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  1. #1121
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozdoats View Post

    Sheriff: Fayetteville teen arrested after attacking girlfriend, decapitating puppy
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    By: WWAY News
    Submitted: 11/21/2017 - 7:48pm

    FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) – An 18-year-old Fayetteville man used a hatchet to decapitate a puppy during a domestic incident Nov. 17, Cumberland County Sheriff Ennis Wright said.

    A woman went to the hospital and complained of pains in her neck after she said she was choked by her boyfriend, 18-year-old Antonio Hollywood Campbell, the sheriff wrote.

    The woman told officials she was at her boyfriend’s house on Gillespie Street in Fayetteville when she became upset with Campbell. She went to the bathroom and called her mother for a ride.

    Campbell then began accusing his girlfriend of “talking to” other men and took her phone from her.

    Wright said Campbell pushed the woman face-down on a bed and sat her back. He then began to squeeze her neck.

    The woman wrestled herself away from Campbell, but he again grabbed her by the throat, the sheriff said.

    Campbell squeezed her neck so hard she could not breathe and lost her vision, Wright said.

    The sheriff also said the victim detailed an incident in which Campbell said “Well, if you ain’t gonna be with me, then I am going to kill the dog.”

    Campbell is accused of using a leash to swing the dog around in the air and also attaching the leash to a vehicle and dragging the animal, Wright said.

    Campell then placed the puppy between two cinder blocks and used a hatchet to decapitate the dog, according to authorities.

    Law enforcement executed a search warrant at Campbell’s home on Monday, and detectives located the cinder block, hatchet, and remains of the puppy.

    They also found a sawed off shotgun, the sheriff wrote.

    Campbell was charged with domestic violence felony strangulation for the assault on the woman, animal cruelty and possession of a weapon of mass destruction.

    A judge set Campbell’s bond at $137,500 secured.
    here's a NIGGER that needs a good lesson in instant karma
    “So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.” REV 3:16

    Raging Deplorable - we do NOT forget; we do NOT forgive; we are LEGION

  2. #1122
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lavender View Post
    Mean hearted vile haters.

    LOOK!!! you can see the deep regret in their eyes - the profound sorrow for their actions
    “So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.” REV 3:16

    Raging Deplorable - we do NOT forget; we do NOT forgive; we are LEGION

  3. #1123

    "He was viscously assaulted by a pack of youths," he said.
    How is that type of assault accomplished???

    Do those performing the assault use motor oil, syrup, lard???



  4. #1124
    Quote Originally Posted by vestige View Post
    How is that type of assault accomplished???
    It was all slow-motion, like Melanie and Ashley running to meet each other. Wonderful, really, except for blood and punching and stuff like that.

  5. #1125
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    Son accused of killing, dismembering father; Posted selfies to Facebook after murder

    November 28, 2017

    **WARNING: Story contains graphic details**

    CHICAGO — A 26-year-old man was charged after police said he brutally killed his 61-year-old father in the city’s Morgan Park neighborhood Saturday.

    Carlton Edmondson was arrested Saturday and faces a first-degree murder charge and violation of an order of protection, the Chicago Tribune reports. He is accused of killing and dismembering his father, Carl Edmondson on the 11500 block of South Bishop Street.

    Officers went to conduct a well-being check on the elder Edmondson. When officials arrived, they found his body in the basement with severe blunt force trauma to his head and other injuries.

    The Chicago Tribune said the man’s head had been smashed in and blood and brain matter were splattered on the floor and walls. The victim’s penis had been severed and police located a piece of it in the basement, according to a statement read in court. The man also suffered deep lacerations to his lower body.

    Officials also told the Tribune that the body smelled like gasoline.

    Edmondson posted photos to Facebook after the alleged murder happened. One of the photos appeared to show the victim’s battered head with the caption, “Yo bAudie is mA party #babhyhh.” The post has since been taken down.

    Another photo was posted on Saturday of Edmondson wearing what appeared to be a bloodstained jacket, according to the Chicago Tribune. There were also disturbing statuses that seemed to reference the homicide, the newspaper said.

    In court, the judge ordered Edmondson be be taken to a hospital to undergo a medical evaluation.

    The newspaper reported that Carl Edmondson had requested an order of protection against his son.

  6. #1126
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    Man stomped unconscious, robbed of wallet in downtown Minneapolis

    Nov 28 2017

    MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) - Police have arrested the man they believe robbed and beat another man Monday night in Minneapolis, leaving him in critical condition. The announcement came after authorities circulated images of the suspect to various social media platforms and media agencies, hoping someone with information on the crime would contact police.

    The robbery took place at 11:17 p.m. Monday night, with officers responding to a report of an assault downtown. They arrived to find a man unconscious near the Buzz Mart on North 5th Street.

    “It looks from the video that this suspect targeted this victim,” Officer Corey Schmidt of the Minneapolis Police Department told Fox 9. “Someone else walks out of the store just as the victim's getting ready to exit. So this other person walked out, walked right passed the suspect and nothing happened to him -- so it's very clear from the video that this suspect targeted this person.”

    The attack took just 30 seconds from beginning to end, leaving the 24-year-old victim unconscious. The victim was transported to Hennepin County Medical Center where he remains in critical condition..

    “The suspect punches the victim repeatedly, then stops and takes his wallet out of the pocket of the victim and then starts stomping on the victim's head,” Officer Schmidt said.

    Security from nearby businesses rushed to help, but the suspect got away. Minneapolis police shared images of the suspect on social media, leading to the identification and arrest of 29-year-old Terry Anthony Williams.

    Williams is being held on charges that include felony assault.

  7. #1127
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    Survivor to ex-boyfriend assailant: Do you feel like a man?

    Nov. 28, 2017

    Editor's note: This story contains graphic content.

    A man accused of using scissors to mutilate his ex-girlfriend's breasts was sentenced Tuesday to 45 years in prison, the maximum sentence possible.

    Tony Deval Ledbetter, 46, was arrested in October 2016 when he called 911 after he assaulted the woman, who was pregnant with his child during the assault. He admitted the assault to police but said it was in self-defense.

    The survivor gave a powerful, gruesomely detailed statement of what happened that night during Tuesday's court appearance in Lincoln County, and she shared how her injuries have affected her physically and emotionally.

    Man, 45, who CUT OFF his pregnant girlfriend's nipples with scissors pleads guilty to domestic assault

    -Tony Deval Ledbetter, 45, and his girlfriend were having an argument October 11, 2016 when he physically assaulted her and cut off her nipples with scissors

    -Ledbetter also blocked the woman's airway with his arm, stuffed a blanket in her mouth, and punched and slammed her to the ground in efforts to keep her quiet

    -He claimed during Friday's court hearing the violence was an act of 'self-defense' amidst the two-sided fiery domestic feud

    -Ledbetter faces a maximum sentence of 15 years for each count he was charged, while 'the state agreed to ask for no more than 30 years'

    -The woman, who was pregnant at the time of the assault, is said to be doing fine and the baby healthy. A GoFundMe page was set up for her by a friend

    A South Dakota man pleaded guilty Friday to eight counts of domestic assault after he cut off his girlfriend's nipples with a pair of scissors.

    Tony Deval Ledbetter, 45, and his companion were reportedly having a dispute about the state of their relationship the evening of October 11, 2016, when police say Lebnetter 'punched and slammed' the woman's head to the ground.

    Ledbetter attempted to stop her from screaming and alarming neighbors of the matter by cutting off her airway with his forearm.

    When that was unsuccessful, he took a blanket, stuffed it in the her mouth and sat on top of her, then proceeded to cut off her nipples with the scissors.

    The victim was able to escape the scene. When she departed the house, Ledbetter phoned 911, police spokesman Sam Clemens said.

    Ledbetter claimed during Friday's court hearing the violent act was one of 'self-defense' amidst the two-sided fiery feud.

    The woman, who was pregnant at the time of the assault, is said to be doing fine and the baby healthy.

    A friend of the victim created the GoFundMe page 'Woman Mutilated with Scissors,' to help spread the word on domestic abuse as well as aid in her nipple reconstruction surgery.

    'Due to the serious nature of this violence and pending legal action the victim's name will remain anonymous,' the post reads.

