Check out the TB2K CHATROOM, open 24/7               Configuring Your Preferences for OPTIMAL Viewing
  To access our Email server, CLICK HERE

  If you are unfamiliar with the Guidelines for Posting on TB2K please read them.      ** LINKS PAGE **



*** Help Support TB2K ***
via mail, at TB2K Fund, P.O. Box 24, Coupland, TX, 78615
or


RACE How Savage Are Blacks In America & Why Is Everyone Afraid To Discuss It?
+ Reply to Thread
Page 50 of 85 FirstFirst ... 40 48 49 50 51 52 60 ... LastLast
Results 1,961 to 2,000 of 3372
  1. #1961
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Midlands man charged in 6-year-old son’s death after allegedly assaulting him





    March 05, 2018 04:36 PM

    RICHLAND COUNTY, SC

    A Midlands man was arrested and charged Monday in the death of his 6-year-old son, according to the Richland County Sheriff’s Department.

    Karlton Brabham Sr., 26, was charged with homicide by child abuse, the sheriff’s department reported.

    On Feb. 5, Brabham and another family member drove the unresponsive 6-year-old boy to an emergency care clinic, before he was rushed to an area hospital where the boy was declared dead, said Richland County Coroner Gary Watts.

    Watts’ office determined that the boy’s death was not accidental, the sheriff’s department said. The child suffered a traumatic brain injury after being assaulted by Brabham at an Elgin residence.

    Brabham was arrested by the RCSD Fugitive Task Force and the U.S. Marshals Service.

    Brabham was taken to the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center, where he is awaiting a bond hearing.

    http://www.thestate.com/news/local/c...203598159.html

  2. #1962
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Life in prison for man who beat baby to death over dirty diaper

    March 2, 2018




    On Nov. 9, 2015, 9-month-old Monte Jones soiled his diaper while his mother was at work. Little Monte had been left in the care of a neighbor, according to investigators.

    Monte’s babysitter, Jaquest Deeric Norris, was so angry over the diaper, he beat the infant in the head and all over his body, according to prosecutors. On Friday, Norris was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, the Fulton County District Attorney said.

    “I do not understand why anyone would kill a child,” DA Paul Howard said in an emailed statement. “Particularly, I will NEVER understand why anyone would brutalize a child in this manner. May God have mercy on his soul.”

    After the beating, Monte was found unresponsive in a bathtub, according to investigators. He spent two days in the hospital before he was removed from life support. An autopsy determined Monte died from blunt force trauma of the head, skull fractures, rib fractures and leg fractures.

    Norris was arrested and charged with murder after the baby’s death and has remained without bond in the Fulton jail. He was convicted of multiple charges, including felony murder, cruelty to children in the first degree, aggravated battery, aggravated assault and aggravated sexual battery.

    https://www.ajc.com/news/crime--law/...O6Xfd75bxkD9H/

  3. #1963
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    Location
    OUT SIDE OF THE FALSE REALITY
    Posts
    10,402
    Man these nigger are f'''''g are ugly only their mother could love them.

    Am I a raciest for saying that to bad., so be it I am raciest to niggers but not to blacks, just so you all know.
    JUST A FEW OF MY SIMPLE THOUGHTS
    LAY LOW WAIT LIKE A WOLF IN THE WILD UNTIL THE TIME IS RIGHT
    Never Pick A Fight With An Old Man He Will Just Shoot You He Can't Afford To Get Hurt

  4. #1964
    Join Date
    May 2004
    Location
    Sandhills North Carolina
    Posts
    32,509
    FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WTVD) -- One of Fayetteville's most notorious gang members and drug traffickers is off the streets.

    The United States Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina, Robert J. Higdon, Jr., announced Wednesday that Genesis Lee Whitted Jr. was sentenced to 35 years in prison and five years of supervised release.

    investigation conducted by the Fayetteville Police Department and the FBI revealed that Whitted was the leader of a violent, Fayetteville-based Bloods gang called "Addicted to Money" or "A.T.M."

    Authorities said Whitted and other members of the gang have been linked to serious crimes in the Fayetteville community, including home invasion robberies, carjackings, shootings, financial fraud, and drug trafficking.

    Whitted and other members of A.T.M. regularly possessed firearms in furtherance of their crimes.

    The Department of Justice said Whitted was responsible for manufacturing and distributing large amounts of narcotics, primarily cocaine and crack over almost 10 years.

    Stay on top of breaking news stories with the ABC11 News App

    Because he was so adept at manufacturing cocaine base, he even obtained tattoos on his chest of a Pyrex measuring cup and a box of baking soda - key implements in the cocaine base manufacturing process.


    In late 2015, Whitted opened a purported car wash called LLB Auto Spa on Pamalee Drive in Fayetteville.

    Using covert surveillance techniques, the FBI and FPD recorded Whitted and his accomplices' activities.

    The recordings showed that over the course of several months, many cars pulled in and out of the car wash, but very few cars were actually washed.

    It appeared that the "car wash" was primarily a place for drug transactions to occur.

    In addition to drug dealing, Whitted and other A.T.M members were feared due to their propensity for violent home invasion robberies of other drug dealers.


    Girlfriends of drug dealers were also frequently harmed during these invasions.

    On two occasions, Whitted and his accomplices poured boiling water on the victims until they disclosed the locations of the drugs and/or currency.

    During one of these invasions, a taser was deployed on a woman's genital area.

    Because of the threat posed by Whitted, the Fayetteville Police Department deemed him "priority number one."

    Six of his associates have also been charged, convicted, and sentenced in federal court

    http://abc11.com/fayetteville-gang-l...years/3186035/
    Attached Images

  5. #1965
    Join Date
    May 2004
    Location
    Sandhills North Carolina
    Posts
    32,509
    2 shot at Fayetteville motel, police say
    CBS North Carolina·4 hours ago
    FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) - Fayetteville police are investigating a double-shooting that occurred Thursday morning at a motel.

    Officers responded to the Extended Stay America located at 408 Owen Drive just after midnight in reference to a shooting call in the area.


    Upon arrival, two people were found on scene suffering from gunshot wounds The victims have been identified by police as Malike Akeem Newsam, 24, of Fayetteville, and Antwan Kavan Lawrence, 29, of Hope Mills.

    Newsam was transported to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center where he is in stable condition. Lawrence is in serious condition at UNC Hospital in Chapel Hill, police said.

    The shooting is an active investigation and police ask that anyone who may have information contact Detective Donnie Smith with the Fayetteville Police Department at (910) 818-2169 or Crimestoppers at (910) 483-TIPS (8477).

    Crimestoppers information can also be submitted electronically, by visiting http://fay-nccrimestoppers .org and completing the anonymous online tip sheet, or by downloading the FREE "P3 Tips" app available for Apple devices in the Apple App Store and available for Android devices in Google Play.

    http://wncn.com/2018/03/08/2-shot-ne...el-police-say/

  6. #1966
    Join Date
    Aug 2014
    Location
    Upstate South Carolina
    Posts
    5,225
    Quote Originally Posted by dogmanan View Post
    Man these nigger are f'''''g are ugly only their mother could love them.

    Am I a raciest for saying that to bad., so be it I am raciest to niggers but not to blacks, just so you all know.
    dogmanan,

    For White peoples to develop the survival skillset,
    of being able to discern, the incredible differences
    between a Black and a POS "N" word,
    is IMHO, a tremendous accomplishment,
    that will someday most likely preset itself,
    in a life or death situation.

    White peoples are not born racist,
    they are made this way,
    by their studies and interactions with
    the POS "N" words, who are born racist,
    due to their controlling tribal jungle culture.

