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offered for (black) suspect in aggravated murder of (White)
CLEVELAND (WJW)– The U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is searching for the man accused in the brutal attack and murder of a Cleveland landscaper.
Sedrick Hawkins, 24, is wanted for aggravated murder.
Marshals said Hawkins broke into the landscaping business on Buckeye Road in Cleveland on Sept. 16 and beat 74-year-old Larry Manno. Hawkins is also suspected of robbing the victim. Manno suffered broken ribs and lacerations, and died from his injuries a month later. He was well known in the Buckeye-Shaker neighborhood, where residents said he was dedicated to keeping the area safe.
Hawkins is 5 foot 9 and 150 pounds. He is known to frequent the area of East 130th Street and Buckeye Road. - (Black-on-white)
|3 February 2020|
Coordinated effort leads to arrest of (black) downtown Seattle
shooting suspects in Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS -- Officers with the Department of Corrections NW Community Response Unit and SW Community Response Unit working with Seattle Police, the U.S. Marshals Western District of Washington Violent Offender Task Force and Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department located and arrested Marquise Tolbert and William Toliver, both aged 24, on Saturday, February 1, 2020.
After developing information the two men were at the Rio hotel on Flamingo Road, U.S. Marshals and Las Vegas Metro PD officers conducted surveillance until they spotted the fugitives together. A team moved in and safely took both of them into custody. Tolbert and Toliver were booked into the Clark County Detention Center where they are awaiting their extradition back to Seattle.
killer's mother convicted of hindering his arrest
PITTSBURGH (AP) —The mother of a man convicted in the shooting death of a Pennsylvania police officer has been convicted of helping him elude police in the days after the 2017 shooting.
Sherry Holt, 49, of Pittsburgh, was found guilty Thursday of hindering apprehension following a nonjury trial. She faces up to seven years in prison when she's sentenced April 23. Her son, Rahmael Sal Holt, was sentenced to death last year after he was convicted of first-degree murder in the slaying of New Kensington officer Brian Shaw. He was fatally shot after an attempted traffic stop on Nov. 17, 2017.
Prosecutors contended Holt was an armed drug dealer who had planned to rob the driver of the SUV that Shaw attempted to stop in Old Kensington in Westmoreland County on the night of the shooting. Holt has maintained that he wasn't the person who fired.
Rahmael Sal Holt was arrested after a four-day manhunt. His cousin, Marcel Mason, 30, of Pittsburgh, was convicted last year on a hindering charge and was sentenced to 15 to 30 months in prison. Mason’s girlfriend, Aysa Benson, 32, also of Pittsburgh, is expected to stand trial this year on a hindering charge. - (Black-on-white)
arrested for 19-year-old cold case murder
OMAHA, Neb. (FOX 42 KPTM) — The family of a man who was murdered 19 years ago is now getting justice.
Metro Area Fugitive Task Force arrested 51-year-old Christopher Martin Tuesday for first-degree murder.
On December 5, 2000, Omaha Police responded to 2907 Q Street after receiving a call of a person found lying on the ground in south Omaha. When they arrived officers found 35-year-old Todd Schumacher with multiple gunshot wounds. Schumacher was pronounced dead at the scene. Not able to make an arrest at the time, officers from the Omaha Police Homicide Unit said they classified the murder as a cold case.
Fast-forward to 2019, the victim's daughter Alyssa Schumacher, reached out to the Cold Case Squad and the case was reopened by Detective Dave Schneider. "After all these years, my dad will finally be able to rest in peace and our family will be able to rest a little better at night knowing that the person who did this is finally getting what he deserves," Schumacher said. According to the police, the Homicide Unit had enough evidence from investigating to get a felony arrest warrant for Martin.
(BLACK) Son Charged with Homicide in Shooting Deaths of (WHITE)
Parents in Columbia County
ORANGE TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- A mother and father were found shot to death inside their home in Columbia County.
Police say their shooter is the couple's 18-year-old adopted son, who called police afterward.
Shock and grief rocked a rural community near Millville after a husband and wife were found shot to death in their home.
The person charged with their murders, the couple's adoptive son, 18-year-old Carl Kressler.
Troopers were sent to the home on Hartman Hollow Road around 10 p.m. Thursday.
Court papers say Carl called 911 and told dispatchers that his parents were “gone."
Inside the home, troopers found the bodies of Flint and Sharon Kressler.
Brothers Donny and Randy Zimmerman live down the road from the Kressler's.
They have ties to the family through marriage.
“It's shocking. It's close to home and it's heartbreaking,” said Donny.
“I’ve known them all my life,” said Randy. “Good family, good family. I didn't know Carl well, just [see him] when's he's going by, that's it.” “They were very good parents, that I`m aware of,” said Donny.
Carl finally admitted to shooting his parents because, in part, they made disparaging remarks about their decision to adopt him.
Carl told investigators he tried to make it look like his parents were shot and killed during a burglary.
Police say Carl had disabled the security system and hid some of his mother’s jewelry.
After the shooting, police say carl left to toss the gun off a bridge into a river then returned home and made that call to police.
“It's just a terrible thing, just terrible,” said Randy. “Terrible, it's terrible. I don't know it's unheard of for this area.”
Carl Kressler was denied bail and is locked up at the Columbia County prison.
|(White female) Georgia cold case rape victim breaks
silence after major breakthrough
COBB COUNTY, Ga - Advanced DNA technology led investigators to a major breakthrough in three rape cases from more than two decades ago. The crimes may have been more than 20 years ago, but to the women who lived through the horror, it seems like yesterday.
"The worst day of my life happened 21 years ago," Nicole Ebbeskotte said.
It was 1999. Ebbeskotte was in her own Cobb County bedroom when she was raped by a stranger. Investigators were able to link one man to the rapes of Ebbeskotte and two other women in the same area near Windy Hill Road, but they didn't know who that man was. "That was what was frustrating that there was nobody on the other side of the DNA," said Ebbeskotte.
After the traumatic event, Ebbeskotte went into a career in law enforcement. She worked for the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office for seven years. "It wasn't to find the perpetrator, it was to help women so they didn't have to go through the same thing I did," she said.
She worked with legislators on new laws to help victims, all while her case grew cold.
That is until last year. With the help of a $10,000 federal grant, investigators used advanced genealogy testing and identified relatives of Williams. They built the genetic tree forward and it led them to 48-year-old Lorinzo Novoa Williams.
Investigators went to his home in Arkansas to gather more DNA and question him.
The next day, Williams died in an apparent suicide. - (Black-on-white)
UTAH footballer WR charged with rape and kidnapping of UNDERAGE
A University of Utah football player has been charged with rape and kidnapping after police say he assaulted the 17-year-old female and refused to let her leave his apartment.
20-year-old Terrell Perriman faces a first-degree felony count of rape and a third-degree felony count of aggravated kidnapping — he was arrested on Thursday morning and booked into the Salt Lake County Jail, where his bail has been set at $750,000.
According to the statement describing his arrest, Perriman first communicated with the underage female on the app Instagram before continuing talks through the app Snapchat It was through there that he sent an Uber to pick up the minor and bring her back to his apartment on Jan. 23.
The minor told police that Perriman, prior to their meeting in person, constantly pressured her into sending nude photos of her self, while he sent her several sexually explicit videos and pictures. It is unknown if she sent any photos. On the date that the alleged incident took place, it's documented that Perriman sent the female and Uber that dropped her off at his apartment. Once at the apartment, it's alleged that he trapped her there, refusing to let her go unless she performed a sexual act on him — the teenager told police she was scared because Perriman was holding a stun gun.
The teenager refused to perform the activity, stating that was only 17 and still in high school. Perriman blocked the door, took her cellphone and covered her mouth while she attempted to scream and alert somebody.
Afterwards, according to the statement Perriman pulled his pants down and forced her out of hers and forcibly raped her. He then ordered another Uber and sent the underage female home.
DNA tests solve 1991 New Jersey boardwalk rape, murder case
FREEHOLD, New Jersey -- Authorities say new DNA tests have allowed them to solve the rape and murder of a woman whose body was found at the boardwalk of a seaside city in New Jersey nearly three decades ago.
The Monmouth County prosecutor's office said Friday that Clarence Turnage, who died in 2014, has been identified as the attacker, but they are still trying to confirm that Christa Engel was the woman whose body was found under a ramp at the Asbury Park boardwalk in March 1991.
Brooklyn rape suspect was free under NY’s new bail-reform law
A man arrested for trying to rape a woman in a Brooklyn train station earlier this week was in jail for almost a year before the state’s new bail reform laws allowed him to go free and allegedly commit more crimes, the Daily News has learned.
Arjun Tyler, 20, was busted late Friday on charges he beat and sexually assaulted a 31-year-old woman at the 95th St. station in Bay Ridge last week, as well as for several thefts he allegedly committed in recent days. But an NYPD source said Tyler wasn’t charged with sexual assault at his arraignment late Sunday because prosecutors wanted to first interview the victim, who couldn’t be located. Police, however, remain convinced Tyler is the attacker, the source said. An officer who had previously arrested him identified him from the wanted poster, and he was also ID’d on a security video.
sexually assaulted, robbed during New Jersey home invasion
NEWARK, New Jersey (WABC) -- Police are investigating a terrifying home invasion in Newark in which a woman was sexually assaulted and robbed, and they're hoping surveillance of the suspects will lead to arrests. The incident happened just before 1 p.m. Sunday at an apartment building on Broad Street. Authorities say three people -- two men and a woman -- broke into the apartment, which is occupied by multiple renters, but that only a woman was home at the time. The men sexually assaulted the woman before fleeing with her cash, car keys and other personal property, according to police.
moment father, 32, tips a disabled man in a wheelchair onto the
floor of a Target after a row over a handicap parking spot
Police have detained a man in California who forcibly removed a man from his wheelchair inside a Target after the two got into a disagreement over a handicapped parking spot outside of the store.
