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ARCHIVE for 27 May 2015
The Color of Crime - "Blacks are statistically 50 times more likely to attack whites than vice versa"

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

  27 May, 2015

    (Black) Gunman In North Dakota Wal-Mart Shooting ID'd As Airman - White victims
Marcell WillisLisa BraunGregory WeilandGRAND FORKS, N.D. - The gunman in a deadly Wal-Mart shooting in Grand Forks, North Dakota, has been identified as an airman from nearby Grand Forks Air Force Base. Police say 21-year-old Marcell Willis walked into the store shortly after 1 a.m. Tuesday and shot two employees with a handgun, killing one and injuring the other. Authorities say Willis tried to shoot another worker but missed, then killed himself. Police say the shooting appears to have been random. They haven't found a link between Willis and the Wal-Mart store or the employees. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Husband of (White) woman killed in Parma shooting speaks out - (black) suspect arrested
Brenda SmithDeion MartinPARMA, MO - The husband of a Parma woman killed in an armed robbery on May 18 speaks out just one day after her suspected killer was arrested. A Parma man suspected of killing a convenience store clerk in Parma was arrested in St. Louis Sunday afternoon. Brenda Smith, 59, of Parma was shot in the head and taken to a hospital in Dexter where she later died. Deion Martin, 19, of Parma faces a first degree murder, two counts of armed criminal action, and first degree robbery in the shooting death of Brenda Smith at a Parma gas station, D & L One-Stop on East Main Street, on May 18. Brenda Smith's husband, Jimmy Smith, says finding the suspect won't stop the pain of his family's loss, but Smith says knowing the community supports for justice for his wife, helps. "We are going to grieve and we are going to be strong because Brenda wouldn't have wanted it any other way," Smith said. "It makes a big difference when people support your family and your friends and the community comes together like that. For the family, it relieves a little bit of the pain." Sheriff Stevens says they acquired information from the lottery commission that Martin allegedly tried to cash in on a stolen lottery ticket in Dexter and in Bernie. The suspect asked Smith to open the safe and when she refused, he shot her in the head and then turned the gun on the other employee. That lady then told the suspect that she didn't know how to open the safe. That's when the suspect grabbed a few things and left. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Glasgow man charged with murder of (White) man
Sheldon Ray SaltsmanAnthony JinkinsA Glasgow man is charged with murder following an apparent assault that resulted in another man's death, according to the Barren County Sheriff's Office. Anthony Jinkins, 44, was arrested Saturday night by the BCSO and charged with murder following the death of Sheldon Saltsman, 37, of Glasgow. According to the sheriff's office, witnesses at 266 Carden Road on Saturday afternoon said Jinkins attacked Saltsman and struck him several times in the head. When deputies arrived at about 4:11 p.m., Saltsman was unresponsive on the floor and was later pronounced dead at T.J. Samson Community Hospital. Jinkins is being held at the Barren County jail on a $250,000 bond, according to the jail website. An autopsy was performed Sunday at the State Medical Examiner's Office in Louisville, and results are pending, according to the sheriff's office. The investigation is ongoing. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Anchorage cyclist attacked (by feral black youth) while riding to work on popular bike trail
Tim Kirkferal black youthAn Anchorage cyclist was attacked by a teenager Monday morning while commuting to work on the popular Lanie Fleischer Chester Creek Trail, according to Anchorage police and the cyclist's girlfriend. Cyclist Tim Kirk, identified by his girlfriend Julie Saddoris, remained in the hospital Monday following the alleged attack. Kirk, 43, was biking to work at 8:45 a.m. Monday, Anchorage Police Department spokesperson Anita Shell wrote in a release. He was about 80 yards west of the Goose Lake overpass, heading eastbound on the Chester Creek trail, when he came across three teenagers. One teenager was using a branch as a walking stick. Saddoris said that the three boys stepped aside, but as Kirk passed, one of the teenagers hit him in the face with a branch approximately 5 feet long and about 2 inches in diameter. “He didn’t think that there was any indication that they were going to do anything; it happened all of a sudden, just kind of random,” Saddoris said. Kirk continued to ride away, then eventually lost control and went into a ditch, Saddoris said, where he got out his phone and called 911. Passersby stopped to help him, and Kirk was then picked up by an ambulance, Saddoris said. Saddoris said that Kirk suffered “some skull fractures, (a) broken nose, broken orbital socket,” 23 stitches to the bridge of his nose, and additional stitches under one eye. Kirk will be held at the hospital overnight, Saddoris said, and is scheduled to have surgery in one week. The suspects walked away from the scene after the incident into the East High School neighborhood, Shell wrote. "The males were described as three black males all with medium skin tone complexion. The assailant is described as approximately 15 years of age, medium build with short hair. His acquaintance is described as a 17 or 18 year old, approximately 6 (feet) tall with short hair on the side and curly on top." - (Black-on-white)

    Janice Dickinson Suing Bill Cosby for Defamation After Response to Rape Allegations
Bill CosbyJanice Dickinson Janice Dickinson is "seeking justice" and suing Bill Cosby for defamation and emotional distress, her attorney Lisa Bloom tells E! News. "Janice is not only alleging that Bill Cosby drugged and raped her in 1982, but he re-victimized her in 2014 by sending out his representatives to publically ridicule her. That's called defamation." "I would like Cosby to come out and at least acknowledge that he is a pig, he is a monster, and he raped me," Dickinson said. - (Black-on-white)

    Cleveland protester arrested for throwing sign through restaurant window - knocking White man unconscious
a Cleveland protester arrestedvictim of Cleveland protester assault
    Three people were arrested after a demonstrator threw a sign through a restaurant window, injuring a patron.
Two of them were detained for trying to interfere with the arrest of the person who threw the sign, Chief Williams said.

    (Black) Parolee charged in (White) Ark. teen's murder convicted of capital murder
Darrell DennisForrest Henry AbramsLITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- A man charged in the 2013 death of an Arkansas teen was convicted of capital murder, two counts of aggravated robbery, and kidnapping on Thursday. He was a parolee at the time of the teen's death. According to officials, Darrell Dennis was sentenced to automatic life without parole for the murder of 18-year-old Forrest Abrams. The judge also sentenced Dennis to life on four other felonies. In all, he's said to have been sentenced to five life sentences. Abrams was found dead at 11th and Woodrow streets in Little Rock in May of 2013. Police said the teen had been refueling his car with a friend when three black men demanded a ride at gunpoint. Dennis should have been behind bars instead of walking the streets the night Abrams died. Mayor Mark Stodola was quoted at the time as saying, "This is a horrible tragedy. A young man has lost his life because of, what I think, is a dysfunction in the system in terms of our parole system and monitoring." - (Black-on-white)