    I am glad that you are a racist towards
    the POS "N" words. Reading your post
    has made my day, and anytime whenever
    another White person wakes up to the
    savage feral pavement ape,
    POS "N" words, and the incredible differences,
    that exist with the good Blacks,
    I look upwards to the sky,
    and thank The Most High God.

    Please be safe everyone, and please arm up.

    Regards to all deplorables.

    Nowski
    "Read everything, listen to everyone, believe absolutely nothing,
    unless you can prove it with your own research." Milton William Cooper

    "Life is a glass, half empty, of spoiled milk, sitting in a bed of thorns." Nowski

  7. #1967
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    GRAPHIC DETAILS: Chickasha couple arrested in case of child neglect

    Tuesday, March 6th 2018


    Chickasha police have arrested two people accused of child neglect and endangerment.

    According to The Express-Star, police were called to reports of a toddler walking near U.S. 62 in Chickasha. When officers arrived, they found the child and spoke with neighbors who said this was not the first time the three-year-old had been out on its own.

    Around that time a man approached the officers and identified himself as Darien Jeffers, he said he was the baby's father. He told police that he and the mother, Jazzmine Bennett, had left the child and another baby to go get something to eat. Officers then went to go check the home and found a baby crying.

    According to a report, police found the child in a dirty diaper which was leaking. The officer started looking for supplies to change the baby's diaper but was unable to find anything. While washing the baby in the sink, the officer stated that small pieces of skin were falling off of the baby.

    In the report, the officer also stated that there was rodent feces in the baby's crib, dried milk in a sippy cup as well as food and feces stains. Drug paraphernalia was also found in the residence.

    The children were taken into protective custody and transported to Grady County Hospital to be checked by doctors.

    Jeffers and Bennett were arrested and booked into the Grady County Jail.

    http://www.kswo.com/story/37659582/g...-child-neglect

  8. #1968
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_wYPhniaDQ
    1:12

    Fox News
    Published on Mar 8, 2018
    After arguing with flight attendants over bin space, two passengers threw down in a brutal fist fight. The brouhaha delayed the Dallas to Los Angeles flight by an hour. You have to see this video.

  9. #1969
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Woman guilty of manslaughter, aggravated child abuse

    A Tuscaloosa woman accused of fatally stabbing her boyfriend has pleaded guilty to manslaughter and unrelated child abuse allegations.

    Darzay Nevels, 26, reached a a plea agreement with prosecutors ahead of a trial. She was sentenced to serve 20 years for manslaughter and 10 for child abuse.

    Nevels stabbed her boyfriend, Juan Pasquel the night of July 25, 2017. Investigators said she stabbed him in the leg with a kitchen knife because she didn’t want him to leave their apartment at Forrester Gardens that night. Witnesses reported hearing Nevels call for help before finding them both on the ground, with Pasquel unresponsive. He had been stabbed in the femoral artery.

    Her attorney argued during the course of the case that she stabbed him in self-defense. She was initially charged with murder, but pleaded guilty to the less-serious manslaughter charge.

    Seven months after her arrest for killing Pasquel, Nevels was charged with aggravated child abuse of her then 7-month-old child.

    Investigators with the Tuscaloosa Police Department’s juvenile division learned about the injured, malnourished child about eight days after Nevels was arrested on the murder charge. He weighed around 9 or 10 pounds and had evidence of at least 20 bite marks on his body.

    Some of the bite marks on the child had faded by the time investigators were aware of the abuse, while others appeared to have been more recent. A grand jury heard evidence in that case and indicted her while she was still jailed on the murder charge.

    http://www.tuscaloosanews.com/news/2...ed-child-abuse

  10. #1970
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Man shot co-worker 4 times inside Cleveland business in dispute over damaged car

    Mar 7


    CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A man shot his co-worker four times, including twice at point-blank range, during a fight inside a Cleveland business, according to police.

    Charles Jackson, 41, is charged with felonious assault. He was arrested Wednesday and is in the Cleveland City Jail awaiting his first court appearance.

    The shooting happened about 9:30 a.m. Sunday at the Royal Powder Company at 4800 Briar Road in the city's Puritas-Longmead neighborhood.

    Jackson and two co-workers were starting their shifts when he and a 51-year-old co-worker got into an argument, according to police reports.

    Jackson and his co-worker had a long-standing dispute over whether or not the man damaged his car. Jackson on Sunday accused the man of causing more damage to his car during a recent incident, police reports say.

    Jackson tried to punch the co-worker in the stomach and a third employee stepped between the two men. The three wrestled around until Jackson took a step back, pulled out his gun from his front waistband and fired two shots at the 51-year-old man, according to police.

    The gunshots hit the man in the forearm and torso and knocked him to the ground, according to police. He then walked up to the man, stood over him and fired two shots into his leg at point-blank range, police said.

    Jackson turned the gun on the other co-worker, according to police. He pointed the gun at the man and pulled the trigger, but the gun misfired, according to police. Jackson then demanded the man's cellphone, but the man told him that he left it in his car, according to police reports.

    Jackson then ran outside, got in his black 2007 Cadillac Escalade and drove away, police said.

    A plant manager told police at the scene that all three men worked for the company. Investigators collected three fired bullet casings, three bullets and bullet fragments from inside the building. Messages left at the businesses were not returned.

    Jackson's only felony conviction came in 2005, when he pleaded guilty to attempted aggravated robbery. He was sentenced to 100 hours of community service and two years on probation.

    http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index...rt_river_index

  11. #1971
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Man accused of killing wife, a mother of 3, arrested in Anderson Co.

    Mar 05, 2018


    ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) -

    Deputies with the Anderson County Sheriff's Office, along with SLED agents, assisted the Georgia Bureau of Investigation with apprehending a fugitive wanted out of Hart County on Monday

    Per deputies, the suspect was taken from the Carolina Inn on Murray Avenue in Anderson without incident.

    Investigators say a deputy received minor injuries, but was treated and is doing fine The injuries were not on behalf of the suspect. They were bumps and scraped sustained in the process of apprehending the suspect.

    On Tuesday, Hart County Sheriff Mike Cleveland confirmed Tyrus Clark was the suspect arrested in Anderson County.

    Warrants were filed charging Clark with murder after the death of 43-year-old Marilyn Patrice Rucker Clark. Cleveland said Marilyn Clark was found dead on Eagle Grove School Road on March 2 after suffering a gunshot wound.

    She was a mother of three children.

    FOX Carolina spoke with one of Clark's friends who said she was a pleasure to work with.

    "Marilyn was the best co-worker, the type of person that loves to make people laugh - and we always did that," said Lisa Green. "She was such a caring CNA for all of her residents."

    According to Cleveland, Clark and the victim were legally married. There was no history of reported violence, but Cleveland said investigators are now learning they had a troubled marriage.

    Friday morning around 8:30 a.m. is when deputies got a call that something suspicious was going on at their home. Deputies say Clark had carried his wife's body about 40 yards from the highway and tried to conceal the body.

    When deputies responded they were able to locate the body, but by that time Clark had disappeared.

    On Monday, Anderson County deputies said they were notified by SLED that Clark's burgundy F-150 may have been spotted in Anderson. When they located the vehicle, they learned Clark had checked into a room at the Carolina Inn.

    He was then apprehended.

    Clark is being held at the Anderson County Detention Center awaiting extradition. In a hearing on Tuesday, he agreed to be picked up by Georgia law enforcement.

    He was charged with the following:

    felony murder
    murder with malice
    aggravated assault
    possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime
    concealing a body

    http://www.foxcarolina.com/story/376...in-anderson-co

  12. #1972
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Km6YXgIl6U
    3:31

    US NEWS
    Published on Mar 8, 2018

    A man who brutally murdered a teenage prostitute after arguing over the price of sex walked into a police station and confessed.John Gillum, 29, told officers he committed a homicide at his home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on Saturday before turning himself in the next day.He allegedly beat Morgan Huennekens, 19, to death with a knife and pipe before dragging her body into a shed behind his home.