Jimmie Tiger, of San Ramona, was arrested on January 19 and charged with attempted kidnapping and assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury for the assault that took place at a Pleasant Hill Target.
According to the Pleasant Hill Police Department, authorities were called to the Target on January 11 where they found the victim receiving medical treatment for injuries he sustained in the assault.
Robber Shoots, Injures 2 People In North East Mall Parking
HURST, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — Two people were injured in a shooting inside a North East Mall parking garage Sunday afternoon, police said. Around 1:45 p.m. Feb. 2, Hurst police responded to a shooting call in the second level of one of the mall’s parking garages. “I heard about four gunshots and they were loud,” said Elicia Wilson, who was leaving Macy’s with her five-year-old son when the shots rang out. “Absolutely terrifying. But you go into mama bear mode, get out of there as quickly as possible. Make sure you’re both safe.” Officers said one victim was shot multiple times and has since been transported to a nearby hospital, and another was struck with shrapnel from a bullet and treated by medics. The suspect — identified as 21-year-old Tacorian Howard — has since been located and taken into custody. At this time, it is believed he was approaching people on foot to rob them of their belongings.
who works with young people charged in home invasion and
shooting in Homestead
HOMESTEAD, Pa. — A man who works as a youth support partner with Allegheny County Human Services is facing charges connected to a home invasion and shooting in Homestead.
Thomas Tyson, 28, is accused of breaking into an apartment on East 9th Street on Dec. 29 and then shooting a man in the leg. Police said Tyson’s estranged wife was in the apartment with the victim at the time. Police said they were able to identify Tyson through surveillance video that showed him entering and exiting the building where the shooting happened. Tyson is charged with attempted homicide and other offenses. He is scheduled to have a preliminary hearing on Feb. 12.
'enterntainers') Jennifer Lopez and Shakira were too OBSCENE at
halftime show: parents of children watching TV game
SPORTS CULT: "KOBE" (Japanese beef) Rapist - (postmortem) news
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ALIEN Suspect in deadly St Johns hit-and-run faces deportation
for killing 82-year-old White
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A suspect involved in a 2019 hit-and-run that left an 82-year-old woman dead in Portland’s St. Johns neighborhood is expected to be deported to Mexico.
The crash happened on April 10 at North Fessenden Street and North Polk Avenue. An off-duty Portland police officer reported the crash and tried to help but the pedestrian — 82-year-old Sandy Bosch — died at the scene.
“What’s really devastating is that somebody just left and left her like that…broke her cane into pieces,” Sandra’s daughter Tracey Paulson told KOIN 6 News at the time. A witness reported seeing a vehicle heading eastbound on North Fessenden at about 45 miles per hour, according to court documents.
The driver never stopped.
Paulson said her mom was outside that night to get some daffodils from across the street. “She absolutely loved flowers and that’s what got her in trouble that night. I took her to the store, she bought a bouquet of daffodils and she expressed she wanted some with the orange centers and there were some across the street,” Paulson said. “She saw those flowers and got it in her head to get those darn orange daffodils.”
The day after the crash, the University of Portland reported a suspicious vehicle parked near its campus, about 2 miles away from where Bosch was killed.
According to court documents, the car’s windshield was smashed and what looked like hair was embedded in the glass. Investigators confirmed the evidence collected from the vehicle matched Bosch’s DNA.
In early June, 42-year-old Jaime Mendoza-Chavez was arrested and charged in the deadly hit-and-run. Authorities said that when they contacted Mendoza-Chavez, he told them he “wanted to tell the truth” and admitted to driving the car that hit Bosch after drinking 2 beers.
Mendoza-Chavez posted bail and was released two days after his arrest — the same day U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement lodged an immigration detainer on him. ICE officials found and arrested him about a month later.
The federal immigration agency said Mendoza-Chavez is actually Manuel Garcia-Ledesma and is a Mexican citizen living in the U.S. illegally. A federal immigration judge ordered his deportation to Mexico on Jan. 6.
According to ICE, Mendoza-Chavez was arrested in Phoenix, Arizona in 1999 by the Immigration and Naturalization Service and was allowed to voluntarily return to Mexico. But he re-entered the U.S. sometime later. ... authorities have told her that there’s a chance Mendoza-Chavez could be extradited back to the U.S. once he’s in Mexico to face charges. But the process could take a long time.
HISPANIC cop Julio Jimenez busted for shoplifting at
Bronx Home Depot
national charged by US in multimillion-dollar sanctions-skirting
London stabbing prompting U.K. to change early release rules for
(Muslim) terror convicts
"This is a liberal country, it is a tolerant country,'' Johnson said. ""But I think the idea of automatic early release for people who obviously continue to pose a threat to the public has come to the end of its useful life."
How do you pronounce "Buttigieg"? - Butt-a-jig butt-a-jigaboo butt-a-flaming-faggot butt-a-buse b-b-b-b-butt-a-poo-poo
Joe Biden kisses granddaughter on lips during Iowa rally
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden gave his 19-year-old granddaughter a kiss on the lips during a campaign rally in Iowa on Sunday, prompting some grossed-out responses on social media.
The former vice president entered the event at Clarke University in Dubuque holding the hand of Finnegan Biden, the daughter of his son Hunter.
Limbaugh Diagnosed With Advanced Lung Cancer
Iconic Conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh announced on his Monday radio program that he has been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer. He says he will not be on the air for some days due to treatment.
Outbreak Likely Began With Bats, an Omen for Next Epidemic
Somewhere in China, perhaps in the southern Yunnan province, there’s a cave that may hold the mysterious origins of the deadly coronavirus that’s infected thousands, cut off millions of Chinese from their jobs and families and wreaked havoc in global financial markets.
Bats contain the highest proportion of mammalian viruses that are likely to infect people in so-called zoonotic infections, according to research published in 2017 by Daszak in the scientific journal Nature.
“I have 90% confidence it is a bat-borne virus,” says Linfa Wang, who heads the emerging infectious disease program at Duke-National University of Singapore Medical School. He has been studying bat origins of human viruses for decades and works with a group of researchers sometimes dubbed “the bat pack.”
|2 February 2020|
worthless back predator parasite) in brutal mugging of
elderly woman caught on video released under new bail law
Not even this brutal, caught-on-video mugging — in which a struggling 83-year-old woman was dragged to the ground, and her purse wrenched away — is enough to get a suspect locked up these days under the state’s new bail reform law. Exclusive video obtained by The Post allegedly shows 56-year-old Dana White, of Jamaica, Queens, walking up behind the victim in front of a building on Eldridge St. on the Lower East Side at about 5:45 a.m. Monday. The victim is so petite compared to her attacker, that she stands only as high as his chest as he grabs at her scarf. When the woman, who was walking with a cane, turns to escape his grasp, the thief puts his arms around her neck and drags her to the ground, the video shows.
brother of unknown aspiring black female rapper (rappress?)
charged with rape of 11-year-old
MINEOLA, New York -- The brother of rapper Nicki Minaj was sentenced Monday to 25 years to life in prison for sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl at his Long Island home.
A judge convicted Jelani Maraj of predatory sexual assault and child endangerment in November 2017. The victim testified during the trial that Maraj repeatedly raped her in 2015 while her mother was at work.
Prosecutors have said DNA evidence recovered from the girl's pajama pants was linked to Maraj. The girl's younger brother also testified at the trial that he witnessed one assault. Maraj's attorney appealed conviction in 2018, claiming that there was jury misconduct. The judge ruled in October that the defense did not meet the necessary burden of proof. Maraj said in court Monday that he had an alcohol problem and asked for a "second chance." One of his attorneys said he suffered from health issues including hypertension, gout and anemia and requested the minimum sentence of 10 to life.
will steal yo stuff
Another employee accused of theft from Nordstrom center in Cedar Rapids
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) - Another Nordstrom employee has been accused of stealing from the company fulfillment center in Cedar Rapids. Linn County court records say 18-year-old Abraham Tarley is charged with theft. His attorney didn't immediately return a call Monday from The Associated Press. The Gazette reports that Tarley tried to sell some of the $7,000 worth of items on Facebook. - Dec 30, 2019
men accused of stealing 8 hover boards from Port Allen Walmart
Officials say two unidentified black males entered the store, loaded the boards into two shopping carts, and left the store without paying for them. - December 30, 2019
guy gets e-bike stolen out from under him
- January 2, 2020
accused of stealing bags from moviegoers at New York City movie
- January 2, 2020
accused of robbing man of nearly $500,000 in jewelry, cash
Andria Banks, 35, of Aventura, arrested while wearing stolen diamond necklace, police say - January 3, 2020
Police Searching For BLACK Porch Pirate Who Stole PlayStation 4,
Trash Can From Front Porch
- January 7, 2020
|YMCA bandit eyed in 13 locker room robberies across NYC|
YOU ARE: Man charged with stealing Yoda collectible from
Jacksonville movie theater
Jacksonville Police say that they've charged Gary Morris, Jr., 37, of Jacksonville with felony larceny.
- Jan 10, 2020
Philadelphia Man Facing Charges For Role In Bucks County
Christmas Day Armed Robbery with Tattooed-neck WM
WARMINSTER, Pa. (CBS) — A Philadelphia man is facing a list of charges in connection to a Christmas Day armed robbery in Bucks County. Warminster Township police announced the arrest of 25-year-old Devinn Lamarr Hall on Saturday. Hall has been charged with armed robbery, conspiracy, among other charges. According to police, Hall acted as a lookout while his accomplice robbed a business on the 200 block of West Street Road. Police say Hall and the alleged robber Jonathan Kacewich got away with money and cellphones. Kacewich was arrested on Jan. 3 and charged with two counts of armed robbery, among other charges.
terrorist London stabbing: Police shoot man dead after
‘terrorist-related’ incident in Streatham
A machete-wielding man was shot dead by police in south London Sunday after injuring three people in a stabbing spree that officials are calling a “terrorist-related” attack.
