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ARCHIVE for 1 January 2016
The Color of Crime - "Blacks are statistically 50 times more likely to attack whites than vice versa"

 Ibn HunterCasser WilliamsTravis LaneJames HeywardChristian LoganJeremy CarmichaelGeorge Williams Jr.

  2 January, 2016

    Two men charged with murder in Meriwether County shooting
Xavier Rashad SlatonKanorris Shakeno Martin2 more black 'persons of interest'John Joseph LameyThe Meriwether County Sheriff's Office and Georgia Bureau of Investigation Crime Scene Unit are investigating a Saturday morning shooting that killed one person and injured another, according to a release. Officials identified the deceased as John Joseph Lamey, 45, of California. He was pronounced dead of an apparent gunshot wound at the scene by Meriwether County Coroner Johnny Worley, the release states. The surviving victim is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries, according to the release. Around 10 a.m. Saturday, Meriwether County Sheriff’s patrol deputies responded to the 100 block of Allie Road in Greenville, Ga. in reference to a shooting victim.
Deputies gathered a vehicle denoscription and suspect information from the scene and other available resources that led them to identify 19-year-old Xavier Rashad Slaton of Gay, Ga. as their first suspect, Smith said. Officials obtained warrants for his arrest. "We began to actively pursue Slaton in our attempt to get him in custody," the sheriff said. Over the course of the investigation, officials identified 21-year-old Kanorris Shakeno Martin of Fayetteville, Ga. as the second suspect in the case. Officials then obtained warrants for his arrest. "Our investigation revealed that this matter was not random." - (Black-on-white)

    Homicide ruling in (berserk black's beating death of harmless White man), arrest made
Justin LittleJohnRandy Lee DialFORT WAYNE, Ind. An arrest has been made in the beating death of a 46-year-old Fort Wayne man at a west-side hotel this week. Fort Wayne Police and medics were called before 5 p.m. Monday to the Economy Inn at 3340 W. Coliseum Blvd., and arrived to find a man there beaten. The victim – Randy Lee Dial – was taken to a local hospital in critical condition. On Tuesday, Dial died. Early Thursday then, the Allen County Coroner’s Office ruled his death the county’s 30th homicide of 2015, detailing he died of blunt force injuries to the head. Just after the coroner’s office released their ruling, the Fort Wayne Police Department announced it had arrested a suspect in the case. Justin LittleJohn was arrested and faces a preliminary charge of aggravated battery. He’s being held in Allen County Lockup with no bond. No other details about the incident were released. - (Black-on-white)
  • Court documents reveal gruesome details in Economy Inn beating death
    According to court documents, Dial was in the room he rented at the Economy Inn when he was attacked Sunday. Multiple witnesses say they saw an angry 28-year-old Justin LittleJohn come into Dial's room and beat him in the head and face with a microwave until the appliance's door came off. Court documents also say LittleJohn then took the glass plate out of the microwave and smashed Dial in the face with it.
  • In Memory Of RANDY LEE DIAL

    Three Arrested in Murder of (White) Young Gilmer County Father
Andrew AbernathyJustin HeardGILMER COUNTY, Ga. - Investigators said they have made three arrests in the shooting death of a young Gilmer County father. Joseph Ledford, of Jasper, Tyler Nunez, of Acworth, and Justin Heard, of Marietta, were arrested New Year’s Eve. They have all been charged with murder and armed robbery. Deputies said Andrew Abernathy, 21, was shot and killed inside his home on Brook Hollow Circle around 11:30 p.m. Monday. Sheriff Stacey Nicholson initially said that it appeared Abernathy knew his shooter, but did not elaborate following the arrest of the three men. Abernathy's fiancée, as well as two small children, were at the home at the time of the shooting. Neighbors said Abernathy's fiancée has been writing about the incident on social media. She posted that she and her small boys saw Abernathy killed. All three men remain in jail. Sheriff Nicholson said more charges may be filed as the investigation continues. - (Black-on-white)
  • Police swarm murder suspect in Marietta
    COBB COUNTY, Ga. Dozens of officers were just two blocks away from Justin Heard, 24, when he was spotted hiding. The 5 feet 1 inch tall suspect calls himself "Little Tank." He emerged in handcuffs from the truck wearing only a pair of shorts designed for a much larger man. Police told Cavitt that Heard is a career criminal, who has only been out of prison for two months. He's suspected of shooting Andrew Abernathy in Gilmer County on Dec. 28.
  • Police swarm murder suspect in Marietta murder investigation

    Berserk naked black with African name attacks (White female) neighbor, dangles his baby over balcony (like Michael Jackson)
White female victim of berserk black attackberserk black African bit the 911 telephone cordberserk black AfricanTUKWILA, Wash. -- Police say a naked man attacked his neighbor, got away, then dangled his 5-week-old baby from his balcony before he was arrested. This all unfolded Sunday morning at the Pacific Court Apartment complex in Tukwila. Both police and the victim described the man as "out of control." "He started choking me," said a woman named Kelly. We won't show Kelly's face or reveal her full name, but her story of survival empowers her, and that part she is willing to share. "I think he would have raped me and then would have killed me," she said. "He smashed this big long mirror," she said. "He had that piece and threatened to cut me with that." It was her neighbor, a man she's known for four years and has always known as Monty. Police identified him as 28-year-old Ifeanyi Chiegbu. Kelly barley managed to reach for the the phone to call 911, but said Chiegbu bit the phone's cord in half before she could make the call. "He goes, 'I'm going to (expletive) you and hurt you now.'" Police heard her screams and found Chiegbu naked, and on top of her. As they pulled him off, court filings say the man's wife showed up and started fighting with officers, allowing the suspect time to jump off Kelly's second floor balcony. - (Black-on-white)

    Police charge (black) New York man in Manchester homicides (of a White couple)
David W. Marble JrBonnie RoyerEric WilliamsAUGUSTA — A New York man has been arrested on two counts of murder in connection with the shooting deaths of an Augusta couple on Christmas Day, Maine State Police announced Tuesday. David W. Marble Jr., 29, of Rochester, New York, was arrested after Augusta police stopped a car in which he was a passenger near Memorial Circle in Augusta, according to police. He has been charged with two counts of murder related to the shooting deaths of Eric Williams, 35, and Bonnie Royer, 26, who were found dead by police responding to a 911 call one of them made at 3:30 a.m. Dec. 25. The couple was in a sport utility vehicle on Sanford Road in Manchester, not far from where they lived on Easy Street in north Augusta. Detectives said the shootings were drug-related. - (Black-on-white)
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks.

