyes and tattoos on his neck and face … He was last seen wearing a green sweater and white sweatpants with black polka dots. His companion was described as a Latino man with a shaved head, standing between 5 feet 4 and 5 feet 5 and weighing about 150 pounds.”

[NNN forum thread:]  Police Searching For Armed, Unmasked Coon Who Stole Chicken From Roscoe’s In Pasadena, CA

    Woman Accusing (black footballer) Antonio Brown of Rape Requests Subpoenas From Bucs, Steelers, Other Former Teams
black suspect Antonio Brown's former trainer, Britney Taylor,'s dispute claims, "Ms. Taylor tried to resist him, but Brown was too strong and physically overpowered her. … She screamed and cried throughout the entire rape, repeatedly shouting 'no' and 'stop.'"

    Philadelphia Police Searching For 3 BLACK Women Accused Of Pepper-Spraying, Carjacking Victim
SUSPECT-NAME wounded victim It happened on the 2600 block of South Bancroft Street last Wednesday. Surveillance video shows the three women following the victim. After using the pepper spray, police say the suspects took the victim’s car keys and sped away in the vehicle. If you recognize the suspects, you are asked to call police.

Philadelphia grandmother battling cancer attacked, carjacked by 3 worthless black women
SOUTH PHILADELPHIA - A Philadelphia grandmother battling cancer is recovering after police say she was beaten, pepper-sprayed and carjacked in broad daylight last week in South Philadelphia. Surveillance video released by police shows three women stalk 78-year-old Angelina Bellissima for two blocks before attacking her on the 2700 block of South Smedley Street.

Bellissima, who is undergoing cancer radiation, had just finished unloading groceries at her daughter's house when she went to park the car.

[NNN forum thread:]  Philadelphia Police Searching For 3 negress sows Accused Of Pepper-Spraying, non-black Carjacking Victim

    Cops release surveillance footage of (Black masked) Manhattan subway slashing suspect
SUSPECT-NAME wounded victim Cops released surveillance footage of the man who allegedly slashed a fellow straphanger with a box cutter on a Manhattan train this week. The 61-year-old victim was standing near the doors on an L train around 8:30 a.m. Wednesday when a stranger suddenly kicked his bag, sparking a dispute between the two men, police said.

The argument turned violent when the suspect slashed the man across the right cheek with a box cutter before bolting from the train at the 14th Street and 1st Avenue station, cops said. Video released late Wednesday shows the suspect inside the station, wearing a Louis Vuitton face mask, a black North Face jacket, a red hoodie, blue jeans, a red bandana and light-colored sneakers. He’s described as between 20 and 30 years old.

The victim was taken to Bellevue Hospital in stable condition. The New York City Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying the following individual wanted for questioning in connection to an assault that occurred within the confines of the 13 Precinct [NNN forum thread:]  Cops release surveillance footage of (Black masked) Manhattan subway spook slasher

    U.S. Marshals Arrest (Black) Florida Man On Outstanding Drug Warrants
black suspect Darren L. Green, 52, was taken into custody by U.S. Marshals at a home on Academy Street at the corner of Henry Street in Century, Florida. Green was wanted on outstanding drug warrants from the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office for trafficking methamphetamine and marijuana possession, according to SRSO Sgt. Rich Aloy.

Green was booked into the Escambia County Jail with bond set at $105,000.

    Two (Black) suspects wanted for use of stolen credit cards
black suspect black suspect PENSACOLA, Fla. (WKRG) — Escambia County deputies say two suspects are wanted for the use of stolen credit cars to purchase thousands of dollars in gift cards from a local store on January 21st, 2021. According to ECSO, the stolen credit cards were taken from an employee at the Farm and Nursery Mart located on Pine Forest Road. br>
If anyone has any information about their identities, call Crime Stoppers at 850-433-STOP or the ECSO at 850-436-9620.

    (Black) Trussville Walmart employee facing attempted murder charge after shooting at store
black suspect TRUSSVILLE, Ala. (WIAT) — Update (2/4/21): Trussville Police increased their presence at the local Walmart with round-the-clock patrols. Original: The Trussville Police Department has charged one of the Walmart employees involved in a shooting at a Walmart Tuesday afternoon.

Christopher Harris, 20, has been charged with attempted murder, reckless endangerment and second-degree criminal mischief. Police say the shooting at Walmart involved at least three people, two of which were employees. No one was injured.

Harris is being held at the Jefferson County Jail on a $62,000 bond.

    (Black) Man arrested for sexual assault in Windsor Locks, believed to be connected to multiple cases
black suspect WINDSOR LOCKS, CT (WFSB) – A Windsor man was arrested in connection to a sexual assault of a teen and is a suspect in five additional sexual assault cases. Windsor Locks police said on Jan. 3 they received a complaint of sexual assault from a 17-year-old female.

During the investigation, police learned of three more incidents involving the same suspect who was identified as 25-year-old Akin Jamal Warner of Windsor. In additional to the three cases in Connecticut, police also learned that Warner has previously lived in Orange County, California and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office had two open sexual assault cases involving Warner.

On Jan. 27, Windsor Locks police obtained an arrest warrant for Warner for the involvement of the sexual assault case on Jan. 3. On Jan. 28 around 1:30 a.m., police took Warner into custody at his come in Windsor. He was charged with sexual assault and was held on a $500,000 bond.