“The circumstances are being assessed,” London’s Metropolitan Police said in a statement. “The incident has been declared as terrorist-related.”
The incident took place on Streatham High Road in the city’s Streatham neighborhood around 2 p.m. local time, authorities said.
East Side SODOMITE strangled, mutilated by younger QUEER he met on
dating app: cops
The babyfaced killer from Oklahoma who murdered an Upper East Side man 40 years his senior — after meeting him on a QUEER dating app — used a knife or a sharp ceramic object to mutilate his victim’s head, a Manhattan prosecutor alleged at his arraignment early Saturday.
The suspect, 24-year-old Alex Scott, had met 64-year-old Kenneth Savinski on Wednesday, the same day he allegedly killed him in a “vicious, ferocious, crime scene attack,” Assistant District Attorney Shira Arnow said. The pair had gone back to the older man’s small apartment on East 83rd near Lexington Avenue after meeting on an unspecified app, police sources previously told The Post. “We see the two of them on surveillance video, walking arm in arm,” the prosecutor said.
nab suspect in attack on transgender woman in NYC subway
Police sources identified the suspect as Pablo Valle, 26. “He also goes by the name Pablo Escobar,” one police source said.
Brooklyn park to be renamed after trans activist
PRO-SEX-DEVIANT New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced plans to rename a state park
after the transgender woman of color.
BLACK FAG DRAG QUEEN
Immigration: It's About Power - by Tucker Carlson Oct
Historically, Democrats supported strong borders because they knew American workers could never compete with illegal immigrants. Now, they regularly support “open borders.” So why the drastic change? Tucker Carlson, host of Tucker Carlson Tonight, explains.
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|Joe Biden Could Be Impeached by GOP Over Ukraine if He Wins, Iowa Senator Says|
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universities are a soft target for Chinese spies, say U.S.
University of Texas professor Bo Mao, prosecutors say, took proprietary technology from an American Silicon Valley start-up and handed it over to a subsidiary of Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications conglomerate.
But what makes the case against Mao particularly noteworthy is how he was accused of carrying out the theft: By using his status as a university researcher to obtain the circuit board under the guise of academic testing.
Mao, who has pleaded not guilty, is among the latest defendants in a string of U.S. criminal cases alleging Chinese spying in the academic world. In late January, the chairman of Harvard's chemistry department was arrested by FBI agents in his office, charged with lying about a lucrative relationship with a Chinese talent recruitment program. The same day, a former Boston University student was accused of visa fraud after she allegedly failed to disclose her status as a lieutenant in the People's Liberation Army.
America's world class university system has become a soft target in the global espionage war with China, intelligence officials say — and they are pressing universities to do something about it. - Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!
|1 February 2020|
jury soon weighing charges in murder of White woman by black
man gets 35 years in prison for 2017 murder of gas station clerk
TYLER, Texas (KLTV) - A Tyler man was sentenced Friday to 35 years in prison after pleading guilty to murder in the death of a gas station clerk.
LaMarcus Hannah was initially charged with capital murder. He pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of murder. Under the plea agreement, Hannah waived his right to a jury trial and his right to an appeal.
The case stems from the January 2017 robbery and murder at the Conoco Gas Station in the 3300 block of North Northeast Loop 323. Clerk Billy Dale Stacks was shot multiple times. He later died after being on life support.
Earlier Friday morning, another man charged in the case was also in court. Kedarius Oliver, 26, was scheduled plea hearing and sentencing. Instead, Oliver requested a trial date. He’s now scheduled to be in court for a pre-trial hearing on June 5 with a trial set to start on June 15.
Three people were charged in Stacks’ death. In November 2019, Dameon Jamrc Mosely, was found guilty of capital murder and sentenced to death. - (Black-on-white)
|(black) Man charged
in connection with shooting death of gas station clerk
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A man has been charged with murder in connection with the death of a woman killed while working at a gas station in northwest Harris County. Sheriff Ed Gonzalez sent a tweet Friday night saying 20-year-old Marcus Kenneth Cox-Davis was arrested during a traffic stop. Gonzalez said on March 8, 2019, two men went inside the Shell gas station on Perry Road near FM-1960 where they robbed and killed Donna Pena.
"At the time of the murder, it was believed that the suspects could be part of a robbery crew," said Gonzalez in a tweet. Harris County homicide investigators released surveillance video of the killers last year. They believed they're part of a dangerous crew tied to multiple violent crimes. "There is no higher crime than murder and it's rewarding for all when we can help bring some relief to a grieving family."
Police Searching For(black)
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police are investigating after a woman was raped in Love Park on Saturday morning. Police say the woman was on her way to work early Saturday when the man came up behind her, punched her, knocked her to the ground and then raped her.
Police released video of the suspect on Tuesday. They say after the attack, he ran into the subway system to get away.Police say Love Park is generally safe and say they haven’t had any sexual assaults there recently.
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pastor, Tywuante D. Lupoe, said the congregation is
mourning loss of "two young black men to a senseless shooting."
Four people were shot, two of them fatally, following a funeral Saturday afternoon at a church in Riviera Beach, Florida, police said. The shooting was reported just after 2:30 p.m. at Victory City Church. A 15-year-old boy and adult male were pronounced dead at the scene. A woman and a juvenile were also shot and taken to a hospital for treatment, Riviera Beach police said in a press release. The church's senior pastor, Tywuante D. Lupoe, said in a Facebook post that the congregation is mourning the loss of "two young black men to a senseless shooting." So far, no arrests have been made. Riviera Beach is about six miles north of Palm Beach.
Man Arrested on Animal Cruelty Charges After Kicking Cat: PD
A Marathon man is behind bars after police say he kicked a cat in the face.
According to authorities, 30-year-old Sheldon Moulton was charged with animal cruelty.
Officers say, on Tuesday, they responded to a home in reference of a domestic disturbance.
One they arrived, authorities say a woman told police that her boyfriend, Moulton, became angry when he saw the cat on the couch. She said Moulton then proceeded to kick the cat twice in the face.
Police on scene said the cat was shaking and hiding behind a curtain in the home. It's nose was noticeably red and swollen.
When speaking with officers, police say Moulton walked away and tried to hide a small amount of marijuana.
On top of animal cruelty charges, Moulton also faces charges of possession of marijuana and tampering with evidence.
installs emergency call boxes after woman raped on greenway
(by black sex beast)
HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (WTVF) — City officials in Hopkinsville have installed emergency call boxes on a popular greenway after a woman was raped.
After pleading guilty in October, Orlando Leavell was sentenced to 10 years in prison this month for rape, disorderly conduct and resisting and evading arrest. Authorities said he attacked a woman in an area of the Hopkinsville Greenway System, otherwise known as the rails trail, away from public view in May 2019.
The 35-year-old victim managed to escape to call for help at the nearby library. Leavell was found at a McDonald’s with “fresh scratch marks on his arm” and had the same physical description caught on one of the trail’s surveillance cameras.
4-Year-Old Girl Died Of Repeated, Prolonged Injuries At Hands Of
EVIL Black Foster Mother
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — There are new details in the gruesome case against a foster mom accused of killing a 4-year-old child. On Tuesday, a medical examiner took the stand in the case against Samilya Brown.
The examiner says the child, Zya Singleton, died of repeated and prolonged injuries.
The toddler’s brain was so swollen it cracked her skull.
Detectives say during the course of the case, they uncovered the little girl had been burned, beaten and abused at the hands of her foster mom for most of her life. Singleton’s biological mother attended Tuesday’s proceedings.
Accused Of Stealing $500,000 Worth Of Jewelry Belonging To Black
Ex-basketballer Turns Self In
WARMINSTER, Pa. (CBS) — Police say a man has turned himself in after stealing $500,000 worth of jewelry from former Philadelphia 76ers star Allen Iverson. A police source says the backpack of jewelry was stolen from the lobby of Sofitel Hotel at 17th and Sansom Streets in Center City, after an associate with Iverson put the bag on a chair.
Police say 21-year-old Christopher Daniel has been charged with two counts of theft.
dye pack trips up (anti-social sub-human black) bank robber —
who is then tied to rapes of 2 teens: prosecutors
In October 2017, a man kidnapped a 13-year-old girl at gunpoint while she walked to school in Gresham and repeatedly raped her, Cook County prosecutors said in court this week.
Four months later, prosecutors say the same man approached an 18-year-old woman at a bus stop a mile away and raped her at gunpoint in a nearby alley.
But it wasn’t until March 2018 that 29-year-old Avantay Dorsey was finally taken into custody, authorities said, when he was spotted with red dye on his hands shortly after robbing a Far South Side bank.
Vegas police ID (low-life cowardly shiftless parasitic predator
black) suspect in beating, robbery of woman in elevator
Police have identified the man suspected of beating and robbing a woman in downtown Las Vegas about two weeks ago, but officers have yet to make an arrest.
Metropolitan Police Department detectives identified the suspect as James Moore, who is “believed to be homeless,” according to a Tuesday statement from the department. This month, Metro had asked the public’s help to identify the man in the robbery, which happened about 9:20 p.m. Jan. 15 in an elevator on the 300 block of Fremont Street, near Ogden Avenue. Metro identified Moore as a 44-year-old man, but court records and Nevada Department of Corrections records indicate he is 43. Court records show that he had pleaded guilty in two battery cases from 2016. He faces charges of robbery and battery by strangulation, both with an enhancement because the victim is an older person, according to Las Vegas Justice Court records.