    'Please help financially support the woman who suffered this traumatic domestic violence... She is my best friend and my mentor, a hard-working employee, and single parent. She is pregnant with her abuser's child.

    'Funds are needed for her reconstructive surgery, medical bills, home/utilities, and child care. Thank you for your generous support!'

    So far, the fundraiser reached $10,220 of its goal of $250,000.

    Ledbetter faces a maximum sentence of 15 years for each count he was charged.

    The state 'agreed to ask for no more than 30 years,' according to the Argus Leader.

    He will receive his sentence come November.

  8. #1128

    The attack took just 30 seconds from beginning to end, leaving the 24-year-old victim unconscious. The victim was transported to Hennepin County Medical Center where he remains in critical condition..
    For the benefit of those in our midst who depend on 911 for assistance in such matters I bump this thread.

  9. #1129
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    Police: Woman Stabbed More Than 50 Times, Body Burned By Man She Met On Facebook
    November 28, 2017

    PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — A woman was found dead in an alley in West Philadelphia, and police believe the suspect is a man she met on Facebook.

    Detectives found her body in the area of 49th and Spruce Streets after receiving a call around 11:40 a.m. on Tuesday.

    Police say she was stabbed more than 50 times and burned before her body was left covered in leaves.

    Police added that the woman met the suspect on Facebook.

    23-year-old Cole Swaringer-Herring (Credit: Philadelphia Police)

    Authorities say the suspect, identified as 23-year-old Cole Swaringer-Herring, told his parents, who reported the crime to police.

    Swaringer-Herring was arrested charged with murder, arson, abuse of corpse and related offenses.

    Police say the unidentified victim is in her early 20s.

    An investigation is ongoing.

  10. #1130
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    Quote Originally Posted by vestige View Post

    For the benefit of those in our midst who depend on 911 for assistance in such matters I bump this thread.
    Two Sig P226 TACOPS and 21 rds of 9mm Liberty 50gr Civil Defense, each, TRUMP 911. Better the dead would-be perp, than dead civvies...

    Gear up, stay armed, and be ready to defend yourselves...

    Romans 10:8-10 (ESV)
    8 But what does it say? “The word is near you, in your mouth and in your heart” (that is, the word of faith that we proclaim); 9 because, if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. 10 For with the heart one believes and is justified, and with the mouth one confesses and is saved.

  11. #1131
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    Oook, ook
    A Sacramento resident is crying foul after a woman delivering packages for Amazon allegedly did her business in the street in front of the woman's home. And the act was caught on video.

  12. #1132
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    Erie man accused of pouring scalding water on mentally disabled individual

    November 30, 2017

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced felony charges Thursday against an Erie man for pouring scalding water on a mentally disabled man and severely burning him in an Erie facility.

    Akeem Nixon, 26, of German Street, Erie, was charged with neglect of a care-dependent person and aggravated assault — first-degree felonies – as a result of the incident. The victim was hospitalized for 17 days and suffered second-degree burns over 20 percent of his body.

    “This defendant assaulted a disabled man in his care with scalding water,” Attorney General Shapiro said. “We’re going to hold him accountable for this criminal conduct. We’re using every resource at our disposal to protect care-dependent Pennsylvanians.”

    Nixon poured scalding water on the man living at Lakeshore Community Services in Erie while Nixon was employed as a direct support aide at the residential home for intellectually disabled persons. Nixon was suspended from his job the day after the incident, and has not returned to work.

    On June 17, Nixon and another direct support aide were scheduled to work during the day, with the other aide planning to attend an off-site event with another Lakeshore resident. Nixon stayed at the residence alone with the victim, a 38-year-old man with cerebral palsy.

    When the other caregiver returned that evening, Nixon told him the victim was asleep. Nixon left a short time later at the end of his shift. Another direct support aide arrived, and the victim emerged from his bedroom. The victim said, “Hurt, hurt,” according to the criminal complaint. Both caregivers observed visible burns on the victim, and quickly transported him to a hospital.

    At the hospital, a doctor evaluated the victim’s injuries, and estimated the victim had second-degree burns covering 20 percent of his body. Medical records show the victim sustained “deep and partial superficial thickness burns to his buttocks, bilateral groin, abdomen, chest and back.”

    Based on medical evidence of the burns, statements from the victim and safety protocols in place at the Lakeshore residence, investigators determined the victim could not have heated water to a temperature able to cause the severe burns himself. The victim also verbally indicated that Nixon was the person responsible for his injuries.

    “Strong collaboration between Erie Police and our agents made the arrest of this support aide possible,” Attorney General Shapiro said. “Our Medicaid Fraud Control Unit’s Neglect Team works every day to protect seniors and vulnerable citizens and will pursue justice against anyone who harms a care-dependent Pennsylvanian.”

    Nixon was preliminarily arraigned on the charges last night in Erie, and bail was set at $100,000. A preliminary hearing will be held on Dec. 7. The case will be prosecuted by Deputy Attorney General Nathan Giunta of the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit Neglect Team.

    Source: Office of Attorney General

  13. #1133
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    Police: Man kidnaps, beats, strips & urinates on woman as others watch

    November 29, 2017

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis man is behind bars after he brutally attacked his girlfriend, stripped her naked and urinated on her in front of other men, police say.

    Austin Guinn was taken into custody Tuesday and charged with aggravated assault and aggravated kidnapping for the Tuesday, November 28 incident.

    The victim told authorities she was at a nearby liquor store when Guinn kidnapped her and took her to his home on West Burdock Avenue. He allegedly forced her into the bathtub where he pulled off her clothes and began urinating on her as other men stood by and watched. She said he then beat her both with his fist and a pistol.

    She somehow ended up at a safe location where she called for help. When officers arrived they said the victim's eyes and face were severely swollen and she had abrasions on her arm, torso and leg.

    The victim is expected to be okay physically.

    It appears this is not the first time Guinn has been in trouble with the law.

    According to court documents, a warrant was issued for Guinn's arrested on November 26 for another domestic violence incident.

    It's unclear if the two cases are connected.

    He was also arrested in 2015 on drug-related charges.

  14. #1134
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    And now that Christmas Season is upon us lets not ignore the annual negro grinch tradition
    Published on Nov 15, 2017
    About 8 p.m. Nov. 14, 2017, a man grabbed a Salvation Army Red Kettle from a donation area outside Kroger on Mall Boulevard and ran away. He can be seen in the very beginning of the video and appears again at 1:06.
    Those Red Kettles full of cash are as irresistible

    Salvation Army Red Kettle stolen from Milwaukee grocery store

    MILWAUKEE - MILWAUKEE - The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign is in full swing, but someone decided to steal instead of give at the Pick ‘N Save on Good Hope Road.

    According to the bell ringer, the thieves told him that security needed to speak with him.

    While the bell ringer was in the store, they took off with the kettle.

    The Salvation Army says there was probably less money in the kettle than it was worth.

    'Have A Good Day': Polite Robber Faces Charges

    "The potential of that kettle is around $200 for the day," said Major Tim Meyer. "We will have to replace the equipment which is about $300. For $200, we can serve a number of people a good meal. We have our Christmas family feast on Christmas Day. We have programs all year long that serve the needy. We have an emergency lodge that is funded through these funds. Fee the kids program, all kinds of toy and gift and coat programs all year round. Especially during the winter time."

    It was hard for patrons to believe someone would stoop so low as to steal from the Salvation Army.

    "Who would think to steal from the people with the Salvation Army?" said Liz Essex of Milwaukee. "That's pretty low."

    "That's terrible," said Yvette Blazer of Milwaukee. "My daughter always takes money and wants to go run up to the kettle and put the money in. It means something to her too. It teaches her about Christmas and what it really means. You know, giving to others."

    The incident is a microcosm of a bigger problem facing the charitable organization this year. They are $30,000 behind where they were at this point last year.

    "Weather does play a factor," Meyer said. "When people feel cold themselves, they realize there are other people that are cold and may not have the means they have to put a coat on themselves, a blanket or pay for their own heat."

    Police hope surveillance video will help track down the crooks.
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    Abilene Red Kettle bell-ringer accused of pocketing Salvation Army donations

    ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) — Abilene’s Salvation Army wants to stress there is “nothing for donors to be worried about” after a bell ringer accused of stealing donations was arrested Wednesday afternoon.

