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  4 July, 2015

    (White) Wife: Former CNN reporter shoots, kills armed (black) robber at Westside motel
Tomorio WaltonChuck de Caro and wife Lynne RussellA former CNN investigative reporter shot and killed an armed robber in a motel on Albuquerque's Westside late Tuesday, according to his wife. Police responded to the Motel 6 at Iliff Road NW off Coors around 11:30 p.m. APD said they found a man dead in the parking lot with at least one gunshot wound. Lynne Russell, also a former CNN anchor, told KOB she and her husband, Chuck de Caro, decided to stop at the motel for the night because they were tired after a long day of traveling and had their dog with them. When she went out to the car to get something and returned to the room, she said an armed man was at the door with a handgun. "He pushed me into the room and that's when my husband came out of the shower and saw what was happening," she said. "We tried to calm him, confuse him and do everything we could do to just come out of it in one piece." When it became clear to Russell that the man may shoot them, she told him they would look in her purse for something. Russell said she and her husband have concealed carry licenses, and she had a gun inside her purse. "He wound up taking my husband's briefcase, and instead of just taking it and leaving, he took it and went over and started firing at my husband. And Chuck fired back and it was a shootout." Russell said the man was killed during the exchange. De Caro was struck by three rounds, but he was transported to a local hospital and is expected to survive. "I am very, very proud of my husband. He is my hero," Russell said. "He saved my life." - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Man Wanted In Memphis Killed In Shootout With Former CNN Anchors
    A man who was wanted in Memphis is now dead after a shootout with a former CNN reporter. It happened at an Albuquerque, New Mexico motel. Investigators identified Tomorio Walton of Memphis as the man who held former CNN anchor and correspondent Lynne Russell at gunpoint in her motel room during an attempted robbery. Walton shot Russell’s husband, former CNN reporter Chuck de Caro, three times; Caro fired back with his gun and killed Walton.

    (White) WAFF reporter foils attempted robbery by (black) convicted sex offender
Leonard GreyVincent CrivelliHUNTSVILLE, AL - A reporter for WAFF stopped a robbery by a convicted sex offender at the Kroger on Oakwood Avenue Thursday night. Huntsville police said just after midnight, Misty Suwarow, a Kroger manager, was walking to her car at the Kroger in the 2100 block of Oakwood Avenue when a man approached her and asked for money. When she refused to give him any money, the man opened the door and jumped on top of her. Police said Suwarow yelled at him to get out of her car and stop. He then refused and tried to push her out of the car. Police said a bystander, WAFF reporter Vincent Crivelli, witnessed this incident and ran over to Suwarow's car. Authorities said Crivelli grabbed the offender, pulled him out of the car, and held him on the ground until police arrived. The offender was identified as 59-year-old Leonard Grey. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Teen in custody after selfies show up on stolen iPhone owner’s iCloud account
Joe Harrisblack thiefVirginia Beach, Va. – A 16-year-old boy is now in custody and is expected to be charged with the theft of an iPhone stolen from a car in a Virginia Beach neighborhood last month. The owner of the iPhone, Joe Harris, says after the phone was stolen, nearly 40 pictures and three videos — including selfies, started popping up on his iCloud account. Within an hour of the story and the pictures airing on TV, Virginia Beach Police say they started receiving tips on the identity of the person in the pictures. - (Black-on-white)
   

    KTVU news crew robbed at gunpoint on San Francisco's Embarcadero by gang of three blacks
black thugSAN FRANCISCO - A brazen masked armed bandit robbed two news crews – including a crew from KTVU Fox 2 – early Thursday morning. Crews from four Bay Area television stations were reporting on a fatal shooting on San Francisco’s Pier 14 on the Embarcadero that took place Wednesday night. A man armed with a handgun and wearing a black mask approached the crews around 6 a.m. while KTVU Fox 2 reporter Cara Liu was preparing to go live for the KTVU Morning News. As anchor Brian Flores went to Liu’s report, she is visibly distracted and looking off camera. Nearby, the unidentified bandit was pistol-whipping KNTV cameraman Alan Waples and his equipment was being stolen. Startled, Liu asked Flores to “hold on wait.” She then came back on-air to say an incident had occurred. Off camera, the bandit pointed a gun at KTVU Fox 2 cameraman Keith Crook and fled with his camera and tripod. Fortunately neither Liu nor Crook were injured. The getaway vehicle is described as a black BMW 7 Series without a rear license plate. A second suspect was driving the vehicle. San Francisco police spokeswoman officer Grace Gatpandan said a third suspect was also involved. Police described the three suspects as black males, all wearing dark clothing. At least one of the suspects had dreadlocks.

 

    Wichita man gets 52 years in prison for raping teen
Dequalyn ShafferWICHITA, Kan. -- A Wichita man is going to prison for more than half a century for the rape of a 15-year-old girl. Dequalyn Shaffer, 24, was sentenced Wednesday to 52 years in prison on one count of rape. The crime happened in January of 2013. Prosecutors alleged that Shaffer attacked the teen on North Kansas Street after he offered to take her home from a friend’s house.

    Saginaw man takes plea in sexual assault case, will serve jail time
Leon McCraySAGINAW, MI — Due to an uncooperative victim, prosecutors will drop seven sexual assault felonies that a Saginaw man faced. Leon McCray appeared before Saginaw County Circuit Judge Darnell Jackson on Tuesday, June 23, and pleaded no contest to attempted second-degree criminal sexual conduct. In exchange for the plea, prosecutors will drop four counts of first-degree and three counts of second-degree criminal sexual conduct. Prosecutors made the decision to do so after the victim in the case, who was ages 13 through 16 during the alleged period of sexual abuse, became "uncooperative," said Chief Assistant Prosecutor Christopher Boyd.