    State Seeks Death Penalty in Trial of Black Man for Murder of White Couple
Barry DavisJohn “Greg” HughesHeidi Ann RhodesWALTON COUNTY-- Wednesday began the three-day penalty phase in the Barry Davis murder trial. Monday, a jury found Davis guilty on 14 counts for murdering John Hughes and Hiedi Rhodes in 2012. During the penalty phase, jurors will hear from Davis' family and the victims' families, who will recommend or not recommend the death penalty for Davis. The judge will make the final decision. - (Black-on-white)
  • Witnesses Testify in Day Two of Barry Davis Trial - May 01, 2015
  • Attorneys open their cases in Davis murder trial - April 30, 2015
    DeFUNIAK SPRINGS — Barry Davis killed John “Greg” Hughes and Heidi Ann Rhodes on May 7, 2012 at Hughes’ home in Santa Rosa Beach. “Evidence will show he disposed of the bodies. Evidence will show they are dead. Death isn’t a body. It is the absence of life,” he said. “Their lives were ended by Barry Davis.” Tiffani Steward was Davis’ girlfriend on the day almost three years ago that Hughes and Rhodes were last seen, and she has told Walton County sheriff’s investigators she saw him kill them. Davis had made statements about disposing of the bodies by cutting them up and burning them.
  • Man Arrested in Murder of South Walton Couple - Feb 13, 2013

    Canada: (Black) Man accused of killing (White) Surrey hockey mom pleads guilty to lesser charge of manslaughter
Yosef Jomo GopaulJulie PaskallSURREY, B.C. — A man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in connection with the death of Surrey’s Julie Paskall, who was attacked outside the Newton Arena in December 2013. Yosef Jomo Gopaul, 28, entered the plea during an appearance in provincial court in Surrey on Friday morning. He was initially charged with second-degree murder. Gopaul also pleaded guilty to robbery in connection with an incident that took place almost two weeks before the attack on Paskall. Shortly after 9 p.m. on Dec. 29, Paskall arrived at the Newton Wave Pool parking lot. She was heading to the adjacent Newton Arena to pick up her son, who was refereeing a hockey game. Paskall got out of her van and walked toward the arena, carrying her purse under her arm. When she was about 85 feet from her vehicle, Gopaul approached her from behind and threw a rock at the back of her head. Paskall fell, landing face down on the ground. Paramedics arrived and rushed Paskall to the hospital. She had no pulse, wasn’t breathing and was “essentially lifeless.” She was resuscitated at the hospital and placed on life support. On the morning of Dec. 31, Paskall was removed from life support and died. - (Black-on-white) - (Canada)

    (Black) Dallas man gets 23 years in prison for shooting (Whtie) police officer last year
 Rakeem PerkinsJoshua BurnsThe jury deliberated for more than an hour before sentencing Rakeem Perkins to 23 years in prison for shooting former Dallas Police Officer Josh Burns in 2014. Perkins' family and friends became emotional after the verdict was read. Victim impact statements are up next. - (Black-on-white)
    A 22-year-old Dallas man was convicted Thursday in the 2014 shooting of a former Dallas police officer at a Far Northeast Dallas apartment complex. It took a Dallas County jury about a half-hour to find Rakeem Perkins guilty on one count of aggravated assault of a public servant in the shooting of 31-year-old former Officer Joshua Burns. On Feb. 15, 2014, Burns and another officer were investigating a domestic disturbance at an apartment complex in the 1300 block of Audelia Road when they encountered Perkins, who was sitting in a vehicle. Perkins began shooting, and the officers returned fire. Burns was hit in the shoulder, chest and legs. A ballistics vest protected him from a shot to the chest, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said at the time. Perkins, who also was wounded in the shootout, fled on foot and was the subject of a daylong manhunt before his mother brought him to police headquarters. He was charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a public servant, but he was tried on only one count.

    (Black) L.A. Firefighter Convicted of Beating (White) Woman Unconscious for Feeding Stray Cats
Ian Justin EulianIan Justin EulianLonieta FontaineRebecca StaffordA former Los Angeles firefighter was found guilty Thursday of beating a woman who was feeding stray cats in their West Adams neighborhood in an attack that was caught on surveillance camera. Ian Justin Eulian, 39, was found guilty of one count each of battery with serious bodily injury and assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury, according to a news release from the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. Eulian claimed the cats the victim was feeding had attacked his dog and were littering his yard, prosecutors said. He confronted the woman as she sat inside her parked car on Sept. 14, 2013. Surveillance video showed Eulian lean into the car and yell at the woman, who then threw cat kibble at him. He then punched the woman twice, pulled her out of her car and hit her again as she fell to the ground unconscious, the release stated. - (Black-on-white)

    Quadruple-murder suspect faces arraignment in Washington, D.C
    Manhunt for (black) DC murder suspect moves to Brooklyn
Daron Dylon WintDaron Dylon WintSavvas Savopoulos, 46; Amy Savopoulos, 47; their son, Philip; and housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa, 57,The manhunt for the quadruple murder suspect believed to have killed a Washington executive, his family and a housekeeper before torching their mansion and escaping with $40,000 in cash is now focused in Brooklyn, police said Thursday. Daron Dylon Wint, who Washington police said previously worked for Savvas Savopoulos at American Iron Works, is believed to be hiding some 230 miles northeast of the crime scene, which he fled in Amy Savopoulos' Porsche after committing the murders and setting their home on fire. "We have information that we believe Mr. Wint is currently in the Brooklyn, N.Y.," said Washington Police Chief Cathy Lanier. Police reportedly believe Wint, a career criminal who has been arrested for assault and rape in the past, held the family over a period of several hours, forcing them to have a parcel of cash delivered to their home. Savvas Savopoulos, 46; Amy Savopoulos, 47; their son, Philip; and housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa, 57, were found dead on the second floor of their burning home. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Vehicular homicide suspect has history of reckless, intoxicated driving offenses
Klifford Moss Jr.Marvin DeSellesThe Lafayette man charged with vehicular homicide following yesterday's St. Martin Parish crash has a history of reckless driving and driving under the influence in at least three parishes across the state. Klifford Moss Jr., 24, is accused of crossing the center line on La. 96 to pass vehicles and hitting motorcyclist Marvin Deselles head-on. Moss is believed to have been intoxicated. It's the third time he's been arrested after allegedly driving under the influence. - (Black-on-white)
  • Hit-and-run victim was retired (White) U.S. marshal
    The man who was killed in a St. Martin Parish hit-and-run motorcycle crash Tuesday morning was a retired federal customs agent and U.S. marshal. Marvin DeSelles, 69, of Broussard, was on his motorcycle heading eastbound on La. 96 near Windy Hill Road when a 2013 Nissan Altima crossed the centerline to pass two vehicles - including a Chrysler 300 - and slammed head-on into Deselles' Harley-Davidson motorcycle. DeSelles was ejected from his motorcycle. The Chrysler 300 ran over DeSelles and left the scene of the crash. DeSelles died at the scene. Family members said DeSelles was born and raised in New Orleans and served three tours in Vietnam. He and his wife Antoinette moved to Broussard after losing their home during Hurricane Katrina. DeSelles was an avid motorcyclist for more than 40 years. He and his wife were about to celebrate their 31st wedding anniversary.

