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New Nation News - Black-on-White Crime
21  February 2018

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    ("live-in" white female) Spokane Valley native shot and killed by (black male) boyfriend in Florida
black suspectnigger loverSPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. – Police said a Spokane Valley native was shot and killed by her boyfriend outside her Florida apartment complex over the weekend. Friends of Amber Wohlers-Christensen said she was a well-known Zumba instructor in Spokane Valley. She had moved to Florida a couple of years ago.

According to Casselberry Police, Wohlers-Christensen and her (black) boyfriend, John Murray, 29, were arguing about their relationship. Police reports said she ran outside and asked a neighbor for their phone to call 911.  Police said Murray came outside and shot her three times. He was arrested shortly after without incident.   

Murray later told police he suspected Wohlers-Christensen of talking to her ex-boyfriend on the WhatsApp text messaging app. Murray said he got upset and starting punching things when he discovered she was talking to several other men on the app. Murray is booked in the Seminole County Jail without bond and charged with first degree murder. - (Black-on-white)

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    (White female) 911 Dispatcher Killed In Crash With (drunk black male) Pastor Driving Wrong Way
black suspectWhite victimMINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Today we’ve learned much more about the driver who was going the wrong way down a Twin Cities highway last night when he killed the driver of another car.  The wrong-way driver was a pastor of a church. The victim was a 911 dispatcher.

The State Patrol says 30-year-old Jenna Bixby was driving to work at the Minneapolis 911 Center around 8 last night when the crash happened. Investigators say a driver was going north in the southbound lane of 252 in Brooklyn Center. They say that driver is Richard Shaka, the pastor of a Northeast Minneapolis church — and they believe he had been drinking and driving.  He is now in critical condition at North Memorial.

State Patrol officers say when they got on a scene, they smelled alcohol coming from Richard Shaka’s body and they plan to seek a charge of criminal vehicular homicide.  - (Black-on-white)

    Kansas City police release photo of (black) 'person of interest' in gas station homicide (of White man)
black suspectWhite victimKANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Police are on scene of a fatal shooting outside a gas station at 2711 Indiana in Kansas City.  The shooting happened around 3:15 p.m.
The victim is only described as a white male in his 30s. He suffered multiple gunshots to his chest.
On Monday evening, Kansas City police released a photo of a person of interest in the case. If you have information, contact the homicide unit at 816-234-5043 or the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS (8477).
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    (black) Evansville man made threats before killing (white) wife, 2nd man
black suspecthad sex with black man(dead)EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) - Court documents say an Evansville man accused of shooting his wife and a second man had threatened to shoot the woman on multiple occasions.

They say 33-year-old Daniel Sears threatened to shoot and kill 31-year-old Maygen Sears by phone and text messages from Jan. 4 to 11. Police say Daniel Sears was found dead in his SUV at the Vanderburgh County 4H Center on Sunday after he allegedly shot and killed Maygen Sears and 41-year-old Richard Popp of Worthville, Kentucky. Popp was shot in a car.

Maygen Sears filed for a protection order against Daniel Sears in January and was granted a temporary 30-day order pending a hearing. That order expired Monday, the day the couple was set to appear in court. - (Black-on-white)

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    (Black) Murder suspect repeatedly slammed his white girlfriend victim's head into concrete
black suspecthad sex with black manWitnesses of a graphic homicide Friday night told investigators the suspect beat the victim's head into concrete in front of a neighbor's house.

Patrick Miles Smith, 49, has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of his girlfriend, Mary Ellen Williams, on Friday night.

The Escambia County Sheriff's Office arrest report says Smith refused to speak with the investigator once he was arrested, but neighbors claim they saw the assault that led to Williams' death.

Deputies found Williams lifeless at around 8 p.m. in the front yard of an Escambia County house, the address of which has been redacted from the arrest report. The witness said she grabbed a shovel and struck Smith with it to stop him from beating her friend, at which pointed he stood up and walked away, the report states.

The woman said she personally knows Smith and immediately identified him in a photo, according to the report.  - (Black-on-white)

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    (Black) Marquise Cromer sentenced in fatal shooting of (White) Detroit police Sgt. Kenneth Steil
black suspectWhite victimLying sack of excrement killer says God told him to do it
DETROIT - A man who pleaded no contest to the murder of a Detroit police sergeant was sentenced Thursday to 40 to 75 years in prison. Marquise Cromer, 21, was charged with the murder of Sgt. Kenneth Steil, who was shot in the shoulder while allegedly pursuing the suspect on September 12, 2016 and died five days later. He was 46. Steil was posthumously promoted to Captain. Cromer pleaded no contest Jan. 25 to second-degree murder, assault with intent to murder, carjacking and felony firearms violations. He was originally facing the following charges in three cases:  - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Murder suspect arrested in Columbus shooting (of White man)
black suspectWhite victimThe 20-year-old murder suspect wanted in the Jan. 29 shooting at Lumpkin Apartments was taken into custody on Wednesday, authorities said. Carl Bellamy Jr. faces one count of murder in the death of 28-year-old Matthew Grant. He was booked into the Muscogee County Jail for 9 a.m. Saturday hearing in Columbus Recorder's Court. Columbus police were called to Lumpkin Park Apartments at 3351 North Lumpkin Road around 2:50 a.m. Jan. 29 to investigate the shooting. They found Grant lying on the ground in the parking lot behind the building.  - (Black-on-white)

    That (black) Lowlife Was In Our House,’ Says (elderly white-and-black?) Couple Who Opened Fire On Home Intruder
black suspectWhite victimHEMET (CBSLA)  —  A Hemet couple in their 70s are bruised and battered but say they are alive because they were armed and not afraid to open fire on a man who broke into their home. KCAL9’s Tina Patel spoke to the couple about their ordeal and how they fought back. “I really wanted to hurt this guy, I really did,” says Jeff Sagmeister. And Sagmeister says he doesn’t feel bad about opening fire on the suspect. He says the man broke into his home early Tuesday morning.

