Tuesday, October 29, 2013

This sure is a lot of work for a mere 10% of the population!

seriously...... this is just for fun, but this is happening every day..... this is American diversity in a cup.

Man accused of robbing 83-year-old arrested

>(WMC-TV) - A Memphis man is in jail and facing charges for robbing an 83-year-old woman in her own driveway as she was returning home from church.

>Courtney Anderson, 30, is locked up at 201 Poplar on $250,000 bond. He is charged with one count of aggravated robbery.

>Police said Anderson put a gun to Mary Hall's face and demanded her purse and jewelry. Reportedly, he then told her "B****, if you look at me one more time I will kill you".

>According to the affidavit of complaint, Anderson and a female suspect then used Hall's credit card to make a $6.14 purchase at a Kroger at 2269 Lamar and a $202.95 purchase at a BP at 3015 Lamar.

>Action News 5 spoke to Hall shortly after she was robbed. You can see the initial story here: http://m.wmctv.com/#!/newsDetail/23627167

Bond denied for man accused in Five Points stray-bullet shooting

>COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - The man accused of firing the bullet that critically injured an 18-year-old University of South Carolina student in Five Points early Sunday morning has been denied bond.

>Michael Juan Smith, 20, of Columbia appeared before a judge Monday morning to answer to charges of assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, and possession of a stolen pistol.

>Smith will remain incarcerated in the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center.

>The 18-year-old woman, who was not the intended target, remains in critical but stable condition, according to Columbia Police.

Bossier City man charged with aggravated rape of a juvenile

>BOSSIER CITY, LA (KSLA) - Bossier City police have arrested a local man in connection with the aggravated rape of a juvenile.

>According to Bossier City Public Information Officer Mark Natale, detectives with the BCPD's Juvenile Unit arrested Morris Garnal Riggins, 56, of Bossier City Sunday on a charge of aggravated rape for sexually assaulting a female under the age of 13.

>Riggins was allegedly armed with a knife at the time. The incident occurred early Sunday morning at Riggins' residence in the 400 block of Yarbrough Street.

>Riggins was booked in the Bossier City Jail following an investigation conducted by detectives and was subsequently transferred to the Bossier Parish Maximum Security Facility. Bond has not yet been set.

Killer facing life sentence for murdering innocent man who was in the wrong place at the wrong time

>A man who was part of a mob of masked youths who murdered an innocent painter and decorator has been told he faces a life sentence for the killing.

>Allan Kalema, 20, was one of up to 20 'Busy Block' gang members who attacked Andrew Jaipaul, 21, who was described as being 'in the wrong place at the wrong time' when he was killed.

>Mr Jaipaul, an aspiring fashion designer, was chased into a children's play area and knifed 25 times in the head, chest and legs, despite not having any gang connections.

>At the time of the attack, Mr Jaipaul's attackers, from Archway, north London, were trying to get revenge on rivals in the 'Wray Kray' and 'Crouch Hall' gangs from neighbouring Holloway.

>They were caught on CCTV heading towards the scene of the killing in Corker Walk, Holloway, with their faces disguised by masks and scarves.

>The Busy Block had vowed revenge after one of their members, Michael Munza, was stabbed in the buttocks by members of the rival gangs.

UC Berkeley Student Robbed At Gunpoint

>BERKELEY (CBS SF) - A University of California at Berkeley student was robbed by two men near Moffitt Library Sunday night, university police said.

>The student was walking west on University Drive when he saw two males walking toward him around 9:11 p.m., according to police.

>One of the men pointed a handgun at the victim and demanded his cell phone, then pushed him in the chest, knocking him to the ground, police said.

>The victim dropped his phone and one of the suspects picked it up.

>The two suspects then fled, running north on the west side of Haviland Hall, police said.

>Police searched the area but were unable to locate the suspects.

>The victim was not injured in the robbery, according to police.

>The first suspect was described as a black male, 6 feet in height, with a light build and dark complexion. He was wearing a dark sweatshirt and dark pants, police said.

>The second suspect was a black male around 5 feet 10 inches in height, with a light build. He was also wearing a dark outfit.

>Anyone with information on this crime or suspects should call police at (510) 642-0472 or (510) 642-6760.

