|20 September 2020|
Nation News Reporters Newsroom
|UPDATE: apparent 'random'
shooting by black man actually a
BLACK SUPREMACIST BLM DOMESTIC
Arrested in Bungalow Joe's
restaurant shooting that left 3
Police arrested 33-year-old Michael Rhynes on murder charges after three people were shot and killed Friday evening outside Bungalow Joe's in Fern Creek.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — According to LMPD, three men are dead following a shooting in the 7800 block of Beulah Church Rd. Friday evening. The shooting happened outside of the Bungalow Joe's restaurant in Fern Creek.
Police arrested 33-year-old Michael Rhynes on murder charges.
The Jefferson County Coroner's Office has identified all three of the victims as 24-year-old Steven Head, 26-year-old Toreon Hudson and 48-year-old William Smallwood. All three of the men were Louisville residents. Around 11:30 p.m., officers responded to a report of three people being shot, all suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Police say two of the men were pronounced dead on the scene while the third succumbed to his injuries at University of Louisville Hospital. The two victims who died at the scene are believed to be in their 40's or 50's while the age of the man who died at the hospital is unknown at this time. The LMPD Homicide Unit is still investigating the triple homicide. - (Black-on-White)
Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit -
Asian male victim of random
unprovoked berserk black stabbing
- in critical condition
FREMONT (CBS SF) — A 69-year-old man who was stabbed on a BART train remained in critical but stable condition on Saturday, transit officials said.
Terrell Coffer, 44, of Oakland allegedly stabbed the victim aboard a train as it approached the Warm Springs/South Fremont Station shortly before noon Friday.A BART community service officer on the platform spotted Coffer and helped detain him. Coffer was being held at Santa Rita Jail on suspicion of attempted homicide.
Authorities have not released information about what led to the stabbing, but said it doesn’t appear that Coffer and the victim — whose name has not been released — knew each other.
KPIX 5 obtained video that showed the suspect, a bald, stocky Black man wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt, being placed in a BART police vehicle.
A man who saw the aftermath of the stabbing told KPIX that the victim entered the car he was in as the train was headed to Milpitas. The man — an Asian male in his 50s or 60s, according to the witness — was suffering from multiple injuries.
“The gentleman came out and he had two bloody neck stab wounds, an abdomen stab wound; he was bleeding all over,” said witness Anthony Montemar.
Man accused of beating, stabbing
woman in hotel near Sedona while
baby was nearby
Early Saturday morning, Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies received a report that a man had been hitting a woman inside a room at the Bell Rock Inn and Resort, located in Oak Creek Village, about seven miles south of Sedona. Witnesses said they heard a woman yelling that her baby was not safe.
When deputies arrived, they said they found the victim on the ground outside the hotel and Andre Scroggins on top of her. Both were "covered with blood," according to the responding deputies. Authorities quickly took Scroggins into custody.
In addition, the woman told deputies that as she was being attacked inside the hotel room on the bed, her infant was close to the attack and was in danger. The deputies found the child inside the room, crying and screaming. The baby was taken into temporary custody by the Department of Child Services. The hotel room had considerable damage, including "being covered with a large amount of blood in virtually every room," sheriff's officials say.
do drugs. Especially don't buy
from, sell to and/or share drugs
set at $5 million for (black) in
homicide in Kankakee
Turner-Owens, 21, of Pembroke Township, was charged with eight counts of first-degree murder, according to a document filed by the Kankakee County State’s Attorney’s office. Assistant State’s Attorney Dan Reedy told Judge Clark Erickson that Smith was standing with a group out front of his home in the 1300 block of East Maple Street in Kankakee at about 12:30 p.m. Sunday when witnesses said they saw Turner-Owens approach the group. A witness said they heard three shots and saw the shooter run from the area. According to court documents, Smith was shot in the head and died later at Loyola University Medical Center.
fund boosted by Kamala Harris and
13 Biden campaign staffers ‘helped
release a man, 36, accused of
sexually assaulting a child’
|Far-left Fake News Media continues to spew lies about American race relations to inflame blacks with false racist narrative|
|Trump blasts 1619 Project on role of Black Americans and proposes his own "1776 commission"|
|Anti-Trump professor's coronavirus wish for president's supporters gets her suspended|
|DERANGED demonic Pelosi Won’t Rule Out (another false) Impeachment to Block Trump SCOTUS Pick|
female AFFIRMATIVE ACTION Attorney
General rules to release all
police body cam video where blacks
New York Attorney General Letitia James is promising to expedite the release of body camera footage in cases of (alleged) police misconduct that her office investigates.
Bureau of Investigation not
releasing the race of the man shot
dead after firing gun at Georgia
Authorities say a Georgia police officer fatally shot a man who opened fire with a gun during a foot chase in the port city of Brunswick. During that chase, the GBI said, the man being pursued drew a gun and fired several shots at a different officer. That officer, Lt. Donald Babbin, returned fire and fatally shot the man. The GBI identified the man killed as Charles Eric Moses Jr., 33, of Brunswick. It said Moses was taken to an area hospital, where he was pronounced dead. A GBI medical examiner planned an autopsy The agency did not give the races of Moses or of the officer who shot him.
|Six accused of starting Oregon blazes amid devastating wildfire season|
|Joe Biden spent decades warning of voter fraud — now called a myth by Dems|
|Louisville federal buildings boarded up ahead of anticipated Breonna Taylor grand jury decision|
high school students awarded
college scholarships for carrying
flags onto football field
Williams, who is the son of a sheriff’s deputy, carried a “Thin Blue Line flag”
and Bentley, who is the son of a fireman, carried a “Thin Red Line Flag” onto the field.
just Trump fanatic tin-hat
Webber: Trump's October surprise
should be martial law -
Sep 19, 2020
Yep, I’m serious, folks.
Wikipedia defines Martial Law as the imposition of direct military control of normal civil functions…, especially in response to a temporary emergency where civil forces are overwhelmed. Too harsh? The Insurrection Act empowers the president to deploy the military and National Guard in particular circumstances, such as to suppress civil disorder, insurrection and rebellion.
This statement is not a case of Webber being sarcastic again – I’m encouraging Donald Trump to do it. I/we have had enough of putting our lives on hold for radicals.
Throughout his presidency, Democrats have attempted to make Trump’s life a living hell, and by extension, most Americans. In past columns, I’ve hammered how the Democratic party has historically been a thorn in our side. Since Hillary Clinton’s defeat, Dems ratcheted up their anarchist behavior to a level unseen since the Civil War. They have turned towards socialism and lust for the power to enforce it. They will step on your mother to do it.
The Democrats literally tried to steal the election from Trump, believing they had “Strzok insurance” within the FBI, tying Trump to a fake Russian conspiracy. It was the Democrats that had the ties to Russia. They spent three years and millions of our dollars impeaching Trump, using their personal mainstream media “brown-shirts” to promote the bogus ruse. Since they were exposed, they merely wiped the Robert Mueller hardware records clean, taking a page out of Hillary’s playbook. It would have been nuclear to the media had Trump done that.
The impeachment hoax was dying out when the liberal media stepped up to hype a man-made China virus. They successfully terrified the country into submitting to just about any hair-brained idea a Democrat could think of – masks, home confinement, closure of businesses, ghoulish daily death counts, etc. The economy, Trump’s strong suit, tanked due to the hype of the media and the draconian measures implemented by liberal bureaucrats. Democrats danced and bumped elbows with glee, delighted Trump’s economy was failing.
Now that unkempt, long-haired ordinary Americans were good and terrified, compliant, and at home, ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter were unleashed upon the cities. So-called peaceful and COVID-free protests by day turned to riots and looting at night, while Democrat mayors fiddled like Nero. Police were ordered to stand down.
But the Dems weren’t done yet. Next came reprehensible schemes to vote by mail, rather than chancing “exposure” to China’s bug voting in nasty polling centers. Visits to Wal-Mart or protests are safe, but not polling centers. As mentioned on Facebook, if you don’t see a problem with mail-in voting, put $5,000 cash in an envelope and mail it to yourself.
Democrats tried to rig the last presidential election, and they’re at it again. Mail-in ballots, if delivered timely or at all, will have to be counted and the results won’t be known for weeks, if not months. Can you imagine the political infighting?
If you recall, these were the same jokers that want to eliminate the electoral college too. Ask yourself why Dems are always tampering with systems that have worked brilliantly for over 200 years.
This daily chaos in our country is the very definition of civil disorder, insurrection, and rebellion. Look up the definition if you don’t believe me. While you’re looking things up, check out Norm Eisen or the Color Revolution — it’s all related.
Conservatives didn’t try to falsely impeach the president, close businesses, confine people home, or tinker with the election system. And it isn’t conservatives rioting, looting, or promoting the ludicrous, hair-brained idea of defunding the police. It’s anarchists and socialists within the Democratic party promoting civil disorder.
Democrats refuse to cede one millimeter towards Trump on any issue — everything must be resisted at great cost to our country. Given the media’s penchant for trying to turn everything around — gaslighting — it’s time to bring this coup to a screeching halt.
Trump has to do this soon, or nobody will believe in the election results, regardless of who wins. Anarchy will reign supreme — Democrats will be in ecstasy. Edicts will be shrieked daily from Pelosi, Schumer, and Biden, grabbing power for themselves while jamming up the court systems. The Democrats already have hundreds of lawyers on retainer to fight the election results.
With the election nearing, we need to bring this country back to civility. It’s time to let people make up their minds how they want to handle the China bug issue, let business open up, allow only normal voting processes using the electoral system, and stop the rioting — by any means necessary. If that’s a declaration of Marshall Law, last used by Lyndon Johnson, from now until 30 days after the election results, then so be it. (Liberal lawyers will come out of the woodwork to refute Trump’s authority with this one.)
Trump has the authority; he needs to use it.
|19 September 2020|
Bloomfield couple shot, wife
killed, during apparent robbery in
Indianapolis by ruthless black
INDIANAPOLIS — A couple that owns a commercial roofing company in Bloomfield, Indiana, was shot during an apparent robbery early Thursday on the west side of Indianapolis while working on a trailer.
The wife, 40-year-old Wilma Hochstetler, died at the scene. Her husband, Jonathan, survived a bullet through his neck. Their six-year-old son witnessed the incident. Jonathan’s father, Sam Hochstetler, read a letter Friday afternoon he wrote to the people of Indianapolis.
"I feel no hatred, bitterness, anger, nor revenge towards the two Black men that murdered my daughter-in-law,” Sam said. “I extend forgiveness for the two murderers. Revenge only begets more violence. My heart's desire for them is that they would repent, to fall on their faces before the Lord Jesus, and cry out for mercy for their own souls’ sake."
Family and friends say Jonathan stopped at a roofing project on High School Road near 38th Street Wednesday. A tire had blown out on his trailer. Early in the evening, Jonathan sent workers with the truck back to Bloomfield. Wilma then drove the truck to Indianapolis with a spare tire. After replacing the trailer tire, they noticed a problem with the lights on the trailer. It was now well after midnight.
While working on the lights, two men approached, pulled out guns and robbed the couple. They took money and Wilma’s mobile phone, then shot the couple as they left. Wilma died instantly. Jonathan took a bullet through his neck but remained conscious. He went to the truck to retrieve his phone and called 911. The couple’s six-year-old son was sitting in the truck during the incident. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police responded around 1:30 a.m. to the 3000 block of High School Road.
Jonathan’s father Sam said his son underwent surgery Thursday night to fuse three broken vertebrae together in his neck. But he is grateful not to be paralyzed and is expected to recover fully. He also has broken bones in his jaw and face.
"The hardest thing for him is going to be to pick up and go on without Wilma,” said Andrew Yutzy, a friend of Jonathan. “Literally, he didn't he didn't breathe without Wilma being a part of it. That's how close they were. Pray for Jonathan, that he can pick up the pieces. And his children, they're just devastated."
The couple owns J & W (Jonathan & Wilma) Commercial Roofing in Bloomfield. They were actively involved in mission work.
They have four children - three daughters and a son - ages 16, 13, 10 and 6.
"We have the hope and the assurance of eternal life,” said Sam. “We have the confidence that Wilma went to be with her maker. The children know that. They know that if they continue in the Christian faith, someday they'll go they'll go be with mother. That's the best way that we cope with that."
A Go Fund Me account has been set up to help pay for Jonathan’s medical expenses.
There is also a Facebook page with updates on Jonathan’s condition.
of riding a bicycle to Walmart
while White - in an integrated
one speaks out after 5 blacks
arrested for the shooting death of
an unarmed (White) bicyclist last
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Helen Ayers fought to hold back tears when reacting to the shooting death of her half-brother and the arrests of five people in the case.
“He was my brother. He had children. And he was somebody’s son, and he was just riding his bike,” Ayers said of her half-brother, Damon Rothermel.
Rothermel, 50, was shot and killed in January 2019 while riding his bicycle on Emerson Street near St. Augustine Road. According to police, Rothermel appeared to have been hit by a stray slug from a shootout between people in two cars.