The 71-year-old says a gun was the only way he could fight back against 27-year-old Dechawn Wallace. “That lowlife was in our house, and he shouldn’t be in here,” Sagmeister says, matter-of-factly. He said when he first saw Wallace in his home, he was too stunned to shoot. “We’re really fighting for the gun, and the only thing I thought to myself was if he takes this gun away from me, he was going to kill me.” Sagmeister said. The gun went off while they wrestled around. The bullet hit the wall behind the toilet.

Wallace tried to run out at that point, not realizing Mrs. Sagmeister was also armed. “When he came out, he nailed her in the face as hard as he could,” he said. The couple held their ground and both opened fire. “I shot him at least three or four more times in the chest area,” Sagmeister said. Wallace ended up getting away. But he was arrested when he showed up at a Moreno Valley Hospital for treatment of his gunshot wounds. Sagmeister is glad he was caught and is now telling the neighbors in his senior community that if they don’t want to become victims, they should consider arming themselves. “You just have to do it because you can’t let some creep come in here and wail on you,” Sagmeister says, “and take all your stuff.” - (Black-on-white)

  • Hemet couple shoot home invader from Moreno Valley after he assaults them, police say
    Two Hemet residents in their 70s fought back against a home-invasion robber, shooting him several times after he broke in and assaulted the couple, Hemet police said. Dechawn Wallace, 27, of Moreno Valley, was arrested on suspicion of a parole violation, home-invasion robbery, burglary, elder abuse and assault.
  • It appears from the video - that wife of the victim is black - unless her hands got extremely bruised

    (Three ugly black Women charged in deadly robbery - Three accused in November holdup; resident killed 1 (black) suspect
black suspectblack suspectWhite victimThree women have been formally charged with aggravated robbery by Miller County prosecutors in connection with a holdup in Genoa last year that cost a fourth co-defendant his life. Kiana Keshaun Montgomery, 21, Shaynesha Martin, 20, and Ke'Erica Turner, 20, were arrested several days after a Genoa, Ark., homeowner shot and killed 19-year-old Shemar Davion Harris during a robbery. The 81-year-old Genoa man told investigators that he was prompted to routinely arm himself after being the target of six robberies in the 10 months prior to the Nov. 2 shooting. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man arrested for allegedly killing (white) wife in east Columbus
black suspectWhite victimCOLUMBUS (WCMH) — The Columbus Division of Police says a 39-year-old man has been arrested after a domestic violence situation turned deadly. SWAT officers were in a standoff with Keith McCauley II for several hours on Chinaberry Drive Thursday. McCauley is accused of killing his wife Lucille McCauley, 39. Police say they found Lucille in front of the home at 4:27pm Thursday with serious injuries. She was transported to Mount Carmel East, where she succumbed to her injuries at 5:06pm. - (Black-on-white)

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    Chicago Police Cmdr. Paul Bauer fatally shot by (black) felon in body armor
White victimnigger A repeat felon with a decades-long rap sheet was charged Wednesday with first-degree murder of a police officer in the fatal shooting of Cmdr. Paul Bauer Shomari Legghette, 44, is also charged with aggravated use of a weapon by a felon and drug possession, officials say. Legghette is accused of shooting Bauer multiple times in a stairwell at about 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Thompson Center. Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said at a news conference that Bauer was “executed.” “He didn’t turn the other way and let somebody worry about it,” Johnson said of the hero cop. Paul Bauer, the commander of the Near North District, was shot multiple times at about 2 p.m. and taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.v - (Black-on-white)

    Police release photo of (black) suspect in death of two (White) Westerville Police officers
White victimWhite victimnigger cop-killernigger cop-killerWESTERVILLE, OH (WCMH/AP) — The Westerville Division of Police has identified the suspect in the shooting death of two police officers as 30-year-old Quentin Lamar Smith. Westerville Police Chief Joe Morbitzer said officer Eric Joering, 39, died at the scene and his colleague, Anthony Morelli, 54, died at a local hospital.

Morbitzer said the officers were responding to a “potential domestic situation.” A neighbor who heard the gunfire said it happened at a home where the occupants were “always arguing and fighting.”

“The officers gave their lives in defense of others,” Morbitzer said during a news conference, struggling to keep his emotions in check. He called them “true American heroes.” - (Black-on-white)

    (Black monster) 'Serial killer' convicted of 2008 Bywater murder now accused of killing 3 more (inc. White) New Orleans women
Joseph BrantWhite victimWhite victimWhite victimWhite victimA Texas prisoner’s confession to killing three New Orleans women may have solved a mystery from one of the city’s most violent eras. Under a deal that will spare him a death sentence,
, 48, confessed last week to killing three women in 11 months in 2007-08, Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro said Thursday. Cannizzaro's office dubbed Brant, who has already been sentenced to life in prison for killing a fourth woman in the same period, a serial killer. The news about Brant’s trail of death came as prosecutors obtained an indictment on three counts of first-degree murder against Brant, who is currently serving time on a burglary charge in a Texas prison. Prosecutors said they are seeking his immediate extradition to Louisiana. They believe he could plead guilty as soon as he is arraigned in a New Orleans court. Brant is accused of the October 2007 killing of an unknown woman, the January 2008 killing of Jody Johnson and the September 2008 killing of Kirsten Brydum. He pleaded guilty in 2016 to the August 2008 killing of yet another woman, Jessica Hawk.

Brant gave detailed confessions to killing the three women listed in the indictment in an interview with a District Attorney's Office investigator last week, prosecutors said.

