Thursday, January 21, 2016


(White) Houston PD officer shot (by black thug) in northeast Houston; 2 arrested
Jason RhodesShelton HeraldHOUSTON - A Houston police officer was shot in northeast Houston on Tuesday while attempting to stop a robbery, police said. Officer Jason Rhodes,32, who was shot in the arm, was taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital in stable condition. He was released from the hospital late Tuesday afternoon. With the bullet still in his arm, we're told Rhodes is in good condition and expected to make a full recovery and have full use of his arm. Houston police Chief Charles McClelland said during a press conference Tuesday that Rhodes saw two people just after noon with their faces covered outside a Family Dollar store. The two appeared to be getting ready to rob the store. Rhodes chased the men, and during the pursuit, shots were exchanged, the chief said. "The black man, he fell down after he jumped the gate and he shot the police officer," witness Alexandra Celestine said. At least one juvenile was arrested at the scene. The suspect was caught hiding in a shed in a resident's back yard near the Family Dollar where the incident began. A second suspect, Shelton Herald, 27, was caught by a K-9 unit in a heavily wooded area. He has a lengthy criminal record dating back to 2008, court records show. He is also a registered sex offender"The ruthless thugs out here that are trying to take property, take things from individuals who work hard and are honest, hard-working people, and they want to take a short cut in our society and take property that belongs to others," " McClelland said. "(Rhodes) did a very good job out there. We're fortunate that he wasn't more seriously injured or possibly killed in this incident. It also highlights the danger that the men and women of HPD face every single day of trying to keep this city safe." - (Black-on-white)

  (Black) Suspect in Hickman Avenue murder expected in court today
Quinn Chandler Carey BushLOUISVILLE, Ky. -- A man accused of murder and robbery is expected in court today. Police say 22-year-old Quinn Chandler strangled Carey Bush in his home on Hickman Avenue in November of 2013. That's right across the street from Camp Taylor Elementary School. Witnesses told police they saw Chandler and another man take off in Bush's car. Police say Chandler also stole Bush's cell phone. Chandler is charged with murder and robbery. Police say the other man he was allegedly with has not yet been found. - (Black-on-white) - (Black Crime is a Problem)

  Accused (black Muslim) killer of (White) College Student Faces Terrorism Hearing
Ali Muhammad BrownBrendan TevlinA Washington state sex offender accused of terrorism for allegedly killing a New Jersey college student last year over the United States' policy in the Middle East is set to make a court appearance. Ali Muhammad Brown has a status hearing scheduled Wednesday. The charges against the 30-year-old Brown include the first-ever terrorism counts filed under New Jersey's law. Brown also faces murder counts in Washington stemming from the June deaths of two men killed in Seattle after they left a gay nightclub. Brown, who has refused to leave his jail cell, was convicted of robbery in an unrelated case in New Jersey last year. His sentencing in that case also is scheduled for Wednesday in Essex County. - (Black-on-white)

  (Black) Ky. suspect (in murder of White man) shoots self in head in Dayton
Kenyon J. HippsMarcus L. SmithCaleb HallettThe identity of the man who police said killed himself by a self-inflicted gunshot to the head Tuesday night matches that of a Kentucky murder suspect. Kenyon J. Hipps, 21, was identified Wednesday morning by the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office. Dayton police say Hipps shot himself in the back seat of a car in the parking lot of the Whitney Young Estates apartments on Germantown Pike as officers spoke to three people who had just gotten out of that vehicle. Kentucky police and media identified Hipps as a murder suspect in the Jan. 9 shooting death of 18-year-old Caleb Hallett in Lexington, Ky. Hipps, Marcus L. Smith, 18, and three juveniles had arrest warrants issued for them a week ago for the shooting of Hallett that happened on University Drive. - (Black-on-white)