    Tyneka Porter, 41, was taken into custody at her ringing station around 4 p.m. and charged with Theft of Property (Enhanced) and Possession of Marijuana. She’s being held in jail on bonds totaling over $4,000.

    Salvation Army representative Shelley Futrelle told KTAB and KRBC they received a call from the manager of Walgreens, reporting Porter had been spotted in the bathroom trying to remove money from her red kettle.

    Futrelle says her bosses then used binoculars to watch Porter take money left sticking half-way out of her kettle. A police report states the $5.25 she was observed stealing was later recovered.

    The Salvation Army takes claims like this “incredibly serious” because, as Futrelle explains, “that money is so important. It goes for the whole year to provide clients with food and housing and you name it.”

    She wants to assure donors that the Salvation Army is “hyper-aware” when it comes to theft allegations, and this is the first case they’ve even had to deal with in the past 4 years.

    Three-year bell-ringing veteran Brandon Campsey says it’s “ridiculous” that anyone would think of stealing from the Salvation Army because “this money goes to help out so many people.”

    Campsey doesn’t want Porter to give Abilene’s bell-ringers a bad name and that “everyone once in awhile we get a bad apple, but it’s very rare.”

    Campsey told KTAB and KRBC that he, like so many of his fellow bell-ringers, loves his job because “it gives you an awesome feeling knowing you’re out there helping people. It almost feels like godliness, like you’re doing something for God rather than just doing it for nothing.”

  15. #1135
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    Warrant: Upstate dad arrested after baby shaken until bleeding on brain
    Posted: Dec 01, 2017
    SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) -

    The Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office said an Upstate man is in custody after a baby was admitted to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.

    Deputies said on Nov. 26 they were dispatched to a child abuse victim being brought to Spartanburg Regional Medical Center.

    According to the incident report, 20-year-old Juntez Lamarcus Arledge brought his baby daughter to the hospital due to difficult breathing. Officials said the baby suffered a subdural hematoma, bleeding between the brain and the skull, and was admitted to the PICU.

    Arledge was arrested and charged with child abuse resulting in great bodily injury. According to the arrest warrant, the baby's injuries were caused by Arledge shaking her.
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    DCYF: 11-month-old baby dies from injuries sustained in abuse
    November 30, 2017

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — After spending more than seven months of his young life at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, an 11-month-old boy succumbed to injuries allegedly suffered at the hands of his father. Now, police are trying to track down that father, who they fear may be out of the state, or perhaps even the country.

    In April, a Providence couple was charged in connection with the abuse of their then 3-month-old son – who was hospitalized with critical injuries including more than a dozen fractures to the arms, legs, ribs and skull.

    An autopsy conducted Thursday showed the boy died from multiple trauma, police said.

    “I’ll tell you this, in my 34 years, I have never seen anything this bad,” Providence Police Maj. David Lapatin said Wednesday. “This child was in really tough shape.”

    At the time, police said the boy’s father – Olalekan Olawusi, 40 – called 911 from his Constitution Street home to report that his child was “dying.”

    The baby, Tobiloba Olawusi, was not breathing and had to be resuscitated by rescue crews, according to Special Assistant Attorney General Shannon Signore, the chief of the Child Abuse Unit.

    “The defendant’s wife indicated that the defendant admitted to biting his baby, and warned him on numerous occasions that pulling the baby’s legs to make him grow strong was not the correct way to handle a baby,” Signore said in April.

    Signore said the 3-month-old was found to have “at least 12 healing fractures, a skull fracture and CML fractures of both the arms and legs.”

    Olalekan Olawusi was charged in April with first- and second-degree child abuse, felonies that carry up to 20 and 10 years in prison, respectively. However, charges will likely be upgraded with the death of the child.

    The baby’s mother, Arinola Olawusi, was charged with cruelty to or neglect of a child, which carries up to five years. Prosecutors said she knew about her husband’s allegedly abusive behavior and failed to report him to the authorities.

    Prosecutors said the couple is originally from Nigeria and, as a condition of bail, they were supposed to surrender their passports. However, officials told Eyewitness News that never happened.

    Now, there’s a warrant out for Olalekan Olawusi for failure to show up to court dates.
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    Boise man arrested after video of him striking toddler surfaces on Facebook

    A Boise man has been charged with felony injury to a child after a Facebook video showed him hitting his 14-month-old son, the Ada County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday.

    Issac Washington, 21, was arrested Monday and is being held on a $250,000 bond.

    On Sunday, a third party informed deputies of the Facebook video, in which Washington hits the toddler in the face and head while they watch television. Authorities then went to Washington’s residence near Victory Road and Five Mile Road, where Washington said he had just been playing with the boy. The child did not appear to be injured but did have red marks on his cheek and forehead, the Sheriff’s Office said.

    The boy was taken into custody by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare after authorities declared him to be in imminent danger. Washington was arrested Monday after further investigation and is also charged with a parole violation.

  16. #1136
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    Pennsylvania police say serial predator trail runs through Chicago

    CHICAGO (WLS) --
    An eastern Pennsylvania man who used a blowtorch on a woman he'd met through a dating website is under investigation for victimizing women in Chicago and other U.S. cities, police said on Friday.

    Seth Mull, 30, has been in custody near Philadelphia since late October after being arrested on sexual assault charges. On Friday police and prosecutors in Northampton County, Penn., said they were making a public appeal for other women who Mull victimized to come forward.

    "It is the strong belief of the Bethlehem (PA) police department that there may be additional victims in our area, in New Jersey, western Pennsylvania and other locations across the United States," said district attorney John Morganelli who listed Chicago, California and Hawaii as locations where Mull may have held women captive and abused them after meeting them on dating websites.

    Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi told the ABC7 I-Team Friday that "any potential victim who has not come forward should contact CPD as we are assisting Pennsylvania authorities in building the strongest prosecution possible."

    "He travels, and he leaves behind the carnage," said Bethlehem police Chief Mark DiLuzio. Police sources and the FBI told the I-Team they have travel records tracking Mull into Chicago. However, Bethlehem police said they have not identified Chicago victims. Investigators said Mull presents captive women with "sex slave contracts" and refers to them as his "property."

    "He forces them to take part in orgies and other acts which he films, and/or forces his victims into prostitution," Morganelli said.

    In the original Bethlehem case, police said that on Oct. 28 Mull raped a 24-year-old woman he had met on a dating website-and kept her locked up for more than a day and subjected her to humiliation and torture. Police said the woman told them she met Mull on the "Plenty of Fish" dating app. She told detectives that they agreed to meet at a hotel where they drank, listened to music and had consensual sex. He also allegedly forced her snort cocaine and smoke methamphetamine.

    Mull became aggressive, she said, and told her "she was his property and was not allowed to say no to him," investigators said. She told police that during sex, Mull would choke her to the point she gagged and vomited. The alleged victim told Mull that she no longer wanted to have sex with him and that she wanted to leave the Holiday Inn Express, according to records. But Mull allegedly told the victim that she wasn't allowed to refuse his instructions and that he would kill her, her family and her friends, reminding the woman that he knew where she lived, police said.

    Mull was being held Friday near Philadelphia on $500,000 bond, charged with rape, false imprisonment and strangulation, terroristic threats, simple assault, unlawful restraint and several drug charges. After the initial case was publicized in Pennsylvania, more than a dozen women came forward to police to say they had been victimized.

    On Mull's social media profiles he lists his home as being Hawaii and his occupation as personal trainer. For the last two months authorities said he had been staying with a friend in eastern Pennsylvania.

    "We do believe there are more young girls that have been traumatized, raped, sexually assaulted, strangled, threatened who may be in fear," prosecutor Morganelli said. "Our concern is for their well-being. Come work with us. We will get you through this process."

    Mull appears to have been acting on his own, according to authorities. But there is also a far more organized network of sex traffickers operating in Chicago and across the U.S. In October an I-Team investigation exposed "The Daughter Trade"; thousands of young girls being forced into a brutal lifestyle they have trouble escaping.

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    Brothers facing 66 charges in Ajax carjacking cases
    Dec 01, 2017

    AJAX — Two brothers, who live in the north Ajax neighbourhood where multiple carjackings occurred, are now facing a combined 66 charges for these and other violent incidents.