U of M students targeted in armed robbery sprees

>MINNEAPOLIS - U of M campus police are looking for a group of suspects responsible for a handful of strong-arm robberies early Sunday.

>Deputy Chief Charles Miner says U of M students were targeted in four separate robberies between 1 and 4:45 a.m. either on, or very close to campus.

>The robberies took place at the intersection of Harvard Street and Washington Avenue; on Washington Avenue on a Metro Transit Bus near the Willey Hall bus stop: and at the intersection of 17th Street and University Avenue near the Armory.

>Miner says In each case two or more victims were assaulted and robbed by a group of five or six black males. No weapons were used in the robberies, but in all four cases victims were punched or kicked by the suspects.

>The robbers took all sorts of valuables including wallets, cash and cell phones.

>All of the men involved are described as being between the ages of 18 and 25 years old. One man had a goatee beard and mustache, and wore a black, puffy, North Face vest. Other suspects wore orange or red, and black or dark blue sweatshirts.

>U of M Police are working closely with Minneapolis and Metro Transit Police on all four cases. Additional patrols will be in place for the short term.

>Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to call the University of Minnesota Police Department at 612-624-COPS (2677).

Arrest made in bass fisherman's death

>JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) - Jackson Police have made an arrest in the shooting death of professional bass fisherman James "Jimmy" Johnson. Seventeen-year-old Shaun Brown of Jackson has been charged with capital murder.

>Brown was arrested Tuesday and confessed to being responsible for Johnson's death. He made his first court appearance Wednesday morning. The teenager did not have an attorney present for the appearance so the judge decided not to proceed until the court could appoint an attorney.

>He is charged with capital murder and accused of robbing the 56 year-old fisherman before opening fire. Johnson, of GanadoTexas, was shot once in the face.

>The shooting happened Sunday night at Motel 6 on I-55 North. Brown was arrested Tuesday at a Delmar Street home about half a mile from the motel.

>Investigators say they developed information that led them to Jackson teen.According to police, Johnson was outside his motel room when the teenager approached him.

>"One of our patrol officers arrested an individual on an unrelated charge and this individual was able to give us some information that led us directly to the suspect," said J.P.D. Assistant Chief Lee Vance. " We also found out that the suspect had been talking openly about committing this crime."

>Brown, who confessed to the 41st homicide this year, remains in jail without bond.

>Johnson, an Open Series Fisherman, was one of more than 300 anglers in the Metro for a tournament that begins Thursday at the Ross Barnett Reservoir. Bassmaster says it will remember Johnson at several events during the tournament this week.

Deputies: Black arrested for exposing muh dik to White female at Walmart

>YORK COUNTY, SC (WBTV) - Deputies in York County say they have arrested a man who exposed himself to a woman at the Lake Wylie Walmart back in July.

>Winston Tyrone Burton, 52, of York, is charged with one count of indecent exposure, according to a news release from the York County Sheriff's Office.

>Burton was taken into custody on Wednesday.

>A white female reported that a black male approached her and told her something might be leaking from her car on June 27th.

>He told her that he could help her with the issue and to move her vehicle to another location in the parking lot, according to the release.

>After she moved her vehicle a second time he began to look at her brakes at the rear of the vehicle.

>She looked back and noticed that the suspect exposed himself to her.

>She informed him she was calling the police and he quickly fled the scene.

>Burton is currently booked in at the York County Detention Center with a $2,000 bond.

>The York County Sheriff's Office would like to ask citizens, who may have possibly had similar confrontations with Burton in the past, to contact investigators at 803-628-3059

Bail denied in NYU 'rape' try

>A married Scarsdale dad accused of trying to rape an NYU student after she left a study group was ordered held without bail Thursday.

>Prosecutors said Glenn Williams, 28, grabbed the woman from behind, put her in a chokehold and tried to rape her on Oct. 8 on Thompson Street. But the brave 20-year-old fought off the attacker, who fled with her bag.

>Surveillance video captured a portion of the 1 a.m. attack. Williams was arrested after detectives said they matched him to the man in the video who, after fleeing, walked into a building, took off his coat and emerged using the coat to cover the woman's purse.

>Williams was charged with robbery, rape, sexual abuse and assault. He was released from prison in July on a weapons charge. Sources said he has prior arrests for drugs, robbery and assault.