    (White female) Police officer, suspect killed in Omaha shooting
Marcus WheelerErica Coppage-WilliamsOfficer Kerrie OrozcoOmaha's police chief says an officer shot while helping serve an arrest warrant has died, as has the suspect. Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said Wednesday that 29-year-old Officer Kerrie Orozco died at Creighton University Medical Center shortly after the 1 p.m. shooting. Schmaderer said the suspect, 26-year-old Marcus Wheeler, also died at the hospital. The gunfire erupted while officers were trying to serve a felony arrest warrant on Wheeler. He was wanted on warrant accusing him of previous shooting in Omaha. Paramedics performed CPR on both the officer and the suspect as they were taken to the hospital. Schmaderer says Orozco was a seven-year veteran of the department and worked in the gang unit. - (Black-on-white)

    Police: (Cowardly black thug) 'Suspect' arrested for attacking 87-year-old (White) woman in Delmar Loop
Angelo ScottWhite victim's injuriesWhite victimUNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. - An 87-year-old woman said she was attacked by a stranger in the Delmar Loop after she refused to give him money. Angelo Scott allegedly yanked the victim's purse then knocked her to the ground, according to investigators. Afterwards, police said he ran away from the scene, but witnesses chased down Scott to retrieve the woman's belongings. “I don't know whether I was scared or not,” the victim said. “I can't tell you what I felt, because it all happened so quickly.” Police said the woman sustained injuries and bruising to her forearm, face, and head. Scott was arrested and faces robbery charges, authorities said. - (Black-on-white)

    Judge declines last-minute request to toss Gentilly home invasion murder charge
Joshua LeeChristopher LeeChad HuthWith a jury waiting in the wings to hear opening statements in a five-year-old murder case and the victim's family packing the courtroom gallery, a New Orleans judge on Tuesday (May 19) declined to grant Joshua Lee's last-minute request to toss out the charges. Lee, 23, is accused in the April 22, 2010, death of Chad Huth and the wounding of Huth's friend, during a home invasion in Gentilly. They were in Huth's home, in the 5300 block of Cameron Boulevard, at about 1 a.m. when gunmen stormed through the front door and started shooting. Huth was shot several times and died in his bathroom. His friend, then 23, was shot but escaped to hide under a neighbor's house, police said. A third person in the house was not injured. A grand jury charged Lee and his brother, Christopher Lee, in September 2010 with second-degree murder, attempted second-degree murder and aggravated burglary. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man found guilty of 2014 Gowen murder (of White man)
Jaman ParishBrent LuttrellKENT COUNTY, Mich. — It was a murder that shocked the small town of Gowen in September 2014 and now one of the suspects has been found guilty of actually killing the man. Kent County Prosecuters say Jaman Parish was convicted of felony murder and five other charges in the death of 34-year-old Brent Luttrell. Officials say Parish and a group of men broke into Lutrell’s Gowen area home in September 2014 and when the victim tried to get away he was stabbed and shot, then was dumped in the roadway. Parish also was found guilty on charges of armed robbery, first-degree home invasion, felony firearms and fourth-degree being a habitual offender. One of the other men involved, Christopher Duncan, also was sentenced to prison for his involvement. Kevin Berry, Issac Fezzey and Tyler Rohn await their day in court. - (Black-on-white)
  • 6 arrested in stabbing, shooting death - October 8, 2014
    The cousin, Josh Hanson, was hit in the face with the butt of a shotgun, but was not seriously hurt. Family memberssaid that the intruders then tied up the women and shot Luttrell’s dog. An autopsy found the cause of death was multiple gunshot and stab wounds. The prosecutor’s office did say drug involvement is suspected and that the homicide was not random, saying at least one of the suspects knew Luttrell. That one suspect may be Chris Duncan. He was also the ex-boyfriend of Lutrell’s girlfriend

    (Black) Eldorado man accused of stabbing, killing (white) pregnant woman, unborn child
Rodney Eugene BlackLatisha ReidelbergerELDORADO, IL - An Eldorado man faces murder charges after police say he stabbed a pregnant woman killing her and her unborn child. Rodney Eugene Black, 56, of Eldorado faces three murder charges and three intentional homicide of an unborn child charges. Police say Black stabbed a woman to death on April 17, killing her and her an unborn child. According to court records, Black stabbed Latisha Reidelberger multiple times with a knife. Records show Black knew Reidelberger was pregnant and had intent to cause harm to her or her unborn child. Black was taken to the Saline County Jail. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) Westland teen charged with murder (of White man) after noise complaint stabbing
Dion PattersonMatt GreenWESTLAND, Mich. - The teenager accused of stabbing a man to death Saturday morning after an argument over noise has been charged with murder. The suspect accused, 17-year-old Dion Patterson, was arraigned Monday on charges of felony murder, second degree murder, felonious assault and home invasion. Friends say the victim, Matt Green, lit up a room and describe him as unique and caring, a loving father, brother and son. Westland police say the 33-year-old Belleville man was stabbed to death inside his girlfriend's home in Westland. Police say Green and his girlfriend, along with another couple, returned home just after 2 a.m. and were apparently making too much noise outside. Their next door neighbors, Patterson's parents, came out. Police say the Pattersons told the group to be quiet, getting into an argument with Green and his friends. While both neighbors went inside, according to police about three minutes later Dion Patterson got out of bed and asked what happened. Allegedly he grabbed a kitchen knife, went through the side door of the home and stabbed Green. The young father later died at the hospital from his wound. - (Black-on-white)

    Suspect In Chelsea Dallas BBQ Chair (Gay) Bash Brawl Identified
Jonathan SnipesBayna El-AminNEW YORK – The NYPD believes they know the identity of the man caught on video smashing a chair over the heads of two men at a Dallas BBQ restaurant in Chelsea earlier this month. Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce identified the suspect as Bayna El-Amin. “He is a career criminal,” Boyce said. “We believe he has fled the state.” The shocking incident took place at around 11 p.m. on May 5. Boyce said the NYPD had identified El-Amin about a week ago. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man accused of stabbing Sylacauga woman to death arrested, charged with murder
Edmond Jeremiah WoodsCarrie IngramTALLADEGA COUNTY, AL - Talladega County authorities say a man accused of stabbing a Sylacauga woman to death has been arrested. Edmond Jeremiah Woods is charged with the murder of 34-year-old Carrie Ingram, who was found dead early Saturday morning. The coroner said Ingram was stabbed multiple times in her own home on Center Hill Road. Ingram was a mother of three and worked as a carrier for The Daily Home, according to the Anniston Star. According to her sister, Ingram's oldest daughter heard her mother screaming and ran to the sister's house for help. Unfortunately it was too late. The coroner's office responded to the home between 1 a.m. and 1:30 a.m. Saturday, May 16. Ingram was taken to Coosa Valley Medical Center where she was pronounced dead. Woods was taken into custody at a relative's house in Selma early Sunday morning, Talladega County Sheriff Jimmy Kilgore confirmed. Authorities have not yet released a motive for the stabbing, but Kilgore said it was the result of domestic situation. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    South Africa: Life terms for nun’s killers welcomed
Mondli Michael Shozi, left, 26, and Sibongiseni Phungula, 25.Getrud TiefebacherDurban - The sentences handed to the two KwaZulu-Natal men found guilty of the rape and murder of 86-year-old Catholic nun Getrud Tiefebacher in Ixopo last month was welcomed by the provincial commissioner on Friday. The men guilty of rape, murder, and robbery – 24-year-old Sbongiseni Phungula and 25-year-old Mondli Shoza – appeared in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Friday and were sentenced to two life terms each for murder and rape with a further sentence of 18 years each for robbery. - (Black-on-white)