Several people came to his aid. One even tried to perform CPR, but it was not enough to save him.
Ayers said her half-brother died while completing an errand for his mother.
“He was on his way back from Walmart,” she said.
Ayers said she was on her way home that day when she drove up to the crime scene. “I had pulled up right at the intersection and saw it all taped off. I had no idea it was Damon. I didn’t know until later what had happened," she recounted.
Ayers said it feels like the wheels of justice are beginning to turn now that five arrests were made in connection with the shooting death of her half-brother. Hakeem Robinson, Dominique Barner, Derek Hudson and Christopher Brown were all eventually charged with murder. Janera Smith was charged as an accessory. - (Black-on-White)
Father, son arrested in
investigation of Arlington crime
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office on Friday announced that a father and son have been arrested on charges related to a deadly shooting that occurred in Arlington back in January. According to the Sheriff’s Office, an officer on Jan. 15 witnessed a shooting outside at a shopping center on Merrill Road. The man, who police said was in his mid 20s, died at the scene. The officer pursued a vehicle that left the area, which had been reported stolen last year, until it crashed on Townsend Boulevard several blocks away. At least two men inside were said to have fled the vehicle. On Friday, the Sheriff’s Office said Hakeem Robinson, 21, has been charged with second-degree murder.
His father, Abdul Robinson, 49, has been charged with accessory after the fact.
Man charged with murdering woman
outside Brick Church Pike motel
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Metro police have arrested the gunman suspected of murdering a woman and wounding another person in a shooting outside of a motel room on Brick Church Pike earlier this week.
Michael Brigman, 34, was charged Thursday night with criminal homicide and attempted criminal homicide for Tuesday night’s fatal shooting at the Super 8 off Interstate 65 near West Trinity Lane.
When police arrived at the shooting scene around 11 p.m., they said they found Amanda Baucum, 26, and a 35-year-old man, both suffering from gunshot wounds. Detectives said a gunman fired shots at the two during an apparent argument outside of a room on the second floor of the motel.
Metro police said Baucum was taken to TriStar Skyline Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead. The male victim was transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where he was considered stable. Hours after the two were shot, detectives released a surveillance photo of the suspected gunman, now identified by police as Brigman. When he was interviewed by detectives, Brigman claimed the shooting stemmed from a dispute over money, according to police. - (Black-on-White)
vagrant Chico Negro facing 21
years after being convicted for
the early morning rape of a woman
in an alley
OROVILLE, (Northern) CA — District Attorney Mike Ramsey announced on Friday that a Butte County jury found a black man guilty of raping a woman in a Chico, CA alleyway in March 2019. The case is one of the first jury trials since the COVID-19 pandemic began — and was delayed by North Complex West Zone fires.
According to Ramsey, Ishmael Smith, 35, previously homeless in Chico, met the victim, a then 25-year-old woman, as she was walking home from downtown Chico in the early morning hours of March 9, 2019. Ramsey said the victim, who didn’t know Smith, testified at the trial that Smith approached her and began talking to her as she walked. As they passed an alley off Salem Street, however, Smith violently shoved her into the alley and then forced her to the ground, where she was raped. Smith then let her go.
Ramsey said the victim told the court that after the rape, she walked home crying while Smith followed her. The woman locked herself inside her car, fearing that if she went inside her home; he would know where she lived. The woman’s sister took her to Enloe Medical Center after she got a call from the victim around 4:00 a.m. that morning. Smith was identified as the assailant on April 22, 2019, after samples taken from biological samples from the victim’s body were found to be his. On April 22, 2019, the database identified Ishmael Smith as the suspect.
Chico police got a search warrant for Smith who was arrested in Los Angeles by LAPD on April 25. After the jury found Smith guilty of forcible rape, they further found Smith had previously been convicted of a gang-related second-degree robbery in 2006. This prior conviction is a “strike” and adds 13 years to his potential sentence.
Man arrested in connection with
OXFORD, Miss. (WMC) - The Oxford Police Department and the Union County Sheriff’s Department arrested a 21-year-old man in connection with a sexual assault from two months ago. Authorities say the incident occurred in the 2100 block of Old Taylor Road on July 25. The collection of forensic evidence at that crime scene also linked the suspect to another crime that happened on July 20, in the 200 block of Town Center Drive.
On Sept. 8, Wayne Anthony Fiddis was arrested by Union County Sheriff’s Office investigators with the assistance of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. He has been charged with two counts of burglary of a dwelling, two counts of attempted burglary of a dwelling, and one count of sexual battery. After a lengthy investigation into a home being burglarized multiple times in Union County from May through September, Fiddis was identified as a suspect in those crimes. On Sept. 9, Union County Sheriff’s investigators contacted Oxford Police regarding a male identified as Wayne Anthony Fiddis of Marshall County. Fiddis was in custody for a separate crime in their jurisdiction but because of similarities to the crimes in Oxford, they wanted to pass along the information. OPD investigators got DNA from Fiddis and sent it to the state crime lab for comparison. Once the results returned, Fiddis was charged with two counts of burglary-home invasion and one count of rape.
Identify 1 Of 2 Suspects Police
Say Opened Fire On Plainclothes
Officers In Cedarbrook
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Officials have identified one of the two suspects Philadelphia police say opened fire on three plainclothes officers in the city’s Cedarbrook neighborhood on Friday night. Police say Jeffione Thomas is wanted for the attempted murder of Philadelphia police officers. Police say the last known address for Thomas was in the 7800 block of Fayette Street. There is an active warrant out for Thomas’ arrest. The officers were on a plainclothes assignment in Cedarbrook when a man, police believe to be Thomas, was riding a bicycle and fired a gun at their SUV.
As police exchanged fire with him, another man down the street started firing at the officers.
Two of the officers suffered non-life-threatening injuries. A third officer was not hurt.
The Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5 is offering a $10,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest of suspects involved in this incident.
“It’s outrageous and disgusting when two thugs think it’s OK to open fire on three undercover narcotics officers,” said FOP Lodge #5 President, John McNesby. “Our officers were ambushed for simply doing their jobs, working to get drugs and guns off our streets.” “This brazen disrespect of law enforcement is unacceptable.” Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 215-686-8477.
Fort Polk soldier sentenced to
life in prison for sexually
abusing minor at army base
LAKE CHARLES, La. (KPLC) - A former Fort Polk Army Soldier was sentenced to life in federal prison on Tuesday for sexually abusing a minor under the age of 12 years old.
Ronald W. Allen, Jr., 41, was found guilty by a federal jury of sexually abusing the minor on numerous occasions over four years on the Fort Polk Military Base, where Allen lived.
Acting U.S. Attorney Alexander C. Van Hook said the minor gave details to an individual at a school she was attending in a community near Fort Polk and after an investigation, the DNA evidence obtained from where the abuse occurred matched Allen’s DNA.
“This sentence sends a clear message that those who abuse children will be brought to justice,” Van Hook said. “These crimes are particularly heinous because children put their trust in adults and especially those who serve in the United States Military.”
Allen was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $72,000, Van Hook said.
Springfield man indicted after
allegedly sexually assaulting,
beating, choking woman
A Springfield man has been indicted after allegedly sexually assaulting, beating and choking a woman repeatedly over the course of nearly 10 hours, according to court records.
Aaron Hammond, 45, was indicted in Clark County Common Pleas Court this week on four counts of rape, two counts of kidnapping, three counts of felonious assault and one count of abduction. As of Tuesday afternoon, he was listed as an inmate in the Clark County Jail. Police began investigating Hammond after they were dispatched to Springfield Regional Medical Center on May 28 on a report of a sexual assault, according to an affidavit filed in the case. At the hospital, officers interviewed the victim who told them the night before she had rented a room at the Relax Inn so she “could consume some alcohol with friends.” The victim said her friends left the hotel room around 11:30 p.m. and shortly after Hammond arrived and she let him in, the affidavit said.
The victim said Hammond made her remove her clothes and, “proceeded to hit, smack, choke and sexually assault her.” The woman told investigators that she was choked at times to the point of passing out. “She stated that she was told by Hammond that if she reported this to the police or went to the hospital that he would finish what he started and kill her,” the affidavit said. The victim left the motel and drove immediately to the hospital, according to the affidavit.
HISPANIC NYC murder suspect
threatens suicide by cop - (after
murdering his White girlfriend)
A Manhattan murder suspect called the NYPD Crime Stoppers tip hotline on his own self Saturday — but instead of turning himself in, he dared cops to come get him, vowing to end his own life and take some of them down with him.
Joshua Martinez, 33, remains at large in the fatal stabbing of his NON-hispanic girlfriend last week.
Carol Nystrom was found dead in her Inwood apartment Thursday, authorities said.
On Saturday, a man police believe was Martinez rang the hotline, a department spokesman said.
“He called in and said he is planning on killing himself by shooting and killing some cops,” the NYPD said.
Nystrom’s Facebook page features a backdrop of butterflies, the beach and flowers. She listed her hobbies as “advocating equality and justice for all, photographing graffiti and urban life.”Martinez is 5-foot-6, 165 pounds and was last seen wearing a gray Yankees jersey. He is known to hang around Washington Heights and Inwood, cops said.
|Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS|
HISPANIC Queens man charged with
metal-pipe attack on elderly gas
A Queens man bashed an elderly Long Island gas station worker with a metal pipe after the clerk asked him to keep his distance, police said.
Hiram Vega, 41, of Flushing, was arrested Friday by Nassau County Police and charged with first degree assault in the April 3 attack at a Freeport Shell gas station, according to cops. Vega was paying for his purchase with a $10 bill at the Merrick Road store around 10:30 p.m. when the clerk asked him to back away, to prevent the possible spread of coronavirus, police said. Enraged, Vega retrieved a metal bar from his car, came back into the gas station and beat the 67-year-old clerk in the head, ribs and leg, leaving him with a “large laceration” and fractured skull, police said.
Vega fled, and the victim was taken to the hospital.
|Man, Justin Savoie, sentenced after police find loaded gun in his buttocks during strip search|
of BLACK Privilege: Now, a Third
???woman??? pretending to
be BLACK for some 'affirmative
"First there was Jessica Krug, then CV “They” Vitolo-Haddad, and today there is Satchuel “They” Cole. These white women activists just don’t get that while transgenderism is practically the coolest, most sacred identity imaginable in 2020, transracialism is Worse Than Hitler." (??)
|Shaking All Over! 4.5 magnitude of passing of leftish queen of scotus etc.|
shows LAPD officer shooting
protester in groin at close range
Ben Montemayor, a 28-year-old filmmaker, suffered serious injuries to his testicles as a result
and was rushed into emergency surgery, he told The Times in the days that followed.
wildfire smoke clears, criminal
rioting resumes in Portland
Demonstrators participated in criminal activity and threw items at officers, police said, leading to 11 arrests.
enforcement intercepts package of
ricin mailed to Trump: report
The package appears to have been sent from Canada,
|White women are allegedly bullying Guggenheim staffers of color to join their cause|
female internet conservative
personality Candace Owens accuses
Amazon of damaging her new book:
‘This is unacceptable’
|Nearly 100 protesters arrested at Abolish ICE protests in NYC|
Coney Barrett emerges as a
front-runner to fill Ginsburg
Supreme Court seat
in 2019 Trump said he was “saving [Barrett] for Ginsburg.”
Democrats, including (jewish) Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, pressed Barrett on whether her Catholic faith
would cloud her legal judgment.
|Feinstein was born Dianne Emiel Goldman in San Francisco, to Betty (née Rosenburg), a former model, and Leon Goldman, a surgeon. Feinstein's paternal grandparents were Jewish immigrants from Poland. Her maternal grandparents, the Rosenburg family, were from Saint Petersburg, Russia. While they were of German-Jewish ancestry, they practiced the Russian Orthodox (Christian) faith, as was required for Jews residing in Saint Petersburg. The Christian faith was passed down to Feinstein's mother, who insisted on her transferal from a Jewish day school to a prestigious local Catholic school; however, Senator Feinstein lists her own religion as Judaism. Feinstein graduated from Convent of the Sacred Heart High School, San Francisco in 1951|
||Tierny REAL News Network Updates|
|18 September 2020|
Searching For Suspects Accused
Of Shooting Up 2 Camden County
Police Officers’ Home
CAMDEN, N.J. (CBS) — Authorities are asking for the public’s help locating the suspects accused of targeting two officers in an attack at their home earlier this week. The alleged incident happened on Tuesday around 11:45 p.m. on the 2900 block of Clinton Street in East Camden.
“Scumbag. “Thug.” That’s what officials are calling the people responsible for shooting the home of two Camden County police officers. Officials are hoping you can help in their investigation.
“Everyone is investigating this and helping us to bring these thugs in to justice,” Camden County Police Chief Joseph Wysocki said “We are going to catch them, and we are going to bring them in.” he home of two Camden County police officers was targeted just after 11:45 p.m. Tuesday night. A 1998 Honda Odyssey was captured on camera firing multiple rounds into the home on the 2900 block of Clinton Street in East Camden.