    (Black) Pomona Man Charged With Murdering (white) Mother Of His Children On Christmas Day - Burned Alive
Clarence Duwell DearDawn HensleyLOS ANGELES — A 51-year-old man will be arraigned Tuesday on charges related to the murder of the mother of his children that took place on Christmas Day. Clarence Durell Dear, of Pomona, has been charged with one count of murder with the special circumstance of torture and one count of cruelty to a child, their 12-year-old son, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. The special circumstance makes Dear eligible for the death penalty. His fate will later be decided by prosecutors. Dear was scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday afternoon in the Pomona branch of the Los Angeles County Superior Court, but the arraignment was postponed until Jan. 28. He was ordered held without bail. Dear is accused of dousing Dawn Hensley, 41, of Pomona, with flammable liquid and setting her aflame by using a cigarette in the 1500 block of Cordova Street on Friday afternoon, according to police. Neighbors reported seeing Hensley appear to be engulfed in flames before she collapsed onto the street. Upon their arrival, paramedics treated her for severe burns and transported her to a hospital, where she later succumbed to her injuries. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Family, friends hold vigil for slain (White) Valley man, Richard ‘Danny' Wren - black suspect is still on the run
Anthony MarksRichard ‘Danny’ WrenPHOENIX - A Valley family is pleading for answers after a North Phoenix man was gunned down in front of his pregnant girlfriend. Richard ‘Danny’ Wren, 31, was murdered by his neighbor outside of his apartment in early September. The suspect, 30-year-old Anthony Marks, is still on the run, investigators said. “I was seven months pregnant when he was killed,” said Kalina Lowe, Wren’s girlfriend. She was there when he was shot to death. “They just got into a little mini argument and then five minutes later, he came downstairs with a gun,” Lowe said. She said after Marks fired at Wren, he ran away. “I know that he killed over nothing, (and) that I’m sure he’ll do it again,” said Sharon Wren, the victim’s mother. At a vigil Sunday evening, friends and family lit candles, released balloons and told stories about Wren, who was an MMA fighter. The family is begging anyone with information to come forward to help them gain some closure. “Please, will you call Silent Witness?" Sharon asked. “He killed my son.” The victim was never able to meet his daughter, who was named Dani Rose-- after her father. “My daughter has to live without her father,” Lowe said. “Just please, help us heal.” - (Black-on-white)

    (Black female) charged with assault on a (White female) police officer after south Toledo incident
Nicole CrissmanTherza P. CoxTOLEDO, OH - A Toledo Police officer is recovering after being assaulted during an arrest. The incident happened on Saturday in south Toledo near the 4400 block of Hill Ave. According to court documents, Therza Cox was being arrested for disorderly conduct when she punched Officer Nicole Crissman in the face. Cox allegedly then grabbed Officer Crissman by the hair and slammed her head into a glass door. Cox is charged with assault on a police officer. - (Black-on-white) - (Blue lives matter)

    911 call: ("Very nice young" black) Man confesses to killing his (white) mother and his girlfriend
Brandon LeeChrista Lassiter LeeObama and Christa LeeCARY -- A Cary man was polite and matter of fact as he told a 911 operator that he killed his mother and girlfriend. A former co-worker described Brandon Lee, 34, as a "very nice young man" and said that he "seemed to love (his mother) very much." But in a quietly chilling 911 call released by Cary police Monday, Lee told the operator that he was calling from the room his dead girlfriend's body was in, and that he killed her and his mother. Lee said that he choked his mother, 58-year-old Christa Lee, at her apartment on Havers Drive and then went to his girlfriend's house days later and killed her. Offering up an explanation as to why he killed his mother, Lee said that "she attacked me with a knife, and I-- I killed her." He then went on to say he killed 28-year-old Krystal Juell Hylton because: "she tried to leave me and so I ended up killing her too." He added that Hylton was "seeing someone else and lying to me." - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (White female) Employee robbed, shot (by blacks) outside Macon restaurant
Darlene Logan ConyerMACON, Ga. — A woman has been robbed and shot outside of the Old Times Buffet in Macon. A news release by the Bibb County Sheriff's Office says two men approached 64-year-old Darlene Conyer, a restaurant employee, as she walked to her car Sunday night. The men assaulted Conyer and stole her work apron with money and personal items in it. The men then shot Conyer once in the abdomen and fled on foot. Sheriff's Deputy Clay Williams says Conyer was taken to the hospital and is listed in stable condition. The suspects are described as African-American, around 6 feet tall with a medium build and masks covering their faces. The sheriff's office asks anyone with information to call them at 478-751-7500. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) St. Joseph man pleads guilty to beating his (white) 'girlfriend' to death
James Earl EacklesCarol Sue CunninghamJames Earl Eackles pleaded guilty Wednesday for beating his longtime girlfriend to death earlier this year. Eackles, 46 pleaded guilty in Buchanan County Court to felony second degree murder. As we previously reported, in February officers with the St. Joseph Police Department responded to the 2200 block of S. 15th St. to find Carol Cunningham, 40 dead in the home The probable cause statement said Eackles admitted to striking his girlfriend several times. Officers found her with significant injuries to her face and body which resulted in her death. Eackles and the victim have lived together for several years. A sentencing hearing is scheduled for Feb. 29 at 3 p.m. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Three (blacks) arrested, indicted for 2013 murder of (White female) Savannah college student
Rebecca FoleyRebecca FoleyKevin Lenard SmithRoderick Demione ParrishJordan Lamar CampbellSAVANNAH, GA - Three people have been arrested and indicted for the January 2013 murder of a Savannah State University student. Rebecca Foley was found shot to death in front of her apartment on Savannah’s Southside on January 21, 2013 outside Colonial Village at Marsh Cove Apartments. 23-year-old Kevin Lenard Smith, 22-year-old Roderick Demione Parrish and 23-year-old Jordan Lamar Campbell were arrested and indicted. A Chatham County Grand Jury indicted Smith, Parrish and Campbell on a single count of malice murder, three counts of felony murder, two counts of aggravated assault and two counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. Smith and Parrish also are charged with one count of possession of a firearm by a first offender probationer. Smith, Parrish and Campbell were incarcerated on unrelated charges when warrants were served by Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Department detectives. The 21-year-old student was sitting inside her car when the shooting happened. She was found on the ground by police. - (Black-on-white)

    (Racist black New York) Man charged with attempted murder (of White man) after machete attack in Toronto, Canada
Arlington ThompsonThe attacker, a black man, yelled "F--k white people" before allegedly attacking the victim, who is white. He said the alleged attacker's machete was "probably the length of my arm. It was pretty big, a substantial weapon."
A man has been charged with attempted murder following what police call an unprovoked attack on another man near Toronto's Eaton Centre Wednesday afternoon. Arlington Thompson, 35, of Queens, N.Y. also faces charges of aggravated assault, assault with a weapon and possession of a weapon. Police say the man had a 30-centimetre machete, which he allegedly used in the attack. Police say the man also had a 20-centimetre hunting knife. Police now have both weapons. The attack left a 30-year-old man with several injuries. Police say he is in stable condition in hospital. Toronto Police Sgt. Gale Corra said the two men had no previous contact and no history with each other. - (Black-on-white)