Detectives obtained a second arrest warrant on Jan. 28, charging him with first-degree sexual assault, with a court et bond of $750,000. Windsor Locks police said the scope of Warner’s alleged sexual assaults involve both East and West Coast jurisdictions. Police believe there is the potential for additional victims.

[NNN forum thread:]  Negro arrested for sexual assault in Windsor Locks, CT believed to be connected to multiple cases

    2012 UK Video: Black on White crimes, beatings & murders...none were hate crimes

  Trio (2 hispanics, 1 wigger) arrested after demanding cops shovel their car out of snow
Michael Rodriguez, 21, allegedly struck an officer in the stomach in an attempt to get cops to release his friend.

    Vulgar anti-Biden flag is protected speech, city of Fargo says
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — An attorney for the city of Fargo says a homeowner has the right to fly a flag that uses obscenity against President Joe Biden. Displaying the flag is protected by the First Amendment, according to Assistant City Attorney Alissa Farol. The display also is not in violation of the city sign code, as its message is non-commercial and it doesn’t exceed the maximum allowable size.

The homeowner is flying an upside-down American flag on the same flagpole, and Farol says that is protected speech, too. The U.S. Flag Code states that the American flag is not to be flown upside down “except as a signal of dire distress in instance of extreme danger to life or property.”

Farol weighed in after Fargo police received complaints about the flags flying over a home in south Fargo, KVRR-TV reported. The homeowner declined to comment.

The Fargo flag is one of several anti-Biden displays that have made headlines in recent weeks. • The manager of a gas station in Prescott, Arizona, was fired for refusing to remove political signs she had posted, including one that said, “We now have a pedo rapist for president.”

“I took a stand, and I’m paying the consequences for it, and that’s OK,” the ex-manager, Joanne Selena Lopez, told Prescott TV station CBS5. “I’m proud of what I did. I will never, ever, ever bow down to the pressures of anybody.” The gas station, Shepherd Express, also lost its U-Haul rental franchise because of the controversy.

• The mayor of Shelley, Idaho, received a complaint last week about a sign in front of a candy store asking people to pray for Biden and “Commie-La Harris.” Store owner Stephanie Christensen told the East Idaho News that her husband created the sign after being “kicked off Facebook quite a few times.”

She said the store had seen an increase in traffic since the sign was posted and that they had no intention of removing it. “You can’t censor a sign,” Christensen said. “(Biden) is still president. I’m not saying he’s not. We just don’t like to be told that we can’t say what we want to say.”

    White Ohio Police Officer arrested regarding the shooting of a black man

The new Diverse Democrat party may pass law making it a federal hate crime for any police officer
to shoot a non-white person - even if that is to protect the life of themselves or another
(based on the establishment-and-media approved black supremacist cult of 'black lives matter' uber alles.)

    (Black female conservative) Candace Owens Accuses Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of 'Faking Her Own Attempted Murder'
Conservative commentator Candace Owens has attacked Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in a string of tweets, accusing the Democratic lawmaker of faking her own attempted murder and branding her "disturbed."

    COVID-19 Vaccine Overwhelmingly Going To White People Over Other Groups In Philadelphia
Cause "White Lives (and votes) Matter" and...
“People have to sign up for this vaccine on a computer or a telephone. That is not making it easier for colored folk, either.”

  NYC schools teaching BLM agenda inspired in part by cop-killer (black) Assata Shakur
Big Apple students are this week being taught a Black Lives Matter agenda inspired in part by a cop-killer who is one of the FBI’s most wanted suspects.

City schools are joining others around the US in a Black Lives Matter at School “week of action” encouraging a “lifetime of practice” on 13 guiding principles, including being queer- and trans-affirming. The BLM at School’s home page centers on one inspirational quote — from Assata Shakur, the former Black Panther who in 1979 fled prison, where she was serving life for the execution-style murder of a New Jersey state trooper.

Shakur — the godmother of late rapper Tupac Shakur and also known as Joanne Chesimard — is still wanted by the FBI with a $1 million reward. She was the first woman ever named as a “Most Wanted Terrorist” and is considered likely armed and dangerous.

The final sentence about “our chains” is a reference to a key line in “The Communist Manifesto,” written in 1848 by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Shakur “was part of a revolutionary extremist organization known as the Black Liberation Army” when New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster was “shot and killed execution-style at point-blank range” at a rest stop on the New Jersey Turnpike in 1973, the FBI said.

[NNN forum thread:]  NYC schools teaching BLM agenda inspired in part by cop-killer Assata Shakur (Black-on-White)

Police union wants school chancellor to apologize over BLM group quoting cop-killer
NYC’s largest police union called on the city’s Department of Education chancellor to apologize for teachers and students participating in Black Lives Matter at School “week of action” — which features an NJ cop-killer who remains one of the FBI’s most wanted.

“Disgusting & a slap in the face to families of every PO who died for our city,” the Police Benevolent Association tweeted.
“[Chancellor Richard A. Carranza] should apologize immediately. Glorifying cop-killers unites no one.”

