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ARCHIVE for 25 July 2016
The Color of Crime - "Blacks are statistically 50 times more likely to attack whites than vice versa"

Joshua ScottEmmanual Lockhart Sherrell McNeill Ibn HunterTravis LaneJames HeywardChristian LoganJeremy CarmichaelGeorge Williams Jr.

    (White female) Shooting victim responsive; (demonic black male) suspect faces grand jury
Kevin Q. MathisKelly Kiper LongoriaTwo days after Kelly Kiper Longoria was shot and abandoned outside a Winnsboro cemetery, the Baptist Message called her improvements "miraculous." One week later, hundreds have joined in as Longoria has continued to reach new milestones on her recovery journey at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Monday, Longoria's mother, Lisa Knight Kiper, said her daughter would be moved to her own room and is "lethargic, but responsive." "Please continue to pray for the same things as before and continued progress," Kiper said on Facebook. "She said 'Mama' yesterday...made my heart smile. She makes gestures with her hands." Kiper said the gestures indicate "I love you," "Bye," "a little bit" and "thumbs up." Longoria was able to breathe independent of the ventilator on Sunday, a milestone her family had been asking those including her in prayer requests to focus on. A second is the safe dissipation of two blood clots in Longoria's arm that she cannot receive medication for. "Pray, please, for her to have strength, comfort, patience and no blood clots," Kiper said in a Sunday message. "She is opening her eyes. Sometimes briefly, sometimes for about five to 10 minutes but not focusing her eyes yet, but that is normal at this stage." Longoria was on her way to work the morning of July 16 when she stopped at a convenience store. She was abducted at the store and taken to outside Gesthemane Cemetery, near Terry Wallace Memorial Park in Winnsboro, where she was shot in the head. Kevin Q. Mathis, 35, was booked into the Franklin Parish Detention Center on charges of attempted first-degree murder and aggravated kidnapping in connection with the case. Bond was set at $1 million. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Victim's (black) Husband Named as Person of Interest in Erie Stabbing Death
Billy Ray GordonWeeping AngelERIE, Pa. - Erie Police now have a person of interest in last Friday's homicide on the city's east side. Police Chief Randy Bowers says that Billy Ray Gordon, 57, is their only person of interest in connection with the stabbing death of Linda Gordon last week. Bowers confirmed Gordon and the victim were married. Billy Ray Gordon is already in Erie County Prison, charged with robbing the Erie Federal Credit Union on Buffalo Rd. July 14. He was arrested and arraigned for the robbery late on the night of July 22, after his wife's body was found. Investigators say, Linda Gordon, 51, died from multiple stab wounds to her torso. Police have not formally charged Gordon in his wife's death, but Bowers said the pattern of crimes leads them to believe he's involved. - (Black-on-white)
  • Homicide Victim Identified
    We have new information to report in the most recent homicide case in Erie, the sixth this year. Authorities have been looking for answers since a the body of a white female was discovered on the city's east side Friday. Late Saturday afternoon, Erie County Coroner Lyell Cook identified the woman as 51-year-old Linda Gordon of Erie. He ruled her death as a homicide, due to multiple stab wounds to her torso. Gordon's body was discovered Friday morning, in a grassy alley area, between Schaal Avenue and Camphausen Avenue. Both Erie police and the coroner theorize that the murder happened elsewhere and the body was left in the alley area. The discovery was made after a thunderstorm with a heavy downpour. Coroner Cook said it appeared the woman had been dead for several hours before her body was found.

Dangers of interracial dating

    Woman saves (White female victim) by throwing keys at (black) armed robber, police say
Danny BrownWhite female victim ROCK HILL, S.C. — Wiping tears from her eyes with tissue, a woman who was held at knifepoint in downtown Rock Hill sat in court Wednesday afternoon. She faced her alleged attacker only five hours after she feared for her life because of him. Rock Hill police said she was in an alley off Main Street at her office door Wednesday morning when Danny Brown, 58, robbed her. "She had her hands full, and she was putting her key in the door, trying to go into her office, and she was approached by a male, who produced a knife," Officer Paul Myers said. After grabbing her purse, police said Brown held the knife to the victim and walked her toward the ATM at a Wells Fargo branch to force her to get more money. Before they got there, a woman saw them together and started asking questions. Richard McCluskey runs a clothing shop next door. He said the witness spoke with him after it was all over. "She (the witness) asked the woman if she was OK, and the woman said ‘No,’ and the man said, ‘Yes, she's OK,’” McCluskey said. The witness had apparently been walking down Main Street around 8:30 a.m., when she heard a scream and stopped. Police said once the woman realized something was wrong, she threw her car keys at Brown, allowing the victim to get free. She then called 911 as Brown ran off. Police credited the woman for stepping in. "She did a very brave thing," Myers said. - (Black-on-white)

    Fayetteville clerk shooting and robbery caught on video - black robber shot White clerk that was holding hand up - "Dont Shoot!"
black robberWhite clerk with hands upFAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Police are looking for two men who shot a store clerk just as they finished an armed robbery in Fayetteville late Friday night. The incident happened at about 11:30 p.m. at the Sunoco Gas Station at 4527 Raeford Road, Fayetteville Police said in an email. “The investigation revealed that…. males armed with handguns, entered the Sunoco Gas Station and pointed the handguns at the clerk,” police said. The suspects immediately began making demands for the clerk to open the cash register. One of the suspects went behind the counter and stole an undetermined amount of money from the register. The suspect behind the counter also stole a sword that was beside the counter. As the suspects were fleeing the store, one of the men fired a gunshot that grazed the leg of the clerk. The clerk was not seriously injured and the suspects fled from the business in an unknown direction of travel. In video from the robbery scene, the clerk can be seen holding his hands up during the entire incident and flinching just as the gunshot hits him. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Man Shot, Killed After Robbery (by black male) In Bellevue
black killerBilly Ray PlunkNASHVILLE, Tenn. - A man who was killed after being robbed at a local apartment complex has been identified. Authorities said the incident happened around 5:30 a.m. Saturday in the parking lot of the Iroquois Apartments on Old Hickory Boulevard in Bellevue. The victim who was fatally wounded has been identified as 29-year-old Billy Ray Plunk, who police confirmed lived at the complex. According to a preliminary investigation, Plunk and his brother had just gotten to the apartments when they were approached by a gunman. The gunman allegedly demanded money, and Plunk complied. Police said the gunman shot Plunk moments later. Plunk was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where he passed away. Officials have described the gunman as a black male, standing around 6’ tall. He was wearing a red bandana and fled from the scene in a silver SUV driven by a white male. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Deaf couple recovering after beating, robbery (by 3 cowardly black thugs)
Charles Gayles Jr., Jeffrey Richardson, Charlontae SmithJimmy KelleyDiann KelleyOLIVE BRANCH, MS - A deaf Olive Branch couple was terrorized, beaten and robbed. The couple said it was God that helped get them through. Through sign language and translation help from their son, Diann and Jimmy Kelley said they were in their kitchen when three men—Charles Gayles, Jeffrey Richardson, and Charlonte Smith—broke through a back bedroom window, entered their home, shut the lights off and attacked them. 68-year-old Diann Kelley said the men flipped over the kitchen table, tied her up with duct tape over her mouth, wrists, and ankles, and beat her husband over and over with the ends of their rifles. "He says they just kept beating him with the guns. He can’t count how many times they hit him," the Kelley's son, Kevin, said through translation. "His hands are all swollen they hit his hands because he was trying to cover his head. They broke that finger. They broke his ribs." When the men left with duffle bags worth of their belongings, Diann was able to rip the tape off her mouth, find a knife to cut the tape from her ankles, and run for help. Jimmy is now back at home after suffering two broken ribs, an ear that had to be stitched back together, and gashes in his head. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) victim - robbed by blacks - shares story
Queshandis Seals and Dewon CampbellBrooklyn Thompson-PeytonCEDAR FALLS - A few days after getting shot, a 17-year-old boy is arrested for allegedly robbing two people at gunpoint. 20-year-old Queshandis Seals and Dewon Campbell, 17, were both taken into custody Thursday morning for robbing two women at gunpoint. They're accused of robbing two women in Cedar Falls at the Gold Falls Villa Apartments. Campbell was one of the three victims of a deadly Waterloo shooting Sunday night. Police were called to the Logan Avenue crime scene after three men went to Allen Hospital for gunshot wounds. Campbell was one of the three people shot, and another man died. Less than four days after 17-year-old Dewon Campbell was shot in Waterloo and released from the hospital, he, another man allegedly arrived to the Gold Falls Villa Apartments in Cedar Falls to rob the victims at gunpoint. "And, then I ran into the closet and got really scared. I pretty much just sat there, and they held a gun to my head also, and they thought I was going to call police, which was my intention, but I couldn't," Brooklyn Thompson-Peyton said. Brooklyn lives in Waterloo, but was staying with her friend at the Cedar Falls apartment. Brooklyn says the two men came inside around 1:30 a.m. That's when they held them at gunpoint and demanded money and their electronics. - (Black-on-white)