    Investigators: (Interracial) Stafford couple killed in apparent murder-suicide
Ramon WilliamsAshley HoffmanSTAFFORD COUNTY, Va. — Stafford County investigators are calling a Friday night shooting a murder-suicide. Deputies found the bodies of 32-year-old Ashley Hoffman and 34-year-old Ramon Williams inside a home in the 300 block of Garrison Woods Drive. According to officials, a juvenile inside the home ran to a nearby relative’s home after hearing gunfire at the house just before 11:40 p.m. “When deputies arrived on scene they found a male and female deceased from gunshot wounds,” Stafford County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Bill Kennedy said. “The two decedents were boyfriend/girlfriend and lived at the residence.” Medics transported the bodies to the Medical Examiner’s Officer in Richmond where the exact causes of death will be determined. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) Man arrested on murder, DUI charges in connection with fatal York County hit-and-run, official says
Alyssa Lynne RhoadesKevin Anthony BooneA 56-year-old Grafton man is charged in connection with a February 1 hit-and-run that killed a York County woman and seriously injured another person. Alyssa Lynne Rhoades, 23, of Yorktown, died from injuries she suffered when she was hit by a vehicle on Route 17 in York County. Another person was also seriously injured. The driver did not stop, according to Virginia State Police. After a two-month investigation by Virginia State Police troopers and special agents, Kevin Anthony Boone was identified in connection with the incident. He was arrested and charged May 6, according to Anaya. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Driver Accused of Killing (White) Carlsbad Jogger Arrested
Joseph KnightNicole LynchThe Oceanside man accused of vehicular manslaughter in a Carlsbad jogger’s death was taken into custody Friday, the day after a warrant was issued for his arrest. Joseph Knight, 52, was at the Vista courthouse when Oceanside police officers recognized him and alerted a sheriff’s deputy. The deputy arrested Knight at about 5:30 p.m. Investigators say on Dec. 28, 2014, Knight was driving the Ford Expedition that veered onto a sidewalk and hit Nicole Lynch, 51, who was jogging with her daughter. Lynch died from her injuries. A police report says Knight told investigators he was distracted by his 3-year-old daughter in the back seat. Despite an outstanding warrant for failing to appear in court and driving on a suspended license, Knight was not arrested after the crash. - (Black-on-white)
  • Driver sought in fatal Carlsbad crash
    Around 7:10 a.m. on Dec. 28, Knight was driving north along Carlsbad Boulevard when he drifted onto the sidewalk, striking Nicole “Niki” Lynch from behind. The longtime first-grade teacher died en route to the hospital.

    OKC Police Arrest (Black) Driver Involved In Fatal Hit-And-Run At Wal-Mart Parking Lot - White male victim
Jabari BerryRodney LynchOKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City police have arrested a driver involved in a hit-and-run crash that killed an employee of a Wal-Mart neighborhood market early Friday morning. According to police, at about 3:15 a.m., officers responded to the report of a disturbance in the area of Hefner and N. Rockwell. Police learned that the suspect, 21-year-old Jabari Berry, had been creating a disturbance the Crest Store. Police said they initially learned that there were two victims at Crest who were assaulted by someone inside the store. One victim was a Crest employee, the other was likely a shopper. Both victims were punched three to five times in the face. Both had a busted lip and swollen faces. EMSA responded to the scene, but they refused to be transported to the hospital. Police said that it's unclear if Berry or the other people with him were the ones who assaulted the victims at Crest. After being kicked out of the store, Berry and several other individuals then got into a red SUV. Berry drove the SUV across the street to the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market. It was in the Neighborhood Market parking lot that Berry struck a 53-year-old Rodney Lynch with his vehicle. Police said Lynch was a Wal-Mart employee who was simply walking to his vehicle. He was transported to an area hospital, where he was pronounce deceased. - (Black-on-white)
  • A GoFundMe Account has been set up for the family Rodney Lynch to help with funeral expenses.

    Amber Alert Canceled For (White) 16-Month-Old Boy Taken During Carjacking; (Black) Suspect In Custody
Ayden Casteelsblack car jackerROMULUS – Police say an Amber Alert for a 16-month-old boy who was reportedly taken during a carjacking has been called off. Romulus police tell WWJ that the alert was called off Saturday around 8 a.m. after Ayden Casteels was located. Officials declined to release other details. Authorities had issued the alert earlier Saturday, saying Ayden was taken from the Howard Johnson hotel on Flynn Road, near Merriman Road, around 2:30 a.m. during a carjacking. According to reports, an unknown black man carjacked the vehicle and drove off with Ayden in the car. - (Black-on-white)
  • AMBER Alert issued for Michigan child
    The alert states Ayden Casteels, 16 months, was last seen at the Howard Johnson Hotel in Romulus. It says the boy was abducted by an unknown male suspect from there just before 2:30 a.m.–Casteels was in the car during a carjacking. asteels is a white male with brown eyes and brown hair.

    3 (blacks) charged with murder of (White) Clarksdale security guard
Kentavious Nolan, Jeremy Evans and Demarcus Bryant Finnis Melvin “Butch” Catledge (White) victim's family membersCLARKSDALE, MS - Three men are charged with shooting and killing a Clarksdale, Mississippi security guard. The shooting happened around 1 a.m. Tuesday at the Clarksdale public utility guard house in the 200 block of Hicks Street. Police say the 59-year-old security guard was inside the gate when he was shot by someone on the other side. The guard, who family members say is 59-year-old Finnis Melvin "Butch" Catledge III., died. Clarksdale Police Department arrested 16-year-old Kentavious Nolan, 20-year-old Jeremy Evans, and 21-year-old Demarcus Bryant. They are charged and are each being held in jail on $500,000 bond. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man Arrested In Connection With Mother's Day Home Invasion
Saquan Freemanwhite victimwhite victimwhite victimA Lexington man is in jail this morning in connection to a home invasion LEX 18 told you about last week. The home invasion happened around 3:00 a.m. on Mother's Day morning. Several people were inside a house on Suburban Court when four men broke in to burglarize the home. One man was injured badly enough to be transported to UK Hospital that morning. The suspect was arrested, five days after the attack. Lexington Police have charged Saquan Freeman, 18, with first degree burglary and seven counts of kidnapping. Freeman was armed with a deadly weapon when he held those seven people against their will. Freeman was named as a suspect by someone who knows him. Police then connected him to the scene by clothing he was wearing during the attack. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Driver charged in (White) retired officer's traffic death
Anton PalmerGeorge BrooksCINCINNATI —A driver involved in a crash that killed a retired Forest Park police officer has been arrested. Anton Palmer, 31, was charged with vehicular homicide and two counts of vehicular manslaughter for the death of George Brooks. Brooks was riding a motorcycle for a funeral procession on March 28 going to Spring Grove Cemetery when he was struck by Palmer's car, police said. Brooks, 63, died a day after the collision. Palmer is being held at the Hamilton County Justice Center pending his arraignment on Friday. - (Black-on-white)