  (White) Woman Pushed Onto SEPTA Tracks Speaks About Random (black) Attack
Kenneth GrimesLauren LichtmanPHILADELPHIA — 27-year-old Lauren Lichtman says when she accidentally went past her usual 34th Street El stop Sunday morning on her way to work, she got off at the next stop, 40th Street, to head back. It was a decision that changed her life. Police say Lichtman, in a random attack, was shoved onto the El tracks by suspect Kenneth Grimes, who then pulled a knife and, as she sprawled injured on the tracks, threatened her, yelling, “kill, kill, kill.” Lichtman, who suffered a broken collar-bone and bruises, said she was “lucky” and her injuries could have been far, far worse. Fortunately, no train was approaching and she was able to climb back onto the platform. She also did not contact the electrified third rail that runs along side the track. The victim says none of the passengers waiting on the platform helped her from the tracks and, instead of staying to provide statements to arriving officers, they boarded the next train, leaving her alone on the platform. - (Black-on-white)
  • Police: Woman Thrown Off SEPTA Platform In Unprovoked Attack (by berserk black)
    Philadelphia Police say a 27-year-old woman was thrown from the platform onto the SEPTA El tracks at 40th Street Station at 9:00 Sunday morning in a random, unprovoked attack. Lt. John Walker says the SEPTA rider was looking toward the tracks awaiting her train when Kenneth Grimes, for no reason, shoved her off the platform. Fortunately Lt. Walker says the train was not heading into the station at that moment and the victim did not fall onto the electrified third rail only a few feet away. As the victim suffered shoulder injuries and lay sprawled across the track, she looked up and saw the suspect now with a knife, allegedly threatening to kill her. “He’s yelling at her ‘kill, kill, kill’ and he’s got a knife in his hand,” Lt. Walker said.

  US Supreme Court won't review appeal of NH's only death row inmate - Michael Addison convicted of killing (White) police officer
Michael AddisonMichael BriggsThe U.S. Supreme Court has declined to review a petition from New Hampshire's only death row inmate to review his case. Lawyers for Michael Addison, 35, said the trial judge violated his rights by not allowing jurors to hear evidence he was remorseful and concerned about the Manchester police officer he shot in 2006 -- Michael Briggs -- after he was taken into custody. In a petition filed last year, they also challenged the judge's conduct in letting jurors hear about privileges a convict sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole might get behind bars, including television and work opportunities. The court issued its one-sentence decision Jan. 11; it was released Tuesday. The New Hampshire Supreme Court upheld Addison's conviction in 2013 and ruled the death sentence was fair earlier this year, when compared to other cases in which an officer was killed in the line of duty. On Oct. 16, 2006, Addison was wanted by police for a string of violent crimes, including several armed robberies and a drive-by shooting. Briggs was 15 minutes from the end of his shift when he and his partner -- both on bicycle patrol -- confronted Addison in a dark alley. Jurors found that Addison shot Briggs in the head at close range to avoid arrest. - (Black-on-white)

  (Black) Man gets 25 additional years for shooting (White) Charlotte-Mecklenburg PD officer in 2014
James William LewisShane PageCHARLOTTE, NC - A man will spend an additional 25 years in prison for shooting a Charlotte police officer in 2014, officials announced in federal court in Columbia Wednesday. James William Lewis, 31, is accused of shooting then Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer Shane Page in January of 2014. Lewis was wanted in an armed robbery at a fast food restaurant a month prior. Man charged in CMPD shooting facing federal charge for December robbery Page was serving an arrest warrant to Lewis when the two shooting happened, officials say. Lewis was already serving nine years for the Charlotte robbery when he was given the extra 25-year sentence. Incident reports state officers tried knocking on the door of the home to serve the warrant, but used a loud speaker when no one came to the door. Lewis' girlfriend, 21-year-old Kirstie Elaine Philomena Barratt, came to the door and told officers she had not seen Lewis for two months. She also gave them permission to search the home. The reports state that Lewis was found in an upstairs bedroom soon after officers entered the house, and there was an exchange of gunfire. Page and Lewis were both injured in the shooting. Page was shot in the shoulder and abdomen. Lewis was shot in the leg and sustained minor injuries. In court Wednesday, Lewis said Page shot first. He said he was pointing his gun at the officer and did return fire. Page had to have surgery but has since made a full recovery. - (Black-on-white)