    'Swinger' testimony allowed in murder case - black boyfriend accused of bludgeoning white girlfriend to death with cinder block
Michael Jason FieldsChristina MahzamaniTAMPA - A Hillsborough County Circuit Court Judge decided to allow testimony related to the sexual history of the defendant and witnesses in the case. Defense attorneys for Michael Fields, who is accused of killing his girlfriend, were in court arguing to allow the evidence related to the sexual history of the couple with whom Fields lived. Hillsborough Circuit Judge Thomas Barber said the evidence being presented for use by the defense was "salacious" and "embarrassing." The evidence in question relates to the couple Michael Fields was living with at the time his girlfriend, Christina Mahzamani, died after being beaten with a concrete block. Patricia and Gary Dickerson are considered "swingers" and had a sexual relationship with Micahel Fields while he lived with them. Assistant State Attorney Ron Gale explained in court "there is evidence of a sexual relationship that existed between Mr. Fields with Mrs. Dickerson, and possibly Mr. Dickerson as well." - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    2 (blacks) arraigned in 2010 Taunton murder (of White man)
Jeremy Rhodes and/or Donnelle BatesJoseph DuganTwo Taunton men faced a judge Tuesday charged with murder in connection to a 2010 cold case in the city. Not guilty pleas were entered on behalf of Jeremy Rhodes, 25, and Donnelle Bates, 26. The men are accused of shooting and killing Joseph Dugan, 33, outside his friend’s apartment on Granite Street. In court prosecutors said state and local police were able to make the arrests after Bates’ uncle implicated him in the murder. Bristol County District Attorney Thomas Quinn, who personally handled the arraignments, says there are text messages and eye witness testimony that also link the men to the case. The D.A. also spoke of a possible motive for the murder saying it could have been retaliation for the stabbing death of Taunton teen Tigan Hollinsworth a few weeks earlier. He added the shooting appears to be a case of mistaken identity because the victim, Dugan, had no known connection to the Hollinsworth murder. "There does not appear to be a connection between the victim and these two defendants, but things have to play out in court with respect to those issues,” Quinn told reporters outside court. Captain John Rearden was an officer on scene the night of July 7th. He never gave up trying to find answers for Dugan’s loved ones. “They gave me a picture of Joey and every day I saw that picture of Joey and this is emotional for me. I'm so happy,” he said. Several other people have charged in the case for misleading police. Bates and Rhoden were both held without bail during their arraignments and are due back in court in January. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Tulsa Shooting Victim Dies Of His Wounds - shot in head by black man with a shotgun
Marcus Hilland RunnelsLeland MitchellTULSA, Oklahoma - A Tulsa man who was shot in the head earlier this week has died of his injuries, Homicide Detective David Walker said Saturday. Leland Mitchell, 42, was backing his vehicle out of a driveway in the 1300 block of North Birmingham Place late Tuesday night when he was shot. Police arrested 27-year-old Marcus Runnels following a standoff. Charges against Runnels will be upgraded from shooting with intent to kill, Walker said. Police believe the two men had been in an altercation, and Runnels shot Mitchell with a shotgun. - (Black-on-white)


After (black) Student Attack, (White) St. Paul Teacher Plans To Sue School District
John EkbladFon’Tae O’BannonFon’Tae O’BannonMINNEAPOLIS — The teacher who was attacked by a student earlier in December is planning on suing St. Paul Public Schools, saying the district has failed to keep teachers safe. The law firm Villaume & Shiek, P.A. announced Monday that they have been retained by John Ekblad, a St. Paul teacher, to “commence civil litigation against the St. Paul Public Schools for negligence in failing to provide him with a workplace free of assaultive behavior and violence in general.” On Friday, Dec. 4, a 16-year-old St. Paul student allegedly body slammed and choked Ekblad, his teacher at Center High School. Fon’Tae O’Bannon is accused of slamming Ekblad into a cafeteria table and chair when Ekblad tried intervening in a fight. The student then choked him until he was unconscious. O’Bannon was charged with third-degree assault. Ekblad suffered brain damage and a concussion in the incident and needed hospitalization. - (Black-on-white) - (Black Sports)


    (Black) Man Punches, Robs (White) Victim Just Involved In Car Accident
Philly niggerWhite victimPHILADELPHIA – Police are on the hunt for a suspect who they say robbed a man who was just involved in a car accident in Kensington. Authorities say just before 11 a.m. on December 4, a 25-year-old man was in an accident on the 200 block of West Tioga Street. While sitting inside of his vehicle, police say the victim was approached by an unknown male who began punching him in the face. Authorities say the suspect then took the victim’s iPhone 6 and tablet, and fled the scene. The male was taken to Temple Hospital to be treated for his injuries. Police describe the suspect as a Black male, around 30 years old, with a beard. He was wearing a green jacket and blue jeans. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black fag) wants new trial 30 years after torture, homo rape and murder of (White) boy scout
Raymond FifeDanny Lee HillWARREN, Ohio - More than thirty years after a 12-year-old boy scout was tortured, raped and murdered in Warren, the story continues making news headlines. The man on Ohio's death row for the crime asked a judge for permission to file for another trial for the kidnapping, rape and murder of Raymond Fife in 1985. The attorney for 48-year-old Danny Lee Hill claims that new evidence has been uncovered that would impact Hill's right to a fair trial. Background – Caution: Some readers may find some details the following court record account disturbing. According to court records, on September 10, 1985, at approximately 5:15 p.m., Raymond Fife left home on his bicycle to visit a friend, Billy Simmons. After learning that the twelve-year-old had not arrived at his friend's home by 5:50 p.m., Fife's family began searching for him. Raymond Fife's father found his son more than four hours later in a wooded field behind the Valu-King supermarket on Palmyra road. The child was naked and appeared to have been severely beaten and his face was burned. Raymond's underwear was found tied around his neck and appeared to have been lit on fire. Raymond died in the hospital two days later. The coroner, who ruled Raymond's death a homicide, testified during the trial that the victim had been choked and had a hemorrhage in his brain. The coroner also said that Fife sustained several burns, damage to his rectal-bladder area and bite marks on his penis. - (Black-on-white)
  • 1Ki 14:24 And there were also sodomites in the land: and they did according to all the abominations...