"This confession and indictment are the first steps toward bringing long-delayed justice to this defendant’s victims and their families,” Cannizzaro said in a statement. "The expected guilty pleas and mandatory life sentences that will follow cannot bring back the loved ones, but hopefully can provide some degree of closure for these grieving families."
Brant's first killing came on Oct. 17, 2007, prosecutors said. Authorities said he has confessed to soliciting a prostitute for sex and then strangling her to death while attempting to rape her. He poured gasoline on her body and set it aflame inside a stolen car near Treasure and Arts streets in the St. Roch neighborhood, prosecutors said. The woman has never been identified. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Locust Grove officer backing up Henry County deputies murdered by worthless psycho blacktivist with traffic violations
black suspectWhite victimWhite victimWhite victimHENRY COUNTY, Ga. - It was a heartbreaking day in Locust Grove on Friday, as the first officer in the city’s 124-year history was killed in the line of duty while helping Henry County deputies serve an arrest warrant. Officer Chase Maddox, a nearly 5-year veteran of the force, had met up with two Henry County Deputies Michael D. Corley and Ralph Sidwell “Sid” Callaway at a home on St. Francis Court after receiving a call for backup. The deputies were trying to serve a warrant for failure to appear on an individual. Henry County Sheriff Keith McBayer said all three law enforcement officers were immediately rushed to an area hospital.
"We have two deputies that were shot and one Locust Grove police officer that was shot. The Locust Grove police officer died shortly afterward at the hospital," said Henry County Sheriff Keith McBayer.
The sheriff said Officer Maddox was struck in the head; the deputies were hit on their bodies. "I don't know what's going on in our country-- but all of a sudden, the boys in blue have targets on their backs," said a tearful Norris Howell, who knew Officer Maddox and attends church with his family.
Meanwhile, the man the three law enforcement officers were trying to take into custody was identified by the GBI as 39-year-old Tierra Guthrie, who was wanted for failure to appear in court regarding traffic violations. He was pronounced dead at the scene.  - (Black-on-white)

    Hattiesburg police arrest (black) suspect in Thursday homicide of a (White) woman
black suspectWhite victimHattiesburg police have arrested John Erskins Roberts Jr. in connection to the Thursday shooting death of a Hattiesburg woman. Capt. Branden McLemore said officers, following up on a lead, were called to East Third and Main streets on Friday where they found a man matching Roberts' description. He said they approached and arrested him without incident. Police had earlier issued an arrest warrant for Roberts for first-degree murder. According to police, he arrived at the 200 block of Unetta Street Thursday afternoon when an altercation occurred. Roberts allegedly discharged a weapon striking Hattiesburg resident, Jamie Pittman, 30, who later died at a local hospital. McLemore said officers were originally dispatched to the scene for a medical call. Upon arrival, police confirmed a female victim who had suffered a gunshot wound. Pittman's body will be sent to Jackson for an autopsy. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black hiphop celeb) Russell Simmons is sued for allegedly raping a (white female) documentary filmmaker in 2016
black suspectJennifer Jarosik alleges she first met the Def Jam founder in 2006 in NYC after they connected over a mutual “love and passion for meditation, yoga and a vegan diet.”  Jarosik claims that Simmons agreed to be interviewed for a documentary she was working on. ...in August 2016 was invited by Simmons to come to his Beverly Hills home.  She says upon arriving, Simmons bluntly asked if they could have sex, to which she says she replied “no.” Jarosik says Simmons “got aggressive” and pushed her onto his bed.  She claims while trying to keep Simmons away from her, he knocked her off his bed and she hit her head.  While still in “shock and fear,” Jarosik claims Simmons “pounced on her” and “proceeded to rape her.” - (Black-on-white)

    New details emerge in murder of (white woman) Rachael Anderson  - a (black) has been arrested
black suspect(COLUMBUS – Police have identifiWhite victimed a man they arrested in connection with the murder of 24-year-old Rachael Anderson. Police SWAT officers arrested 53-year-old Anthony Pardon Thursday in the Linden Area. He was arrested without incident, according to police. Emergency responders found Anderson dead on Monday, January 29, at around 3:20 p.m. at the 3000 block of Allegheny Avenue in east Columbus.
Police were called after Anderson had not shown up for work and could not be reached by phone.
On Jan. 20, police said they found Anderson's body concealed in a closet.
DNA evidence linked Pardon to the scene, according to police. Ponder stole Anderson's car to go shopping and to the casino. Police say Ponder is being held at the Franklin County Jail on a $5 million bond. - (Black-on-white)

    First look at the sullen and resentful black man charged in East Moline shooting that killed a (White) man of God
black suspectWhite victimThe East Moline Police Department released the mug shot of the man charged with first degree murder in connection with the shooting death of Jon Keener earlier this week. Police said the delayed release was "beneficial for our investigation regarding eyewitness interviews." EAST MOLINE EAST MOLINE -- Multiple agencies in the Quad Cities teamed up with the East Moline Police Department to peacefully end a standoff yesterday evening.  29-year old Willie Minor is charged with first-degree murder for the shooting death of 52-year-old Jon Keener of Cordova, Illinois. After the shooting, police were involved in a 4 1/2 hour standoff with five people inside a home near Kennedy Drive and 3rd Street. All five eventually surrendered. - (Black-on-white)

  • Father, brother and 'man of God' killed in shooting that led to standoff
    EAST MOLINE, Ill. (KWQC) - A family is in mourning after one man was shot and killed Tuesday in East Moline. According to police, 52-year-old Jon Keener of Muscatine was shot around 11 a.m. near the intersection of 3rd Street and 15th Avenue. Neighbor, Mike Caljkusich woke up to screaming and ran outside to see what was happening. "I was going to run and see if I could catch the guy but then I thought if he's got a gun and I don't then I better not do that."

    Once police arrived, Keener was taken to the hospital and was later pronounced dead. Meanwhile, police said the suspect, 29-year-old Willie Minor fled the scene and ran into a home south of 15th Avenue and Kennedy Drive. Officers from multiple agencies, including the SWAT team huddled near armored vehicles with guns drawn for hours working to get the occupants out of the home. Eventually, all five people came outside and were detained.

    Meantime, Keener's family is still processing what happened. His son, Zak said he was a "man of God."

