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Updated 29 August, 2015
The Color of Crime - "Blacks are statistically 50 times more likely to attack whites than vice versa"

Dannie HamiltonDavid FudgeMichael Donta JonesRonette RickettsKevin Benefield Frederick Lamar Dee, Lemiah Wyatt Sanders Brian Wonsom

  29 August, 2015

    Texas Sheriff's Deputy Darren H. Goforth Killed 'Execution-Style' at Gas Station - (by "dark-complected" man)
black assassinblack assassinHarris County Sheriff's Deputy Darren H. Goforth A uniformed Texas sheriff's deputy was shot and killed at a gas station late Friday in what police called a bizarre incident. Harris County Sheriff's Deputy Darren H. Goforth, 47, had just come out of the convenience store of a Houston Chevron gas station where he had filled his patrol car when a man "walked up behind him and literally shot him to death," Sheriff Ron Hickman said at a news conference. After Goforth fell to the ground, the suspect stood over him and fired several more times. "It appears to be an unprovoked execution-style killing of a police officer," Hickman said. The deputy leaves behind a wife and two children. - (Black-on-white) - (Blue lives matter)
  • Texas county sheriff's deputy shot and killed at gas station, “dark-complected male” gunman at large
    A Texas sheriff’s deputy was shot and killed late Friday while pumping gas into his vehicle during his shift, police said at a news conference. The Harris County Sheriff’s deputy was shot once in the head and three times in the back at the gas station on West Rd. and Telge in northwest Harris County. The officer died from his injuries. Police are searching for a “dark-complected male” at least 5 feet 10 inches, wearing a white t-shirt and red shorts. He was last seen in a Ford Ranger. “Tonight we lost one of our brothers,” the Harris County Sheriff’s Office tweeted out late Friday. “This is an extremely difficult time right now for the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.” - (Blue lives matter)

    (Black) Man charged in fatal tire iron beating (of White man) near Magnolia
Anthony Dwayne RideauAaron McMahonAnthony Dwayne Rideau, 41, of Magnolia, was being held Wednesday on $300,000 bond on charges of murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, according to the county sheriff's office. Authorities allege that Rideau used a tire iron to batter and facture the skull of Aaron McMahon, 31, until he lost consciousness. Then, they allege, Rideau turned the weapon against the victim's 58-year-old father, Michael, who was "incoherent" when authorities got there. Emergency workers tried to resuscitate the son, but he was pronounced dead soon after arrival at a Tomball hospital. His father was also treated there for injuries that authorities said were incapacitating but not life-threatening. His condition was not available Wednesday evening.

The McMahons were walking with their fishing poles and became upset when Rideau sped past them. As Rideau's Dodge Magnum passed, one of the McMahons tapped the car's windshield with his fishing rod and damaged it. Rideau told authorities that he was driving to get some food when he spotted the two fishermen and "moved to the side" to avoid them. But when he realized his windshield had been broken, he jerked his car to a stop and got out to confront the father and son. Their verbal disagreement soon turned "physical," a sworn search warrant affidavit says. Rideau said the McMahons punched him in the face and kicked his stomach before he returned to his car. He drove a few miles down the road and stopped, retrieving his tire iron as he exited his car again. He contends that he had seen the older man with a knife. At that point, the affidavit says, Rideau told authorities that he was in "gladiator mode." ..... When investigators asked Rideau why he returned to the scene of the confrontation, the affidavit states Rideau told them that he was the only black man living in that neighborhood and he wanted to "show" them that he was not someone to mess with. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man, woman charged in connection with deadly gas station shooting (of White man)
Marvin Molquie WatsonZeryikia CopelandNancy Anderson with her sonLAURENS COUNTY, S.C. —Two people have been charged in connection with a shooting at a Laurens County gas station, according to Lt. Judy Stiles with the Laurens County Sheriff's Department. Stiles said Marvin Molquie Watson, 30, of Laurens is charged with murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.   Zeryikia Copeland, 20, of Clinton is charged with accessory after the fact to felony murder, Stiles said.  Both are charged in connection to the murder of David Roy Anderson, 55, of Clinton. Anderson was shot multiple times and killed Sunday afternoon while filling his car up with gas. It happened at the Corner Mart, at the corner of Highway 76 and Torrington Road in Clinton. The sheriff's office said there is no known relationship between the suspects and victim at this time and no known motive. - (Black-on-white)
  • Family seeks to save home for widow after husband killed in Clinton shooting
    The widow of David Anderson, who was shot and killed at a Clinton gas station, spoke out about how she is coping almost a week after his death. Marvin Watson and Zeryikia Copeland face charges in the killing of Anderson. Authorities said it was all a big mistake and Anderson wasn't even the one they were after. On top of losing her husband, Nancy Anderson is now in fear she may lose her home since her husband supported a large portion of their income. "My biggest fear is that I would not be able to pass this to my children," said Anderson. Anderson is a special education school teacher but says her late husband made a substantial part of their income that allowed them to live in this home.
  • Motive For Cold-Blooded Killing Baffles Local Cops
    After he left the store and returned to his truck, a black male approached him at the pump and shot him multiple times before fleeing the scene in a silver compact sedan driven by another person.
  • Fund set up for grieving Upstate family

    ('Gay' black racist) shooter (of 3 unarmed White victims) was ex-employee of news station
Vester Lee FlanaganVicki GardnerAllison Parker, 24, and James Ward, 27The man who shot and killed a reporter and cameraman on live television this morning is believed to be a former employee of WDBJ in Virginia. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe stated in a press conference that police have the man's name and license plate number, but had chosen not to release the information. Shortly thereafter, the man was identified by police as Vester Lee Flanagan. A source who was at the press conference at which Flanagan was identified as the suspect says, “He was described as a light skinned black male, with brown eyes and black hair, 6 foot 3 inches tall and approximately 250 pounds. They believe he is armed with a handgun.” McAuliffe says that police are in "active pursuit" of the suspected shooter and will likely have him in custody within the hour. Flanagan is said to be traveling on I-64, which runs east to west across Virginia. Little is known about Flanagan at this time, and it is unclear if he intended to target victims Allison Parker, 24, and James Ward, 27, or if he simply had a grudge against WDBJ in general. Flanagan also shot Vicki Gardner, a local chamber of commerce representative who was being interviewed on the air. She is currently undergoing surgery, and is expected to survive. - (Black-on-white) - (White lives matter! - web) - (White lives matter - images)