  Bill Gates and the Depopulation Agenda. Robert F. Kennedy Junior Calls for an Investigation
For over twenty years Bill Gates and his Foundation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) have been vaccinating foremost children by the millions in remote areas of poor countries, mostly Africa and Asia.
Most of their vaccination program had disastrous results, causing the very illness (polio, for example in India) and sterilizing young women (Kenya, with modified tetanus vaccines). Many of the children died. Many of the programs were carried out with the backing of the WHO and – yes – the UN Agency responsible for the Protection of Children, UNICEF.

Most of these vaccination campaigns were implemented without the informed-consent of the children, parents, guardians or teachers, nor with the informed-consent, or with forged consent, of the respective government authorities. In the aftermath, The Gates Foundation was sued by governments around the world, Kenya, India, the Philippines – and more.

Bill Gates has a strange image of himself. He sees himself as The Messiah who saves the world through vaccination – and through population reduction.

[NNN forum thread:]  "Face facts, suckers: Bill Gates is a mass murderer and gross criminal--needs investigation, truly"

  Greta Thunberg faces criminal conspiracy probe in India over farm protest tweets
The retarded Greta Thunberg accidentally shared a message showing she was getting told what to write on Twitter about the ongoing violent farmers’ revolt in India — leading Thursday to her being probed for criminal conspiracy by police there, according to reports.

The 18-year-old left-wing eco-activist shared — and then quickly deleted — a message that detailed a list of “suggested posts” about the ongoing protests, according to the posts that were saved by Breaking 911. The list gave a series of tips on what to post, asking her to also repost and tag other celebrities tweeting about it, including pop star Rihanna.

As well as the Twitter storm, the “toolkit” she shared also suggested highlighting planned demonstrations at Indian embassies.

    The Presidential Election - Oct 25, 2020

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    BLACK-ON-WHITE: More details on Rusk County [Black-on-White] capital murder case
BLACK SUSPECT WHITE VICTIM RUSK COUNTY, Texas — The Rusk County Sheriff’s Office has made an arrest in connection with the murder of Clarence (Scott) Reneau. Officials arrested Demarcus Lenard Lewis around 12:30 a.m. Thursday just outside of Kilgore. He has been charged with capital murder and was booked into the Rusk County Jail. His bond has been set at $1,500,000.

Reneau's body was found Tuesday night at Texas Best Music, located 1820 County Road 423 in Rusk County. According to law enforcement, Lewis was allegedly robbing or trying to rob Reneau, and he shot him several times in the upper torso.

The arrest affidavit reads: "Forensic evidence resulted in developing three independent latent prints from two separate evidentiary items seized during the investigation. Prints resulted in an affirmative link to Demarcus Lenard Lewis."

In other words, Lewis's prints were found during the investigation which police believe links him to the crime.

(Black) Man arrested, charged with capital murder in Rusk County death

Clarence Scott Reneau, age 49 - (gunmemorial)

[NNN forum thread:]  WM, 49 fatally shot Rusk County, TX robbery by the negro


    BLACK-ON-WHITE: (BLACK) Georgia teenager facing more charges for murder of two (White) men
BLACK SUSPECT BLACK SUSPECT WHITE VICTIM WHITE VICTIM PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - A Georgia teenager is facing more charges in connection with the deaths of two men in Panama City Beach. Bay County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Ruez Hicks, 19, Friday, for the homicides of Robert Keith Gilmore and Robert Shawn Fowler.

Last week, deputies responded to a call about an unresponsive person on the porch of a home on Delmar Drive. When investigators arrived, they say Gilmore was found dead with a gunshot wound and his back pocket ripped. Inside the home, deputies say they found Fowler, also dead with a gunshot wound. Deputies say Fowler owned the home and rented it out. They say Gilmore was related to Fowler and the men were remodeling the home.

Investigators say the ripped pocket of Gilmore was where he carried his wallet, which they say was missing from the crime scene. As the investigation continued, deputies say they found video at a local business where a card of Gilmore’s had been used. When deputies spread the image of the young man using the card, another deputy recognized him from a recent call.

Investigators went to the area of that previous call and arrested Hicks. They say when talking with Hicks, he admitted to the home on Delmar Drive to burglarize it and had a gun with him. He reportedly told them while he was there, the victims returned to the home and confronted him. They say he claims as he left the home, he turned and fired at both of the victims. Deputies also say Hicks told them when Gilmore went down, Hicks rolled him over and ripped his back pocket as he took the wallet. Deputies believe Fowler moved into the house after he was shot and died from his injuries inside.

Investigators found the gun and the spent casing. They also say they found Gilmore’s wallet on Hicks when he was arrested. Deputies searched the area and said they found evidence that connected Hicks to several car burglaries. Hicks is charged with two counts of homicide and robbery with a firearm. Additional charges are pending.

Also arrested in connection with this case was Quantavious Dion Burns, 18, of Panama City Beach. Deputies believe Hicks told Burns he had shot someone and then gave Burns the gun. Deputies say they believe Burns hid the gun and lied to investigators. Burns is charged with accessory after the fact premeditated murder.

Home invasion led to double homicide in Panama City Beach last week, BCSO says

Suspect arrested in Panama City Beach double homicide

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    BLACK-ON-WHITE: Black Suspect charged for murder of White MetroLink security guard
BLACK SUSPECT WHITE VICTIM ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- A suspect is in custody after a MetroLink security guard was killed Sunday morning at the Delmar station. Police said Nathaniel Maurice Smith, 36, shot and killed James Cook, 30, multiple times Sunday morning after Cook approached the man about a disturbance. Smith, of the 4400 block of Evans Place, is charged with Murder and Armed Criminal Action, according to the Circuit Attorney's Office. He is being held without bond.