“Ten days before this incident, they had their first baby together and started a family,” Wysocki said.
Their newborn, just 10 days old, was there as six rounds hit the home.
Wysocki said the two officers and their baby were not injured in the incident and the officers remain on family and medical leave.
The officers have worked for the department for four years and two years, respectively.
Township Police Department
announces arrest of black man
wanted for murders of disabled
White mother, 11 yr-old daughter
Clinton Township, Macomb County, Michigan --- Henry Johnson was taken into custody by Clinton Township Police Detectives, along with the US Marshals Service, at his Detroit residence on Tuesday, September 15, 2020, without incident.
Johnson was "lodged" at the Clinton Township Police Department until his arraignment on Wednesday, September 16, 2020. Mr. Johnson was arraigned on a two-count felony warrant for Homicide – Open Murder, in connection to the 2013 murders of Ms. Tina Geiger and her daughter Krissy Geiger.
Mr. Johnson received a $500,000 cash bond and then was transported to the Macomb County Jail. -Lt. Dina Caringi, Criminal Investigations Division. Case #13-29970.
County homicide detectives charge
BLACK man for murder of WHITE
woman in McKeesport
Allegheny County homicide detectives charged a man Thursday in connection with the death of a woman in McKeesport in April.
Gerald L. Walker, 37, of McKeesport is charged with criminal homicide and carrying a firearm without a license, according to court documents.
On April 26, police received a call around 5:30 a.m. about reports of an unresponsive female found at the intersection of Rogena Street and Riverview Avenue, according to the criminal complaint. When officers arrived at the scene, they found Amber Dolby, 38, of Duquesne with a gunshot wound to the head. Authorities pronounced her dead at the scene.
[the gruesome details are just too long to reprint or even condense here - see link for details]
do drugs. Especially don't buy
from, sell to and/or share drugs
BLACK beast charged with
murder after body believed to be
missing (WHITE) North
Carolina man found
CHATHAM, Va. – Authorities charged a man with murder in connection with a homicide investigation after they found a body in Pittsylvania County on Thursday.
The Raleigh Police Department believes the body is William Anderson “Andy” Banks, who has been missing out of North Carolina since Saturday.
34-year-old Justin Merritt is now facing a murder charge. Authorities arrested him Monday in Danville and originally charged him with robbery with a dangerous weapon, larceny of a motor vehicle and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Banks was meeting someone at a shopping center in Raleigh to sell his Range Rover, which was later found abandoned in Danville. Police had help from the Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office and said the body will be sent to the coroner in Roanoke for an autopsy and positive identification. On Wednesday, Raleigh police announced that they were investigating Banks' disappearance as a homicide.
Appomattox man charged with second
degree murder of (white) Lynchburg
wore a lip ring)
LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET)-- The Lynchburg Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred on Thursday, Sept. 17. LPD says at 11:26 p.m. on Thursday, officers responded to a call for a gunshot in the 2100 block of Pocahontas Street. Officers found a female deceased in the residence with a single gunshot wound.
The deceased was identified as 25-year-old Cansas Carolyn Crotts of Lynchburg.
They say the suspect was identified and arrested on the scene.
36-year-old Kevin O'Neal Allen of Appomattox is charged with second degree murder and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.
A GoFundMe account has been set up following the death of Cansas Crotts. The account is an education fund for the four children Casas left behind. This is an ongoing investigation.
of interracial dating
(consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL
Man (with knife) Arrested After
Allegedly Attacking (White
elderly) Attendees Of Aliso Viejo
ALISO VIEJO, CA (CBSLA) — A 33-year-old man has been arrested after allegedly attacking a number of people at a Wednesday night rally held in support of President Donald Trump in Aliso Viejo.
“He took his hand way back like he was going to punch me, and [he] hit me right across the face,” 84-year-old Donna Snow said. “Broke my earrings off.”
According to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, a retired police officer then got involved and pulled his gun as the man attempted to run from the scene.
Another person at the rally was knocked to the ground by the man while trying to help others, and a third victim was taken to a local hospital with a neck injury.
According to the sheriff’s office, Alvin Gary Shaw was taken into custody on suspicion of elder abuse, assault with a deadly weapon and assault and battery after allegedly attacking three people in attendance.
Officials said Shaw was armed with a knife, which deputies said they found in a nearby bush, and was fighting with Trump supporters.
“This could have been a very serious incident,” Sgt. Dennis Breckner said. “In this case, this was just two groups that disagree, and while we support people and their using their First Amendment rights to put out their message, we prefer that that remain peaceful.”
killed, another injured in
Nashville motel shooting; suspect
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Police say they are looking for a suspect in connection with a deadly shooting at a Nashville motel. The call came in around 11 p.m. Tuesday at a Super 8 motel on Brick Church Pike, located not far from Trinity Lane.
Metro police say a man and woman were found shot just outside of room 219 on the back side of the motel. Both were taken to area hospitals, where the woman, identified as 26-year-old Amanda Baucum, was pronounced deceased. Police say the man is in stable condition.
Witnesses say they heard gunshots and heard a vehicle speed away. Police have released a surveillance photo of the suspect. Anyone with information should call 615-742-7463.
confronted in shower, husband
stabbed in Brookhaven home
invasion by black savage
(Look into his eyes.... nothing inside.... many domestic pets, dogs, cats would show more intelligence, more 'soul')
BROOKHAVEN, Ga. — Police in Brookhaven say they arrested a suspect after he stabbed a man in the face during a home invasion, just weeks after he was released from jail following a similar crime.
The department said Friday that 56-year-old Jimmy David Mils of Atlanta had been apprehended after the home invasion, which began with him confronting a woman in the shower.
Brookhaven Police say the woman's husband confronted Mills, who then stabbed him in the face and stomach. The couple's infant child was also in the house, but not attacked. The department said that in April 2015, Mills committed another home invasion with "extraordinary similarity" to the one committed this week.
In that instance, police say Mills broke into a condo less than one mile from the break-in committed Thursday night. They said he was armed with a knife and assaulted two women before fleeing. He was said to have pleaded guilty in that case to two counts of aggravated assault and possession of a knife during the commission of a crime.
He was sentenced to serve 8-15 years in prison in 2016, and released on parole on Aug. 3 this year.
"The Brookhaven Police Department typically does not reveal information about prior offenses committed by arrestees," the department said in a release. "In this case, however, the extraordinary similarity between this case and a 2015 Brookhaven home invasion demands an exception to that practice."
Fugitive child sex abuse suspect
busted at Connecticut gas station
A Florida fugitive charged with sexually assaulting two children over the span of several years has been arrested in Connecticut, federal officials said.
Maurice Lewis, 33, was busted Wednesday in Branford in connection to child sex abuse charges in Florida, the US Marshals Service announced Thursday on Twitter. Lewis, who was sought on a warrant issued in August, was taken into custody at a gas station after investigators tracked him to the area. He was arrested without incident, the Stamford Advocate reported late Wednesday. Lewis was charged by the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office with two counts of lewd or lascivious molestation of a minor after a woman told Florida deputies in 2017 that he had inappropriately touched her 9- and 17-year-old children.
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Lewdness while on board a (6)
train in Bronx
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|(dark dreadlocked black
African jungle beast) Bronx
shoplifter stabs security guard
with scissors before running off:
A Bronx shoplifter stabbed a security guard with a pair of scissors when he tried to stop him from leaving with the loot, cops said Thursday. The crook grabbed about $110 worth of clothing from the Marshalls department store on West 225th Street in Marble Hill around 12:30 p.m. Sept. 5, police said.
He placed the items inside a backpack and attempted to leave when the 25-year-old guard confronted him, according to cops. The thief allegedly stabbed the worker in the arm with a pair of scissors before fleeing through the front door. He was last seen on foot heading toward Broadway. Cops describe him as about 6 feet tall with a dark complexion, weighing about 200 pounds, with brown eyes and long black dreadlocks. He was last seen wearing a black do-rag, red T-shirt, a surgical mask and black pants.
Father-son duo busted for
allegedly swiping outdoor ATM in
A father-son duo were busted early Wednesday morning for allegedly stealing an outdoor ATM on the Lower East Side, police sources said.
Police are now probing whether Brooklyn residents James Allen, 72, and his 45-year-old son, Ed Allen, are behind more than a half dozen other ATM thefts in Lower Manhattan in the last month, sources said. The relatives were spotted by detectives with the NYPD’s Grand Larceny Division allegedly swiping the ATM located on Clinton Street near Rivington Street at about 4:30 a.m.
The duo sped off in a stolen Ford van, heading north on the FDR drive, where they sideswiped a police car before being caught at East 52th Street. Police sources said an accomplice of the Allens, who was driving a Cadillac, ran over a detective’s foot trying to escape. It’s unclear if the person was arrested. James was charged in Wednesday’s ATM theft and two others, including one in Harlem on June 28 and another at 164 Ludlow St. from May 21, sources said. The father has 11 prior arrests, including grand larceny and assault, sources said. (Son) Ed has been charged in Wednesday’s theft. He has 53 prior arrests, including assault and grand larceny, sources said.
“We have never witnessed anything like this before,” Mateo said. “It’s like out of a movie script, they must have seen this on TV.”
docs detail sick child-porn
charges against (BLACK QUEER
FAGGOT PERVERT) ‘Cheer’ star Jerry
(text of news story)
FAGGOT preying on young
innocent boys -
pervert David Hay pleads
guilty to child pornography charge
A former top Department of Education official pleaded guilty to a federal child pornography charge in Wisconsin on Tuesday.
David Hay, who was most recently the deputy chief of staff to Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, swapped sexually explicit emails with a 15-year-old boy while employed as the principal of a Wisconsin high school in May 2010, according to prosecutors.
Hay was canned from the DOE after his Dec. 2019 arrest at Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport for attempting to lure a 14-year-old to a local hotel room with a hot tub for sex. The disgraced educator was busted after months of messaging a cop he believed was a teen he’d be meeting up with named “Colton.”
Boys and paramilitary groups (allegedly)
join hundreds of armed
protesters outside Michigan Capitol
to protest a recent push to ban guns from the Capitol building and the Democratic governor’s stay-at-home orders to (allegedly) prevent coronavirus spread,
Group of ‘armed citizens’ confronts
health workers conducting random
charged with damaging federal
building in George Floyd protests
The destruction will cost over $71G to repair
ANTIFA murder suspect 'pointed the
handgun' at police during fatal
shooting, officials say
The Portland murder suspect who was killed in a police-involved shooting in Washington at the beginning of September had pointed his gun at law enforcement during the confrontation, officials recently announced. Michael Forest Reinoehl “pointed the handgun that he had in his possession at the officers at the time of the shooting,” the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release Thursday. Police were in the area at the time as part of their investigation into the Aug. 29 death of Aaron “Jay” Danielson in Portland, after they had obtained a search warrant for Reinoehl’s vehicle, the press release states.
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Court Joostice (((Ruth Bader
Ginsburg))) dies at 87
|When was the last time there was White Male Protestant Supreme Court of the United State|
|Upon Justice Stevens' retirement, which formally began on June 28, 2010, the Court lacked a Protestant member, marking the first time in its history that it was exclusively composed of Jewish and Catholic justices.|
District Attorney Larry Krasner
gets courts to halt public
broadcast of criminal trials
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|17 September 2020|
Man charged in fatal South Bend
stabbing - (of white girlfriend)
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) - Richard Lee Alexander has been arrested and charged in connection with the South Bend stabbing death of 37-year-old Catherine Minix.
Minix' body was found Sunday in the 900 block of Fairview. Alexander was arrested on an outstanding warrant and is being held at the St. Joseph County Jail. He is charged with murder, a felony; and invasion of privacy, a class A misdemeanor. Alexander’s initial hearing and arraignment are scheduled for Sept. 18 at 1 p.m.
Police say the Minix and Alexander had a history of domestic violence issues, and charging documents indicate that a No Contact Order was in place preventing the two interacting. Those documents also allege that after stabbing Minix, Alexander went to his ex-wife’s home and told her he was going to prison. When asked why he said that, Alexander told her “Because I killed the b****".
Bobbi Fein, a friend of Minix, says that (sic) two had been dating at one point but were no longer together and Catherine was ready to move on when Richard Alexander allegedly stabbed and killed her.
.....16 News Now Reporter Mark Peterson covered the story of ‘The River Park Rapist" back in the 90’s when Richard Alexander was the suspect. He was convicted of twice in a series of sexual assaults in the River Park Neighborhood that took place in the summer of ’96. At trial, Alexander was identified by one victim who never saw his face, but by the sound of his voice.
In 2001, DNA testing proved conclusively that someone else was responsible for the crimes and Alexander was released from prison. Court records show that Alexander was charged three separate times this year with violating a protective order in February, April, and May. - (Black-on-White)
of interracial dating
(consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL
identifies BLACK suspect accused
of shooting federal officer
outside of Phoenix courthouse
PHOENIX — New federal paperwork and interviews with relatives provides information about the man accused of shooting a federal court officer Tuesday in downtown Phoenix.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has identified James Lee Carr as the alleged shooter.