    Trenell Ottley, 24, and his brother Trevell Ottley, 21, both of Hesketh Road in Ajax, have been charged in connection with nine incidents, including:

    • Seven incidents involving carjacking, attempt carjackings and robberies of people in or near their vehicles in north Ajax, spanning from Oct. 12 to Nov. 16

    • The robbery of a taxi driver near Ajax Downs Casino on Nov. 28

    • Theft of a cellphone and cash on Sept. 13 near the Ajax GO station, involving a female who advertised her cellphone on the ‘letgo’ app (only Trenell charged)

    A search warrant was executed in Ajax on Nov. 28 and an imitation handgun was seized.

    At a press conference held at the Ajax Town hall on Friday, Dec. 1, Detective Sergeant Ryan Connolly said the two suspects were "not known to police prior to this investigation."

    The pair were under surveillance by the police when they were arrested following a robbery of a taxi operator on Nov. 28, Connolly added.

    Chief Paul Martin said at the press conference, "It was a difficult case and it took time. I want to thank everyone for their patience."

    Ajax Mayor Steve Parish noted the carjackings caused "a lot of fear and concern in the community. It was the randomness. The community is feeling much more better, more secure."

    Trenell Ottley is facing 34 charges, including: four counts of kidnapping; nine counts of robbery; four counts of disguise with intent; four counts of theft of motor vehicle; assault causing bodily harm; seven counts of possession of weapon dangerous and five counts of using an imitation firearm.

    Trevell Ottley is facing 32 charges, including: four counts of kidnapping; eight counts of robbery; three counts of disguise with intent; four counts of theft of motor vehicle; assault causing bodily harm; seven counts of possession of weapon dangerous and five counts of using an imitation Firearm.

    The men appeared separately in an Oshawa bail court early Friday afternoon and were remanded in custody. Both are scheduled to have bail hearings next week. The Crown has indicated it will contest their release.

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    Elderly Woman Dead After Three Men Rob Citrus Heights Rite Aid
    November 30, 2017

    UPDATE: The Citrus Heights Police Department confirmed the elderly woman died Saturday after being in critical condition since Monday.

    CITRUS HEIGHTS -- An 86-year-old woman died Saturday after she was knocked down while she was walking into a Citrus Heights Rite Aid as three men were escaping after robbing the store's pharmacy Monday.

    The woman, who has not been identified, had been in critical condition since the incident.

    According to the Citrus Heights Police Department, the men walked into the store on Auburn Boulevard, jumped the pharmacy counter and demanded pharmacists give them various prescription drugs.

    After being handed an undisclosed number of medications, the three men ran away as an elderly woman was entering the store. One of the men knocked her over, causing her to fall back and hit the ground. She lost consciousness and when first responders arrived, the woman had no pulse. First responders revived the woman and she was taken to a local hospital in critical condition.

    On Saturday, the woman's family issued an update following her death:

    "We are still reeling from this needless tragedy. Very good pictures of the suspects have been provided. I hope someone that has knowledge of any of their identities will do the right thing, come forth and contact the Citrus Heights Police."

    The suspects have still not been found.

    They are described as three black men all 18 to 20 years old. One man was seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black gloves and black and white shoes. The second suspect was seen wearing a red hooded sweatshirt with the number 100 across the chest and blue jeans. The third man was wearing a blue, black and grey camouflage hooded sweatshirt, black pants and white and black shoes.
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    Woman Giving Men a Ride Held at Gunpoint in Vernon

    woman who was giving two men a ride was held at gunpoint early Saturday morning.

    Vernon police said they received a call from a frantic woman around 1:16 a.m. who said that someone had held a gun to her head.

    The victim said she and another woman were giving two men a ride to Springfield, Massachusetts, when they stopped at the Shell gas station at 1302 Hartford Turnpike in Vernon.

    At the gas station, one of the passengers, Trevor McCarthy, hit the victim in the head with a gun and said he would shoot if she didn't hand over her money. Police said McCarthy prevented the woman from calling 911.
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    Police: Maryland Man Impersonated Officer, Sexually Assaulted Another Man

    A Maryland man was lured into a car and sexually assaulted by a man who was impersonating a police officer, police said.

    Michael Leon Bell, 36, of Upper Marlboro, was arrested and charged with rape, assault, impersonating a police officer and other charges, Prince George’s County police said in a statement.

    Police released a photograph of the badge they say Bell used, which says "Sergeant" and "Special Agent."

    Police said their investigation revealed that Bell, who was driving a black 2007 Ford Crown Victoria, approached the victim early Sunday on the 2300 block of University Boulevard.

    Bell, with the badge hanging around his neck, said he was police officer, asked the man for identification and proceeded to pat him down, according to police.

    Police said Bell kept the man's identification and refused to give it back to him.

    Bell offered the man a ride home, telling him the area they were in was dangerous, and the man accepted, police said.

    Bell then drove the man to the 2100 block of Guilford Road, climbed into the backseat and forced the victim to perform sexual acts while the victim repeatedly asked Bell to stop, police said.

    The man eventually escaped the car, taking a photograph of the car’s license plate as the suspect sped away. The man then called 911. Police responded about 6:15 a.m.

    Using the licence plate picture, police found Bell. While arresting Bell, police found two identification documents from two other men. Detectives believe he may have attacked other people.
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    Waterbury delivery driver killer sentenced to 45 years in prison
    December 1, 2017

    WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH)–A Waterbury man will spend decades locked up for killing a food delivery driver in 2016. A judge sentenced Anthony Wright to 45 years in prison on Friday.

    Wright pleaded guilty to felony murder. In August 2016, Wright and three teens ambushed a Chinese food delivery driver, 59-year-old Helena Vargas. They attacked her and a co-worker. He was also injured in the incident.

    Vargas died after being shot in the neck during the struggle.

    The other defendants in the case are awaiting trial.
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    Woman sexually assaulted in Ukrainian Village neighborhood
    December 1, 2017

    Police have released a description of a man who sexually assaulted a woman early Friday in the Ukrainian Village neighborhood.

    The 31-year-old woman was standing at a corner in the 2200 block of West Chicago Avenue about 6:20 a.m. when she was approached by a man who punched her in the face and took her cellphone, police said.

    The man then pulled her into a gangway across the street and sexually assaulted her, according to a community alert issued Friday afternoon. The man fled west on Chicago Avenue, according to police.

    The woman was taken to Presence Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center for treatment, according to police.

    The attacker was described as a black man between the ages of 20 and 30, with a dark complexion. He stood 5-foot-9 to 5-foot-10 and had short or shaved hair. He was wearing all-black clothing.

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    Man accused of disemboweling brother-in-law on CTA bus

    December 2, 2017

    An Englewood man stabbed his brother-in-law at least 25 times on a CTA bus, partially disemboweling him in front of other riders, prosecutors said Saturday.

    A judge denied bail for Darnell R. Scott, 37, who is accused of stabbing his 50-year-old brother-in-law numerous times with a 2-inch pocket knife as the two rode the No. 63/63rd Street bus Thursday around 6:30 p.m. The victim suffered numerous wounds to his abdomen, arms, legs, neck and the back of his head before the bus came to a stop in the 300 block of West 63rd Street, according to Cook County prosecutors and police.

    The attack left the man partially disemboweled, Assistant State's Attorney Craig Taczy told the court, as Scott, his right hand heavily bandaged, listened. Scott, of the first block of West 65th Street, is charged with aggravated battery with great bodily harm and is scheduled to return to court next week.

    The incident began with Scott getting on the bus and walking to the rear, past his brother-in-law, without saying a word, Taczy said. Despite being related by marriage, the men do not share a friendly relationship and hadn't spoken for some time, Taczy said.

    The brother-in-law approached Scott and the men got into a fight that ended with Scott punching the older man, authorities said. While prosecutors didn't say what triggered the blow, Scott's arrest report states the brother-in-law told police later he was hit after he asked the younger man if he had previously sent people to “jump him.”

    As the two men wrestled on the bus floor, Scott pulled the knife and stabbed the victim, according to Taczy, as some passengers recorded video on their cellphones. The man was taken to Stroger Hospital in critical condition, according to the police report. Scott, who was arrested after getting off the bus, was also hospitalized for his injuries. Officers also found the gray-handled knife and took it into evidence, and say Scott admitted stabbing the victim.