    Suspect in Atkinson County murder investigation captured in Douglas
Roderick Bernard BrockAnsley MinkemaMarleen MurryDOUGLAS, GA - A man has been captured in connection to an Atkinson County murder. Roderick Brock was arrested Monday night in Douglas, according to the Atkinson County Sheriff's Office. Brock is believed to be involved with the murder of 64 year-old Marleen Murry. Murry's body was found in her home Saturday evening. Ansley Minkema is also charged in the murder. She is charged with malice murder for Murry's death. Investigators believe she and Roderick Brock killed Murray in order to steal her medication. . - (Black-on-white)
  • Arrest made in Atkinson Co. murder case
    ATKINSON CO., GA - Authorities say a woman has been arrested in connection to a Pearson murder, and a man is also wanted in the case. Atkinson County Sheriff David Moore said Ansley Minkema was arrested and charged with malice murder on Sunday. Roderick Bernard Brock is wanted for malice murder. Officials said he has a lengthy criminal record and considered armed and dangerous. The arrest and warrant come after the death of 64-year-old Marleen Murry of Pearson. She was found dead in her home off of Hwy 64 East on Saturday. Sheriff Moore says the two knew Murry and staid at her home Friday night. He says it appears that two were trying to steal Murry's medicine.
  • Marlene Murray obituary

Dangers of interracial dating

    Security camera captures woman's terrifying attack during home invasion
White victim in chokeholdwhite female traitor - whore of two blacksblack home invaderOVERLAND PARK, KS - A 21-year-old woman says she was attacked in her Overland Park home and her security system caught it on camera. Katie O'Connor is too frightened to go back to her own apartment and feels partly responsible because she trusted a friend. In the video captured by O'Connor's hidden camera, one can see her struggling to breathe in a chokehold. "As soon as he put his arm around my neck, I was like, 'oh [expletive], this is really happening. This is really going on,'" she said. The attack happened about 9:30 a.m. Tuesday near West 106th Street. O'Connor said she told a friend that she was trying to get rid of her ex-boyfriend's carpentry tools. "I told her I was trying to sell them, and she was like, 'Oh, I might know a couple of guys looking to open their own business,'" O'Connor said. But the only business these guys were into was stealing. O'Connor said she doesn't know the two men. But the woman, nervously pacing the floor in the surveillance video, was someone she knew. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Cops shoot (crazy black) hammer-wielding suspect in Midtown
David BarilLauren O’RourkePolice on Wednesday shot the hammer-wielding maniac who randomly attacked four people during a bloody rampage around Manhattan, law enforcement sources said. The bearded suspect, identified as 30-year-old David Baril, was in critical but stable condition at Bellevue Hospital. Around 10 a.m., two Midtown South cops were leaving the scene of an unrelated assault at 38th Street and Eighth Avenue when they recognized Baril as the madman who attacked four people on Monday. As they approached the suspect, Baril turned around, pulled out his hammer and “violently started swinging” the claw end of the tool at Officer Lauren O’Rouke at 37th Street and Eighth Avenue. She began backing away into the intersection and fell down. Her partner, Geraldo Casaigne, fired at Baril four times, striking him twice. - (Black-on-white)

    Official: (Black) ex-convict suspect in Cary murder didn't know (White) 72-year-old victim
Dwight Anthony BlountLuciano Mariano AndiaCARY, NC -- Officials in Cary say they don't believe the man arrested in connection with the death of a 72-year-old man knew the victim. Wake County Assistant District Attorney Howard Cummings said Monday the motive for the crime appeared to be a robbery. The body of Luciano Mariano Andia was found just before 7 a.m. on Saturday in a car in the parking lot of a Dollar Tree at the corner of High House Road and Highway 55. A spokesperson for Dollar Tree said Andia was employed at the store. His death was later ruled as a homicide after investigators said Andia appeared to have sustained injuries that caused his death. The suspect, 53 year-old Dwight Anthony Blount, is in custody. In a 911 call released early Sunday, a caller reported Andia was shot. Blount has a long criminal record dating back to the early 1980s. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Man brutally beaten by black in Ladue; mother demands justice
Darrian JohnsonBrandon PudlowskiLADUE, Mo. - A mother is demanding justice for her 21-year-old son who was beaten and left unconscious near a home in Ladue on May 3. Police said Darrian Johnson, 21, stomped on Brandon Pudlowski's head and punched him repeatedly in front of a house on Barnes Road, off Clayton Road. Charlene Timmermeier has spent the last ten days by her son's side at Mercy Hospital in Creve Couer. "He had blood all over his face and his mouth, and foot marks on his chest,” Timmermeier said. Witnesses allege the attack came after Pudlowski, of O'Fallon, Missouri, tried to defend his female friend from derogatory remarks made by Johnson. Johnson has been charged with assault in the first degree resulting in a serious physical injury. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Mother, (White child) and mixed-race son killed by (black) ex-boyfriend Michigan murder-suicide
James Jackson2-yr-old KeyonCecelia WoodsJames WoodsOSCODA COUNTY, Mich. - "She said 'Mom I love you very much, I've got to go," said Nancy McMaster. That was Friday night and the last time McMaster would talk to her daughter, Cecelia Woods, who had recently moved her family from the Detroit area to Oscoda County in northern Michigan for a better life. But later that night, police say James Jackson of Detroit attacked Cecelia using a dog leash to strangle her and then, her two boys. Jackson, 39, then killed 3-year-old James and Jackson's own son, 2-year-old Keyon. Then using that same dog leash, Jackson took his own life. Neighbors discovered the gruesome scene after they spotted him hanging from a TV antenna outside the mobile home. "I don't understand how you could choke the life out of a child, your own child," McMaster said. " This isn't the first time Jackson attacked Woods. Records show in 2013 in Detroit. He woke her up, tried to strangle her by hanging her in a closet. She managed to escape and Jackson was charged for that crime, but served less than a year and was released from prison just a few months ago. "She believed in second chances and everyone could change," McMaster said. "She grew up without a father wanted her kids to have one." She says Jackson, a parole absconder, convinced Cecelia to let him move into her place. They were not together. In fact, Cecelia was dating someone else and still married to the father of her other three children. - (Black-on-white)

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    WANTED: Police ID ‘person of interest’ in weekend homicide
Malcolm G. QueridoRobert BullardPROVIDENCE, R.I. — Police are on the hunt for a North Providence man wanted in connection with not one, but two, homicides. Police say Malcolm G. Querido is a person of interest in this weekend’s homicide on Camden Avenue. Police say Kareem Barnes, 40, was found shot to death early Saturday morning inside his home at 149 Camden Avenue. Police said Querido’s also wanted in connection with a homicide on Allston Street, which occurred Sept. 7, 2014. In that case, investigators believe Querido fatally stabbed in the chest Robert Bullard, 38, of Medford, Mass. - (Black-on-white)
  • Medway murder victim's sister pleads for help
    MEDWAY, Mass. -- The sister of a Medway murder victim speaks out for the first time about the brother she lost, and the man who allegedly killed him. But for months, that suspect has been able to elude police. This was a vicious murder. It happened in Providence, R.I. back in September. The victim's name is Robert Bullard.