The 68-year-old grandfather from Phoenix apparently struggled with mental illness for decades, according to family members and neighbors.
Agents say around 11:30 a.m., Carr fired three shots from his Cadillac at a security officer who was doing a routine check of a UPS vehicle. Court documents reveal Carr hit the man once in his bulletproof vest before driving off. The officer got up and shot back eight times. Carr allegedly called his brother, according to an FBI report, and told him "he wanted to die because he shot a security guard."
of (White) Raleigh man's
disappearance now being
investigated as a homicide -
RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- The disappearance of a Raleigh man missing from the Cameron Village area is now being investigated as a homicide, the police department announced on Wednesday. No charges have been filed in the case, but officers said they suspect foul play is involved in Andy Banks' disappearance.
Banks has not been seen or heard from since Saturday when he told friends he was going to the Cameron Village area to meet a man who (said he) was interested in buying his SUV. "Regardless of what state Andy is in, everybody just wants there to be an end to this part of it, to know where he is," friend Cliff Cash said Wednesday. "That really happened pretty fast, so I think that's pretty solid police work and I know the family feels that way." Banks' family did not comment on the latest developments.
Banks' 2011 Range Rover, which he was trying to sell, was found Monday afternoon in Danville, Virginia.
On Tuesday, Justin Fernando Merritt, 34, was arrested and accused of stealing Banks' vehicle. Arrest warrants out of Wake County released on Monday said Merritt used a gun to threaten Banks and steal his SUV.
Banks has still not been located. It states that Banks' phone was found on the side of a road in North Carolina after he was reported to have met with Merritt. The warrant shows police searched Merritt's home and found a handgun, three phones, boxes of ammunition and two spent shell casings. - (Black-on-White)
Waukegan man sentenced to 60 years
for killing woman who was ramming
SUV into his car
A Waukegan man who opened fire on a woman who was ramming his car was sentenced Thursday to 60 years in prison for the woman’s first-degree murder.
Farid Rakin, 52, was found guilty earlier this year in the June 5, 2017, shooting death of 24-year-old Ciera Davis of Waukegan. He faced a minimum term of 45 years in prison, an enhanced penalty based on his use of a firearm to commit a murder.
Lake County Judge Patricia Fix lamented the combustible combination of events that led to Rakin firing seven bullets at Davis outside a house party. “I wish everyone would have walked away that night, but we can’t turn the clock back,” Fix said. Davis went to the party, where she got into a fight with Rakin – they had been in a relationship -- after finding him with another woman, according to trial testimony.
Davis got into her SUV and began ramming it into Rakin’s unoccupied car before Rakin fired on her, striking her twice.
FAGGOT 'TV celebrity' ‘Cheer’ Star
Jerry Harris Arrested - was trying
to HOMO-bugger two White boys
High-profile cheerleader Jerry Harris has been arrested and charged with production of child pornography after allegedly enticing a 13-year-old he met on Instagram to send him explicit photos and videos, even meeting up with the boy at a cheerleading event to solicit oral sex, federal authorities said Thursday.
Prosecutors allege that he befriended two twin teenage brothers online, both 13, and “repeatedly solicited child pornography images and videos” from both. A criminal complaint also details Harris’ encounters with three other minors that didn’t form the basis of the criminal charge, including a 15-year-old boy who Harris admitted having anal and oral sex with at a cheerleading event in 2019, and a 17-year-old boy who was paid $2,000-$3,000 by Harris to send photos and videos—and to eventually hide the evidence.
Man Who Posed As 17-Year-Old,
Sexually Assaulted Teens He Met
Online Believed To Have More
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A 22-year-old man police say posed as a teenager in order to meet minors and sexually assault them may have more victims.
Princeton Bloome was arrested on June 25 and has been charged with several felony counts for crimes against children. He is being held on $850,000 bail and is scheduled to make his next court appearance on Sept. 30.
LAPD officials say Bloome posed as a 17-year-old, used false identities and made up stories about his lifestyle. After forming online relationships with teens, he would meet them in person and sexually assault them, according to police.
The latest incidents happened this year. In May, Bloome allegedly met a 16-year-old online in West Los Angeles, then sexually assaulted the teen when they met in person. In January, police say Bloome assaulted a 13-year-old in the North Hollywood area, then threatened the teen and the teen’s family.
Bloome also faces charges in the 2018 sexual assault of a 13-year-old in the Topanga area. After they met online, police say he lured the teen to a place where the sexual assault happened. According to investigators, Bloome used threats against the teen and the teen’s family in order to meet again several times during a one-month period.
Pennsylvania Woman Accused Of
Abducting Boy From Illinois Who
She Met Online
MCKEESPORT, Pa. (KDKA) — A local woman is accused of abducting a 15-year-old boy who she met online. Allegheny County Sheriff’s deputies arrested 20-year-old Lilandra Redman at a home in McKeesport on Wednesday. Police say Redman had been in contact with the victim for years and convinced him to leave with her from his home in Illinois. Police say the two used social media and apps to talk.
Officials say Redman used Uber to travel to the boy’s home on Aug. 3, and the child left a note to his parents saying he went to New York City with a woman named Jessica. The two then flew back to Pennsylvania. The boy was found last month at Redman’s home in Beaver County, but Redman was not located until Wednesday, law enforcement says.
veteran robbed of $200 by "scum of
the earth" black scavenger ghoul
as he had heart attack on bus
A Virginia bus passenger was robbed as he was having a heart attack by a man who told the driver he would help care for him. The robbery took place shortly after the elderly victim, a US Air Force veteran, fell sick and collapsed on the bus in the city of Richmond. Police say that when the driver pulled over and ordered all of the passengers off the bus to clear it for emergency responders, Damontea Chappell offered to stay with the victim until help arrived.
Chappell, 20, was then allegedly caught on bus security cameras going through the victim’s pockets and stealing $200 in cash from his wallet. Authorities say the victim, who was on his way to see a doctor, was pronounced dead of natural causes at the scene.
NYC education union boss wasted
members’ dues on interior
The president of Local 372 — which represents some of the lowest-paid city staffers — has drained the group’s coffers on salary hikes, unnecessary decorating and a $10 million Manhattan office space, two members allege in a new lawsuit.
Union members Paul Brathwaite, who is running for president, and Anthony Gordon, who is running for executive vice president, leveled the explosive charges against current president Shaun Francois in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Manhattan Supreme Court and aimed at shedding more light on the organization’s books. The pair allege that Francois’ “profligate spending” has led to a $10 million decline in the group’s liquid assets over five years, the suit says.
|Utah man arrested for
allegedly blackmailing and
soliciting minor for nude images,
LA VERKIN CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) — A southern Utah man is in custody after police say he solicited a 17-year-old girl for sex and pornography and later blackmailed her when she no longer wanted contact with him.
Marquez Jessup, 27, of La Verkin faces three felony counts of sexual exploitation of a child, one felony count of sexual extortion, and one felony count of sexual solicitation of a child. Jessup and the victim, now 18, allegedly met through a friend and began communicating through Snapchat where he first solicited nude images and videos. They later entered a sexual relationship, according to police.
“For some photos and videos, he said he’d pay her $40 and later offered her $400 for a sexual relationship,” La Verkin City Police Chief Benjamin Lee said. “Marquez Jessup is a predator who specifically targeted a vulnerable individual and used technology to his advantage.” After the initial encounter, police say she felt “very uncomfortable” by the situation and cut off contact. Jessup then allegedly threatened to the photos and videos she had already sent him online if she didn’t continue their arrangement.
Activist "Sarah"(?) McBride Wins
Delaware State Senate Primary
DOVER, Del. (AP) – Transgender activist Sarah McBride won a Democratic-Satani state Senate primary in Delaware on Tuesday and is poised to make history as the first transgender person elected to the state’s General Assembly. McBride, who interned at the White House during President Barack Obama’s administration, made history at the 2016 Democratic National Convention by becoming the first transgender person to speak at a major party convention. She later served as national press secretary for the Human Rights Campaign.
Forever and Ever: Losing My Husband at 24 - It 'married' another 'transgendered thing that died of oral cancer
|Guard pulls gun on ICE protesters inside FBI building in NYC, video shows|
PSYCHOPATHIC SEXUALLY PSYCHOTIC
DEVIANT - (but IT does have 'splotchy
Another race-faker unmasked: Teacher admits lying about being black and resigns from University of Wisconsin-Madison
A University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate student has resigned from a teaching role after admitting to lying about being black.
CV Vitolo-Haddad, who identifies as non-binary and goes by 'they' or 'them' pronouns, pretended on multiple occasions to be black or Latino although the teacher is actually Southern Italian and Sicilian.
Vitolo-Haddad failed to correct peoples' assumptions about racial identity, 'entered Black organizing spaces' and on three occasions didn't say no when others asked about being black. Vitolo-Haddad confessed to the deception in two Medium blog posts and apologized for 'every ounce of heartbreak and betrayal' caused by the false claims. The grad left a teaching assistant job at the university as well as the role as co-president of the Teaching Assistants' Association (TAA).
|Delaware State Police Searching For Suspects Who Threw Raw Eggs At Children, Adults Attending Republican Rally In Wilmington|
Future of the United States of
America: Light after Darkness -
Tuesday, 8 September 2020 - Hugo
|16 September 2020|
Man Accused of Gunning Down
Neighbor on Front Lawn After
‘Heated Argument’ Over His Pit
An 80-year-old man is accused of shooting and killing a neighbor after a “heated argument” over dogs on Monday in Cleveland, Ohio. During a Wednesday arraignment, Johnny Hogue pleaded not guilty to the charge of aggravated murder in the death of 68-year-old Barbara Rogers.
WOIO’s report on the shocking case said a “heated argument” about Hogue’s pit bulls led to the defendant shooting Rogers multiple times on a front lawn.
Anita Kirk said she had just gotten back from the grocery store with Rogers.
Kirk said the she herself was the one who called police the day before because Hogue shot at one of her dogs. Kirk said that she was arguing with Hogue on Monday and then Hogue responded by shooting Rogers several times in the chest, killing her.
“He did it in front of me. Me and him was the ones going at it,” Kirk said. “He shoots his gun off on the side of my house. He’s done several things and has it been reported? Yes.” News Cleveland 5, citing the preliminary police understanding of what occurred, reported that Rogers tried to intervene as Hogue argued with another neighbor (likely Kirk, based on her public statements). Hogue then allegedly shot the victim and went back inside his residence. Acccording to WOIO, neighbors said that Rogers was recently attacked by Hogue’s dogs.
black man stabs library employee
in eye with scissors, Daytona
Beach police say
This story has been updated to reflect the suspect’s legal name of Burman Bedford. The story initially identified him as Burnian Bedford, which is an alias he uses,
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – A woman was attacked and injured Tuesday inside a Daytona Beach library, according to police. The attack happened around 11:30 a.m. at the Daytona Beach Regional Library at City Island at 105 E. Magnolia Ave, police said.
The victim, a 63-year-old employee at the library, was working in the children’s section when the man walked in, greeted her then attacked her with a pair of scissors, which entered one of her eyes, according to police. The woman was taken to Halifax Health Medical Center to be treated for injuries to her face and arms, police said. The suspected attacker was taken into police custody, according to authorities. Authorities said video of the incident shows the attack was unprovoked, but police believe the man and woman had seen each other before.
black killer) Teen
to be sentenced for fatal stabbing
of classmate at Warren high school
(WXYZ) — Tanaya Lewis, the teen who pleaded no contest to stabbing and kill her classmate at Warren Fitzgerald High School in 2018, will be sentenced on Wednesday. Lewis, 19, pleaded no contest to first-degree murder on Aug. 12 and will be sentenced as a juvenile. She faces up to 30 years in prison.
Lewis and 16-year-old Danyna Gibson were both in her 2nd period class. During a transition into a group project, Teacher Sara Sonnenfeld testified she suddenly saw Danyna run across the room. "I see Tanaya continuing to run after her. Smiling," says Sonnefeld emotionally. That's when she says she saw an object in Tanaya's hand that looked like scissors or a knife. Teacher Sara Sonnefeld said in a preliminary exam she grabbed the teen from the back and pushed her out of the classroom into the hallway, struggling to keep Tanaya out of the classroom. “Is she saying anything at this time?" asked the prosecuting attorney. "She told Evan, she told Evan, I hope she dies, I hope she dies," Sonnefeld responded.
Gibson died from 2 stab wounds. Prosecutors say she and Lewis liked the same boy, a boy named Evan.
18-year-old tried to rob cab
driver in Aloha, got shot with his
own gun - in his butt
WASHINGTON COUNTY, OR (KPTV) - Deputies arrested a man early Tuesday morning after they say he tried to rob a cab driver at gunpoint and was later shot through the hip with his own gun.