Contractor Killed Man Whose Body Found In Burning Vehicle ‘Over
Argument About Quality Of His Roofing Work’
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A Philadelphia contractor is accused of murdering one of his clients and leaving his body inside a burning car in South Philadelphia. The Philadelphia District’s Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday murder charges have been filed against 39-year-old Luis Cruz in the death of 43-year-old Joslyn Morgan. Morgan’s body was found last Tuesday in a burning Jeep Wrangler on the 2700 block of South 3rd Street. Morgan’s body was wrapped in a blanket inside the car’s trunk. Police say he had been shot in the head. The medical examiner confirmed Morgan died of a close-range gunshot wound to the head. Witnesses tell police Cruz had a falling out over Morgan’s dissatisfaction with his roofing work and refusal to pay. Police say he confessed key details of the crime and his apparent attempt to dismember Morgan’s body and destroy the remains.
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...
female Alleged thief who robbed Bronx granny arrested by police
The heartless thief who snatched $20 from an elderly woman’s hands and then refused to give it back has been arrested, the NYPD announced Friday.
Joanne Garcia, 31, of the Bronx was charged with robbery in the third degree and grand larceny in the fourth degree, police said. Garcia is accused of walking into a Bronx bodega on Saint Ann’s Avenue on Jan. 24 around 10 a.m. and snatching the $20 bill from the 84-year-old victim’s hand as she was waiting to purchase something, police said.
Man in Arizona accused of being Al Qaeda leader by Iraq: feds
A man the Iraqi government says is an Al Qaeda leader has been arrested in Arizona, prosecutors said.
Authorities in Iraq have accused Ali Yousif Ahmed Al-Nouri, 42, of killing two police officers in Fallujah in 2006 with other members of the terror group founded by Usama Bin Laden, Arizona federal prosecutors said.
Al-Nouri was arrested Wednesday in Phoenix and appeared before a federal magistrate Friday. The FBI and U.S. Marshals arrested him after Iraq requested his extradition.
Couple Sues American Airlines for Booting Them Over Body Odor
An Orthodox Jewish couple booted off a flight because of alleged body odor are suing American Airlines for discrimination.
Yehuda Yosef Adler and Jennie Adler say they showered before the January 2019 Detroit-to-Miami flight and deny they smelled bad, the Detroit Free Press reports. They say a gate agent made a derogatory reference to their religion when they were escorted off the plane. The airline maintains that other passengers complained about an odor. “Our team members took care of the family and provided hotel accommodations and meals, and rebooked them on a flight to Detroit the next morning,” it said in a statement. “None of the decisions made by our team in handling this sensitive situation were based on the Adler’s (sic) religion.”
Adam Schiff's fake Trump-Putin conversation showed he's a
News They Won’t Report
And how it could help put Trump back in the White House come November.
ake Tapper doesn’t want you to know the name of the so-called “whistleblower” who caused the impeachment drama. Of course, the identity of Eric Ciaramella was never much of a secret — lots of people in D.C. knew that the former National Security Council staffer was the reputed source for California Rep. Adam Schiff’s investigation of President Trump’s July 25 phone call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Ciaramella’s name has been in many news stories in recent months: “Report: Anti-Trump Complainant Eric Ciaramella Worked With Brennan, Biden, and DNC Operative Chalupa” (American Greatness, Oct. 30, 2019) and “Open Society Emails Show Anti-Trump CIA ‘Whistleblower’ Eric Ciaramella Was Updated on George Soros’s Personal Ukraine Activities” (Gateway Pundit, Nov. 17, 2019), to cite just a couple. But CNN viewers have never heard Ciaramella identified, and Jake Tapper evidently wants to prevent anyone else from reporting this fact, either.
|31 January 2020|
black male arrested for Cocoa Beach crash that killed two
elderly (White) people a couple months ago
Cocoa Beach police arrested a 32-year-old West Melbourne man on two charges of vehicular homicide for a November 2019 crash that killed two people.
Timothy James Bahus, of Shannon Avenue, was arrested Thursday in connection with the Nov. 23, crash at Bahama Boulevard and North Atlantic Avenue that killed Apollo Corapi, 80, of Cocoa Beach and Marta Ney, 78, of Melbourne, according to the Cocoa Beach Police Department. - (Black-on-white)
man, 18, charged with killing (White) Lyft driver, 79, who was
giving the suspect a ride
An 18-year-old Chesterfield County man was charged Thursday with fatally shooting a 79-year-old Lyft driver who was giving the suspect a ride early Monday in a killing that occurred in the same block as the suspect’s home.
Bernard E. Smith, 18, of the 2900 block of Providence Creek Road, was charged with second-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony in the slaying of Franklin L. “Frank” Farrens, 79, who lived near Old Bermuda Hundred Road and Golf Course Road in Chester, about 20 miles away from the scene of his killing.
human trafficking suspect added to Texas’ most wanted list
A Houston-area man charged with trafficking a child and other serious felony charges is the latest addition to the Texas Department of Public Safety list of the 10 most wanted fugitives throughout the state.
Willie James Brumfield, 20, is facing charges of trafficking of a child, compelling prostitution, aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon and evading arrest or detention, according to Texas DPS. Brumfield was listed as one of eight human trafficking suspects wanted by the Houston Police Department earlier this month, and DPS announced his name was added to the state’s most wanted list Friday.
Man accused of forcing woman to perform sex act in exchange
for helping friend
SAN ANTONIO — Police arrested a man accused of forcing a woman to perform a sex act in exchange for helping another person.
According to arrest reports, Jesse Douglas Scott met the alleged victim through a friend around mid-January. After giving her a ride, the alleged victim told officers Scott took her to an empty apartment where she claims he sexually assaulted her. The victim said she experienced a second attack involving Scott when he reportedly forced her to perform a sex act on him in exchange for him helping the other friend.
When the friend was questioned by officers, she stated she suspected Scott may have assaulted the victim, but said the victim refused to talk to her about it.
man convicted of rape of family friend
A Shreveport man was found guilty Thursday of the rape of a longtime family friend.
Dedric Deon Mitchell, 47, faces up to 25 years in prison at hard labor when he returns to face Caddo District Judge Charles Tutt March 10 for sentencing on the charge of third-degree rape. Mitchell also will have to register as a sex offender for life. The seven-man, five-woman jury unanimously determined that early June 10, 2016, Mitchell and his victim, whom he had known at least 20 years, met at a friend's house, where he asked the woman and her sister for a ride home. On the way, Mitchell asked to be allowed to charge up his phone in the victim’s home. She did, but when she asked Mitchell to leave, he refused and started to choke her. He then dragged her to her bedroom and raped her, then fled on foot. There also was a DNA match to evidence from the rape.
woman accused of biting off part of friend's tongue while
A Detroit woman is facing an assault charge after Macomb County authorities say she bit off the tip of her friend's tongue when they were kissing. They say she bit off about a 1-inch piece of the Center Line man's tongue. "I believe this is the first case of this nature in my 27 years in the Prosecutor's Office," Prosecutor Eric Smith said Thursday in a release.
Youlette Wedgeworth, 52, is being held in the county jail after Smith's office charged her Wednesday with one count of aggravated assault, a one-year misdemeanor. Authorities allege that she was visiting her 68-year-old friend at his apartment in Center Line on Tuesday. They were engaging in consensual kissing, and she bit off the tip of the man's tongue. Police arrived and found the man bleeding from his mouth and missing a piece of his tongue, measuring about about 1 inch. Police were able to recover the piece of tongue in the bedroom of the man's apartment. Tthe suspect was in possession of a stinky marijuana pipe
Who Made Up Home Invasion Story Charged After 4-Year-Old Son
Accidentally Kills Self Playing With Gun
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A father has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection with the death of his 4-year-old son in North Philadelphia. Edward Williams, 28, told police he was the victim of a home invasion Thursday on the 2100 block of North Lambert Street.
Police later learned Williams was sleeping when his son, 4-year-old Edward Williams Jr., found a 9mm Glock in a bedroom closet. Police say the boy accidentally shot himself in the head while playing with the gun he found in a closet.
Police say the gun was not stolen but did not belong to Williams. Police say Williams never should’ve had a gun.
NYC dad Teshawn
Watkins charged for allegedly smothering
Negro-named newborn Kaseem
Watkins with a pillow
MESQUITE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Mesquite Police have arrested two young men for aggravated robbery at a Sonic Drive-In in the 1800 block of Military Parkway on Tuesday morning.
Police charged Kendell Marine, 17 and Kenneth Marine, 19, both of Dallas, with aggravated robbery.
Police said both men were armed when after ordering food, they accosted a Sonic employee outside the drive-in, ordered the employee back inside and then robbed the restaurant.
|(black 'baby-daddy') Man
who allegedly dumped pregnant
dead body on street charged with murder
The man who dragged his dead pregnant girlfriend out of a car and left her on a Brooklyn street corner has been charged with her fatal strangulation, Brooklyn prosecutors said Friday.
Kelvin Philp, 25, allegedly shoved mom-to-be Tatiana Walton, 27, out of the passenger side of his car early Wednesday around 1:40 a.m. and left her dead body in front of her home on Lorraine Street at the Red Hook Houses, cops said.
... after Philp allegedly left Walton’s body on the street, he was captured on Ring surveillance video abandoning the couple’s (illegitimate) 2-year-old child in front of a (stranger's) home.
Clerk Fights Back During Attempted Robbery by 2 blacks In West
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A store clerk fought back and it was all caught on camera. Two suspects tried to rob the Chelten Deli Market in West Oak Lane on Friday. When they pulled a semi-automatic gun on the clerk, he produced a gun of his own and fired at the suspects. They ran from the scene and no one was injured.