    5 (Black) Teens Charged, 2 Others Arrested In Dundalk Man’s Beating Caught On Tape
Richard FletcherAntoine LawsonSamtoya WilliamsAndrew AllenYahkeem WheatleyMya Stewart

DUNDALK, Md. — More arrests Tuesday in the brutal beating of a Dundalk man. Seven suspects, including five teens, are now charged in the April assault that put a 61-year-old man in a medically induced coma. The five teens are being charged as adults: A photo of Richard Fletcher with broken eye sockets, a broken nose, broken ribs and a brain bleed were taken after the attack. Cell phone video shows a group of teens surrounding Fletcher, screaming at him, then pounding him, kicking him again and again until he dropped to the ground. That footage, and others like it, helped police make arrests. Seventeen-year-old Antoine Lawson was indicted last week on charges of attempted murder, assault and robbery. Seventeen-year-old Samtoya Williams was charged with assault and robbery. More serious charges for 15-year-old Andrew Allen, charged with attempted murder and related charges, along with 15-year-old Yahkeem Wheatley, also charged with attempted murder, and 15-year-old Mya Stewart, originally charged as a juvenile. She is now charged as an adult with attempted first degree murder and other charges. Investigators say Fletcher saw two girls fighting on top of his car. When he went outside to ask them to stop, dozens of teens turned on him. Detectives also issued an arrest warrant for 20-year-old Keenan Holloway and they arrested a seventh suspect, a teenager,. - (Black-on-white)

    Jacksonville Police arrest two (blacks) after black-on-White pack attack is caught on video
Derrick TatumDeverick TatumWhite victim of black pack attackJACKSONVILLE – Two people are in custody, and more arrest are expected after a video surfaced capturing an attack a local Taco Bell. Several more arrests are expected in the near future and at this point the department has identified most of the participants in the assault. The first two subjects were charged with Assault Class A which means that bodily injury occurred during the assault. At least one other suspect will be charged with the same offense and others will be charged with Disorderly Conduct. Derrick Tatum, age 18 of Jacksonville and Deverick Tatum, also 18 and of Jacksonville were arrested, arraigned and charged with Class A Assault. Jacksonville Chief of Police Reece Daniel has released a statement: Despite a seven second video that has gone viral that purports to show several black males stomping and hitting a lone white male at a local restaurant our department did an initial investigation prior to talking to the media. "People need to know that this is not Ferguson, Chicago or any other place. It is Jacksonville Texas." - (Black-on-white)

    Former Oklahoma death row inmate linked to another death through DNA
Lois Arlene Jones John Paul WashingtonJohn Paul Washington was on death row for a 1984 murder of a Tinker Air Force Base airman but his conviction was overturned in 1992. He has been confined most of the two decades since then at the state mental hospital in Vinita, considered too mentally ill to be tried again for that crime. On a hot summer day in 1982, vacationing widow Lois Arlene Jones decided to go sunbathing in her bikini in the backyard of her mother’s southeast Oklahoma City home. Her mother went to work, telling police later Lois had been in a good mood. The mother, Mary Stewart, returned that afternoon to find Jones’ sunburned body in the bathtub — the water still running, police reported. Jones, 57, from East Dubuque, Ill., had been raped and strangled. Three decades later, cold-case investigators have a suspect — a former death row inmate now confined to the state mental hospital in Vinita. - (Black-on-white)

    Black man accused in Mother's Day stabbing of his white ex-girlfriend collapses in court
Yuland StanfieldChristine SanturriPROVIDENCE - A man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend on Mother's Day in East Providence collapsed in court Monday. Yuland Stanfield was charged with first-degree murder and two counts of violating a restraining order. He fell to his knees and began wailing during his arraignment in Providence District Court. Police said Stanfield stabbed to death his ex-girlfriend, Christine Santurri, in front of the victim's daughter in her East Providence home Sunday. Police said Santurri had recently obtained a restraining order against the suspect and went to the police station on Friday to report he had violated that order. The East Providence police had issued an arrest warrant for him prior to the stabbing. - (Black-on-white)

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    Tacoma police: (White) Drive-by victim may have been shot by black gangster thugs for wearing gang colors
Brandon MorrisAlexander KittTACOMA – A Pierce County mother grieves for her only son who was shot and killed in a drive-by shooting last week. The suspected shooter made his first appearance in court on Friday afternoon. Prosecutors said 23-year-old Alexander Kitt is the gunman and he may have been trying to retaliate for an earlier shooting, but investigators say the victim may have been shot by mistake. “I don’t know what to do. I don’t know how I’m going to go on without him,” said Brandon’s mother, Elladell Morris. “He took care of me, he took care of his grandmother.” Brandon Morris, 19, was shot near South 45th Street and South Puget Sound Avenue in Tacoma on May 1. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black man) should get death penalty for CarQuest double murder (of White men) in Baton Rouge
Randy Leo ChaneyEdward GurtnerLee Turner Jr.Lee Turner Jr., 25, should be executed for murdering two people at a CarQuest auto parts store in Baton Rouge in 2011, a jury determined Friday. It took a little less than 2 hours for the jury of 10 women and two men to decide Turner should die for the deaths of Edward Gurtner, 43, and Randy Chaney, 54, on March 27, 2011. All three were CarQuest employees: Turner was newly hired when he robbed the store on Airline Highway and fatally shot the men. A row of Turner's family members sobbed as the sentence was read, and one young man collapsed in tears between the benches and had to be escorted from the courtroom. Turner said nothing, but could be seen wiping his eyes. Turner will be formally sentenced by a judge in August. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black thug) Thomas Johnson III found guilty of top charge in (White) Officer Daryl Pierson's death
Rochester Police Officer Daryl PiersonThomas Johnson IIIThomas Johnson III has been convicted by a jury on the top charge in the death of Rochester Police Officer Daryl Pierson. Johnson gunned down Officer Pierson on Hudson Avenue last September. Friday afternoon, a jury found Johnson guilty of aggravated murder, attempted aggravated murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon. As we have reported, the case boiled down to one question -- was Daryl Pierson acting as a police officer when he chased Thomas Johnson III? Today, a jury said yes, Pierson was acting a police officer. The defense had argued that Johnson did not commit a crime before the shooting that evening so Pierson should never have been chasing him. Thomas Johnson III is guilty on six counts. The jury says he intentionally killed Rochester Police Officer Daryl Pierson that September night and also tried to kill his partner Officer Michael DiPaola. Now, Johnson will spend the rest of his life behind bars. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man who fatally stabbed (white) girlfriend had record
Derrick R. AllenShelly LaBineGREEN COVE SPRINGS, Fla. - A man who Clay County deputies say stabbed his girlfriend to death in front of her 14-year-old daughter Wednesday night before he died in a car crash while fleeing the scene had spent time in prison. Shelly LaBine, 43, was stabbed about 6:30 p.m. in the St. Johns Landing Apartment the couple shared in Green Cove Springs. The Florida Highway Patrol said the victim's boyfriend -- 39-year-old Derrick Allen -- died a few minutes after the stabbing when he was ejected after losing control of LaBine's BMW SUV while taking a curve on Russell Road at a high rate of speed. The vehicle struck two mailboxes and a fence before overturning on some small trees in the front yard of a home. Allen, who troopers said was not wearing a seat belt, was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital Clay County Campus, where he died. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) St. Louis man charged in (White) student’s death appears in court
Michael GordonTaylor ClarkCLAYTON, Mo. — A St. Louis man made his first court appearance Thursday on charges he killed a 19-year-old Illinois college student whom he had contacted about buying a sports car advertised on Craigslist. Michael Gordon, 24, remains held at the St. Louis County jail in lieu of $1 million bond. He didn’t enter a plea and a judge set another hearing for May 18. He is charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the death of Taylor Clark, a sophomore engineering student at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville. - (Black-on-white)