Josiah Johnson, 18, tried to rob the cab driver after getting picked up in Gresham and asking for ride to the Aloha area, according to the Washington County Sheriff's Office. Due to the long distance, the driver asked Johnson for pre-payment or collateral, so Johnson gave the driver his cell phone, the sheriff's office says.
Once in the Aloha area, the driver stopped at a home near the intersection of Southwest 188th Court and Southwest Farmington Road. Johnson allegedly tried to pay the driver with a fake $100 bill, but the driver immedietly recognized the bill as fraudulent and did not return Johnson's phone, according to investigators.
Johnson then pulled out a gun, pointed it at the back of the driver's head and started yelling at him, but the cab driver couldn't understand, deputies said. The driver told investigators he saw an opportunity to grab the gun, causing a struggle that ended with the gun firing and hitting Johnson. The bullet entered Johnson's left hip and exited out his left buttocks, investigators said.
dreaded black) Suspect responsible
for attacking a woman near UofM
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - The suspect wanted for assaulting a woman on Spottswood Avenue last week was arrested and charged Tuesday morning. And now the two women who feared he might come after them are relieved an arrest has been made.
Nursing student Ellen Authement is thankful that 28-year-old Pshawn Oliver is behind bars.
Police say Oliver approached the victim as she was entering her apartment. She fought back getting her teeth knocked out and jaw injured. She got away and ran to the rental home Authement and her roommate live in. Authement did not want to be identified when she was originally interviewed because the suspect was still on the run. She says her roommate was petrified before the arrest.
Police identified the suspect as Oliver, with long dreads captured on surveillance video. He had close-cropped hair when he was arrested Tuesday morning. Oliver is a registered sex offender who was released after finishing a 13-year sentence in Oct. last year for aggravated rape. He is on lifetime supervision as a violent sex offender.
He was convicted of rape when he was 15 years old along with 17-year-old Michael Love.
Police documents show a 26-year-old woman was assaulted by the teenagers while she held her 14-month-old child. Her 5-year-old son was asleep in a bedroom. The teens were neighbors of the victim.
Child sex offender arrested in 2
rape investigations after standoff
WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - Wichita police have arrested a 33-year-old parole absconder in connection with recent sexual assaults following an hourslong standoff.
Sedgwick County jail records show Patrick Newborn was booked for rape, attempted rape, criminal threat, criminal possession of a firearm, a state parole violation and aggravated counts of criminal sodomy, robbery, kidnapping and burglary.
Capt. Jason Stephens said the investigation began on August 29 when two people reported being robbed at gunpoint in the 6100 block of East Boston. He said the female victim reported being sexually assaulted by the suspect one to two weeks prior.
Then on September 13, police responded to the 700 block of South Pershing where a 32-year-old woman said an armed man entered her home, demanded money, sexually assaulted her and left.
Capt. Stephens said investigators were able to confirm the cases were connected and developed Newborn as a suspect.
man dismembered girlfriend,
brought decomposing body parts to
Illinois by bus
MARKHAM, Ill. — A man is facing charges after police found a woman's remains inside her boyfriend's bags in Illinois. Those remains, police say, were transported from Louisville.
According to police, Melvin Martin Jr. went to visit his family in Markham, Illinois, with multiple bags. Markham police said the family became suspicious of the bags, and had noticed a smell.
When Martin left the house Tuesday, family members reportedly opened one of the bags. Police there said the parts they found in the bag were that of his girlfriend, who had been chopped up.
They found a head, organs and the bottom half of her body. The torso was missing, police said. Markham police said the woman had been dead for at least 30 days before her transport and had been previously reported missing.
They believe her death started as a domestic assault. ...he eventually gave a full statement to police, admitting that the torso was buried in a park near where the two lived in Louisville. When asked about why he kept parts of her body, Martin told police he still wanted to be with her -- at least part of her.
(non-white) Dallas men arrested
for sex trafficking in connection
to 13-year-old rescued from Irving
hotel last November
A grand jury indicted Kention Obryan Johnson and Sergio Trinidad Carvajal on charges of conspiracy to commit sex trafficking and sex trafficking of children.
DALLAS — Two Dallas men were arrested Sept. 9 after a grand jury indicted them on charges of conspiracy to commit sex trafficking and sex trafficking of children, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Northern District of Texas. A third man, accused of advertising sex with a minor online, is already in federal custody and faces the same charges. A third man, 34-year-old Curtis Vance Mathis, is accused of advertising the girl on an illegal sexual services website, CityXGuide.com, which has since been shut down, officials said. “This victim admitted that she had been trafficked multiple times. In fact that night, she had been sexually assaulted by multiple men in quick succession,” Nealy Cox added.
Mud foreigner Accused consulate
rock-thrower arrested for menacing
people with bat
A man arrested for chucking rocks at New York City consulates this summer was taken into custody again Tuesday after police sources said he was threatening people with a baseball bat in Midtown East.
Reza Mashayekhi, 34, has been charged with menacing after police arrested him with the bat on First Avenue and 49th Street around 5:30 p.m., according to law enforcement sources.
Police also charged him with several new criminal mischief counts, accusing him of throwing rocks at three additional consulates: the German consulate on Aug. 15, the Mexican consulate the following day and the Italian consulate on Sept. 10, the sources told The Post.
foreigner RUSSIAN "Queens man"
attempted to sneak dogs through
JFK inside luggage: feds
A Queens man attempted to smuggle two dogs from Russia through JFK inside a secret compartment in his carry-on luggage — and get another nine past customs using sketchy medical paperwork, US officials allege.
Ildar Gimadiev, 35, of Corona declared three Dobermans, four Yorkshire terriers, a Dalmatian and a Golden Retriever at Kennedy Airport customs on Sept. 8 — only for CDC reviewers to conclude their vaccination papers were possible forgeries, according to documents filed by Brooklyn federal prosecutors Monday.
Muslim man faces terror charge for
allegedly joining IS
MINNEAPOLIS — A Minnesota man accused of joining the Islamic State group has been returned to the United States and faces a terrorism charge after spending more than a year in Syrian custody with alleged IS fighters, according to documents unsealed Wednesday.
Abdelhamid Al-Madioum, 23, made his first appearance in U.S. District Court in Minnesota, appearing via video from a cell. Authorities say he was vacationing with his family in Morocco in 2015 when he secretly booked a flight to Istanbul, Turkey, and then traveled to Iraq and Syria, where he joined IS.
He was indicted last week on one count of providing support to a foreign terrorist organization.
|'F*** the white people': elderly couple, others harassed Pittsburgh restaurant by 3 BLFecalM niggers|
Beer bandit BLM BITCH who downed
elderly couple's drink at
Pittsburgh restaurant and screamed
'f*** the white people' is charged
with harassing diners along with
Three (niggers) are now facing criminal charges for harassing diners at a restaurant in Pittsburgh during a Black Lives Matter protest over Labor Day weekend.
Misdemeanor charges were filed against Monique Craft, 35, Kenneth McDowell, 33, and Shawn Green, 24, on Monday. It's unclear whether they've been taken into custody.
A viral video showed the trio and other protesters screaming 'f*** the white people' and yelling other obscenities at diners outside the Sienna Mercato restaurant on Penn Avenue on September 5.
Craft was dubbed the 'beer bandit' after being seen swiping a drink from an elderly white couple and downing it in front of them before another protester knocked the glass to the ground.
Green, who goes by Lorenzo Rulli, swore at the elderly couple and gave them the finger, according to a police complaint. He also walked up to the front of the restaurant and screamed into an open window.
Police identified McDowell as the 'ringleader' and said he used a megaphone to scream obscenities at diners sitting outside Sienna Mercato and others passing by, as seen in the video.
McDowell was also accused of getting into an alteration with a McDonald's manager in another protest video that went viral.
|SF Negress Mayor Announces Launch Racist Program to Provide Basic Income ($15K) to Sows to Pump Out Niglets|
Lancaster protester held on $1
million bail is a sorority girl
and 'ally' of the BLACK Student
Tells Prosecutors to Consider
Charging Violent Protesters With
Attorney General William Barr told the nation’s federal prosecutors to be aggressive when charging violent demonstrators with crimes, including potentially prosecuting them for plotting to overthrow the U.S. government, people familiar with the conversation said.
In a conference call with U.S. attorneys across the country last week, Mr. Barr warned that sometimes violent demonstrations across the U.S. could worsen as the November presidential election approaches. He encouraged the prosecutors to seek a number federal charges, including under a rarely used sedition law, even when state charges could apply, the people said.
marching band reportedly cancels
itself due to misconduct accusations
"...we as a Band feel ultimately that it is impossible to reform an organization so grounded in prejudiced culture and traditions.”
The band often reveled in phallic field formations during football games and occasionally cheered for opposing teams.
The historic group, which has been around for over 100 years, didn’t have much to play for anyway, as the school banned the group from official campus functions last year after a prolonged fight over funding.
hurls racial slur at Queens jogger,
chucks bottle at her, video shows
“Get out of here, n—-r, go back to Africa!” the attacker seethed, according to cops.
jury charges Nebraska bar owner in
Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine initially declined to file charges against Jake Gardner in the shooting, saying he had reviewed witness statements and video and believed the bar owner acted in self-defense. But Kleine was criticized for his decision and asked the grand jury to review the case.
Kleine later showed reporters some surveillance video that seemed to show Gardner, his father and protesters exchanging words before Gardner, flashing a gun, backed away. Gardner was shoved to the ground by two people before he fired two shots, sending people scrambling. (The scurrilous black rioter) Scurlock then jumped on Gardner’s back and Gardner shot him. While there was no audio with the video, Kleine said Gardner warned Scurlock to get off of him several times before he fired the fatal shot.
HHS official takes leave of absence
after Facebook rant on CDC
The move came days after a health department spokesman, Michael Caputo, warned of a CDC plot against the president and urged Trump supporters to "buy ammunition."
believes he would have authority to
impose national mask mandate as
president - (or as Communist
|Northern California, Chico, CA Police arrest arson suspect in Bidwell Park|
virus is 'racist' - targeting
Majority of kids who die of coronavirus are Hispanic, Black, or Native American, CDC finds
|Sacred Heart of Jesus statue in Texas cathedral decapitated, destroyed|
happens when you bring up George
Soros on Fox News - and try to
discuss the fact that George Soros
proudly and openly has funded the
campaigns of the District
Attorneys who refuse to prosecute
violent criminals and BLM-Antifa
Even if you are Newt Gingrich, the former Republican Speaker of the House, you will be school-marm'd off the air.
And told that "George Soros doesn't need to be part of this conversation."
Fox News is your Enemy.
Butler strongly recommends this
Bitchute video - "
|15 September 2020|
Worth Police Officer Home From
Rehab Facility After Being Struck,
Dragged By Driver Of Stolen Car In
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – A Fort Worth Police officer seriously wounded in June after being struck by a driver in a stolen car, is home after leaving a rehab facility on Friday, September 11.
Back on Saturday, June 13, Officer Matt Brazeal, a three-year veteran of the Fort Worth Police Department, was preparing to deploy stop sticks on the outside shoulder of 3000 West Loop 820 in an attempt to stop the suspect. Upon approaching Officer Brazeal, the suspect quickly swerved from the roadway toward him.
Police said Officer Brazeal attempted to jump out of the way, “but it was too late and he was struck with such force that the equipment from his gun belt was ripped from his body and scattered throughout the ditch along with freeway as he was caught beneath the vehicle.”
The suspect continued dragging Officer Brazeal beneath the vehicle until he was dislodged as the suspect continued speeding along the service road.
Officers then rushed to Brazeal’s aid. It was apparent that his injuries were life-threatening and CareFlight flew Officer Brazeal to JPS Hospital where he underwent extensive surgery and was placed in the Intensive Care Unit. - (Black-on-White)
Elderly man beaten in Winter Park
over social distancing request
WINTER PARK, Fla. - Winter Park Police say a 70-year-old man was beaten after he asked another man to social distance. In surveillance video obtained by FOX 35 News, the suspect looks to be dragging the victim out of the store by his hair.
Police say the violence erupted after the victim asked Rovester Ingram to step away from him because he wasn’t wearing a mask. “Both of them are regular customers,” said Mohamed Tutul, who works at the Citgo gas station on Orange Avenue where the incident happened Tuesday. Tutul says the two men started arguing at the counter.
“He mad. He tells me, ‘I come in here every day. Why are you telling me 6 feet,’” he recalled the suspect saying. Investigators say the victim walked out of the store and Ingram followed. Then, as the 70-year-old heads back in, Ingram begins punching and kicking him. Tutul says he called the police. Police say the beating went from inside the store and then back outside. Police say, “The victim was on his stomach as Ingram repeatedly punched him on his back, then spat on him and kicked him in the head before walking away.” The victim was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, including broken bones. Officers say they recognized Ingram from the surveillance video and arrested him at his home. - (Black-on-White)
general determines deputy was
justified to punch (black) woman
WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI – An investigation by the Michigan Attorney General’s Office found that a deputy with the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office was justified to punch a woman resisting arrest.