    Her body was discovered by police wrapped in blankets in the shed with two belts wrapped around her.Gillum told investigators that he met Huennekens 'a few days ago' where they exchanged numbers and began messaging about exchanging sex for money, according to KTLA.The 19-year-old met Gillum at his home on Saturday, and she said she would leave if he didn't pay her more for sex.Gillum told authorities that made him angry so he punched her in the mouth, tied her up and then raped her.He then 'took a knife and stabbed her in the neck' and said he 'remembered from watching movies how to stab someone,' according to court documents about the case.

    His initial reasoning for committing the murder was because 'he sensed something in his head that he had to kill the victim.'Gillum noticed the victim was 'suffering' so he then hit her over the head with a metal pipe so 'she no longer had to suffer'.An argument initially started between the pair after he agreed to pay $160 for sex and gave her $200, but she refused to give him change.He then tied Huennekens to his bed post to prevent her from leaving the house.

    Gillum admitted that Huennekens asked him to stop and 'begged for her life' before he stabbed her 'five or six times'.An autopsy revealed that the victim died of multiple stab wounds and blunt force trauma.The 29-year-old faces one count of first-degree intentional homicide and one count of second-degree sexual assault for the attack and murder of Huennekens.

  13. #1973
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Suspect in Clinton officer's death was out on bond in gun, meth case, court records say

    March 7, 2018


    A man who shot and killed a Clinton police officer Tuesday night was out on bond at the time of the shooting, court records say.

    James E. Waters, 37, was arrested and charged in Cass County in November after police say they found him with a gun and meth in his possession.

    Waters posted 10 percent of a $15,000 bond on Nov. 21, court records say.

    On a Tuesday night, Waters was at a home in Clinton.

    According to the highway patrol, Waters shot three police officers who responded to the home, killing one — 30-year-old Christopher Ryan Morton.

    The other two officers were hospitalized with injuries, troopers say.
    Waters was believed to have barricaded himself inside the home, troopers say, and he was later found dead inside the house.

    The highway patrol said Morton was a full-time officer in Clinton from February 2015 until January 2017.

    Morton stayed on as a reserve officer, the patrol said, but went back to full-time in September, a month after a Clinton police officer was shot and killed.

    Officer Gary Michael, 37, was fatally wounded after a traffic stop in Clinton in August.

    https://www.news-leader.com/story/ne...say/403946002/

  14. #1974
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=fLGFgkDzpOw
    2:31

    NEWS NOW
    Published on Feb 25, 2018
    Teenager, 18, admits to killing Memphis couple inside their home and then setting their apartment building on fire,
    Tennessee police say a teenager admitted to killing a married couple inside their Memphis apartment and then set the building on fire.

    The Memphis Police Department charged 18-year-old Aareon Berryman with two counts of first-degree murder, aggravated robbery and aggravated arson on Saturday.

    Berryman was also slapped with two drug-related offenses, including possession marijuana with the intent to manufacture or sell, and possession of ecstasy with the intent to manufacture or sell.

  15. #1975
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Former Akron resident sentenced to life in prison for repeatedly raping two girls

    Mar 6


    AKRON, Ohio - A Summit County judge on Tuesday sentenced a former Akron resident to life in prison for repeatedly raping two girls over a five-year period.

    Judge Alison McCarty sentenced Anthony W. Long immediately after he pleaded guilty to two counts of rape of a child under age 13, a first-degree felony, in Summit County Common Pleas Court, prosecutors said.

    Long, 59, of Erie, Pennsylvania will be eligible for parole in 20 years, prosecutors said.

    If Long is released from prison, McCarty ordered him to register as a Tier III sex offender every 90 days for the rest of his life.

    The rapes happened from 2010 to 2015 when the girls were between 8 and 13 years old, prosecutors said. The girls also told investigators that Long physically and emotionally abused them, according to court records.

    Long moved to Pennsylvania in 2015. U.S. Marshals arrested him July 10, 2017 in Erie and brought him back to Akron.

    http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index...rt_river_index

  16. #1976
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Mother Of Accused Atmore Shooter Charged With Attempted Murder

    March 8, 2018


    The mother of a teen accused in a shooting last week in Atmore has been arrested.

    Yashetta McKenzie, 36, is charged with attempted murder. She was allegedly driving the car from which her son, 17-year old DeAndre Lamar Mitchell, opened fire, shooting 17-year old Trenton Atchison on the afternoon of February 27.

    McKenzie is being held on a $150,000 bond. McKenzie drove Mitchell to the Atmore Police Department a shot time after the shooting. He was charged with attempted murder as an adult. Police say more arrests are possible in the case.

    Police said Atchison was shot when Mitchell fired at a group of classmates gathered in a porch on the 300 block of East 4th Street off Martin Luther King Avenue. Officials believe the shooting may have been retaliation after a fight that happened at Escambia County High School in Atmore.

    Atchison was conscious and able to identify Mitchell as the shooter.

    http://www.northescambia.com/2018/03...tempted-murder

  17. #1977
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Parents Arrested for Making Threats Against a Dover School

    DOVER, Del.- The Dover Police Department reports two parents were arrested for making threats against William Henry Middle School on Tuesday afternoon.

    Police said that shortly after 3 p.m. Tuesday, Nathaniel Hampton, 26, and Vanessa Alston, 33, went to the school demanding to know where their son was. Witnesses say the two were shouting and cursing, claiming their son had not returned home from school. According to a police report, Alston made threats to kill while she was inside the school where staff and students were still present. Police said that when officers arrived on the scene, they smelled marijuana on both Hampton and Alston, who also appeared to be intoxicated and were uncooperative with officers.

    Police arrested both Hampton and Alston. They said they also found Hampton had 4.1 grams of marijuana in his possession. Police later found out from school officials that Hampton and Alston's son was on his way back to the school from an out-of-state field trip that his parents gave him permission to attend. The child was put into the care of his grandmother upon his arrival.

    Both Hampton and Alston were charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and public intoxication. Hampton was also charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Alston was also charged with terroristic threatening.

    Both were released on unsecured bond by Justice of the Peace Court 7.

    http://www.wboc.com/story/37614885/p...a-dover-school

  18. #1978
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Charges: Woman kidnapped outside Minneapolis apartment, gang raped


    Feb 27 2018 07:05PM CST

    A woman was taken at gunpoint from outside her Minneapolis apartment and driven to a rural area near Scandia, Minn. last October before being raped by at least three men, running barefoot into a wooded area a short time later in an attempt to escape, according to a criminal complaint filed Monday.

    Now, following a DNA test that matched him to the incident, 23-year-old Deonte Darnell Lawson is facing seven charges for criminal sexual conduct, kidnapping and vehicle theft. 17-year-old Darrius Freeman was also charged in a juvenile petition with a bevy of similar counts, while police say they've already identified the third man.

    "This was a horrendous ordeal for the young woman and she rightly feared for her life,” Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said. “She showed great courage and cleverness in finally escaping."

    The incident happened just after midnight Oct. 16 as the victim was unloading something from the trunk of her vehicle. The three men forced the victim into her own car and drove away in it, taking her credit cards and other valuables before stopping at White Castle for food.

    After driving to a rural area and sexually assaulting the woman, she was able to convince the men they needed to stop at a gas station. Once stopped, she ran into a nearby wooded area and hid until the men left with her car, knocking on the door of several people living above the gas station to call the police.

    Surveillance footage from the gas station, as well as a Walmart where the men reportedly made several purchases with the woman's credit cards, helped police to identify the men involved.

    "Police did a good job of investigating and we expect to prove the case in court and then ask for high sentences,” Freeman said.