>Williams' lawyer, Hamilton Lee, said the defendant is married and is the father of a young child.

(Black) Suspect Accused of Fatally Shooting Pregnant Woman, Unborn Baby Arrested

>The man suspected of fatally shooting a pregnant woman, killing her and her unborn baby, has been arrested by Dallas police.

>Ka'Darius Barrett was arrested by Dallas police Wednesday night for a capital murder charge.

>Barrett is accused of walking into a home in Oak Cliff on Oct. 12 and yelling at witnesses inside about being set up for a robbery. Witnesses told police Barrett shot 28-year-old Stephanie Terslinger once in the chest following the outburst, then fled the scene.

>Dallas police are holding Barrett on a $1 million bond.

Bond Denied for Indiana Man Charged in String of Chicago Sexual Assaults

>Bond was denied Saturday for an Indiana man charged in a string of sexual assaults on Chicago's South Side was extradited to Illinois Friday night.

>Police said Terrell Rush, 26, of Lafayette, Ind., is accused of assaulting two women and a 14-year-old girl within hours, as well as hiding in a little girl's closet earlier this month.

>He was arrested earlier this week, but was extradited late Friday night and charged with three counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault with a weapon and one count of criminal trespassing.

Ex-teacher gets 3 life sentences for molesting boys

>A DeKalb County man was sentenced to three life sentences, plus 10 years Friday for molesting teen boys while working at Miller Preparatory Academy.

>Casey Thomas, 37, was guilty of 17 of the 18 counts, including aggravated child molestation, cruelty to children and contributing to the delinquency of a minor, the DeKalb County District Attorney's Office said.

>Thomas was found guilty of molesting a number of young boys while serving as a mentor to troubled youth. Although he did not have a college degree or any formal certifications, Thomas worked as a teacher at Miller Preparatory Academy, where he met his victims.

Shooting suspect's body found in bathtub of burned house

>MEMPHIS, TN - (WMC-TV) - The body of the man who shot two TACT officers was found in bathtub of a burned house, which he barricaded himself in for hours Tuesday.

>A standoff situation started when officers arrived at the house at 1383 Worthington Street with an arrest warrant early in the afternoon for Aaron Dumas, 32, who was wanted for the attempted murder of his ex-girlfriend and her brother.

>When police attempted to execute the warrant for Dumas he shot TACT officer Timothy Jackson, 26. Jackson was taken to The MED with a leg injury; he has since been released in stable condition.

>Officers returned fire, and Dumas ran back into the house. The TACT Unit attempted to negotiate the suspect's surrender, but the suspect refused.

>Dumas later shot second TACT officer, Paul Hutchison, 34, through a window shortly before 5 p.m. The 15-year veteran of the police department was rushed to The MED. He was released from the hospital Tuesday evening.

>"We are grateful and feel blessed that both of them, it appear at this time, will survive their injuries," said Memphis Police Department Director Toney Armstrong.

>Shortly after the police shootings, the house on Worthington Street was engulfed in flames. Fire crews were initially asked to stand back because the scene was not safe, but they were eventually allowed to the house to fight the flames.

>Investigators found Dumas dead inside the house.

 2 teens charged with beating homeless man in Hamtramck

>Two teenagers have been charged with beating up a homeless man from Hamtramck who remains in critical condition because of his injuries.

>The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office announced today that De'Vante Howard, 14, of Hamtramck and Martell Dewberry, 13, of Detroit have each been charged with one count of assault with intent to murder. Both have been designated as adults for sentencing.

>Hamtramck Police Chief Max Garbarino said the 55-year-old victim was assaulted around 11 p.m. Saturday on the 23000 block of Danforth. A neighbor called 911.

>Nicknamed Casper, the victim often moved from house to house in Hamtramck and was known for taking care of stray cats, Garbarino said. Police did not release his real name.

>Garbarino said late Tuesday afternoon that the man was still hospitalized in critical condition. It's not clear what prompted the assault, he said.

>Assault with intent to murder carries a penalty of up to life in prison.

Fulton associate pastor suspected in two robberies

>After allegedly robbing Kaldi's Coffee in Columbia at gunpoint earlier this month, a Fulton pastor is being held in the St. Louis Jail following charges stemming from a separate robbery there that occurred Oct. 10.