    (Black man) Reynolds guilty of (White) man’s murder at group home
Lecorius J. 'Corey' ReynoldsRoy H. RobertsRejecting the claim that Lecorius Reynolds did not know his actions’ wrongfulness, a Lucas County judge found the Toledo man guilty of murder in the 2014 death of a fellow resident of a South Toledo group home. Reynolds, 35, of the 100 block of Dale Street, faces life in prison with parole eligibility after 15 years when he is sentenced Jan. 20 by Common Pleas Judge Myron Duhart. Earlier this month, Judge Duhart presided over a bench trial in which Reynolds was charged with alternate counts of murder for stabbing and beating to death Roy Roberts, 51. While Reynolds had pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity and, as an alternative, contended he was acting in self-defense when he assaulted Mr. Roberts, Judge Duhart rejected both claims. The insanity plea required a finding that Reynolds suffered from a mental disease or defect so severe he did not know that what he was doing was wrong. The self-defense claim required him to show he was in danger of great bodily harm or death when he assaulted Mr. Roberts. “Mr. Reynolds, you cannot escape responsibility for what you know is wrong,” the judge said. About 9 p.m. May 2, 2014, police responded to a report of a nude body struck by a train on Norfolk Southern tracks at Airline Avenue and Gibbons Street, thinking it could have been a suicide. But officers immediately noticed very little blood at the scene, prompting them to surmise that the victim had been killed somewhere else. As it turned out, blood and DNA evidence revealed Reynolds had attacked Mr. Roberts at the Dale Street group home where they both lived, placed his body in a Toledo recycling bin and wheeled it to the tracks a couple blocks away, and dumped it. In a video-recorded police interrogation shown during the trial, Reynolds at first denied any involvement with Mr. Roberts' death, but then said he had beaten Mr. Roberts after the victim made sexual advances toward him. Judge Duhart said he carefully weighed the testimony of two mental health experts who testified at Reynolds’ trial: one said Reynolds lacked a rational motive, and the other who said he had engaged in “goal-oriented behavior.” “That means Mr. Reynolds was acting in such a way at the time of the assault that he was avoiding or attempting to avoid detection of a crime,” the judge said. “This court is going to note a number of things … washing a knife, moving a body, operating in such a way as to conceal blood on a bed, bloody clothes.” Last year, Reynolds was found incompetent to stand trial, but he was later deemed restored to competency after a lengthy hospitalization at Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare in Columbus. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Woman accused of stealing thousands from (White) elderly, disabled patient
Leatrice Monique JohnsonJudge Harold R. DeMoss, Jr.HOUSTON - A Houston in-home caregiver has been charged with felony theft from the elderly. If the allegations are true, Leatrice Monique Johnson, 44, may have targeted the wrong person. The victim in the case is a retired federal judge. Harold Demoss Jr., 84, served on the U.S. Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit. He was appointed in 1991 by President George H.W. Bush and retired earlier this year. Johnson, who has a series of aliases, is accused of writing unauthorized checks for more than $25,000 total out of Demoss' account. A family member discovered the withdrawals during a routine review, and notified authorities. "When (my sister) noticed his account was down she searched it and found eight or nine different transactions. She called me said didn't know what to do," Chip Demoss said. Relatives of the victim discovered the theft after finding eight checks had been cashed from his account. Investigators said Johnson had been cashing the checks from Nov. 1 through Dec. 18. When she was arrested, she was found with one of the checks in her possession, totaling more than $3,700, investigators said. The younger Demoss contacted authorities, and Johnson was arrested on Friday. - (Black-on-white)

    Homeless black female (domestic terrorist) Lakeisha Holloway driver in Las Vegas Strip massacre
Lakeisha HollowayLakeisha HollowayJessica ValenzuelaA 24-year-old Oregon woman has been identified as the driver accused of striking dozens of pedestrians, killing one, Sunday night on the Las Vegas Strip, The Oregonian reports. Lakeisha Holloway was booked into the Clark County Jail on charges of open murder, child abuse/neglect and failure to stop at the scene of a crash involving death or injury, records show. She is from Portland, Oregon. Police say he intentionally ran her car onto the sidewalk. She had her young child in the car with her when she drove into the crowd, police said. More than 30 people were injured after the car jumped onto a sidewalk and plowed into a large group of people on the Las Vegas strip just north of Harmon Avenue, Fox 13 reported. The accident occurred around 6:38 pm local time on Sunday night, involving a car driving north on Las Vegas boulevard. The car went onto a sidewalk and veered straight into a group of pedestrians, police said. - (Black-on-white)

1. Holloway Fled From the Scene After the Crash, Police Say
4. Holloway Was Homeless When She Was in High School & Won a Role Model Award From a Local Charity


    Convicted (black female) murderer gets 105 years in prison (for murder of 68-year-old White woman)
Allison MooreNancy HershmanMILAN, Ind. - Convicted murderer, Allison Moore, was sentenced to serve 105 years in prison, according to the Eagle 99.3. A judge sentenced Moore Monday. Moore killed 68-year-old Nancy Hershman in 2012. Police said she and two teenagers drove from Colerain Township to Milan, Ind. to burglarize several homes, one of which was Hershman's. The Milan bus driver and EMT was shot and killed. The two teens, Daniel Hodge and Sean Nichols, are already in prison. - (Black-on-white)

    Two (blacks) Charged with Murder (of White man), One (white female charged) with Robbery in Winslow Street Death
Nichalas VanZelfFreddie "De'Von" SoutherlandDevonte BumparsAmanda CamardoWatertown Police arrested three people Friday night in the stabbing death of 23 year old Nichalas VanZelf at his home on Winslow Street earlier in the day. Police charged Freddie "De'Von" Southerland, 19, 707 State Street, with first degree murder; Devonte Bumpars, 19, from New York City, with second degree murder and Amanda Camardo, 18, Cape Vincent, with second degree robbery. Police said patrols arrived to find VanZelf suffering from a stab wound to his chest early Friday morning; he died at Samaritan Medical Center shortly after. VanZelf's brother said that Nichalas was stabbed and died from cardiac arrest at the hospital at about 6:15 a.m. Friday. The trio went to VanZelf's apartment to rob him, "and with the intent to kill the victim...Southerland fatally stabbed the victim in the chest." Bachus also said Southerland "admitted to elements of the crime..." His mother said VanZelf was father to a son and expecting a daughter in February. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) Man Charged In Deadly Maplewood Home Invasion - White drug dealer murdered
Brandon Lamar Cooper Justin Niles WrightMINNEAPOLIS — A man has been charged with murder after a deadly home invasion in Maplewood in early November. Thirty-year-old Brandon Lamar Cooper is charged with two counts of second-degree murder for breaking into a home and then killing a man who lived there, according to the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office. Police were called to the house on Hazel Street early Saturday morning on Nov. 7. A woman who lived there told police she saw someone shoot 31-year-old Justin Wright. Investigators were able to track down Cooper as part of a burglary ring. They say that ring was responsible for other home invasions which targeted known marijuana dealers. Investigators also used information from cellphone towers to track Cooper’s phone to the home in Maplewood. - (Black-on-white)
  • Man Charged in Connection with Maplewood Home Invasion, Homicide
    The incident started after a woman called police at 4:47 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, and reported a shooting on the 2200 block of Hazel Street in Maplewood. Police say they arrived to find the woman covered in blood. She said a stranger entered their home and shot her boyfriend, who was later identified as 31-year-old Justin Niles Wright. He died at the scene. The Ramsey County Medical Examiner ruled Wright’s death as a homicide and said he died from a gunshot wound to the chest that caused him to bleed to death. The woman told police that she and Wright had been sleeping in the main floor bedroom when she awakened to hear a man say, “Tell me where it’s at.” She said she saw Wright in the hallway and that he lunged toward someone. She then heard a gunshot and realized that Wright had been shot, according to the complaint. The woman told police that she and Wright had been selling marijuana from their home and that some of their customers knew they kept “significant amounts” of marijuana in the house.
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks.