    'Voodoo priest' accused of having sex with girl child under the age of 12
Brogenet CinorSUNRISE, Fla. - A man claiming to be a "voodoo priest" accused of having sex with an underage girl has been arrested, Sunrise police said. Brogenet Cinor, 48, faces a charge of sexual battery on a child under the age of 12. The victim went to the Sunrise Police Department with her parents Sept. 25 to provide details of an incident that happened when she was in middle school between 2009 and 2010, police said. The mother strongly believes in Haitian voodoo and was still in fear of what Cinor may do to her or her daughter, police said.

 
  • Mother: Brown skinned man lured 7-year-old with frozen treat, then raped her
    black child rapistNEW ORLEANS - New Orleans police say a stranger raped a 7-year-old at the Hidden Lake Apartment complex on Martin Drive Wednesday night. The girl's mother believes a young man lured her daughter away with the promise of a frozen cup, then took advantage of her twice in the short time span. "This my baby and I don't want him to hurt no other little girls," she said. "We went to the hospital. It's real. She's not going to lie. She knows how he looks and everything." "He looked like he was about 16,17 years old, brown skin, dark, short, short hairstyle - maybe a fade or low bush. He had on a red and white jacket with a red shirt and blue jeans," the aunt said.

    Charges: Man Broke Into St. Paul Apartment, Sexually Assaulted Woman
Jacob Michael McKinleyMINNEAPOLIS — A 27-year-old St. Paul man is accused of breaking into a St. Paul apartment and sexually assaulting a female victim last month, according to charges filed Thursday in Ramsey County Court. Jacob Michael McKinley faces charges of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, first-degree burglary and kidnapping, all felonies, in connection with the June 16 incident. "McKinley told police she invited him back to her place and wanted to have sex with him because she had never had sex with black man."

    Update: (Black) Memphis man charged in 2008 beating, sexual assault of (White) 79-year-old Knoxville woman - Jan 22, 2015
Michael MullinsJessie MaplesKNOXVILLE – A Shelby County man already serving time on three first degree murder and three aggravated rape charges has been charged in the 2008 beating and sexual assault of a 79-year-old Knoxville woman. Michael Mullins, 53, was recently arrested and pleaded guilty to the Shelby County incidents which occurred in 1999, 2011 and 2012. He is currently serving a prison sentence of life without parole. Police say he was responsible for brutally beating and sexually assaulting Jessie Maples, 79. A group playing frisbee found Maples lying near some bushes in East Knoxville’s Morningside Park on April 18, 2008. Maples spent several days in the hospital and was never able to return home. She died in 2012 in an area nursing home.

    (Black) Burglary suspect weeps after recognizing (White female) judge from middle school
Arthur BoothMIAMI -- A Miami-Dade judge and a burglary suspect had a one-of-a-kind reunion in bond court, as the man broke down in tears, while the judge offered him some supportive advice. "Hi, Mr. Booth, you're back. This time you're charged with a burglary," said Miami-Dade Circuit Court Judge Mindy Glazer, during a hearing, Thursday. Judge Glazer never expected a middle school reunion would occur while on the job. "Mr. Booth, I have a question for you," she asked 49-year-old Arthur Booth.

 

 

 
  • Finally, a video proves that hero cop did the right thing
    Saykou GeorgeHere’s a city cop who should actually be glad there was videotape. An NYPD officer caught on cellphone footage trying to subdue a knife-wielding Harlem man appears to have clearly followed protocol, sources told The Post on Friday. “The video actually helps the cop,” said a source familiar with the department’s Internal Affairs Bureau probe into Officer Jean Francisco. “The perp was told to place his hands behind his back, and he adamantly refused. He was demonstrating active physical resisting,” the source said. Another police source said the footage shows Francisco was not the aggressor and that he remained in a “defensive stance” while under attack from suspect Saykou George, 30. The officer also suffered a broken leg, the source said.
  • Harlem man caught sparring with NYPD cop had knife dangling from pocket, 'pushed' officer during arrest: officials

   

San Francisco man accused of waterfront killing was deported five times: ICE
Francisco SanchezKathryn SteinleFrancisco Sanchez, 45, who was arrested in connection with the seemingly random killing of Kathryn Steinle, 32, while she walked along the city’s Pier 14 with her father, was last deported in 2009 — the fifth time he has been sent back to Mexico.

   

   

 