    Lawson faces 30 years in prison and $40,000 in fines.

    http://www.fox9.com/news/charges-wom...ent-gang-raped

  19. #1979
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Sketch released of alleged rape suspect wanted for attacking 13-year-old

    DeKalb County Police said it happened Friday, February 23.


    STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. - A suspect is wanted for the alleged rape of a 13-year-old girl along railroads tracks in Stone Mountain.

    DeKalb County Police said it happened Friday, February 23 on South Stone Mountain Lithonia Road, at Walker Road, along the railroad tracks.

    The suspect is described as a black male in his early twenties, 5 feet 5 inches tall, with a short afro. He was dressed in all black clothing. Police provided a sketch of the suspect.

    http://www.11alive.com/article/news/...d/85-524081370

  20. #1980
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Police: Md. man arrested for throwing sulfuric acid on female roommate’s face, upper body

    HYATTSVILLE, Md. (ABC7) —

    A Prince George's County man has been arrested for allegedly throwing sulfuric acid on his female roommate’s face and upper body.

    Bekre Abdela, 28, was arrested and charged Monday with attempted murder, assault and additional charges.

    According to Prince George's County police, Abdela threw sulfuric acid at his female roommate, an adult female, during a roommate dispute on Feb. 24 at his address in the 1000 block of East-West Highway in the unincorporated portion of Hyattsville. When officers responded to a call about the dispute around 7:30 p.m., they found the victim suffering from apparent chemical burns.

    Abdela fled the scene following the attack, police said, but was found and arrested two days later on Monday.

    Police said Abdela admitted his involvement in the attack of the victim.

    The victim was taken to a hospital, where she remains in critical condition, according to police.

    A motive in the incident is still under investigation.

    http://wjla.com/news/local/police-md...ace-upper-body

  21. #1981
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Chester Police Officer Charged With Assault Had Job Despite History of Alleged Sexual Misconduct

    Why did a Chester police officer with a history of alleged sexual misconduct still have a job? NBC10 investigates.


    A woman who investigators say was groped and forcibly kissed by a Chester police officer is speaking out as questions arise regarding why the officer had the job despite his history of alleged sexual misconduct.

    Carla Kirksey was in tears while speaking to NBC10 about Chester police officer Albert Dion Ross.

    "I'm not crying because I'm scared," Kirksey said. "I'm crying because I'm mad. Because he took advantage of the situation."

    Kirksey said she first saw Officer Ross in August of 2015 when they rode an elevator together in the city building that houses the Chester Police Department. While in the elevator, Ross allegedly groped and forcibly kissed her.

    "Instantly, pulled my boob out," Kirksey said. "And kissed it and sucked it. And come up from here and kissed my mouth! And I'm just shocked. I'm stunned. Nobody ever expects that to happen."

    Kirksey is one of four women who are now set to testify against Ross who investigators say has a history of sexual misconduct. During one incident, he allegedly told a woman to show him her breasts after responding to a call at her home. Detectives also say Ross was dismissed from a job as a corrections officer for sexually harassing a subordinate and was also accused of forcibly kissing another woman when he was employed by the Chester Housing Authority Police Department.

    All of Ross' accusers say he assaulted them while on the job for the city of Chester. Late last summer, NBC10 received a tip alleging that Chester's city council knew about the earlier concerns surrounding Ross but chose to look the other way.

    Former Chester Police Commissioner Joseph Bail was in Ross' job interview with the Chester City Council. He told NBC10 Ross admitted to the sexual harassment incident as well as the incident at the Chester Housing Authority. Bail believes the interview process should have stopped there.

    "You don't do this," Bail said. "If you know they have this prior problem, you don't do it."

    Bail and former Chester Mayor John Linder insist Ross had an influential leader on his side, Councilwoman Portia West. According to Linder, Councilwoman West helped Ross get the job and was an advocate for him even while knowing his history.

    "Oh she actually said that she was a friend of his mother's and he was a really good boy," Bail said.

    Bail and Linder say they were so concerned about Ross' history that they tried to contain him. According to records from state police, on two separate occasions, six months apart, both men refused to sign Ross' state credentials letter. Without the credential, Ross wasn't allowed to patrol on the streets.

    After Linder and Bail left their leadership roles however, Ross was made a full officer. He was arrested on charges of assault and official oppression only a year and a half later.

    "We told them more than once," Linder said. "And we drew the ire of the entire council because we told them that this guy was bad news."

    For several weeks, NBC10 tried to ask Councilwoman West about why Ross was hired but never received a response. West also didn't comment at the end of a council meeting NBC10 attended.

    A spokesperson for Councilwoman West said the city solicitor had told employees, including council members, not to speak about the topic because of the pending litigation. While Kirksey doesn't have the answers she wants, she's eager for her day in court.

    "I'm just sick by it," Kirksey said. "And it sucks. It sucks that they gave him this position and a badge to go around and do what he did!"

    In January, a magistrate judge ruled that there is sufficient evidence for the case against Ross to move forward. His first pre-trial conference is set for Monday.

    https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/inve...475486573.html

  22. #1982
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    'Very bad guy' jailed after reaching for gun, biting Hoover police officer

    Mar 7


    A Huntsville man is under arrest after authorities say he bit a Hoover police officer.

    Patrick Earl Trotman-El, 33, was arrested Tuesday afternoon outside Walmart on U.S. 280. Hoover police Capt. Gregg Rector said a patrol officer stopped a motorist - later identified Trotman-El - shortly before 4:30 p.m. as he was pulling into the store parking lot.

    The driver, Rector said, was immediately uncooperative, exiting his vehicle and then re-entering and reaching for the center console. A physical altercation ensued when the officer realized the suspect was reaching for a handgun.

    The struggle continued until two citizens came to the aid of the officer, helping him subdue the suspect. The officer sustained a bite wound on his arm and was treated and released from Brookwood Freestanding E.R.

    Rector said police learned Trotman-El was wanted for a probation violation on an aggravated assault case from Dekalb County Georgia. The handgun in his possession was also stolen out of Huntsville.

    Detectives on Thursday obtained additional arrest warrants charging him with second-degree assault, being a felon in possession of a firearm, resisting arrest and obstructing governmental operations.

    He was transferred from the Hoover City Jail to the Shelby County Jail where he was being held on $33,500 bond.

    "This police officer was simply doing his job and he wound up in a violent struggle with a suspect trying to grab a handgun,'' Rector said. "We can't praise and thank these two citizens enough who came to the aid of our officer. They put themselves in harm's way to help a policeman arrest a very bad guy."

    "This situation was a recipe for disaster if they had not come along and intervened when they did,'' he said. "The outcome could have been much worse."

    http://www.al.com/news/birmingham/in...fter_reac.html

  23. #1983
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Ex-boyfriend met her for paternity test. She was ‘never seen or heard from again,’ Arizona cops say

    March 08, 2018 07:06 PM

    All it took was a piece of paper and some gasoline sprinkled on the Arizona woman’s body, police said.

    Then Antwaun Travon Ware, 20, lit a cigarette and set fire to the beaten body of his ex-girlfriend Jasmine Dunbar, 21, on Tuesday night, police said. “He watched as Jasmine burned,” according to a Phoenix police report obtained by KTVK. Ware told police Dunbar was already dead when he lit the fire.

    Ware and Dunbar had planned to meet up that evening so Ware could take a paternity test, Dunbar’s godmother told police. But “Jasmine was never seen or heard from again,” the police report said. Calls to her phone after her disappearance went straight to voicemail.

    That’s because Ware had gotten into a physical fight with Dunbar after he picked up the ex-girlfriend and her child around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, as Ware ultimately confessed to police. Ware punched Dunbar “a number of times with his fist,” according to the police report. Ware then left Dunbar’s body in a field, still alive, he told police.