    Leftover hamburger ends in lengthy prison sentences for (black) bank-robbing brothers
Nathan Benson or Dominick T. JohnsonGRAND RAPIDS, MI -- DNA evidence from a partially eaten hamburger recovered from a stop Oshtemo Township bank robbers made after a heist helped convict the mastermind behind the holdups. On Wednesday, July 20 the man convicted of planning and driving the getaway car in bank robberies around Kalamazoo, Dominick T. Johnson, 34, of Chicago, was sentenced to 72 years and eight months in prison by U.S. District Judge Gordon J. Quist, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Justice. Johnson was convicted by a jury in January of seven crimes, including conspiracy, bank robbery, and firearms charges, after a two-week trial. He planned and served as the get-away driver for three completed bank robberies in and around Kalamazoo. Authorities say he was behind the May 29, 2014, robbery of PNC Bank in Galesburg, the July 29, 2014, robbery of Comerica Bank in Comstock Township, and the January 8, 2015, robbery of Old National Bank in Oshtemo Township. Johnson's half-brother, Nathan Benson, previously pleaded guilty for his role in the robberies and was sentenced to 14 years' imprisonment in March. In all three robberies, Benson brandished a loaded firearm and pointed it at bank employees. In two of the robberies, Benson forced the employees into the bank's vault. - (Black-on-white)

    (Two blacks) held without bond in connection with fatal shooting (of White man)
Ryan MumawRakeem Deqwan "Rockee" NewmanTayjuhn CobleCHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — A Charles Town, W.Va., man who was charged in connection with the fatal shooting of 21-year-old Ryan Mumaw was being held without bond Wednesday in Eastern Regional Jail, according to court records. Rakeem Deqwan "Rockee" Newman, 18, of West Washington Street, was arraigned on one count of first-degree murder. Mumaw of Jefferson County was pronounced dead at Jefferson Medical Center in Ranson, W.Va., at 2:57 p.m., on Tuesday after being shot in the Tuscawilla Hills subdivision near a basketball court along Tuscawilla Drive. They are still looking for the other two males who were in the vehicle with a juvenile and Newman, and the sheriff said additional arrests stemming from the fatal shooting are possible. Mumaw appeared to have died as a result of a single gunshot wound that went through his upper back and exited out of his chest. Mumaw's brother, who was with him when he was shot, told police that the incident occurred where they had agreed to meet the juvenile to conduct a marijuana transaction. Dougherty said Wednesday that investigators believe, as of Wednesday, that the amount of money and marijuana involved amounted to a "minor" drug deal and the sheriff readily agreed that it is "rather unusual to have someone shot and killed over a marijuana sale." Mumaw's brother, after seeing two black males get out of the juvenile's vehicle, told police that he heard his passenger side window break and saw his sibling bleeding from the chest, and then at the same time, attempted to flee from the basketball court area where the juvenile's vehicle had parked in front of his, records said. In his statements to police, the juvenile, too, indicated that the shooting occurred during what was supposed to be an arranged marijuana sale, and that he took Newman and two other males with him to buy marijuana from Mumaw, records said. - (Black-on-white)
  • Second Charles Town shooting suspect turns himself in
    CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — A second suspect has been charged in connection with the fatal shooting of 21-year-old Ryan Mumaw — roughly 24 hours after police made an initial arrest in the case Tuesday night. Tayjuhn Coble, 18, of Ranson, W.Va., was charged with first-degree murder and second-degree accessory before the fact after he turned himself in about 7 p.m. Wednesday at the sheriff's office, Jefferson County Sheriff Pete Dougherty said. Coble's arrest followed the arrest of Rakeem Deqwan "Rockee" Newman, 18, of Charles Town, who was arraigned Wednesday morning on one count of first-degree murder after he was taken into custody Tuesday night, according to Dougherty and Jefferson County Magistrate Court records.
  • Charles Town community remembers Ryan Mumaw
  • Mumaw goes under to win tourney - August 3, 2012
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