    (White) Tempe fire captain shot, killed (by unprovoked EVIL black) in road ("rage") incident in Scottsdale
black suspectWhite victimScottsdale police Sunday evening arrested a 21-year-old man they say fatally shot a Tempe fire captain several hours earlier. Hezron Michri Parks faces second-degree murder charges in the death of 34-year-old Captain Kyle Brayer, police said.  Brayer was riding in the back of a golf cart with a few others in downtown Scottsdale about 2:30 a.m., heading south on Civic Center Plaza, according to Sgt. Ben Hoster, a Scottsdale police spokesman. Hoster said the group was approaching Stetson Drive when a man driving a red Scion TC coupe began driving behind the golf cart and bumping the rear of it. Brayer got off the cart and approached the Scion driver, later identified as Parks, Hoster said. Parks shot Brayer in the head with a .40-caliber handgun before fleeing east on Stetson and south on 75th Street, hitting other cars along the way, according to police and court records. Brayer was taken to a hospital, where he died. - (Black-on-white)

    3 blacks and defiled white woman arrested for murder of (White) couple in Robeson County
black suspectmud sharkblack suspectblack suspectWhite victimWhite victimDeputies arrested four people Wednesday in connection with a double murder in Robeson County, according to Robeson County Sheriff Ken Sealey. The following people were arrested:
Patrick Leon Gatlin, 31, of Lumberton is charged with: 2 counts of first degree murder, 2 counts of first degree kidnapping and 2 counts of felony conspiracy and possession of firearm by felon.
Tiffany Leann Smith, 22, of Lumberton is charged with: 2 counts of first degree murder, 2 counts of first degree kidnapping and 2 counts of felony conspiracy.
Juwon Montael Lewis, 24, of Lumberton is charged with: 2 counts of first degree murder, 2 counts of first degree kidnapping and 2 counts of felony conspiracy.
Anitriel Livia Ray,
37, of Lumberton is charged with: 2 counts of first degree murder, 2 counts of first degree kidnapping and 2 counts of felony conspiracy. - (Black-on-white)

  • Four charged in double-murder
    LUMBERTON — Four people were arrested Wednesday and charged with killing a man and a woman whose bodies were found Tuesday in a field south of Fairmont. The arrests were in connection with the deaths of Ashley Nicole Smith, 33, and Matthew “Matt” Steven McCray, 31, both of Lumberton. At about 2:15 p.m. Wednesday, multiple law enforcement agencies searched the Eagle Wood Mobile Home Park off N.C. 41 North, which led to the arrests. Sealey said more arrests are possible as the investigation is not done. The aunt of one of the victims said she is having a hard time believing her niece is gone forever. Ashley was in denial about her addiction but knew she wanted a more stable environment for her children. All three children, boys ages 12 and 14 and a 10-year-old girl, are being cared by their grandfather,

    Police Identify Fallen Richardson Officer & Accused Gunman
black suspectWhite victimWhite victimRICHARDSO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Police have released the name of the Richardson police officer who was killed along with a civilian on Wednesday evening. Officer David Sherrard was shot  after responding to a call about a disturbance at the Breckinridge Point Apartments, near Renner Road and North Star Road.During a morning news conference Richardson police Chief Jimmy Spivey said when officers arrived they found the injured civilian and began rendering aid. “In the course of their investigation they were led to an apartment where they made an entry and immediately encountered gunfire.” The Chief said Officer Sherrard fell back out of the apartment and was immediately helped by other officers.

After allegedly shooting Officer Sherrard, accused gunman Brandon De McCall barricaded himself inside one of the apartments for more than four hours. The wounded 37-year-old officer was rushed to Medical City Plano but died from his injuries. He had been shot in the neck. Chief Spivey said, “I can tell you that Officer Sherrard is a brave, tenured police officer who died in the service of his community.” Early Thursday morning police also identified the civilian victim killed as Rene Gamez. Police say the 30-year-old lived in the apartment where McCall held police at bay and that he knew the  accused gunman. The exact relationship between the two men, if any, isn’t known.

Last summer he was committed to a mental hospital for threatening to jump off a bridge and telling the arresting officers that he wanted to be taken to a doctor and “put to sleep permanently.” - (Black-on-white)

    Murder charge filed against (black home-invader) after (White) Gwinnett man dies from shooting
black suspectWhite victimA Snellville man now faces a murder charge after he shot and killed his neighbor during a home invasion, Gwinnett County police said.  Kyle Rubio’s family took him off life support and donated his organs Wednesday, according to a post on a GoFundMe page, just days after police say Brannon Walker shot him at the victim’s Loganville home.   “The lead detective has secured a warrant for felony murder against Walker.”  Walker, 35, claimed self-defense in the Sunday afternoon shooting, but Gwinnett police said the evidence determined that wasn’t the case. He also faces a charge of first-degree home invasion.  Family and friends who witnessed the shooting said that Walker was there to confront Rubio, 24, about a $200 debt the victim owed him.  “He was trying to kick the door down and Kyle heard it, so from what I hear, Kyle grabbed a baseball bat and the gun went off faster than he could swing,” Rubio’s sister Kyleigh said. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Kansas City mother takes action after 3 (black) armed robbers pistol-whipped her 
black suspectblack suspectblack suspectWhite victimRAYTOWN, MO (KCTV) - A Kansas City mother helped police track down the suspects who pistol whipped and robbed her and her son at gunpoint.  She found an online ad and hoped to buy clothing for her son but instead became the target of armed thieves. After the suspects took of with the mother's purse, Carrie called 911 and reported their location to police. They tried to run, but officers say they found them near 350 Highway and Raytown Road.  There, police arrested 27-year-old Christin Sirls and 17-year-old Markquinn Jones and Josie Jefferson.
Carrie came to apartments off Buckingham Lane in Raytown to meet a young man who had posted basketball shorts for sale online. That sale never happened and she said the three suspects ambushed her car from behind.