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    (Black Muslim) Man Indicted On Terrorism Charges In Murder Of (White) College Student In West Orange
Ali Muhammad BrownBrendan TevlinNEWARK, N.J. — A Seattle man was indicted on terrorism and murder charges Thursday in a shooting that killed a college student in West Orange, New Jersey last year. Ali Muhammad Brown, 30, was indicted by a grand jury on two counts of terrorism, one count of murder and other charges in the June 25, 2014 shooting that killed Brendan Tevlin, 19, of Livingston, according to the Essex County Prosecutor’s office. It was the first murder case in New Jersey in which a defendant was charged with terrorism under state law, prosecutors said. Brown had allegedly said he was motivated by a “bloody crusade” to punish the U.S. government for its foreign policies. Tevlin was shot and killed as he stopped at a traffic light on his way home. Brown then drove Tevlin’s vehicle to an apartment complex where he stole undisclosed items from the victim. Brown described himself to detectives after his New Jersey arrest as a strict Muslim who had become angry with what he described as the U.S. government’s role in Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan. Two alleged accomplices, Eric Williams, 19, and Jeremy Villagran, 20 — both West Orange – had also been charged in Tevlin’s murder. Brown had earlier been charged with aggravated murder in the June 1 shooting deaths of two young men in Seattle, Ahmed Said and Dwone Anderson-Young, and in the April 27 shooting of 30-year-old Leroy Henderson in Skyway, south of Seattle. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Charges dropped against (black) suspect in (White woman's) murder case because a key witness died
Rico CohnNina IngramFAYETTEVILLE, Ark. —According to the prosecutor's office in Washington County the charges were dropped against Rico Cohn. Investigators said a key witness died, and there was not enough evidence to try Cohn. Cohn was accused of strangling a Fayetteville woman in 2006. Nina Ingram was found dead at her apartment in Fayetteville. Investigators said Ingram didn't answer her phone that morning, so her brother went to check on her, and when she didn't answer the door, he crawled in through a window and found her body. Over six years, no leads in the case had developed. A detective was specifically assigned to review the case and he re-examined evidence, re-interviewed witnesses and searched for new leads, said Fayetteville Police Chief Greg Tabor. Police arrested Rico Cohn, of Springdale, on a capital murder charge after the case was reopened in April 2012. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police: (Black) Persons of Interest Took Selfies with (White) Theft Victim's Phone
arrogant black thiefarrogant black thiefWhite victimUPPER DARBY, Pa. - Upper Darby police say they were pretty lucky when two persons of interest in a stolen car case allegedly sent selfies that ended up on the victim's cloud whose car had just been stolen. A 19-year-old delivery driver for Landsdowne's Best Quality Pizza says he was a target Sunday around midnight. He was making his last delivery of the night. "I walked up to make the delivery, came back, and my car wasn't there," he said. He says he wasn't gone even 90 seconds before his black Honda-- that he admits he left running-- was stolen. Inside the car: 500 dollars cash from the nights' receipts and his Motorola smartphone. Police located the stolen car a short time later, but what happens next even surprised Upper Darby's top cop. "The pictures are great, so they really took nice pictures of themselves," said Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood. Police say the pictures are of two young men--holding a sawed off shotgun. What they didn't know is that the photos had been automatically uploaded the victim's Google photo account, which was evidence delivered right to his new smartphone. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Person of interest named in (white) woman's shooting death in Titusville
Quentin Woodruff and Brandee KelleyMIMS, Fla. — Titusville police executed a search warrant Thursday at a home in Mims in connection with a death investigation from Titusville. Investigators arrived at the home on Marigold Avenue Thursday afternoon. Titusville police said Quinton Woodruff is a person of interest in the death investigation of Brandee Kelley, 24. Kelley was shot late Tuesday night in Titusville and later died at Parrish Medical Center. Witnesses said the gunman tapped on the glass door, and when Kelley peeked through, the gunman open fire. “She was just lying on the floor, so I went to check her pulse, and I realized she had a wound to the heart,” Kelley’s friend, Dawson Paine, said. Kelley's Friends said that she was pregnant with Woodruff's child, but authorities have not confirmed that information. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Black man arrested - kidnaps and terrorizes his white EX-girlfriend
Mitchell CarrollMARION, Ind. -- On Thursday, the Marion Police Department received a call in reference to shots fired in the area of 2100 N. Fairfield Drive. According to witnesses, a black male was seen pulling a white female around by her hair and they were seen leaving in a silver Lexus, which he forced her to drive. The suspect was also in possession of an SKS style rifle. Officers located a shell casing consistent with this rifle in the roadway where witnesses had seen him fire the rifle. The victim was identified as Angela Norton (35), and the suspect is Mitchell Carroll (32). They arrived at her mothers residence. Carroll reportedly fired a couple more rounds then forced Norton back in the car again. GCSD was able to track their route and Madison County SD stopped the car in Madison County a short time later. All parties were found unharmed. Both subjects were transported back to the Marion Police Department. Norton gave a statement on Carroll and he was placed into the Grant County Jail. Carroll was charged with 11 criminal charges: kidnapping while hijacking a vehicle, criminal confinement while hijacking a vehicle, intimidation with a deadly weapon, domestic battery, battery with a deadly weapon, theft, robbery while armed with a deadly weapon, intimidation with a deadly weapon, auto theft, criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon, and pointing a loaded firearm. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    (Black sexual deviant) arrested, charged with sexual assault of three preteen girls
Steven Anthony PraterA Leola man is behind bars for allegedly committing multiple sex offenses against three children. Steven Anthony Prater, 35, was arrested Wednesday and charged by East Lampeter Township police Detective Joe Edgell. According to police, the assaults occurred between January and December of last year at a Leola residence. The female children, all of whom were known to Prater, ranged in age from 8 to 12 at the time of the alleged assaults. Prater was charged with three counts of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, one count of criminal attempt at rape of a child, six counts of indecent assault, three counts of corruption of minors and two counts of sexual abuse of children (photographing, videotaping, depicting on computer or filming sexual acts). All charges are felonies.

 

   

   

(Mentally defective 'loco' Hispanic) Murder suspect slugs lawyer after he’s found not guilty
Alejandro MoralesMoments after a Manhattan jury found a man not guilty of murdering his 9-year-old cousin by reason of mental defect — he slugged his defense lawyer in the jaw Wednesday when he learned he wouldn’t be set free. Attorney Fred Sosinsky said that his client, Alejandro Morales, 30, believed he’d get to walk out of court after hearing the not-guilty verdict. But when Sosinsky explained to Morales he’d be heading to a hospital — possibly for life — the violent psycho socked him.