The AG’s office will instead be filing felony charges against the woman.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced during a press conference Tuesday, Sept. 15 that Deputy Austin Pearson acted appropriately in using force against Sha’Teina Grady El who was punched three times by the deputy while she was biting him hard enough to draw blood.
County prosecutors seek to charge
teens as adults in fatal shooting
of Cleveland police officer,
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cuyahoga County prosecutors are seeking to charge two teens as adults in the fatal shooting of Cleveland police Det. James Skernivitz and a police informant.
The two teens, ages 15 and 17, are charged in Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court with aggravated murder, aggravated robbery and lesser offenses. A third suspect, 18-year-old David McDaniel Jr., is also charged with aggravated murder in Cleveland Municipal Court. A Cuyahoga County grand jury has not yet reviewed his case. Assistant Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Brett Kyker filed the requests to have the teens’ cases moved to adult court. A hearing in front of Juvenile Court Judge Alison Floyd has not yet been scheduled.
McDaniel and the two teens are accused of fatally shooting Skernivitz and police informant Scott Dingess. - (Black-on-White)
On Camera: 4 black Suspects Attack
Man, Steal His Car From East
Lansdowne Sunoco, Police Say
EAST LANSDOWNE, Pa. (CBS) — Police are searching for four people — three men and a woman — who they say were caught on camera attacking a man outside of a Sunoco in East Lansdowne. It happened on Sept. 1 at the station on the 400 block of Baltimore Avenue. Police say after attacking the man outside the station, they then followed him inside, attacked him again, and got his car keys from his pocket. Police say the suspects drove off in the man’s silver Infiniti while a woman followed behind in a white Hyundai sedan. If you have any information, call police.
sue ‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris in
Tarrant County district court,
claiming he HOMO
sexually exploited them
Two 14-year-old boys and their mother filed suit against Harris and several cheerleading groups.
A lawsuit filed Monday in Tarrant County District Court alleges that Jerry Harris, the 21-year-old star from Netflix’s docuseries Cheer, sexually manipulated and harassed two underage boys he knew through competitive cheerleading.
Along with their mother, the twin boys, 14, filed suit against Harris, as well as Varsity Spirit, a group that organizes cheer competitions across the country; the U.S. All Star Federation, which oversees competitive cheer and dance nationwide; and Cheer Athletics, a chain of gyms that includes locations in Dallas, Plano, Frisco and Austin. The lawsuit accuses Harris of sexual misconduct and the groups of negligence.
In one alleged incident, detailed in the suit, Harris led one of the brothers to a bathroom in the Fort Worth Convention Center and “proceeded to sexually harass and molest,” him, demanding oral sex, during the American Cheerleaders Association’s national competition in February 2019. Harris also sent sexually explicit messages, photos and videos of himself to the boys — and pressured them to reciprocate — the lawsuit claims. - (Black-on-White)
am a Queen of California and you
people are going extinct': Black
passenger is escorted off plane by
police in Sacramento after
launching racial rant when asked
to take her seat
The video of a black passenger claiming to be a 'Queen from California' being taken away by an officer after a racial rant on a plane has been shared online. At the start of the video, a flight attendant can be seen trying to get past the woman, who refuses to move, claiming the flight attendant is antagonising her.
The woman tells the flight attendant not to push her, saying she is trying to go to the bathroom on the plane, which has landed in Sacramento. Trying again, the flight attendant tells the woman to sit down, telling her she needs to get to the door. A blonde woman sitting next to where the incident is unfolding can be heard telling the woman: 'You are not listening'.
In response, speaking louder, the woman in the way says 'I am not a child. I am grown, I'm trying to [go to] the bathroom. Can I go to my bathroom? 'What do I gotta listen to? Are you my boss? You're white privilege, you are not my boss. Sit down! You are white privilege, sit down! You wait for me to get to my bathroom. Please respect me.'
The woman again refuses to move, to which the flight attendant asks someone out of shot to 'call them now,' speaking about airport security. Her rant continues, and the woman begins to be more aggressive towards the woman sitting down, telling her to 'shut up and stay in your lane'.
Passengers sitting in the area appear either bemused or agitated, with some laughing either at or with the woman ranting, saying that she's 'the Queen in this mother f***er.' After a couple more minutes, in which she starts preaching to the other passengers, the woman begins gesturing to someone out of shot.
The camera pans to the right, and shows a black officer walking up the isle and asking the woman to come with him.
Accepting her fate, she agrees to go with the officer, but not without talking back to the blonde woman as she is ushered off the plane. One witness on the plane said it was the 'first time in my life I was scared being a white person, surrounded by the majority of black colored people in the plane.
'This lady was arguing the whole flight with someone next to her and when the plane landed, we were told to stay in our seats but for that lady, there were no rules.'
protesters held on $1M bail EACH
after bricks and bottles thrown at
cops during riot over shooting
nestless, black) Man
charged after 80-year-old woman's
neck slashed in 'random attack'
COLUMBIA, Md. (FOX 5 DC) - Howard County police have charged a 20-year-old man in the assault of an elderly woman on a walking trail in Columbia last week.
Officials said Traquan Malik Waller, of no fixed addressed, is charged with attempted murder, assault and reckless endangerment in what they say was a "random act." Waller is currently hospitalized on an unrelated issue and will be detained there until transported to booking. According to investigators, the attack occurred around 6:35 a.m. last Wednesday in the 7000 block of Cradlerock Way in the Owen Brown area. The woman, bleeding, was able to make her way back inside the lobby of her senior living facility. A neighbor called 911.
|License plate camera leads
police to (black) felon suspected of
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. (CBS46) -- Gwinnett County Police are crediting the use of flock cameras, cameras that read license plates, for assisting them in locating a suspected rapist. On Sept. 13 an officer was alerted by the flock system of a red Nissan Pathfinder believed to be connected to suspected rapist Montrail Haley-Tibbs.
Made In 40-Year-Old Cold Case
Murder Of Michelle ‘Missy’ Jones
FONTANA (CBSLA) — Police on Monday announced the arrest of a Las Vegas man in the 1980 murder of a Fontana teen.
According to police, enhanced technology to assess DNA evidence links 66-year-old Leonard Nash to the killing of 18-year-old Michelle “Missy” Jones.
Jones’s nude body was discovered in a grapefruit grove in the Live Oak and Santa Ana area, and she had been sexually assaulted.
Detectives got Nash’s DNA from discarded items and it was a match to DNA found through Jones’s autopsy. Detectives say through interviewing family members, they discovered that Nash was the victim’s sister’s boyfriend at the time of the murder.
“I want to make it very clear to the family that she was never a piece of trash to us and she was never forgotten,” said Fontana Police Department Detective Katie Clark. “It means more to me than you can imagine to solve a case with my partners from 40 years ago.”
Family members also spoke out at a press conference when police shared news of the suspect’s arrest. “I just wish my mom was here and my dad was here,” said Jones’s sister. “I am happy that he is caught. I am happy that we got closure.”
Caught On Camera: Black Teen
Brandishes Gun Inside Convenience
Store After Clerk Asks For ID
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a teenager who was seen brandishing a handgun in Strawberry Mansion. Investigators released surveillance video of the 16-year-old at the Sunoco mini-mart on North 33rd Street on Sunday, Sept 13. Police say he became irate and pulled the gun from his pocket after the clerk asked him for identification when he attempted to buy a cigar. Police say he knocked over displays and threw items from the shelves while fleeing the store.
["Gee" do you think that 'Anger Management Therapy' actually could have any affect on an African-american teen carrying an illegal stolen gun and 'touchy'?]
Brockton man now charged with
shooting pregnant girlfriend in
BROCKTON, Mass. — Police have filed charges against a Brockton man in connection with the shooting of his pregnant girlfriend. Thirty-year-old Amanda Holyoke, who is 27 weeks pregnant, suffered life-threatening injuries when she was shot in the head.
Shaun Holiday, 26, was charged with murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, reckless endangerment to children and a handful of other charges in connection with the shooting. “Detectives investigating the Sept. 8 shooting at 622 North Main Street, where a gunman shot a woman in the head, have identified and charged the man responsible,” police spokesman Darren Duarte said in a written statement to the Brockton Enterprise on Tuesday.
Maryland caregiver charged with
Maria Gloria Vazquez-Mebo, 35, was charged with first- and second-degree murder
Detectives took Vazquez-Mebo into custody and during an interview
she “confessed to striking the victim multiple times with a blunt object.”
released MS-13 gang member facing
federal murder charge
State prison officials put a reputed MS-13 gang member back on the streets — even though the feds wanted him held on a murder charge that carries the death penalty, The Post has learned.
Ever Morales-Lopez, 26, was granted early parole for a 2018 conspiracy conviction on Long Island and released from the medium-security Washington Correctional Facility in Comstock on Sept. 3, records show.
But a federal arrest warrant for Morales-Lopez had been lodged with National Crime Information Center after he was indicted in July, along with seven other reputed MS-13 members, on racketeering charges that cover six murders, two attempted murders and a kidnapping conspiracy, a law enforcement source familiar with his case said.
The warrant was supposed to ensure he was transferred to federal custody to await trial instead of being sprung, the source said.
Montero, 25, who
fired at cops in Queens faces life
in prison, DA says
A man who shot at cops in Queens as they responded to a domestic assault call over the weekend was locked up without bail and faces life in prison, Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz said Tuesday.
Rodolfo Montero, 25, was charged with attempted murder in the first degree and other crimes for allegedly attacking the mother of his child Sunday and then shooting at officers when they arrived at the College Point home, authorities said.
“Police officers responded to a 911 call of a family dispute involving a firearm,” Katz said. “When they arrived on the scene, they had to take cover after being met by gunfire. Thankfully, the officers were not injured during this dangerous situation.”
CHINESE 21-Year-Old New Jersey Man
Admits To Trying To Aid Hamas
NEWARK. N.J. (CBS/AP) — A Somerset County man who authorities said sought to aid the Islamic militant group Hamas and threatened to “shoot everybody” at an unspecified pro-Israel demonstration pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal charge. Jonathan Xie, 21, of Basking Ridge, now faces up to 10 years in prison when he’s sentenced Jan. 27.
As part of a plea deal reached with federal prosecutors in New Jersey, he pleaded guilty to concealing attempts to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization. Xie sent $100 to a person he believed was affiliated with a faction of Hamas in December 2018, and a few days later, posted on his Instagram account that he was “pretty sure it was illegal but I don’t give a damn,” prosecutors said. The U.S. has designated Hamas a foreign terrorist organization since 1997.
20 percent of Millennials, Gen Z
in NY believe Jews caused the
|Chicago Police: Every Week We Have More Violent Crime Committed By People Who Should Be In Jail|
female Rochester, NY mayor ousts
black police chief and suspends
top lawyer after black drug
|Rochester mayor calls for a federal investigation into the death of Daniel Prude and orders the police chief to step down immediately|
Lancaster man arrested for
allegedly pointing laser into
He was charged on multiple counts, including 6 counts of aggravated assault The suspect, identified as Pedro Junior Velazquez, 26, was found outside of the building. He resisted arrest and had to be restrained to be taken into custody, police said. Velazquez also allegedly shined a laser into the department building early Monday during a night of protests. At least a dozen others were arrested after a deadly police-involved shooting.
|Ohio high school football players suspended after carrying 'thin blue line,' 'thin red line' flags onto field|
Ohio school reinstates football players who had police flags
An Ohio high school reversed the suspension of two football players who defied administrators
by carrying flags that signal support for law enforcement at the start of a game
|EXCLUSIVE: VP hopeful Kamala Harris- who says she supports defunding police - is seen in Miami being protected by dozens of cops as well as a Secret Service agent carrying an assault rifle, a weapon she's vowed to ban|
|Kamala Harris accidentally refers to ‘Harris administration’ during roundtable|
|(SENILE SOCIALIST PUPPET) Joe Biden accidentally refers to ‘Harris-Biden’ ticket after Harris made similar gaffe|
Angeles-area city manager put on
leave over MALCOLM X
"CHICKENS-ROOST" social media post
on two shot deputies
Jose Ometeotl was put on leave pending an investigation, Lynwood City Councilman Salvador Alatorre told Fox News following the council's closed session meeting Tuesday night. Alatorre put forth the motion to discipline or dismiss Ometeotl following his personal Instagram post that read "chickens come home to roost" after two deputies were shot multiple times while sitting in their patrol vehicle Saturday in the nearby city of Compton.
|Uncounted Ballots From New Jersey July Primary Found In Bin|
LA deputy mom, 31, who saved her
partner's life after they were
both ambushed in Compton by gunman
is a former librarian who only graduated from the Police Academy last year
Federal Court Judge Shreds
Pennsylvania Covid Shutdown
- Ron Paul Liberty report video
Color Revolution - Produced by the
military/security complex, media,
and Democrat Party - Paul Craig
charged with starving boy found dead
in feces-covered bed
A Pennsylvania monster and his fiancée fatally starved his 12-year-old son, who was kept locked away in a feces-covered room for years, prosecutors allege. Scott Schollenberger Jr., 42, and Kimberly Maurer, 35, are charged with homicide and child endangerment in the death of Maxwell Schollenberger, whose naked, emaciated body was found on May 26 inside the couple’s Anneville home, The boy never received medical care or went to school, Graf said. An autopsy found that the boy weighed just 47.5 pounds, or roughly half the average weight of a child his age. His death was attributed to blunt force head trauma complicating starvation/malnutrition, Graf said.
|14 September 2020|
BLACK arrested in 2016 death of
82-year-old Oklahoma City WHITE
woman, police say
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City police announced Thursday they made an arrest in the 2016 death of an 82-year-old woman. According to police, on March 7, 2016, officers responded to a check-the-welfare call at a home near South Bryant Avenue and Southeast 59th Street. They found the body of 82-year-old Ikuko George, (no image found) who had injuries consistent with homicide, police said. The case remained unsolved until recently when new information came to light that implicated Antoine Thomas, 18, in the killing of George, according to police.