"They got the door open and when they did, I had one of them with a gun sticking it to the back of my head," she said.
A second suspect was pointing a gun at her son. "He ripped my door open," she said. "He hit me with an AR-15 in my mouth on the side of my face. He called me real nasty names and told me, 'give me everything you've got!'" Carrie says that suspect grabbed her wedding ring.
"He was ripping my ring off my finger," she said. "Which he got it off. When he got it off, that's when I bit him because that was my only defense." The suspect dropped the ring during the struggle, but took off with her purse. She followed the suspects, staying several hundred feet back and reported their every move while on the phone with police. "I wasn't letting them get away with what they did to me and my son," she said. - (Black-on-white)

    Prosecutors: (black) murder suspect butchered his (white) wife and also abused his 8-year-old stepson
black suspectNicole ElbertA Bloomington man was formally charged Wednesday with stabbing his wife to death this week during a fight at their home and abusing his 8-year-old stepson in two separate incidents last year. Monroe Elbert, 50, is charged with murder in the death of his wife, Nicole Elbert.  Monroe allegedly stabbed his wife to death with a butcher knife Monday afternoon as she packed her belongings and planned to leave their home at 610 N. McLean St., just east of downtown Bloomington. - (Black-on-white)

  • State: Elbert admitted stabbing wife over material on cellphone
    BLOOMINGTON — A Bloomington man admitted to stabbing his wife following a dispute over material on her cellphone, McLean County State's Attorney Jason Chambers said at a Wednesday hearing where the man's bond was set at $5 million. In his interview with police, Monroe Elbert also admitted to injuring his 8-year-old stepson during two incidents last year, said Chambers.
    Elbert, 50, is charged with four counts of murder in the death of Nicole Elbert, 30, and two counts of aggravated battery involving the boy..
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    (White) female toddler Thought To Have Died From ‘Blunt Force Abdominal Trauma’ - (black live-in boyfriend is suspect)
black suspectWhite victimFORT SMITH (KFSM) -- A man is facing charges in connection with the death of a 20-month-old girl after a medical examiner said he thinks the cause of death was "blunt force abdominal trauma," according to court documents. The manner of death is listed as homicide, the documents state. The motive has yet to be released.

Tyree La'Mont Williams, 25, is accused of first-degree murder charge in connection with the death of 20-month-old Kylah Mikel Woodard, according to police.

Williams was the live-in boyfriend.

He was arrested Wednesday (Jan. 31) on an unrelated warrant, but after speaking with investigators Thursday (Feb. 1), Williams faces first-degree murder. Williams reportedly told investigators he punched Kylah more than once in her stomach. He told them he has hit her during past occasions, the documents state. Investigators were dispatched to Sparks Regional Medical Center at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday (Jan. 30), regarding a couple entering the emergency room carrying a dead little girl, according to police. She died at the hospital about 30 minutes after arriving. There were "obvious signs of physical abuse... ," Prosecuting Attorney Dan Shue said.

Police said Kylah had bruises on her body.
"She was the center of everyone's life. Kylah was a wonderful, brilliant child and we are going to miss her terribly," said Grandmother Bobbie Jones and Great-Grandmother Diane Thomas. "She was our fourth generation in both families and we are all grieving for her. She was the joy of our lives."

The family also spoke about Kylah's biological father and mother. They said they are both relying on support from family to get through this tragic time. In Arkansas, first-degree murder is a Class Y felony, and Williams could face life in prison if convicted. He will be arraigned at 8:30 a.m. Feb. 7 at the Sebastian County Courthouse.

While being escorted by investigators to the Sebastian County Detention Center from the Fort Smith Police Department, Williams said he's "sorry". He is in the detention center without bond. A Go Fund Me account has been set up for the family for funeral costs for Kylah.
Pink shirts and car decals are also being sold to help the family. - (Black-on-white)

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    (Black) Alleged drug dealer now charged in shooting death of (White) 18-year-old Milwaukee man near 44th and North
black suspectWhite victimMILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Michael Spears, 41, of Milwaukee is now facing charges after allegedly shooting, killing 18-year-old Kole Jopek.

Spears is facing charges of First Degree Reckless Homicide and Possession of a Firearm by a Felon following the January 25 homicide near 44th and North.

Officers spoke with a witness who lives in the home where Jopek was killed. The witness told police that he has a cousin who arranges for him to purchase drugs from a supplier. The witness said he was contacted by his cousin about purchasing "lean" for $85.

The witness said his cousin showed up at his house along with the drug supplier who stated that he now wanted $20 per ounce of the drug. The witness said the drug supplier then produced a pistol and said: "You know what time it is!" before allegedly pushing Jopek against the wall. The witness said he heard gunfire and ran out of the home.

Police made contact with the cousin who said that he and the drug supplier, known as T.I. went to the home together to conduct the drug deal. The cousin told police that while inside the home, T.I. produced a semi-automatic pistol and fired at someone who was on the floor before chaos ensued inside the home. The cousin said he ran out of the home with T.I. in the same vehicle that they arrived in. The cousin told police that T.I. threatened to kill him and everyone he cares about if he went to police about the homicide.

An additional witness also told police that he saw a man walk over to Jopek before hearing multiple gunshots being fired.
Jopek was able to flee the home before he collapsed and died outside. Police were able to identify the alleged drug supplier T.I. as Michael Spears.  - (Black-on-white)

    Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

    2 dead in 'planned killing spree' across metro Detroit; (black) suspect in custody
black suspectWhite victimOAKLAND COUNTY, Mich. (WJBK) - A man is in police custody after two fatal shootings at a pair of businesses across metro Detroit Thursday morning.  The first fatal workplace shooting happened at a business in Taylor around 10:30 a.m., according to police there. The suspect walked into BSD Trucking with a semiautomatic weapon and started shooting. One man was struck and killed. Taylor Police then say the suspect held his gun to a truck driver's head, stole the semi and drove off. The second fatal shooting happened at a business in Pontiac just about an hour later.  Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard says one person was shot and killed at Aluminum Stamping Inc. The victim has been identified as 58-year-old Eriberto Perez.