 
  • Netherlands hit by immigrant riots after man dies in police custody
    The arrests late Thursday and early Friday capped four nights of rioting in a predominantly immigrant neighborhood in The Hague - a situation that has drawn comparisons with the angry protests that erupted in the United States following deaths of black men at the hands of white police officers. Prosecutors investigating Sunday's death of Mitch Henriquez, a 42-year-old from the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba. Troublemakers are pouring into the neighborhood to riot.

 

 

 


    Police arrest (black) man after (White) Muncie man’s body found in Indianapolis
Martize KirklandJeremy Myles JohnsonINDIANAPOLIS – A man has been charged with killing a Muncie man who was reported missing last year. The family of 23-year-old Jeremy Myles Johnson reported him missing in October 2014. His decomposed body was found on June 12 in the 4500 block of North Dearborn Street in Indianapolis. According to Indianapolis Metropolitan police, Martize Kirkland, 27, was identified as a person of interest. On June 26, IMPD’s Gang Unit took Kirkland in for questioning. They arrested him on a preliminary charge of murder. Wednesday, prosecutors filed formal charges against him, including murder, robbery resulting in serious bodily injury, auto theft, and being a felon in possession of a handgun. He was taken to the Marion County Jail. Kirkland was arrested in April after another Muncie man accused Kirkland of robbing him at knifepoint. In that case, investigators found cocaine, heroin and marijuana in his possession. Charges of armed robbery, intimidation, possession of cocaine and possession of a handgun by a felon are pending in Delaware County. - (Black-on-white)

    Black ex-boyfriend arrested for 2001 murder of white woman at apartment
Adrian Harvey Dawn Tucker-SubiaPHOENIX - Phoenix police have made an arrest in a murder case that dates back nearly 14 years. Dawn Tucker-Subia, 32, was found dead in her Ahwatukee apartment back in 2001 when her estranged husband went to drop off their kids. Police arrested 44-year-old Adrian Harvey for murder and burglary. Police said he was interviewed in the case back in 2001, but was released, because there was not enough evidence to charge him. Investigators said new evidence led to his arrest, but they haven't said what that evidence is. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Phoenix police make arrest in 2001 murder
    Harvey was Tucker-Subia's ex-boyfriend, and witnesses told police they saw a man matching his description standing outside the her apartment on Dec. 1, according to an affidavit for a search warrant. Police said Harvey was considered a person of interest at the time. "Several" strands of short, curly black hairs were collected from Tucker-Subia's hand, as well as blood samples from her bedroom dresser and wall. Semen was found on the pants Tucker-Subia had been wearing, and blood was found on clothing at Harvey's residence.
  • A few leads in Ahwatukee gunshot death - Nov. 5, 2004
  • Dawn Tucker-Subia
   

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    2 more women arrested for allegedly helping escaped NC convict
Kristopher Antonio McNeilShyla Daniel Ryder and Mazandra Yvette SpignerWINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Two women are in the Forsyth County Jail, accused of helping convicted murderer, Kristopher Antonio McNeil, elude police last weekend after he escaped from prison. Shyla Daniel Ryder, 30, and Mazandra Yvette Spigner, 44, both of Winston-Salem, were arrested by the SBI on Wednesday. The women were charged with harboring McNeil who escaped from the Brown Creek Correctional Institution in Anson County on June 27. McNeil was serving a 14-year sentence for second-degree murder and was scheduled for release in 2018.
   

 

   

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    (Black) Middletown man accused in second child sex assault
Barry RossA 52-year-old Middletown man in prison already for allegedly sexually assaulting a girl starting when she was 6 years old is facing more charges involving a second child. Barry Ross was arraigned Thursday before District Judge John Kelly Jr. on eight new felony sex crime charges, including indecent assault on a person less than 13 years old, rape of a child, and endangering the welfare of a child. The allegations from the second child emerged after Ross was arrested on sex crimes involving the first girl, who is now 12. She had previously accused Ross of molesting her back in 2009 but no charges were filed for various reasons. The investigation into the first girl's accusations was reopened in May after the child was again allegedly assaulted. She allegedly told the detective that Ross started assaulting her again about a year ago. Police also obtained physical evidence, court records allege. Following Ross’ arrest, the second girl who is 7, came forward. She was interviewed at the Bucks County Children’s Advocacy Center last month and claimed that Ross sexually assaulted her “more times than she could count.”

    (Black) Man ("Palace Bells") Charged With Sexually Assaulting 81-year-old Elderly Woman
Palace BellsMEMPHIS, TN -- Police have charged a man after they say he attacked and sexually assaulted an 81-year-old woman walking near a church in Raleigh. Investigators say the woman was walking in the parking lot of at Greater Imani Church on Austin Peay Wednesday morning when a man attacked her. He then took off in the victim's car. She was taken to the hospital in non-critical condition. A short time later, officers found the car in the Stonegate Apartments. Officers say that's when they spotted a man running away. 23-year-old Palace Bells was arrested and charged with aggravated rape, especially aggravated robbery, evading arrest, resisting official detention, and felony theft of property.
   

    (Black man) Dan Johnson arrested on kidnapping, sexual battery charges
Dan JohnsonDANIA BEACH, Fla. - A man accused of raping a woman last year was arrested by the Broward Sheriff's Office Wednesday. Dan Johnson, 42, was arrested at a Miami-Dade County jail. where he was being held on unrelated charges. According to detectives, Johnson was on federal probation when he offered a 21-year-old acquaintance a ride home from work Aug. 3, 2014, but instead drove her to a Dania Beach hotel.