    (Black) Louisville man accused of stabbing two (White) women, causing punctured lungs
 Kalief CummingsMelissa Snader and 27-year-old Sherrie SnaderLOUISVILLE, Ky. -- A man is behind bars, accused of stabbing two sisters in Louisville for a bachelorette party. One of the victims is the bride-to-be. The sisters are recovering at U of L Hospital. Their father says they are in pain, but overall in good spirits. This man police believe is responsible for the stabbings is 45-year-old Kalief Cummings. Cummings was arrested around 2 a.m. today and is charged with two counts of first degree assault. Police believe he stabbed the women near S. 3rd Street and W. Liberty Street. The victims are 21-year-old Melissa Snader and 27-year-old Sherrie Snader. Sherrie is the bride-to-be. Their father, Richard Snader, says the group spent the night at Fourth Street before returning to the Econo Lodge. Part of the group was on the way to get something to eat when the stabbings occurred. Both have punctured lungs. He calls the crime 'sick.' - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) White House fence jumper killed at Chester Co. Justice Center after slashing (White) deputy
Curtis Smithwounded White deputyWEST CHESTER, Pa. -- A man who once jumped the fence at the White House was shot and killed at the Chester County Justice Center by a sheriff's deputy on Tuesday after attacking another (White) deputy with a knife. The suspect is identified as 34-year-old Curtis Smith of Coatesville, Pa. Investigators say Smith entered the Justice Center at approximately 11:50 a.m. with a knife, ran past security and started attacking a sheriff's deputy, slashing him. Reiley Aikman witnessed the attack, and tells us, "He said, 'I'm gonna get ya, I'm gonna get ya.' He ran right through the door, right through security, and I hear 'POP, POP.' And it was the sheriff shooting him." The district attorney said another deputy opened fire, shooting Smith. Smith was rushed to Paoli Hospital but later died. The deputy who was attacked sustained injuries to his arm and hand. He was transported to Chester County Hospital and then flown to a trauma unit. He is currently in stable condition. - (Black-on-white)

    Black man arrested in murders of White father and grandmother
Derrick SmithRonnie (or Ronny) WinbornLaura WinbornMEMPHIS, Tenn. — An arrest has been made in the murders of a father and grandmother in Memphis. Laura Winborn, 59, and Ronnie Winborn, 29, were shot and killed in the 3000 block of Vivia Avenue August 21. Ronnie Winborn’s 3 and 5-year-old children witnessed the murders and ran for help. Derrick Deon Smith has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder during a robbery. - (Black-on-white)

    Kelsie Schelling's boyfriend named person of interest in her disappearance in new court documents
Donthe LucasKelsie SchellingPUEBLO, Colo. - New court documents show Kelsie Schelling's boyfriend is considered a person of interest in the case – which contradicts earlier claims by the Pueblo Police Department. Schelling’s parents filed a lawsuit earlier this year accusing Donthe Lucas of "wrongful death" and Pueblo police investigators of "deliberately obstructing" the investigation of the "killing" of the pregnant Denver woman. Schelling vanished on the night of Feb. 4, 2013, after she drove to Pueblo to meet her boyfriend, Donthe Lucas, to tell him she was two months pregnant with his child. Lucas, a 6-foot-8 former basketball star at Pueblo's Central High School and Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, has never been arrested or charged in connection with her disappearance or presumed death. In new court documents, the lawyer representing the city and the officers named in the lawsuit said Lucas is a person of interest. Schelling’s body has not been found. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Police identify black carjacker that shot two Troy police officers who returned fire - suspect dead
Thaddeus FaisonChad KlienJoshua ComitaleTROY - Two Troy Police officers are recovering after they were shot by a would-be carjacker in the area of 112th St. and 5th Ave. Saturday night around 10:30. Police say they received a call for an attempted carjacking with a description of the would-be carjacker. An officer who was in the area went to that intersection and saw a person who fit the description and followed him while he waited for backup. When another officer joined him, they approached the man and he fired on them with a handgun. The officers fired back, hitting the man. Officer Joshua Comitale, a 7 year veteran of the force, was injured in both legs. Officer Chad Klien, 9 years on the force, was shot point blank in the shoulder when he responded. The officers were taken to Albany Medical Center. The man they shot was later identified as Thaddeus Faison, 39, from Albany. He was taken to St. Mary's Hospital and was later pronounced dead. Troy Police say Faison was a convicted felon with a lengthy criminal past. Investigators believe that around 20 rounds were exchanged in the shootout, they are also investigating cameras that were in the area. - (Black-on-white) - (Blue lives matter)

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    Black faggot accused of groping (White) father in parking lot
Michael Martin SanchezMichael Martin SanchezColby Rainey OLATHE, KS - Michael Martin Sanchez has a history of sexual crimes targeting men and women. He is in jail again, charged with groping a man in Olathe. Colby Rainey said Sanchez groped him in the parking lot of an Olathe hardware store. "He came up to me real nonchalantly and said, 'Hey, how are you doing today?' Then, he reached around and grabbed me on the butt," Rainey said. Rainey said he didn't know what to think. "I was more confused and concerned than anything," Rainey shared. Rainey said he was at the store with his young son when Sanchez approached him in the parking lot. He said when a stranger comes up and gets in your space like Sanchez did, it raises red flags. Rainey said he made sure his son was safe in the car, then Sanchez reached around and grabbed his butt. Police say Sanchez is a registered sex offender who has been charged with five sex crimes and one county of battery in the past five years. Rainey says Sanchez ran after his car as they drove away. That's when he decided he needed to call the cops. - (Black-on-white)


Police release sketch of black man wanted in Queens acid attack on white female priest
Alexandra Dyerblack suspectQUEENS, N.Y. -- Police have a better idea of the man they are trying to find in an acid attack on a woman in Queens. The NYPD has released a sketch of the suspect. The attack happened Wednesday night in Sunnyside, as 59-year old Alexandra Dyer entered her car on Skillman Avenue. Investigators say the suspect was last seen wearing a black t-shirt, black shorts and white sneakers. Dyer suffered severe burns in attack that sources tell Eyewitness News was not random. The man, holding a coffee cup, came up from behind and said, "Can I ask you a question?" When Dyer turned around, the man threw the unknown substance from the cup at her face. Sources said it was a thick gel-like liquid. The substance began to burn immediately, according to police. She tried to drive away, but only made it 200 feet. She stopped the car, started screaming and a passerby called 911. The woman was rushed to the burn unit at Cornell Medical Center, where she was being treated for serious burns to face, eyes and hands. - (Black-on-white)


    Random stabbing attacks on Whites in Bloomington lead to attempted murder charges against berserk black man
Jason HopkinsWhite victimWhite victimBLOOMINGTON — A Bloomington man will be arraigned Aug. 28 on attempted first-degree and aggravated assault charges, stemming from what authorities say were random attacks on three people Wednesday afternoon in downtown Bloomington. Formal charges were leveled Thursday against Jason Hopkins, 35. The attempted murder charges accuse Hopkins of stabbing a man with a knife. One victim is a Pantagraph employee who was working outside the building. He remains hospitalized with two stab wounds. Another man was allegedly stabbed by Hopkins prior to that attack. He was a tourist from Germany and was struck and then stabbed in the knee as he stood near the McLean County Museum of History. He was treated and released from a local hospital. A third man, 82, was allegedly knocked to the ground by Hopkins as he worked at the museum. The aggravated battery counts relate to the stabbings of the two men and the minor injuries to the museum volunteer. Hopkins is accused of assaulting the three victims in what appears to be random attacks. The knife recovered by police and believed to be the weapon used is about 4 inches long, said Chambers. - (Black-on-white)