Police describe one suspect as a black male in his early 20s with a thin build and a beard.
The second suspect is a black male in his mid- to late-20s with a stocky build.
man pleads guilty to smuggling birds through JFK in curlers
(NEW YORK POST) – This bird smuggler might get cooped up in federal prison.
A Connecticut man pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to trying to smuggle 34 live finches stuffed inside plastic hair rollers into the US on a flight from Guyana to JFK Airport.
The feds say Francis Gurahoo planned on selling the birds for use in high-stakes bird singing competitions held in Brooklyn and Queens — and the Carrie Underwoods of these avian “American Idol” contests can sell for thousands.
arrest 24-year-old 'gay' killer for murdering older homo queer
An LGBT-Oakie Oklahoma man surrendered to cops for the alleged slaying of an older romantic partner on the Upper East Side, police said Friday.
Alex Scott, of Tulsa, turned himself in just after midnight at the 19th Precinct stationhouse on E. 67th Street, police said.
Cops probe death of 64-year-old man in Upper East Side apartment Scott, 24, made “incriminating statements” to cops about the death of Kenneth Savinsky, 64, who was discovered by a pal Wednesday at 5:20 p.m. in his apartment on East 83rd Street near Lexington Avenue, according to a high ranking source.
Police found him face down and covered in blood on his living room floor. His throat had been slit and he had been stabbed several times on his forehead, neck and face, police said. Scott had met Savinsky, who is more than twice his elder, on a dating app, according to a high-ranking police source. Savinksy worked in sales and was a genial, dapper man — always seen in a sport coat, according to shocked neighbors passing the typically quiet uptown block.
likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman,
burned in their lust one toward another;
men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet.”
|30 January 2020|
charged with abuse of (white female) corpse captured in Ohio
by U.S. Marshals
The man sought in connection with the disappearance of a Trussville woman is now in custody.
Fredrick Hampton, a 50-year-old man charged with abuse of corpse after Paighton Houston’s body was found in a shallow Hueytown grave, was taken into custody Wednesday night in Cleveland, Ohio.
The U.S. Marshals Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force has been searching for the Brighton man since shortly after the warrant against him was issued earlier this month. The U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force captured Hampton. He was taken into custody at 7:30 p.m., said Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Cliff LaBarge. - (Black-on-white)
note: Don't do drugs. Especially
don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks
14-Year-Old BLACK Boy Wanted For Fatally Shooting Elderly Man
Behind Wheel Of Vehicle In Chester
CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) — Chester police are searching for a 14-year-old boy wanted in the deadly shooting of an elderly man in Delaware County. Officials say 14-year-old Zhafir Tinsley-Jones shot and killed 79-year-old Robert Womack, just before 5 p.m. Wednesday, in the area of 3rd Street and Highland Avenue.
Officers responding to a shots fired call were informed of a vehicle accident several blocks away that might be connected to the shots fired. When officers arrived at the accident scene, they found Womack in the driver seat of a gray Chevy Impala. Womack was suffering a gunshot wound to the back of his head.
Paramedics attempted to treat the victim but he succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead on the scene.
Officials then went to the 2800 block of West 3rd Street where the shots were reported and found a car that was struck by bullets and shell casings in the street. Investigators determined that Womack was shot in the back of the head and named Tinsley-Jones as the alleged gunman.
FAGGOT Former Princeton Schools employee accused of HOMO
little boys turns himself in
(CNN)A former school security monitor has been indicted, charged with sexually assaulting four male students, according to the Hamilton County prosecutor's office in Ohio.
Lamont Baldwin, 54, faces 12 counts of gross sexual imposition, all felonies, while he was a security monitor for the Princeton City School District's middle and high school, according to a statement Thursday from the prosecutor's office.
The alleged incidents took place on and off campus in the Cincinnati suburb, prosecutors said. Police began investigating in late 2019 after students reported incidents to school officials, prosecutors said. Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters told CNN affiliate WXIX that three of the four boys are under 13.
||BLACK FAGS: OH, MY GOSH!!! Homeless
Black Accused killer, Black Brooklyn philanthropist had
filthy fags.... The 33-year-old man accused of murdering a beloved Brooklyn philanthropist had a sexual relationship with the man known to locals as “the Santa Claus of the block,” a high-ranking source told The Post.
Dondre Richardson — a registered sex offender who was on parole since being released from prison early 2019 — allegedly stabbed L. Antonio Litman to death and burned down Litman’s Brooklyn brownstone last week, according to cops.
Richardson, who lives in a homeless shelter on Wards Island, has been arrested 17 times on a range of charges, including robbery, assault on a correction officer and possession of a controlled dangerous substance, authorities said.
|BLACK FAGS? - Cops
looking for 3 suspects accused in Brooklyn broomstick-sodomy
attack - victim suffered a torn
Three suspects accused of taking part in a December gang beatdown of a 59-year-old homeless man on a Brooklyn street in which the victim was sodomized with a broomstick and robbed of $100 are still on the loose, authorities said Wednesday.
The total of six suspects allegedly jumped the victim, who they knew from their East New York neighborhood, just before midnight on Dec. 23 near the intersection of Pennsylvania and Flatlands, court documents state.
The assailants stomped on the victim and two or more of them ripped off his clothes, according to court papers. Then one announced he would “stick the broom in his a–,” the victim told police. The attack was so vicious that the victim suffered a torn rectum, perforated bowels and broken ribs, police said. Following the assault, police found the victim lying naked and bleeding on a sidewalk next to a bloody broomstick. ... placed under a medically induced coma.
The cops nabbed the first suspect in the case, Kaleef Harris, 30, on Jan. 2, authorities said. He is being held in the Manhattan Detention Complex on a $500,000 bond and faces a raft of charges including attempted murder, two counts of predatory sexual assault and three counts of first-degree assault. Shawn Webb, 20, was arrested on Jan. 14 and is also charged with predatory sexual assault. He is being held on Rikers Island on a $50,000 bond. The three remaining suspects are still at large, police sources said. A third suspect, Larnel Johnson, 31, was arrested last week and charged with two counts of predatory sexual assault and three counts of first-degree assault. He was released on a $50,000 bond. A prosecutor said during Johnson’s arraignment on Jan. 24 that the victim is homeless.
Predatory sexual assault carries a maximum sentence of life in prison. Neither of the three suspects who have been arrested so far are accused of sodomizing the victim.
charged with stabbing, sexually assaulting and robbing
Angered that his ex-girlfriend refused to have sex with him, a 39-year-old Uptown man beat her, robbed her and sexually assaulted her last month while they were hanging out together at her apartment, Cook County prosecutors say.
Bail was set at $10,000 Wednesday for James Carter during a hearing at the Leighton Criminal Court Building where he faced felony counts of criminal sexual assault, domestic battery and robbery in connection with the Dec. 22 attack.
Prosecutors said Carter was drinking and smoking marijuana with the 30-year-old woman at her home that day when he asked her to have sex with him.
rapist who served federal prison time faces new rape charges
SALT LAKE CITY — A Salt Lake man who is on the Utah Sex Offender Registry, who also served time in federal prison for using the internet to try and encourage a juvenile girl to runaway with him for sexual purposes, is in custody again facing new charges. Mark Anthony Turner, 58, was charged Monday in 3rd District Court with rape and two counts of forcible sodomy, first-degree felonies; kidnapping, a second-degree felony; and sexual battery, a class A misdemeanor. A $500,000 arrest warrant was issued on Monday and he was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail on Tuesday, according to court records. Turner, whose home address is listed in court documents as the federal halfway house at 1585 W. 2100 South, is accused of sexually assaulting a woman in June. The victim is a woman Turner met on a bus, according to Salt Lake police.
leads to arrest of scary-looking dread-head in beating, rape
in Clearwater: Police
CLEARWATER, Fla. — Clearwater Police announced the arrest in a beating and rape from September on Tuesday, and they say there may be more victims.
Detectives say 34-year-old William Walden dragged the victim from a vehicle, then beat and raped her.
Police say it happened after the suspect met the victim in the 1300 block of Gulf-to-Bay Boulevard then drove her to parking lot in the 700 block of North Saturn Avenue on September 10. The victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment and DNA results recently identified Walden as the suspect, according to police.
stabs (black) attacker in the head with box cutter, chases him
after he tries to rape her
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis man was arrested after police say a woman he tried to rape fought back, stabbing him in the head with a box cutter. The woman told police she was walking along Corning Avenue in Frayser on Monday when a man grabbed her from behind, knocking them both to the ground. The suspect pulled her pants down to her ankles before he began biting her face and choking her.
That's when the victim said she pulled out her box cutter and stabbed the man several times in the face before he let her go. She then chased him through several backyards before he got away. While police were taking the woman's report, a call came in for an ambulance. A man -who officers identified as Robert Williams - said he had been stabbed several times in the face and was bleeding from his head. The victim identified Williams as her attacker. Williams denied attacking the woman. He was charged.
Assault Employees, Trash Sunoco Gas Station In Kensington
After Argument Over Payment
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police are searching for five suspects wanted in a robbery and assault at a Kensington gas station. The robbery happened at the Sunoco on the 2100 block of Allegheny Avenue, just after 11:30 p.m. on Jan. 24.
Police say an employee attempted to stop two men from leaving the store without paying for items when an argument began. Two additional men and a woman reportedly began vandalizing the store, assaulting employees, and taking items from the shelves during the argument. Police say one employee suffered a broken nose and busted lip.
Samaritan stops BLACK ski mask-clad sex attacker in Brooklyn
suing NYPD arrested after Internal Affairs sting
An NYPD cop who is suing the department for orchestrating an alleged campaign of revenge against him was arrested Tuesday, police said.