    Speedway community remembers (White) man shot (by black) over lottery money
Cameron TibbsDavid BowmanINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Speedway community plans to gather at the high school Friday night to remember 2003 graduate David Bowman. Bowman was shot and killed Saturday at the Phillips 66 gas station. Cameron Tibbs, 17, turned himself in to police this week for the shooting. Prosecutors are charging Tibbs as an adult for the murder. "(Bowman) had a passion for soccer as well as a passion for people, having fun and he was just a very fun loving kid,” Bowman's father, William Bowman, said about his son. Saturday night, Bowman went to cash two winning tickets at the gas station totaling $150. On his way out, he dropped the money and someone else picked it up. When Bowman went to get the money back, he got shot. “It just doesn’t make sense you can kill someone over $150," Michael Bowman said. A friend of David Bowman, Sheena Bannon, started a GoFundMe page on behalf of the family. - (Black-on-white)

    Indian River County deputy punched, shot after traffic stop; released from hospital
Andrew CoffeeChristopher LesterGIFFORD, Fla. - UPDATE: Indian River County Sheriff's Deputy Christopher Lester was released from the hospital Friday evening. Investigators say Lester was shot Friday morning by Andrew Coffee. The incident happened during a traffic stop. Investigators say Coffee was pulled over because he had no tag on his scooter. Sheriff Deryl Loar says coffee tried to kill the 26 year old deputy after he pulled Coffee over. The deputy was shot in the leg. "As he knocked the deputy down and sucker punched, he continued to stand over him and attempted to end his life," Loar said. Coffee is no stranger to the law. He was released from prison last May for an attempted murder conviction from back in 1993. "It reminds us of the dangers that are faced everyday in law enforcement. It is a war on the streets and I'm sick of it," Loar said. It's unclear how Coffee, a convicted felon, was able to obtain the gun. Coffee remains hospitalized with wounds to the torso and leg. - (Black-on-white)

    Life sentence upheld in 2012 double homicide at Wichita Dollar General
Marquis J. MarshallZachary "Zach" HuntHenry “Hank” HarveyThe Kansas Supreme Court on Friday upheld the capital murder conviction of a Wichita man who shot and killed an employee of a Dollar General Store and a grandfather shopping inside in 2012. Marquis J. Marshall, in his appeal, claimed he didn’t get a fair trial when he was tried for the Nov. 30 slayings of Zachary Hunt and Henry Harvey because Sedgwick County District Court officials didn’t order him to undergo a competency evaluation or look more deeply into his requests for a new lawyer. He also claimed a judge misspoke when he read instructions for deliberations to his jury. But justices, in a unanimous decision, rejected those arguments, saying they found no evidence to support Marshall’s claims.
Marshall walked into the Dollar General at 13th and Oliver in Wichita shortly after 8 p.m. the night of the shootings with a 22-caliber gun in hand. He shot Hunt, who was ringing up Harvey’s purchases, three times and then fired three more rounds into Harvey’s back. Harvey had gone to Dollar General to purchase candy for his grandchildren. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man charged in killings of (adulterous white) girlfriend, and a Baltimore woman that let him in
Terrence L. JenkinsShelly FillionHarry Fillion, Shelly's ex-husbandBALTIMORE —A man charged with murdering his girlfriend in Essex was also charged in a second killing in Baltimore City, police said. Baltimore County police said Terrence L. Jenkins, 49, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Shelly Fillion, who was found Monday at her house on Skipjack Court in Essex. Police said Fillion had suffered traumatic injuries. Police on Monday did not specify a motive, but quickly identified a suspect in the case. A break in the case came Thursday when police received a tip that someone saw Jenkins making a phone call from a house in the 3600 block of Pulaski Highway in east Baltimore. County police set up surveillance across the street at a motel, and while doing so, officers watched Jenkins walk up to a house, where a woman let him in. "We did not know what his connection was to that house, if anything. We suspected that perhaps someone was harboring him there," Baltimore County police spokeswoman Elise Armacost said. Police waited for Jenkins to exit, and when he did, they gave chase. Inside the house, police found the woman who let Jenkins inside dead. City police announced Friday evening that Jenkins was charged with murder. City police said county police found the victim after they obtained a search and seizure warrant for the location. Evidence at the scene included obvious signs of trauma, leading investigators to believe the case is a homicide, police said. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Spokane detectives investigating murder-suicide - another black murders his (white) wife - married just 2 months
Paul A. Kingstro and his dead white wifePaul A. Kingstro and his dead white wifeSPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane Medical Examiner confirmed the identity of the woman on Wednesday afternoon. Jennifer A. Miller Kingstro, 48, died from multiple gunshot wounds to the head. Her death is listed as a homicide. The other body found was that of Paul A. Kingstro, 45. His death listed as suicide by "perforating gunshot wound to the head." The marks that police officers left behind as they used a battering ram to force their way through the locked front door are visible. Once inside, another chilling discovery. “We did locate two deceased individuals inside,” said Capt. Olsen. “At that point we backed out, we've secured the scene. Our Major Crimes investigators have responded.” Detectives found a gun laying next to one of the victims. That and the fact the home was locked and showed no signs of forced entry, told police that this was likely a murder-suicide. Taylor Olson, describing his now-deceased neighbor said Jennifer lived next door for many years, but as of late had a new man in her life. “This guy, I don't know his name,” said Olson. all of a sudden he was just there.” Paul recently posted on his Facebook page: “There is nothing more I'd rather do in my life than love my wife and family and serve God.” - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Reckless black) Driver charged with second degree murder in pursuit - 73-year-old White man killed
Andre T. EanesThomas R. Rutledge, JrPOWHATAN, VA - The driver of the SUV has been charged with second degree murder, grand larceny and felony eluding a police officer, after killing one person and injuring another in a police pursuit that ended in a crash in Powhatan, according to State Police. Troopers were responding to reports of an SUV driving recklessly in the Cumberland Courthouse area. A trooper saw the vehicle going 79 mph in a 35 mph zone and tried to pull the driver over. Instead, police say the driver sped off and led them on a pursuit into Powhatan. As the driver was heading east on Route 60, it made a quick lane change and hit a car stopped at the intersection of routes 60 and 522, according to State Police. Two people in the stopped car were taken by helicopter VCU Medical Center for serious injuries. One of the victims died from their injuries, according to State Police. The victim was identified as 73-year-old Thomas R. Rutledge, Jr. The driver of the SUV, 18-year-old Andre T. Eanes, was not injured and taken into custody. He has been charged with reckless driving. "My dad was the one that passed away today from a person that decided to flee from police," said Kimberly Kay Rutledge in a Facebook post. "My dad passed once he got to the hospital..my step mom is in critical condition..please say prayers for my family..God knows with the anger I have in me right now I need them." - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Driver in fatal Hagerstown hit-and-run gets 8 years in prison - for slaughtering White motorcyclist
Nathaniel W. HartDarren E. Reeder, Jr.Members of Darren E. Reeder's family wept in a courtroom Wednesday as the prosecution recounted the events of Sept. 14, 2014, the night that the 33-year-old motorcyclist was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Hagerstown. The driver of the vehicle that struck Reeder, Nathaniel W. Hart, 50, of Shippensburg, Pa., was sentenced in Washington County Circuit Court to 13 years in state prison, with five years suspended. Circuit Judge Donald E. Beachley's sentence followed guilty pleas entered by Hart to negligent manslaughter by vehicle and failing to remain at the scene of an accident causing serious injury or death. Hart also was ordered to pay $2,277 in restitution to Reeder's family, many of whom were in attendance in the Hagerstown courtroom. "The state is pleased with the sentence," Deputy State's Attorney Gina Cirincion said afterward. "We hope that this brings some relief to DJ's family. We know this pain will continue. We wish we could do more." - (Black-on-white)