    Two (blacks) arrested in shooting death of (White) KCK police officer - "Jamaal" and "Daqon"
Robert Dave MeltonDaqon Sipple and Jamaal LewisKANSAS CITY, Kan. We have identified two suspects arrested in connection with the shooting death of Kansas City Police Captain Richard "Dave" Melton. According to jail records, Jamaal Lewis, 20, was booked into Wyandotte County Detention Center on First Degree Murder charge late Tuesday. Daqon Sipple, 18, was booked on one count of Aggravated Assault of a Law Enforcement Officer (Use of Deadly Force) Tuesday evening. It will be up to the District Attorney's Office to determine formal charges. Police tell us they expect to present the case to the DA later today. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Correctional Officer dies in fall down elevator shaft after 'altercation' with black sex offender
Timothy D. Gilliam JrCorrectional Officer Kristopher MoulesWILKES-BARRE — The correctional officer and inmate killed in a fall Monday night smashed through closed elevator doors and plummeted to their deaths during a scuffle in what appears to have been a “freak accident,” the county manager said Tuesday. Correctional Officer Kristopher Moules, 25, of Larksville, and Timothy D. Gilliam Jr., 27, of Wilkes-Barre, died following the confrontation on the aging jail’s fifth floor about 6:25 p.m. Monday. The pair had been engaged in a confrontation that began as an exchange of words between inmate and officer and escalated into an altercation that spilled out into a common area near the elevator. Jail staff had already reviewed surveillance footage and determined Moules did nothing wrong. “The altercation, which lasted only seconds, proved to be extremely tragic,” he said. The officer sounded an alarm that prompted other officers to run up five flights of stairs to assist, and another officer was on the scene within seconds, Pedri said. The two officers tried to subdue Gilliam, at which point he and Moules “smashed” through the elevator door, he said. “That elevator door gave way, leading to their tragic fall,” Pedri said. “ Gilliam’s manner of death was ruled accidental, while the manner of death for Moules was listed as undetermined pending the results of further investigation. Gilliam was a 27-year-old Wilkes-Barre resident being held for failing to register with police as a sex offender.
He admitted he knew the girl was only 14 but that she looked so good that he had sex with her anyway. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black child sex offender) Inmate from Dallas named suspect in killing (of White female) correctional officer
Dillion Gage ComptonMari JohnsonAUSTIN — Texas prison officials have identified Dillion Gage Compton, a 21-year-old inmate from Dallas, as the suspect in a killing this weekend at a state prison unit. Texas Department of Criminal Justice officials found the body of correctional officer Mari Johnson on Saturday at the French Robertson Unit in Abilene. They allege that Compton, who is serving time for aggravated sexual assault of a child, attacked Johnson as she entered the prison's storage area near the kitchen. Investigators with the prison agency's inspector general are gathering evidence in the murder and will present the case to prosecutors in Jones County, officials said. Gov. Greg Abbott released a statement Saturday about the murder, calling on Texans to pray for the victim and her family. "Texas will ensure the perpetrator receives swift justice, and TDCJ has been instructed to take all necessary measures to enhance the safety of their staff to prevent such tragedies," he said. - (Black-on-white)

    White man 'sucker punched' by demonic black man - game?
black on white unprovoked knockoutDisturbing video released Tuesday shows a man randomly punching a 65-year-old man in the face as he’s walking along a Brooklyn Heights street. The attack was captured on surveillance video and shows the suspect walking with a group of people down Joralemon Street near the corner of Henry Street, as the victim is walking in the opposite direction around 11:15 p.m. July 6. As the man nears, the suspect can be seen taking a running start as he gears up to land the punch, which broke the victim’s glasses and knocked him over a fence and into some bushes. The attacker then calmly walks off with the group as the man struggles to get back on his feet. The sucker punch recalls the sick “knockout game,” in which criminals try to render their victims unconscious with a single blow. The victim was taken to an area hospital, where he was treated and released. Cops described the suspect as a black male standing around 5 feet 10 and weighing around 160 pounds. He was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and sneakers. Police are asking anyone with information in regards to this incident to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477). - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man arrested in Berkeley tied to Oakland killing (of white woman), found with alleged murder weapon
Darion BrownAlexis ErvinA 21-year-old man from Pittsburg who was arrested in Berkeley on Wednesday with a gun authorities say was used to kill a young woman in Oakland earlier that day has been charged with murder. Berkeley officers arrested Darion Brown at 10:30 a.m. June 8 after being called to 1201 The Alameda for a report of a man who was “acting aggressive” toward Chevron gas station customers, according to court papers. The caller told police the man was not allowing customers to leave and “things were ‘escalating.'” A Berkeley officer who arrived on the scene spoke to Brown and, based on his demeanor and actions, the officer wrote, detained Brown for a mental health evaluation. Brown had no ID on him, but he said police could look in his backpack for it, according to court documents. Inside the bag, the officer said he found an unloaded pistol that had been reported stolen. Brown was arrested in connection with carrying the concealed weapon, possession of a firearm by a prohibited person and possession of stolen property. The Oakland Police Department had linked Brown to the killing of Alexis Ervin shortly before 7 a.m. Wednesday. The two knew each other, according to court papers. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Baton Rouge Shooter Gavin Eugene Long Was Nation Of Islam Member, Railed Against ‘Crackers’ On YouTube Channel [VIDEO]
Gavin Eugene LongGavin Eugene LongBrad GarafolaOfficer Matthew GeraldMontrell Jackson A Youtube account operated by Gavin Eugene Long and discovered by The Daily Caller reveals key insight into what might have motivated the 29-year-old black man who killed three Baton Rouge police officers Sunday morning. Videos on Long’s account show that he was a former Nation of Islam member. He also ranted against “crackers” and made references to Alton Sterling, the black man killed by police in Baton Rouge on July 5. Other information about Long shows that the Kansas City native, who CBS reported was honorably discharged from the Marines in 2010, went by the name Cosmo Ausar Setepenra. ... In the video Long is heard lamented “working for the white people.” - (language) - (language) - (Black-on-white) - (Blue lives matter)
    BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA - "Black Separatist" assasin killed after killing 3, wounding 3 police officers.
BATON ROUGE — Three officers were killed and three others were wounded in an early morning shooting in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Officials say six law enforcement officers were reported shot around 9 a.m. on Airline Highway near Old Hammond Highway in Baton Rouge, just several miles from the local police department. McKneely says the suspect’s dead body was found next door, outside of a fitness center. Sources told CBS News the suspect has been identified as Gavin Eugene Long, a 19-year-old black man. police said there is currently no active shooter situation in Baton Rouge. “We believe that the person who shot and killed our officers that he was the person that was shot and killed at the scene,” Louisiana State Police Col. Mike Edmonson said. Gov. John Bel Edwards asked the public to pray for the officers involved and their families. He is expected to hold a press conference on the issue later this afternoon.

    (Black) Suspect charged in shooting deaths of 88-year-old female patient, (White) female employee at Florida hospital
David OwensWeeping AngelCarrie RouzerAuthorities charged a 29-year-old man with two counts of murder in the shooting deaths of a patient and employee inside a Florida hospital earlier Sunday in what is being described as a "random" attack. David Owens, of Titusville, entered Parrish Medical Center at 2 a.m. and used a handgun to shoot and kill 88-year-old patient Cynthia Zingsheim and employee Carrie Rouzer, 36, in Zingsheim's room, Titusville police said. Police said Owens entered the building through the emergency room before making his way to the third floor. The women were shot in a third-floor room, near where the 210-bed hospital's birthing suites are located. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Officer sustains brain injury during traffic stop
Alex DowellRon CaffeeELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. —Officer Ron Caffee is at University Hospital recovering from a brain injury he sustained while working a traffic stop on an ATV Saturday. Caffee was dragged several feet and thrown onto the pavement. "The officers responded to a series of calls we got on reckless driving, taking place up and down Dixie Highway, including dirt bikes, an ATV, popping wheelies cutting in and out of traffic, so forth," said Elizabethtown police Chief Tracy Schiller. Schiller said Caffee began talking to the man on the ATV, Alex Dowell, who had warrants out for his arrest. Dowell tried to make a run for it. "That subject tried to get back on the ATV and take off as Ron was trying to stop him, the fellow took off and dragged him a distance, and eventually pitched him, that caused him to fly forward and hit the ground," said Schiller. The chief said Caffee now has very serious brain injuries.  Caffee's wife, son and the entire Elizabethtown Police Department are now praying for his recovery. - (Black-on-white)