Bouchard said this was "clearly, a planned killing spree." Authorities recovered an AK-47 from the vehicle, as well as "multiple, multiple" rounds of magazines, Bouchard said.

Taylor Police say the suspect was a former employee of BSD Trucking. Police say the suspect returned to the business once since being let go for a payroll dispute, and threatened the same employee with a gun. Taylor Police responded to that incident in November of 2017 and arrested the suspect, Vernest James Griffin. Griffin received multiple charges, including assault and weapons charges, and has been out since on bond. - (Black-on-white)

  • Sheriff: Two dead in 'planned killing spree' in Taylor, Pontiac
    TAYLOR, Mich. (WXYZ) - Police have arrested a suspect who allegedly shot and killed an employee at a business in Taylor, stole a semi and then shot and killed another person in Pontiac. It all started Thursday morning at a business in the 24400 block of Pennsylvania. Police say a man in his 40s who formerly worked at BSD Linehaul Michigan Inc. entered with a gun and shot a current employee. That person is identified as Keith Kitchen, 60.  The suspect then reportedly stole a semi out of the lot then reportedly drove that semi to another location in Pontiac and shot another person. That person was identified as 58-year-old Eriberto Perez. He was shot several times in the back by the 45-year-old Sterling Heights man. After leaving Pontiac, the suspect stopped and engaged with Waterford police officers in gunfire. He got back in the semi and got into an accident where he crashed into a car with two young women inside. 
  • Keith Kitchen, age 60
  • Eriberto Perez, age 5

    Occupied Italy: Black African Monster from Nigeria arrested for grisly suitcase murder of White Italian teen girl
black suspectWhite victimROME – "Innocent" Oseghale, a Nigerian national living in the city of Macerata, has been arrested in connection with the grisly murder of 18-year-old Pamela Mastropietro, whose remains were found in two suitcases. Mastropietro’s body had been cut into pieces, placed within two suitcases and dumped in the countryside near to the town of Pollenza, about 10 kilometres outside of Macerata.

 Carbinieri announced that they had recovered two crucial bits of evidence from a search of Oseghale’s house: bloodstained clothing belonging to the victim and a receipt from a nearby pharmacy detailing the victim’s purchase of a syringe.

 Investigators were led to Oseghale after a tip-off from a foreign citizen who reported having seen the Nigerian with two suitcases in the early hours of the morning near to the spot where they were discovered.

 Oseghale was interrogated overnight but investigators refused to rule out the involvement of other figures. The Provincial Commander of the Carabinieri for Macerata, Michele Roberti, told ANSA that “we are not excluding that points of the investigation might emerge that lead to the involvement of other people.”

 Mastropietro had voluntarily checked herself out of a drug rehabilitation clinic in nearby Corridonia on Jan 29. CCTV footage used by investigators established that she had been alive until at least the late morning of the following day, when she was last seen in Via Spalato, the same street that Oseghale lives on. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man charged with reckless homicide for I-294 crash and HIT-AND-RUN that killed (White) tollway worker
black suspectWhite victimAn Ohio man has been charged with reckless homicide for a hit-and-run crash that killed an Illinois Tollway worker last year on the Tri-State Tollway near south suburban Alsip.
Christian Andrew Davon Hannah was arrested Thursday for the crash that killed Tollway maintenance worker David Schwarz on Sept. 18, 2017, according to a statement from Illinois State Police. He was charged with a felony count of reckless homicide. Schwarz, 48, was picking up debris at 12:23 p.m. from an earlier crash along the right shoulder of southbound Interstate 294 near 127th Street when a semitrailer sideswiped him and his vehicle, according to the Illinois Tollway and the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office. Schwarz’s truck was parked on the shoulder with its emergency lights activated and a caution board sign was set up warning motorists to slow down at the time of the crash, state police said. Hannah, the driver and sole occupant of the semi, drove away after the crash. Witness statements and DNA evidence ultimately led to Hannah’s arrest, state police said. - (Black-on-white)

    (black) Man sentenced after beating, shooting (white) girlfriend, killing her, solicitor says
black suspectABBEVILLE COUNTY. S.C. — A man who has been charged with murder in the death of an Abbeville woman was sentenced to life in prison Friday, Solicitor David Stumbo said. After a weeklong trial, an Abbeville County jury returned guilty verdicts on an Iva man who killed his longtime girlfriend in Nov. 2016, Stumbo said. Charles Tillman, 48, was found guilty of murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, Stumbo said. A judge sentenced Tillman to life in prison, Stumbo said.
On Nov. 8, 2016, Tillman called 911 just after 6 p.m. to report that his girlfriend, Christie Lynn Stutler, 30, had apparently shot herself while he was at work, Stumbo said. After an investigation by the Abbeville County Sheriff's Office, investigators found that Tillman had beaten Stutler and eventually shot her with a .22-caliber rifle, Stumbo said. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS

    Black man fatally shoots (White) woman in fight over $10, Orange County deputies say
black suspectWhite victimORLANDO, Fla. - A fight over $10 escalated into a shooting that left a woman dead and a man injured Saturday night in Orlando, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office.

Witnesses told deputies that Kelly Darish, 50, was at her home on 23rd Street arguing with an unknown man about $10 when she asked Kenneth Russell, who was in the kitchen, to intervene, an arrest warrant said. Deputies said witnesses who were at the home heard gunshots and then saw a man, later identified as 39-year-old Darroll Bugg, run out of Darish's bedroom and into a maroon 1999 Dodge Ram van that had been parked outside the residence.

Darish then emerged from the bedroom bleeding profusely from a gunshot wound to her thigh, and Russell was found suffering from gunshot wounds to his right bicep and right leg, according to the report.

Both victims were taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center, where Darish died and Russell underwent surgery.