>Anthony Paine, 48, was arrested by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department on a charge of second degree robbery.

>According to a probable cause statement, Paine allegedly pushed a victim against a car in the 3500 block of Washington Street in St. Louis that evening, put his elbow to the victim's neck and demanded money. The statement says he left the scene with the victim's wallet.

>A judge issued a $10,000 cash-only bond.

>The Columbia Police Department recently identified Paine as its suspect in the Oct. 4 Kaldi's robbery at gunpoint. CPD sent out a release stating a male suspect entered the store through a back door after an employee had opened it for a coworker, pointed a handgun at the employee and demanded money before fleeing on foot toward the garage at Cherry and Eighth streets.

>According to both the St. Louis probable cause statement and online court records at Missouri Case.net, Paine has several past convictions for burglary, larceny, fraud and receiving stolen property running from 1987 to 2003.

Allentown teenager charged with rape, robbery

>LLENTOWN, Pa. - Seventeen-year-old Tyquan Radio Lamant Morris of Allentown has been arrested on rape and other charges. Allentown police report Morris was one of two males who used a gun and a knife to force a 24-year-old female victim. He is in Lehigh County Prison, unable to post $100,000 bail.

>The crime occurred between midnight and 3 a.m. Tuesday inside a home in the city.

>The victim woke in her bedroom to find a male pointing a gun at her and asking: "Where's your money?" She told police that individual and another male who was holding a knife started searching the house.

>They searched her purse, her drawers, boxes and other household storage areas.

>After they finished searching the place, they ordered the victim into the living room where they raped her and forced her to perform oral sex.

>The two males threatened to return and kill the victim if she told anyone what happened.

>The victim was treated at Lehigh Valley Hospital.

>Morris has been charged with rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, robbery, burglary, possession of a firearm by a minor and carrying a firearm without a license.

>Police said a cellphone stolen from the victim led to the arrest of Morris, who lives in the 900 block of Pine Street in the city.

>Police learned calls were being made from the stolen phone to contacts the victim had stored in it. When one of those contacts returned a call from the stolen phone, a male answered and state he wanted to sell it.

>An Allentown police detective called the stolen phone and set up a meeting at 8th and Chew streets on the pretense of buying it. City detectives positioned themselves around the meeting place. They moved in on Morris and another individual.

>When Morris was patted down, detectives found the victim's cell phone, a rare gold $1,000 Mexican coin and a handgun. Police arrested Morris and held the other individual for questioning.

>At police headquarters, Morris admitted he was one of three males who broke into the victim's house but denied having any sexual contact with the victim.

>The suspect said he saw a TV he wanted through the window of the victim's home.

>He told police he went into the house with two other males and admitted he was the one carrying the gun, but said he gave it to another of the males who was with him.He said he then grabbed a knife in the victim's kitchen.

>Morris admitted to police that he and the other two males ransacked the house and took items.

>Police said no additional arrests have been made yet as they continue their investigation.

After Recent Prison Release, Man Allegedly Beats Elderly Woman at Bus Stop

>An elderly woman is recovering after being viciously attacked in broad daylight along a University City sidewalk by a man recently released from prison.

>74-year-old Elizabeth Hardaway was talking with another woman as she waited for her bus to arrive at the corner of 39th and Market Streets just before 1 p.m. on Thursday when a man suddenly approached, according to Philadelphia Police.

>Police say that man, identified as 43-year-old Alexander Brown, grabbed Hardaway by the hair, pulled her to the wall of a nearby building and violently banged her head into the brick twice for no apparent reason.

>Brown then fled the scene, but was quickly apprehended a short time later by police.

>Meanwhile, Hardaway was taken to Pennsylvania Hospital for treatment. She remains there bruised and with her leg in a brace.

>"It's a guy who should never be on the streets of Philadelphia again and people should be outraged by his actions," Philadelphia Police Lt. John Walker said.

>However, the elderly mother's family is now questioning why Brown, who has a violent history, was able to make his way back onto the city's streets and hurt the woman.

