|22 January 2020|
Georgia man sold fentanyl to (white) woman (with tattooed
breast) before dismembering her body, hiding it in landfill
A Cartersville man was convicted Friday of selling drugs to a West Virginia woman whose body was found dismembered in a Bartow County landfill two years ago.
Terrick Robinson, 35, was found guilty of several felonies after he sold Courtney Nicole Dubois drugs laced with fentanyl in August 2018 and attempted to hide her overdose, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of West Virginia said in a news release. Dubois’ remains were discovered in a Cartersville recycling plant. Dubois, 20, had been reported missing from Fairmont, West Virginia, before her body’s discovery, AJC.com previously reported. Bartow deputies found her body in numerous pieces in individual bags.
Soon after, a sketch of the woman was released in hopes of identifying her. GBI agents were able to identify her remains using dental records and her distinctive tattoos.
Since her remains were identified, authorities have made four arrests in connection with her death, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.
Two other defendants — William Gregory Chappell, 33, and Joel Jimenez, 37, both of Cartersville — previously pleaded guilty.
The fourth defendant, Seddrick Damond Banks, 27, of Cartersville, is set to go to trial March 23, the release said.
note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't
buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks
name (White female) victim of (surly,
twisted, dead-eyed black) murderer in Fort Dodge -
(victim is mother of black's GF)
FORT DODGE, Iowa — Fort Dodge police have identified the victim in a Monday morning homicide.
According to Fort Dodge police, Mark D. Russell, 28, of Fort Dodge, is charged with first-degree murder in the case. Police say the victim is 45‐year‐old Angela K. McLeod, of Fort Dodge. They say she is the mother of Russell's girlfriend.
Police say officers were called to an altercation at 21 North 14th Street in Fort Dodge at 9:14 a.m. Monday. Arriving officers found McLeod inside the home and detained Russell while officers began medical efforts on her, according to police. Emergency crews provided emergency medical treatment to McLeod, but she was pronounced dead at the scene. Police say detectives interviewed witnesses at the scene and determined that an altercation broke out between Russell and McLeod. Detectives believe he grabbed an object from inside the residence and struck McLeod with it. - (Black-on-white)
Dangers of interracial dating
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL and a DEADLY DANGER to your FAMILY and FRIENDS)
|Dangers of 'being an acquaintance' of a black man and/or having several black male 'boyfriends'|
|(Apparently white with 'Asian eyes') Woman
Murdered, (her black) Estranged Husband Arrested
(ROCK HILL, SC) – A Rock Hill, South Carolina man has been charged with murder in the shooting death of his estranged wife, 48-year-old Julie Bartlett Taylor, formerly of Bedford.
Julie Nicole Taylor was found dead in her home on Friday.
Police arrested 47-year-old Christopher J. Taylor for her murder, and possession of a weapon during a violent crime, says Lt. Michael Chavis of the Rock Hill Police Department. Julie Taylor was found shot to death around 1:15 p.m. Friday on the couch in her townhome on Winding Way in Rock Hill.
Rock Hill physician Bill Alleyne says Julie Taylor was a longtime nurse in Rock Hill who was respected and loved by her peers at Piedmont Medical Center. Taylor worked with Alleyne for more than 20 years. - (Black-on-white)
Dangers of interracial dating
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)
Charged In Murders Of (Chinese)
Grocery Store Employee, (Hispanic)
Teen Boy In Separate Shootings
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police say an 18-year-old man has been charged in two separate South Philadelphia murders, one being the deadly shooting of a grocery store owner’s son.
Officials charged Tyseem Murray, 18, of Southwest Philadelphia, with murder, criminal conspiracy, robbery, and other related charges in the Jan. 7 fatal shooting of 31-year-old Xiaoding Li.
Li was gunned down while working at JD Hoyu grocery store, located on 9th and Porter Streets, while his father took a break. He was shot one time in the chest and transported to Jefferson Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.
Murray was also charged in the murder of 15-year-old Zyqueire Echevarria, of South Philadelphia. Zyqueire was killed after he was shot once in the head on the 1500 block of South Beulah Street on Oct. 14, 2019.
getaway driver runs over accomplice who fell out, police say
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Houston police say a grandmother was the getaway driver who ran over and killed an accomplice during a high speed police chase after a burglary Tuesday morning.
Diawannah Corstera Thomas, 54, had her first court appearance Tuesday night. Thomas is also charged with aggravated assault against a public servant for allegedly hitting a police car with the officer inside.
Police say Thomas was behind the wheel of a U-Haul truck that waited outside as three men broke into a Sunny's Food Mart on Bauman Road just after midnight.
During the chase, one suspect jumped out and was arrested. A second suspect, now victim or complainant, fell off as he clung to the passenger side mirror. "He fell off and this caused the complainant to fall and become run over by the passenger side rear tires, resulting in the death of the complainant," she said. Police believe Thomas was either drunk or high. She wiped away tears as she stood before judge.
The state requested no bond for the grandmother of seven.
vagrant arrested for stabbing off-duty firefighter at Portland
PORTLAND, Ore — Portland Police on Tuesday evening arrested the suspect accused of stabbing an off-duty Portland Fire & Rescue lieutenant at a bar near Providence Park Saturday.
Carroll McClendon, 30, was arrested without incident near the 5900 block of Northeast Martin Luther King Boulevard.
(Cities typically put their 'MARTIN LUTHER KING' streets in the "Heart of Darkie Town" :)
McClendon as their suspect in the Saturday night stabbing.
West is a multiracial person, with African American (through his mother), Piscataway Native American, and European American heritage. West was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2008.
Team: Cleveland Cavaliers, Dallas Mavericks, ..
Ex-NBA player Delonte West arrest video prompts suspension of Maryland officer
A Maryland police officer who recorded a video of former NBA player Delonte West after a fight with another man has been suspended. One video circulating on social media shows a man being beat up on a street in Oxon Hill, about 12 miles south of Washington, D.C. "From NBA to this … Delonte West," says text imprinted on the video. Another video shows a tattooed man sitting on a curb, handcuffed and shirtless. Prince George County police told NBC Washington that the man is West.
In the second video, an officer asks, "Why'd you hit him? Did he attack you first — self-defense — or did you hit him?"
"Walkin' down the street, and he approached me with a gun," West, 36, responds. "I'm the real f---ing president."
Deports ILLEGAL ALIEN Who Killed (WHITE) Man While Driving Drunk
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 20-year-old Salvadoran man was in the country illegally when he killed a well-known St. Paul man by driving drunk in 2019. Now he has been deported to El Salvador.
Jose Orlando Vasquez-Guillen was convicted of alcohol-related criminal vehicular homicide in the death of 52-year-old Mark O’Gara. Shortly after the crash he had a blood alcohol content of 0.149, according to reports.
The Ramsey County Attorney’s Office released a statement on Tuesday afternoon following his deportation:
“Vasquez-Guillen pleaded guilty on December 13. Given that he had served over a year in Ramsey County custody, he was returned to ICE custody and they chose to deport him. The victim’s family was supportive of the plea agreement after we met and discussed all of the evidence. The plea agreement terms are in line with the guidelines.”
Mexican-surnamed Woman Admits To Posing As Fake Immigration
Attorney, Scamming Illegal Aliens Out Of $11,000
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) –A Northeast Philadelphia woman admits to posing as a fake immigration attorney in a scheme to scam undocumented immigrants. Ana Molina admitted in federal court on Tuesday to ripping off immigrants who were trying to become United States citizens.
Molina, 56, left the federal courthouse Tuesday afternoon saying nothing. Federal prosecutors argued she ran an immigration services business that turned out to be part of a charade. “Ana Molina plead guilty to defrauding people who were looking for permanent resident status in the United States,” prosecutor Anita Eve said.
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...
York man pleads guilty to ‘vilest’ attack against gay couple at
A Syracuse man has pleaded guilty to attacking two men and shouting anti-gay slurs as they left the New York State Fair, according to reports. Nicholas Ferlenda, 28, pleaded guilty to two hate crimes Tuesday — assault and criminal mischief — in the Aug. 24 onslaught in the parking lot at the New York State Fairgrounds, Syracuse.com reports.
Ferlenda became enraged when one concert-goer put his arm around his boyfriend as they walked to their car, prompting the Syracuse resident to sock one of them in the face, the website reports. Ferlenda then smashed the driver’s side window of a car belonging to the other man as the couple tried to leave the parking lot, state police said.
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who opened fire at club had past weapon charge dropped
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A gunman who opened fire outside of a Kansas City nightclub, killing a woman and injuring at least 15 other people before a guard killed him, had a past weapons charge dropped after lawmakers loosened the state's gun laws.
Jahron Swift, 29, had been in trouble with the law before he opened fire on people leaving or waiting to get into the 9ine Ultra Lounge in eastern Kansas City late Sunday, when the city was celebrating the win that put the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl.