Officials with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department released an image of the suspect hours after the fatal shooting. Police said the man was armed with a pistol. According to a source, Smith turned himself in hours later at the North Hanley MeroLink station, which is a short walk from the Hilton Garden Inn, where police say he was staying.

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Muslim terrorists didn't kill him in Afghanistan - but a black predator took his hardworking White family life

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    BLACK-ON-WHITE: 1 White female killed, 1 injured in downtown Bloomington shooting by black
BLACK SUSPECT WHITE VICTIM BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (WCIA) — A woman was killed and another injured in a shooting that happened early Saturday morning in downtown. Police have a suspect in custody. Michael Bakana, 45, of Normal, was arrested at the scene. Police say he faces preliminary charges of murder and aggravated discharge of a firearm. The incident is believed to be isolated. Officers say the shooting happened after 12:45 am when Bakana and the two victims got into a dispute.

The victims were not identified. One died at the scene and the other was taken to the hospital. Bakana was taken to the McLean County Jail.

UPDATE: Homicide victim identified in Bloomington shooting
UPDATE (Jan. 30, 3 p.m.) — A victim in a shooting outside a Bloomington bar Saturday morning has been identified. Mariah C. Petracca, 22, of Bloomington was identified by McLean County Coroner Dr. Kathleen Yoder. Petracca was pronounced deceased by the coroner’s office at 1:35 a.m. Saturday morning. A preliminary autopsy indicated she died from multiple gunshot sounds. The toxicology report is pending.

Mariah Cheynne Petracca, age 22 - (gunmemorial)

[NNN forum thread:]  Bloomington, IL WF, 22 fatally shot after dispute with negro


    BLACK-ON-WHITE: (white) Woman Killed In Vacaville Double Homicide Was "Engaged" To BLACK Suspect
black suspect WHITE VICTIM victim name VACAVILLE (CBS13) — A mother wants answers after her daughter and another victim were killed, their bodies live-streamed on the internet by the suspect. The bodies were found at an apartment complex in Vacaville on Rocky Hill Road. The mother, Enyaw Taylor-ThebergeSavannah Theberge lived in Utah.

Taylor-Theberge says her daughter just got engaged and called her a week ago to share the news and show her the ring. “This guy coerced her to go under the (inaudible) that they were going to be engaged and he wanted her to meet his family,” she explained.

She says she was shocked to learn her daughter’s fiancé was 29-year-old Raymond Weber. “I almost fell out when I saw who it was because she had been involved with him in the past and it was a bad experience,” Taylor-Theberge said.

Although police haven’t officially identified the victims filmed in a bizarre live-stream by Weber, they did say one was 15 and the other 26 years old. Taylor-Theberge identifies Savannah as the latter after watching the disturbing video, pointing out her tattoos and features. She says Savannah’s 27th birthday would have been this week and tells CBS13 she works and lives in Utah and believes the engagement is what led her to California.

“She was a good girl and this was somebody that manipulated her and took advantage of her. She was not a drug addict street person,” she explained.

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    (Black) Oklahoma man charged in shooting deaths of 5 kids, brother
black suspect MUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP) — A 25-year-old Oklahoma man was charged with murder Wednesday in the killings of his brother and five young children, police said. Jarron Deajon Pridgeon of Muskogee was charged with six counts of first-degree murder, shooting with intent to kill and possession of firearms during probation, court records show.

Muskogee police said they don't yet know why Pridgeon fatally shot Javarion Lee, 24, or the children, the oldest of whom was 9. The children's mother, Brittany Anderson, was also wounded in the shootings early Tuesday and was hospitalized in Tulsa. Police identified the slain children as Jalaiya Pridgeon, 1; Jaidus Pridgeon, 3; Harmony Anderson, 5; Neveah Pridgeon, 6; and Que’dynce Anderson, 9.

Court and jail records do not list an attorney who could speak on Pridgeon’s behalf. Pridgeon and the victims lived in the home where the shootings occurred, Muskogee police said. Neighbors told the Muskogee Phoenix that they had only recently moved to the home but that the children were often outside playing.

Raven Anderson, who is an aunt to the children, told Tulsa TV station KOTV that Pridgeon was the father of three of the slain children. “They were great kids, they were smart, full of happiness, energy. They were, they just loved life,” she said. “Honestly it would just be great if everyone just continued to pray.”

Court records show Pridgeon received a deferred sentence in 2019 after being charged with two felony counts for allegedly throwing two large pieces of cement at a woman, striking her in the torso. A judge in that case ordered a mental health observation and evaluation, but those results are sealed.

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    (Black) Rapper Silento charged with murder in shooting death
black suspect ATLANTA -- Silento, the Atlanta rapper known for his hit song “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae),” was arrested Monday and charged with murder in the shooting death of his 34-year-old cousin, authorities said.

DeKalb County police said in a statement on Twitter that the 23-year-old rapper whose legal name is Ricky Hawk was arrested in that suburb of Atlanta. The police statement said he is in the county jail, charged with murder in connection with the Jan. 21 death of Frederick Rooks.