    But at that point Ware still had Dunbar’s infant daughter in the back seat of his car, Ware told police. Eventually Ware said he “panicked” and dropped the child off on the side of the road “because he saw people nearby and believed they would find her and take care of her,” according to the police report.

    Later, Ware went back and set the woman’s dead body on fire, police said. Ware was arrested Wednesday on charges of first-degree murder, abandoning a body, child abuse and more, according to the police report.

    Ware is being held at the Maricopa County Jail, 12 News reports.

    Police said that they are still waiting for official confirmation that the body belongs to Dunbar, the TV station reports. The remains have tentatively been identified as her.

    Dunbar was reported missing on Tuesday after her infant daughter was found alone on the side of the road in her car seat around 10 p.m., court records said. Near the 7-month old were a diaper bag, backpack, an adult shoe and a wallet with Dunbar’s identification inside, the Arizona Republic reports.

    A Phoenix police helicopter spotted the woman’s body less than a day after she was reported missing, at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday. The remains were significantly burned, the police report said.

    Police said that a signal from Ware’s phone also put him at the location where the burned body was recovered, according to the police report.
    http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nati...204222539.html

  24. #1984
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Man charged with attempted murder in 'heinous' beating of woman, 65

    SAGINAW, MI -- The man accused in the "heinous" beating and robbery of a 65-year-old woman in her downtown Saginaw office building was charged Tuesday with attempted murder.

    Timothy Green, 34, was arraigned Tuesday, Feb. 13, on one count of assault with intent to murder, a life offense, and unarmed robbery, a 15-year felony.

    Green allegedly walked into the fourth-floor offices of READ Association of Saginaw County, a children's literacy nonprofit, beat part-time worker Kathy Rogers and made off with her purse, the felony court complaint stated.

    The attack, which Saginaw Police Detective Sgt. Matt Gerow characterized as "heinous" and "beyond brutal," occurred around 9:50 a.m. Feb. 6 in the Jefferson One building, 100 S. Jefferson Ave.

    Rogers was alone when the assault occurred. Officers found her three hours later, lying on the floor in a pool of blood, Gerow said.

    Police were tipped off when a witness reported seeing a man discard a bloodied coat and purse into a dumpster near the Saginaw Board of Education building on Millard Street about a quarter mile from the office.

    A Saginaw County Sheriff's Office deputy went to the home of the woman who the purse belonged to and found her husband, who told the deputy his wife wasn't home and where she worked.

    Rogers was flown to an Ann Arbor hospital for treatment of injuries. She was last reported Friday as in critical but stable condition.

    District Judge M. Randall Jurrens ordered Green's bond denied on the basis of parole violation.

    Green was paroled from state prison in December 2016. Since his release, he was under court-ordered mental health treatment due to a variety of issues, including thoughts of violence, according to court records.

    He was sentenced to prison in the early- to mid-2000s, according to Michigan Department of Corrections records, on charges of on attempted arson of a house, unlawful driving away an automobile, resisting or obstructing a police officer and receiving or concealing stolen property worth more than $1,000 but less than $20,000.

    While incarcerated, psychologists noted Green displayed self-harm, paranoid thoughts, delusions and hallucinations. He once attacked his cellmate because voices said the man killed his mother, according to court records.

    After parole, he was petitioned to mental health treatment in Saginaw County. He was briefly hospitalized for several days in May 2017 because he was "presenting with psychotic symptoms and is not compliant with his medication."

    "He is having suicidal ideation and homicidal ideation with a plan," the assessment read.

    Green made statements about harming people, such as "We are overpopulated already" and "Probably stab someone to death," according to court documents from that time.

    The last entry in Green's case was in December 2017 for a six-month review.

    In the review, a doctor concluded Green's treatment was beneficial but that it should continue another six months "based on (his) past verbal reports of auditory and visual hallucinations, increased paranoia, suicidal and homicidal ideation."

    Green's next court appearance is 11 a.m. March 6 before District Judge Terry L. Clark for a preliminary examination.

    http://www.mlive.com/news/saginaw/in...mpted_mur.html


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=pxOrJp_yREg
    MLive
    Published on Feb 7, 2018
    A man seen discarding a bloodied coat and purse into a dumpster led police to find a 65-year-old woman robbed and severely beaten in her fourth-floor office Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 6, in downtown Saginaw. http://s.mlive.com/an3V5De

  25. #1985
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Here is the 65 year-old unfortunate victim of the above savage...



    I will bet that this savage negro had a lifetime of chaos and destruction on his record. And even more not on his record

  26. #1986
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Man charged with beating, molesting baby asks to move trial

    March 9, 2018


    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) A Fort Wayne man charged with beating and molesting his girlfriend’s 1-year-old baby wants to move his trial out of Allen County.

    Trumarkus Alexander’s defense team on Friday filed a motion for a change of venue for the proceeds related to his charges of Child Molesting, Battery Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury, Neglect of a Dependent, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by Serious Violent Felon, Criminal Recklessness and Resisting Law Enforcement. Attorneys argued that local media coverage and social media posts could prevent Alexander from getting a fair trial.

    Alexander was arrested Nov. 28 after an hours-long standoff at a home in the 2800 block of Knode Court.

    According to a probable cause affidavit, it was Nov. 25 when police were called to a Fort Wayne hospital about a 1-year-old girl who was taken there by her mother after she was found suffering from bruising to her head. The mother said her boyfriend – Alexander – had been caring for the baby the night before while she was at work, and he told her the baby fell off an air mattress, according to the affidavit.

    At the hospital, doctors found the child had “significant” bruising to her head, her left eye was swollen shut and her forehead was swollen and bruised, the affidavit said. The child also had bruising behind her left ear and a small cut behind her right ear, along with bruising to her torso, back and upper left arm, the affidavit said. She appeared to be in “extreme pain” and whimpered and cried and would say “owiee” while moving in the bed, the affidavit said.

    The child also appeared to have been sexually assaulted, the affidavit said.

    The next day, the girl’s mother told police at the hospital that she’d asked her daughter who hurt her. The child said, “T.A. work,” which the mother said it the girl’s nickname for Alexander, according to the affidavit.

    The woman’s 8-year-old son was then questioned by an Indiana Department of Child Services case worker. The boy told the case worker that when he went to bed that night, the baby was not hurt. The boy then said that after his mother took the baby to the hospital, he went with Alexander to his aunt’s home. There, the boy said he overheard Alexander tell the woman that the baby’s mother – his girlfriend – grabbed the baby by the head and threw it to the floor, then kicked it, according to the affidavit. The boy told the case worker he did not see any of that, though.

    Alexander refused to talk with police after his arrest, on the advice of his attorney, according to the affidavit.

    Allen Superior Court Judge Fran Gull is taking the motion for a change of venue under advisement. Alexander is scheduled to stand trial June 5.

    http://wane.com/2018/03/09/man-charg...to-move-trial/

  27. #1987
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Cab driver found dead in car; Winston-Salem man charged with murder

    Mar 8, 2018


    A Winston-Salem man has been charged with murder after a cab driver was found dead in his cab early Thursday near Forest Park Elementary School.

    Calvin Lee Moore Jr., 25, of the 4200 block of Whitfield Road was charged with first-degree murder in the death of 49-year-old Richard Dorman Webb, Winston-Salem police said.

    Officers went to the intersection of Tower and Peachtree streets at 3:50 a.m. Thursday to investigate a report of a Classic Cab that was parked with a door open. They found Webb’s body inside the car.

    Capt. Steve Tollie of the Winston-Salem Police Department said Moore was Webb’s customer.

    Tollie said police have an idea of what the motive was but are not releasing it at this time because the investigation is active.

    Tollie said Webb had visible injuries but it wasn’t clear what caused them. An autopsy is scheduled to be performed on Webb’s body today, Tollie said.