Swift was sentenced to probation for an August 2015 traffic stop in which he was caught with cocaine and a .45-caliber semi-automatic handgun, court documents say. Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said Tuesday that Swift was charged in August 2016 with a concealed weapon violation, which might have led to a probation violation that could have landed him a short stint behind bars or more probation. But the following month, Missouri's Republican-led Legislature overrode Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon's veto to pass sweeping gun legislation that allowed most adults to carry concealed weapons without needing a permit.
accused of killing pedestrian while driving drunk released
A man who allegedly struck and killed a pedestrian while driving drunk in East Harlem on New Year’s Eve was released without bail at his Tuesday arraignment — as prosecutors revealed he tried to ditch several bottles of booze before cops arrived.
Farkell Hopkins, 23, is accused of chucking a cardboard box full of empty and filled liquor bottles near the scene of the fatal crash on East 125th Street near Madison Avenue that left an unidentified man in his 40s dead.
Man accused of driving drunk, killing pedestrian freed due to new criminal justice reforms - January 2, 2020
authorities searching for BLACK escaped inmate
An inmate who was assigned to a state work-release program in northwest Alabama left a job site on Monday and hasn’t been seen since, authorities said.
Xavier Lamont Armstead, 26, escaped from custody in Colbert County, according to a report from the Alabama Department of Corrections.
Lamont was serving a more than 19-year sentence for third-degree burglary. He has multiple arrests on charges including burglary, forgery, theft and receiving stolen property over the last seven years, court records show.
(black) teens arrested after man knocked unconscious, robbed in
Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland police arrested three teens Tuesday in connection with an attack and robbery of a man in the Ohio City neighborhood. Two 16-year-old boys and a 15-year-old boy were identified by tipsters who saw photos of the incident on Cleveland police’s Second District Facebook page. The robbery happened about 4:25 p.m. on Chatham Avenue near West 25th Street. The group ran up from behind a 42-year-old man and punched him, according to police. The teens knocked the man unconscious. The group rummaged through his pockets, stole about $100 and ran away, police said.
BLACK FOOTBALLER ANTONIO BROWN SUSPECT IN BATTERY, BURGLARY
- Cops Working On Arrest Warrant
monkeys at) Kansas and Kansas State basketball game ends in
Crown has smile for mugshot after allegedly firing gun,
hiding in doghouse
Texas authorities released an interesting mugshot Tuesday for a man they say was found hiding in a doghouse as he was being sought for firing a gun at a sports bar.
The mugshot taken by the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office shows a deputy with his hand
on 22-year-old Kawika Crown’s face after his arrest on a misdemeanor charge of unlawful carrying of a weapon.
The Houston Chronicle had reached out to Constable Mark Herman to explain the circumstances of the photo.
||BLACK FAGS: - Suspect
and Victim Identified in Fatal Arlington Heights Nightclub
Elaine Deleonguerrero, 34, of Camarillo was booked on suspicion of murder and was being held on $2 million bail, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. A Ventura County woman was in custody Monday for allegedly stabbing another woman to death at Catch One, a popular nightclub in the Arlington Heights area of Los Angeles. The stabbing occurred about 12:30 a.m. Sunday at the club in the 4000 block of Pico Boulevard, near Crenshaw Boulevard, Los Angeles Police Department Officer Rosario Cervantes said. Elaine Deleonguerrero, 34, of Camarillo was booked on suspicion of murder and was being held on $2 million bail, according to the LAPD.
The victim was identified as Iman Wright, 23, of Lakewood, who died after being rushed to a hospital, according to the coroner's office. A motive for the killing was not immediately known.
|Mexico’s homicide rate hits new record high in 2019|
row bubbles as leaders gather in Israel
Biden misses due date for financial papers in custody case: Court
An Arkansas judge overseeing Hunter Biden's child support case ordered the son of former Vice President Joe Biden to explain why he "should not be held in contempt" for his alleged failure to provide his financial information as required, court documents submitted Tuesday show.
Turnpike killing: Man may have slain pro-Trump boss over
politics, affidavit says
A Florida man with anti-government views may have fatally stabbed his boss Monday over the man's support of President Trump before placing an American flag next to his body, according to authorities.
Mason Toney, 28, is accused of killing his manager, Willian Knight, 28, at an Orlando construction site near the Florida Turnpike, the Orange County Sheriff's Office said Monday. Toney was arrested after an hours-long search, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
Witnesses said the pair, who were also friends, was traveling from one job to another when they got into an argument, possibly over their political differences, according to an affidavit. Toney is “anti-government and very outspoken about his (paranoid) beliefs that the government is bad and out to get him," Detective Fabian Ramirez wrote in the affidavit.
you need to know before Jeremy Christian's trial begins
The self-described white nationalist is accused of stabbing three men aboard a MAX train in May 2017, following a hate-filled tirade at two teenage girls. According to police, after a day of drinking sangria wine, a white man named Jeremy Christian, then 35, started hurling hate speech and “biased language” at two black teenage girls, one of whom is Muslim and was wearing a hijab.
colored, black, Negro, nword) Rep. Jeffries quotes
NEGRO RAPPER Biggie in Senate trial
Representative Hakeem Jeffries quoted The Notorious B.I.G. during the Senate impeachment trial Tuesday night. As the trial stretched late into the night, the New York senator ended one of his remarks with the infamous Biggie lyric “And if you don’t know, now you know.”
|"I need to claim my first victim": Alleged white supremacists hoped Virginia rally would spark civil war - FAKE NEWS???|
ID mom who admitted killing her three children under age 4 at
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charged with murder in deadly Hopewell shooting
HOPEWELL, Va. (WRIC) — Police in Hopewell have arrested and charged a 20-year-old with murder in connection with a recent shooting in the city.
The shooting occurred Sunday night in the 300 block of Ramsey Avenue. When officers arrived, they found 46-year-old Christopher Shawn Barron with life-threatening injuries. He later died at the scene.
On Friday, police announced that 20-year-old Nathaniel Romeo Arrington, of Hopewell, was arrested by members of the U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task. He’s been charged with second degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
Police did not release a possible motive in the shooting. - (Black-on-white)
convicted in 1996 Windsor manslaughter charged in Michigan
A Michigan man convicted of killing a Windsor woman and assaulting her pregnant daughter more than two decades ago has now been charged with the first-degree murder of his girlfriend in Center Line, MI.
William Faulkner, 68, was arrested Jan. 9 after Center Line police discovered Juliette Peterson’s clothed body with stab wounds in the bathtub at the apartment they shared, according to Paul Myszenski, the municipality’s director of public safety.
Tasha Porter told the Star Tuesday she still has a “soft spot” on her skull from where Faulkner smashed it against a coffee table after she found her unconscious mother, Sandra Porter, bleeding at the bottom of a staircase in their Windsor home in 1996. Sandra died in hospital the next day at age 45 having sustained two severe blows to the head, while Porter, then 19, remained in a coma for weeks and missed her mother’s funeral. Her unborn baby was unharmed.
“I was in shock to see his face,” Porter, now 42, said of Faulkner. She learned Faulkner had been charged with murder again while watching an American news broadcast Monday night. “I’m still having a really hard time wrapping my head around it.”
Following his arrest in May of 1996 and subsequent conviction for manslaughter and aggravated assault, Faulkner spent about four years of a 10-year sentence behind bars in Canada before being released on full parole and deported to the United States. That prison stay wasn’t long enough, Porter said, and she intends to testify for the prosecution in Faulkner’s recent case during a future hearing.
“I need justice served,” Porter said. Faulkner had been in an off and on relationship with her mother Sandra “many years” before he killed her, Porter added. “I need some peace in my life. I need this man to never be able to kill again and to make another family go through what I’m going through.” - (Black-on-white)
Dangers of interracial dating
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)
MUSLIM MACHETE-WIELDING MIGRANT ATTACKS WHITE BRITISH POLICE
and tasered him despite suffering wounds exposing his skull
A police officer managed to taser his machete-wielding attacker despite suffering six wounds to the head that exposed his skull, a court has heard. PC Stuart Outten, 29, managed to taser 56-year-old Muhammad Rodwan after he lashed out with a two foot-long rusty blade when he was pulled over for driving without insurance, jurors were told.
Rodwan, a handyman from Luton, denies attempted murder, an alternative charge of wounding with intent, and possession of a weapon. The court heard today how Rodwan was driving a van, which he also lived in, on August 7 last year when he was pulled over by a police van just before 11pm. Jurors at the Old Bailey were shown police body-worn camera footage.
Vegas police arrest (black) suspect in December bus attack -
(non-black) victim lost his right eye from black attack
Las Vegas police have arrested the man accused of attacking a military veteran on a public bus on Dec. 13.
Nathaniel Graves, 26, was arrested Saturday on charges of mayhem, battery resulting in substantial bodily harm and abuse of an old person with substantial bodily harm, according to a release from the Metropolitan Police Department.
Surveillance footage from the bus showed the victim, a military veteran in his 60s, get punched in the face multiple times after confronting a man who put his feet across his lap, police said in a briefing on Jan. 8. The victim had to have his right eye removed because of his injuries.
NOTE: the victim appears White in the video - (Black-on-white)
Graves is being held without bail at the Clark County Detention Center, jail records show. He is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday.