Based on information provided by witnesses, Bugg was identified as a suspect in the crime. Deputies said Darish called her estranged husband from Bugg's phone before her death and when deputies performed a background check after calling the number, they found that Bugg owned a 1999 Dodge Ram van identical to the one witnesses described. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Columbus man pleads guilty to fatally shooting (white) pregnant girlfriend - Oliver pleads guilty gets 15 years
black suspectCIRCLEVILLE — Tensions ran high for the family of Haven M. Foster after Pickaway County Common Pleas Court Judge P. Randall Knece sentenced Kenneth J. Oliver (aka Kenneth Jerome Oliver) to 15 years for the young pregnant woman’s death. When Foster’s mother stood to deliver her victim impact statement, the words she had prepared went unread. Instead, she said through tears, “He killed his (bastard mixed-race) son and my daughter,” before abruptly leaving the courtroom, followed by about a dozen family members. Criminal Bailiff Gary Whited addressed the stunned courtroom by stating, “Your honor, the family doesn’t wish to make an impact statement at this time.”
Kenneth Oliver was Foster’s boyfriend and the father of her unborn baby. She had been found shot at approximately 2:48 p.m. on May 19, 2017, - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS

  3 February 2018

    (Interracial) NC couple wanted in connection with beating of elderly (White) couples arrested in Myrtle Beach
black suspectWhite victimWhite victimWhite victimWhite victimMYRTLE BEACH, N.C. (WFMY) — “Rest easy tonight.” Those are the words Randolph County Sheriff Robert Graves gave his community after Jeremy Hayes and his girlfriend Kennedy Boggs were taken into custody in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on Tuesday night. Hayes is wanted in connection with several robberies and assaults, including assaults on two Triad elderly couples. The first attack happened last week at a home on Ingram Drive in Asheboro. An elderly couple was attacked in their home after opening their door to a man claiming to be with the water department. Hayes is believed to have attacked the couple who are both in their 80s. Emergency crews treated the couple for various injuries. Investigators believe Hayes’ girlfriend, Kennedy Boggs, is related to the victims.

Sunday, Graves confirmed they believed Hayes attacked again. This time it was a person working at a rest stop in Seagrove. The 21-year-old victim was robbed and beaten so badly that he needed 35 stitches and 42 staples.

Deputies say they think he committed another assault and robbery Saturday night of an elderly couple on the 5000 block of Old Randleman Road in Guilford County. McInnis said his grandparents received multiple stitches and staples for their injuries. His grandfather’s nose is broken and both of the victims are badly bruised.

In September, Jeremy Hayes was arrested for robbing an elderly man. - (Black-on-white)

    Charges: (black) Intruder stabbed sleeping (White) Duluth man more than a dozen times
black suspectWhite victimA 20-year-old Duluth man was asleep in his bed early Saturday when an intruder looking for a place to rest stabbed him more than a dozen times in order to prevent him from calling police, according to charges filed Tuesday.

Willie Davis Nicholson, 23, was arraigned on felony charges of attempted second-degree murder, first-degree assault and first-degree burglary in an incident the prosecutor called an “unprovoked, vicious assault on a complete stranger.” Nicholson allegedly admitted to police that he entered an apartment on the 4700 block of Grand Avenue shortly before 7 a.m. and stabbed the victim, Benjamin VanDell, up to 15 times. VanDell suffered serious, but not life-threatening, wounds to his head, torso, back and hands.

Nicholson allegedly admitted that he entered the residence looking for a place to sleep. Discovering VanDell in bed and hearing a phone ring, Nicholson told police he attacked the victim, with an intent to kill, out of fear of being caught, according to a criminal complaint. - (Black-on-white)

    (white) Valley woman shot by (black) husband three times shares survival story
White victimLAS VEGAS (FOX5) - A valley woman who was shot three times at the hands of her husband said he was thought she was cheating on him. “Oh, I felt my teeth break,” domestic violence survivor Shawneda Pennington said. “When the revolver hit my mouth, I felt my teeth break.” Police said Pennington was shot multiple times by her husband James Bumpus. He also shot her 15-year-old daughter. The shooting happened Saturday morning inside the couple’s condominium near Eastern and Silverado Ranch. “Under his hand he had a .22 revolver, I knew what it was because we had it in the gun safe,” Pennington said. Pennington said her husband fired that revolver and shot her in the mouth, neck and stomach. Bumpus then turned the gun on his 15-year-old step daughter, according to police. She was shot in the chin and chest. “She’s in intensive care,” Pennington said Monday. Bumpus was charged with two counts of attempted murder. Pennington and her husband Bumpus have been together for eight years and married for about a year and a half. Pennington said the abuse started three years ago. “This time he thought I was cheating on him,” Pennington said. “Any time I would go anywhere, be gone for more than 15 minutes he would go through my phone [because] 'I was cheating.'” The night before the shooting, Pennington said Bumpus showed up at her condominium and threatened to kill her. “I called police,” Pennington said. - (Black-on-white) Dangers of interracial dating

2 February 2018

    (Black) Man Accused Of Gunning Down (White) Deputy Formally Charged
black suspectWhite victimBRIGHTON, Colo. (CBS4)– The man accused of gunning down and killing an Adams County Sheriff’s deputy last week appeared in court on Wednesday morning. Adams County Sheriff’s Deputy Heath Gumm was shot and killed near 88th Avenue and Washington Street in Thornton on Jan. 24 while responding to an assault. Authorities arrested Dreion Dearing, 22, after the shooting. On Wednesday, he was formally charged with first-degree murder in the shooting and killing of Gumm. - (Black-on-white)