    ('Gay' white) Cancer researcher stabbed to death (by brutal black beast) during evening walk
Mark ErnstingCalvin Michael NimohToronto, Canada - A 39-year-old man fatally stabbed Tuesday evening was out for his regular evening walk and appears to be the victim of a robbery gone wrong, Toronto police say. Mark Ernsting, 39, died after he was attacked near 38 McGill St., just east of Yonge Street and close to Ryerson University, around 9:30 p.m. ET. Police say he was stabbed multiple times, including at least once in the head. "There was no previous relationship between the accused and the deceased," Det. Paul Worden said. "The deceased was just out for his normal evening walk and happened to come across the accused and he was attacked." Ernsting worked for the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research. He was also an adjunct professor at Ryerson University where he worked with graduate students in the electrical and computer engineering department. About an hour after the attack, police arrested Calvin Michael Nimoh, 21, near Yonge Street and Summerhill Avenue. He is charged with second-degree murder and appeared in court on Wednesday. - (Canada) - (Black-on-white)
  • Cancer researcher, loving husband killed in stabbing near Ryerson
    Dr. Mark Ernsting, right, with his husband Rob IsemanErnsting’s husband, Rob Iseman, and the many others he left behind don’t know if the attack was random or a robbery gone bad. But, they want to know why he was killed, Elaine Wilson said. Ernsting’s relationship with Iseman, who works for Metro, was a central part of his life.
  • Leviticus 18:22 - Never have sexual intercourse with a man as with a woman. It is disgusting.

    Trial set for (black) man accused of Cedar Rapids murders
Kendu PettiesSierrah SimmonsA December trial has been scheduled for a man charged with killing two people in Cedar Rapids in 2014. Last week Kendu R. Petties, 31, pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree murder. Petties' trial is set to start during the middle of December. He was arrested in Mesa, Arizona back in August on an Iowa warrant. Police say 22-year-old Quintrell D. Perkins and 20-year-old Sierrah Simmons were fatally wounded on April 2, 2014, when shots were fired from outside the Cedar Rapids home they were in. The trial is set to start December 14th. - (Black-on-white)
  • Police make arrest in 2014 Cedar Rapids double homicide - Sep 12, 2015
    Perkins and Simmons were found dead inside a home at 1708 Fourth Ave. SE when police responded to reports of a shooting there at 10:08 p.m. that day. Davis said Perkins and Simmons were at the residence baby-sitting Perkins' younger siblings when two men ran through the front door and out the back door. “And bullets came right behind them,” Davis said. Quintrell and Sierrah “definitely were not the targets.”
  • Sierrah Simmons - obituary

    Multiracial Woman Suspected of Murdering (White) Adoptive Mother After Discovery of Human Remains in Garage
Alicia Osibin (Possible image of victim) Mary OsibinThe adopted daughter of a slain 90-year-old woman in El Cerrito is being considered a suspect in her murder and police on Wednesday asked for the public's help in finding her. El Cerrito police said 50-year-old Alicia Osibinor Lisa as she known — is being considered a suspect in a murder based on concealed human remains that were found in her former residence on Dec. 2, police said. On Nov. 27, the day after Thanksgiving, relatives said they could not reach the victim, identified as Mary Osibin. So police initially began investigating reports that she was missing. The investigation led to a home on the 1000 block of Leneve Place, where a search done by various local law enforcement agencies yielded the discovery of human remains stored in a garbage barrel in the garage, police said. The remains were Mary Osibin's and the cause of her death was multiple gunshot wounds - investigators believe the crime occurred several months ago. Police describe Osibin as a heavy-set woman who stands at 5 feet 8 inches tall and is known to dress in traditionally masculine attire. - (Black-on-white)