    Black comedian Bill Cosby - alleged serial rapist - in the news
Bill Cosby - black rapistGloria Allred tells the newspaper that ``statute of limitations'' appear to be Cosby's three favorite words.

    (Black) Man charged with raping teen multiple times
Richard A. MooreA Brooklyn man is behind bars after police said he sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl in Lancaster County last year. Richard A. Moore, 48, allegedly raped the girl three times in an Ephrata motel room last summer. He was transferred to Lancaster County on Tuesday after he was arrested in New York for an unrelated incident in May. Moore has been charged with statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, corruption of minors and unlawful contact with minors.

    (Black) Suspect arrested, linked to 10 sexual assaults on women
Lemann BrownA 27-year-old man has been arrested in a string of sexual assaults and robberies of women dating back to April at apartment complexes in west and southwest Houston. Lemann Brown is charged with aggravated sexual assault, robbery with bodily injury and felon in possession of a weapon, according to the Houston Police Department. According to court records, Brown lives at the same complex where the first two incidents occurred. Police said Brown is suspected in at least 10 attacks on women, dating back to April 1. The most recent attack occurred June 1. In almost each of the incidents, a man approached a woman in the parking lot of an apartment complex. At gunpoint, he sexually assaulted her and stole her personal belongings.

 

    (Black) Man who punted cat like football found murdered
Dejion RobersonA Tenn. man who was arrested and charged with animal cruelty at the end of 2013 for kicking a cat like a football has been found dead. The police have ruled his death a homicide. Dejion Roberson, a football player for South Pittsburg, was found deceased in Bridgeport, Ala. in an isolated area, in the middle of the road. Police have determined that his death is a homicide but there are currently no suspects. Roberson's body was found around 3 a.m. Police are unsure if Roberson was killed in Tenn. or Ala. but are investigating. Cause of death has not been released. Roberson was arrested on Christmas Eve 2013 after multiple witnesses reported seeing him carrying a cat by the neck and then kicking the animal like a football. The cat reportedly hit the power lines and then fell to the ground. Moments after the incident, the cat died.
   

   

   

 

 

 

 

 

 
  • Hillary’s Secret War By Andrew P. Napolitano
    Hillary Clinton lied to Congress, gave arms to terrorists and destroyed her emails. How much longer can she hide the truth? How much longer can her lawlessness go unchallenged and unprosecuted? Does she really think the American voters will overlook her criminal behavior and put her in the White House where she can pardon herself?

 


    Two (black) teenagers arrested, one (black) sought in Fayetteville homicide (of White alleged drug dealer)
Malina Deneice Woods Victoria Antoinette WilsonGregory Anthony WilsonDonald Christian McIntoshFAYETTEVILLE -- Authorities in Fayetteville have arrested two teenagers, and are searching for a third, in connection with a fatal shooting late Monday night. It happened around 11:48 p.m. when police officers were called to the 2300 block of Painters Mill Drive off Bingham Drive. When they arrived, they found 18-year-old Donald Christian McIntosh inside a vehicle that was parked behind a new retail building that houses a convenience store, nail salon, barber and sandwich shops. Authorities said they learned McIntosh had gone to the location to sell narcotics, when he was robbed and then shot during the transaction. Officers spotted the suspects' vehicle a few miles from the where the shooting happened and took 18-year-old Malina Deneice Woods and 19-year-old Victoria Antoinette Wilson into custody. Both have been charged with first-degree murder, sell and deliver marijuana, and conspiracy to sell and deliver marijuana. They are currently being held without bond at the Cumberland County Detention Center. Authorities are still looking for 17-year-old Gregory Anthony Wilson. He is wanted for first-degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon, sell and deliver marijuana, and conspiracy to sell and deliver marijuana. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Former Firefighter Sentenced For Assaulting (White) Cat-Feeding Lady
Ian EulianLonieta FontaineRebecca StaffordA former Los Angeles firefighter who was sentenced to 180 days in jail for assaulting a woman who fed stray cats in his neighborhood apologized to his victim in court Tuesday, saying his actions do not reflect the person he is. Ian Justin Eulian also was sentenced to three years’ probation, 25 days of Caltrans work and one year of anger-management classes. He was allowed to remain free on $20,000 bail while he appeals his conviction. Before sentencing, Eulian turned to face his victim in court and apologized, City News Service reported. “I’m sorry,” he told Rebecca Stafford. “My emotions got the best of me.” Stafford thanked him for his words.
   

    Black Suspect Arrested After Racist Message Discovered Outside Predominately Black Church
Vincent BroughtonCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – A Colorado Springs man was arrested after police believe he left racist messages outside a church. Vincent Broughton, 44, who is black, is facing charges for committed a bias-motivated crime and disorderly conduct. The signs were posted outside the New Covenant church that is predominately attended by African Americans. One sign references the KKK. Another reads, “Black men beware, you are the target.” The messages had the congregation on edge. - (Drudge) - (Hatecrimes)
   

   

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    Lincoln County man charged with sex assault of girl
Antonio LumpkinA 45-year-old Foley man has been accused of sexually assaulting a young girl, police said. Antonio Lumpkin, of the first block of Jody Drive, has been charged with two counts of statutory sodomy. Detectives with the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office began investigating a complaint in June. The victim told police that Lumpkin had inappropriately touched her and forced her to have oral sex. The incident took place at Lumpkin’s residence.

    (Black) Suspect arrested after attempted rape
black rapistA 24-year-old Brooklyn man was arrested in connection with the attempted rape of a Queens woman last week, cops said. Larry Williams allegedly trailed the woman into her Woodside apartment building at about 9:15 a.m. June 25, according to cops. He followed her up to her floor and tried to pull down her pants as she unlocked her door, cops said. The scrappy 28-year-old woman fought him off before rushing into her apartment, where she locked the door behind her, police sources said.
   