    A handgun was seized at the time of Moore’s arrest, police said in a news release.

    Police said evidence at the scene indicated that Webb’s death was suspicious. Police did not say what kind of evidence was found. Detectives with the police department’s criminal-investigations division took over the investigation into Webb’s death.

    “I was so sorry to hear this. I’m just so hurt,” said Bryan Dye, a friend of Webb’s. “He was a very nice guy.”

    Barry Abdul, the manager of the Classic Cab Company, said Webb had been driving a cab for the company for three years. Abdul said Webb worked during the day but volunteered to work Wednesday night because the company was short of drivers.

    “He had a great reputation,” Abdul said. “He was definitely a hard worker.”

    Webb was always willing to help out and only took breaks to eat, rest and feed his pets. According to his Facebook page, Webb had one dog and two pythons.

    Dye said he first met Webb years ago when Webb was working for another cab company.

    Dye had surgery and Webb drove him home in his cab. The two bonded.

    Webb frequently drove Dye around after that — sometimes for free — to doctor’s appointments and the two often bumped into each other at the bus station downtown, Dye said.

    “We just got real close,” said Dye, who is retired and disabled. “I knew he had a girlfriend and an ex-wife, but he didn’t talk too much about his personal life. He loved animals, that’s for sure, especially snakes.”

    Webb posted about his dog and two pythons frequently on Facebook. His recent posts also touched on possible depression over the past few months.

    Dye said that on one occasion when Webb was depressed, he had a pizza and soda delivered to Webb’s house to let him know someone cared.

    “He had a heart of gold,” Dye said. “He was gone too soon.”

    It was unclear Thursday who was caring for the animals.

    Webb graduated from Perquimans County High School in Hertford, according to his Facebook page.

    Tollie said Moore was arrested after a voluntary interview at the police department.

    Moore is being held in the Forsyth County lail without bond.

    Police said in the news release that detectives are continuing to gather evidence and talk to witnesses. No other suspects are being sought, police said.

    Moore is scheduled to appear in Forsyth District Court on March 29.

    Webb’s death is the seventh homicide in Winston-Salem this year. There was only one homicide at this time last year.

    Abdul said the cab company works hard to serve the community.

    “We try to use judgment and take care of the customers,” he said. “I always tell the drivers to be careful, but I guess when it’s your time, it’s your time.”

    http://www.journalnow.com/news/crime...1c406bed1.html

  28. #1988
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Man Arrested in Connection With 2 Sexual Batteries at UCLA; Police Seek More Victims

    March 1, 2018


    A man has been arrested in connection with two sexual batteries that occurred at UCLA last month, officials announced Thursday.

    Paris Carter, 28, was arrested on suspicion of sexual battery, false imprisonment and possession of a loaded firearm, Lt. Kevin Kilgore said during a news conference.

    Police linked Carter to the attacks and believe he may have victimized more people.

    “We need the public’s help because we cannot be everywhere all the time,” Kilgore said.

    The first incident occurred about 4:50 p.m. Feb. 5 in the 500 block of Veteran Avenue. The victim, a UCLA student, was walking home when she was approached by a man. The man allegedly touched himself then touched the victim, Kilgore said. The victim then screamed and the man ran away.

    The second incident occurred about 4:20 a.m. Feb. 26 in the 600 block of Levering Avenue. The victim, also a UCLA student, was walking home when she was chased by a man who caught up to her, restrained her and touched “the intimate parts of her body,” police said.

    The victim also screamed and the man ran away.

    On Wednesday, police responded to Kinross Avenue and Glendon Avenue and found Carter with a loaded gun. He was arrested and is in Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department custody.

    Kilgore said the incidents are not linked to fraternities on campus.

    “This is an outside person who has come into our community and victimized our community,” he said.

    http://ktla.com/2018/03/01/man-arres...-more-victims/

  29. #1989
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Suspected carjacker going by ‘Stinky Butt’ is becoming a slippery suspect in East Texas

    March 09, 2018


    Drashaydrian Hunter, 26, is making quite the name for himself — because of his nickname.

    And considering that Hunter is currently on the run from authorities in East Texas, that probably isn’t a very desirable thing for the suspected carjacker.

    See, Hunter goes by “Stinky Butt,” as the Jacksonville (Texas) Police Department noted in a news release detailing his most recent slip from the law.

    He was spotted Wednesday afternoon walking around Lincoln Park wearing a black hoodie and black jeans, and took off running into a wooded area near the park. An anonymous tipster gave police an idea of “Stinky Butt’s” whereabouts.

    Jacksonville police brought in a helicopter and canine units, according to the release, but not even then could they sniff out “Stinky Butt.”

    He first evaded authorities in the nearby town of Van, just outside Tyler, in November. According to KLTV, he gave police from those two cities the slip after taking off from a hospital wheelchair following a crash involving a stolen vehicle.

    Police say Hunter is the suspect in that carjacking and sustained injuries to his face, but was also photographed by police wearing a neck brace as a result of the incident, which occurred on Nov. 30, 2017.

    Hunter initially gave police his brother’s name when he was taken into custody and at the hospital.

    “He handcuffed him in the front, the officer got distracted for a second, and the person jumped up and ran from the emergency room back toward South Baxter,” Van Police Chief John Brown told the news station at the time. “The officer may have been sorting through all those things that happened in his mind, so it’s easy to get distracted.”

    According to the Jacksonville Police Department release, Hunter, a.k.a. “Stinky Butt” has warrants for his arrest in Kauffman, Van Zandt and Smith counties.

    His warrant in Jacksonville was issued Nov. 30 and pertains to a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, said Jacksonville Police Capt. Robert Mitchell.

    The Jacksonville Progress reported in December 2016 that Hunter was arrested for engaging in organized criminal activity and burglary of a building, and in 2010 for manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance, resisting arrest and possession of marijuana.

    Police will have to wait a while longer to crack the case of “Stinky Butt.”

    http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nati...204350689.html

  30. #1990
    You can tell the reporter really had fun writing the above story! But with a given name like Drashaydrian, it's no wonder he was given a nickname. However,I do NOT want to know who or why it was given to him!

    Summerthyme

  31. #1991
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Gang members KIDNAP cop during a 'routine' traffic stop and drive him a mile as other officers give chase in dramatic high-speed pursuit

    Officer Brian Wallace stopped the trio's car in Marietta, Georgia, on Saturday
    The driver Cody Moody got out and was being questioned by the side of the road
    He suddenly sprinted back into the driver's seat and Wallace followed him
    Two other men, Eyzaiya Moody and Walter Gadson Jr, were also in the vehicle
    With Wallace in a headlock, Moody and the others drove off
    Officers gave chase before the vehicle came to a stop at a dead end a mile away


    By Jennifer Smith For Dailymail.com

    9 March 2018

    Three gang members have been arrested for kidnapping a cop during a traffic stop and driving a mile with him in the vehicle as his partners gave chase.

    Officer Brian Wallace stopped Cory Moody's white Ford Fusion in Marietta, Georgia, 7.30am Thursday because he smelled drugs in it.

    Moody sprinted back into the driver's seat midway through the traffic stop.

    Wallace followed him and was dragged into the car where the driver placed him in a headlock.

    Eyzaiya Moody and Walter Gadson Jr were passengers in the vehicle.

    As Wallace struggled with Moody, one of them put the car into drive.

    Sergeant Brian Honea, who had been stationed at his patrol car, ran over to the men's car to try to pull Officer Wallace out.

    He was however pushed to the side and left lying on the floor as the men drove off with the driver's door still open.

    A high-speed chase ensued and other officers joined the pursuit until the men came to a stop at a dead end about one mile away.