    The Retrial of a (Black) Texas Corpse-raper Imprisoned Despite an Overturned Conviction
Jerry HartfieldJerry Hartfield, 59, has been in prison since 1977 even though his original murder conviction was overturned in 1980. A Texas jury found him guilty of the crime for a second time. In 1977, a jury convicted Hartfield, who is black, of the 1976 rape and murder of Eunice Lowe, a white 55-year-old bus-station ticket agent in Bay City, Texas. Three years later, Texas’s highest criminal appeals court overturned the conviction, citing jury selection issues, and ordered a retrial—an order the prosecution fought for years. Before that retrial began, however, then-Texas Governor Mark White commuted Hartfield’s death sentence to life imprisonment in 1983. There was only one catch: Because Hartfield’s original conviction had been vacated, he legally had no death sentence for the governor to commute. But since no one realized this at the time, or for decades afterward, Hartfield stayed in prison and served the commuted life sentence without retrial. Hartfield, who reportedly has an IQ of 51, did not realize he was serving a life sentence. - (Black-on-white)

    Police: (White) Murder victim targeted (by brutal blacks) because he had autism
Carl StarkeKevin Trevon WilliamsChristopher Koran O’NealST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - Police believe a man fatally shot outside a northeast Florida condominium complex was targeted because he had autism and the shooters wanted his car. Authorities in St. Augustine says three suspected shooters arrested Wednesday saw 36-year-old Carl Starke at a Walmart and followed him home to take his vehicle. Starke was fatally shot in the chest on Tuesday night outside his condo complex, where he lived with his mother. Police say two teens were arrested and charged with murder. The arrests followed a police chase that led to crash on Wednesday. A third suspect, who was not identified, is in a hospital recovering from injuries from the car crash. Police are also seeking two other juveniles. - (Black-on-white)

    64-year-old White man dies after family said he was tackled at VCU pharmacy by black security guard
Phillip WhitakerGeorge Brown, JrRICHMOND, Va. – A family is mourning the death of their father, who they said died as a result of injuries sustained when he was tackled by (George Brown, Jr), a security guard at an ambulatory care pharmacy. On Friday afternoon, 64-year-old Phillip Whitaker was waiting on his prescriptions at the VCU Medical ambulatory pharmacy, according to the family. They said when Whitaker’s name was called he walked up to the counter, and was then tackled by a contract security guard working for VCU Medical Center. The family said this is the second time he was called back up, because he needed to correct an issue with his prescription. VCU Officers discovered Whitaker unconscious on the floor with a serious head injury, according to Richmond Police, who have taken over the case at the request of Virginia Commonwealth University. He was immediately knocked unconscious and transported to the emergency room, according to the family. He underwent surgery Saturday for the bleeding in his brain and was on life support. They said Whitaker died while still on life support. The family said the security guard was immediately terminated. - (Black-on-white)
  • Victim’s family upset after black security guard charged with manslaughter granted bond
    RICHMOND, Va. — Relatives are outraged after a judge granted bond to a man charged with killing their loved one. Family members of Phillip Whitaker, Jr. declared it’s just not right. According to the prosecutor, 64-year-old Whitaker was trying to cut in line to pick up a prescription when a security guard confronted him. At some point, the unarmed guard allegedly pulled or pushed the victim out of the way. Whitaker fell to the ground, hit his head on the floor and died two days later. George Brown, Jr. is the 67-year-old security guard charged with involuntary manslaughter in the case. Whitaker’s loved ones were so angry, they erupted in court and had to be escorted out by deputies. One daughter shouted at Brown and called him a murderer.

    Daughter of White woman raped and murdered by black says mother was ‘an educated woman’
Danielle CaronCurtis HodgesThe daughter of a 49-year-old woman stabbed to death last week in downtown Hilo said her mother was “an educated woman,” and media descriptions of her as a homeless person do her life and memory a disservice. Chloe Caron said her mother, Danielle Caron, originally was from Pacific Palisades, an affluent Los Angeles neighborhood, but spent almost two decades in Santa Cruz., Calif., before moving to the Big Island a couple of years ago. “She graduated from college with a master’s (degree) in teaching,” Chloe Caron said. “She’s talented. She’s artistic; she can draw. She has a genius IQ. She’s a loving woman with an addiction problem. She moved to the Big Island. I lived on Kauai for five years. I moved her out there myself to give her a new opportunity to change for the better. When I moved her out to Hawaii, I was with her for about a month, so I know that she was sober. For a while, she was working on an organic farm and she was trying to pretty much survive.” Chloe Caron said she last talked to her mother about a month ago. “When I read the news, it breaks my heart to read ‘homeless woman murdered.’ That’s not who she was,” Chloe Caron said. “She had a lot to give people. She was kind. She wasn’t a homeless addict who robbed people or anything like that.” Curtis Hodges, a 35-year-old man from Shiloh, Ill., was arrested Friday at the Hilo Bay Hostel and charged with Danielle Caron’s murder. Surveillance video of the area led to his arrest, police said. - (Black-on-white)

    Third black arrested in connection with murder of White pizza driver
Latrell Deshawn Richey Sir Jeffrey Scott CarrollJames FlanneryCOLUMBUS — Police say a third man was arrested in connection with the July 30 murder of a pizza delivery driver in southeast Columbus. According to Columbus police, 20-year-old Latrell Deshawn Richey was arrested by the Criminal Intelligence Unit shortly after 9 p.m. Tuesday. Richey is charged with murder in connection with the shooting death of James A. Flannery, a 59-year-old Papa John’s delivery driver. Police say Flannery was shot as he tried to make a delivery to a home on Kenaston Drive. A witness identified Richey as the man who actually shot Flannery. The first suspect, 18-year-old Sir Jeffrey Scott Carroll, was arrested August 12 and charged with aggravated murder. The second suspect, a 13-year-old boy was arrested the next day. - (Black-on-white)