Thomas was already in jail in connection with the murder of another elderly woman that occurred earlier this year, according to police. On May 22, 2020, the Oklahoma City Fire Department discovered the body of 78-year-old Sara Cleveland while fighting a house fire at near Southeast 44th Street and Sunnylane Road. Cleveland had injuries consistent with homicide, and police said she was killed before the house was set on fire. Police said Thomas was 13 years old at the time of the George’s death, and he is now facing first-degree murder charges in both cases. - (Black-on-White)
UPDATE: TWO+ WHITE VICTIMS
ends for armed and dangerous
(black) suspect after deadly I-24
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says the suspect, 29-year-old Dangelo Dorsey of St. Louis, MO, is no longer a threat to public safety after a brief chase along I-24 east.
Dorsey crashed a vehicle he was driving at mile marker 156.
A female hostage in the backseat of the vehicle is safe.
Woman killed during robbery
attempt at Palm Beach Gardens gas
station by worthless criminal
A woman was shot and killed Friday night during a robbery attempt at a Palm Beach Gardens gas station. Police responded to a report of a robbery with gunshots fired at the Chevron gas station at 12220 Alternate A1A at approximately 10:58 p.m.
Upon arrival, officers located Jacqueline Rae Barthelemy, 36, who was transported to St. Mary's Medical Center. She was later pronounced deceased. Jacqueline leaves behind a husband and two children. Her husband, Michael Cimbrec, said, "They shattered us by taking that for a little bit of money. Just senselessly for whatever reason - couldn't have let her go."
The suspect, 18-year-old Ezequiel Nunez, was identified as the shooter who was attempting to commit a robbery. Nunez was arrested and transported to the Palm Beach County Jail and is facing multiple charges including murder and robbery with a firearm. - (Black-on-White)
Suspect denied bond in
deadly Myrtle Beach Cook Out
shooting of unarmed
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WPDE) — The suspect charged in connection with a shooting at Cook Out in Myrtle Beach is denied bond on all charges in his bond hearing on Friday.
Niko Juwan Williams, 23, is charged with murder, attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime in connection to a deadly shooting in Myrtle Beach. Williams' initial appearance court date is set for Nov. 13 and his docket court date is Dec. 4; both at the Horry County Judicial Center. Officers were called to the Cookout in the 1800 block off North Kings Highway just before 1 a.m. Friday after reports of shots fired, according to Cpl. Thomas Vest. Myrtle Beach police said that Williams was in a verbal altercation that became physical in the parking lot. Two victims tried to intervene in the altercation and were shot. The coroner identified one victim as Albert "AJ" Soles, Jr., 24, from Tabor City. Officers said that he died from his injuries. The other victim was injured but survived.
Police said the victims were completely unarmed and they believe they posed no threat to the defendant.
upgraded against 2 BLACK suspects
after WHITE man dies after bar
WENTZVILLE, Mo. — A man has died, and two people have been charged after a fight at a bar in Wentzville. Charges against the two suspects were upgraded Monday, St. Charles County officials said.
Devin Dodson, 24, was charged with second-degree murder and
30-year-old Deangelo Williams was charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action. According to the Wentzville Police Department, a 27-year-old man was found in the middle of the street in front of a bar in the 100 block of South Linn Avenue at around 1:30 a.m. on Saturday.
The man, later identified as Chaise Dunlap, was severely beaten and was suffering from a significant head wound. Police said Dunlap was involved in an altercation with the suspects before being attacked. During the attack, Williams hit Dunlap in the head with a metal object, police said. After arriving to the scene and searching the area, officers found the suspects and took them into custody. Police said Dunlap was in “very critical condition” and was placed on life support. Sunday night, 5 On Your Side confirmed Dunlap died from his injuries. Dunlap was a veteran and a father to a 4-year-old girl. - (Black-on-White)
stabbing: BLACK Man, 18, charged
with murder after mother working
at Wicker Park store stabbed to
death, police say
CHICAGO (WLS) -- A Chicago man has been charged in connection with the stabbing death of a 32-year-old woman as she worked in a Wicker Park Walgreens Sunday, Chicago police said.
Sincere Williams, 18, has been charged with one felony count of first-degree murder, police said. Police say Williams walked into the store at 1372 N. Milwaukee just after 9:30 a.m. with the intention of robbing the place, police said. Instead, investigators say the crime escalated to murder.
"He approached the victim, Olga Calderon, who was just stocking shelves at Walgreens, grabbed her around the neck," Area 5 Commander Eric Winstrom said. "It appears that she tried to push away from Williams, and he began stabbing her multiple times, causing her death."
protests erupt outside precinct in
support of BLACK knifeman
Pennsylvania cops shot dead after
he charged at officer with a huge
blade: Had stabbed four people in
past year -
(suffered from "Michael
Police shot dead a 27-year-old man - who was awaiting trial for stabbing and seriously injuring four people - after he charged at an officer while brandishing a huge knife over his head.
Officers in Lancaster, Pennsylvania were called to a home at 4.15pm yesterday by Ricardo Munoz's sister who said he had become aggressive toward their mother and was trying to break into her house. Body camera footage released by the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office shows the 27-year-old emerging from the house as soon as an officer arrived 10 minutes later. Munoz could be seen charging at the officer while brandishing a knife above his head 'in clear view' and 'in a threatening manner' before the officer fired at him. He died at the scene.
Yesterday's shooting sparked protests in the city, with people marching from the scene of the shooting to the Lancaster Police Department while chanting 'this is what democracy looks like'.
Man Arrested For Sexual Assault At
Metro Red Line Station In North
Hollywood May Have More Victims
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A man arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman at the Metro Red Line station in North Hollywood and holding her against her will may have more victims, according to Los Angeles police.
Cory Franklin, 33, was arrested July 17 at the station, at Lankershim Boulevard and Campo De Cahuenga. Police say Franklin watched a 57-year-old woman walk into the station, then “immediately approached and sexually battered her.” When she tried to escape, police say Franklin held her against her will. When she was able to get free, police say Franklin followed her, blocked her path and sexually battered her a second time.
A witness to the assault yelled at Franklin, who stopped and was later taken into custody by North Hollywood-area officers, police said.
Ex-con busted for double murder in
NYC charged with committing 3rd
An ex-con busted in July for carrying out a double murder in a blond wig has been charged with committing a third homicide a week earlier, prosecutors announced Monday.
“This defendant allegedly went on a murderous crime spree, ruthlessly killing two men and a woman over the course of a week,” said Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez in a statement announcing Charles Hernandez’s indictments on three counts of murder and other charges. “The defendant allegedly brazenly shot them in broad daylight.”
Hernandez, 47, allegedly gunned down Kenneth Singleton, 35, on June 20 at about 11 a.m. near Milford Street and Blake Avenue in East New York, officials said. Singleton was washing his car near his home when Hernandez allegedly approached him from behind and shot him. Prosecutors didn’t disclose a motive for the slaying. A friend of Hernandez, Liza Jenkins, 47, was hit with hindering and tampering raps for allegedly helping him get rid of the clothes he wore during the killing, officials said. One week later, Hernandez, disguised in a blue trench coat and blond wig, used an AR-15-style rifle to spray 27 rounds at Stephanie Perkins, 39, and Chioke Thompson, 23, as they sat on a stoop on Van Siclen Street, also in East New York.
jigro dad jumps on top a car
abandoning his daughter when
pitbull gets loose
Gunman who goes by name ‘Drama’
allegedly opens fire at Bronx
If he was looking for Drama, he found it. A would-be assassin and a guy who goes by the name “Drama” got into a gun battle inside a Bronx bodega after the rival lured Drama inside — and then botched an attempted hit, according to police and sources. The gunfire erupted last Tuesday night just before 9:15 p.m. when a man, known to the deli worker as “Drama,” walked into the Wally’s Deli on E. 233rd Street in Wakefield, according to police and sources.
Just after the man had asked the employee if anyone had come in looking for him, a gunman walked into the store and fired off at least three rounds at his target, police said. “Drama” then pulled a gun and returned fire, according to sources.
scum-of-the-gutter black NJ man
fondled store employees,
masturbated in front of kids: cops
A New Jersey man fondled two employees at a grocery store and masturbated in front of children, police said.
Thomas Hunter, 30, of Neptune Township, was busted by cops Saturday afternoon at a Stop & Shop on Third Avenue in Neptune City after a female employee told police he grabbed her by the arm and said that “he loves women” as he started to "pleasure himself", Neptune City police said. Hunter then allegedly sat on the floor of the store, where he “continued masturbating” in the presence of young children. He proceeded to approach another female employee at a self-checkout register, where he walked up to her from behind and rubbed his groin onto her backside, police said.
|Relatively quiet night - only
shot, 1 killed in overnight
shootings in Brooklyn and Queens
custody after firing at cops from
Man Seth Roman arrested in
gunpoint rape attempt in Brooklyn
|Busted Hispanic drug dealers used pandemic to price gouge: Authorities|
FAGS: BLACK DEMOCRAT DEVIANT
Former FL Guv Candidate Andrew
Gillum: ‘I Do Identify as
(found naked and vomiting from drug overdose in a Florida hotel room with a male whore)
prideful female North Dakota
council member comes out as a
lesbian sexual pervert during
heated Sodomite flag debate
"We're here, we're queer, and we're not going away," Minot City Council member Carrie "Nasty" Evan said during a public meeting where residents made queer-is-not-normal remarks.
|For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature:|
who killed Palestinian baby, parents
gets life imprisonment
FEMALE MAYORESS of COMPTON CA
changes tone in wake of ambush
shooting of sheriff's deputies
'They terrorize the community and then they cover their tracks,' Mayor Aja Brown previously said
'Chickens come home to roost' Malcolm X: LA-area town disavows city manager's comments on unprovoked shooting of sheriff's deputies
Rev. Jeremiah Wright, pastor of President Barack Obama's church in Chicago and a practitioner of black liberation theology, made the same reference when giving a sermon about the Sept. 11 terror attacks on the US, saying "America's chickens are coming home to roost."
|Arrest Warrant Issued for (alleged) Neo-Nazi Podcaster in Lawsuit - " regarding protest three years ago"|
Oregon Man Arrested Twice in 12
Hours for Starting Fires Near
An Oregon man was arrested early Monday morning for the second time in 12 hours after he set “multiple” fires along a Portland freeway.
Shortly after 4p.m. on Sunday, Portland Police were called to assist firefighters in extinguishing a small brush fire along Interstate 205, which caused no injuries or structural damages. A witness flagged down police officers about an hour later and pointed out the suspect, who was in a tent nearby. “Officers arrested the suspect, who confirmed he lit the fire with the device,” the Portland Police Bureau said.
Domingo Lopez Jr., 45, was arrested for using a Molotov Cocktail to start the brush fire and booked in the Multnomah County Detention Center on charges of reckless burning and second degree disorderly conduct.
Lopez was later released and went on to start six more small fires in the early hours of Monday morning.
Lopez is the fifth individual to be arrested on suspicion of arson as fires burn through West Coast states. Two men in Washington state, a man in Oregon and a woman in California have also been arrested.
At least 35 people have died as of Monday from fires in California, Oregon, and Washington. In Oregon, a million acres have burned, and more than 40,000 people have fled their homes.
|USPS employee shot in Virginia, second postal service worker attacked in less than a week - (possibly for wearing a uniform?)|
Federal Indictments Unsealed, US
Attorney McSwain Says Cases Were
Not Pursued ‘Strongly Enough’
Far-left bleeding heart communist liberal Soros-funded puppet DistrIct Attorney Larry Krasner is letting black killers
loose with a slap-on-the-wrist as part of the demonic agenda to eliminate the police, jails, LAW AND ORDER.
LA activist holds ‘we hope they
live’ rally for wounded deputies
A Los Angeles community activist on Monday condemned the shooting of two sheriff’s deputies,
calling protesters who chanted “we hope they die” outside the hospital where the cops were taken “the worst in humanity.”