    Cook County Judge John F. Lyke Jr. noted that it was the brother-in-law who approached Scott on the bus, but denied bail after prosecutors reiterated that Scott threw the first punch. Scott was also ordered to have no contact with the victim.

    Scott, a married father of three, will be able to seek a reduced bond at his next hearing, the judge ruled.

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    3 teens charged with murder in Mayfair beating death

    1 hr 33 mins ago
    Police say three teens are charged with murder after they allegedly beat a man to death during a robbery in the Mayfair section of Philadelphia.

    Brandon Conrad, 14, of the 4600 block of Oakmont Street; Malik Page, 16, of the 4700 block of Oakmont Street; and Emmanuel Harris, 17, of the 4400 block of Shelmire Street are charged murder, robbery and related offenses.

    Brandon Conrad, Malik Page and Emmanuel Harris

    The victim, 57-year-old Kevin Cullen, died after the attack on the evening of Sunday, November 25.

    Officers were called to the 4200 block of Loring Street for a robbery and arrived to find Cullen lying on the ground unconscious. He died at the hospital the following day.

    The seconds before the brutal beating were recorded by a home surveillance video camera. The video shows Cullen being followed before he was attacked out of frame.

    "They were laughing, like it was funny," one resident told Action News last week. "They hit his head into a wall so hard I felt it in my house on the second floor."

    On Monday the head of the Philadelphia police department's homicide unit said he thinks young people see these robberies as a right of passage.

    "We know and we've confirmed through the investigation that the motive was robbery. Mr. Cullen's pockets were turned out and other items in the investigation led us to that as well," said Capt. Jack Ryan.

    However, Ryan said, nothing was ultimately taken as Cullen did not have anything in his pockets.

    The three suspects are friends who attended Lincoln High School, police say, and investigators are now looking to see whether they are involved in another assault for which a friend of theirs is already in custody.

    Tom Cullen said his brother had no permanent address and would stay with various people.

    57 year old Kevin Cullen fatally assaulted in Mayfair. His family says he was the 4th of 6 siblings, was deeply loved and is very missed. Search for teen suspects continues.
    — Katherine Scott (@KScott6abc) November 28, 2017

    Tom said since their father passed away 11 years ago, Kevin had a particularly difficult time and had his demons. But Tom said he was always in his family's hearts.

    "We didn't get to see him too often. He would come in and out of our lives," Cullen said. "He was not abandoned, he was not unloved. He was loved deeply."

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    Man accused of holding knife to postal worker's neck

    RENO, Nev. (KOLO) -- Police are investigating a reported armed robbery at the U.S. Postal office at 135 North Sierra Street. The emergency call for help was made Monday, December 4, at 1:53 p.m.

    Responding police found an armed robbery in progress. Officers say Anthony Craig had entered the U.S. Post Office and jumped over the service counter. He then walked to the rear of the post office and approached the employees while holding a large knife.

    Police say Craig held the knife to the throat of one of the employees and threatened to slit it if he was not given money.
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    Arrest made for attack on blind man, 74, in Upper Darby

    December 06, 2017 04:15PM
    UPPER DARBY, Pa. (WPVI) --
    Police have arrested the suspect who allegedly attacked a blind 74-year-old man in Upper Darby.

    Marvin Harper, 25, has been charged for the attack on November 26 in the unit block of Glendale Road.

    The victim was knocked to the ground and then robbed of $100 and a cell phone.
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    Galveston woman arrested after allegedly setting man on fire

    A Galveston woman is in jail on an aggravated assault charge after she allegedly threw a flaming object at her ex-boyfriend on Nov. 29, setting the man on fire.

    Nancy Allen, 50, is accused of luring the man out of his apartment by repeatedly cutting off the power at the breaker box, a method she had used in the past, in order to assault the victim, Galveston County court records show
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    14-year-old charged with rape of teen in Warren high school

    Dec 06 2017 07:18AM EST

    WARREN, Mich. (WJBK) - A high school freshman was raped inside a Warren high school and a classmate who is suspected of committing the horrible act is facing life in prison.

    Warren police say 14-year-old Khymani Jamal Tolbert raped the girl inside Lincoln High School last Tuesday. According to prosecutors, Tolbert attacked a 14-year-old girl and sexually assaulted her. Prosecutors said the girl fought with Tolbert for 25 minutes before he overpowered her and raped her.

    Officials say the entire act was captured on school surveillance.

    "Due to the violent nature of this crime and the fact that Mr. Tolbert is currently on felony probation, we ask that he be remanded to a juvenile facility," the prosecution said.

    On Tuesday, he was charged as an adult on three counts of first degree criminal sexual conduct and unlawful imprisonment.

    "That shows his brazen nature and his willingness to continue to violate other students at the school," the prosecution argued.

    In a statement, Warren police commissioner Bill Dwyer said that the girl is traumatized:

    "This was a violent, vicious attack on a female student. It was brutal, heinous, monstrous, and shocking to veteran law enforcement detectives in Warren. The entire Warren Police Department extends its sympathy and support for the victim and her family."
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    Man tries to slide underneath woman and lick her shoes inside Walmart, police say

    Nahshon Luther Holmes charged with sexual battery


    A North Carolina man is accused of trying to slide between a woman's legs and kiss and lick her shoes at Walmart.

    News outlets report Knightdale police arrested 25-year-old Nahshon Luther Holmes on Monday and charged him with misdemeanor sexual battery.

    The arrest warrant said Holmes attempted to "satisfy his sexual arousal by laying underneath the victim and in between her legs in an attempt to lick her shoes against her will."
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    Two 16-year-old students are shot near a Washington state high school and a teen is arrested as deputies hunt two other suspects

    Sheriff's deputies in Washington state are searching for two teenagers suspected of shooting a pair of male students near a high school in the small city of Graham on Tuesday.

    The Pierce County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday a third suspect in the shooting, described only as a 17-year-old male, has been apprehended, but his two alleged accomplices remained at large.
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    Baltimore Police have released additional information about an officer who was shot in the hand Wednesday night, the same day that Detective Sean Suiter was laid to rest.
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    Published on Dec 5, 2017

    'It's amazing she survived as long as she did!' Stepdad 'beat 13-year-old girl, forced her to take scalding hot baths and drink detergent in horrific child abuse case'.
    A Georgia man has been accused of forcing his stepdaughter, 13, to eat cat food and drink detergent in what authorities are calling the worst case of child abuse they'd ever seen.

    Rimmon H. Lewis, 33, and Angela Strothers, 33, the victim's mother, have been charged with multiple counts of child cruelty after the years of horrific abuse was uncovered.

    Police heard that the girl had been beaten, forced to take scalding hot baths and locked in the laundry room. She was also forced to eat cat food and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, or pick the scraps off her her siblings and parents' plates once they had finished eating.

    On one occasion, the teen was made to drink detergent, according to the indictment.
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    Can't figure out Velcro.

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    Green Bay man arrested for 'vicious' assault, robbery of woman at bar
    Dec. 5, 2017

    GREEN BAY – Charges are expected to be filed against a Green Bay man in connection to the Oct. 14 beating and robbery of a woman as she locked up a bar on Broadway.

    Green Bay police on Tuesday said they have arrested Anthony D. Oliver, 53, and are seeking to have him charged with armed robbery, aggravated battery and obstructing police.

    According to a news release, the woman was assaulted in the parking lot of the Jekyll and Hyde Bar, 226 S. Broadway, at 3:30 a.m. Oct. 14. The attack left the woman with severe head injuries that required hospitalization.

    She had just finished locking up the tavern.

    Surveillance video helped police identify the suspect's vehicle and eventually arrest Oliver.

    He is being held in the Winnebago County Jail on a probation hold.
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    Four arrested in Memphis woman's murder
    Updated: Dec 4, 2017

    Officers responded to a "man down" call and later discovered a woman identified as Samantha Knight lying unresponsive on the sidewalk.

    Knight was suffering from a gunshot wound after being shot in the left side of her neck. She was rushed to Regional One Medical Center in critical condition but later died from her injuries.

    Surveillance video was later released by a nearby business. The footage revealed a suspect vehicle.

    Investigators identified four possible suspects. After interviewing the suspects, all four admitted full or partial involvement in the homicide as well as a prior robbery attempt.