    One of the men jumped out before the vehicle came to a stop and tried to run away but police caught up with them.

    The men had marijuana in the car and were also carrying handguns, according to the Marietta Police Department which shared footage of the chase on Facebook.

    'NO SUCH THING as "a routine traffic stop!" they said.

    The three men are all gang members from Massachusetts, they said.

    'While charges are not finalized yet, Cory Moody, Eyzaiya Moody and Walter Gadson Jr all face charges ranging from Assault, Obstruction, Fleeing and Eluding, Kidnaping, Felon in possession of a firearm including the original traffic violation charges,' it said.

    Officer Wallace was commended for pursuing the suspect into the car.

    'I could not be prouder of the group of Marietta Police Officers who were engaged in this situation,' Marietta Police Chief Dan Flynn said.

    'Because they are so highly trained, self-disciplined and well-coordinated they were able to end this extremely dangerous situation without anyone being injured or killed; officer or suspects.'

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ffic-stop.html

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=bDFmZu-sx4U
    4:16

  32. #1992
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    City lawyer arrested for shoving cop over blocked icy sidewalk

    March 9, 2018


    A senior lawyer for the city is facing a year in jail after allegedly barging onto a lower Manhattan street that was blocked with police tape because of falling ice — and then tussling with the cop who tried to stop him.

    “I work for Corporation Counsel, and I have to get down the block!” Karl Ashanti, 44, told the cop as he stormed down Park Place just west of City Hall Park, according to a law-enforcement source.

    “Get out of my way!” Ashanti allegedly shouted before shoving the cop’s shoulder and then flailing his arms like a penguin to avoid getting cuffed.

    As a senior lawyer in the city’s Special Federal Litigation division, Ashanti defends NYPD cops against civil-rights lawsuits.

    But Thursday morning, Ashanti began shouting at the First Precinct cop who confronted him for crossing the tape, according to a criminal complaint against him.

    The tape was up to keep pedestrians like Ashanti off the block “due to unsafe and icy conditions,” the complaint says.

    “When I asked the defendant to stop and leave the area, he refused,” the cop, Officer John Shapiro, told prosecutors, according to the complaint.

    “I then observed that the defendant began yelling at me, in substance, that he would not turn around.

    “I repeatedly asked the defendant to leave the unsafe blocked-off area, and he repeatedly refused,” Shapiro told prosecutors.

    Meanwhile, several other pedestrians took advantage of the situation by bolting past the police tape, Shapiro said.

    “Because I was attempting to get the defendant to leave, I could not stop these other people from entering the unsafe blocked-off area,” the cop told prosecutors.

    When the officer wouldn’t back down in demanding Ashanti leave, the livid lawyer allegedly took things to the next level, shoving Shapiro in the right shoulder — twice.

    Out came the handcuffs, but according to Shapiro, Ashanti kept fighting.

    When Shapiro tried to arrest Ashanti, the lawyer “shoved me again, refused to put his hands behind his back, and flailed his arms, thus making it more difficult to handcuff him and place him under arrest,” the officer said.

    Ashanti spent most of Thursday in custody before being arraigned on a misdemeanor charge of obstructing governmental administration, which is punishable by up to one year in jail. He was also charged with resisting arrest and harassment.

    “I really don’t have any comment,” Ashanti told a reporter.

    He’s due back in court on March 26.

    https://nypost.com/2018/03/09/city-l...-icy-sidewalk/

  33. #1993
    The police are periodically thinning this herd of animals but the process is taking entirely too long and is burdened by the legal system.

    It appears that the only solution is for the police to receive some assistance from anonymous supporters.

  34. #1994
    Just reading this thread at face value, I'd say that it's sole intent is to rile up readers to the point where they grab the handiest weapon and run out into the street and start a white vs black civil war. Why not look beyond these type of savage crimes to what is really instigating it? After all starting a white vs black civil war is exactly what the so-called evil elite want to happen, to cause the kind of chaos they want so they can charge in and impose dictatorial law on the masses. Why not somehow go after the evil elite, or at least point the finger of blame at them rather than at the savage blacks who seem to be putty in the hands of these evil elite?

  35. #1995
    Join Date
    Aug 2014
    Location
    Upstate South Carolina
    Posts
    5,225
    Quote Originally Posted by duffer View Post
    Just reading this thread at face value, I'd say that it's sole intent is to rile up readers to the point where they grab the handiest weapon and run out into the street and start a white vs black civil war. Why not look beyond these type of savage crimes to what is really instigating it? After all starting a white vs black civil war is exactly what the so-called evil elite want to happen, to cause the kind of chaos they want so they can charge in and impose dictatorial law on the masses. Why not somehow go after the evil elite, or at least point the finger of blame at them rather than at the savage blacks who seem to be putty in the hands of these evil elite?
    No, the purpose of this thread is to alert all who read it,
    to the savagery of the African race not only in the FUSA,
    but worldwide.

    The African race, has been like this since The Stone Age,
    and their controlling culture, the tribal jungle culture,
    demands of them absolute violence, destruction and mayhem.

    Research the 1994 Rwandan Civil War,
    where nearly a million victims were hacked to death
    by machetes. There were no White peoples there,
    only the African tribes, the Hutus and the Tutsis

    The reason that it is so bad now in the FUSA regarding
    the FUSA African race, is there are no longer any controls
    on their behaviors, which existed prior to the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
    That act placed the FUSA African race, up onto a pedestal,
    making the race a protected class.

    I have had old Black folks tell me this, decades ago,
    and Blacks in my own family, have said similar.

    It is only going to get worse, much worse.
    The vast majority of FUSA Africans, have an average IQ of 70,
    and most are simply incapable of functioning in a
    1st world society, if it was not for the vast welfare system,
    that has been setup for their behalf.

    Once that welfare system, can no longer provide what basically
    is bribery, all hell with come to these shores, hell that will be
    delivered by the FUSA African race.

    Please be safe everyone, and please arm up.

    Regards to all deplorables.

    Nowski
    "Read everything, listen to everyone, believe absolutely nothing,
    unless you can prove it with your own research." Milton William Cooper

    "Life is a glass, half empty, of spoiled milk, sitting in a bed of thorns." Nowski

  36. #1996
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Convicted sex offender is charged with kidnapping and murdering Ohio State student - two days after her nude body was found shot dead near a public park

    Brian Golsby, 29, was arrested Saturday on charges of aggravated murder, kidnapping and aggravated robbery, Grove City police said
    He is accused of shooting dead 21-year-old Reagan Stokes, who was last seen leaving work at a Columbus restaurant Wednesday night
    Police say they arrested Golsby after finding Tokes' car near his Columbus residence and matching his DNA with evidence gathered in and around the car
    Golsby pleaded guilty in 2011 to Franklin County robbery and attempted rape charges


    By Clemence Michallon For Dailymail.com and Associated Press and James Wilkinson For Dailymail.com

    Published: 12:48 EST, 11 February 2017

    A convicted sex offender released from prison in November has been charged in the shooting death of a 21-year-old Ohio State University student, two days after she was shot dead and her nude body was found near a public park.

    Brian Golsby, 29, was arrested Saturday on charges of aggravated murder, kidnapping and aggravated robbery in Reagan Tokes' death, Grove City police said.

    Reagan was last seen leaving work at Columbus restaurant Bodega Wednesday night.

    Her nude body was found Thursday near the main entrance to Scioto Grove Metro Park, around 15 minutes' drive south of Bodega.

    Tokes grew up outside Toledo and was a fourth-year psychology major at Ohio State.

    Police said they arrested Golsby after finding Tokes' car near his Columbus residence and matching his DNA with evidence gathered in and around the car.

    Golsby pleaded guilty in 2011 to Franklin County robbery and attempted rape charges.