Activist Najee Ali, head of Project Islamic Hope, has been at odds with local BLM leaders, and in March called for the group’s leader, Melina Abdullah, to resign after a protest outside LA County District Attorney Jackie Lacey’s home, saying it endangered the prosecutor’s life,
|13 September 2020|
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Activists Try To Block, Storm
Hospital Where Shot Deputies
Were Taken: ‘I Hope They F***ing
Woman Dragged Into Santa Monica
Street In Violent Purse Snatching
by brutal black purse-snatcher
SANTA MONICA (CBSLA) — Help is needed Friday to identify three men believed to be involved in violently snatching a purse from a woman in Santa Monica, leaving her in the street.
ELDERLY FEMALE VICTIM TELLS SUSPECTS "GET A JOB"
- (Lazy, cowardly low-life bastards)
The robbery happened Aug. 20 at about 8:50 p.m. in the 1500 block of 6th Street. Police say the woman was on the sidewalk when a man walked up to her and grabbed her purse. Surveillance video shows the woman tried to hold on to the purse, and was dragged out into the street. The man ran off to a vehicle waiting across the street, where two others were waiting. There was an attempt to use the woman’s credit card at 21 Liquor Mart, 1732 W. Rosecrans Ave. in Gardena. Detectives were able to get surveillance video of the three men who tried to use the card, police said.
female) Teen used 5 children,
their backpacks, to help her
shoplift from mall, deputies say
PLANTATION, Fla. – A Fort Lauderdale teen was arrested for grand theft and other charges after allegedly using five children to help her steal from the Westfield Broward shopping mall.
Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputies said a Macy’s Loss Prevention Officer (LPO) saw "Princess" Scott, 18, in one department of the store where she picked out several items and handed them to the children — ages, 4, 6, and 12 and two 7-year-olds. They then put the items in backpacks they were carrying.
The group then went to the men’s department where the LPO saw Scott picking out clothing and multiple packs of Tommy Hilfiger men’s underwear. She again gave the merchandise to the children, who put some of the items in their backpacks but also openly carried some of the nearly $1,000 worth of goods throughout the store. The LPO said Scott, along with the children, passed by cashier areas without paying, and then walked out of the store.
Man Charged With Attempted Murder
After Allegedly Shooting At Group
Of People In Atmore
Bay Minette, Alabama --- One person is charged with attempted murder after allegedly opening fire toward a group of people in Atmore.
Amirr Raheem English, age 21 of Atmore, is now behind bars without bond.
Friday afternoon, the Atmore Police Department responded to reported gunfire near the intersection of Robinson and Maxwell streets. “Witnesses at the scene described two males exiting a blue van and began firing toward a crowd of people. After discharging numerous rounds, the suspects fled the scene,” Atmore Police Chief Chuck Brooks said Saturday. Atmore Police officers found numerous shell casings in the roadway, and they also learned that a male had been shot and taken to Atmore Community Hospital by private vehicle. Their investigation led them to Baldwin County Saturday. That’s where Atmore Police Department investigators, the Bay Minette Police Department and the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office took English into custody.
Suspect in Gwinnett County motel
GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. — Authorities have arrested the suspect in the murder of a man at a Gwinnett County motel from last week.
On Sept. 9, Gwinnett County police say Marquel Williams shot a man in the parking lot of the HomeStay Hotel and Suites on Stone Mountain Highway. Williams is accused of running from the scene. Witnesses said the gunshots were loud enough to jolt them out of bed. “I thought it was a dream at first. When I woke up, I was trying to pinch myself and everything,” Witness Joshua Dempsey said. “It was six gunshots. I thought it was fireworks in the middle of the day.” Dempsey said he thinks the fight was over a woman. Williams later was arrested and booked into the Gwinnett County Jail on Sunday and was charged with felony murder and aggravated assault.
Man facing 2nd degree murder
charges in 2 Jacksonville
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Court records obtained Friday by News4Jax show a 26-year-old man is facing charges of second-degree murder in two unrelated deadly shootings.
A police report from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office shows that Dominique Barner was arrested Aug. 13 on a charge of second-degree murder in the February 2019 shooting death of a bicyclist on Emerson Street.
The discovery comes just days after News4Jax learned Janera Smith, 22, was arrested Friday on a charge of accessory after the fact in connection to the fatal shooting.
The victim in the shooting was identified by police as Damon Rothermel, 50. Police said he appeared to have been hit by a stray slug from a shootout between people in two cars. At the time of his death, family told News4Jax Rothermel had just celebrated his 50th birthday.
Also related to the case, police announced Friday a father and son were arrested in connection to the crime spree. Hakeem Robinson, 21, has also been charged with second-degree murder. His father, Abdul Robinson, 49, has been charged with accessory after the fact.
'Armed and dangerous' (black)
suspect wanted for Gwinnett
PEACHTREE CORNERS, Ga. - Police have identified an "armed and dangerous" suspect wanted in the murder of a woman early Saturday morning on a Gwinnett County Road. Officials say they were called to an injured person in the road at Roxwood Park Drive and Woodward Mill Road at around 5 a.m. Saturday. When officers arrived at the scene, they found the body of 20-year-old Shakeya Smith. The case has been declared a homicide. A few hours later, officials say neighborhood security cameras helped them identify a suspect as 25-year-old Moses Dyl. Dyl is now charged with one count of felony murder and one count of aggravated assault. Police say Dyl was last seen in Lithonia after the incident. He is described as being around 5-feet-11-inches tall with a weight of around 200 pounds. He has black hair and a black bear.
Dyl is considered armed and dangerous and should not be confronted.
identified, (black) husband
charged in Des Moines homicide
DES MOINES, Iowa — Des Moines police have made an arrest in the city's latest homicide.
Datron Simmons Sr., 32, is accused of killing his wife, 50-year-old Connie Simmons.
Her body was found Friday afternoon in a wooded area of 23rd Street and Hickman Road near Broadlawns Medical Center.
Police searched the neighborhood for hours. They believe Simmons was killed on Sunday. She had been the subject of the missing person investigation. Datron Simmons is charged with first-degree murder.
tattooed, black) Hopewell homicide
suspect charged with first-degree
HOPEWELL, Va. (WWBT) - A Petersburg resident was arrested on Saturday and faces three charges in connection to shooting in Hopewell.
Daemon Dashawn Clarke, 30, of Petersburg, was arrested on Sept. 12 and charged with first-degree murder, possession of firearm by felon, and use of a firearm while committing a felony.
The shooting happened at approximately 9:30 p.m. on Sept. 10. Afterward, police responded to the Davisville Housing Community in the 1300 block of Edward Bland Court.
One man, Marcus Parker, 32, of Petersburg, was left with life-threatening injuries and later died from his injuries.
Defendants in Metairie test-drive
murder blame each other for
Nine months after his arrest in the killing of a Metairie man during a test drive of the victim’s car,
La'Shon Brown, 21, of Baton Rouge has finally been brought back to Jefferson Parish to face kidnapping and first-degree murder charges. Brown and his roommate, Herman Raney, 22, are accused of killing
David Peraza Mancia, 41, on Nov. 3 in a scheme to steal the Chevrolet Camaro Mancia had advertised online. Both defendants were held in a Baton Rouge jail after their arrests the next day in the homicide, and both also were booked with burglarizing a Baton Rouge smoke shop. But after Brown paid his $10,000 burglary bond, authorities moved him to the Jefferson Parish jail in Gretna on Aug. 4, according to court records.
Jefferson County man charged with
capital murder in death of
JEFFERSON COUNTY — A Jefferson County man has been charged with capital murder in the death of a 2-month-old infant.
“On July 29, 2020, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to the 100 block of Dalewood Manor Lane in Jefferson County to investigate a 2-month-old who was unresponsive,” Joni Money of JCSO said. “According to initial reports, Amari Ruffin had been sleeping with his father when it was discovered that he was not breathing. The child was transported to Children’s Hospital where he was later pronounced deceased.”
Money said that after the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office completed their autopsy examination, it was determined that the child died from blunt force trauma to the head. There were also previously acquired injuries discovered during the examination.
After reviewing the evidence with the Coroner’s Office and the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office, warrants were issued for the charge of capital murder against Jamarius Ruffin.
Jamarius Ruffin was taken into custody on Friday and placed in the Jefferson County Jail with no bond.
|Police Searching For BLACK Suspect After Man Gunned Down In North Philadelphia|
|Disturbing video shows (nigro) killer blast teen trying to crawl away from Bronx gun battle|
Man Charged With Killing 32-Yr-Old
Atlantic City Woman Over
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey man has been charged with murder in the shooting death of a woman over the weekend following what officials call a neighborhood dispute, authorities said.
Police in Atlantic City were called shortly before 11:30 a.m. Saturday about a person with a gunshot wound. Prosecutors say 32-year-old Marketa Thorpe was taken to Atlanticare Regional Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead. An autopsy Sunday concluded that she died of a gunshot wound to the torso, and the death was ruled a homicide, Atlantic County prosecutors said.
Maximo Santiago, 69, was apprehended by city police soon after the shooting, authorities said. Prosecutor Damon Tyner said Sunday that Santiago had been charged with first-degree murder and weapons counts. Santiago was taken to the Atlantic County Justice Facility and was awaiting a detention hearing.
in Donna Lakes shooting scheduled
for murder arraignment
accused of shooting and killing 19-year-old Genero Isaiah “Izzy” Castillo on Jan. 14.
Kansas City murder suspect
Jesus Meza III arrested in
19-year-old Izaiah Garcia,
19, charged with murder for
killing woman Cayla
Fire Benefit Organizer's Life
Threatened by LAOTIAN? Felon?
Willows man Songkham
Sirivongsa who was Arrested
OROVILLE, Calif. - A Willows man was arrested Saturday, said the Butte County Sheriff's Office, after a Butte County resident received death threats via social media while promoting a luncheon to benefit Bear Fire survivors at Lakeside Market, a popular gathering spot near Lake Oroville for residents, evacuees, responders, and media.
According to the Sheriff's Office, the resident told them that "an unknown individual contacted him on Facebook" and threatened to use a firearm to kill him and his friends. Deputies increased patrol at the Lakeside Market and conducted an investigation. They said they determined the person responsible for the social media threats was at a home in Willows, near the 800 block of Plumas Street.
The Glenn County Sheriff's Office assisted Butte County Sheriff detectives and personnel to serve a warrant at the address. Butte County Sheriff's Office official said they search the home and found evidence which showed that 40-year-old Songkham Sirivongsa of Willows was the person that had sent the threatening messages.
Sirivongsa was placed under arrest for making criminal threats, which is a felony. His bail has been set for $50,000. Sirivongsa will be arraigned in Butte County Superior Court on Wednesday, September 16 at 3:00 p.m. The Butte County Sheriff's Office said a firearm and ammunition were also found at the home. They said Sirivongsa is prohibited from possessing firearms.
|New York communist Mayor De Blasio has given unwashed homeless drug addicts free rent at luxury hotel - they complain about using backdoor|
|Westchester school under fire for cartoon comparing cops to KKK, slave owners|
|Rochester police use sound cannon and fired rubber bullets to end hours-long standoff with protesters|
|12 September 2020|
Granville Ritchie sentenced to
death for 2014 rape, murder of
9-year-old Felecia Williams
TAMPA, Fla. - Nearly a year after a jury recommended Granville Ashanti Ritchie be put to death for the rape and murder of a 9-year-old girl, an emotional judge agreed, and sentenced him to death on Friday morning. "The child victim suffered a horrendous, physically painful, psychologically torturous death," Hillsborough Circuit Judge Michelle Sisco said with her voice cracking, before removing her glasses to wipe away tears.
Investigators said, back in 2014, Ritchie assaulted and strangled young Felecia Williams before stuffing her body in a suitcase and dumping her into the water near the Courtney Campbell Causeway. In September 2019, all 12 jurors agreed Ritchie, who grew up in Jamaica, should face the death penalty.
Friday's sentencing included testimony from Felecia Demerson, the 9-year-old's mother. "I am here to bury this Jamaican today," she said during the hearing. "The only thing I regret today is I cannot ask for his fate…that would be for him to be hung. For him to feel what she felt. I feel like death is appropriate. All I know is he needs to be like her."
man who kidnapped ex-girlfriend's
from Hell’s Kitchen playground
Police are searching for a man they say kidnapped his ex-girlfriend’s son from a Hell’s Kitchen playground. Three-year-old Majesty Brown, was playing at the McCaffrey Playground on West 43rd Street and 9th Avenue Thursday evening at around 5 p.m. when his mom, 22, and her ex-boyfriend, 20-year-old Dale Smith, got into an argument, police said. At some point during the squabble, Smith allegedly grabbed Majesty without his mom’s permission, and fled the playground, cops said. The boy’s mom hasn’t seen her son since, police said. Majesty was last seen wearing braids, a gray T-shirt and black jeans.
Smith is not Majesty’s biological father, cops said.
|9 September 2020|
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