    Slidell teen booked with rape of 11-year-old girl
Johnren GainesJefferson Parish Sheriff's Office investigators arrested a Slidell teenager accused of raping an 11-year-old girl. Officials with the Audrey Hepburn Children at Risk Evaluation Center (CARE) at Children's Hospital in New Orleans contacted detectives on Wednesday (June 24) after learning that the unidentified girl had been a victim of rape, an arrest report said. The girl told detectives that a man drove her to an unknown area, gave her alcohol and some sort of pill and raped her, the report said. It's not clear how the girl knew the man, but investigators identified him as Johnren Gaines, 17, through social media.

    Police: Dredlocked 'daddy' raped 3 women at gunpoint in 4 days
Thurman JacksonLAS VEGAS - Police said they arrested a man last Wednesday who they believe raped three women at gunpoint in the span of four days. The first attack happened on June 18 in west Las Vegas. The woman told police that a man with dreadlocks in a silver car pulled up beside her and asked her if she needed a ride. During the attack, he ordered the woman to call him “daddy.” Two days later, a naked woman was found walking in the area of Washington Avenue and D Street. She flagged down officers and told them about a similar attack by a man with dreadlocks in a silver car. The man again used a gun to scare the victim and made her call him “daddy.” On June 21, a woman, who admitted to being a prostitute, reported to police that a man with dreadlocks and driving a silver car had attacked her. She said the man put a gun to her head while he raped her and forced her to call him “daddy.” Two days after the last attack, police patrolling the area of Washington Avenue and D Street noticed a car that matched the description given by the victims. They stopped the car and arrested the driver, identified as 21-year-old Thurman Jackson.

    Hendersonville police arrest Nashville man accused of raping teen
Nathaniel ByrdHENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. – Hendersonville police arrested a 21-year-old Nashville man accused of raping a 15-year-old girl. The alleged rape involving the minor was reported to police Sunday. Nathaniel Byrd has since been taken into custody and is charged with seven counts of statutory rape and one count of criminal exposure. He is being held at the Sumner County jail on a $1 million bond and is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 26.

    Suspect Sought In Hotel Rape And Robbery Turns Himself In
Don Whitakerblack rapistsMEMPHIS, TN -- A suspect wanted for rape, robbery, and a shooting at a local hotel has turned himself in. This, as Memphis Police continue to search for the other two men wanted in the case. Investigators said Don Whitaker was one of the suspects seen on surveillance video leaving the "Quality Suites" on Thousand Oaks Cove last Monday night. Whitaker is being charged with robbery, kidnapping, and rape. Police are still searching for the other two men. According to police, the three men bound two women, then raped and robbed them. A male victim walked into the room as the crime was being committed. He tried to stop it, but was shot in the head.
   

    Testimony begins in alleged Opelika sex abuse case
Kenneth RobinsonAUBURN, AL - Kenneth Robinson of Opelika sat in a Lee County courtroom Thursday, March 12, and listened as two young girls recalled the night he committed sexual offenses toward them in 2012. The victims were foster children living in the care of Robinson's mother. Robinson was arrested on first-degree rape, sodomy and sexual abuse charges back in June of 2013 after a social worker contacted police, and the young girls picked Robinson out of a line-up as their attacker. Friends of the victims also testified in court Thursday telling the jury how frightened one of the girls became after the incident.

   

    Police Arrest Diverse Three After (White) Disabled Man Robbed Outside Tulsa Store
diverse suspectsWilliam MixonTULSA, Oklahoma - Police say three people were arrested after robbing a disabled man as he was riding his motorized scooter home from a nearby store early Wednesday. Officers said the victim had gotten cash just after midnight from an ATM at the Walgreens at 71st and Lewis when two men and a woman approached and robbed him at knifepoint. Police arrived and the victim, William Mixon gave them a good description of the three robbers and the car they were driving. A police sergeant spotted the car at a nearby QuikTrip and quickly arrested the two men, identified as Anthony Roan, 28, and Domenique Dibenedetto, 22, both of Tulsa. Another officer stopped the car nearby and arrested Joyce Robinson, 30, also of Tulsa..
   

 

 

 


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    Ghost hunters discover body of missing (White) woman at haunted hospital - two blacks in custody
Sharen Ulrich WilsonRaphael McCloud (left) and Akeem McCloud VICKSBURG, Miss. - A team of ghost hunters found the body of a missing woman on Sunday as they explored the old Kuhn Memorial State Hospital in Vicksburg, a site known to be one of Mississippi's most haunted. Vicksburg Police Chief Walter Armstrong said Sharon Wilson, 69, appeared to have trauma to her head. Witnesses said her body was found outside Kuhn Hospital, but blood trails indicated she had been inside. Two men, Akeem McCloud, 20, and Rafael McCloud, 33, have been taken into custody, but Armstrong said they have not been charged yet. (They were driving a car stolen from the victim.) It appears at one point Wilson was inside the ('ghost') hospital and was taken outside. "You could tell where they had dragged someone down from the second floor in the middle of the building, to a grassy area on the left side of the hospital," he said. "On the steps, that's where most of the blood was, and it looked like they dragged her all the way to the grassy area." Police said the McClouds told authorities they had put Wilson out on the side of the road after robbing her home and kidnapping her on Saturday. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Former Hammond shop owner murdered in Vicksburg
    A former Hammond business owner who was instrumental in the revitalization of the downtown area was found murdered late Sunday in Vicksburg. Mississippi News Now reported Monday that the body of Sharen Wilson, 69, formerly of Hammond, was found by a group of “ghost hunters” at an abandoned state hospital in Vicksburg late Sunday. Authorities have classified the woman’s death as a homicide. They say she suffered trauma to the head.
  • Sharen Ulrich Wilson Obituary