    Reagan's family has now started a Go Fund Me, hoping to create a scholarship in her name to help a student attend her or his dream school.

    He sister Makenzie said in a heartbroken tweet Friday: 'The fact that our teachers from middle school are calling just shows how much of an impression you made on them. Everyone loves you.'

    A service for Reagan has been planned at Maumee United Methodist Tuesday and Wednesday.

    Her body was found around 100-150 yards from the park's entrance by a passerby, who called police at around 1:10 pm, according to The Columbus Dispatch.

    Police said at the time it was unclear whether she was shot there, or if she was killed elsewhere and her body dumped.

    However, no shell casings were found in an initial search of the park, an officer said.

    On Wednesday Makenzie, told The Tab that the psychology student had been seen approaching her car on security cameras, but it wasn't clear whether she reached the vehicle.

    She also said the last message delivered to Reagan's phone was sent at 10:30 pm. There was no reply.

    'She was supposed to contact us after her shift last night and did not,' Makenzie said. 'We assumed she went home and slept but we weren’t able to get through her phone this morning and her roommates said she didn’t come home.

    'I reached out to her roommates this afternoon to find out they hadn't seen her or heard from her since before her shift last night.'

    On Thursday evening Makenzie tweeted: 'You hear about these things on the news but you never think it could happen. I love you with all my heart gee gee.'

    Later, she tweeted Donald Trump with the message: 'Security is a major issue if my sister was killed leaving her job last night. Please do all you can to keep us safe.'

    She wasn't the only one paying tribute to the slain student. Reagan's uncle, Jamie Tokes, previously shared a heartbreaking update on Facebook after the body was found.

    'Thank you all for your prayers and support for my beautiful niece/god daughter Reagan Tokes that went missing at OSU last night,' he wrote. 'This afternoon, her body was found.

    'Words can't express the pain we are feeling as a family.'

    Reagan's friends also spoke of their love for her. Twitter user Maddie wrote: 'I am hearbroken and sick to my stomach. rest in peace Reagan. prayers to the Tokes family. heaven gained an angel.'

    A girl named Amber tweeted: 'Rip beautiful, love you lots. this can not be real.'

    Steph Fragale, a friend of Reagan's who had tried to get the word out about the missing student on Wednesday, tweeted: 'Absolutely heartbroken.'

    And Jordyn Cousino simply said: 'I love you @reaganstokes.'

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...nts-death.html

  37. #1997
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNYmAWkR3MI
    2:38

    Published on Mar 10, 2018

  38. #1998
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Cleveland man accused of shooting man in back four times during dominoes game

    Mar 9


    CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A Cleveland man faces an attempted murder charge after he shot a man in the back four times at close range during a game of dominoes, according to police records.

    Elroy Hall, 30, is charged in the shooting of a 33-year-old man about 7:15 p.m. Sunday at a home on Holmes Avenue between St. Clair Avenue and East 152nd Street in the South Collinwood neighborhood.

    A warrant for his arrest was issued on Wednesday. He has not been arrested.

    A 28-year-old woman said she knew Hall because he dates her cousin. She was with a different cousin and the 33-year-old gunshot victim as they played dominoes and drank in the home, according to a Cleveland police report.

    Hall showed up and the group continued to hang out in the living room. Hall pulled out a silver revolver and the woman told him to put it away, the report says.

    Hall flashed the gun a second time. The woman said he accidentally fired it and shot her in the leg, the report says.

    The 33-year-old man ran to her aid as she fell to the floor, the report says. While the man was standing in a bedroom with his back turned, Hall approached him and shot him in the back, court records say.

    Court and police documents do not list a possible motive in the shooting, but records say that Hall "purposely" tried to take the man's life.

    Hall pleaded guilty in 2007 to attempted carrying a concealed weapon, but has no other convictions in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court, records show.

    http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index...r_mobile_index

  39. #1999
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Limestone County shooting victim dies, teenage brother now charged with murder


    ATHENS, Ala. -- The Limestone County Sheriff's Office confirms the victim in a shooting Monday night in East Limeatone has died.

    The victim's 17-year-old brother now faces murder charges as an adult.

    He's currently in the Limestone County Jail. No bond has been set.

    Deputies and investigators responded to a shooting in the 16000 block of Wellhouse Drive around 6:30 Monday night.

    "Somebody inside the residence, advising that somebody had been shot," said StephenYoung with the Limestone County Sheriff's office.

    They found a 21-year old man who had been shot multiple times. The victim was transported to Huntsville Hospital where he remains in critical condition. Investigators say the shooting happened inside the home as a result of a domestic altercation. Young said shortly after they arrested Kobe Keshon Peoples,17.

    "It wasn't a random thing or just somebody going around shooting people," Young said. "It was the result of a domestic altercation."

    Young said after investigators interviewed witnesses it became clear peoples lived with and was related to the victim.

    "They determined pretty quickly that the victim had been shot by his younger brother," Young said.
    http://whnt.com/2018/02/27/limestone...cal-condition/

  40. #2000
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    "outside the box"
    Posts
    27,399
    Judge says Elyria man accused of biting off part of trooper's ear unfit for trial at this time

    Mar 9


    ELYRIA, Ohio -- A Lorain County judge ordered mental-health treatment for a man accused of biting off part of a State Highway Patrol trooper's ear in an effort to make him fit to stand trial sometime in the next year.

    Judge Raymond Ewers ruled Wednesday that Cornelius L. Carey Jr. is not competent to stand trial at this time. But the judge determined there is a "substantial probability" that treatment could improve Carey's condition, according to court records.

    Carey's defense attorney, Jack W. Bradley, said Carey is schizophrenic. Bradley said Friday that he is unsure if treatment will help make Carey fit to stand trial.

    Ewers ordered Carey committed to Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare for treatment. Carey will transfer there from the Lorain County Jail as soon as a bed is available, Bradley said.

    Doctors at District V Forensic Diagnostic Center assessed Carey, who pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in the case, court records say.

    Ewers scheduled a Sept. 5 hearing to get an update on Carey's condition, court records say.

    Carey, 44, is charged with felonious assault, kidnapping, obstructing official business and resisting arrest in the case.

    He is accused of biting off part of Trooper Lance Deshuk's ear during a Jan. 11 scuffle in LaGrange Township.

    A woman called 911 just after 7:15 a.m. to report that Carey appeared drunk while wandering in the middle of the road. The woman was concerned Carey may be hit by a car, the Highway Patrol said.

    Deshuk found Carey, who became agitated and struck Deshuk in the face, the Highway Patrol said.

    Two more 911 callers reported Carey and Deshuk wrestling in the middle of the road. Carey put Deshuk in a choke hold, according to recordings of the 911 calls.

    Carey bit off part of Deshuk's ear before the trooper handcuffed Carey, the Highway Patrol said.

    Deshuk underwent surgery at a local hospital following the incident, the Highway Patrol said.

    http://www.cleveland.com/elyria/inde...rt_river_index

Tags for this Thread

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts


NOTICE: Timebomb2000 is an Internet forum for discussion of world events and personal disaster preparation. Membership is by request only. The opinions posted do not necessarily represent those of TB2K Incorporated (the owner of this website), the staff or site host. Responsibility for the content of all posts rests solely with the Member making them. Neither TB2K Inc, the Staff nor the site host shall be liable for any content.

All original member content posted on this forum becomes the property of TB2K Inc. for archival and display purposes on the Timebomb2000 website venue. Said content may be removed or edited at staff discretion. The original authors retain all rights to their material outside of the Timebomb2000.com website venue. Publication of any original material from Timebomb2000.com on other websites or venues without permission from TB2K Inc. or the original author is expressly forbidden.



"Timebomb2000", "TB2K" and "Watching the World Tick Away" are Service Mark℠ TB2K, Inc. All Rights Reserved.