    (Black) Father now charged with capital murder in death of 5-week-old Bessemer boy
black suspect Charges have been upgraded against a Jefferson County man in the death of his 5-week-old son. Quinton Artez Arnold, 27, of Hueytown, is now charged with capital murder in the death of Kamari Whitt. Arnold was taken back into custody Tuesday by the U.S. Marshals Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force.

He was arrested in Troy and is being held in the Montgomery County Detention Center pending extradition to Jefferson County. Arnold was initially charged with aggravated child abuse and booked into the Jefferson County Jail on Friday. He was released on $250,000 bond and then apparently fled to southern Alabama.

At some point, the baby was taken to UAB Medical Center West and then transferred to Children’s of Alabama. It was then that doctors notified Bessemer police. Medical experts said the child was suffering from head injuries consistent with being shaken or struck. Kamari was pronounced dead at 10 a.m. Saturday at Children’s.

    (BLACK) Roselle woman, 22, Snapchats herself pouring boiling water on sleeping boyfriend
SUSPECT-NAME wounded victim ROSELLE, Ill. -- A 22-year-old woman allegedly poured boiling water on her boyfriend while he slept at their Roselle apartment, causing burns that required skin graft surgery. After Alexis Sykes dumped the boiling water on him early Jan. 2, she went to SnapChat and described watching his skin fall off his arms, according to the DuPage County state's attorney's office.

Sykes allegedly posted a video with the caption: "I kinda feel bad now because he got 2&3rd degree Burns from face to waist & they rushin him to burn center but oh well (shrugging shoulder emoji) B**** (emoji blowing kiss) n still cried & beg me to drive him to hospital." Prosecutors didn't give a motive behind the scalding.

Her boyfriend eventually found the keys and drove himself to a hospital, prosecutors said. He was transferred to the Loyola University Medical Center Burn Unit where he was hospitalized for about two weeks and underwent skin graft surgery to treat his burns.

Sykes was ordered held Monday on $500,000 bail on two counts of aggravated battery by caustic substance and two counts of aggravated domestic battery.

[NNN forum thread:]  Roselle, IL sow, 22, Snapchats herself pouring boiling waddy on sleeping boyfriend

    BLACK Pittsburgh man arrested after allegedly beating woman with tire iron
SUSPECT-NAME wounded victim A man accused of beating a woman over the head with a tire iron is now in police custody. Allegheny County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Richard Robinson, 52, of Pittsburgh, at UPMC Shadyside Hospital on Tuesday.

Robinson was wanted for violating the conditions of his bond in a 2020 robbery case, as well as an arrest warrant for an incident on Jan. 24 in which he allegedly beat a woman with a tire iron in Homewood.

    (Black) pretended to be talent agent, flew victim to Tampa to sell her for sex
black suspect TAMPA, Fla. - A South Florida man is accused of luring an out-of-state victim for the purpose of selling her for sex, according to the Tampa Police Department. Investigators said the man told the victim he was an agent and wanted to represent her as a plus-size model for swimsuits or lingerie, but his clients had different expectations.
Police say 38-year-old Stacy Charles Glover, of Pembroke Pines, met his 21-year-old victim online and, after several communications, paid for the victim to fly from Nebraska to Florida to meet with his supposed clients. Investigators say once the victim was in Florida she was given "materials," instructions, and prices for performing sexual acts.

Glover allegedly created a website where his clients could contact him. During these meetings, police say, the victim drove clients away by charging higher prices. She would then give her abuser her own money.

    85-year-old man brutally attacked on Metro until unconscious; (Black) suspect arrested
black suspect ARLINGTON, Va. - Metro Transit Police say they’ve arrested a man in connection with an 85-year-old on an Orange Line train near Rosslyn last week. Police say 22-year-old Antonio Lamont Rich, Jr. turned himself in Monday night.

They were looking for Rich on a felony malicious wounding charge. According to investigators, Rich was panhandling on the train, and the 85-year-old refused to give him money.

At that point, Rich reportedly assaulted the elderly man, punching him in the face until he was unconscious. After the attack, the victim was taken to a local hospital, where he was initially reported to be in critical, yet stable condition.

    (Demented evil sadistic black-hearted black) man arrested for mutilating hamsters
black suspect Monday, Collier County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Golden Gate Estates man for accusations that he dismembered hamsters. According to a CCSO Facebook post, Christian Lee Hunter, 21, is accused of severing the head of a hamster he purchased from a pet store and then discarding it in a blood-smeared box.

“Animal cruelty can never be justified,” Collier County Sheriff Kevin Rambosk said in the post. “We are hopeful that we have addressed this situation and can connect this individual with mental health services.” “They’re dead and in pieces, in a box. I think that’s a big problem,” neighbor Jason Exantus said. “It’s kinda disgusting and absurd.”

The dead hamster was found by a resident in the area. She told deputies that she had found several other boxes over the last year containing “sadistically mutilated” small animals.

Exantus lives right across the street from Hunter and was shocked to hear he was accused of the cruel treatment of animals. “Why would he even want to do that? Was he in his right mind?” Exantus said. “There is little kids here. Some of them could have found that.”

Deputies were able to find Hunter as the suspect because the latest discovery included a receipt from a pet shop in Lee County. The receipt showed the purchase of the hamster on Jan. 4 for $14.99. Deputies obtained surveillance footage of the purchase and saw a man with a mask and sunglasses but with a tattoo on their right forearm.