    Cortez Folson, 19, Earl King, 20, Jutarian Malone, 20, and Ryan Mobley, 20, were all arrested.
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    Charges upgraded after autopsy shows Florence woman died from gunshot

    TIMMONSVILLE (WBTW) – Timmonsville Police Chief Billy Brown says three adults and a juvenile face murder charges for the shooting that killed an 88-year-old woman.

    According to Chief Brown, the incident occurred while the woman was stopped at a stop sign on Kershaw and Byrd Street in Timmonsville around 6 p.m. Aug. 28. Brown says two men got out of a white car and went up to the woman’s vehicle and shot into her car when she would not open the window. Brown says two other men stayed inside the car during the incident.
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    Suspect charged in baby’s shooting death

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Police have released the name of a man arrested in the shooting death of a 1-year-old Friday.

    Shawn Moore is charged with criminally negligent homicide, being a convicted felon in possession of a handgun and tampering with evidence.

    Family members have identified the child as Robin Keefer.
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    2 San Leandro Teens Arrested On Suspicion Of Killing Man Over iPhone X

    UPDATE 12/5: San Leandro Teen Admits Involvement In Fatal Shooting Over iPhone

    The victim: Danny Carlos, a 32-year-old father from Redwood City.
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    Suspect arrested for stealing from St. Jude family
    December 5, 2017

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — William Canada, the man wanted for stealing items from a Texas family with ties to St. Jude, has been taken into custody.

    The 34-year-old was booked late Monday night and charged with burglary to a motor vehicle. He also had active warrants for domestic assault, theft, evading arrest, burglarizing a vehicle and reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon.
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    Man says he was victim of hate crime on 6th street

    AUSTIN, Texas - An Austin man said he was the victim of a hate crime after being punched twice on 6th street over the weekend.

    He tells FOX 7 that he suffered a severe concussion and has temporarily lost hearing in his right ear. For now, it has caused him to stop performing as a saxophonist. The man said he was minding his own business when he was assaulted. His biggest hope is that police can find the guy, before something worse happens.

    "I didn't do anything and to have this random, random act of violence against how safe would you feel after that?" said Michael Temple, victim of alleged assault.

    Michael Temple was leaving Friends Bar around 1:45 Saturday morning. He was headed to his car when he said he came across a group of six or seven African American men at sixth and Sabine.

    "When I was walking by them the dude said, 'F Donald Trump' and then just full force punched me right in the ear," said Temple.

    He was knocked to the ground, then got back up. Moments later he said he was sucker-punched again, in the back of the head, before the men scattered off.

    "Got back to my car, made it home thank God. That night I couldn't hear out of my ear at all. The next day I wake up and couldn't hear out of my ear, so I went to urgent care. She saw there was fluid behind my ear," said Temple.

    He was told to go to the emergency room. Doctors told Temple he also suffered a severe concussion. While there, he reported what happened to the Austin Police Department, who have listed the incident as assault with injury.

    "To me, honestly, I think it's a hate crime. Why would you say 'F Donald Trump' and hit me? If you just hit me and didn't say anything... but am I associated with Donald Trump because, does white mean you're associated with Donald Trump? I didn't vote for him, I don't stand for anything he believes in," said Temple.

    Temple has been a saxophonist for more than 30 years. For now, because of his injury, he is unable to play. He is praying he can fully recover.

    "Playing as a musician, not being able to hear out of my right ear and just because of pressure, it will be painful for me to play. Like I can't play at all right now. It's very frustrating because it's what I love, it's my hobby, it's like my passion. To have that taken away from you, hopefully it's not permanently," said Temple.

    Temple said the guy who punched him was a dark-skinned African American, around 6'2 in height, between 24 and 25 years old and wearing dark clothing. He reached out to FOX 7 for help, hoping someone may have seen something or that a business has the incident on surveillance.

    "He hit me hard enough to give me a concussion, he could kill somebody else," said Temple.

    Again, the incident happened early Saturday, around 1:45 a.m., at the corner of sixth and Sabine.

    If you have any information, you're asked to call the Austin Police Department.

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    Merry Christmas to every n***** in the world.

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    Man who kicked cat dodges jail, taunts protesters

    The Brooklyn fiend who was caught on camera brutally kicking a cat dodged jail Tuesday — then sneered to animal rights protesters outside court that he was headed home “to buy me some good shoes.”

    Andre Robinson, 24, pleaded guilty to one count of torturing animals before he was handed the wrist-slap sentence — one day of community service for about every foot he kicked King the cat in the air in May 2014.

    Footage posted to YouTube had shown the brute punting the grey cat in the courtyard of Bed-Stuy’s Breevort houses after beckoning the trusting feline toward him with promises of being petted. King was adopted after the video went viral.

    Robinson, confronted by a group of animal-rights activists as he left court, taunted, “I’m going to go home and buy me some good shoes.”

    The activists, who have been a staple through his Brooklyn court appearances, which were halted by Robinson’s arrest in Virginia for alleged felony credit-card fraud, were only incensed further.

    “He should have had a jail sentence,” seethed protester Margaret Lee. “It’s only by chance that the cat survived. There’s no justice for animals in our justice system. It’s an outrage that he’s not getting jail time.”

    In September 2014, the admitted cat-kicker told The Post he booted King because the feline was being annoying.

    “The cat came over and was bothering me. It smelled the food,” Robinson said, referring to take-out a pal was holding. “It was rubbing up against my leg, and I tried to shoo it away, and I figured if I kicked it, it would go away.”
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    $1M bond for Lachey's Bar shooting suspect
    Thursday, December 7th 2017


    Bond was set at $1 million Friday for the man accused of shooting the manager of Lachey's Bar in the face on Thanksgiving morning.

    Lavoris Hightower, 36, appeared before Hamilton County Magistrate Michael Bachman in a brief video arraignment from the jail.

    The magistrate said he had to set such a high bond due to Hightower's lengthy criminal record and pattern of failing to appear in court.

    Clyde Bennett says Hightower pleas not guilty @FOX19
    — Frankie Jupiter WXIX (@FrankieJupiter) December 8, 2017

    Hightower turned himself into authorities Thursday night, just hours after Cincinnati police announced his indictment on several charges related to the attack on Ellie Richardson.

    He was charged with two counts of felonious assault and one count each of attempted murder, having weapons under disability and tampering with evidence.

    If convicted on all charges, Hightower faces more than 25 years in prison.

    His attorney said police have the wrong man.

    "Based on my conversation with my client, he didn't do it," Bennett said. "So until they have evidence to the contrary, I am under the belief he didn't do it."

    Bennett would not discuss where his client said he was the night of the shooting.

    LAVORIS HIGHTOWER is WANTED by @CincyPD for for the shooting of Ellie Richardson. Hightower has been indicted for Attempted Murder, Felonious Assault, Weapons Under Disability & Tampering With Evidence. Call 911 if you know his location. DO NOT APPROACH. Call 352-3040 w/ tips.
    — Cincinnati Police (@CincyPD) December 7, 2017

    Richardson, meanwhile, is out of the hospital and recovering at home but faces more surgery, her family wrote in a Facebook post this week.

    She was shot in the face early Thanksgiving morning after she closed up and left the bar.

    A man nearly hit her with his vehicle and then opened fire on her after she argued with someone in a van, police have said.

    Police worked non-stop to track down the suspect, examining surveillance video over the holiday weekend and gathering as many details as they could from witnesses.

    "First, Hightower nearly runs Ms. Richardson over with his car, and then he shoots her -- unbelievable," said Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters.

    "Cincinnati has worked very hard to improve the area where the shooting occurred. This type of heartless act has the potential of ruining years of progress. He needs to go to jail for a long time."

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    Sexual assault posted to Facebook was revenge over boyfriend, court hears

    Warning: The following article contains graphic details some readers may find disturbing

    Dec 07, 2017

    Eunice Ilunga, 43, is one of four women facing charges in the trial.

    Four women broke into another woman's home, stripped her of her clothes, hit her, removed her pubic hair and then posted videos of the attack on Facebook, all as revenge over an alleged relationship between the victim and a man, a Crown lawyer told an Ottawa court Thursday.