RAW VIDEO: Vegas police release video of attack on local bus
Texas Negro arrested in deadly San Antonio bar shooting - two
Hispanic men murdered - 5 more wounded
SAN ANTONIO — Police have arrested a 19-year-old man in a shooting that left two men dead and at least five people injured at a concert in San Antonio, Texas.
Kieran Christopher Williams will be charged with capital murder for allegedly opening fire during an argument Sunday at a bar on the Museum Reach portion of the San Antonio River Walk, police said Monday.
Officers were called around 8 p.m. Sunday to the Ventura, where they found several people injured and the suspected gunman gone, after what a witness described as a chaotic rush to escape the gunfire.
The medical examiner's officer identified the men killed as Robert Martinez, 21, and Alejandro Robles, 25, police said. A 46-year-old woman and four male teens between the ages of 16 and 19 were hurt but are expected to survive their injuries, police said.
City mass shooter - 15 people wounded, 2 fatally had a black
(more popular in Indonesia)
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Police continue to investigate after a mass shooting took place at a nightclub Sunday night.
Two people were killed, one of whom was the shooter. At least 15 people were injured.
The shooter is identified as 29-year-old Jahron Swift of Kansas City, Missouri. He has a record meaning he shouldn’t have had a gun, but he has several. Police said that an armed private security guard at the club shot and killed Swift about 11:30 p.m. just outside of 9ine Ultra Lounge located in the 4800 block of Noland Road. The victim is 25-year-old Raeven? A. Parks of Kansas City. At least three of the 15 injured victims are in critical condition. - (victim name different in another news links:
police searching for ‘armed and dangerous’ (black) man wanted on
child sex crime charges
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) — Fayetteville police are looking for an “armed and dangerous” man wanted on multiple sex crime charges involving a pre-teen child, according to a press release.
Detectives are searching for 30-year-old Desmond D. Newton. He is charged with two counts of statutory sex offense by an adult, two counts of indecent liberties with a minor, and two counts of crimes against nature.
Police said in the press release that Newton’s victim is a 10-year-old child and the crimes occurred sometime this month. The victim and Newton are known to one another, police said. Newton should be considered armed and dangerous and anyone with any information regarding where he might be is encouraged to call 911 immediately. The crimes occurred during January of 2020 with a ten (10) year old juvenile victim. The victim and suspect are known to one another.
Man Arrested For Alleged Sexual Assault Of Juvenile
A Westchester man wanted for the sexual assault of a minor has been extradited back to Fairfield County after being picked up by the FBI. Leland Robinson, 31, of Mount Vernon, was arrested on Monday, Jan. 6, on a warrant out of New Canaan for the alleged sexual assault of a juvenile, said, Lt. Jason Ferraro of the New Canaan Police.
Robinson was first arrested by New Canaan Police in October of last year when officers responded to a home for a report of a suspicious man in a driveway. When New Canaan Police made contact with the man, later learned to be Robinson, he provided police with a fake name and date of birth and said he lived in the area.
charged with raping 17-year-old after offering her a ride
CROWN POINT — A Griffith man was charged Wednesday with raping a 17-year-old girl July 31 after offering to give her a ride home.
Garland E. Hughes, 26, was identified as a suspect after the girl showed police the building at Park West Apartments where he lived and said she remembered thinking about Garfield the Cat after he told her his name, court records say.
Police searched a database for men with a name similar to Garfield and learned Hughes lived in the building, records state. The girl subsequently identified Hughes in a photo lineup.
Who Jumped Out of Hialeah Police Car To Escape Captured
Teen Arrested In Connection With Video Showing Group Kicking BPD
BLACK BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Two people have been arrested in connection with an assault of a Baltimore City police officer. A viral video posted to social media appeared to show an officer being assaulted while checking on a business in the 1500 block of Pennsylvania Avenue on Saturday. The sergeant was reportedly conducting a business check on Pennsylvania Avenue when the suspect became argumentative and spat in the officer’s face. He tried to arrest the suspect, and several other people began kicking the officer. At a news conference, Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison and Mayor Jack Young spoke out against the assault, saying they’re “absolutely outraged” and since then, other city and state leaders have weighed in. “What we saw was appalling, it was unnecessary and it was downright criminal.” Commissioner Harrison said.
20-year-old Donnell Burgess was arrested and charged with assault and resisting arrest. A 17-year-old male was arrested as a juvenile.
trafficker who targeted vulnerable women gets 30 years in prison
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — A man who ran a sex trafficking operation out of his Humboldt Parkway home was sentenced Thursday to 30 years in prison. 52-year-old Valentino Shine was convicted following a jury trial of five counts of sex trafficking.
Shine exploited women who were vulnerable and addicted to drugs. He would provide or withhold drugs to coerce the victims to engage in commercial sex acts. Evidence presented during the federal trial claimed Shine was recovering from a cocaine addiction and knew the power that drug could have over someone.
black women arrested after Metairie TGI
Fridays employee knifed during dine and dash
Three women were arrested after authorities say they tried to skip out on their dinner tab at a Metairie restaurant, injuring one of the employees during the getaway.
The violent dine and dash occurred Wednesday evening at TGI Fridays, 3330 Veterans Memorial Blvd., said Capt. Jason Rivarde, spokesman for the department. Tiara Grant, 30, Nicole Carter, 33, and Angele Grant, 30, all of New Orleans, had a meal at the restaurant but walked out to the parking lot without paying their $79.50 check, according to the Sheriff's Office.
An unidentified staffer followed the women outside and tried to take photo of the license plate on the trio's vehicle. Carter is accused of grabbing two knives from the front passenger side before confronting the staffer. Carter cut the staffer on the hand and chest before hopping into the vehicle, which sped off, Rivarde said.
Chester County Firefighter Accused Of HOMOSexually Abusing
CHESTER COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — Chester County prosecutors say a North Coventry firefighter is accused of sexually abusing minors. The Chester County District Attorney’s Office announced the arrest of 27-year-old Carlton Raye Bell Jr., a battalion chief at the North Coventry Fire Department, on Sunday.
Prosecutors say Bell began talking with a 14-year-old boy on a social media app in September 2019. According to prosecutors, he picked up the teen at his home in Caln Township and took him to his home in East Coventry Township, where he engaged in sexual acts with the teen.
On Sept. 19, 2019, prosecutors say Bell created a group chat on Snapchat with the victim and two others who are believed to be minors. Prosecutors say he then picked up the three minors and brought them back to his house, where they allegedly engaged in sex acts.
He’s facing multiple counts of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, statutory sexual assault, unlawful contact with a minor among other charges.
Argentinian woman dies after attack by Hispanic boyfriend near
Spring, sheriff says
A 50-year-old woman died Monday after authorities said her 29-year-old live-in boyfriend assaulted her over the weekend.
Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said Alexandria Peletay died as a result of the injuries she received on Saturday morning when her boyfriend allegedly attacked her inside the residence the two shared in the 17000 block of Amidon Drive.
Peletay was taken to an area hospital via Life Flight with blunt force trauma to her and head and face, while her boyfriend who was identified as Hernan Lagunas-Ochoa was arrested and charged with aggravated assault.
ALIEN INVASION: Migrants scuffle with Mexican troops along
CIUDAD HIDALGO, Mexico -- Hundreds of Central American migrants waded across the Suchiate River into southern Mexico on Monday in a new test of U.S. President Donald Trump's Central America strategy to keep them away from the U.S. border. Some scuffled with national guardsmen on the riverbank while others slipped through Mexican lines and trudged off on a rural highway in small groups. Immigration authorities nabbed more there and chased others into the brush.
with $1.5 million fraud for allegedly filing false damage claims
on items shipped through USPS
ALIEN Caravan migrants cross Mexico river, throw rocks at
country's national guard in response to tear gas
foreigner with surname from INDIA Anurag
Chandra, intentionally rammed vehicle with 6 teens
inside, killing 3
The California Highway Patrol said Monday that a driver intentionally rammed his vehicle into a Toyota Prius that was filled with teenagers, causing a fatal crash that killed three boys in Temescal Valley.
The crash was reported shortly before 10:30 p.m. Sunday night, near the intersection of Temescal Canyon Road and Trilogy Parkway.
Investigators determined that two vehicles were traveling southbound on Temescal Canyon when the driver of a white Infiniti, later identified as 42-year-old Anurag Chandra, of Corona, intentionally struck the Prius, causing it to slam into a tree, the CHP said.
The crash left three teenage boys dead and three others injured.
"It was an intentional act," CHP Lt. David Yokley told reporters at a news conference Monday.
"Our investigation led us to believe Mr. Chandra intentionally rammed the Prius, causing the driver to lose control."
- Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!
|SICK CRIMES Anti-child
sexual abuse activist ‘had HOMO sex with 15-year-old boy and kept
child abuse images of kids younger than 12’
AN ACTIVIST who worked to end child sex abuse — and claimed he was once in line for a Nobel Peace Prize — has admitted to having sex with a boy and owning child abuse images.