    Black man with one leg pummeled during Bronx bus beatdown by rude pseudo-human blacks

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    BLACK-ON-WHITE: (Black) Suspect arrested in killing of (White) MetroLink security guard
BLACK SUSPECT WHITE VICTIM ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- A suspect is in custody after a MetroLink security guard was killed Sunday morning at the Delmar station, police sources confirm to News 4. Police said a Black man in his 40s shot and killed James Cook, 30, Sunday morning after Cook approached the man about a disturbance. Cook did not work directly for MetroLink, but was contracted out from a private security company.

Officials with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department released an image of the suspect hours after the fatal shooting. The man in the photograph was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with orange lettering referencing a football team. He was also wearing a black coat and a dark blue gator-style mask. Police said he had a black computer-type bag on him with straps. Police said the man was armed with a pistol.

There was a $25,000 reward is for information leading to an arrest in Cook's murder.

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    BLACK-ON-WHITE: Divided Court of Appeals narrowly upholds murder conviction of BLACK MUSLIM SOMALI KILLER COP Mohamed Noor
BLACK SUSPECT WHITE VICTIM The divided Minnesota Court of Appeals ruling upheld the murder conviction Monday of former Minneapolis Officer Mohamed Noor in the 2017 shooting death of an Australian woman who called 911 to report a possible sexual assault in her alley.

Mohamed Noor's actions met the legal threshold for a "depraved mind" when he shot Justine Ruszczyk Damond from inside his patrol vehicle in southwest Minneapolis, Judges Louise Dovre Bjorkman and Michelle Larkin ruled. Judge Matthew Johnson, however, disagreed, saying he would have reversed Noor's murder conviction and sent his case for sentencing on the lesser second-degree manslaughter charge. Noor's attorney immediately said he would ask the state Supreme Court to consider the case, although the court is not required to hear it.

Noor, who is serving a 12 1/2-year prison sentence, challenged his third-degree murder conviction, a charge generally reserved for defendants in overdose deaths. He became the first on-duty Minneapolis police officer convicted of murder when the charge was applied to him for "perpetuating an act eminently dangerous to others and evincing a depraved mind." In the appeal, Noor's attorney Thomas Plunkett argued that the depraved mind element wasn't fulfilled because Noor was fulfilling his duties as an officer, acted in a split second and directed his actions at a specific person.

"We respectfully disagree with the majority's opinion published today in Mr. Noor's appeal," Plunkett said Monday in a written statement. "The split decision, while disappointing, is not entirely disheartening. The dissenting opinion raises compelling issues." By the 2-1 margin, the Court of Appeals found the depraved mind requirement was fulfilled.

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    2 BLACK Suspects Arrested Following Attack on (White) San Francisco Private Detective who has just died
black suspect black suspect wounded victim wounded victim SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Two men have been arrested in connection with an attempted robbery that left famed San Francisco private investigator Jack Palladino on life support, police said Sunday. Palladino himself may have inadvertently helped detectives make the arrests after photographs were recovered from a camera the suspects unsuccessfully tried to steal, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

Palladino, who worked on high-profile cases ranging from the Jonestown mass suicides to celebrity and political scandals, suffered a head injury in the violent attack Jan. 28. Lawrence Thomas, 24, of Pittsburg, and Tyjone Flournoy, 23, of San Francisco were jailed Sunday, police said. It wasn’t immediately known if they have attorneys.

Palladino, 76, remained unconscious but received news of the arrests from his wife and fellow private detective Sandra Sutherland on Saturday night. “I said, ‘Guess what Jack, they got the bastards, and it was all your doing,’” Sutherland told the Chronicle on Sunday.

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UPDATE:‘He investigated his own murder’: Famed S.F. detective Jack Palladino is dead
Rushed to UCSF, he never regained consciousness and was taken off life support on Sunday. He died shortly after noon Monday, according to his attorney, Mel Honowitz, of San Francisco. Palladino was 76. Cause of death was traumatic brain injury, Sutherland told the Chronicle. Palladino’s camera held images that led to the arrest of two suspects.


    Two (feral fatherless black) Teens Charged in Homicide of Southfield Uber Driver
black suspect DETROIT, MI – Devin Delon McKee, 16-years-old and Lanyah Quan Brady, 15-years-old, both of Detroit, have been charged in connection with the homicide of Uber driver Timothy Marcus Perkins, 60-years-old, of Southfield. On January 21st, 2021, at 9:20 a.m.. Detroit police officers were called to the West Edsel Ford Service Drive and Elmer Street. When they arrived, they observed Mr. Perkins in an alleyway at Elmer and Lawrence in distress, bleeding from his head and with multiple stab wounds on his back and torso area. Mr. Perkins was transported by the police to a local hospital where he succumbed to his wounds. His death was caused by multiple stab wounds.

The investigation by the Detroit Police Department led to recovery of the stolen car and to the identification of the two teen suspects. The teens were taken into custody on January 25, 2021. It is alleged that McKee and Brady called for an Uber driver for the purpose of robbing him. Once inside Mr. Perkins’s car McKee robbed and carjacked him by attacking him with a hammer and stabbing him with a knife. It is further alleged that Brady was also armed with a knife and stabbed Mr. Perkins. After the attack the couple stole his car, took his personal property, and fled from the scene. Further facts and evidence in the case will be presented at the Preliminary Examination.