    (White) Man who portrayed FSU's Chief Osceola fatally stabbed (by black) in gumbo spices fight
Orlando ThompsonCaleb Josh HalleyPEMBROKE PARK, Fla. - A man who once portrayed Chief Osceola while attending Florida State University was fatally stabbed last week in a fight about gumbo spices. Caleb Halley died from his injuries Thursday. Panama City Beach police said Halley's co-worker, Orlando Thompson, 26, was arrested in connection with the stabbing. Thompson and Halley were working at Buddy's Seafood Market when they got into an argument "about the amount of spice to put into the restaurant's gumbo." The argument "quickly escalated" when Thompson armed himself with a wooden board and Halley with a small pocket knife. The initial altercation ended after a "quick skirmish" in which Thompson retreated, but Thompson later returned with a knife and was seen on surveillance video "swinging and thrusting the knife at Halley." - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Newark Man Sentenced to (only) Eight Years in Prison After Trailer Park Stabbing (of White Man)
Myron ParkerMichael R. LegerA Newark man has been sentenced to eight years in prison in the stabbing death of a man in a trailer park. Thirty-three-year-old Myron Parker was sentenced Monday. He had pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide in January in the death of Michael Leger in October 2012. Prosecutors say Leger confronted Parker in the Glasgow Court Trailer Park after Parker drove through the area without headlights. Authorities say Parker and another man returned to the park, and Leger was fatally stabbed. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black man gets life without parole for murder of White jewelry store owner
Michael Jerome JohnsonSteve Toms COLUMBUS, GA - A judge has sentenced Michael Johnson to life without parole for the 2011 murder of jewelry store owner Steve Toms. In court last week, Johnson was found guilty of murder, aggravated assault, and armed robbery. Dimitrius Gordon was found guilty of kidnapping, aggravated assault, and multiple counts of armed robbery. He has been sentenced to serve 20 years concurrently for his charges. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Vermont Firearms Instructor Shot; (Black) Woman Denies Charges
Veronica LewisA woman has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder after a shooting that critically injured a firearms instructor in Westford, Vermont. Thirty-one-year-old Veronica Lewis of Worcester was arraigned Tuesday. She's being held without bail. Police say 48-year-old Darryl Montague of Westford was found Monday lying at the edge of the road near his home, which is near his firearms business. It was initially thought that he may have been struck by a vehicle. Responders discovered he was suffering from the gunshot wounds and was hospitalized in critical condition. Police say he was shot in the torso and jaw. Authorities say Lewis was at Montague's home on Monday for a firearms lesson. - (Black-on-white)
   


    Black gets 63 years free room and board for killing 17-year-old (white) girl during drug deal
Ronald McMahan Ashley Marie ScottAn 18-year-old Gary man was sentenced to 63 years in prison Monday for murder in perpetration of robbery and three counts of attempted robbery in a botched marijuana deal. Ronald E. McMahan asked for forgiveness from the family of Ashley Scott, 17, of Lansing, Ill., who was murdered Dec. 3 during a marijuana deal arranged between McMahan and her boyfriend. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man convicted of murdering (adopted) girlfriend's (White) parents sentenced to death
Shawn Eric Ford, Jr.Shawn Ford, Jr.Jamall VaughnChelsea Schobert and  black loverJeffrey and Margaret SchobertThe man convicted of the aggravated murders in the 2013 beating deaths of his girlfriend's parents in Summit County has been sentenced to the death penalty. Shawn Ford was convicted last year of murdering his girlfriend's parents, Jeffrey and Margaret "Peg" Schobert and last week, Judge Parker ruled he is mentally fit for execution. Prosecutors say he beat them to death with a sledgehammer. A jury recommended the death sentence in the 20-year-old's trial. Ford and teenager Jamall Vaughn beat the Schobert's to death inside their New Franklin home in April of 2013. Vaughn was 14 at the time of the murders. He pleaded in February to two counts of aggravated murder, one count of aggravated burglary and one count of aggravated robbery. Vaughn will be sentenced Tuesday at 1 p.m. - (Black-on-white)
   

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    (Black) Talladega Co. Jail employee charged in homicide of (White man) Doyle Ingram
Cecil Rashad ChappellDoyle IngramAn Alpine man was arrested by members of the Talladega County Sheriff’s Office late Thursday afternoon and charged with murder in the June 19 homicide of 66-year-old Talladega native Doyle Ingram. A warrant was obtained for 29-year-old Cecil Rashad Chappell, an employee at the Talladega County Jail. An area resident discovered Ingram’s body in his own truck parked at Nottingham Road on June 19 with the engine still running, and called 911, thinking there had been an accident. “Investigation revealed that Chappell had been involved in a business transaction with Ingram,” he said. “Ingram had gone to Chappell’s home to discuss the matter and ultimately was shot to death by Chappell. He then loaded the body into Ingram’s truck and drove it to the location where it was discovered on Nottingham Road.” - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police: Second (black) suspect arrested in May 10 murder (of White man)
Celeste BakerAnthony Kennedy Jason Andrew MissentzisFLINT, MI - A second person has been arrested for the May 10 murder of Jason Missentzis, according to Flint police. Celeste Baker, 32, has been charged and arraigned for first-degree murder, armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery and using a computer to commit a crime. Police say Anthony Kennedy, 28, was also arrested on May 13 after a stand-off that ended peacefully between Kennedy and Grand Blanc Township police. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • City of Flint Police Department Blog - Tuesday, May 19, 2015
    On 05/10/15 at approx. 2:40am Flint Police responded to the 200 blk. E. Pierson Rd for a shooting. The victim, Jason Missentzis (37), was transported to the hospital where he later died. On 05/13/15 an attempt to locate a suspect in this case led to a stand off between the suspect and police in Grand Blanc Township. The stand off ended peacefully, with the suspect taken into custody. That suspect, Anthony Kennedy (28) has now been charged and arraigned for 1st Degree Murder, Armed Robbery, Felony Firearm and Using a Computer to Commit a Crime.
  • Jason Andrew Missentzis Obituary