Joel Davis, a 24-year-old former Ivy League student, pleaded guilty yesterday to arranging “to meet a 15-year-old boy for sex” and to having sex with him, according to officials.
pilot charged after allegedly writing racist graffiti on bathroom
wall - "#MAGA =NO N**S =NO SP**S"
|Teen worker at Five Guys in New Jersey fired for calling cops ‘pigs’|
|New Yorkers have dismal view of race relations: poll|
use linked to higher risk of heart disease
Force Bible Blessing At National Cathedral Sparks Outrage from
Deluge I: The beginning of the end, 1648-1655.
In 17th century the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was at the top of its power. It was the richest and the most powerful country in the region. At that time it was hit by a series of disastrous events known as the Deluge, which would see the Commonwealth invaded by all of its neighbors and lose most of its territory, only to make a comeback and regain most of its possessions.
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man and white woman) charged with sodomy, bestiality
MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. -- Two Marshall County residents were arrested and charged with sodomy and bestiality after a disturbing video was shared with authorities. Investigators told WHNT News 19 the video was shared with community members through Facebook messenger, text messages, and e-mail.
Van Christopher Havis, 53, of Guntersville and Holly Renae Debord, 36 of Albertville, were arrested Thursday after investigators said they identified them and the victim. Havis is being held on a $250,000 bond. Bond has not been set for Debord.
During a news conference Friday, investigators said the video involved a person with a mental disability.
"This is a different, unique type case from what it involved. I’m sure one of the charges is not what you often hear, called bestiality. I’ll just say it involves a domesticated animal and leave it at that," said Marshall County Sheriff Phil Sims. "This is one of the most disturbing and offensive, the facts of this case as I’ve been involved in criminal law for a long time," said Marshall County District Attorney Everette Johnson.
Dangers of interracial dating
Hook up with a black man - he is going to commit a crime and you are going to get arrested with him.
charged with sexually assaulting Maywood mental health center
A patient at a mental health clinic in west suburban Maywood was charged with sexually assaulting a staff member there last week.
Deandre Coleman, 23, faces charges of aggravated criminal sexual abuse and aggravated battery involving strangulation, Illinois State Police said. Coleman allegedly assaulted an employee at John Madden Mental Health Center, 1200 S. 1st Ave., on Jan. 8, state police said. He was taken into custody six days later.
County deputy charged with rape of female suspect
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) -- A Richmond County deputy is under investigation after reports of inappropriate contact with a female suspect in custody. The Richmond County Sheriff's Office tells News 12 38-year-old Deputy Kendrick Quick was placed on paid administrative leave and was arrested today. He will remain on administrative leave until an Internal Affairs Investigation is complete. Quick is charged with Violation of Oath by Public Officer and Rape.
Quick started working with the Richmond County Sheriff's Office in July 2018 and he was assigned to Road Patrol.
|VIDEO: (Evil black) Man
attacks elderly woman, steals purse inside downtown resort's
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is seeking help finding a black male adult who attacked and robbed an elderly woman inside an elevator at a Fremont Street resort.
The incident, according to LVMPD, occurred around 9:20 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 15, at the D Resort and Casino.
The woman and the attacker were alone in the elevator, and the video shows that when the door opened, the suspect put the woman into a headlock as she tried to leave. The suspect then threw her to the ground and struck her in the face multiple times. He then took her purse and put it underneath his sweater as we exited the elevator.
The suspect is described as a black male adult, 5’11” to 6’2” tall, and he was last seen wearing a black hooded sweater, black pants, black shoes, black eyeglasses and a black baseball cap.
charged with attempted murder after allegedly raping, beating
woman in Whitehaven
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis man was arrested after police say he tried to kill a woman after raping her in Whitehaven.
The victim told police she met Derrick Rice at a Citgo gas station on Winchester Saturday. The two began walking together and were eventually caught in the rain.
She said they went into a nearby vacant apartment and the 44-year-old suspect began asking her for sex. She refused his advances and started to walk out when he grabbed her and forced her back into the apartments. That’s when he allegedly raped her. During the encounter, the woman told police that Rice was trying to get her to do other things which again she refused. That’s when he allegedly began beating her with a porcelain toilet top.
The attack left her with two broken hands and a broken eye socket. She required 57 stitches to her face and head, police said.
|(Lewd black) Hempstead
pervert charged with public lewdness for allegedly exposing his
filthy genetalia to women, children
A Hempstead man was arrested for allegedly exposing himself to multiple women and children.
Nassau police say they've been searching for Charles McClendon since October, when he exposed himself to two women and their toddlers shopping at Old Navy in East Garden City. They say McClendon exposed himself again earlier this month in a women's bathroom at the Buy Buy Baby store in East Garden City. He's also accused of stealing several vacuums from a Best Buy.
McClendon is facing multiple charges including burglary, public lewdness and endangering the welfare of a child.
immigration policies showing results, with illegal border
for ‘Target Tori’ After Reporter Trolls Store Manager on Twitter
Why to some people take joy in causing trouble for other people?
|18 January 2020|
Paul shop owner spots stolen items on Facebook; is run over
while meeting (black) ‘seller’ to get them back
The man killed in the Blaine Target parking lot Wednesday was run over while trying to get back items that were stolen from his St. Paul auto repair shop and being sold on Facebook Marketplace, according to charges filed Friday against the alleged hit-and-run driver.
Pierre Jerel Anderson, 30, of St. Paul, was charged in Anoka County District Court with second-degree murder (while committing a felony) and accused of running over Kenneth Alan Niesen, 58, of Brooklyn Park. Anderson was being held at Anoka County jail on Friday in lieu of $500,000 bail.
On Wednesday morning, Niesen discovered that someone had broken into Bonded Transmission Specialists, a University Avenue family business that his father, Walt, started in 1983.
Niesen reported the burglary to St. Paul police, telling an officer that the burglary happened either late Tuesday or early Wednesday and that several items were stolen. Later, Niesen learned a number of them were for sale on Facebook Marketplace. Niesen and others arranged to meet up with the “seller” at the Target parking lot in Blaine at 1500 109th Ave. N.E., according to the criminal complaint.
[more details at link]
18-year-old (black killer named 'Christian')
charged with murder in shooting that killed (White teen named 'Christopher'
ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) – Police in Anderson have charged an 18-year-old man with murder following the shooting death of another teen Thursday afternoon.
Anderson County emergency dispatchers said the shooting was reported along the 100 block of Farmer Street around 4:45 p.m.
Police say when EMS and officers arrived on scene, one person was dead and a second victim had to be transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Anderson County coroner Greg Shore identified the deceased teen as 17-year-old Christopher Dillion Patterson of Anderson. Shore said the shooting happened at Patterson's house during a confrontation, and has thus labeled Patterson's death as a homicide.
According to police, 18-year-old Christian James Elijah Kemp was identified as the suspect following an investigation and charged with murder, possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, and assault and battery second degree. - (Black-on-white)
City killers’ bomb could have killed people 5 football fields
The couple that killed a Jersey City cop then slaughtered three people in a kosher market had even more hateful plans — and a bomb that could have maimed victims up to five football fields away, officials revealed Monday. But the attackers were forced to retrench when they were confronted by hero police Detective Joseph Seals, leading to his slaying, authorities said. Officials said David Anderson and Francine Graham plotted for months before their chance encounter on Dec. 10 with Seals, who apparently spotted their U-Haul van in a cemetery and suspected it was linked to a recent slaying in Bayonne. Their anti-Semitism was fueled by beliefs associated with the Black Hebrew Israelite movement, officials said — adding that Anderson used social media to call Jews “imposters who inhabit synagogues of Satan” and “wicked Israelites who love darkness as cover for their wickedness.” Investigators found at least two notes in Anderson’s pockets, with officials saying one referred to the point in the 1990 documentary “The FBI’s War on Black America” where the late Black Panther leader Fred Hampton denounces “fascist pig cops.”
arrested after shooting at West Broadway Walmart
Jamie Anton Jackson, 18, is charged in a shooting at Walmart on West Broadway in Columbia.
Columbia police confirm shots were fired at Walmart on West Broadway Friday. According to police, Jamie Anton Jackson, 18, was in a restricted area of the Walmart with a firearm and an extended magazine in his waistband. An employee apparently approached the man, and after a physical confrontation managed to get the magazine away from the Jackson.
Jackson then fled to the front of the store and began shooting inside the front area of the store. No one was hurt.
The suspect fled the scene at Walmart. Columbia police said a concerned citizen confirmed the suspect drove to a nearby hotel, where authorities arrested Jackson. According to online arrest records, Jackson was taken into custody by Columbia police at The Drury Inn, located at 1000 Knipp Street. Jackson is charged with assault, endangering the welfare of a child, property damage, stealing a firearm, armed criminal action, unlawful use of a weapon, possession of a defaced firearm and making a terrorist threat.
arrested in shooting of 13 people at Chicago house party
CHICAGO -- A man has been charged with attempted murder in a December shooting at a Chicago house party that left 13 people wounded, Chicago police said Saturday. According to a police statement, 25-year-old Keilon Jones was arrested Thursday. He is also charged with aggravated battery. It's not clear if Jones has an attorney who could comment on the allegations. Jones was due in court Saturday. Police didn't release any information about how investigators identified Jones. Police have said the Dec. 22 shooting stemmed from a dispute at a memorial party being held in honor of someone killed in April. Authorities have said the shooting began inside a house in the city's Englewood neighborhood and more shots were fired as people began fleeing. Police have said the victims ranged in age from 16 to 48. None of their wounds were fatal.
caught on camera stealing $500 from woman playing slots in
Black thief ripped $500 bucks from a woman’s (white) hands as she was gambling at a Queens casino, according to surveillance video and the police.