“It is rare that we use the automatic waiver to charge juveniles as adults. But the alleged facts in this case are especially heinous and violent”, said Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy. “The evidence in this case will show that these defendants called an Uber with a plan to rob and carjack the driver, beat and bludgeoned him, and left him in an alley to die.”

2 feral fatherless black Detroit teens charged with murdering Uber driver who was attacked with hammer, knife

    (Black) Pensacola parents arrested for death of their infant in 2018
black suspect PENSACOLA, Fla. -- Two Pensacola parents were arrested Wednesday for the death of their infant child in December 2018. The 1-year-old boy's death occurred on December 29, 2018, at the Pensacola Village Apartments on E Fairfield Dr. Upon arrival, police officers found the boy unresponsive.

Pensacola Police say the arrests follow a lengthy investigation by the Criminal Investigations Division. The infant’s mother, Brianna Scott, 24, is charged with child neglect causing great bodily harm/death.

The infant’s father, Quadarris Saulsberry, 31, is charged with child neglect causing great bodily harm/death and homicide.

    (Black)Toddler's stepmother found guilty of capital murder in child's death
black suspect PORT GIBSON, Miss. — A jury in Mississippi has found a woman guilty of capital murder in the death of her 14-month-old stepdaughter. After a five-day trial in Claiborne County, jurors returned a guilty verdict Friday against T'Kia Bevily in the October 2017 death of Jurayah Smith.

Investigators said the toddler received multiple blunt-force injuries to her head and was killed while in custody of T’kia and Morris Bevily IV. A date has not been set yet for T’Kia Bevily’s sentencing. Morris Bevily, the child's father, faces trial beginning Monday, news outlets reported. The child’s mother, DeDreuna Smith, in a statement released after the verdict thanked prosecutors for “pursuing justice” on her daughter's behalf.

    19-year-old Jovanni Frausto Fatally Shot While Shopping At The Fox River Mall In Grand Chute, WI, Second Victim Injured
ARMED AND DANGEROUS (Black) Alleged Shooter 17-year-old Dezman Ellis Sought

DezmanVEllis-and-JovanniFrausto Grand Chute, WI – The Grand Chute police reported that Dezman V. Ellis, 17, is being sought in connection with a deadly shooting on Sunday around 3:30 p.m. at the Fox River Mall in Grand Chute that left one victim dead and another victim with a none-life-threatening injury, according to police. The murdered victim was identified as Jovanni Frausto, 19, the second shooting victim was not identified by police.

Police say that the two victims were shot in the main corridor of the mall on Sunday and that Ellis is being sought in connection with the mall shooting.

According to the police report, On Sunday, January 31st, 2021, at around 3:30 pm, officers from the Grand Chute Police Department along with numerous other agencies responded to the Fox River Mall, 4301 W. Wisconsin Avenue, in the Town of Grand Chute for a report of shots being fired inside the main mall corridor. Officers arrived on scene and conducted a preliminary search for threats inside the Fox River Mall. Officers located two victims who had been shot. One victim sustained non-life-threatening injuries, was treated and released. The second victim, identified as 19-year-old Jovanni J. Frausto, died as a result of the injuries. A thorough search of the mall was conducted to locate and safely escort those who had sheltered in place.

At this time, investigators are attempting to locate and speak with Dezman V. Ellis (06/10/2003) for his involvement in this incident. Investigators believe Dezman is riding in a blue, 2012 Dodge Avenger bearing Wisconsin license plate AHP7939. This event is believed to have been a targeted incident and Ellis is believed to be armed and dangerous.

    Police Arrest Four (black) Juvenile Suspects Involved In A Shooting That Left One Dead And Another Injured
black suspect Arrested: Javarius Cordell Henderson DOB: 3/17/06, Jesse L’Amos Snowden DOB: 11/11/05, Cedric Antonio Young Jr. DOB: 11/09/03, Calvin Barnard Williams Jr. DOB: 3/17/03 The Escambia County Sheriffs Office responded to the 900-block of Massachusetts Avenue on January 22nd, 2021 in reference to a shooting. Once on scene deputies found a truck that had crashed into a power pole. Inside the truck was 61-year-old Samuel Thomley, deceased from an apparent gunshot wound. A second gunshot victim was located and was taken to a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries.

Based on a preliminary investigation, ECSO Major Crime Unit Investigators believe this incident was drug related. A drug rip off ending in homicide. Four juvenile suspects have been arrested and charged for the homicide and shooting. Javarius Cordell Henderson, 14-years-old, was charged with capital murder, Jesse L’Amos Snowden, 15-years-old, charged with capital murder and attempted homicide, Cedric Antonio Young Jr., 17-years-old, was charged with capital murder, attempted homicide, escape and resisting without violence and Calvin Barnard Williams, 17-years-old, has been charged with homicide.

“Sadly, this is another example of the type of drug related violence we battle here in Escambia County. These four arrests were made thanks to the hard work and dedication of the ECSO Investigators, who have spent tireless hours on this case.” -Sheriff Chip Simmons.