    Cops search for (black) suspect who forced (White female) victim out of car by her hair
Wayne AlfordWhite female carjackedFORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. -- Police are searching for a teen accused of forcing a woman out of her vehicle by her hair at the drive-thru window of a Dunkin Donuts. According to Forsyth County Sheriff's Department, the suspect stole a vehicle during a July 8 robbery at the Dunkin Donuts located in the 7800 block of McGinnis Ferry Road. Authorities said the victim had placed her order and was in the drive-thru line of the Dunkin Donuts when Alford tried to get in her car. Within seconds, he opened the door, grabbed the woman by her hair and dragged her out of the car. The vehicle was later recovered in a nearby subdivision. Evidence found in the vehicle is linked to 19-year-old Wayne Alford of Atlanta. Deputies said a fingerprint led to Alford. "During our investigation into this incident we found that he was involved in a pursuit in Suwanee and it seems as if in an attempt to get away from Suwanee he committed this carjacking to try to get away from them," said Forsyth County Deputy Epifanio Rodriguez. Alford is facing charges of robbery, simple battery and carjacking. - (Black-on-white)

    SLC Police investigate two possible (black-on-White) hate crimes - White men attacked by pack of cowardly racist blacks
suspectsuspectsuspectSALT LAKE CITY - Salt Lake City police are investigating two possible hate crimes. SLCPD said over the weekend a group of black men attacked two white men, in two separate incidents, and they think the incidents are related The first attack happened on South Temple around 10 o'clock Friday night. A 15-year-old white male was walking with two other friends near Temple Square when they were approached by two black males. "They asked about a cigarette lighter," said Detective Greg Wilking with the Salt Lake Police Dept. "They said basically they didn't have a cigarette lighter and then the black males started saying stuff to the effect of look at the white boy." Police say the 15-year-old was then attacked. "He was hit in the head and didn't require hospital care, but he was assaulted by these two individuals," said Det. Wilking. A short time later, and just around the block on 100 S. Regent Street, police say another man was attacked by a group of black men. "We had an attack where a male was walking down the street and he was approached, this time, by three black males and they asked him a question about race. Basically he told them he didn't understand their question and they began assaulting him." This attack more severe. The 32-year-old victim had to be taken to the hospital with injuries to his jaw and eye socket. Police say in both cases the suspects denoscriptions were similar. "Both of the victims in these cases felt like they were targeted because they were white by black individuals," said Det. Wilking. - (Black-on-white)

    Two (worthless blacks) arrested for fatal aggravated home robbery in Crossett - murdered White woman and wounded granddaughter
Carl L. Robinson (L) and Davonta Morris Karen Lee SivekCROSSETT, Ark. — Two men are behind bars in Ashley County after police say they killed a woman and injured a 14-year-old girl during an aggravated home robbery early Sunday morning. The Crossett Police Department confirms they were called out at 4:30 a.m., about a shooting in the 500 block of West 8th Ave. Responding officers found a dead woman inside the home. The victim, identified as 60-year-old Karen Sivek, lived at the home. An injured teenage female was also found there, and she was taken to an area hospital for treatment. Police began investigating, and determined Carl L. Robinson, 20, and Davonta D. Morris, 18, were responsible for the fatal aggravated home robbery. - (Black-on-white)

    Interracial couple arrested in connection with deadly shooting (of White man) near Luther
Tyler Don MuckWilliam Haywood, Jr.Patience VaughnOKLAHOMA COUNTY —A man and woman were arrested Friday in connection with a deadly shooting of a man this week near Luther. Oklahoma County sheriff's deputies arrested William Haywood, Jr., and Patience Vaughn at a home in Tahlequah, officials said. Officers were searching for them for the killing of Tyler Muck, who was found around 4 a.m. Monday on Northeast 234th Street, just east of Luther. Haywood was arrested on a criminal complaint of first-degree murder, possession of a firearm after former conviction of a felony and unauthorized use of a vehicle, officials said. He is being held without bond on the murder complaint. His bond for the other two complaints has been set at $28,000. Vaughn is being held on a complaint of harboring a fugitive, possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia. Her bond was set at $8,000. They were booked into the Oklahoma County Jail. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (White) Woman says she was targeted (by pack of blacks) after visiting local pawn shop
Erin Hartley3 black armed robbersCOLUMBUS, Ohio It’s one moment that is offering a sense of clarity to Erin Hartley knowing now it very well could have ended much differently. “I’m still alive,” she said. “I mean, he could have shot me. He could have shot and killed me right there in front of my son.” Monday morning Hartley was at the Hilltop Pawn Shop buying back some of her belongings. The Columbus State student had $2,000 on her, courtesy of a recent school refund. In surveillance video obtained by Hartley from the pawn shop, you can see her standing at the counter with her four-year-old son by her side. Five minutes later, three men enter the shop. While Hartley is being waited on the three men appear to linger behind her. Hartley believes they noticed the money in the envelope when she pulled it from her purse. Then, the men leave. The video shows the men walking out and what Hartley says was their dark vehicle going down West Broad Street before coming back and parking behind another vehicle near the front entrance of the shop. When Hartley leaves the store in her vehicle, the dark vehicle pulls out after her. Three miles away Hartley, parked outside her house. She unbuckled her son in the backseat and then went to the trunk to get out her items. That’s when she says it happened.
“He came up behind me with a gun,” she said. “And he grabbed me by the neck and held it to my head.” She says the same man from the pawn shop, who is seen in the video wearing a white tank top and red hat, demanded her purse and ripped it off her arm. Hartley says she fought back. “Right before he sped off, I grabbed it,” she said. “So, I’m hooked on my purse and got [dragged] down the street.” For a half-block, she says she was dragged before the vehicle turned the corner and she lost her grip. The scrapes, cuts and bruises on her arms and legs are fresh reminders of her traumatic experience. “I’ve lived here for three years and I feel pretty safe, but now I’m starting to change my mind,” she said. “It’s very uncomfortable.” She’s hoping the men from the video can be identified and arrested to give her and her family peace of mind. “When something like that happens to you, you kind of want to get justice,” she said. “You want to see them get what they deserve.” Hartley says her purse was found a few blocks away near a gas station. She says everything was in it except for $1,800 in cash and her credit cards. - (Black-on-white)