The suspect was caught on video dawdling around an open space between two rows of slot machines before creeping up behind the 64-year-old woman and snatching the cash from her hands at the Resorts World Casino.
Caught On Camera: Man Snatches Money Out Of Woman’s Hand At Queens Casino
Suspect wanted in string of bodega robberies in Brooklyn
(mostly black) Men and Women Arrested During Human Trafficking
Sting in Georgia
Over a dozen people in Georgia were arrested in human trafficking sting at a hotel in Coweta County earlier this year according to 11 Alive. Coweta County Sheriff’s Office said the department has worked with the Human Exploitation Investigations Group in making the arrest.
Of the people arrested several women were charged with prostitution and two men were charged with pimping and other charges according to the news station. Some others were arrested on drug charges. Two other women arrested who’s names and mugshots are not public told law enforcement officials that they were victims. The names and what they were charged with in the human trafficking sting below via 11 Alive.
of Kan. twins found with serious injuries makes court appearance
SEDGWICK COUNTY—Law enforcement authorities are investigating a case of alleged child abuse that sent two children to a hospital. Their father, 22-year-old Marlin D. Williams, Jr., accused of abuse made his first court appearance on Tuesday, according to the Sedgwick County Attorney's office.
Investigators learned the 2-month-old boy had a broken clavicle that was healing in addition to the injuries discovered during the EMS call. His 2-month-old twin sister had a healing broken femur, according to Allred.
9-month-old Kan. girl remains hospitalized in critical condition
SEDGWICK COUNTY—Law enforcement authorities are investigating a Kansas man for alleged child abuse.
Just before 11:30 p.m. 10, police and EMS were dispatched to the 3600 block of West 13th street North in Wichita for a child not breathing, according to Captain Brent Allred. At the scene, they discovered a 9-month-old girl with critical injuries. EMS transported her to a local hospital where she remains hospitalized in very critical condition, according to Allred.
Investigators learned the child received injuries while in the care of 25-year-old Breitan Radar at the home. That led to his arrest on requested charges of child abuse, child endangerment, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, cultivation of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. He is being held on a $250,000 bond, according to online jail records.
A 6-year-old boy and a 2-year-old boy found at the home were placed in police protective custody. Radar is the father of 6-year-old and not the father of the victim. During the investigation officers discovered a marijuana grow operation inside the apartment.
abuse allegations against Sarasota pastor go back decades
For years, Henry Lee Porter Sr. had been accused of preying on young church members. Now Sarasota police say they’ve finally built a case against him.
The allegations of sexual assault and abuse against former Sarasota pastor Henry Lee Porter Sr. go back decades. There was an investigation in 1990, according to police, and again in 2001. But no charges were filed. Now Sarasota police say a victim recently came forward and is willing to prosecute the 72-year-old. That has helped investigators quickly uncover even more allegations against Porter.
Porter, the founding pastor of the nondenominational Westcoast Center for Human Development, was first arrested on Jan. 2 on a charge of capital sexual battery of a child under 12, according to Sarasota police. News of the victim’s account and Porter’s arrest helped investigators find more victims. A second such charge was filed against Porter on Friday while he was being held without bail in the Sarasota County jail.
And those are just the allegations that are being prosecuted. The latest investigation into Porter started in October and led to a total of 10 victims coming forward with matching stories of how the pastor sexually assaulted them from ages 11 to 19, police said.
employee caught on camera in unsanitary act: 'He should've been
fired' - Masturbating or just lice?
A McDonald's in Pittsburgh claims it has fired one of its employees after a customer noticed his behavior through the drive-thru window.
John Holieb was visiting the fast food restaurant with his girlfriend when he reportedly saw something that would make most customers lose their appetite — one of the kitchen's workers had both of his hands in his pants.
"My girlfriend made a comment about how she can’t believe no one [in the kitchen was] wearing a uniform," Holieb told Fox News. "Then she notices the guy with both hands down his pants. I looked and said, 'WTF, This is crazy' —then I reached for my phone and took two pictures."
- "...the employee shown in the image "is no longer employed by [our] organization."
Police Looking For armed and dangerous NEGRESS
Wanted For Attempted Murder
BETHLEHEM, Pa. (CBS) — Police in Northampton County are searching for a woman wanted for attempted murder. Bethlehem police are asking for the public’s help locating Quanique Gordon, who’s also known as “Nova.”
Police say Gordon stabbed a victim multiple times during an incident that happened on Dover Lane on Wednesday.
According to police, Gordon should be considered armed and dangerous.
Anyone with information regarding Gordon’s location is being asked to contact police at 610-691-6660.
Reward Being Offered Leading To Arrest Of BLACK Man Who
Assaulted Female SEPTA Bus Driver
|(OBSCENE BLACK) Man
arrested for public indecency in ShopRite parking lot
CROMWELL, Conn. (WTNH) — A Middletown man was arrested for public indecency on Friday night.
Police responded to the ShopRite at 45 Shunpike Road at around 10 p.m. on Friday for a report of a man masturbating in his vehicle.
The 24-year-old man, identified as Shyon Logan of Middletown, was found in the driver’s seat with his belt and zipper undone. Logan was arrested and charged with public indecency and breach of peace.
Bronx man Jay
Vazquez-Paulino, viciously beats and threatens girlfriend
plea for help saves California girl, 14, from being forced into
prostitution by gang of Hispanic pimps & sex slavers
A Snapchat message a 14-year-old California girl sent to friends saved her from being forced into prostitution by three men -- one of whom was charged with raping her, according to news reports. Police in San Jose, Calif., said the girl sent the message Tuesday morning as she was being driven by the strangers 40 miles to a motel. Citing court documents, KPIX-TV said the girl, who had been drugged, wrote, “Somebody help me. I’m in a random man’s car … I am not in Santa Cruz. Where am I?” After determining the girl was at the E-Z 8 Motel, officers went there and arrested Albert Vasquez, 55, of San Jose, as he was leaving a second-floor room, Fox 2 San Francisco reported. The girl was found inside the room.
Vasquez was arrested on charges that included kidnapping and rape. Alleged accomplices Antonio Quirino Salvador, 34, and Hediberto Gonzalez Avarenga, 31, both of Fremont, Calif., were charged with kidnapping, Garcia said. They were arrested Wednesday. Vazquez sexually assaulted the victim in the car and in the motel room.
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspects has not been reported in this news article...
|6 ILLEGAL ALIENS FROM GUATEMALA RAPING AND PIMPING
17-YEAR-OLD FEMALE 'RUNAWAY'
Three men charged for assaulting teen in suspected Green Lake County sex trafficking case
GREEN LAKE COUNTY – Three men suspected of taking part in the trafficking of a teenage girl are now charged with sexual assault and enticement.
Esler Hugo Rivera, 33; Ember Rivera, 37; and Evis Amabilio Garcia Rivera, 31, all of Guatemala, were charged with multiple felonies in Green Lake County Circuit Court Tuesday morning, according to online court records.
Garcia Rivera is charged with second-degree sexual assault by use of force, and child enticement with exposure of intimate parts. Both Esler Hugo Rivera and Ember Rivera face charges of third-degree sexual assault and child enticement with exposure of intimate parts.
Three others with suspected involvement — Avelino Sarceno-Sarceno, 40; Noe Buatista-Martinez, 28; and Rolando Corado Gonzalez, 28 — also appeared in court, but will not have their initial appearances until 2 p.m. on Jan. 22.
foster father Michael Diaz accused of repeatedly raping
two pre-teen girls in his care
CHELSEA, Mass. — A Chelsea man accused of sexually assaulting his two foster children was arraigned Friday.
Michael Diaz, 34, was arraigned in Suffolk Superior on 13 charges, including four counts of aggravated rape of a child, six counts of indecent assault and battery on a child, one count of dissemination of matter harmful to a minor, one count of posing a child in a state of nudity and one count of possession of child pornography. All of the charges stem from his treatment of pre-teen foster daughters in his care between 2017 and 2019.
Valley DSHS employee suspected of molesting, raping children
YAKIMA, Wash. – A state Department of Social and Health Services worker whose job involved investigating child abuse and neglect has been arrested on suspicion of molesting or raping several children over a period of years.
Investigators said Rodolfo De Leon, 50, of Yakima knew the alleged victims, but they were not children he regularly encountered as part of his job. However, police say an investigation is continuing.
In court documents, Yakima police say De Leon came to their station Thursday and reported having sexually abused five children. Police said De Leon told them a woman learned of the allegations and told him she would report him if he did not turn himself in.