    Update: Second Suspect In Cathedral Robbery Arrested
Larry LeggettWayman ClarkCharlean ClarkThe missing suspect in a robbery and assault at St. Cecilia Cathedral has been identified as Larry Leggett, 20, and he is now in police custody, along with Wayman Clark. Police say that shortly before 3:30 Friday afternoon officers with the Metro Area Fugitive Task Force located Leggett in the 4700 block of North 36th Avenue. They say he tried to run from the rear of a residence when officers announced themselves but the home was surrounded. He ran back inside. Police say Task Force members were then able to talk Leggett into surrendering. He was arrested without further incident and booked for robbery. Police say they were able to identify Leggett as their missing suspect through a combination of Crime Stoppers tips and the work of the Task Force, the OPD Gang Unit and Robbery Unit Detectives. Police say 22-year-old Clark was one of two men seen on surveillance video who ran up behind the 76-year-old victim. One grabbed her purse and the other punched her in the head, knocking her to the floor, causing a gash that sent her to the hospital. Prosecutors say it was Clark who threw the punch. They say they did not file assault charges in this case because the robbery charge carries more time. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Man shot, wife flees with baby as (4 black) gunmen storm home
Brandon Jerome Smithblack home invaderblack home invaderblack home invaderMichael Lash and familyATLANTA -- Residents of Atlanta's Riverside community filled a community meeting Tuesday looking for answers from police, two days after one of their neighbors -- Michael Lash -- was shot, and his wife shot at by intruders. The gunmen shot and wounded Lash as he fought to keep them out of his home Sunday night, Atlanta police said. His wife Whitney and baby daughter escaped but not before they were shot at twice. Lash, his wife Whitney, their 2-year-old son and infant daughter had just returned to their home on Sumter Street from a vacation when four men knocked on their front door. "They pretended as if their vehicle had broken down and they were requesting a car jack of some sort from our victim at which point they brandished a weapon," said Ofc. Ralph Woolfolk. The men asked Lash to borrow a car jack and then tried to force their way inside. As Lash tried to close the door, the men shot him and entered the house. Lash was shot twice in the leg, one of the shots shattered his femur. The couple's 2-year-old son was sleeping in an upstairs bedroom. Lash's wife grabbed their infant daughter and ran to the back of the house. Police said the suspects fired twice at her and the baby, but missed. She then managed to run to a neighbor's home. Michael Lash was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital in stable condition. According to a GoFundMe page created to raise money for medical costs, Lash suffered a shattered femur after being shot in both legs. - (Black-on-white)
  • Police: 'Young and dumb' teen arrested in home invasion
    ATLANTA -- Atlanta Police have arrested a suspect in a recent home invasion where a father was shot in both legs. Investigators announced Friday morning they arrested 18-year-old Brandon Jerome Smith. Atlanta Police Department spokesman Kim Jones said police are searching for three additional suspects, but investigators believe Smith was the shooter. Atlanta Police Chief George Turner said Smith was "young and dumb. Where did he think he was going to go?"
  • Arrest made in violent Atlanta home invasion
  • Atlanta home invasion: Suspect was armed when arrested, cops say
    Brandon Jerome Smith, an 18-year-old suspect in an armed robbery that left a northwest Atlanta father wounded in both legs, had a gun on him when he was arrested late Thursday, Atlanta police said Friday. The chief said Smith has been identified as the shooter in the Sunday night assault on Michael Lash and his family, who had just returned to their Sumter Street home from vacation. Smith had a stolen 40-caliber gun on him when he was taken into custody. Police have “good leads” on the search for three other suspects. Police said an existing warrant was out for Smith because he failed to appear in court on a Brookhaven car break-in charge.
  • Atlanta home invasion: ‘Please don’t shoot, I have a little baby’
    Michael Lash knew he had a broken leg and he couldn’t feel his other foot. One bullet had gone in the front of his thigh and out the back. While trying to protect his wife and two young children, the northwest Atlanta father was shot in both legs Sunday evening, the beginning of a few terrifying moments for the family.
  • New clues tracking shooter in Atlanta home invasion
  • 911 audio of home invasion released
  • Police search for teens who attacked, terrorized young family
  • Love Offering for Mike and Whitney - (gofundme)
    Michael LashUpdate from Whitney's dad: Friends - we have great news! The Atlanta Police Department has arrested the shooter that attacked our daughter and son-in-law's family last Sunday evening. Although the other criminals involved remain at large, Mike and Whitney continue to heal and are thankful for the progress that law enforcement is making. On behalf of our family, thank you again for your love, prayers, and support during this difficult time.
  • Bleeding victim of black-gang shooting: Forgive them
    A man who was shot in both legs by a black gang during a home invasion was lying on the ground, bleeding profusely, as emergency responders attended to his wounds. In excruciating pain, he had a single message for the attackers: “Forgive them Father, they know not what they have done.” Michael Lash’s recitation of Luke 23:34 was related by his wife, Whitney Lash, who posted an update of her husband’s condition on a GoFundMe page launched by friends trying to raise a little help for the family.

    DNA evidence found on a glove helps to crack a 16-year-old murder case of a (White) great grandmother, 84, who was strangled after she left a Detroit diner (by a brutal black beast with a Nigerian name)
    Nosakhare N. OnumonuHelen KlocekA murder case which lay unsolved for the past 16 years has finally been unraveled thanks to DNA evidence found on a glove. The 1999 murder of Helen Klocek, 84, from Plymouth Township looked as if it would remain an unsolved cold case due to a lack of evidence. But it was cracked after investigators ran DNA tests on a glove that was left at the murder scene and matched the DNA to a convicted felon who was in jail and was set to be released imminently for another crime. The DNA belonged to Nosakhare Onumonu, a four-time convicted felon who had prior convictions and lived close to where the elderly woman's body was found. Klocek was murdered after she left the Brothers Family Restaurant on March, 2 1999 and headed toward her Plymouth Township apartment. Her body was found in an alley behind behind Calvary AME Zion Church on Detroit's west side, according to The Detroit Free Press. The widower had suffered a broken right collarbone, broken sternum, nine broken ribs and had defense wounds on her hands and arms. An eyewitness reported seeing a woman matching Klocek 'with a worried look on her face wearing a beige trench coat' driving slowly east on Joy Road, near where Klocek's body was found. She also spotted 'a young black man in the front passenger seat of the Escort, 'pointing as if to direct the driver.' - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Mom, 2 Children Recovering After Stolen Vehicle In High-Speed Chase Crashes Into Their Car
Heather Bach and injured children Amelia and NoahRaymon BrownPITTSBURGH — Two children continue to recover from serious injuries after the car that their mother was driving was struck by a vehicle in a high-speed police pursuit on Route 51. “It’s a miracle that they are alive,” said Cindy West, of North Versailles. It was late Monday night when the car her daughter was driving was struck by a speeding, stolen vehicle being chased by Stowe Township Police. West’s daughter, Heather Bach, had two of her children in the car with her at the time. They were going to the airport to pick up a foreign exchange student from China. West told KDKA-TV’s Ralph Iannotti, “If it had been another foot or two my daughter and the children would have all been killed by the car that hit them. He was going superfast.” Police said the car, reported stolen from Dormont last week and being operated by 19-year-old Raymon Brown was going nearly 100 miles an hour when it slammed into Bach’s Toyota at a Route 51 intersection. Brown was taken to Allegheny General Hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. According to a criminal complaint, he told a nurse there, “I smoked weed and took ‘percs’ before the crash.” West says her granddaughter, 11-year-old Amelia was most seriously hurt. She’s now in critical condition after major surgery. She was riding in the front seat of the car with her mother. West’s grandson, Noah, “is stable with somewhat serious injuries, but not as bad as his sister.” Friends and family have set up a GoFundMe page for the Bach family, to raise money to help pay for their medical expenses. If you would like to help them, visit: http://www.gofundme.com/bachrecovery - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Judge finds (black) Taylor men guilty of misdemeanor assault in gas station beating (of White man)
Anthony ClarkDeangelo ClarkShannon WalkerRyan NasarzewskiA Wayne County judge found two Taylor men guilty of misdemeanor aggravated assault Tuesday in a gas station beating that left a Lincoln Park man hospitalized for a month. Wayne County Circuit Judge Shannon Walker rejected felony charges of assault with intent to murder and assault with intent to commit great bodily harm against Anthony Clark, 23, and his brother, Deangelo Clark, 22. Walker heard testimony on several days over the past two months, as the Clarks waived their right to a jury trial. Walker said she looked at the credibility of all the witnesses and considered the Clarks’ intent when they punched and kicked Ryan Nasarzewski, 29, of Lincoln Park, at the BP gas station at Telegraph and Wick roads in Taylor She said she believed the Clarks when they testified that they felt threatened by Nasarzewski. They testified that Nasarzewski called them a racial epithet and raised his arms in a threatening way.
Police say witnesses told them that two men were talking amongst themselves about selling drugs in the area and Nasarzewski allegedly said, “We don’t do that around here.” Witnesses said the two men got him down on the floor and kicked him in the head. Walker noted that not all witnesses who gave a statement to police testified at the trial. Nasarzewski testified last fall in District Court in Taylor that he had vision, hearing and memory problems as a result of the beating, as well as a number of broken bones in his skull and several broken ribs. Family members said that for the first two weeks after the incident, they didn’t know if Nasarzewski would live. - (Black-on-white)