    Eunice Ilunga, 43, Sandrine Tomba-Kalema, 37, Safi Mahinja, 27 and Nina Janina Raul, 35 — face charges of unlawful confinement, sexual assault and taking intimate images of someone without their consent.

    Ilunga, Tomba-Kalema and Mahinja each face additional charges of break and enter, kidnapping with intent to confine, assault, assault with a weapon and sexual assault with a weapon.

    All four have pleaded not guilty to the charges and have been out of custody since posting bail as they awaited trial.

    The four accused and the victim, who was 21 at the time of the assault and who cannot be named because of a publication ban to protect her identity, belong to Ottawa's tight-knit Congolese community, which was shaken by the incident when the videos first came to light two years ago.

    The trial by judge alone in Ontario Superior Court began Thursday and is taking place mostly in French, with translation.
    Videos 'hard to watch'

    The attack on July 3, 2015, was over the victim's relationship with a man who was also in a relationship with Ilunga, Assistant Crown Attorney Louise Tansey said in the Crown's opening statements.

    The videos of the attack are "hard to watch," Tansey said: the young woman is either naked or nearly naked as Ilunga, Tomba-Kalema and Mahinja verbally and physically assault her.

    In one video, her attackers applied hair removal cream to the woman's pelvic area and then wiped it away, removing her pubic hair, Tansey said. In another, her attackers yell at the woman in Lingala, a Bantu language spoken in Congo, while someone hits her.

    The Crown's first witness, Trésor Kisisa, a 39-year-old born in Congo who studied criminology, said a female friend from the community who was "shocked" by the videos sent them to him. He said he watched the first two videos, and then made some calls and learned the young woman was safe.

    He then accompanied the victim to the police station to report the attack.

    Kisisa then answered questions as the videos were played in court for him, the judge and the accused.

    He told court he recognized the voices of Ilunga, Raul and Tomba-Kalema when he listened to the videos on his phone. He said it is Ilunga who he hears describing how she is going to remove the victim's hair, and in another video it is Ilunga who tells the victim to stay away from the man she is dating, Kisisa told the court.
    Accused sang of assault

    In another video played in court, Ilunga is singing a song in a car. Kisisa told court Ilunga was singing in Lingala and changed the lyrics to make the song about revenge, singing, "I have something against you."

    Kisisa said the new lyrics also say, "You're provoking Ilunga, Tomba-Kalema and Mahinja and you're going to see," and also, "Be careful Chou Chou [Ilunga's nickname] hits hard, little girl."

    Kisisa said other improvised lyrics included, "Young people today are rude — they take other people's men," and said Ilunga also sang about removing a woman's pubic hair.

    The trial resumes Friday.

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    Arrest made in rape of elderly Murfreesboro woman
    Posted: Dec 07, 2017


    An arrest has been made in the rape and robbery of an 85-year-old woman last month in Murfreesboro.

    Chriteris Allen, 18, was arrested in Jackson, TN, on Wednesday on charges in that area.

    Police said the victim was raped and robbed at gunpoint in her garage on Sunset Avenue on the afternoon of Nov. 14. The suspect got away with her phone and money.

    Murfreesboro police have served aggravated rape and aggravated robbery warrants on Allen. He will be extradited to Rutherford County.

    Allen is being held in Jackson on charges of aggravated rape, especially aggravated kidnapping, aggravated sexual battery and aggravated robbery. His bond has been set at $500,000.

    Allen is due in court in Jackson on Dec. 14.

  30. #1150
    In the late 1950s and early 1960s it was common to hear a Caucasian say, after hearing or reading of a heinous act such as any of those committed in this thread:

    "If everybody shot just one."

    I questioned the wisdom of that statement in the late 50s but not now.

    I submit that the solution proposed so many years ago eventually will be the "final solution."

  31. #1151
    Fad saol agat, gob fliuch, agus bás in Éirinn!

    Christianity is the estranged descendent of a bizarre Jewish apocalyptic cult.

    Kein Krieg für Israel!

  32. #1152
    Fad saol agat, gob fliuch, agus bás in Éirinn!

    Christianity is the estranged descendent of a bizarre Jewish apocalyptic cult.

    Kein Krieg für Israel!

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    Double exposure: Man charged with lewdness on PATH train again

    Dec 6, 1:31 PM

    Karim Durant, 37, was charged for the second time in a month with lewdness after two women said he exposed himself to them in separate incidents.(PAPD photo)

    A Newark man has been arrested for the second time in less than a month and charged with exposing himself to women on a PATH train in Harrison, authorities said.

    Karim Durant, 37, was charged with lewdness, disorderly conduct and improper behavior, Port Authority police spokesman Joe Pentangelo said.

    A woman told police on Dec. 5 that Durant got onto a Newport Station-bound train, sat near her and then exposed himself to her. In a separate incident, a second woman told police that Durant exposed himself and then was touching himself. She shouted at him to stop and Durant got off the PATH train.

    Port Authority police responding to those reports, found Durant on the street nearby and arrested him, Pentangelo said.

    On Nov. 12, Durant was arrested at the Hoboken PATH Station and charged with lewdness, police said. In that incident, police said that Durant brushed up against a woman and walked away, and then came back and exposed himself to her.

    He was released after that incident and given a court date of Dec. 4. It could not immediately be determined what happened at that hearing.

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    Woman pleads guilty to hate crime in beating of disabled teen live on Facebook

    Brittany Covington, 19, who live-streamed video of the racially charged beating of a teen with mental disabilities in the home above, pleaded guilty Dec. 8, 2017, to a hate crime and was sentenced to four years of probation. (Phil Velasquez/ Chicago Tribune; Cook County Sheriff's Office)

    A Chicago woman who live-streamed video of the racially charged beating of a teen with mental disabilities pleaded guilty Friday to a hate crime and was sentenced to four years of probation.

    Brittany Covington, 19, has been in custody since her arrest in January.

    Calling the incident “horrific,” Cook County Circuit Judge William Hooks banned Covington from social media over the four years, prohibited her from contact with two of her co-defendants and ordered her to do 200 hours of community service.

    Hooks told Covington he could have imposed a prison sentence but added, “I’m not sure if I did that you’d be coming out any better.”

    Hooks said he hoped the strict terms of probation would put Covington on a more productive life path, but he warned she would face prison time if she violated any of the restrictions.

    “Do not mess this up,” Hooks told Covington, who stood quietly in a blue jail uniform with her hands clasped behind her back.

    The 19-year-old also pleaded guilty to aggravated battery and intimidation charges. As part of a plea deal, prosecutors dropped additional charges, including kidnapping.

    The video, which sparked national outrage, focuses often on Covington’s face. She smokes what appears to be a blunt — a cigar stuffed with marijuana — while narrating some of the action.

    Three others were charged in the incident: alleged ringleader Jordan Hill, 19, as well as Tesfaye Cooper, 19, and Covington’s sister, Tanishia, 25. Their cases are still pending.

    The video, posted in January, shows the four — who are all African-American — cutting the 18-year-old white victim's scalp with a knife, punching and kicking him and laughing as he was bound and gagged in an apartment on Chicago's West Side.

    The gruesome video drew condemnation from many, including then-President Barack Obama. Right-wing pundits used it as a rallying cry, tying it without evidence to the Black Lives Matter movement and blaming permissive policing.

    Among the abuse seen on the Facebook video, prosecutors have said, is one of the women laughing as she punches the teen; a male foot on the victim's head; the teen groaning in pain as a male pulls a cord around his neck; and the victim screaming in fear when a male approaches with a knife, saying, "Should I shank his a--?"

    At one point, prosecutors said, Hill and Cooper ordered the victim into a bathroom and forced him to drink water from the toilet.

    The teen was bound and gagged, a sock placed in his mouth and his lips taped shut. With the knife, Hill then cut a chunk of the victim's hair, cutting his head, and stabbed him in the left forearm, prosecutors have said.

    The victim, who prosecutors said has schizophrenia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, was able to flee the building when the four co-defendants left the apartment to confront neighbors who had complained about the noise, prosecutors have said.

    He was treated at a hospital for cuts to his head, face and body as well as a stab wound to his left arm, authorities said.

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    Suspect in Meridian beating death: 'I didn't murder my girl'

    Dec 7, 2017

    “I did not murder my girl,” were the words of 42-year-old Michael D. Portis of Butler, Ala., at his preliminary hearing in Meridian on Thursday.