    Police: Man jailed after Facebook comments to ‘kill all white cops’
Derrick Hudson A 19-year-old Macon man was arrested after he allegedly posted comments on a TV station’s Facebook page telling the public to “kill all white cops.” Derrick “De De” Hudson, of a Roosevelt Avenue address, is accused of typing “Just kill all white cracker cops LLH” (laughing like hell) on a post by WGXA-TV about 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to an arrest warrant. He is charged with soliciting people to commit murder. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Suspect in Muhammad Ali Blvd. murder (of White woman) in custody
Kenneth Dewayne WillisAshley SpriggsLOUISVILLE, KY - A man has been arrested in the connection with the shooting death of a woman in the Russell neighborhood. Kenneth Dewayne Willis, 51, is charged with murder, possession of a handgun by a convicted felon and possession of a controlled substance (heroin). Louisville Metro police were sent to a home in the 2300 block of W. Muhammad Ali Blvd. just before 9 p.m. July 12 on a report of a shooting. Officers learned that a female victim had been dragged to a car which left the scene. The victim, Ashley Spriggs, 26, was driven in a car to the emergency department of Norton Hospital. Spriggs was transferred to University of Louisville Hospital where she died about five hours after the shooting. The Jefferson County Coroner's Office said Spriggs died from a gunshot wound to the head. Willis, who was identified by a witness as the shooter, is being held at Louisville Metro Corrections without bond. He is scheduled to be arraigned July 15 at the Metro Correction courtroom. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Inmate facing death penalty (for murder of White mother) escapes the Broward County Courthouse; manhunt underway
Jill SuDayonte Resiles Nan-Yao SuA Broward County jail inmate facing the death penalty escaped the Broward County Courthouse around 9:30 a.m. Friday, according to Broward Sheriff’s Office. Two hours after being evacuated, courthouse employees working in areas other than the criminal court and the public defender’s office were allowed to re-enter at 11:50 a.m.. Traffic has been blocked at Las Olas Boulevard and Third Street in Fort Lauderdale. Meanwhile, BSO deputies walked along the river in search of Dayonte Resiles, 21. Resiles was charged with first degree murder in the September 2014 home invasion stabbing death of Davie’s Jill Su, was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and black shorts. He’d been brought to the courthouse from the jail for a hearing on a defense motion to remove the death penalty as a sentencing option. - (Black-on-white)

    Canada: Family, police 'devastated' as estranged black husband charged in deaths of (mixed-race) Taliyah Marsman, (white) mother
Colin MarsmanSara BaillieTaliyah Leigh Marsman The body of five-year-old Calgary girl Taliyah Marsman has been found days after her mother was discovered dead. Police later charged 46-year-old Edward Downey with two counts of first-degree murder. "We are very saddened to be announcing today that we believe we have found the body of five-year-old Taliyah Marsman," Calgary police Chief Roger Chaffin told a news conference Thursday night. He said the discovery has been a brutal blow both to the girl's family and the roughly 100 officers who have been working nonstop to find her since Monday night. That's when her mother, Sara Baillie, was discovered slain in a basement suite the two shared in the city's northwest. "They are completely devastated by the loss, as am I," Chaffin said. - (Canada) - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) 16-year-old sought in Lorain homicide (of White man) , considered armed and dangerous
Kenneth ShinafeltDarius RameyLORAIN, Ohio - Lorain police are looking for a 16-year-old boy in connection with a homicide in Lorain earlier this week. According to Lorain police, Darius Ramey, 16, has been identified as the suspect in the murder of 31-year-old Kenneth Shinafelt. newsnet5.com does not typically identify juveniles. However, police are searching for Ramey and he is considered armed and dangerous. Shinafelt was shot and killed just before midnight on Monday in the 2300 block of Reeves Avenue. According to police, officers have met with Ramey’s mother, who said he has been living on the streets since May. He is known to frequent the West Side of Lorain and to hang out in the Lorain Metropolitan Housing Authority developments of Leavitt Homes and Westview Terrace, near Leavitt Road. Darius Ramey is a black male who is 6-foot 1-inches tall and weighs 140 lbs. - (Black-on-white)

    Family: (White female) Sonic Worker Shot 6 Times in LR (by 3 black thugs)
suspectsuspectsuspectOlivia "Liv" StanageLITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A worker at a local Sonic restaurant injured in a Wednesday night incident was shot six times, according to her family. The shooting victim has been identified as Olivia "Liv" Stanage, 20. "Liv is hanging on. She is a tough kiddo. We are looking at surgery today," Stanage's mother posted Thursday on Facebook as she prepared to board a flight from the U.S. Virgin Islands to Florida and then Arkansas. Stanage suffered "6 total gunshot wounds. 4 to the chest," her mother posted, adding that "EVERY SINGLE major organ & vessel was missed." She was stable at last report. Police continue their search for three suspects in the case and the tan Cadillac Deville they drove off in after the shooting on Chenal Parkway. The police report gave these denoscriptions of the suspects: all were black males 20-25 years old, one wearing a black t-shirt, and another wearing a white t-shirt. No clothing denoscription on third suspect. The weapon was described as a handgun. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Teen faces charges in connection with Lincoln, Nebraska shooting death (of two apparently white men and family dog)
Markel SteeleAngelique Fisher and Xheronte LewisTerique Jacksonfamily dogChristopher ColemanChristopher ColemanJerry GriffisLINCOLN, Neb. —Lincoln police will charge another suspect in the murder of 32-year-old Christopher Coleman this past April. Markel Steele, 17, will be charged with 1st degree murder, attempted 1st degree murder, robbery, animal cruelty resulting in death, and use of a firearm to commit a felony. The charges stem from a shooting on April 18th that left Coleman dead, and 21-year-old Jerry Griffis seriously injured. Steele has been in custody since May 5 on unrelated robbery charges, according to the Lincoln Police Department. Police have previously made multiple arrests in the shootings. They include: Xheronte Lewis, 20, arrested on April 18thth for aiding and abetting a robbery Angelique Fisher, 18, arrested on April 27th for accessory to felony Terique Jackson, 24, arrested on July 2nd in Aurora, Colorado, on arrest warrants for aiding and abetting a robbery, aiding and abetting 1st degree murder, and accessory to a felony. Steele will make his court appearance this afternoon. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Murder Suspect Fatally Shot (white) Acquaintance in Car: Prosecutors
Quinnizel ClarkJames DewyerAuthorities have made an arrest in the fatal shooting of a man found dead inside a car earlier this year. Burlington County prosecutors announced Monday that 34-year-old Quinnizel Clark, of Belleville, is charged with murder and a weapons offense. He was arrested Friday and remains jailed on $500,000 cash bail. The charges stem from the death of 68-year-old James Dewyer. He was found January 3 in a car parked in Mansfield Township. Prosecutors say Clark and Dewyer were acquaintances who had spent time together earlier that day. They say Clark drove Dewyer's car to the site where it was found and shot him multiple times before fleeing on foot. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Yet another white) woman (murdered by her black boyfriend)
Dion StevensEmily SonnemanWICHITA, Kan. – Wichita police have identified two victims in a murder-suicide that happened Wednesday afternoon at the Brookwood Apartments in the 1700 block of South Rock Road. Wichita Police Lt. Todd Ojile identified the victim as 24-year-old Emily Sonneman and the suspect as 26-year-old Dion Stevens. Police believe the two were arguing in an apartment Wednesday shortly before the shootings. “We believe that Ms. Sonneman had gone to the house to return property to Mr. Stevens,” said Lt. Todd Ojile, Wichita Police. “It is still unclear what happened in the apartment, but we know that at some point in time witnesses heard screaming from the apartment.” Police said Sonneman jumped off the balcony to flee. They said that’s when the suspect ran after her and fired several shots causing Sonneman to collapse. Police arrived, and Sonneman was able to give police the gunman’s name before being transported to the hospital where she later died. “Officers were able to contact further witnesses who gave a location for the shooter which was in one of the apartment buildings,” Lt.Ojile said. Police found Stevens with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Police say the two had dated for eight to nine months, and the couple had no history of domestic violence. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (White) Woman killed in SC K&W Cafeteria parking lot was to testify against her (black) boyfriend in murder trial
Negroes of interestDeonte LanierAmanda Fisher (after)Amanda Fisher (before)A Shallotte, N.C., woman shot and killed in a North Myrtle Beach parking lot was a witness for the state in April in a 2012 Mecklenburg County, N.C., killing. The case ended in a hung jury. North Myrtle Beach police are searching for two (black) men in connection with the 11 a.m. Saturday shooting death of Amanda Renee’ Fisher, 29, according to city of North Myrtle Beach spokesman Pat Dowling. Dowling said witnesses outside the K&W Cafeteria at 1621 U.S. 17 N. on Saturday reported hearing a gunshot ring out and then seeing a man pull a body from a white vehicle before he and another occupant fled in the vehicle. The two men being sought, whose identities are unknown, “were in the company of the victim on the evening prior to and the morning of her death,” Dowling said. On April 12, Fisher begrudgingly testified for the state against her boyfriend Deonte Lanier, charged in the 2012 Mecklenburg County killing. At the time she lived in Mount Holly, N.C. When she suddenly moved to Myrtle Beach to avoid testifying, a judge had her arrested and held to ensure her appearance. On Lanier’s Facebook page there are several pictures of Fisher and Lanier together, with the last one posted in January 2014. - (Black-on-white)
  • (White) NC woman shot and killed at K&W Cafeteria in North Myrtle Beach - (Two black 'persons' of interest)
  • Testimony from (black) murder defendant’s (obese white) girlfriend conflicts with her earlier statements to police - April 12, 2016
    Connell “Tigo” MuskellyDeonte Lanier’s freedom could depend on whether jurors believe Amanda Fisher’s testimony on Tuesday or what police say she told them shortly after the 2012 shooting death of Johnny Peay. Lanier, 25, is on trial this week, charged with first-degree murder. If convicted, he faces mandatory life imprisonment without parole. Co-defendant Connell “Tigo” Muskelly is expected to testify against Lanier later in the trial. Tuesday, Fisher, Lanier’s girlfriend, took center stage. She told the jury she didn’t want to be in the witness chair. Prosecutors say the 29-year-old Mount Holly woman suddenly moved to Myrtle Beach after being subpoenaed to testify against Lanier. The trial judge had her arrested and jailed to make sure she turned up in court. On the night of Sept. 26, 2012, according to Fisher’s testifimony Tuesday, she and the man she affectionately called “Big Daddy” argued at her Gaston County home before Lanier drove off on his scooter. She said he returned the next morning as Fisher was watching a TV news report about Peay’s killing the night before. “He was like, ‘Oh s--t,’ ” Fisher recalled. She said Lanier walked into the kitchen and called a friend on his cellphone. She said she heard Lanier say, “Tell your unc to hide his gun.” When Lanier came back to the couch, “I asked him, ‘Did you have something to do with that (killing)?’ ” Fisher said. Lanier asked how she could ask such a question, she said, then punched a hole in a nearby wall. In his questioning of Fisher, assistant prosecutor Jay Ashendorf spent particular time asking her about a sawed-off shotgun she says her boyfriend kept behind the door of their bedroom. “Do you love the defendant?” Ashendorf asked. “Yes sir, I do,” Fisher replied. “Do you want to see him go away to prison for the rest of his life?” “No sir, I don’t.”
  • Augusta man charged in Charlotte shooting death - Sep 28, 2012
  • Judge and murder defendant spar over "Moorish sovereignty"
    Judge Robert Bell was not smiling. A few feet away from the judge, murder defendant Deonte Lanier was reading a statement aloud, at first so quickly that the court reporter could not keep pace, then so slowly that he seemed to pause after every other word. Lanier, accused of first-degree murder in the 2012 death of Johnny Peay, was declaring that because he considered himself a Moorish National, Bell held no authority in this matter, and the charges against him had no meaning. Lanier praised Allah, described himself as a martyr, and offered his last will and testament for the court record. - Ref: "Moorish Nationalism"
  • 3rd suspect in McDonald's fatal shooting arrested - November 3rd 2009