    Black arrested in Meriwether Co. homicide of White man
Timiquae Marquan SlatonKenneth Michael SpiceMERIWETHER COUNTY, GA - Meriwether County Sheriff Chuck Smith reports an arrest has been made in the murder investigation of Kenneth Michael Spice. Spice’s body was discovered in a wooded area in the 100 block of Primrose Circle on June 15. Timiquae Marquan Slaton, 22, of Newnan, Ga. was developed as a suspect after investigators located evidence at his residence that tied back to the initial crime scene. Sheriff Smith said a search warrant was executed at Slaton’s residence during the early morning hours of July 31 with the combined efforts of Meriwether County Sheriff’s Office investigators, the Upson Regional Narcotics Task Force, the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office and agents with the Georgia Bureau of Investigations. During the search investigators located additional evidence that tied back to the initial crime scene investigation. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man convicted in arson murder of (White) Hazelwood man
Jeremy HendersonMike MansfieldMary Mansfield and family memberCLAYTON • A man was convicted on Monday in connection with an arson fire at a Hazelwood apartment that killed a man who lived there. Jeremy Henderson, 23, was found guilty on counts of felony murder and first-degree arson. Henderson was accused in the death of 48-year-old Mike Mansfield, who was found dead in his Hazelwood apartment building that was set on fire on Aug. 4, 2012. The apartment building is at building at 5230 Villa Rosa Lane. Henderson told police he served as a lookout while others poured gasoline in the apartment building's hallways and near the door of their intended victim. It's not clue who the target was, but it wasn't Mansfield. Henderson told police he saw one of the other people light a match and set the gasoline-soaked carpet on fire. Police say they got a tip that Henderson was involved. The others have not been identified. Several other people, including an infant, were stranded on the third and highest floor of the 10-unit building until rescuers arrived. Mansfield was a gas station attendant for his landlord. He also fixed and cleaned fish tanks for Tanks A Lot Aquarium Service. He had two sons, Andy and Alex. Sentencing for Henderson is set for Sept. 21. The jury recommended consecutive sentences of 18 years on the arson charge and 21 years on the murder. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Corinth police officer shot with his own gun by black male
black shooterKevin Parker Jr.CORINTH, MS – Law enforcement officials across Northeast Mississippi are searching for the suspect who shot a Corinth Police officer early Wednesday morning. “We’ve got an army of people up here looking for the suspect,” said Corinth Police Chief Ralph Dance. “In addition to us and the Alcorn County Sheriff’s Office, we have the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Marshals Service. “The officer is OK and in the hospital in Tupelo. He was shot in the chest, and the vest protected him. The second shot was in the shoulders. The doctors don’t think it hit any bones, and he should recover fine.” According to Dance, officer Kevin Parker Jr. and other officers responded to a prowler call around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday on Bell School Road. The officers did not find anyone in the area at that time. “The lady who called in the prowler report is blind, so Parker, being the good officer he is, went back around 4:40 a.m. just to make sure nobody was trying to get in her house,” Dance said. The officer spotted a 5-foot-9 black male weighing around 250 pounds wearing dark clothes and carrying a backpack. “The officer ‘blue lighted’ the suspect,” Dance said. “Parker stopped, got out and asked the man what he was doing. “At that point, the guy turned and ran at the officer. The officer had his gun out and in his hand. They struggled, and the suspect turned the officer’s hand and pulled the trigger twice. The officer never lost his weapon.” After the shots were fired, the suspect fled and the officer called for assistance by radio. Parker was flown by helicopter to Tupelo where he is listed in stable condition at North Mississippi Medical Center. - (Black-on-white)

    Second suspect charged with murder of Susan McDonald
Susan McDonaldAndre BowenAnthony OlivoCORDOVA, TN - Andre Bowen, 36, is the second man charged with first-degree murder in the death of Susan McDonald. McDonald was shot and killed August 1 outside of a friend's home in the 8400 block of Bazemore Road in Cordova. Anthony Olivo, 36, is also charged with killing McDonald. He is currently being held without bond. After charging Olivo, police learned that a second man may have been involved in the murder. Monday they identified that man as Bowen. Bowen has a criminal history dating back to 1997. He was also convicted of second-degree murder for a shooting that happened in 2005. He went to prison in 2008 for that murder, but was free a few years later. He's also been charged with aggravated burglary, theft of property, drug charges, and reckless driving. Police said Bowen admitted that he and another person were committing a theft when McDonald was killed. - (Black-on-white)

    Police: (White) Man who shot (black) burglar charged with voluntary manslaughter
Marcus GloverTerry TartDavid HillisAKRON, Ohio — Police have charged an Akron man with voluntary manslaughter after he allegedly shot and killed a home invasion suspect earlier this month. David Hillis, 21, of Hilbish Avenue, was arraigned Monday morning in Akron Municipal Court and then booked into Summit County Jail. He’s accused of shooting and killing burglary suspect Marcus Glover, 25, of Akron, on Aug. 7. A second burglary suspect, who police say was with Glover, has also been arrested. Terry Tart, 37, of Akron, faces charges of aggravated burglary and murder. Police say Glover and Tart forced their way into Hillis’ home and threatened Hillis at gunpoint. Hillis then pulled a gun, and fired shots as Glover and Tart were running away, police say. Glover was killed. - (Black-on-white)
  • Homeowner charged in fatal Akron home invasion shooting
    Hillis's father, Michael Hillis is furious that his son was charged and insists David was protecting himself in the heat of the moment. "David was in fear for his life. These guys could have come back at any given time for the next six months when he was sleeping in the house," Michael Hillis said. "When your life is threatened or you feel that others have threatened you, you have every right to defend yourself."