Officer Joseph Stokes and his partner were arraigned Tuesday for separate thefts conducted during an “integrity test” conducted by the NYPD’s Internal Affairs Bureau, officials said.
Stokes took “stash cans” containing $4,800 from an undercover cop posing as a drunk driver and later hid the cash under his car, unreported, parked in the 7th Precinct parking lot, prosecutors allege in their complaint.
denied for 2 BLACK murder suspects charged in deadly
Hartsville nightclub shooting
HARTSVILLE, S.C. (WMBF/WIS) – Two men are now charged with murder connected to a deadly weekend shooting at a Hartsville nightclub.
Davijon Khalil McCall, 24, is charged with two counts of murder, one count of discharging a firearm at or into a structure, possession of a weapon near a violent crime, one count of attempted murder, one count of carrying a firearm on a premises where alcohol is sold, one count of unlawful carrying of a handgun, and one count of discharging a firearm within city limits.
U.S. Marshals tracked McCall down to a house in Durham, North Carolina as soon as police identified him as a suspect. He was booked into jail around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, records show.
Another suspect, Darius Dickey, has been charged with one count of murder, three counts of attempted murder, one count of discharging a firearm at or into a structure, possession of a weapon near a violent crime, one count of carrying a firearm on a premises where alcohol is sold, one count of unlawful carrying of a handgun, and one count of discharging a firearm within city limits.
Parks Department employee allegedly ran massive illegal gun
The NYPD and Manhattan District Attorney busted an illegal gun ring that ran weapons up from Georgia to New York City — with a 33-year-old Parks Department employee as the accused kingpin, officials said Tuesday.
Authorities arrested five men — three city residents and two Georgia men — and seized more than three dozen “street guns” and trafficked firearms, including an AR-15 modified to appear to have a grenade launcher attachment.
Justin Holmes-Austin, the alleged ringleader of the group, and 49-year-old Thomas Solomon were busted after selling 35 guns ranging in price from $300 to $1,700 to an undercover detective. Bronx man, Samuel Saunders, 43, as well as Georgia men, 27-year-old Jarvin Anderson and 34-year-old Kintrel Thomson, were charged with similar counts as well.
rapist nigger named Kobe - R.I.P???
- recent NNN forum posts
on "Dark Crime" thread that started in 2004
Suspects accused of running $7M fentanyl ring released without
Six suspected drug dealers who are accused of running a $7 million fentanyl distribution operation out of a Bronx apartment were released without bail under the state’s new liberal-anarchist pro-criminal justice law early Wednesday.
The suspects — Livo Valdez, Jaslin Baldera, Frederick Baldera, Frandi Ledema, Diego Tejada and Parfraimy Antonio — were arrested Monday when officers with the New York Drug Enforcement Task Force raided an apartment on Sedgwick Avenue in Kingsbridge that was allegedly used as a heroin and fentanyl packaging mill.
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspects has not been reported in this news article...
Bend man on meth charged with attempted murder for steakhouse
Police: Vicente Guerra shot twice at strangers in car
A man police say was on meth when he fired a semi-automatic handgun at two strangers outside the Okawa Steakhouse in east Bend earlier this month was charged with attempted murder Wednesday in Deschutes County Circuit Court.
Vicente Cirildo Guerra, 43, appeared in court by video from the Deschutes County jail, where he’s been housed since his arrest Jan. 20.
Around 10:19 p.m., Bend Police officers were called to the Okawa Steakhouse & Sushi, where witnesses said a man had approached a 2003 Infiniti G35 as it reversed in the parking lot and he fired two shots through the front windshield.
The driver, 21-year old William McBride, of Redmond, had been shot once — a grazing wound to his left arm. Bend resident Loryn Hubbard, 28, was also in the car at the time but was not hit.
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...
border smuggling tunnel found stretching between Tijuana and
San Diego, officials say
(and for all we know the nefarious Yellow Peril are digging a tunnel between Peking and Portland, Oregon)
CHINA DIGGING TUNNEL TO THE U.S.!
Abuse & Jehovah’s Witnesses: Survivors Share Stories in The
Witnesses, a New Oxygen Series - (for
your entertainment pleasure)
Debbie McDaniel and Deloris Lyles grew up in the small town of McAlester, Okla., where they worshiped at the same Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall and eventually built quiet lives as wives and moms. But the pair also shared the same secret: McDaniel and Lyles were molested as children by a well-respected elder in their congregation. “My body’s shaking now, thinking of it,” McDaniel recounts to PEOPLE in this week’s issue. “I feel my skin start to crawl.”
|David Kruchten - high school teacher
and 'aspiring child pornographer' arrested
5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
David Kruchten, 37, is a high school teacher in Madison, Wisconsin who is facing federal charges for attempting to produce child pornography. Prosecutors with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Wisconsin announced that Kruchten was arrested on January 30, 2020.
Kruchten is charged with seven counts of “attempting to use a minor to engage in sexually explicit conduct for the purpose of producing a visual depiction of the conduct.” Investigators say Kruchten used “hidden recording devices” on at least two occasions in Wisconsin. The charges are related to incidents that occurred on October 27, 2019, and on January 20, 2019.
2. Madison East High School Students Found Hidden Cameras In Their Hotel Rooms During a Trip to Minneapolis
He was listed as the assisted girls tennis coach on the high school’s website.
|The Colorado baker whose refusal to design a cake for a FAGGOT wedding led to a landmark Supreme Court ruling has a book deal|
Virginia storage unit with mail he couldn't 'make time' to
deliver, officials say
|Manhunt continues for white robber who wore blackface in Maryland bank holdup: Police|
|Cuomo wants to spend an extra $25M on security for hate crime targets|
judge says he regrets comment on 'regular white man' hours
"I'm not working second shift. I'm going to work like a regular white man, as they used to say. ... I'm not going to be a slave,"
|Outrage by Kobe-Kultists after (an unknown White actress) Evan Rachel Wood calls Kobe Bryant ‘rapist’ just hours after his death|
|UC Berkeley deletes post saying xenophobia is "common reaction" to coronavirus|
|U.S. Coast Guard Officer Facing Gun Charges Researched ‘How to Rid Us of the Jews,’ Court Docs Reveal|
MOTHER ON DEATHBED SAYS 12-YEAR-OLD SON IS OFFSPRING OF
HUMAN-CHIMPANZEE LOVE AFFAIR
The genetic makeup of a 12-year-old Angolan boy is now disputed by experts after his deceased mother allegedly told him he is the offspring of a human-chimpanzee love affair, reports the Gazeta Nacional.
The story made national headlines and has unleashed an outpour of generosity towards Augusto Dembo, 12, who now lives with his uncle and aunt in the capital city of Luanda.
Although the young boy has become an instant celebrity, many experts dispute the claim that he is the product of the sexual intercourse between a human and a chimpanzee.
“Neither shalt thou lie with any beast to defile thyself therewith:
neither shall any woman stand before a beast to lie down thereto: it is confusion.”
scientists experimenting with chimeras
First Human–Monkey Chimeras Developed in China
G. HARDING - 1921 - "AMERICA FIRST"
|29 January 2020|
|(Demonic black) Man
charged with murder, sodomy in 2018 death of (White) 3-year-old
girl in Lexington
LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) — A man charged with murder and first-degree sodomy is now being held in the Fayette County Detention Center in connection with the death of a 3-year-old girl.
Police said 33-year-old Andrew Charles Buster Jr. sexually assaulted Lillyann Grace Reck on Dec. 10, 2018. Police were called an apartment on Cross Keys Road when the toddler was unconscious. She later died at the hospital on Dec. 14, 2018, officials said.
Police said Buster was a family acquaintance who was watching Reck while her mother was at work. The case recently was determined to be a homicide by the medical examiner’s office. Police said new DNA evidence led to Buster’s arrest.
When first reporting on the incident back in 2018, LEX 18’s Leigh Searcy unknowingly spoke to Buster when knocking on apartment doors.
He told Searcy that he was the one who had been watching the girl. When Searcy asked what happened, Buster replied “Yea I know what happened to her but I can’t talk. I can’t talk about it.” Police confirmed that was in fact Buster. - (Black-on-white)
|Dangers of 'being an acquaintance' of a black man|
made, 2 (black) teen suspects wanted in (White) Charles City
RICHMOND, Va. -- Police have charged one man and are asking for the public's help find two other suspects after a Charles City man's body was in a burning Richmond building in November. Richmond Police said fire crews were dispatched to a Southside warehouse on Nov. 1 just after 2:20 a.m. After the fire was out, firefighters discovered 35-year-old Anthony S. Wheeler of Charles City unresponsive inside the warehouse and suffering from apparent gunshot wounds, police said.
Wheeler was pronounced dead at the scene.
Richmond Police officials said Wednesday 20-year-old Marquise J. Culpepper, of the 2400 block of Hull Street in Richmond, who was in custody on unrelated charges, was charged in Wheeler's death. Culpepper was charged with murder, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, robbery and arson, police said. Officials said additional charges are also pending. Additionally, police said they have outstanding warrants for 18-year-old Roquanta R. Beard, of Richmond, and for 18-year-old Johntae D. Sauls, of Richmond, for their involvement in the crime. - (Black-on-white)
arrested in killing of woman found stabbed near Sacramento bike
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Sacramento police said they have arrested a man in connection with the death of a woman who was found near a bike trail.
Steven Wilson, 34, was arrested on suspicion of homicide, the Sacramento Police Department said in a news release Wednesday. He is in custody at the Sacramento County Main Jail and is not eligible for bail, according to online inmate records. Patrol officers went to the bike trail near Del Paso and Northgate boulevards around 2 a.m. Monday after a passerby found the woman's body, police said. Detectives said the woman had been stabbed. The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office will release her name after her next of kin have been notified.