Dangers of interracial dating

    Police: (Black) Teen punched, carjacked, then ran over (White) woman
Alexandra Roteblack teen carjackerST. PETERSBURG - A violent carjacking Monday morning left a St. Petersburg woman feeling fortunate she wasn't seriously hurt. Alexandra Rote, 54, was pumping air into her tires at a Wawa gas station on 22nd Avenue North at a little after 11 a.m. and had left her car running. A few seconds later, a stranger was in her driver's seat. "I'm like, 'whoa, what's going on?' Rote said. "I started to grab him and he just started to push me and punch me and he was shouting obscenities, which I won't repeat, and I was trying to honk the horn. I was yelling at the top of my lungs, 'help me, help me, help me!' And then he finally pushed me to the ground and he ran over my foot as he took off and escaped." St. Petersburg Police believe the suspect is a young teenager, between 14 and 16 years old. "The last thing you expect is for somebody to jump in and try to steal your car. And then to go as far as to punch you and hurt you in an effort to get away with it," said Yolanda Fernandez, a spokesperson for St. Pete Police. "It's a violent crime, it's a very serious so we want to make sure that we catch him." Rote said it took several hours for the reality of the ordeal to begin setting in. "It was terrifying. I'm still I guess a little in shock. I just broke down and cried for the first time," she said. "I feel like I'm a strong person and I tried really hard to fight him back, but I couldn't." Rote has a badly injured foot, along with some cuts and bruises. She's already had the locks to her apartment changed because her keys were in the vehicle. But above all, she felt fortunate she's already back on her feet. "I guess he could have pulled a gun out and shot me, so I'm really blessed and I'm thankful that I'm here and I'm talking to you," she said. "I have an angel watching out for me." - (Black-on-white)

    Indictment in (White) woman's slaying reveals crime committed on (black) suspect's birthday
Brandon WilliamsonAmber Lynn SteppLOUISVILLE -- A Jefferson County grand jury indicted a 25-year-old man in the May shooting death of a woman in Louisville's Portland neighborhood. On May 9, Louisville Metro Police found Amber Stepp, 28, shot in the middle of a street near the intersection of 25th and Rowan. The man now charged in the case, Brandon Williamson, celebrated his 25th birthday on the day of the crime, a comparison of court and jail records show. The indictment did not officer any additional details other than Williamson was also indicted on gun possession charge. - (Black-on-white)

    Competency hearing set for (black killer) in connection to March 5 (black-on-White) double-shooting
Erik TuckerJoshua ScottA competency hearing has been set in Carter County District Court for a Sulphur man accused in a March 5 shooting in Ardmore that claimed the life of one victim and severely injured a second victim. Court documents show the hearing to determine if Joshua Scott is competent to stand trial is set for 2:30 p.m. Sept. 15. The 26-year-old is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Erik Tucker, 35, Ardmore, and shooting with intent to kill in the wounding of Jennifer Alexander, 34, Choctaw. The double-shooting occurred in a residence located in the 700 block of C Street NW. He also faces a third charge of felonious possession of the gun he used to shoot Tucker and Alexander. Tucker died at the scene. Alexander was airlifted to a Plano, Texas, hospital were she underwent surgery for her wounds. Both victims suffered multiple gunshot wounds, including facial wounds. - (Black-on-white)