    New Bedford murder suspect held without bail
Jeffrey Sylvia JrDarian CardozaNEW BEDFORD, Mass. — A New Bedford teen accused of murder was ordered held without bail Monday, District Attorney Thomas Quinn announced. Darian Cardoza, 17, of New Bedford, is charged with murder, armed robbery, and illegal possession of a firearm, according to Quinn. Cardoza is accused of murdering 24-year-old Jeffrey Sylvia Jr. Police said the New Bedford Shot Spotter detection system notified officers that shots were fired near the intersection of Acushnet Avenue and Blackmer Street around 1:30 a.m. on August 2. When officers arrived at the scene, they found Sylvia lying in the street, according to police. He was declared dead at the scene. According to the DA, Cardoza was arrested at his home on Thursday night by State Police and local detectives. - (Black-on-white)
  • Mother asks for help in solving son's murder - Aug 03, 2015
    “He was a hard-working kid,” another man said. “(He) never really bothered nobody. He was a good dude. He was a good dude. He didn’t deserve what happened to him.”

    Second homeless black charged in Fayetteville homicide of homeless White man
Guy Harold Harris IIIDarrell Edward JohnsonLinwood Scott BoahanFayetteville, N.C. — Police have arrested a second man in the beating death of a homeless Fayetteville man a week ago. Guy Harold Harris III, 51, was charged with first-degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon. Harris, who also is listed as being homeless, was being held without bond in the Cumberland County jail. Passersby discovered the body of Linwood Scott Boahan, 60, in a parking lot in the 300 block of Ray Avenue last Sunday morning. Police said Boahan, who was 60 years old and homeless, appears to have died of blunt force trauma. Darrell Edward Johnson, 36, who also is listed as being homeless, was charged last week with first-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon in Boahan's death. - (Black-on-white)

    Suspect arrested in June attempted murder, robbery at Subway
Erin WareLAS VEGAS -- With the help of the FBI, Metro has arrested a 25-year-old man in connection with a June attempted murder and robbery at a Subway in the southeast valley. Erin Ware was taken into custody Monday in Reno and was transported to Las Vegas and booked into the Clark County Detention Center on Friday. The charges include attempted murder with a deadly weapon, two counts of robbery with a deadly weapon, burglary with possession of a firearm and battery with intent to commit robbery. The alleged crimes were committed about 2:30 p.m. on June 10 at a Subway in the 8900 block of S. Maryland Parkway. A (White) woman employee at the store was found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to the face and body as a result of the robbery. - (Black-on-white)

    Man Gets Life in Murders of Pregnant Woman, Unborn Child in South Philly
Aaron FitzpatrickTiffany GillespieA man has been convicted of first- and third-degree murder in the shooting death of his pregnant girlfriend in the basement of her south Philadelphia home more than three years ago. Jurors returned the verdict Friday on their fourth day of deliberations in the case against 22-year-old Aaron Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick was convicted of first-degree murder in the February 2012 slaying of 24-year-old Tiffany Gillespie and third-degree murder in the death of her unborn child. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the defendant frowned and shook his head from side to side after hearing the verdict, but declined to speak. The judge immediately imposed concurrent life prison terms without possibility of parole. - (Black-on-white)

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    More charges filed in June slaying of White man by 3 blacks
Maurice Anthony Williams JrKadarius Kipree FerrellEvin Javahn ShawBennie Wesley SigmonMore criminal charges have been filed in the June 4 shooting death of Bennie Wesley Sigmon, 48, of Danville. Police announced Tuesday that they had secured petitions for felony homicide, breaking and entering, and petit larceny against two teens — both were 17 years old at the time of the incident. Charged are: » Maurice Anthony Williams Jr., 17, of Danville was arrested without incident and is currently being held at the W.W. Moore Jr. Juvenile Detention Home. » Kadarius Kipree Ferrell, now 18, of Danville was arrested without incident and is currently being held in the Danville City Jail under no bond. “Pursuant to Virginia State Code 16.1-301, the following juvenile arrest information is being released for this particular incident due to the seriousness of the offense and age of the defendants at the time of the offense,” the release stated. Williams and Ferrell were with Evin Javahn Shaw — and in the act of committing a burglary on Rocklawn Place, the street where Sigmon lived. Shaw has previously been charged with first-degree murder on June 9; according to court documents, he has already confessed to the shooting. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Woman Charged With Murder (of White Woman) In Deadly Hit-And-Run
Alzada Elyse Dolencic Onika FieldsWAYNE – Murder charges have been filed against a woman involved in a deadly hit-and-run accident in Wayne. Onika Fields was arraigned Friday in 29th District Court on charges of second degree murder and driving while license suspended causing death. She pleaded not guilty to the charges and was ordered held. Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said cars can be a murder weapon, just like a gun or knife. “The alleged defendant’s conduct in this case was dangerous to everyone who was on Wayne County roads” said Worthy. The incident began when Fields, who was driving even though her license is suspended, allegedly ran a red light and crashed into another vehicle. After the collision, police say Fields continued driving westbound. She allegedly ran another red light striking two vehicles — one driven by a 67-year-old Romulus woman who had to be cut out of her car with the Jaws of Life. That woman, identified in reports as Alzada Dolencic, was airlifted to the hospital where she was pronounced dead. - (Black-on-white)

    (Promiscuous miscegenous black) Murder suspect's (white) ex-girlfriends testify
Norman ClarkZekeBrittany Eldridgeone of many white women screwed by Norman ClarkTory HurstKNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- On the fourth day in court for Norman Clark, the jury heard from several of Clark's ex-girlfriends. Clark is accused of killing his estranged girlfriend, Brittany Eldridge and her unborn son, Zeke. Eldridge was found in her Knoxville apartment, laying in a pool of blood in December 2011. DNA evidence does prove that Clark was the father of Eldridge's baby. The judge had to dismiss the jury and tell the two to behave. Tory Hurst, one of Clark's ex-girlfriends, worked with both Clark and Eldridge. She admitted she was having a sexual relationship with Clark during Eldridge's pregnancy. She said Clark accused Eldridge of saying bad things about him, claiming the child was his and ruining his life. Hurst said Clark denied the child was his. She said Eldridge compared her relationship with Clark similar to the one in the movie "Knocked Up." One woman dated Clark on and off for nine years. The only child she says she knew about was a daughter Clark had a few years ago. She said she didn't have a completely exclusive relationship with Clark. - (Black-on-white)

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    Murder charges for (black) man accused of killing (white) woman in Murfreesboro
Brandon Richmond BowlingHeather MaplesMURFREESBORO, TN - Murfreesboro police have charged Brandon Richmond Bowling, 22, with first degree murder in connection to the death of Heather Maples. Bowling, who is listed as a resident of Bradyville Pike in Murfreesboro, was booked into the Rutherford County jail just before 3 a.m. Saturday. The arrest comes a week after Maples' body was found in her apartment on Brown Drive. Police have not said how the 22-year-old woman died. According to police, Maples visited at least two bars the night that she was killed. - (Black-on-white)
  • Murfreesboro Man Arrested In Death Of Heather Maples
    MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – An arrest has been made in the homicide case of a 22-year-old woman who was found dead in her Murfreesboro apartment. A warrant was issued for 22-year-old Brandon Richmond Bowling in the murder of Heather Maples. Bowling was taken into custody and booked into the Rutherford County Jail around 3 a.m. Saturday. He was formally charged with first degree murder. Maples’s body was found at The Cove Apartments by a friend after she failed to show up for work at the front office of the complex. Investigators said they believe she was at Gentleman Jim's Bar on Greenland Drive from 10:00 p.m. until midnight the night before. From there, Maples went to The Handlebar on East Main Street until 12:45 a.m. and then went back to Gentleman Jim's. Around 2:00a.m., she returned to her apartment on Brown Drive. Detectives said it was not a random crime and that she knew her attacker. It was not clear how she knew Bowling. She had recently moved to the area from Texas.
  • Murfreesboro PD seeking information about 22-year-old homicide victim - Aug 10, 2015
    The victim and suspect likely knew each other. “We just know they weren’t total strangers.” “This wasn’t just a random act of violence. We believe there was a type of relationship. To what extent, we are still investigating.”