    Portis is charged with murder after police named him as a suspect in the beating death of his girlfriend, Miranda K. Allen, who died at Rush Foundation Hospital on Dec. 5.

    His bond is set at $500,000.

    “He beat and stomped and kicked this woman to death,” city prosecutor Pam Bittick told the judge at the hearing. Although medical tests have not confirmed it, Allen was believed to be pregnant when she was killed.

    According to initial reports, Portis drove Allen to the emergency department after an incident at Western Motel, on US 80, in Meridian. Officers received a call from the hospital around 1 a.m., reporting the suspicious activity, Meridian Police Sgt. Dareall Thompson said.

    Allen, 37, died around 12:09 a.m. from her wounds, Lauderdale County Coroner Clayton Cobler said. Initial reports from an autopsy on Thursday revealed that Allen’s injuries were much worse than the blunt head trauma previously reported.

    The prosecutor asked the judge for a higher bond, as Portis is believed to be a flight risk and a danger to the public.

    City Court Judge Robbie Jones did not adjust the bond amount, and the case was sent to the grand jury.

    According to Meridian Police Detective Thomas Abate, in Portis’ interview with investigators, Portis said he received a call on his cell phone from Allen asking for help.

    He then drove to the Eastern Gardens area where he found her walking around, “naked” and beaten. Portis said he then loaded her in a van and took her back to their hotel room, then eventually took her to the hospital. At some point, Portis said he “dropped her” because she was too heavy to carry.

    Abate said Allen was dead on arrival at the hospital.

    Abate said cell phone records show that the alleged call for help was made from inside the van, and not from the Eastern Gardens area. Furthermore, doctors said Allen’s injuries “were so severe there was no way she could have been walking.”

    Abate said both the van and the hotel room were processed, and blood was found inside the van and in the hotel room. Abate said the room was “in disarray,” with blood on the bed and carpet near the bathroom.

    There was also a recording on Allen’s phone from earlier that evening that investigators believe was made because the victim was afraid for her life.

    A man who had been with the couple earlier that day told investigators that Portis was intoxicated and was trying to get the man to have sex with Allen.

    Portis, who cried during Thursday's hearing, told a different story.

    Portis, whose arms showed no signs of a recent struggle, said photos taken at the jail showed no defensive wounds on his body. This proves his innocence, he said, as “she would have fought back.”

    “You need to find out what happened for real before you point the finger at me,” Portis said.

  36. #1156
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    Two arrested in Monday Goodwater murder

    Two suspects are in custody facing murder charges after a Monday killing in Goodwater.

    Capt. Tom Herman of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s State Bureau of Investigation confirmed Tuesday that 26-year-old Ladaniel Martel Tuck of Goodwater and 25-year-old Latoni Althea Daniel of Alexander City have been charged in connection with the shooting death of Thomas V. Chandler of Goodwater. SOurces say Chandler was 87 years old.

    Herman said that SBI was called in by Goodwater Police Department Chief Gerald Whetstone late Monday afternoon to assist in the murder investigation. Chandler’s body was found in area off Coosa County Road 7 Monday.

    “This is still an active investigation,” Herman said. “So at this time there are certain details that we can’t release at this time. But these arrests are the result of good solid police work and a cooperative effort from several different agencies.

    “Our agency, along with the Goodwater Police, the Coosa County Sheriff’s Office and Alexander City Police all assisted and helped develop evidence that led us to the arrest of these two individuals on murder charges.”

    Both Daniel and Tuck remain in custody in the Coosa County Jail. As of 5 p.m. Tuesday, no bond had been set.

    Court records show that Tuck is no stranger to law enforcement. There are records of 11 different charges in his history. The charges range from attempted murder, to armed robbery, drug possession and gang affiliation. Records show the last of those charges came in 2010 and there were no convictions registered in any of those cases.

    Daniel had one previous arrest on theft by receiving charges, but was not indicted by a grand jury.

    Chandler, the victim in the case, has no arrests in his Alabama criminal history.

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    Mother charged with abusing and killing her 6-month-old baby

    Dec 8, 2017

    ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- A mother is charged in the drowning of her baby.

    Sydney Jones, 27, is charged in Buchanan County Court with one count of abuse or neglect of a child resulting in death.

    Jones is in the Buchanan County Jail. Her bond was set at $100,000.

    Court documents say Jones pushed the baby underwater in a bathtub in her St. Joseph apartment late Thursday night into early Friday morning.

    She pinned the baby to an inflatable child's tub inside the bathtub, according to the probable cause statement filed in the case.

    Jones will be back in court on Dec. 12.

  38. #1158
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    Man extradited to face charges of strangling his adoptive mother

    December 8, 2017

    A Brooklyn man who allegedly bound his adoptive mother with an electrical cord and strangled her with a purse strap has been extradited back to the Big Apple, authorities said Friday.

    Jayvon Mulzac, 28, was picked up in Pittsfield, Mass., on Thursday and returned to Brooklyn, where he was charged with murdering his 70-year-old adoptive mother, Noreen, on July 17 in her Canarsie home.

    Mulzac had been fighting extradition since August, when he was arrested in Pittsfield for breaking and entering and disturbing the peace — reportedly yelling, “I killed the b—h” and “I’m going to kill again,” the Berkshire Eagle reported in September.

    A month earlier, Noreen, who worked as a nurse with the developmentally disabled, was discovered dead, her legs tied with the electrical cord, inside her ransacked home.

    Police were able to link Mulzac to the murder in part because they were able to track his mother’s cell phone, which he took with him after the senseless slaying, the Berkshire Eagle reported.

    Police said he has 14 prior arrests, including one incident involving his mother.

    In September 2006, Mulzac, then 17, was arrested and charged for breaking into her home through a window with two accomplices and duct-taping her and her daughter to a chair.

    He then brandished a gun and told his mom, “I’m gonna kill you if you don’t give me money.”

    He pistol-whipped her and the men made off with her wallet with $2,800 and her car.

    Mulzac was arraigned at Brooklyn Supreme Court on Friday, where he slouched, stared at the ground and said nothing as he stood before the judge.

    His attorney entered a not guilty plea on charges of second-degree murder, first-degree robbery and first-degree unlawful imprisonment.

    He was ordered held without bail and is due back in court in February.

    He faces up to 25 years to life behind bars if convicted.

  39. #1159
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    Man claims girlfriend killed in struggle over gun in north Harris Co.

    Saturday, December 09, 2017 12:23PM
    HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) --
    A man accused in the shooting death of his 24-year-old girlfriend is claiming it was an accident.

    Our cameras were there early this morning when 29-year-old Jasper Davis appeared in court, charged in the murder of Jennifer Nicole Mamo.

    Prosecutors said Davis got into an argument with Mamo after she accused him of flirting with another woman at a bar.

    But Davis allegedly told deputies his girlfriend grabbed a gun during that fight, and that when he tried to take the gun away, it fired.

    According to court documents, Davis told deputies Mamo was shot in the face.

    Suspect charged after woman's body found and baby discovered home alone miles away

    Prosecutors allege Davis shot Mamo and then dumped her body by a creek on Birnam Wood in north Harris County.

    When Davis' car became stuck at the creek, investigators said he called a friend for help.

    The friend saw Mamo's body, told Davis he wasn't going to help him and then called 911, according to deputies.

    Mamo's 7-month-old baby was found alone inside her home on Archer Glen.

    Deputies believe the toddler was in the same room where her mother was killed. She was not injured.

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    Police Arrest Suspect Wanted In Deadly Trevose Hit-And-Run

    December 8, 2017

    TREVOSE, Pa. (CBS) — Authorities have arrested a suspect wanted in a hit-and-run that left a teenage girl dead.

    Police say 48-year-old James Howell struck 19-year-old Jessica Kurtz and 18-year-old Will Vanarsdale as they crossed the street in Trevose. The accident happened along Street Road and Philmont Avenue on Nov. 27.

    Kurtz later died from her injuries.

    Police say Howell briefly stopped to move the victims out of the road. Howell’s truck was recovered a few days later and processed for evidence.

    He was located Thursday near 52nd Street and Haverford Avenue in West Philadelphia and taken into custody.

    He is behind bars at Bucks County Prison and being held on $250,000 bail.


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