Police say the victims were believed to be younger than 12 when the alleged sexual abuse first occurred.
ramps up border security to block migrant caravan
A group of more than 3,000 people, mainly from Honduras and El Salvador, crossed into Guatemala on Wednesday.
bust DEA investigator who was allegedly hunting for homo sex
with (fake) 14-year-old boy online
A DEA diversion investigator is facing federal charges for allegedly sending photos of his genitals to an undercover officer posing as a 14-year-old — and then pressuring the agent to reciprocate.
“Let me see yours,” Frederick Scheinin wrote the undercover via an encrypted chat app last month, after first sending the officer a photo of his erect penis, the feds allege.
The two also chatted via video, where the investigator exposed himself, masturbated and tried to pressure the fake 14-year-old into returning the favor, the feds allege. When the agent declined and said he was nervous, Scheinin is accused of replying, “What if I find like a new cute boy to talk to while I’m so horny right now.” They allegedly made plans to meet for a sexual encounter at an undisclosed location on Jan. 16 — but instead agents arrested him when he showed with a condom and a bottle of lube.
Stevens, arrested in harassment of Jewish couple in Midtown hate
Stevens, arrested for anti-Semitic incident in Times Square
governor wants to amend day that honors KKK leader
Gov. Bill Lee will introduce legislation this year to amend a law requiring Tennessee to honor Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest, an early leader of the Ku Klux Klan
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Gov. Bill Lee will introduce legislation this year that would amend a law requiring Tennessee to honor Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest, an early leader of the Ku Klux Klan.
Lee's office confirmed Friday that the Republican, who has previously expressed his displeasure over the honor, was working on the bill. The office did not provide further details.
According to the law in question, Tennessee governors must sign six proclamations throughout the year designating the following days of special observance: Robert E. Lee Day (January 19), Abraham Lincoln Day (February 12), Andrew Jackson Day (March 15), Confederate Decoration Day (June 3), Nathan Bedford Forrest Day (July 13) and Veterans' Day (November 11).
female) Ex-manager at Soho salon claims workplace was racist to
black staff, clients
The Devachan Hair and Spa and Devacurl product line — which cater specifically to curly-haired women — was trying to expand from their mainly Jewish clientele base to include black women as well by trying to hire more black staff, the suit says.
Seattle cop has been fired for suggesting “sending package bombs”
to Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama
so they “finally STFU,” according to a new report.
Council Speaker Corey
Johnson wants cops to stop ticketing jaywalking because
ninety percent were black and Latino pedestrians in the first nine months of 2019 - a “very disconcerting” disparity, Johnson said.
only' signs sold at Colorado antique store called racist
In a section of Antique Corral in Cortez, near the Utah border, are three signs that read: "Public swimming pool white only," "We serve colored carry out only" and "Colored seated in rear." and other offensive merchandise including mammy figurines.
rabid ultra-far-left anti-Constitutional faux-democrat Virginia
Governor Northam trying to start a second civil war?
By T.L. Davis - The American Thinker
By all appearances, Governor Northam of Virginia is trying to start Civil War Two. Northam has already inflamed his own citizens by calls for gun confiscation, and some other members of the State Assembly have suggested activating and sending out the National Guard to enforce unpopular gun legislation. Northam's rhetoric has already caused 102 counties and cities in Virginia to pass Second Amendment sanctuary laws that prevent local government from expending tax funds or resources on enforcing laws passed by the state that citizens feel violate the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.
|Japanese fashion house accused of cultural appropriation for putting models in cornrow wigs: 'Racist show!'|
|MSG in Chinese food isn't unhealthy -- you're just racist, activists say|
will screen passengers for deadly new virus from China
Starting Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will take temperatures of passengers at JFK and the Los Angeles and San Francisco international airports who arrive from the outbreak city of Wuhan.
|17 January 2020|
Sex offender sought in death of (White) Alabama woman who sent
worried text after leaving bar
Alabama authorities are seeking a registered sex offender in the death of a woman who was reported missing after leaving a bar with two strange men and then texting a friend, “I feel in trouble.”
Frederick Hampton, 50, was with Paighton Houston when she disappeared the night of Dec. 20. According to David Agee, deputy chief of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, he disposed of the woman's body the day after she died.
“We are actively looking for him,” Agee told a news conference on Thursday. He said Hampton, who is facing an abuse of corpse charge, could be in Georgia. The 29-year-old woman from Trussville was found buried in a shallow grave in the backyard of a house believed to be owned by Hampton’s relatives on Jan. 3, Agee said. The house was in Hueytown, near Birmingham. - (Black-on-white)
Dangers of interracial dating
If you leave a bar with a strange black man (or two) it is best to set up your own 'GO FUND ME'
so your relatives do not have to bear the expenses of a 'proper burial' after they find you in a shallow grave.
Man’s murder charge dropped in plea deal; WHITE victim’s family
GUTHRIE, Okla. (KFOR) – A family is outraged after an Oklahoma judge decided to clean the slate for the accused mastermind behind a young father’s murder. Twenty-four-year-old Joseph Angelo was found dead on his front porch with nearly 40 gunshot wounds to his body.
After a hearing on Friday inside a Logan County courtroom, Angelo’s killer could be a free man in a few years. “We have no faith in the justice system there,” Michael Angelo said. So much so, the still grieving family picked up their lives in Guthrie and moved a thousand miles away.
“Our system is a joke,” Angelo said.
But Friday morning, Michael Angelo said he can’t escape the pain, learning Friday his brother’s alleged killer, Reggie Smith, will soon be free. “It’s all falling apart, all of it,” Angelo said. “There is absolutely no reason that this man should be having a plea deal.”
In spring of 2017, Joseph Angelo, father of a one year old, was gunned down on his Guthrie front porch. Police say he was sprayed with nearly 40 bullets. According to court documents, a group was out for “revenge after someone tried to steal marijuana from Reggie Smith earlier that day.” A witness added, “Smith was extremely angry and he wanted to find the gangbangers.” Smith and three others eventually were caught and booked for murder.
“The evidence can be right in front of them and they will make whatever decision they want to,” Angelo said.
But it’s evidence a Logan County jury couldn’t prove in Smith’s trial, coming to a deadlock. So Friday, Smith made a deal with the judge: his murder charge would be wiped clean in exchange for a different charge, assault with a dangerous weapon.
Smith also had to admit his part in the murder, first saying he drove the group to the home, but that he did not pull the trigger.
Smith’s family did not want to go on camera, but two years ago, his mother spoke to News 4 maintaining her son was innocent.
“I am not going to say my son is perfect, my children are perfect, because they ain’t,” Sheila Smith said. “But they did not kill that man.”
The Angelos say they are baffled. “My family, I will say, is not going to be happy people when this is all said and done,” Angelo said.
Smith was sentenced to 10 years, but he was credited for the two years he has already served.
man arrested for the senseless brutal murder of a well-known
(White) St. Pete bartender
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Two days after the body of 48-year-old Scott Jenks was discovered lying in a shopping plaza parking long, an arrest has been made in the case. Jenks’ body was found at about 4:40 a.m. Tuesday. Police said there was evidence he was beaten to death. Jenks was well-known in the community. He'd spent years working as a bartender and a cook at various bars and restaurants around St. Pete.
On Thursday, Kristoff King, 37, was arrested in Alachua County, charged with first-degree murder. King is being held in Alachua County awaiting extradition to Pinellas County.
A gofundme account is set up to help the Jenks family with burial costs. The Gofundme page says a there will be a celebration of life at the Outpost on Gandy in St. Petersburg - (Black-on-white)
2nd 'victim' arrested in connection with deadly Mt. Airy
stabbing - "Victim
arrested"? - (Possible murder-suicide attempt?)
MT. AIRY, Ohio (FOX19) - Cincinnati police say they’ve made an arrest in connection with a deadly stabbing in Mt. Airy.
Officers found two stabbing victims when they responded to the 2500 block of Kipling Avenue shortly before 9 p.m. on Jan. 5. Renee Kuhn, 48, was pronounced dead at the scene.
No information was released at the time about the surviving 'victim'. On Thursday, police said in a news release that the second 'victim' James Victor, 52, has been arrested for Kuhn’s murder. The investigation by the Cincinnati Police Department’s Homicide Unit is ongoing.
who kept dead girlfriend’s head in freezer gets light prison
The Brooklyn pimp who was convicted last year of dismembering his prostitute girlfriend and keeping her head in his freezer was sentenced to (only) four to eight years in prison on Friday after hearing a statement from the victim’s family in which they branded him an “evil monster.”
Somorie Moses, 43, was convicted in November of negligent homicide for the Jan. 12, 2017 killing of 32-year-old Leondra Foster and concealing her dismembered corpse — disposing of portions in a Bronx trash dump and keeping others in his freezer.
But a Brooklyn jury let Moses, a registered sex offender who went by the handle “Sugar Bear,” skate on a second-degree murder charge when it handed up its verdict, which means he can spend no more than eight years in prison for his ghoulish deed. Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Ruth Shillingford gave Moses two-to-four year sentences on each count — and told Moses she hopes he will end up doing the longest possible sentence.