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    (Black ex-con) Arrested For (White ex-girlfriend's) Murder
Renese BramlettMichelle SpenceTULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police have made an arrest in the death of a Tulsa woman. Homicide detectives said a man is in custody in connection to the death of a mother at the Stonecrest Apartment back in March. Renese Bramlett is a suspect in the death of 34-year-old Michelle Spence. Bramlett, 45, fled to Illinois and was arrested there. Spence was found dead inside her SUV on March 20 at the apartments at 41st and 129th East Avenue. Her two sons, ages 10 and 14, discovered her body. Police say they first grew interested in Bramlett as a suspect because as he was the last person to Spence alive. Bramlett was arrested just outside Chicago and is being held in the Tulsa County Jail without bond on complaints including first-degree murder. - (Black-on-white)
  • Man charged in March strangulation of Tulsa woman arrested in Illinois
    Police said they considered Bramlett to be the suspect all along. He had a previous relationship with Michelle Lynn Spence, and after interviewing him in Illinois, Tulsa police felt there was enough evidence to make an arrest, Walker said. He has previous convictions in 2003 for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and domestic assault and battery. He served nearly four years in prison before being released in 2007.

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    Police: (Black) Teen accidentally shot (white) friend in head
Christopher WatleyJoshua Wilson and black buddyJoshua WilsonA 19-year-old man is dead and his 18-year-old friend is in jail after an accidental shooting in Springfield Township on Wednesday. Police said Christopher Watley, 18, was "playing around" with a .32-caliber revolver when the gun fired and a bullet struck Joshua Wilson, 19, in the head, according to court records. Watley and Wilson were sitting in Wilson's home in the 1300 block of Woodland Avenue watching television around 3:15 p.m. when the shot was fired, police said. Wilson was taken to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead. Watley and Wilson had been friends since their early teen years and Watley had been staying with the Wilson family for a few days before the incident, police said. Now, Watley, of Springfield Township, faces a third-degree felony reckless homicide charge related to the death. - (Black-on-white)

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    (Black) Man arrested in 2005 Phoenix saloon murder (of White man)
Jerrold Micah BurnettChad CassidyA man was arrested Wednesday in a murder that occurred a decade ago, authorities say. The man, Jerrold Micah Burnett, 39, was arrested on one count of armed robbery and one count of first-degree murder stemming from an incident that occurred July 1, 2005, court documents say. Police say Burnett shot 29-year-old Chad Cassidy outside Wild Bill's Saloon in Phoenix. Cassidy and a friend, identified as Henry Hiter, were leaving the saloon when they were approached by two armed men. After the armed men demanded money, Cassidy was shot, but Hiter was able to get away, police say. When police arrived on scene, they found Cassidy dead in the parking lot. He suffered a gunshot wound to the head. Police say they found DNA on a cigarette butt at the scene and matched the DNA to Burnett. Police say the DNA was also connected to a July 25, 2005, robbery and murder case out of Mesa, in which a man was found dead of a gunshot wound in a motel parking lot. Burnett served 3.5 years in prison for a 2006 aggravated assault and 1.5 years in a 2001 drug case, court documents say. - (Black-on-white)

    Second (black) arrested in Powder Springs double homicide (of White couple)
3 year old daughter of victimsAnthony Costner and Catherine CostnerDemarco ThomasRoy HicksPOWDER SPRINGS, GA - Powder Springs police have arrested a second suspect in connection to the double homicide in which two people were found inside a vehicle, shot to death in front of their 3-year-old girl. Demarco Thomas, 22, was arrested Friday for the death of Anthony Costner and Catherine Costner. He will be housed at the Cobb County Adult Detention Center. He has been charged with conspiracy to commit a violation of the Georgia Controlled Substance Act, concealing the death of another, and hindering the apprehension of a felon. Roy Hicks, 39, was arrested by the U.S. Marshals August 8 and charged with murder, aggravated possession of a firearm by a felon, and cruelty to a child. Anthony Costner was pronounced dead at the scene. Catherine Costner later died at an area hospital. Their vehicle was spotted in a ditch by passersby near the intersection of Sharon and Parks drives in Powder Springs. Their 3-year-old daughter was also in the car at the time of the shooting but she was unharmed. Powder Springs police believe the shooting was not a random attack. - (Black-on-white)
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks.

    'Today I Die': (Black) Bloods Gang Member Who Shot (White) Firefighter Is Dead After 6-Hour Standoff
James HayesGarland TyreeThe high-ranking member of the Bloods street gang who shot a firefighter in a Staten Island home Friday died in a gunfight with police following a tense six-hour standoff that had an NYPD helicopter flying down to Delaware, law enforcement officials said. Garland Tyree, 38, was found dead in the home on Destiny Court in Mariners Harbor after a shootout at about 11:45 a.m., police said. Police officials said that his death came sometime after he ascended the stairs from his girlfriend's basement apartment and opened fire with a fully automatic AK-47 assault rifle. Tactical police squads returned fire, but it wasn't entirely clear if Tyree was killed by officers' bullets or if he took his own life. A 6 a.m. post on Tyree's Facebook page included the message "Today I die." Police said writings about gang activity were also on the Facebook page. yree, a member of the Nine Trey Gangsters chapter of the Bloods, had been barricaded in the home since about 6 a.m., when he shot FDNY Lt. Jim Hayes, who had responded to the residence after U.S. Marshals tried to execute a parole violation warrant for the convicted felon. - (Black-on-white)