    Wounded (White) Ballwin Police Officer Identified - AMBUSHED by cowardly black - shot from behind
Mike FlamionAntonio TaylorAntonio TaylorBALLWIN, Mo. – On the department’s official Facebook page, Saturday night, Ballwin Police identified the officer critically-wounded during a Friday traffic stop. Related story: Suspect Identified in Ballwin Police Shooting In a prepared statement, Chief Kevin Scott called Mike Flamion an outstanding officer and said he’s highly-regarded by everybody in the department. Flamion has nine years of law enforcement experience, previously serving with the DeSoto Police Department before joining the Ballwin force in December 2014. Chief Scott said the community has shown Officer Flamion, his family, and the entire Ballwin Police family an amazing amount of support and compassion. He said all are overwhelmed by the communities’ response and thankful from the bottom of their collective heart. A GoFundMe page has been set up for the Flamion family. - (Black-on-white)

    (White female) Chipley restaurant owner in critical condition after shooting (by black)
Emmanual Lockhart CHIPLEY — Authorities have released the names of the victim and suspect in a shooting incident in a popular local restaurant July 10. The Chipley Police Department was dispatched around 4 p.m. Sunday after receiving a report of gunshots near the Colonial Restaurant downtown. Chief Kevin Crews said the owner of the restaurant, located at 686 5th Street, had just closed the restaurant when she was approached by a gunman, 20-year-old Emmanual Lockhart of Cottondale. Police arrived to find the restaurant’s owner, Jody Rhoda, on the ground behind the restaurant with multiple gunshot wounds. Rhoda was transported to a Panama City hospital in critical condition, where she underwent surgery for her wounds. Lockhart, a former employee of the restaurant, was later taken into custody without incident. He is charged with attempted murder, robbery with a firearm and burglary. - (Black-on-white)

    Bond set for (black) suspect (in murder of White woman)
Kimberly RaynesDonald King Jr.Bond was set at $250,000 for the man charged with the murder of Sumrall resident Kimberly Raynes. During an initial appearance Friday in Lamar County Justice Court, Municipal Court Judge George Gunter set bond for Donald King Jr., 35, at $250,000 for first-degree murder and $10,000 for possession of a weapon by a felon. A preliminary hearing for King, 35, of Sumrall is scheduled for noon Monday. The Mississippi Department of Corrections has a hold on King for a probation violation. Gunter said it will be left up to MDOC officials whether that organization's hold against King is dropped and he is allowed to bond out of jail. "He violated his probation ... and that being the case, he'll probably wind up going back to Parchman and serving the balance of that sentence that he's probated for," Gunter told Raynes' husband, Jamie Raynes. "If MDOC removes that hold, then he can make bond. But until then, he's going to be, can we say, a happy camper (in jail)." - (Black-on-white)
  • Investigation ongoing in Sumrall woman's death
    There are no new leads in the investigation of the death of Kimberly Raynes, Sumrall police officials said Wednesday.
    Raynes died of a single gunshot wound. Raynes was not a resident at the home where her body was discovered.

    Daytona cops seek (black) man suspected in stabbing attack of (60-year-old White) woman
Curtis RodgersDAYTONA BEACH -- Police are looking for a man suspected in a stabbing attack and robbery of a woman at the Traveler’s Inn early Friday, Daytona Beach Police Department stated. At about 2:21 a.m. Friday, 60-year-old Christina Spence was attacked at the Traveler’s Inn on 735 North Atlantic Ave. after she withdrew $1,600 from an ATM at the Sunoco at 645 North Atlantic Ave. Police say a man identified as Curtis Rodgers came up to Spence as she approached the door to her motel room, grabbed her purse and then stabbed her with a knife. Rodgers eventually fled with the purse and money. Spence was cut eight times on her right hand, three on her left and suffered a cut to her neck. She was taken to Halifax Hospital. A knife was found at the scene. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man arrested in connection to murder of (White) Colleton County security guard
Andre N. CrawfordJesse GuyROUND O, S.C. — The Colleton County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man in connection to a shooting that killed a security guard and injured another in Round O. Andre N. Crawford, 23, is charged with murder, attempted murder and possession of a firearm in the commission of a violent crime. The shooting incident took place at Club Leons on Saturday, May 28. Jesse Guy, 30, of Dorchester died from a single gunshot to the chest. Security guard Bruce Anthony was also injured and taken to a local hospital. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man sought in investigation of murder (of White man) taken into custody in North Carolina
Deandre "Dravo" MooreDavid StewartCHARLESTON, WV — Charleston police said a man who was being sought in a West Side murder has been taken into custody. Deandre "Dravo" Moore, 19, was apprehended about 10:30 a.m. Friday in Charlotte, N.C., Lt. Steve Cooper, chief of detectives at the Charleston Police Department said. Police said Moore is accused of shooting and killing David Stewart, 23, of Charleston. The shooting was reported about 3 a.m. Thursday. - (Black-on-white)

    Family: (White) 80-year-old woman shot and beaten during home-invasion robbery (by pack of 4 blacks) that lasted 17 hours
cowardly black invadercowardly black invadercowardly black invadercowardly black invaderFlorence "June" McKayBAKERSFIELD, Calif. -- An 80-year-old woman was beaten and shot during a lengthy home-invasion robbery in south Bakersfield. Four people, three men and a woman, broke into Florence "June" McKay's home Wednesday afternoon at Stine Road and Ambrister Drive, according to family member Chris Wheeler. "The EMTs did not even know she was shot because she was beaten so badly," he said. The robbers remained in the home, holding McKay hostage, until around 8 a.m. Thursday, Wheeler said. The grandmother was shot in the leg and is expected to survive. McKay lived alone, but she had a Life Alert necklace with her the entire time. She didn't want to active it because she thought, if she did, the robbers would kill her. "She's amazing. Tough as nails. Wonderful person," said McKay's granddaughter, Melissa Abbott. Wheeler said jewelry, antiques and a 1,000 pound safe were stolen. The family said they think the robbers shot McKay because she couldn't remember the combination to the safe. "There's a special place in hell waiting for them," said Abbott. - (Black-on-white)
  • Two people arrested for shooting an elderly woman during a home invasion robbery
    Police search for suspects who are described as three black males and one black female .
    UPDATE: Bakersfield Police detectives arrested Rayon Norwood, 24, and Robert Norwood, Jr., 27, both of Bakersfield, on charges of attempted murder, robbery, elder abuse, gang participation and various weapons violations. Detectives are seeking the community's assistance in identifying and locating the female shown in the photos provided from the residence's video surveillance system. It is believed she has very distinct tattoos on the front of both thighs.