    (Black) Murder suspect admits to beating, attempting to set (White) victim on fire
Kieron AlexanderRicky Dwayne GriffinDallas police arrested a murder suspect who they say beat a man to death Monday and tried to set him on fire in his far northeast Dallas apartment. Officers arrived at the apartment in the 9700 block of Forest Lane around 6 p.m. and found 54-year-old Ricky Griffin dead on the living room floor. He appeared to have suffered blunt force trauma to the head. A witness, who lives in the apartment and was not identified, told detectives that Griffin had come to visit her earlier in the day. She left him and the suspect, 25-year-old Kieron Alexander, alone for about an hour, police records show. When she came home, she found Griffin beaten to death and a small fire burning next to him. Alexander fled the scene, police said. Although it is unclear what provoked the attack, Alexander told detectives that Griffin “made several unwanted sexual gestures toward him,” causing him to lose control and strike the victim. He also admitted attempting to set Griffin on fire. - (Black-on-white)
   

    No retrial date set following mistrial for third (black) man accused in 2013 shooting (of White mother of 4)
Troy StevensonKelly HunnewellKelly HunnewellTrenton BarnesLorenzo YoungCOLUMBIA, SC - Troy Stevenson remains in jail on Tuesday despite a mistrial declared in his murder case. Stevenson was the third man accused in the shooting of a Columbia mother of four in 2013. Jurors listened to testimony for five days before beginning deliberations on Monday afternoon. However, the deliberations were stopped after prosecutors reported questionable behavior by one of the members of the jury. Judge Robert Hood said that 11 jurors heard an alternate juror say “I've made up my mind” about the case. Hood also noted that the juror told other jurors "all black people should stick together" and the case was "ridiculous." According to prosecutors, an alternate juror also embraced or kissed a member of Troy Stevenson's family. The interaction was seen by an investigator in a hall outside the courtroom after alternate jurors were released. Stevenson was accused of being a lookout for Trenton Barnes and Lorenzo Young who were both convicted last December in the murder of Kelly Hunnewell. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Indianapolis man with disability followed home and robbed by (black) man with shoulder length dreadlocks
cowardly black thiefTimothy HouserTimothy HouserINDIANAPOLIS — An Indianapolis man has a warning for others after he says someone followed him home and robbed him. It happened in the 5400 block of North Alton Avenue Tuesday night. Timothy Houser has a rare genetic disease that affects his strength and muscle movement. He has been wheelchair bound for the past seven years. He said he had no idea that someone’s kind gesture would end up costing him thousands of dollars. Houser said the thief got away with his medicine, a gun, cash and cashier’s checks worth $25,000. “I want to get the word out, who this guy is, he’s a coward,” said Houser. “He obviously knew I was disabled because he helped me, so that’s why he did it.” - (Black-on-white)
   

    Darnell Razz convicted for second time in 2010 Circle K killings
Darnell RazzRobert Alvarez Michael Dean BennettRalson MullerWEST PALM BEACH — The smile that covered Darnell Razz’s face as deputies led him out of the courtroom seemed an unusual reaction Friday for the 23-year-old man a jury had just convicted of the 2010 murders of two store clerks at a Greenacres Circle K. This isn’t new for Razz, though. He’s been here before. “I’m straight, man,” Razz reassured a deputy who insisted on handcuffing him before taking him out of a Palm Beach County courtroom and back to jail. Friday marked the second time in three years a jury has convicted Razz in the murders of Ralson Muller and Michael Dean Bennett. Circuit Judge Jack Cox will likely sentence him to life in prison at his Oct. 22 sentencing hearing. That’s the same sentence Circuit Judge Stephen Rapp gave both Razz and his co-defendant, Robert Alvarez, immediately after their first trial in 2012.
   

    Rideau River search ends after body found, may be Muhab Sultanaly Sultan
Muhab Sultanaly SultanJeremy CookA body has been found in an Ottawa river during the police search for a man believed to be Muhab Sultanaly Sultan — a suspect in the London, Ont., cellphone slaying of Jeremy Cookwho disappeared after jumping into the river on Wednesday. The body of a man was pulled out of the Rideau River on Saturday morning, police say, after a search that lasted more than two days. A member of the public spotted the body at about 9 a.m. ET, according to Ottawa Police Service Insp. John Medeiros. An autopsy to confirm the identity has not yet been conducted. Sultan, 23, of Calgary, is wanted on a charge of second-degree murder in connection with the death of 18-year-old Cook, who was shot and killed while trying to track down his lost cellphone on June 14 in London. On Wednesday, June 24, a man police believe was Sultan allegedly used a vehicle to try to run over two Ottawa police officers who were on bicycles in the downtown area at about 4 p.m. One of the officers was struck and suffered minor injuries, police said in a media release issued the following day. - (Black-on-white)
   


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