Francisco (black NIGERIAN) official in charge of cleaning up
city's filthy streets arrested
The head of San Francisco Public Works, which is in charge of cleaning up the city’s feces-filled streets, has been arrested by the FBI on suspicion of public corruption.
San Francisco Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru was arrested Monday alongside Nick Bovis, the owner of a popular sports bar in Fisherman’s Wharf, Lefty O-Doul’s. Sources told NBC Bay Area that Nuru was arrested on suspicion of accepting bribes for airport concession contracts.
Both Nuru and Bovis were released on bond following their arrest.
As the top official in charge of the $312 million city public works budget since 2012, Nuru was tasked with cleaning up San Francisco streets, which critics note remain cluttered with feces, trash and used needles amid a homelessness crisis.
'Kannywood' to 'rubbing minds' -- Oxford English Dictionary adds
29 Nigerian words and phrases
Advance-fee scam - Wikipedia
There are many variations of this type of scam, including the 419 scam (also known as the Nigerian Prince scam),
the Spanish Prisoner scam, the black money scam, Fifo's Fraud and the Detroit-Buffalo scam.
man gets 20 years in prison for being part of group that
carjacked Wheaton couple at gunpoint
Police Arrest (Black) Man Accused of Exposing (his filthy
genitals) to Women
Stamford police have arrested a man who is accused of exposing himself to women at several department stores.
Police said an officer patrolling the downtown area on Jan. 21 was alerted to a call of a man exposing himself and masturbating in front of a female customer at a downtown department store. The officer gathered a description of the man and shared it with other units. The officer also realized that the person seemed to match the description of a man who did something similar to another female a day earlier at another downtown department store, police said. Police stopped a man matching the description and arrested 19-year-old Nybree Hill. He was charged with public indecency, breach of peace and interfering with police.
found dead (suicide) after he killed 3 women (1 related) - HISPANIC
baby still missing
MIAMI (AP) - Police have found the body of a man who matches the description of a father sought by police in a newborn baby’s disappearance, authorities in Florida said Wednesday. The 1-week-old boy is still missing.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement issued an Amber Alert for the father and son after three women were found shot dead Tuesday in a rural area in south Miami-Dade County. Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco said later during a news conference that K-9 units searched a wooded area near the van and found a dead man with what appeared to be a single, self-inflicted gunshot wound from a rifle.
Miami-Dade officers had been searching for Ernesto Caballeiro, 49. He is related to at least one of the women found killed, but had not been named as a suspect.
Against Predators" viral video leads to immigration arrest in
Fremont of a Hispanic Homo meeting a '14-year-old boy'
FREMONT, Ohio (WTVG) - Nationwide vigilantes are banding together to try to stop child predators. A new local group attempted to do just that Tuesday, and a YouTube video documenting the incident at the Fremont Walmart has gone viral.
The suspect "Dads Against Predators" met in the video is locked up and facing charges after law enforcement viewed the video. But, his arrest isn't for underage sex crimes. Instead it's a deportation case that the United States Border Patrol is involved in.
On Tuesday morning Joshua Mundy confronted 39-year-old Rafael Valadez-Loera at the Fremont Walmart.
Mundy says this meet up was planned, except Valadez-Loera was expecting a 14-year-old boy instead.
Mundy followed him around the store and into the parking lot and even captured video of the suspect's license plate.
Turns out he was legally admitted on a visitor visa, but U.S. Customs and Border Protection in Detroit tells 13abc he may be deported because he violated his immigration status by engaging in criminal activity which endangers public safety.
inmates facing extradition to US escape Mexican prison
MEXICO CITY -- Three inmates facing extradition requests from the United States escaped from a Mexico City jail on Wednesday, authorities said. The Mexico City prosecutor's office said in a statement that Luis Fernando Meza González, Victor Manuel Félix Beltrán and Yael Osuna Navarro escaped from a prison on the south side of the city without offering details. Meza González and Félix Beltrán were being held on drug charges and Osuna Navarro for alleged criminal association. Authorities were searching surrounding neighborhoods and had opened an investigation.
arrests Filipino church leaders in immigrant trafficking scam
Authorities say church members were forced to collect donations.
The FBI arrested three administrators of a Filipino-based church Wednesday for allegedly trafficking in its members from Asia as part of a six-year fundraising scam.
Guia Cabactulan, 59, Marissa Duenas, 41, and Amanda Estopare, 48, who are members of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, the Name Above Every Name (or KOJC), were picked up by agents in California and Virginia following raids of KOJC’s offices in Van Nuys, Glendale and Los Angeles, the FBI said.
The three allegedly used a children’s foundation as a front to bring in its members from the Philippines and use them to beg for money on the street, the criminal complaint said.
|(Non-Catholic) Catholic school teacher fired for unwed pregnancy (fornication) can sue for discrimination|
Putin pardons American-born Israeli woman jailed in Russia
on drug charges
Russian authorities charged Naama Issachar with carrying more than nine grams of hashish in her luggage
York City: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)
launches anti-hate crime ads to encourage riders to report
Black Preacher Owns a Onetime KKK Museum. He Plans to Transform It
Into a 'Building of Love' - (What,
|Ball State (blacktivist) students hold walkout after (White) professor calls cops on (black) student who refused to change seats|
Milwaukee man to face trial in racist acid attack
Prosecutors say he attacked Mahud Villalaz after accusing him of being in the country illegally and invading the United States.
|White House says Bolton book contains ‘top secret’ classified information|
|Hillary Clinton refuses to be served Tulsi Gabbard’s defamation lawsuit|
Georgia church vandalized with satanic graffiti, cops say
|28 January 2020|
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‘She was a pillar in the community’: Friends of 50-year-old
(White female) shooting victim remember her as ‘a survivor’
SEATTLE — The only person killed when eight people were shot in Wednesday’s downtown shoot out was described by close friends as a nurturing, big-hearted person who acted as a caretaker for people who shared struggles like she had.
“She was just an outgoing person,“ said Donella Young-Rials, who said she had been friends with 50- year-old Tonya Jackson for two decades.
Police Release Photo of (black) Suspect in Homicide (of White
man) at Edinboro Wendy's Restaurant
Police release photo of Markese Lampley, the suspect in a robbery and shooting at the Edinboro Wendy's on Saturday. Wendy's employee Alexander Cavanah was shot during the incident. He died at the hospital from his injuries.
Pair charged in robbery that led to shooting of (White)
Birmingham police officer
Robbery charges have been filed against a teen and his adult friend in a Sunday-morning robbery that led to a Birmingham police officer being shot.
Christopher Leon Burke, 25, and Jahmari Leshaun Wright, 16, are charged with two counts each of first-degree robbery. Birmingham police obtained the warrants against the pair on Tuesday. Burke was booked into the Jefferson County Jail at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday. His bonds total $500,000.
Wright, a student at Parker High School, on Monday was charged with attempted murder and shooting into an unoccupied vehicle. Authorities have not released Wright’s mugshot because of his age.
The suspects were in a security company vehicle and Burke was wearing a security guard uniform at the time of the arrests. Court records do not show any previous arrests of either suspects. Authorities said Jahmari Leshaun Wright, 16 is believed to be the shooter.
The ordeal began at 9:22 a.m. Birmingham police narcotics Det. John Finke was working an extra job at the Woodlawn campus of Church of the Highlands. The officer, who was in uniform but not wearing a protective vest, spotted a robbery in progress of two people reportedly heading to church. He confronted the suspects and a shootout erupted. Authorities said roughly 20 rounds were fired.
Finke was struck twice in the abdomen area. He was critically injured and rushed to UAB Hospital’s Trauma Center where he underwent surgery. He has since undergone several surgeries but is recovering. FOP President Lt. Richard Haluska said Finke has been able to sit in a recliner for periods of time. - (Black-on-white)
officer Cpl. Michael Owen Charged In Fatal Shooting Of (black)
William Green, Handcuffed Man In Police Cruiser
TEMPLE HILLS, Md. (AP/WJZ) — A Prince George’s County police officer has been charged with murder in the shooting death of a handcuffed man in Temple Hills Monday night. Police Chief Hank Stawinski announced Cpl. Michael Owen, Jr. has been charged with second-degree murder, manslaughter and weapons charges in the death of William Howard Green, 43, of Washington, D.C.
“I have concluded that what happened last night is a crime,” Stawinski told reporters.
The deadly shooting occurred Monday night during an apparent struggle inside the cruiser after Prince George’s County police officers responded to reports that a driver had struck multiple vehicles near the Temple Hills community, department spokeswoman Christina Cotterman told news outlets.
When officers located the driver, they smelled PCP and believed the man was under the influence, Cotterman said.
The officer got into the driver’s seat after the suspect was taken into custody and placed in the front passenger seat, according to Cotterman, who said that conforms with department policy, which states, “One officer may transport one arrestee, who will occupy the right front seat. For vehicles equipped with transport partitions, arrestees will occupy the right rear seat.”
Police said Owen’s vehicle did not have a partition.
Two independent witnesses told police they either saw or heard a struggle, and heard loud bangs coming from the cruiser, according to Cotterman. Police said Tuesday Owen shot Green seven times.
charged with fatally stabbing elderly 85-year-old 'boyfriend'
held without bail
The 48-year-old woman charged with fatally stabbing an 85-year-old man in his Brooklyn apartment was held without bail —after prosecutors revealed she had an “on and off” relationship with the victim for 14 years.