    (White) Missouri police officer 'fighting for his life' after ambush shooting (by black)
Antonio Taylorambushed OfficerA suburban St. Louis police officer was in critical condition late Friday after he was shot in the neck in what investigators described as an "ambush" following a traffic stop. Ballwin Police Chief Kevin Scott said the unidentified officer was walking to his car after the initial conversation with the motorist he stopped for speeding Friday morning when that driver "advanced quickly" on him from behind, firing at least three shots. The officer "had no chance at all" to pull his handgun and "was completely helpless," Scott said, noting the encounter was recorded by the police car's dashcam. "Make no mistake: We believe during this investigation that Ballwin officer was ambushed, period," St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said. Scott said the officer was in critical but stable condition, and "fighting for his life" at a hospital in Creve Coeur, west of St. Louis. After the shooting, Belmar said, the suspect sped away before an officer from another police department spotted the car about 4 miles away. The suspect abandoned his vehicle and fled on foot before being arrested about five minutes later, Belmar said. Antonio Taylor, a 31-year-old black man who was paroled in 2015 after serving time on a federal weapons charge, was charged with assault of a police officer, armed criminal action and a felon in possession of a firearm, St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch said Friday. McCulloch said there's no evidence of any dispute between Taylor and the white officer, a nine-year veteran before the gunfire. Scott said he "can't even begin to speculate" about a motive, including whether the shooting had racial overtones. - (Black-on-white)

    Corpus Christi police find missing (white) woman dead; arrest (ugly black) boyfriend
Nigel GreenCarina CastellanosOn Wednesday, Nigel Green said he believed his missing girlfriend was still alive and made a public plea for her to call her mom soon. On Thursday, he admitted to Corpus Christi police that he killed her and lead them to where he left Carina Castellanos' body in a ditch near a Mathis cornfield. Green, 30, was arrested on suspicion of her murder. Castellanos was found dead a week after her mother reported her missing June 30. Green on Thursday led police to her body in a Mathis ditch before he was arrested, according to a police news release. Green cooperated with police after he was arrested by U.S. Marshals on Thursday in San Antonio on an aggravated assault warrant related to a June 10 attack against Castellanos, 26. Giddens-Castellanos said her daughter had been dating Green for four years. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Infant shot, (black) man and (white girlfriend) dead in apparent Cumberland County murder-suicide
Sherrell McNeillJessica Ann Parkerbaby 'King'CUMBERLAND COUNTY, N.C. -- Cumberland County deputies have released the names of a man and woman found shot to death Wednesday in an apparent murder-suicide. The woman's infant son was also shot. Deputies said they arrived to a home in the 3400 block of Cumberland Road within 5 minutes of getting a 911 call from the woman's frightened 8-year old child saying his mother had been shot. When first-responders arrived, they found the baby boy -- just 2 or 3-months-old according to neighbors -- shot in the chest and critically injured. It happened in the 3400 block of Cumberland Road. Besides the infant, deputies quickly discovered 32-year-old Jessica Ann Parker - who had been shot to death. They then found her boyfriend 35-year-old Sherrell McNeill dead from what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Investigators said the older children were fathered by McNeill. (The baby) King was fathered by another man. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Authorities: (Another berserk racist black) Highway gunman motivated by police shootings - murders White mother of two
Jennifer RooneyLakeem Keon ScottBRISTOL, Tenn. — A black Army veteran accused of shooting indiscriminately at passing cars and police on a Tennessee highway told investigators he was troubled by police violence against African-Americans, authorities said Friday. It was one of several spasms of violence across the country this week amid boiling tensions over policing and race. One woman died and three others, including one police officer, were injured in the rampage early Thursday morning. Meanwhile, police say officers have been targeted in Georgia and Missouri in the aftermath of two high-profile killings of black men by law enforcement and the Dallas attack that left five officers dead and seven more wounded. Other departments reported being bombarded with threats and some implemented new policies requiring officers to patrol in pairs. Civilians also have been caught in the fray. The woman who died in Tennessee was a newspaper carrier driving down the highway. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said in a news release that the preliminary investigation revealed that the suspect, 37-year-old former soldier Lakeem Keon Scott, who is black, was troubled by the incidents in other states, hundreds of miles away. All those shot were white, police said. - (Black-on-white)

    Dallas Shooting Leaves 5 Police Officers Dead - “Some were shot in the back” (black racist) Suspect Is Killed
Micah Xavier JohnsonMisty McBridePatrick ZamarripaMichael KrolMichael J. Smith Senior Cpl. Lorne AhrensBrent ThompsonDuring an hourslong standoff after the attack, in which two civilians were also wounded, one suspect told police negotiators that “he was upset about Black Lives Matter,” the Dallas police chief, David O. Brown, said on Friday. “He said he was upset about the recent police shootings,” Chief Brown said. “The suspect said he was upset at white people. The suspect stated he wanted to kill white people, especially white officers.” The police killed that suspect using an explosive delivered by a robot, he said, and arrested three other people. The chief said the snipers had worked together, firing rifles from triangulated positions, some of them looking down from elevated posts in downtown buildings. - (Black-on-white) - (Blue lives matter)

    (Black) Detroit 19 yr old Formally Charged in Death of the (83-year-old White) ‘Flower Lady’
Deonte RenfroeCharlotte KishDETROIT, MI – He turned himself into police after he fled the scene of a three car crash that killed an 83-year-old Detroit woman known as the ‘Flower Lady’. The crash happened on Sunday, July 3rd, 2016, on Detroit’s east side. Charlotte Kish was known for taking care of the flower beds in the median of East Outer Drive between Mound Road and Ryan Road. She was critically hurt while watering her flowers when a car slammed into her. The driver, Deonte Renfroe, 19-years-old, of Detroit, who allegedly caused the crash, took off running and fled the scene. He turned him in on Tuesday, July 6th. Renfroe was arraigned Thursday, July 7th, 2016, on charges of second-degree murder and manslaughter with a motor vehicle. Charlotte Kish died from her injuries at approximately 1:30 a.m. Monday morning, July 4th. - (Black-on-white)
  • Detroit activist killed in crash was tending flowers
    Every year for about three decades, Charlotte Kish planted flowers on a grassy median on Detroit’s east side. Locals knew her for those flowers, which were part of her dream to make one square mile of Detroit litter-free. Yet on Sunday night at about 7 p.m., Kish, 83, was tending to this year’s flowers when she was struck and killed as part of a three-car crash that ended with a driver running away, according to details from her son Barret Kish, as well as Detroit Police spokeswoman Officer Nicole Kirkwood. Police did not identify Kish by name, but they confirmed that the crash killed an 83-year-old woman at Outer Drive and Lamont. She was identified by her son, Barret Kish, 52, of Detroit.

    Lincoln police release victim's name in fatal robbery by short black male
Bob Hannashort black killerLINCOLN, Neb. —Lincoln police have released the victim's name in a fatal robbery that took place Thursday morning. Robert Hanna, 51, was shot and killed during a robbery at a Kwik Shop near 14th and Adams streets around 1:30 a.m. Friday morning, Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister confirmed Hanna’s identity, and said investigators need the community’s help bringing the killer to justice. “We know that there were multiple patrons coming in and out of that convenience store just prior to the shooting of Robert Hanna and we are asking are asking for the public's assistance,” he said. Bliemeister also said that security video showed no apparent struggle before the shooting. “In fact, it looked if he was complying with the request. Although there is not audio available, from the video it does show that Mr. Hanna was attempting to comply with the request of the person that did this senseless crime,” Bliemeister said. Investigators are looking for the robber now. They issued the following denoscription: -Black male -5'2" tall - (Black-on-white)

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