  Arrest Made In Fatal Marina Del Rey Shooting Of 17-Year-Old Girl
Kristine CarmanLOS ANGELES — A San Diego County man has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old girl in Marina del Rey. Cameron Frazier, 21, was arrested Monday outside his home in Vista in San Diego County by an FBI Fugitive Task Force. He is being held without bail in connection with the killing ofKristine Carman, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Kristine lived in Houston but was visiting relatives in Southern California. Frazier allegedly killed the girl after a failed robbery outside Jerry’s Famous Deli in the parking lot of the Villa Marina Marketplace mall at Mindanao Way and Glencoe Avenue. The crime happened about 8 p.m. Jan. 6. Kristine was shot in the head while sitting in an SUV parked near the restaurant on the south end of the shopping center. Police said there were at least two people in the SUV. After the shooting, the person behind the wheel drove across the parking lot, stopping in a parking space outside a Panda Express, where Kristine was ultimately found dead.
  • Botched Pot Deal Allegedly Led To Fatal Shooting Of (White female) Teen In Marina Del Rey (by a black killer) - January 7, 2016
    Officials say a teen who was fatally shot in Marina del Rey Wednesday evening while she sat in a vehicle outside a strip mall was the victim of a drug deal gone sour. Authorities said Kristine Carman was with her older sister and the sister’s boyfriend when they set up an online deal to sell two pounds of marijuana. The suspected shooter allegedly tried to rip them off when a argument and fight ensued.
  • Girl, 17, Is Fatally Shot in Del Rey; Search for Gunman Underway - January 7, 2016
    Her sister wrote on Facebook that the girl was killed in front of her in a "robbery gone wrong." She called the victim "beautiful smart and undeserving." The gunman was described as a black man wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and blue beanie.
  • Kristine's Funeral Cost
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks.

  3 people charged in La Porte capital murder
Craig Lamont Williams Jr., Cornay Crawford and Cheyenne Marie Totten LA PORTE, Texas - Two women and one man have been charged with capital murder in the death of a 30-year-old Marcus Green whose body was found in the courtyard of a La Porte apartment complex early on Friday morning. Baytown resident Craig Lamont Williams Jr., 19, La Porte resident Cornay Crawford, 27, and Baytown resident Cheyenne Marie Totten, 18, were charged in Green's death. Totten is in police custody while an attorney has arranged for Crawford to surrender to police on Tuesday, according to a statement released by the La Porte Police Department. Police continue to search for Williams and are seeking help from the public to find him. Anyone with information about Williams is encouraged to contact La Porte police by phone at 281-842-3173 or Crime Stoppers of Houston at 713-272-8477 (TIPS).

  Police: Man Linked To 21 Knifepoint Robberies On Long Island
black knifepoint robberVALLEY STREAM, N.Y. — Nassau County police are searching for a man they say is behind dozens of robberies. The suspect has been holding up stores at knifepoint since last February and has been linked to 21 robberies, investigators said. The crimes have been in the Valley Stream, Franklin Square, Hewlett and Lynbrook areas. The suspect was caught on surveillance video last February at Evan’s Corner convenience store on Rockaway Avenue in Valley Stream. The video shows the suspect pull out a butcher knife, point it at the owner and then yank out the cash register drawer. When the owner fought back, the suspect slashed him in the arm, Gold reported. “I work for myself to the pay bills. How can he take my money? If he takes my money right away, he’ll come back again,” said Pete Patel, with Evan’s Convenience Store. He was also caught on surveillance video at a Carvel in July. The video shows the suspect holding a butcher knife and threatening a worker behind the counter as he demanded money from the register. The most recent incident was Sunday at a Valero gas station in Valley Stream, police said.

  New Orleans grandmother arrested after 3-year-old accidentally shot & killed
Deonca Kennedy NEW ORLEANS — A 3-year-old boy was shot and killed early Wednesday morning in New Orleans East after his grandmother’s gun discharged under the pillow where the two were sleeping. New Orleans Police investigators say the 42-year-old grandmother is employed as a security guard, and the gun discharged hitting the child in the chest. Deonca Kennedy was later arrested by police after questioning. She was booked with negligent homicide, second-degree cruelty to a juvenile and child desertion, according to the NOPD.


  (Black) ‘Von Furstenberg’ scammer: was on gay hookup app
Corey von FurstenbergThe alleged Manhattan fraudster who took the last name “von Furstenberg” to pose as a wealthy scion of famed designer Diane von Furstenberg says it’s not just his bank account that’s big. “Corey von Furstenberg’s” profile in the gay hookup app Scruff says, “I’m very hung and have a bubble butt so sexually I’m fine.”