    New details released in homicide investigation - White woman murdered - two black suspects
Heather BogleOmar SatchelOmar SatchelKeyona BorCLYDE, OH - New details have been released in the homicide investigation of Heather Bogle. Police now believe a white SUV, possibly belonging to a Bellevue man, is linked to her death. It is believed to have been used as a getaway vehicle the night Bogle's body was driven to the Sumerton Apartment complex in Clyde. A detective said that a reliable source informed him that a man from Bellevue may own the SUV, and that the vehicle owner has connections to suspects in the case. The sheriff's office has shared a picture of suspect Omar Satchel taking a selfie in a white SUV. Bogle, 28, was found beaten and shot to death in the trunk of her car in April. Back in September, Investigators named Omar Satchel and Keyona Bor as suspects in the case. "A lot of the evidence and other items involving this homicide relate and go back to these two," said Sandusky County Sheriff Kyle Overmyer. Before her death, Bogle had been last seen leaving work at Whirlpool in Clyde around 6:15 a.m. Thursday, April 9. She was then reported missing when she didn't pick up her 5-year-old daughter from school. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) St. Paul mom's slaying was first of violent spree - charges against 3 blacks and a girlfriend
Albert George McIntosh, Alvin Rudolph Bell Jr, Isiah Lee Harper and Michelle Lee KoesterSarah Anne WierstadA night of terror began in St. Paul and ended in Minneapolis on a Sunday in October, with suspects confronting nine people at gunpoint, killing two of them, the Hennepin County attorney announced Tuesday after weeks of investigation. The attacks appeared random. The first to die was Sarah Anne Wierstad, a 24-year-old mother returning to her St. Paul residence. She apparently interrupted a burglary, and one of the suspects is accused of shooting her outside her home. Julie Zietlow felt sick when she heard that the four people who were charged in October in her daughter's death are now accused in a Minneapolis crime spree in the three hours after Wierstad lost her life. "I don't want them ever to be released again," Zietlow said Tuesday. Mike Freeman, who called the case "one of the most violent rampages I have seen in my nearly 18 years as county attorney," said he's looking for the same for the four people. He said his office is working closely with the Ramsey County attorney's office "to make sure that, if convicted, they spend the rest of their lives in prison."
The Ramsey County attorney's office quickly filed charges, saying Albert George McIntosh, 31, of Minneapolis was the man who had shot Wierstad. They charged him with murder. Prosecutors charged Alvin Rudolph Bell Jr., 25, of St. Louis Park, with aiding and abetting murder and Isiah Lee Harper, 26, of Minneapolis, with aggravated robbery and burglary. Michelle Lee Koester, 42, of Minneapolis was accused of misleading and obstructing investigators. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Death of Missing (White) Teen Girl Ruled a Homicide, 32 year old black man arrested for statuatory rape of girl
Nicole Angstadt - suspectNicole Angstadt - suspectNicole Angstadt - suspectNicole AngstadtPolice have identified a body found in a basement in Middle Township, New Jersey as a missing Lower Township teen girl. They also say the investigation of her death led to the arrest of three men, one of whom allegedly had a sexual relationship with her, on unrelated charges. Nicole Angstadt, 15, was reported missing by her family on Dec. 1 and was last seen on Nov. 29 at her home in the Erma section of Lower Township. During the investigation, police found her body inside the basement of an abandoned home on the 100 block of Vermont Avenue in the Rio Grande section of Middle Township Monday. Police also say the homicide investigation led to the arrest of three men on charges unrelated to the girl's death. LaQuan Harris, 20, and Derrick Powers, 23, both of Rio Grande, were arrested and charged with armed robbery and conspiracy to commit armed robbery. Police also say their investigation revealed 32-year-old Charles Mosley was having a sexual relationship with Angstadt. He was arrested and charged with sexual assault of a person at least 13 but less than 16 years of age, endangering the welfare of a minor and trespassing. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Black bully slaps disabled White man - Police call on those identified in video to turn themselves in
black slaps BillyNIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. - Police in Niagara Falls say they have identified three of four people involved in a video that appeared online showing a physically and mentally disabled man being slapped. The video was posted to Facebook and shows the man, who authorities have identified as a man named "Billy," being struck. Police officers know Billy, who say they see him walking up and down Pine Avenue every day. Police say for the most part, Billy keeps to himself and bothers no one. Police in Niagara Falls say they have identified the man seen slapping video, two women off camera and they believe they have identified the person filming the incident. Officers met with the District Attorney's Office Monday afternoon and will be presenting evidence to a grand jury in the hopes of a felony indictment. Authorities say two charges apply. - (Black-on-white)

    COPS: 12-year-old (black) tricks elderly (White) man, steals car
Ray RafteryTyron McKinnonGULFPORT - At age 12, Tyron McKinnon was arrested by St. Petersburg police Monday night on felony charges for the twelfth time. Friday, that history was not known to 89-year old Ray Raftery of Gulfport, who is seen on security camera video pumping gas while McKinnon circled around him repeatedly on a bicycle. "He kept talking and I didn't realize he was trying to get my attention," Raftery recalled Tuesday, adding the pre-teen flagged him down as he started to drive away, and said his tire was low. After pulling over to the air pump and getting out of his vehicle, McKinnon directed him to the passenger side of the still-running RAV 4. "I was looking at the tire and I looked up, I could just see his face sliding into the seat," Raftery said. St. Pete police detectives recognized the 80 pound, 4'9" suspect right away, then spent the weekend trying to find him. . "This isn't the first time he's been arrested. We've had him in a number of cases where he stole other cars, he's been involved in burglaries and at least in one case, robbery," he said. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Suspect arrested and charged in shooting of (White) U.S. District Court Judge Terrence Berg
Terrence BergKevin Andre SmithDETROIT - An indictment issued against Kevin Andre Smith, 23, was unsealed in court on Monday in relation to the attempted robbery and shooting of U.S. District Court Judge Terrence Berg. According to the indictment, Smith was arraigned on charges of Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery from Jan. to May 2015, Armed Robbery, Assault with Intent to Murder, Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Felony Firearm. The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office said Berg was outside of his home taking the trash out around 9 p.m. on March 5 when Smith walked onto the front porch and said he had a gun. Smith said he and another man wanted to get inside the judge's home. when Berg refused, Smith allegedly pulled out a gun and shot Berg in the leg. According to the indictment, the second person involved is not going to be named as he is a witness. Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said Smith is believed to have been involved in as many as 13 other robberies from Jan. to May 2015 in the University District. Worthy said the robberies mainly involved senior citizens. - (Black-on-white)

    Family of (White) woman struck on Mississippi Ave. asks (black hit-and-run) driver to come forward
black hit-and-run criminalLaura Sue CardenCHATTANOOGA, TN - A Chattanooga woman was seriously injured over the weekend when she was hit by a car and the driver kept going. Seventy-year-old Laura Sue Carden was hit as she was crossing Mississippi Avenue early Saturday morning. Laura, who goes by Sue to family and friends, is known to walk in the early morning hours. Her family hopes the person who hit her does the right thing and comes forward. "I was thinking she would die. And I just hated the fact that she'd gotten hurt. She's such a little frail thing," says Sue Carden's sister, Pat Lawson. Lawson says all she can do is pray for her sister. "I was just shocked to see how badly she's broken up. How horrible the accident must have been for her." Around 3:30 Saturday morning Sue went for a walk. "She'd get up at that time and walk and come back and get her coffee," says Lawson. She was crossing near the 700 block of Mississippi Avenue in Chattanooga when a driver topped a hill and struck her and left the scene. "They said there was no places on the road where there was any attempt to stop at all," says Lawson. Sue is unconscious in the ICU. She has a broken pelvis, collar bone, fractured leg, broken bones in her neck, liver damage and head injuries. "She's 70 years old. They describe the driver as a black male in a silver or blue colored sedan. Investigators say the car will likely have front end damage. If you have info that can help, call Chattanooga police at 423-698-2525. - (Black-on-white)

  black thief (Black) Man Traps, Robs (White) Man of $836 in Elevator Inside Office Building in West Philly
- (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Pittsfield man faces arraignment after murdering (white) wife
Timothy Gill and (now dead) wife HalenaPITTSFIELD — Police have made an arrest in connection with the death of a 37-year-old Pittsfield woman. The man accused of killing her, her own husband. Thirty-eight-year-old Timothy Gill is scheduled to be arraigned here at Berkshire District Court later this morning in connection with the murder of his wife. Pittsfield police say they found the body of Halena Gill inside the couple’s Madison Avenue apartment Thursday morning. The cause of death has been ruled strangulation. This morning Gill is being held without bail. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Police issue warrant for second (black) suspect in New Albany murder (of White man)
Marcus Thomas Threatt Jr.Keontez L. MaloneCharles E. Fischbach IVNEW ALBANY — Police are looking for a second suspect in connection with the murder of 24-year-old Charles E. Fischbach IV, 24, Lanesville, on Saturday morning in the parking lot of Waffle House. A day after Marcus T. Threatt Jr., 22, Jeffersonville, was charged with murder and dealing in marijuana, a warrant was issued today for Keontez L. Malone, 1828 Nobel Road, Louisville, in connection with the murder. Threatt is accused of shooting and killing Fischbach in what officials called a drug transaction, robbery or attempted robbery. “There are other suspects police are looking at,” Henderson said at a press conference Monday. He said three other suspects may have been involved in some way. Threatt faces 45 to 65 years on the murder charge and an additional six months to 2 1/2 years for dealing in at least 30 grams of marijuana. - (Black-on-white)