    Connecticut court bars execution of 11 (mostly black) death row inmates
HARTFORD, Conn. — Three years after Connecticut abolished the death penalty for any future crimes, the state's highest court on Thursday spared the lives of all 11 men who were already on death row when the law took effect, saying it would be unconstitutional to execute them. A look at the inmates on Connecticut's death row:
    Lazale AshbyLazale Ashby: Condemned to death in 2008 for the 2002 rape and murdered of his neighbor, 21-year-old Elizabeth Garcia, in her Hartford apartment, and was subsequently convicted of the crimes.
    Jessie Campbell IIIJessie Campbell III: Convicted and sentenced to death for the shooting deaths of 20-year-old LaTaysha Logan and 18-year-old Desiree Privette; and the shooting of Privette's aunt, Carolyn Privette in Hartford in 2000.
    Sedrick "Ricky" CobbJulia AsheSedrick "Ricky" Cobb: A former delivery man from Naugatuck, was convicted of capital felony, kidnapping, murder, sexual assault and robbery in the Dec. 16, 1989, attack on 23-year-old Julia Ashe of Watertown. Connecticut psycho, posing as good Samaritan, rapes and murders college student days before Christmas in 1989 Cobb flattened one tire of her car using a valve stem remover and, when she returned, offered to help her change the tire. When he asked her for a ride to his car, she obliged. He then forced her at knifepoint to drive to a secluded road and raped her. He then bound and gagged her with fiberglass tape and carried her to a concrete dam. He pushed her and she fell 23 feet into the shallow, icy water below. She managed to free her hands by rubbing the tape across wire mesh protruding from the concrete and gouged her face trying in vain to remove the tape across her mouth. When she tried to crawl up the bank to freedom Cobb forced her, face down, back into the water. Her ice-encrusted body was found Christmas Day. - (Black-on-white)
    Russell PeelerRussell Peeler: Convicted and sentenced to death for ordering the murder of Karen Clarke and her eight-year-old son, Leroy "B.J." Brown Jr., in their Bridgeport, Conn. home in 1999.
    Richard ReynoldsWalter T. Williams, IIIRichard Reynolds: The Brooklyn, N.Y., crack dealer was convicted in the Dec. 18, 1992, murder of Waterbury police Officer Walter T. Williams. When Reynolds determined that Patrolman Williams was in fact wearing body armor, Reynolds produced a Bersa .380 caliber pistol and shot Patrolman Williams behind his right ear. - (Black-on-white)
    Daniel WebbDiane Gail GellenbeckDaniel Webb: Convicted of kidnapping and murder for the 1989 slaying in Hartford of Diane Gellenbeck, a 37-year-old Connecticut National Bank vice president. Webb kidnapped Gellenbeck from a downtown Hartford parking garage on August 24, 1989. He drove her to Keney Park attempted to rape her, and then shot her five times when she broke free and tried to run. Witnesses testified that the last shots were fired at close range as Gellenbeck crawled across the grass. Webb fired the final shot point-blank into her face." - (Black-on-white)

    'Ridiculous' cable bill dispute leads to prison time for shooting cop
Marvin Edward Ware Officer Andrea CarlsonGRAND BLANC TWP, MI -- An elderly man may end up serving the remainder of his life behind bars after what the judge called a "ridiculous" argument over an unpaid cable bill that resulted in him shooting a police officer. Marvin Edward Ware was sentenced Tuesday, Aug. 11, by Genesee Circuit Judge Joseph J. Farah to nine years and 10 months to 20 years in prison after he pleaded no contest to assault with attempt to murder for shooting a Grand Blanc Township police officer who responded to his home for a domestic dispute Officer Andrea Carlson was shot June 17, 2013, when she responded to Ware's Georgetown Road home after Ware attacked his wife for failing to pay the cable bill. - (Black-on-white)

    Suspects in (black-on-White) Applebee's attack surrender
Daryon S. Jones, Jr. and Eric L. DavisWhite victimWinter Haven, Florida -- Two men surrendered on Wednesday as they were being sought in connection with the beating of another man Tuesday morning at an Applebee's. Daryon S. Jones, Jr. and Eric L. Davis were identified by a tip received through Heartland Crime Stoppers. This tip confirmed the identities of Jones and Davis after credit card information was obtained through Applebees. They surrendered in Bartow and are facing misdemeanor battery charges. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Former deputy charged in hit & run death of (white former) girlfriend
Brian KnightAshley WassilchalkA former deputy sheriff has been charged with hitting his former girlfriend with a vehicle, killing her. Wilson police say the hit and run happened around 3:00 a.m. Sunday in the 2600 block of Airport Boulevard. Ashley Wassilchalk, a mother of two boys, was killed in the crash. Police say Brian Knight has been charged with felony death by motor vehicle, involuntary manslaughter, felony hit and run, and DWI. The 27-year-old Knight was a deputy for the Halifax County Sheriff's Office, but resigned earlier this year. Police say an autopsy on the victim and a search warrant on the man's vehicle is being conducted today. Police have not said how they tied Knight to the woman's death. Knight has since been released from jail, while Wassilchalk's funeral will be at 2:00 p.m Thursday at Joyner's Funeral Home in Wilson. - (Black-on-white)

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    (Black) San Bernardino Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Murder (of White Man)
Travon JenkinsMario GeomettiSAN BERNARDINO — A San Bernardino man remained in custody on Tuesday for allegedly killing a 62-year-old man during an altercation. According to the San Bernardino Police Department, 26-year-old Travon Jenkins was arrested on July 27 for assault with a deadly weapon. Just after 4 p.m. on July 26, officers were sent to the 1500 block of East Highland Avenue for report of a possible strong arm robbery that had just occurred. Upon their arrival, authorities learned an altercation occurred between Jenkins and another man, who was later identified as Mario Geometti, of San Bernardino. A preliminary investigation revealed Geometti fell as a result of the altercation, and struck his head on a cement curb. Paramedics transported him to a hospital where he was admitted in critical condition. Geometti was then transferred to another medical facility for hospice care. Hospice officials said he passed away on Monday. - (Black-on-white)

    Fayetteville police ID dead homeless White man found in parking lot, arrest homeless black man
Darrell Edward JohnsonLinwood Scott BoahanFayetteville, N.C. — Fayetteville police late Monday afternoon identified the man found dead in a Ray Avenue parking lot as Linwood Scott Boahan and arrested Darrell Edward Johnson on a charge of first-degree murder. Passersby discovered Boahan's body about 9:40 a.m. Sunday in the 300 block of Ray Avenue. Police said Boahan, who was 60 years old and homeless, appears to have died of blunt force trauma. Police used surveillance video from the Dream Center off Ray Avenue to investigate the crime. In video recorded at about 3:30 Sunday morning, a man, shirtless and with his face covered, can be seen walking around the parking lot, carrying what police called "some type of masonry block." Johnson, 36, who is also homeless, was charged Monday with first-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon. He was being held at the Cumberland County Detention Center without bond. - (Black-on-white)

    Second suspect named in slaying of elderly woman
Timothy ColemanMargarita BalandovaMary LuebeckThe husband of a woman facing felony murder, robbery and home invasion charges in the slaying of an elderly Las Vegas neighbor will also face prosecution in the case, a chief deputy district attorney said Tuesday. Timothy Coleman is jailed in an unrelated felony vehicle vandalism case, and prosecutor David Stanton told a judge that he'll seek an indictment against Coleman in the slaying of 84-year-old Mary Luebeck. Stanton spoke before Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa postponed until Wednesday an initial court appearance for Coleman's wife, Margarita Balandova, to determine if Clark County public defenders can represent her. Luebeck was stabbed to death early July 29, and items including a purse, credit cards, jewelry and cash were stolen from her home near Desert Inn Road and Decatur Boulevard. Outside court, Stanton said Tuesday the brazen smash-and-entry through a glass back door and the bloody stabbing of an elderly grandmother in the head, neck and chest could qualify the case for the death penalty. Balandova's fingerprints were found on vertical blinds near where Luebeck's daughter found her body surrounded by bloody footprints on the tile floor of her neatly kept home, Stanton said. - (Black-on-white)

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