Bell ice cream licker in Texas pleads guilty to criminal
A Texas prankster who partook in the viral trend of licking ice cream in cartons of Blue Bell and placing them back in grocery store freezers has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge.
A video posted to social media in August showed a man running his tongue in a circular motion around the top of a tub of Blue Bell before sticking his finger in it to get a bigger taste, and then licking it again. He then put it back into the freezer at a Port Arthur Walmart. Anderson on Wednesday pleaded guilty to criminal mischief.
Police said D'Adrien Anderson was the man responsible. Port Arthur Police Department Detective Michael Hubert told NBC News that Anderson "advised that he did that as a stunt, that he went back and purchased it."
Mother Of Philly Police Officer Stabbed To Death In Bathtub by
BLACK Foster Child of 3 days who tortured victims
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia police have released the mugshot of 17-year-old Xavier Johnson after he was charged in the murders of his foster mother and a 20-year-old missing man. Police say Johnson stabbed to death 64-year-old Renee Gilyard, of East Germantown, and (Chinese) Jimmy Mao, of West Philadelphia, in separate incidents.
Philadelphia Police Capt. Jason Smith said Xavier “brutally tortured and murdered” both of his victims.
He said robbery appeared to be the motive for both incidents.
Gilyard was Xavier’s foster mother for only three days before she was killed. She was found stabbed to death early Wednesday morning inside her East Germantown home. Her body was found covered in blood in a bathtub.
Police say Johnson was taken into custody Wednesday morning in West Philadelphia after stealing and crashing Gilyard’s SUV following a police chase. Police also confirmed Mao’s remains were found inside a black duffel bag on the 1000 block of Cobbs Creek Parkway, late Wednesday afternoon. Mao went missing in late December.
Mao suffered stab wounds to his face and neck. Smith says Johnson placed Mao’s remains inside a duffel bag and threw it down a hill in an attempt to conceal his death. Johnson has been charged with murder, robbery, possessing instruments of crime, tampering with evidence, obstruction of justice, abuse corpse and theft-receiving stolen property.
York City Police filmed tackling and pointing guns at (black)
teenager who dodged £2 (
$2.75 U.S.”) train
Homicide Count Hit 353 last year... - Philadelphia Has Gone To
Hell In A Handbasket
One Man's Story Offers a New Way to Understand Slave
Wager, also known by his African name, Apongo, was a leader of the largest slave rebellion in the 18th century British Empire. But long before taking his part in the great Jamaican insurrection of 1760– 1761, commonly called Tacky’s Revolt, he had been on a remarkable odyssey.
Taking advantage of Britain’s Seven Years’ War against its European opponents, Wager and more than a thousand other enslaved black people on the island engaged in a series of uprisings, which began on April 7, 1760, and continued until October of the next year. Over those 18 months the rebels managed to kill 60 whites and destroy tens of thousands of pounds’ worth of property. During the suppression of the revolt and the repression that followed, over 500 black men and women were killed in battle, executed or driven to suicide. Another 500 were transported from the island for life. Considering “the extent and secrecy of its plan, the multitude of the conspirators, and the difficulty of opposing its eruptions in such a variety of different places at once,” wrote one planter who lived through the upheaval, this revolt was “more formidable than any hitherto known in the West Indies.”
Serial Con Artist Candace Clark Has Been Arrested - CBS Chicago
is very proud of the part it played
CHICAGO (CBS)– Accused serial con artist, Candace Clark has been arrested, following a series of CBS 2 investigations.
CBS 2 has been following Clark and found that she has been involved in several elaborate scams that have cost people across Chicago tens of thousands of dollars. She’s accused of ripping off everyone from seniors to millionaires.
CBS 2 Politcal Investigaor Dana Kozlov has more on how they finally nabbed her.
Victim after victim told CBS 2 Clark was the woman who conned them out of tens of thousands of dollars – or rent money.
Former North Hollywood teacher's aide Lino Cabrera
convicted of sexually abusing half a dozen girls
He was accused of sexually abusing six girls, ages 10 and 11, between September 2016 and May 2019.
Overweight Muslim ISIS fanatic arrested in Iraq sparks stream of
A massive 560-pound jihadi dubbed “Jabba the Jihadi” has been nicked by Iraqi forces, sparking a stream of hilarious Internet memes.
Hate preacher Abu Abdul Bari had to be loaded onto a flatbed truck after he was nabbed in his Mosul bolthole by Iraqi security forces.
British woman, who was convicted of lying about a gang rape by 12
Israeli tourists while in Cyprus,
has asked a local court to overturn the decision, according to a report Friday.
'Teacher of the Year' kneels during college football championship
attended by Trump
|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:|
freak-show recently released convicted sex offender nabbed for
exposing himself, assaulting woman on Greyhound bus
A newly released sex offender who was on his way to California from an Iowa prison was arrested this week for allegedly exposing himself and sexually assaulting a woman on a Greyhound bus.
Police in the northeastern Utah city of Vernal said Gregory Kehl, 64, was arrested after the Greyhound driver pulled into a KFC and notified the manager of the alleged assault, KUTV reported Thursday.
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director: De Blasio needs to ‘own’ elderly woman’s murder
The nation’s top immigration official said Friday that Mayor Bill de Blasio needs to “own” the death of a 92-year-old Queens woman allegedly killed as a result of his “sanctuary city” policy.
“The policies of the mayor make this city less safe,” said acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Matthew Albence.
“If you’re going to have a sanctuary city policy, just own it.”
During a news conference in Lower Manhattan, Albence grew visibly angry while discussing the case of Maria Fuertes, who was sexually abused and murdered while walking near her home on Jan. 6.
The suspect, illegal immigrant Reeaz Khan, had previously been released without bail in an assault on his dad despite a federal request that he be held for deportation proceedings, ICE has said.
“We wanted him three months ago before he did this,” Albence said. “If we had been able to cooperate with the NYPD, Maria Fuentes would be alive today.”
Albence added bitterly, “Too little, too late, New York City.”
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arrest black suspect for murder of a (White) man in fatal
Broward County traffic shooting
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Broward Sheriff's deputies announced the arrest of a man they say is responsible a shooting death that followed some kind of traffic incident.
According to BSO, 21-year-old David McLean was identified as the man involved in a November traffic dispute that left another man shot to death.
Investigators initially believed the man seen in the video, now identified as McLean, was the same person caught on security video driving a white, full-sized pickup truck fleeing northbound on Northeast Second Avenue after the incident, leaving Oakland Park Boulevard at 6:19 p.m. Nov. 17. Shortly after, a passerby saw Ian Curtis, 27, of Fort Lauderdale, lying in the roadway. Detectives believe that around 6:15 p.m., Curtis exited his white Mercedes-Benz before collapsing onto the street. The passerby administered CPR to Curtis until paramedics arrived. Rescue workers took Curtis to Broward Health Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. McLean was taken into custody late Tuesday morning, deputies said. - (Black-on-white)
sex offender tries to break into Fairfield couple’s home -
through the backyard doggy door
FAIRFIELD, Calif. (KTXL) -- Police say a pantsless intruder entered a Fairfield couple’s backyard last Wednesday and tried to get inside the home through the doggy door.
The Farrells have lived in the Sycamore Drive neighborhood for 20 years. They said they felt safe there until a prowler hopped over their fence and into their backyard.
“(My wife) was very shaken up,” said 83-year-old Fred Farrell. Farrell said he was working in his garage when the intruder approached the house, where his caregiver and wife, who has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, were both inside.
“He dropped his drawers and mooned her and was trying to get her outside,” Farrell explained.
He said the man tried to force his way into their home through a sliding door. Then, he tried the dog door.
Farrell said his wife immediately called 911 and help quickly came. Fairfield police officers chased the suspect through the neighborhood. When they caught him, they discovered he was a registered sex offender who had been wanted for violating his parole and had cut off his GPS ankle device.
Police arrested the suspect, now identified as 48-year-old Leroy Vance, of Fairfield.
The Farrells said they were just grateful he was back where he belongs.
“I want him off the streets,” Farrell said. “He ought to be put in prison. I just wonder why he was let out of jail.”
The couple and their helper plan to testify in court so the suspect stays behind bars and cannot harm anyone else. - (Black-on-white)
County grandfather charged with rape of child
HOKE COUNTY, N.C. (WNCN) — A Hoke County grandfather is in jail after authorities say he raped a child.
Billy Bronson was arrested and charged with statutory rape and indecent liberties with a child, according to a release from the Hoke County Sheriff’s Office. Bronson is currently being held at the Hoke County Detention Center under a $100,000 bond.
Investigators say if you have any information pertaining to the case, contact Captain Steven Blakley at 910-875-5111.