>Brown was recently released from prison on probation after serving 10 years for the 2003 murder of his mother. In that case, Brown admitted to suffocating the 76-year-old woman to death using several plastic bags. Her decomposing body was found some time later inside her home.

>"I don't understand. Why is he out? It's apparent something wrong," said Hardaway's daughter Victoria Vines. "Nobody was, you know, monitoring him?"

>NBC10 attempted to reach out to Brown's probation officer to learn when the last time he checked in, but that call has yet to be returned.

>"The fact that he's out. Something has to be done," Vines said.

>Brown has been charged with Aggravated Assault, Simple Assault, Recklessly Endangering Another Person and Harassment. He is being held on $175,000 bail. A status hearing is scheduled for next Friday.

Brooklyn group of black youths blocks white couple's car, bloody victims in racial attack: cops

>A group of 10 black youths - one of them a 12-year-old girl - surrounded a white couple's car in Brooklyn, viciously beating the husband and yanking the wife to the pavement by her hair as they peppered the two with racial slurs, authorities said.

>"Get those crackers!" some of them screamed, according to court papers. "Get that white whore!"

>The confrontation erupted about 7 p.m. Monday, as the marauding group crossed Avenue U at E. 58th St. near Kings Plaza Shopping Center in Mill Basin.

>Ronald Russo, 30, and his wife, Alanna, apparently had the green light and the husband honked at the group to get out of the way. The rowdy kids started kicking the car, according to the criminal complaint. Ronald Russo got out to check on potential damage to his vehicle.

>And that's when all hell broke loose.

>Ronald Russo was dragged to the ground. Then he was punched and kicked in the head. He felt more blows all over his body, investigators said. He suffered a fractured nose, a broken septum, a blood clot and abrasions to his shoulder. He was treated and released from Beth Israel Medical Center.

>In the midst of the attack, there was a steady chorus of epithets. "White motherf--!" screamed the attackers, who ranged in age from 12 to 18.

>Alanna Russo, 30, was calling 911 when the 12-year-old girl pulled the woman's hair and threw her to the ground. The victim's head slammed into the concrete. She suffered a black eye, bleeding and difficulty breathing, prosecutors said, but she refused medical attention.

>Her husband's iPhone was stolen during the melee, according to cops.

>The kids scattered after the brazen attack. But two teens, Kashawn Kirton and Daehrell Finch, were arrested at a nearby Lowe's store parking lot minutes afterward.

Lincoln County man accused of passing STD to girl younger than 10

>(KMOV) - A Lincoln County man was charged after he was accused of passing sexually transmitted diseases to a victim younger than ten years old.

>Lavonte Baldwin was charged with two counts of first-degree statutory sodomy.

>Lincoln County Sheriff's Office officials say the investigation began after the female victim was being treated for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia at a local hospital.

>After authorities learned the victim recently had contact with Baldwin, they found out he too was treated for Chlamydia and was also suspected of having Gonorrhea.

>Authorities said Baldwin attempted to refute the claims of sexual contact by saying the victim contracted the diseases through his bed sheets or a toilet. Police say he later admitted to foundling the girl for sexual gratification.

>Baldwin is at the Lincoln County Jail under a $250,000 cash-only bond and no contact with the victim.

Man accused of making lewd gesture toward girl, threatening mother

>NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A man was arrested Tuesday after he reportedly made a sexual gesture toward a young girl and then pulled a knife on the mother after she ran him off.

>Authorities arrested Kevin Ross, 32, after they found him behind a shed in the 1700 block of D.B. Todd Boulevard.

>Police said Ross was standing on the sidewalk of 22nd Avenue North when he allegedly grabbed his groin through his pants while looking at a seven-year-old girl and stated, "Come here."

>The girl's mother, aunt and family friend told police they saw what happened and chased Ross into a nearby alley.

>Ross is accused of pulling a knife on the women, saying to the mother, "Come on, [redacted]. I [wanted] you anyway."

>The women then stopped following him and called police, who located him behind the shed.

>Ross was arrested and charged with three counts of aggravated assault.

>He is being held in the Davidson County jail on $45,000 bond.

Every day in America, And around the globe, most crime are committed by oddly the same race of people... You can not name one city , state, nation which has a large population  of black that does not also have a large crime rate.... Maybe it's time to place the beast back in the fields...