    Parents Of At-Risk Teens Weren’t Warned After Sex Assault by black sexual predator
Ashanti Lymonvictim's motherMINNEAPOLIS – The mother of a teenager who says she was sexually assaulted says her daughter’s attack should have been prevented. Ashanti Lymon is charged with criminal sexual conduct in her case, and in another one. Lymon previously pleaded guilty in a similar case, but was allowed to stay in a program for at-risk teens. Lymon was charged with rape of a teenage girl last year. He was 18. He’s also charged with sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl the same year. “She is having a really hard time with it,” the girl’s (White) mother said. Ashanti Lymon “would grab her breasts, put his hands down her pants.” The girl met Lymon at TreeHouse in Bloomington. It’s a faith-based organization that caters to at-risk teens. Lymon pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl “in a van used for transportation for a program called Treehouse in Bloomington.” The day after he pleaded guilty in May 2014, he was accused of sexually assaulting the second victim, and later the third. - (Black-on-white)

    Trooper creates timeline in Clemons murder case - black murdered his white girlfriend
Jordan ClemonsKarissa Kunco Jordan Clemons watched several surveillance videos depicting his actions in the early hours of Jan. 12, 2012, just hours after Karissa Kunco was last seen alive. Investigators said Clemons, after disposing of Kunco's body, drove around the city of Washington and Cecil Township withdrawing money and purchasing an Xbox 360 gaming system with a debit card Kunco shared with her father, Paul Kunco. Schuster compiled cellphone and debit card records as a part of his investigation. Surveillance video taken from an automated teller machine in Whitehall about 6 p.m. Jan. 11, 2012, is believed to be the last known image of Kunco. The video shocked her family and friends when it was played for the jury, and many began to cry or left the courtroom. Kunco's body was found Jan. 12, 2012, along Sabo Road in Mt. Pleasant Township by two land surveyors. State police allege that after killing her, Clemons, 26, dragged her naked body into the woods and covered it with leaves, brush and a tree stump. Kunco had a protection-from-abuse order against Clemons from Allegheny County Court following a Dec. 18, 2011, assault that left her face bruised and battered. Despite the PFA order, Kunco agreed to meet Clemons the evening of Jan. 11 after he threatened to kill himself, according to social media accounts shown in court. - (Black-on-white)

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    (Black) Suspect arrested in connection with road rage homicide of White man
Ron StewartNicholas NorrisINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Police have made an arrest in connection with a Sunday night murder that started as a road rage confrontation on the east side of Indianapolis. The investigation led detectives to the Motor 8 hotel, in the 3600 block of Shadeland Avenue late Tuesday afternoon. A person wanted in the shooting was located at the hotel. Police arrested Ron Stewart, 24. Stewart has been preliminarily charged with murder. Word of the arrest came as welcome news to friends and family of 41-year-old Nicholas Norris, who was killed in the Sunday evening shooting. “Great guy, family guy,” said longtime friend Cameron Church. “Loved his daughter, all his family, his son. I’d go as far as to call him brother more than a friend.” Norris leaves behind a teenage daughter and son. - (Black-on-white)

    UK: Black African Somali migrant brutally raped a White Oxford University co-ed - only gets two years
Ione Wellsblack Somali rapist and sex fiendThe Oxford University student who wrote a powerful open letter to her sex attacker has told a court that she can't close her eyes 'without hearing his footsteps behind her' as he was jailed for two years today. Last month Ione Wells, 20, prompted an outpouring of public support when she wrote a defiant missive to her assailant, telling him he 'would not win' after the brutal attack in Chalk Farm, north London. The 17-year-old, (black Somali thug) who cannot be named for legal reasons, grabbed Miss Wells from behind as she walked home after a night out. He pushed her to the ground and smashed her head against the pavement, before grabbing at her chest with such force that it tore her bra in half. The youth court heard that the attacker, who lives with his large Somali family in a council flat in a tower block in Camden, London, was only stopped when Miss Wells's screams were heard by neighbours who confronted him. He was today given a two-year detention order for sexual assault at Highbury Magistrates' Court. - (Black-on-white) - (UK)

    Cowardly Black Thug Robs Elderly (White) Woman at Knife Point, Can't Get Out of Elevator
cowardly black thugElderly White woman victimAuthorities are searching for a man who was caught on camera robbing an elderly woman at knife point in an elevator in Lauderdale Lakes. The robbery happened April 29 at the building at 3099 Northwest 48th Avenue, when a man followed the 77-year-old woman onto the elevator and took out a knife, Broward Sheriff's Office officials said. He demanded she hand over her purse and she complied. The man turned to leave but walked right into the elevator doors then waited for them to open and fled. The suspect is described as a black male, about 6-foot-2 with a medium build and short haircut. He used a standard kitchen knife. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Home health worker pleads guilty to stealing from elderly (White) couple
Charmayne DayseNicholas and Trivisonno Carol TrivisonnoHIGHLAND HEIGHTS, OH - Charmayne Dayse was a home health care worker who cared for Nicholas and Carol Trivisonno in Highland Heights. But over the years, she gained their trust and raided their bank accounts, credit cards and even their home equity line for nearly $250,000. Prosecutors were worried that the couple's failing health would preclude them from testifying against her and jeopardize their case. They wanted to take a deposition at their home. The case came to light when the Trivisonnos' son became suspicious.Dayse had a conviction for doing exactly the same thing seven years earlier. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) 69-year-old man talks about alleged attack by (black) 19-year-old at Eastern Market Metro
Elijah SmithAlbert LangebergAlbert LangebergWASHINGTON – Metro Transit Police have arrested a man for allegedly assaulting a 69-year-old man at a Metro station last month. Elijah Smith, 19, was arrested Monday night and charged with felony assault for allegedly punching and hitting Albert Langeberg, a Metro rider. The assault occurred around 1 p.m. on April 24 at the Eastern Market Metro station and was caught on surveillance video. Langeberg told police that he was pushed by the suspect man as he exited a train. The pair then exchanged words on the escalator before the suspect punched him in the face. Langeberg was treated at a hospital for his injuries. - (Black-on-white)

    Black man found guilty of murder of White man
Allyn William "AJ" Reeve, JrChristopher FeltonGhermell BoldenChristopher Felton will be sentenced to life in prison in June after a jury found him guilty of murder Wednesday. The Calhoun County Circuit Court jury of seven women and five men deliberated about four hours over two days before convicting Felton, 25, of Battle Creek of first-degree murder, home invasion and armed robbery in the June 17 shooting death of Allyn Reeve Jr. Felton sat quietly as the jury foreperson read the verdicts and then as each juror was asked individually by Circuit Judge Conrad Sindt if that was their verdict. At one point, Felton seemed to smile, but otherwise showed no emotion. His mother sat in the front row and Teresa Dobias, the mother of Allyn Reeve, also sat and listened with her daughter, Christina Reeve, and two of her son’s friends. “It’s a sad situtation for everyone,” Dobias said after the verdict. “No one wins.” Assistant Prosecutor Tamara Towns declined comment, saying she shouldn’t discuss the case because she is scheduled to prosecute Ghermell Bolden, 22, Felton’s co-defendant, in a trial next week. - (Black-on-white)