    Manchester detective testifies at hearing for (black) accused (in shooting of White man)
Michael YoungeAdrien StillwellMichael PittmanA Manchester police detective testified on Friday that the gun used to fatally shoot Michael Pittman Nov. 3 did not have any identifiable fingerprints. But Detective Patrick Houghton said contact DNA testing is being done. Houghton testified at a hearing in 9th Circuit Court-Manchester District Division, after which Judge William Lyons has to decide if there is probable cause to bind Michael Younge, 25, over to the Hillsborough County Superior Court North. The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office and Manchester police Chief Nick Willard also announced on Friday evening that a second man was arrested in connection with Pittman’s murder. Adrien Stillwell, 21, has been charged with conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the Nov. 3 shooting of Pittman. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Battle Creek woman dies after reported domestic assault (by black husband)
Christopher CarpenterJoy CarpenterBATTLE CREEK, Mich. - Family has confirmed that a West Michigan woman has died after a severe beating over the weekend, reportedly at the hands of her husband. Christopher Carpenter is behind bars after police say he severely beat his wife Joy Carpenter, then dropped her off at a hospital. Police say Christopher Carpenter is a repeat offender, and after police confirmed Joy's death Tuesday afternoon, they will pursue homicide charges. Police say an argument between Joy and her husband turned violent inside a Battle Creek home on Saturday. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Arrest in Hampton woman's homicide in 1981
Ruben Edward Moore Olivia Dare Christian HAMPTON, Va. -- Hampton Police have arrested a man in connection with a homicide that took place in 1981. 65-year-old Ruben Edward Moore was arrested and charged with one count of homicide. Moore allegedly killed 32-year-old Olivia Christian on Sept. 4, 1981. Public Safety Communications received a call that day about a deceased female in the 200 block of Ivy Home Road. Officers arrived to find Christian dead inside the home. Moore was indicted by the Peninsula Multijurisdictional Grand Jury based on evidence presented by Attorney General Herring's Major Crimes and Emerging Threats Unit. Attorney General Mark Herring's office will prosecute the case under the authority of the Hampton Commonwealth's Attorney. - (Black-on-white)

    Argument over (black) man kicking dog ends in murder (of White man)
Roy ThompsonDavid KriegerBENTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A dispute over a man kicking a dog apparently led to a deadly shooting near Benton Harbor. It happened Friday morning in the parking lot of Michiana Supply on Milton Street near Napier Drive. Police say 53-year-old David Krieger saw Roy Thompson, 30, kicking a dog in the parking lot. Krieger apparently confronted him, leading to an argument that allegedly ended with Thompson shooting him in the chest. Thompson is in custody and facing open murder charges. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Boy escapes (black) would-be kidnapper in Liberty County, suspect on the run
Luke Gordonblack rapistLIBERTY COUNTY, Texas - People in Liberty County are concerned after a man tried to kidnap a 7-year-old boy near his home Tuesday. Investigators think the same man may have raped a woman and tried to kidnap another. The incidents happened in Dayton along County road 48-82 and FM 1413. Heather Gordon has three children and like most, the thought of losing one of them is indescribable. "At night I hold him tight because he could've been gone," she said. Investigators said 7-year-old Luke was walking down the road to a friend's house when a red truck pulled up. "The guy told Luke 'Well come on, I'll take you for a joy ride,'" Gordon said. Detectives said the man grabbed the boy's shoulder and tried to pull him into the truck and his mother saw it happen. "I fell to my knees. I was shaking so bad," Gordon said. "I was running down there crying, hollering his name, he wasn't answering." Thankfully, Luke broke free and ran immediately to a neighbor's home. The denoscription of the suspect and his red pick up is vague but investigators believe the man driving the car is also responsible for the rape of a 30-year-old woman somewhere along FM 1413, just west of Dayton. Investigators said a man driving a similar pick up has twice tried to lure a woman into his truck while she was jogging near her home in Liberty. "The similarities between the black male driving the red truck is so close and similar, it's possible these three are tied together," said Captain Ken DeFoor of the Liberty County Sheriff's Office. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Lawton man will stand trial for home invasion murder of (White) man defending his wife
Marquise RascoKarl William HuffmasterLAWTON, Okla._A Lawton man, charged with first-degree murder and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, will stand trial. Marquise Rasco appeared before a judge Monday for his preliminary hearing. Police say Rasco kicked through the front door of Karl and Kelly Huffmaster's home with a weapon and demanded money. Monday, Kelly Huffmaster said Rasco put a gun to her head, and when her husband tried to grab the gun, Rasco shot him in the chest. Karl Huffmaster died from the gunshot wound. The judge found there is enough evidence for a trial. Rasco is currently being held at the Comanche County Detention Center. - (Black-on-white)

    (Armed and dangerous tattooed black) Suspect In Thanksgiving Day Murder (of White man) Identified
Da’Juan MankinsGlen SteppCOLUMBUS, Ohio - The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office has identified a man accused in a deadly shooting on Thanksgiving day in the Hilltop neighborhood. 18-year-old Da’Juan Mankins has been charged with aggravated murder in connection to the shooting death of Glen Stepp on November 26. Police were called to the 20th block of Volney Avenue after a 911 caller reported a person was shot in a nearby alleyway. 29-year-old Stepp was found with at least two gunshot wounds to the upper body. He was transported to Grant Medical Center, where he later died from his injuries. Detectives believe robbery may have been motive for the homicide. Mankins, who remains at large, is described as a 5’10” black male, weighing 215 pounds with a tattoo on his face, neck and upper body. He may be in west Columbus or possibly in the Hilltop or Franklinton area. He should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information on this case or knows the whereabouts of Mankins is asked to call the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau at (614) 525-3351. - (Black-on-white)
  • Family suspects man killed in Franklin Township was set up to be robbed
    Stepp had a reputation for kindness among the neighborhood’s homeless, bringing them plates of food for the holidays or hot coffee on cold days. He previously had been homeless and wrestled with personal issues, said his mother, Sharon Marcum. His fiancee Melanie Hunter said she met Stepp while she was staying at a homeless shelter. They hit it off, got an apartment, and had been together about a year.

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