    Antioch: Feds charge (BLACK NIGERIAN EX-CONVICT) sex offender with possession of child porn allegedly found during parole search
black suspect ANTIOCH — A 28-year-old Antioch man has been arrested and charged with possession of child pornography, nearly four years after he was forced to register as a sex offender for convictions on similar charges on the East Coast, court records show.

Amekka Emmanuel Akudinobi was charged last week with receipt of child pornography, a federal offense that carries between five and 20 years in federal prison, and a maximum $250,000 fine. The criminal complaint, unsealed late last week, alleges Akudinobi was caught with a computer that contained more than 400 child porn files.

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    Baltimore Police Arrest (Black) Rape Suspect Davon Ferguson
black suspect BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Police have arrested a suspect in a rape last month. Davon Ferguson, 39, was arrested at home in the 1600 block of Ellamont Street around 1:33 a.m. Sunday.

Ferguson was wanted for first-degree rape and first-degree attempted rape — both of which occurred on Jan. 26 in downtown Baltimore. According to police, he attempted to rape a victim inside a hotel room in the unit block of N. Light Street.

He later raped another victim at knifepoint. An anonymous tip helped police learn of Ferguson’s whereabouts.

    17 (blacks) Arrested In Escambia County Drug Raid
black suspect The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office arrested 17 people Thursday on drug charges after raiding a home near Montclair Elementary School. The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office Gun Crime Response Team, Robbery/Homicide Unit, Narcotics Unit and SWAT team along with the ATF, Florida Highway Patrol, and Pensacola Police Department served a search warrant at a home in the 4500 block of Florelle Way.

Inside the home law enforcement discovered 12.6 grams of oxycodone, 228.8 grams of ecstasy pills, one gram of heroin, almost half a kilo of cocaine, 3.3 pounds of marijuana, ten firearms (including four firearms that were reported stolen) $21,389 in cash, and seven vehicles were seized. Terry Vondell Brand, Billy Ray Carter, Darrell Anthony Diggs, Timothy Terrell Dortch, Tyshon Laprice Leontay Edwards, Kobie Lashun Jenkins, De’Aundre Da’Jun Jordan, Timothy Donail Knight, Gary Fernando Mathis, Nastassya Swayell Piper, Charles Edward Posey, Travaris Jamal Stallworth, Anthony Dion Thompson, Kareem Tijuan Watson, James Wells, Devontae Le’roy Williams and Trenton Levontese Wright were all arrested on drug related charges.

“It’s unfortunate to see this amount of drugs and firearms together. We’re glad we can partner with other law enforcement agencies to get this type of criminal activity off of our streets,” said Chief Deputy and sheriff-elect Chip Simmons.

    Suspect "Godkhaliq" in Staten Island slaying claims he didn’t mean to shoot acquaintance
black suspect The gunman in a fatal, broad-daylight Staten Island shooting said he fired at a white Mercedes to “spook” the occupants — and told cops later he regretted it because it turned out he grew up with the slain man and felt regretful when he learned who his acquaintance was, cops said.

Godkhaliq Daugherty, 19, was busted Friday in connection to the Sept. 14 slaying of "Prince" Edmonds, 21, at Richmond Terrace and Lockman Avenue in Mariners Harbor, police said. Daugherty allegedly walked up to the car around 1 p.m. that day and fired several shots from the driver’s side of the car, where Edmonds was sitting with a 22-year-old man.

Edmonds was struck multiple times in the torso and the older man was hit once in the left shoulder.

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    Chicago records highest number of January homicides in 4 years

    5 Years Later, HISPANIC Alleged Killer of MoVal Girl Still Awaits Trial
Tuesday marks the fifth anniversary of the abduction- murder of Norma Lopez, a Moreno Valley high school student whose disappearance devastated a community and whose case went cold for more than a year before her alleged killer was identified and arrested. "It's one of the most emotional cases I've handled," former Supervising Deputy District Attorney Mike Soccio told City News Service. "This is a young lady who one minute was walking home from school, and a minute later, it was all over. There was such a mystery as to who did it and why."

Soccio, who was assigned to the case until his retirement from the Riverside County District Attorney's Office in January, said he's continuing to lend a hand with trial preparation -- from a distance -- and will remain involved until the matter is resolved. "It's past time for a jury to hear this," the veteran prosecutor said.

Less than a month later, then-36-year-old Jesse Perez Torres was arrested and charged with Norma's murder.

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    (Alleged coup-leader) Biden threatens U.S. sanctions after military coup in Myanmar

These Photos of (anti-facist) National Guardsmen Defending a Militarized Capitol after 'democratic' coup d'etat

    Biden Pick Backed CCP-Tied Group - China Joe paying off his handlers
President Biden's pick for senior Asia policy official helped found a non-profit to promote Chinese language learning. But the group is now suspected to be heavily influenced by the CCP's propaganda agency.

The U.S. CHINA STRONG foundation - Chinese commie front leader hired by China Joe

Biden's CCP Propaganda Machine Asia Policy Czar
Kurt Campbell has been appointed as Biden's Asia Policy Czar. Campbell has a startling number of ties to the CCP Propaganda Machine, US-China Strong Foundation. The Foundation includes members such as U.S. Chinese Businesswoman, Florence Fang and Advisor to Chinese Regime State Council and Hong Kong Official, Ronnie Chan. Biden has literally appointed the CCP as Asia Policy Maker in his administration. Just, astounding.


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