29 January 2018

    (black) arrested for Christmas murder of his white female 'domestic partner'
black suspectblack suspectPRINCETON — A Mercer County man was awaiting a bond hearing Friday before a circuit court judge after being charged with first-degree murder in the death of a Princeton woman whose body was found on Christmas Day. Roger Lee Lemons Jr., 46, of Princeton was being held at the Southern Regional Jail in Beaver when he was arrested, Detective C.C. Butler of the Princeton Police Department said. Lemons has been at the regional jail since Dec. 26, 2017 after being arrested and charged with violating a domestic violence petition. Lemons has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Angela Seal, 33, whose body was found Christmas Day when a family member went to her apartment at 415 Mercer Street to check on her. Butler could not discuss the cause of death, but said that the State Medical Examiner’s Office had determined that it was a homicide. Lemons and Seal knew each other, Butler said. “They had been "dating" a little over a month prior to the incident,” Butler stated. “She had gotten a domestic violence petition against him and we had to remove him from the apartment.” - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS

    (Black) Man threatens to kill (White) 4-year-old during violent robbery: 'He had no remorse'
black suspectblack suspectLOWELL, N.C. - A jaw-dropping violent robbery was caught on surveillance video inside a Lowell convenience store over the weekend and police are still looking for the suspect. A man brought his 4-year-old nephew to visit the boy's grandmother Sunday night at the Lowell Mini Mart on McAdenville Road where the woman works as a clerk. The man, who didn’t want to show his bloody face on camera, told Channel 9 that seconds before the attack, he looked into the robber’s eyes and felt something was wrong. “As soon as he walked in, I had an eerie feeling about the whole thing,” the victim said. The surveillance video shows the robber put the man in a chokehold and point the gun at the clerk while the 4-year-old boy watched, clutching a drink. Police said the gun may have been a pellet gun, but it seemed real when the suspect pistol-whipped the man in the head. The clerk, who also didn’t want to be identified, said the robber targeted the 4-year-old. “He aimed the gun at my grandson and said he would kill him,” the clerk said. The clerk grabbed her grandson and put herself between the child and the gunman. The gunman rushed her and hit her on the head. She said she told her grandson to run. “He had no remorse, no concern for anyone, anybody,” the clerk said. - (Black-on-white)

    Family waits 2 decades for Las Vegas cold case murder arrest
black suspectWhite victimAfter waiting more than two decades for an arrest in her older sister’s killing, Marie Ann Iverson Coker’s first instinct was to look up the suspect’s social media accounts.
“I have waited almost 21 years. I needed to see the last person she saw,” Coker said. “I needed to.”
Last week, Las Vegas detectives arrested Arthur Lee Sewall Jr., 51 — a former Metropolitan Police Department officer previously convicted of using his badge to threaten women for sexual favors — on charges of murder and sexual assault in Nadia Iverson’s cold case killing.
Police learned in early 2017 that Sewall’s DNA was found in Iverson’s rape kit. On May 8, 1997, four days after Iverson’s 20th birthday, Metro found Iverson’s body with a gunshot wound to her head inside a duplex under construction north of downtown Las Vegas. She had been in Las Vegas only a few months. - (Black-on-white)

  • Ex-Las Vegas police officer arrested in 1997 murder case
    More than 20 years after Nadia Iverson’s body was found at a construction site with a gunshot wound to the head, a former Las Vegas police officer previously convicted of abusing his badge has been charged with raping and killing her. The Metropolitan Police Department identified former officer Arthur Lee Sewall Jr., 51, as a suspect in her death. Iverson’s rape kit was sent for testing in March 2016, and police said it was discovered in February 2017 that Sewall’s DNA matched the DNA tested in her kit.

    Arrest made in fatal (black-on-White) shooting near UC
black suspectWhite victimCLIFTON, OH (FOX19) - A 40-year-old man was found shot to death in a parking lot near the University of Cincinnati early Saturday, Cincinnati police said. Officers responded to a parking lot behind businesses in the 200 block of West McMillan Street about 2 a.m. Kenneth Ridener, 40, was pronounced dead at the scene, which is about a block away from UC's campus. Police arrested Robert Williams, 28, and charged him with murder. The incident remains under investigation. Police are asking anyone with information to call Crimestoppers at 352-3040. - (Black-on-white)

    Three women punched, robbed in south St. Louis - (by two worthless cowardly criminal black thieves)
black suspectsWhite victimST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department is investigating three separate instances in south city in which the perpetrators punched and robbed women. In one instance, a suspect pointed a gun at an elderly victim. On January 14, two men approached an 87-year-old woman. One of the men pointed a gun at the woman and demanding her purse. She, too, was punched in the face. Then on January 22, police said a 37-year-old woman was getting out of her car in the 900 block of Eiler Street. She saw two strange men approaching her and attempted to run towards a church. The men managed to grab her, punch her in the face, and took her purse. - (Black-on-white)

    Vicious black jungle-beast fatherless feral black attacks White youth in McDonald's bathroom
black suspectWhite victimA disturbing video that shows a 15-year-old boy getting violently beaten inside a McDonald’s bathroom has left a South Florida mom in shock and disbelief over the senseless act. Video shows the (White) 15-year-old sophomore  at Wellington High getting pummelled continuously in the bathroom stall by a 17-year-old student. The victim’s mother said her son went to a McDonald’s in Wellington to order some food when the incident happened.

The 15-year-old covered his face and curled up into a ball as the 17-year-old unleashed punch after punch, causing the victim to fall to the ground. Another student who joined the attacker caught the whole incident on video. The footage was circulated around the school and the victim was left with bruises and other injuries. - (Black-on-white)

22 January 2018


The (black) suspected gunman in the slaying of (White) Deputy Heath Gumm has been identified

black suspectWhite victimas "Dreion Dearing". - (Black-on-white)

A manhunt was still underway for either two light-skinned black males
or two dark-skinned Hispanic males.

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If three white kids had gone hunting a random black, this would be the biggest story in the world for over a year.
As is, it’s just another “dog bites man story” and not even worth mentioning. - (Black-on-white)


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There are 20,000 black-on-white rapes every year in the US, but fewer than 100 white-on-black rapes.
George Williams Jr.Editor note: that works out to about 54 black on white rapes per day according to available statistics from 1999.
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