  DA: (Black) Chester Co. man tried to rape mom, grandmother; killed grandmother
Kevin HavelowLOWER OXFORD, Pa. -- A Chester County man has been charged in the death of his grandmother and the attempted rape of both her and his own mother. "This was a brutal attack. The family is traumatized. The incident took place on the 100 block of Irwin Drive in Lower Oxford. 23-year-old Kevin Havelow returned to the home where he lived with his grandmother, mother, and sister at approximately 1 a.m. Tuesday. Officials say Havelow was out with a friend in his mother's car smoking marijuana. He asked his mother if his friend could stay the night. When his mother said no, officials say Havelow, angry at his mother and grandmother, believing that they were preventing him from having a normal social life, including having a regular girlfriend and smoking marijuana in the house, attacked his mother. They say Havelow dragged his mother to the ground and sexually assaulted her. She was able to break free. Havelow's sister called 911. However, officials say, Havelow then attacked and sexually assaulted his 81-year-old grandmother. Havelow grabbed multiple knives out of the kitchen and stabbed his grandmother over 20 times in the stomach, chest, and head. Though the Troopers attempted to save the grandmother, she died at the scene from the stab wounds.

  Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputy fatally shoots (black) Belle Glade man amid confrontation
Henry BennettBELLE GLADE — A Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputy fatally shot a 19-year-old man who investigators say pulled a gun during a traffic stop in Belle Glade Saturday morning, prompting angry questions from family members and residents. The man, Henry Bennett, was killed by the deputy just after 11 a.m. after the deputy pulled over Bennett’s car. Authorities say Bennett, who was riding with a young woman, drove the car into a driveway. He ran from his vehicle as the deputy was climbing out of his vehicle and began to run away. The deputy shouted “Stop” twice and “Get on the ground” as he followed Bennett. After a short foot chase, Bennett turned toward the deputy with a gun in his hand, and pointed the gun at the deputy, and emerged holding a handgun.
“In fear of his life,” the deputy fired his weapon, striking Bennett twice, the sheriff’s office said in its statement. Bennett died at the scene. Bennett also had frequent run-ins with law enforcement. He was arrested four times last year, including twice on battery charges and once on drug possession charges. He pleaded guilty to both battery charges. The outcome of his drug possession arrest was not clear Saturday. He was last released from the Palm Beach County Jail on Dec. 16, a month before his death. His Facebook page included two photos of him posing with guns. “I’m my own shooter,” he said in the caption of one. On New Year’s Day he uploaded a video that appeared to show someone firing a gun several times. “A lil new year shooting,” he wrote.

  ("Insane" black) East Hartford Man Sentenced for Stomping Man to Death Outside of Walgreens
Anthony HenryA man with autism has been sentenced for the murder of a 58-year-old man during a brutal attack inside a Walgreens in East Hartford. According to the Hartford Courant,Anthony Henry has autism and was sentenced to 20 years with the state Psychiatric Security Review Board after being found not guilty by reason of mental defect. Police said Henry, 24, and Robert Boulay, 58, both of East Hartford, were both shopping at the Walgreens at 20 Connecticut Boulevard in East Hartford on Aug. 3 when they got into an argument inside the store. Then the fight turned physical and Henry punched Boulay in the face, then either kicked his head or stomped on it as many as 15 to 20 times. On Aug. 8, Boulay died at the hospital from the head injuries he sustained during the assault and police added a first-degree murder charge to the list of charges against Henry. Henry was found not guilty by reason of insanity, according to the Hartford Superior Court clerk's office.




 Julio Cesar PinoFBI reportedly investigating Kent State professor for ties to ISIS
Julio Cesar Pino, a Cuban-born convert to Islam, denied the allegations.
  Man linked to LI jihadist pleads guilty to terrorism charge
A Yemeni man with links to a Long Island jihadist pleaded guilty in a Brooklyn court Tuesday to supporting terrorism. Ali al-Hamidi was charged with fighting US forces in Iraq and Pakistan on behalf of al Qaeda. He told Brooklyn federal Judge Nicholas Garaufis that he fought Americans between 2007 and 2009, and received military training in the al Qaeda-infested ­Waziristan region of Pakistan. During his travels, Al-Hamidi befriended Suffolk County jihadist Bryant Vinas and recommended him for admission to the terrorist group, according to the feds. Al-Hamidi faces up to life ­behind bars.



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