Points Shotgun At Officers After Being Ordered To Turn Down His
HOMESTEAD (KDKA) — A Homestead man is facing a long list of charges after police say he pointed a shotgun at an officer who was responding to his apartment over a complaint about loud music. Police have charged David Randolph with assault of a law enforcement officer, terroristic threats, reckless endangerment, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
The criminal complaint says officers told Randolph to keep his music turned down or he would be cited, then went over to speak with his neighbor. While interviewing the neighbor, police say Randolph came back out into the hallway, telling them, “I got something for you guys.” They told him to go back inside and to expect a citation by mail.
Police say as the officers were walking away, music started blasting again from Randolph’s apartment. The criminal complaint says he then came back into the hallway a third time, “holding a black shotgun at his side.”
The officers say he then raised it and pointed it at one of them. Police say they drew their guns and ordered Randolph to drop his own weapon, then backed into an elevator and called for backup. The Allegheny County SWAT Team arrived and Randolph was taken into custody. Police found the shotgun in his apartment. Randolph was taken to the West Homestead Police Station, and is now being held in the Allegheny County Jail.
footballer Odell Beckham arrest warrant issued for smacking
police officer in LSU celebration
An arrest warrant in New Orleans has been issued for Odell Beckham Jr. for simple battery after he slapped a police officer during LSU’s national title celebration, according to multiple reports.
The 27-year-old Browns star receiver smacked the butt of a security guard who was chastising Tigers players in the Superdome locker room following LSU’s 42-25 win over Clemson in the national title game on Monday night.
A law enforcement source told NOLA.com that police pushed for a misdemeanor sexual battery charge, but that was declined by a judge.
Teacher Accused of Having Sexual Relationship With Student
A former teacher at a Montgomery County Christian school is accused of having a sexual relationship with one of his students.
Jason Kavistan, 39, of Philadelphia, was arrested Tuesday and charged with institutional sexual assault, endangering the welfare of children, corruption of minors and unlawful contact with a minor.
Kavistan was a teacher at Huntingdon Valley Christian Academy (HVCA). Police said the investigation began last February when the principal reported seeing Kavistan alone with one of his students, a teen girl, inside a locked room with the blinds closed.
The girl told investigators her relationship with Kavistan began during the 2016-2017 school year when she was in 8th grade and that it continued until the summer of 2019. The two often met at Kavistan’s home while his wife and children were away, according to the criminal complaint. The teen also told investigators the two met “at school if we could find a place without cameras,” officials said.
from brandy bottle cap leads to arrest in Chandler sexual
A Chandler man was arrested Thursday after DNA evidence tied him to a sexual assault case eight months ago.
Michael W. Burks, 33, is accused of sexually assaulting a woman on May 3 inside her Chandler home near Queen Creek and Dobson roads, according to a probable cause statement submitted to the court. At the time, the woman, who was not identified because she is a victim, told police she was sexually assaulted about 1 a.m. after a man she didn't know entered her home, court documents said. During the assault, she bit him on his arm as she tried to get away, screamed for help and attempted to call the police, according to court documents. On the night of the sexual assault, Chandler police officers at the scene found a bottle cap near the woman's front door that matched the description of a bottle of brandy she said her attacker held when he knocked at her door. The bottle cap was processed for DNA evidence that later matched to Burks.
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who was angry about missing mower charged with murder
KINLOCH, Mo. (AP) — A St. Louis man has been charged will fatally shooting another man after getting mad at him about a missing lawn mower and leaf blower.
Thirty-six-year-old Antonio Taylor was charged Thursday with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the death of 40-year-old Gary Flemings, who worked for him doing lawn care. Police say Flemings' body was found in September in a vacant residence in the suburb of Kinloch. The probable cause statement says Taylor drove the victim to the abandoned building and shot him multiple times several days after getting angry with him about the missing equipment.
No attorney is listed for Taylor in online court records.
(black) man breaks pregnant girlfriend's jaw, DNA links him to
rapes in Algiers, prosecutors say
A domestic violence arrest sparked an investigation that led to a man’s indictment on Thursday in two unsolved rapes in Algiers, New Orleans prosecutors said.
Authorities say that after 22-year-old Navarri Henderrson’s arrest in October on an accusation that he knocked his pregnant girlfriend unconscious, his DNA sample was collected at the jail under state law. That linked him to the sexual assault of two strangers on the West Bank, prosecutors said. He now faces life imprisonment.
The first accuser said she was jogging along the Mississippi River levee in Algiers Point, in the 700 block of Patterson Road, on the night of Dec. 28, 2016, when a man grabbed her from behind, beat her and raped her.
Separately, shortly after midnight on Aug. 1, 2018, a woman told police she was walking toward MacArthur Boulevard when a man forced her behind a grocery store, strangled her unconscious, raped her and robbed her. That woman was pregnant, as was Henderson’s girlfriend of two years when he broke her jaw on Oct. 8, 2019, police said.
girl, 11, found 6 hours after getting abducted while getting off
school bus; Hispanic suspect in custody
A young girl is safe and a Massachusetts man is in custody hours after police say he abducted the 11-year-old after she got off a school bus.
Charlotte Moccia was reported missing by State Police Wednesday after they said she was seen being forced into a car at around 1:30 p.m. after she was dropped off by the school bus in Springfield. Charlotte, a student at Hampden Charter School of Science in Chicopee, was still in her uniform when witnesses saw her screaming as the suspect forced her into a navy blue Honda Civic, police said. Nearly six hours later, at around 7:15 p.m., police received several calls reporting a car matching that description eastbound on the Massachusetts Turnpike, FOX25 reported.
Police pulled the car over and found Charlotte in the back seat and 24-year-old Miguel Rodriguez behind the wheel. The girl was evaluated on the scene and didn’t appear injured. Rodriguez was taken into custody and is due in court Thursday. Rodriguez’s father told Masslive.com that his son has a history of mental illness, including schizophrenia and paranoia.
“We knew that sooner or later he was going to do something of this nature,” Henry Rodriguez said, “but not something this crazy.”
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Long Beach hotel cook Rodolfo Montoya pleads no contest
to workplace shooting threat
Police said Rodolfo Montoya,who worked at the Long Beach Marriott, was angry over a workplace issue and in August told a co-worker he was going to shoot other colleagues and people at the hotel.
The co-worker told the hotel’s general manager, Imran Ahmed, who called police.
At Montoya's home, investigators found a Colt AR-15 rifle, a shotgun, pistols and other rifles, tactical gear and hundreds of rounds of ammunition, prosecutors said.
sentences two Iranian men to prison for spying
(WASHINGTON) -- Two men have been sentenced to prison in the United States for conducting surveillance on behalf of Iran's government.
Ahmadreza Mohammadi-Doostdar, 39, a dual U.S.-Iranian citizen, and Majid Ghorbani, 60, an Iranian citizen and resident of California, were sentenced to prison terms of 38 months and 30 months, respectively. Doostdar will also serve 36 months of supervised release and pay a fine of $14,153, while Ghorbani will serve 36 months of supervised release, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
An FBI investigation found that both men had been spying on American citizens who are members of the Mujahedin-e Khalq, or MEK, a group that advocates for the overthrow of the Iranian government.
Indiana college president fired after arrest for suspicion of
The president of a liberal arts college in Indiana has been fired after his arrest on suspicion of sex crimes, school officials announced.
Thomas J. Minar was terminated by Franklin College on Monday after his Jan. 6 arrest in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin on preliminary charges of use of a computer to facilitate a sex crime, child enticement and exposing a child to harmful materials, the Indianapolis Star reported.
Minar, a 56-year-old Chicago native, had been the private college’s president since 2015 after working at American University in Washington, DC. He announced last summer that he planned to step down from his post in June, the Star reported.
“The safety of our campus community – especially our students – is always our first priority,” the college’s Board of Trustees chair, Jim Due, said. “We are deeply shocked and gravely concerned by the reported behavior of Dr. Minar that led to his arrest in Wisconsin, and we will continue to cooperate fully with authorities.” Minar had served as the first openly gay president at the 1,000-student Franklin College, according to the Indianapolis Star. Minar appeared in court on Jan. 7 and was released after posting bond. He was also told by a judge not to have direct contact with minors unless supervised and to stay off social media.
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blacktivist paranoid female St. Louis prosecutor sues city,
police union, alleging racist ‘conspiracy’ to force her from
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Monday over what she claims was a racist conspiracy by city officials and the local police union to remove her from office.
[Soros pawn] Gardner, who is black, alleges civil rights violations as well as violations of the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871.
The named defendants in the lawsuits are white. The lawsuit names the city of St. Louis; the St. Louis Police Officers Association; the police union's business manager, Jeff Roorda; and Gerard Carmody, a special prosecutor who indicted an investigator hired by Gardner, among others.
Roorda said the police union considers the lawsuit "frivolous and without merit."
headline posted June 18, 2019 - BLACKTIVIST
Activists allege racism in treatment of St. Louis prosecutor
Some black activists in St. Louis say there's an unfair racial component to criticism of St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner over her hiring of a man who led the investigation of former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens and who now faces perjury charges.
About a dozen black activists gathered Tuesday outside of a downtown courthouse to defend Gardner and the investigator, William Tisaby, who are both black. Tisaby faces six counts of perjury and one count of tampering with evidence stemming from his investigation of Greitens.
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