    New Trial For (Black) Man Convicted Of Killing (White) Boston Police Detective
Sean EllisJohn MulliganBOSTON — A man convicted of killing a Boston police detective in 1993 has been granted a new trial. Sean Ellis was convicted of first-degree murder for shooting Detective John Mulligan five times in the face while he slept in his car while on a security detail in September 1993. A Suffolk Superior Court judge granted Ellis’ motion for a new trial. Ellis was convicted at his third trial following two hung jury trials. He is serving a life sentence. The Suffolk district attorney’s office says it “strongly disagrees” with the decision to vacate Ellis’ conviction and is reviewing its options. - (Black-on-white)

    Police release booking photos of (black) suspects in shooting of (White) officer
Larry AdamsColvin Lamar WhiteDanielle Nicole BlakeBALTIMORE —ANNAPOLIS, Md. —Anne Arundel County police on Tuesday released booking photos of two suspects who they said were involved a police-involved shooting in April. Cpl. Larry Adams, a 10-year veteran of the agency who works in the Patrol Bureau of the eastern district, was shot outside the 7-Eleven store at 703 E. College Parkway about 2:20 a.m. April 10. Colvin Lamar White, 30, of Annapolis, was charged with attempted first- and second-degree murder, use of a firearm in felony/violent crime, handgun on person, regulated firearm/illegal possession, conspiracy to commit robbery and conspiracy to commit armed robbery. White is being held at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center on a no-bond status. Police said Danielle Nicole Blake, 29, of Severn, was charged with conspiracy to commit: attempted first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and handgun use in commission of violent crime. She is being held on a no-bond status at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center. Police said Adams continues recover with his family. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) College Station man arrested after (White female) 19-year-old Blinn College student is killed at party
Ronald Wayne McNeilLacie LaRoseAn argument between a neighbor and partygoers at a residence in south College Station early Sunday escalated into a shooting that took the life of a 19-year-old woman and left two men injured. College Station police weren't releasing many details Sunday afternoon, more than 12 hours after Lacie LaRose of Irving was shot at a home in the 900 block of San Benito Drive -- about a mile southeast of A&M Consolidated High School. According to a police statement, investigators believe Ronald Wayne McNeil, 39, of College Station and some friends went to a party at a neighbor's home when an argument began. Police said the argument became physical and, about 3:06 a.m., McNeil pulled out a handgun and started shooting into a group at the party. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Delivery driver stabbed by black, carjacked, still drops off pizzas
Josh Lewiscowardly black back-stabberLOUISVILLE, Ky. —A Louisville pizza delivery driver was stabbed and carjacked, but managed to drop off the pizzas before collapsing. Willow Rouben, regional manager for Spinelli's Pizzeria, said Josh Lewis, 25, left the restaurant's location at 5th and Jefferson streets on his way to Norton Hospital. Police said Lewis was attacked when he arrived at the hospital around 2:45 p.m. "It's surreal. I can't believe it happened to him," Rouben said. "As he was taking the pizzas out of his car and walking to deliver the pizza, he was stabbed in the back. Believe it or not, he got his pizzas delivered and collapsed in the ER.” Investigators said the suspect, described as a black man in his 40's, jumped into Lewis' black Jeep Cherokee and took off. Rouben said Lewis was rushed to nearby University Hospital and into surgery with a collapsed lung. - (Black-on-white)

    NYPD Officer Brian Moore Dies Of Injuries After Cold-Blooded Shooting
Moore was characterized as a hero by fellow officers. He comes from a family of cops and has been with the New York Police Department since July 2010. He reportedly leaves behind family. Neighbors had only kind words for Moore, some saying they shed tears after hearing he was shot. - (Black-on-white)
    (White) NYPD Officer In Critical Condition After Queens Shooting by Black Thug
Demetrius BlackwellBrian MooreNEW YORK — An NYPD officer was recovering from surgery Sunday morning, a day after being shot in the face by a suspect in Queens. Officer Brian Moore, 25, is in critical but stable condition at Jamaica Hospital. Doctors said it could take them a few days to determine the extent of his injuries. Demetrius Blackwell, 35, has been arrested and charged with two counts of attempted murder, weapons and assault charges. Blackwell could be arraigned Sunday afternoon. According to investigators, Moore was behind the wheel of his unmarked patrol car with his partner, Erik Jansen, around 6:15 p.m. Saturday in Queens Village. Both were wearing plain clothes and spotted Blackwell walking and adjusting something in his waistband, police said. “Officer Moore positioned the vehicle behind the suspect and inquired about the suspect’s actions,” NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said. “The male immediately removed a firearm from his waistband and turned in the direction of the officers and deliberately fired several times into the vehicle.” A bullet hit Moore in the head. The officers did not get out of their car or open fire. Blackwell had nine previous arrests on his record, including charges of robbery, weapons possession and assault on two police officers. - (Black-on-white)


Louisville Metro Police arrest three in connection with Saturday murder of White Canadian man
Tyrone Thomas, Fatima Abu-diab and Fahed Abu-diabScott HunterThree people were arrested in connection with a string of Friday and Saturday robberies and the shooting death of a Kentucky Derby visitor from Canada Saturday night, a police official said. Lt. Todd Kessinger said the three — Tyrone Thomas, Fatima Abu-diab and Fahed Abu-diab — were charged with murder and nine robberies over a several mile stretch of downtown Louisville. All three were Louisville residents. "They were targeting people who were walking on the streets or through parking lots," Kessinger said. The shooting victim and his friend, both visitors from Toronto, Canada, were confronted as they walked toward their hotel after the Kentucky Derby. Thomas allegedly fire multiple shots as a struggle ensued, Kessinger said. The three suspects were picked up by Metro Police within hours of the shooting. CBC News has identified the victim as Scott Hunter of Toronto. Hunter was visiting Louisville for the Kentucky Derby. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Bountiful man charged with DUI killing White man on motorcycle
Justin John Greavesdrunken black killerSOUTH SALT LAKE — Criminal charges were filed against a Bountiful man accused of striking and killing a motorcyclist last fall while intoxicated. Terrance Desmond Wheeler, 39, was charged with automobile homicide, a third-degree felony. Prosecutors say he hit and killed Justin Greaves, 39, of West Valley City, at 600 W. 3900 South in the early morning hours of Oct. 18, 2014. Wheeler was also charged with driving with a measurable controlled substance in the body and failure to yield on a left turn in connection with the crash. Wheeler's blood alcohol content was .13 at the time of the crash. The legal limit in Utah is 0.08. More than a dozen witnesses told police Greaves was traveling at a normal speed at the time of the collision and a reconstruction of the crash scene supports that he was under the speed limit. Police said the motorcycle's headlight was also on at the time of the crash. Wheeler allegedly made a late left turn in front of Greaves in an attempt to turn into a convenience store parking lot. Greaves tried to brake to avoid the collision but was unsuccessful, police said. He died from his injuries at a nearby hospital. - (Black-on-white)

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