Nicole Waiters was arrested after investigators found her — and a knife — at victim Edill Gonzalez’s apartment on Lefferts Ave. in East Flatbush, officials said. Police had discovered Gonzalez Friday with multiple stab wounds “lying in a bed with blood soaked bedsheets gasping for air,” a criminal complaint says. He was later pronounced dead at Kings County Hospital. Waiters appeared in court Saturday on charges of second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon. Assistant District Attorney Christopher Myco told the judge she and Gonzalez were “on and off for 14 years”—despite a 37-year age difference.
criminal retard) man posted a photo of a gun and cash on
Snapchat. Police used the app to find him.
Police used the app's geolocation feature to locate the New Jersey man in a car. A New Jersey man who allegedly posted a photo of a gun and money on Snapchat on Thursday was arrested that day by police who used the app's geolocation feature to locate him in a car.
Taishaun Cosme, 24, of Brick, was charged with drug and weapons offenses, the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office said in a statement Tuesday. The Barnegat Crime Reduction Unit alerted the prosecutor's office that a man was posting pictures on Snapchat of a firearm and money in his vehicle. Further investigation involving multiple police agencies in Ocean County revealed the man was Cosme, the prosecutor's office said.
Maspeth High School dean who allegedly helped kids cheat is
A Maspeth High School math teacher and dean who students say gave them answers on Regents exams and texted with them has been removed, The Post has learned.
Danny Sepulveda was escorted out of the Queens school in late December “due to an ongoing investigation,” the city Department of Education confirmed.DOE officials said the investigation was “unrelated to academic fraud.”
But Sepulveda, 30, is one of several teachers who gave kids answers during Regents exams, according to statements given to investigators.
tolerance": DOJ will ramp up federal prosecutions of anti-Semitic
hate crimes, U.S. Attorney General William Barr says
say 'a thousand noes' to Trump-Netanyahu Mideast peace plan
woman charged with hate crimes in anti-Semitic Hanukkah attacks
Message on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, 2020
“And whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire.”
Biden agrees to pay child support to Arkansas woman, avoids
Mother says MIXED-RACE son with (freak afro) long
hair denied admission to 2 schools in U.K.
Bonnie Miller said both of her sons are mixed race. James' father is from Gana (GHANA?) and for cultural reasons, the parents didn't cut his hair until he was 3 years old. "At that point he was attached — and so was I, to be honest — with his beautiful hair," Miller said. "We just kept the hair." She allowed her son to continue to grow his hair, not thinking much about it — until it came to applying for secondary schools.
coach was suspended after saying he'd like leadership tips from
authorities investigating neo-Nazi-labeled beer called ‘Reich
The labels on the beer bottles feature the Nazi eagle symbol holding an iron cross, which replaced a swastika in the traditional Nazi logo. Nazi symbols are banned in Germany. A crate of the beer was also on sale for €18.88, an apparent neo-Nazi code to reference “Heil Hitler.”
|California Becomes the First State to Officially Ban Natural-Hair (Negro hair) Discrimination|
dolls with no hair and vitiligo added to Mattel's "most diverse
doll line" yet
Barbie is branding itself as the "most diverse doll line" on the market after unveiling a slew of new dolls featuring inclusive hairstyles, skin tones and body types. Mattel on Tuesday revealed a doll with vitiligo, a doll with no hair, and a doll with a darker skin tone and a gold prosthetic limb.
|Hillary Clinton says she still feels the urge to beat Trump|
|Washington Post reinstates reporter placed on leave over Kobe Bryant rape allegation tweet|
|‘We Are All Hurt By This’: Racist Graffiti Sparks Protest At University Of Richmond|
|TREASON, BLOODY TREASON - SPYING FOR THE CHINESE COMMUNISTS
Harvard professor among three charged with lying about Chinese government ties
(CNN) - A Harvard University professor and two other Chinese nationals were federally indicted in three separate cases for allegedly lying to the US about their involvement with China's government, the US attorney for the district of Massachusetts announced Tuesday.
Federal authorities told reporters the cases highlighted the "ongoing threat" posed by China using "nontraditional collectors" like academics and researchers to steal American research and technology.
- Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!
top 5 deadliest cities - (Must be (African-American,
colored, black, Negro, nword cities, right???)
speech wins as California DMV says Fulham soccer fan's 'Come on
You Whites' vanity plate is OK
Jon Kotler, a lawyer and constitutional scholar at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, has been a devoted fan of the London-based soccer team Fulham Football Club. But he ran into a roadblock when the DMV rejected his request for the vanity plate using an acronym for the team’s slogan, “COYW,” claiming it could carry “racial overtones" and “connotations offensive to good taste and decency.”
|27 January 2020|
female) Mississippi postal worker dies a week after being shot
(by worthless demonic black man) while delivering mail
A Mississippi postal worker who was shot while delivering mail last week has died.
Sherry Ingold died at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson on Friday night, Postal Inspector Tony Robinson said.
Ingold was shot on Mississippi Highway 35 in Attala County on Jan. 16. The suspected was then shot by law enforcement.
Ronald Dampeer, 28, has been arrested in the case, U.S. Postal Inspector Tony Robinson told WTVA. Dampeer is also accused of trying to kidnap a woman earlier on Jan. 16 from the Sunflower Grocery Store near Kosciusko. That woman got away. Dampeer then encountered Ingold along Mississippi Highway 35, where the sheriff said she was shot. It's unclear where law enforcement shot Dampeer He was also taken to UMMC in Jackson for treatment.
sues Lyft and the (black) driver she says raped her in St. Louis
ST. LOUIS — A nurse who says she was raped last year by a Lyft driver in a St. Louis alley has filed a lawsuit in St. Louis Circuit Court against the company and the driver.
The 30-year-old woman is referenced in court papers only as Jane Doe, but Cristen Giangarra held a news conference Thursday saying she wanted to speak publicly about the ordeal.
Giangarra, her lips quivering at times, recounted how on that June night she had several drinks, chose not to drive and contacted Lyft in a decision that “forever altered” her life. “I harbor no shame in my actions,” she said. “I acted responsibly by not drinking and driving. I chose to use the app designed to safely transport passengers, and ultimately I was punished for this decision.” She is a registered nurse who lived in St. Louis at the time. She has since moved away, her attorney said.
The driver, who has been charged with first-degree rape and kidnapping, is Larry Donnell Ward, 53, of the 3300 block of Bay Tree Drive in St. Peters. According to charges filed by St. Louis prosecutors on Dec. 5, Ward picked up a woman on June 22 in the 1000 block of Clark Avenue, turned off his ride-share location software and pulled into an alley. He then raped the woman while she was intoxicated, charges allege. The suit contends that San Francisco-based Lyft failed to either conduct adequate background checks on Ward or failed to reject him as a driver.
Gallagher said his firm’s research uncovered a criminal record for Ward dating back to the 1980s including a sexual assault case from 2002 that did not result in a conviction. Other cases include theft and drug charges in the Chicago area, he said. “When Cristen got in the vehicle that night, she had no idea that Lyft had actually sent a predator to pick her up and take her home,” Gallagher said. - (Black-on-white)
man charged with sexually assaulting 3 MSU students during home
EAST LANSING — A Detroit man has been charged with breaking into an East Lansing apartment and sexually assaulting three female Michigan State students early Friday.
Lamont Rodgers, 24, was arrested Friday and arraigned Sunday on six counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, three counts of armed robbery, one count of home invasion, one count of assault by strangulation and six felony weapons charges.
Rodgers used an unlocked door to enter the apartment in the 25 East apartment complex in the 2500 block of Abbot Road just after 6 a.m. Friday, East Lansing police said. Deputy Chief Steve Gonzalez said he does not believe Rodgers is a MSU student. Rodgers is being held without bail. He has prior charges of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct and assault with the intent to do harm less than murder from an August incident. Those charges are still pending.
Fatally Stabbed at Union Station, interracial couple Arrested:
D.C. police and Metro Transit Police arrested two suspects after a man was fatally stabbed at the Union Station Metro.
Officers found the man suffering from a stab wound about 8:20 a.m. Sunday, shortly after Metro opened for the day. The man died at the scene. Police said the stabbing happened on the Metro platform at the station.
Officers arrested 23-year-old Angel Moses and 29-year-old Edward Everstine. Moses was charged with second-degree murder while armed and Everstine was charged with accessory after the fact, D.C. police said. Detectives discovered the stabbing happened during a dispute and the suspects knew the victim, police said Sunday night.
|(Well, what-dya-know... )
Hartsville shooting suspects apprehended - (If the headline
suggests MAYHEM - suspect -> black)
HARTSVILLE, S.C. – One of two alleged shooters at a Hartsville lounge has been identified. (Mugshot features dead, vacant, soulless eyes.)
Two people died and four others were injured in the shooting early Sunday morning at Mac’s Lounge in the 100 block of Camden Avenue. Darius Grant Dickey has been charged with four counts of attempted murder, pointing and presenting a firearm, possession of a weapon during a violent crime, discharging a firearm into a dwelling, having a gun where alcohol is sold and a violation of a city ordinance.
Darlington County Coroner Todd Hardee identified the dead as Dicaprio Collins, 21, and Bryan Robinson, 29.
hate you…hope you two die!’: Name of slain (black) trooper
reportedly found on wall of Lisle shooter’s condo
Paul Perez, 57, was arrested at a state prison in Delano, days before he was expected to be released on unrelated charges. He is suspected in the deaths of the children born between 1992 and 2001.
Citizenship status of the Hispanic suspect has not been reported in this news article...
|Arizona's ballot rules overturned on grounds they discriminate against minority voters|
Court allows Trump administration to enforce ‘public charge’
The rabid far-left liberal 'progressive' democrats want all the 'wretched refuse' of Africa, Asia and South of the border to come in
The 'America First' position is to say we do not have to take in your wretched refuse that refuses to work and wants to freeload on us.
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