Teen charged in shooting death of J.P. Shelley >MEMPHIS, TN - (WMC-TV) - A 15-year-old is now facing murder charges in the shooting death of J.P. Shelley, a Memphis-area contractor, in Parkway Village. >The widow, Beverly Shelley, was shocked to hear a teenager is a suspect in her husband's murder. >"I just could not believe how young this person was," stated Shelley. >The Southwind Elementary School teacher said this hits too close to home. >"These children were supposed to be in Shelby County Schools where I work. That's really something that's bothering me a lot," continued Shelley. >Derek Cunningham was arrested Friday and charged with first degree murder and aggravated robbery. >According to Memphis police, J.P. Shelley was robbed and then shot by two armed men while working on a house on the 4700 block of Scottsdale on October 4,2013. He later died at The MED from his injuries. >Shelly wants to remind the community about what happened. She hopes the reminders will help police catch her husband's murderers. >"I'm just on adrenaline and I feel like I have to be my husband's PR person because he's not here speak for himself and to catch these killers," said Shelley. >The now single mom expressed how indebted she feels to the community. Residents have raised a $25,000 reward to find the suspects in her husband's death. She is thankful the area has embraced her and her children. >"I just hope they will continue to do so because this is going be a long haul for me having to attend trials in and who knows what's the future for me. I have to work," explained Shelley. >She is trusting the police to not stop until everyone involved is caught. A second suspect was arrested Sunday. >"It is a happy day because I know that justice will be served. The Memphis Police Department has just been fabulous," finished Shelley. >If you know anything that can help police find him, call Crime Stoppers at 901-528-CASH.
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.
Parole denied for two charged in connection to constable's murder >LINCOLNVILLE, SC (WCSC) - Two people who played roles in the murder of a state constable were denied parole during a hearing on Wednesday. >Asia Prioleau, 28, and 31-year-old Jerome Washington were denied parole for charges of accessory after the murder in connection to the 2007 killing of State Constable Robert Bailey. >"Asia literally has blood on her hands from the crime and I want her to stay in," said Bailey's son-in-law and partner Carmine D'Amato during the hearing."If she has blood on her hands, she's just as guilty if she held the gun." >Bailey's family members were present during the hearing where they pleaded with the parole board to keep Prioleau and Washington behind bars. Prioleau is serving 15 years, while Washington is serving 12 years. >"We're very pleased with the outcome," said Bailey's son Robert L. Bailey Jr. following the hearing. "It's a nightmare every time we come back. We relive it. [Prioleau and Washington] talk to their family. We can't talk to dad…We're sentenced to nightmares for life." >Bailey, 67, of Ladson, was gunned down by Walter Fayall during a traffic stop in Lincolnville in 2007. Bailey's body was found buried in Orangeburg County. Prioleau was Fayall's girlfriend and witnessed the murder. She and Washington tried to cover up the killing. >Washington also helped Fayall take Bailey's body to Orangeburg County. >Fayall, the trigger man in the constable's murder, was sentenced to life in prison.
Family berates suspects accused of beating former marine to death >COBB COUNTY - Family members poured out their hearts in a Cobb County courtroom Wednesday, as four defendants accused in the murder of a father and former Marine agreed to plead guilty to lesser charges. >The family of Zach Gamble knew the pleas were coming, but it was still a difficult day for them in court. >Channel 2's Ross Cavitt was inside the courtroom where he heard more than pleas in court. >"Your honor, I think these four men deserve the same sentence without parole," said Gamble's mother, Tina Robbins. >For Robbins, and a roomful of friends and relatives, the plea deal was not nearly enough. >Their pain, a year and a half after the former marine's beating death, was still raw. >"There's not enough punishment in the world to make up for what they did. This seamless act of violence gave my family and me and life sentence without Zach," Robbins said. >"My pain never eases, it never goes numb, it can't go numb, because I'm raising the little boy who is a reminder every day of the loss we both suffer now," said Gamble's ex-wife Marlee Miller. >"You cowards all jumped him when his back was turned away, Zach was a good man, He went to war for your freedom," said Gamble's sister Nickie Gamble. >The testimony left even some of the four defendants in tears. Later, Terrell Sechrest, a long-time friend of Gamble, along with Jason Hill, Sean Hall, and Arthur Batchelor pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and aggravated assault. Each agreed to spend 20 years in prison, followed by another 10 on probation. >Gamble died after being jumped following a party at a Smyrna apartment complex, left lying in a parking lot for hours before being discovered. >Although his family knew the plea deal was coming and would avoid several long and painful trials, it still leaves them empty.
Joseph Jenkins, Charles Walker: 2 convicted murderers mistakenly released from Florida prison >ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Two convicted killers serving life in a Florida prison were mistakenly freed recently after forged court documents reduced their sentences, authorities said. >Joseph Jenkins and Charles Walker were released separately from a prison in the Panhandle in late September and early October, the Orange County Sheriff's Office said. >"These two individuals are out. They shouldn't be, and we want to get them back in custody," sheriff's office spokesman Angelo Nieves said. "This shouldn't have happened, but it did, and our concern is to get these individuals into custody." >The Florida Department of Law Enforcement learned about the mistake Tuesday. >Jenkins was found guilty of first-degree murder in the 1998 killing of an Orlando man. Jenkins and his cousin, Angelo Pearson, were convicted in the shooting death of Roscue Pugh. >Upon hearing of the Jenkins' release, his former attorney, Bob Wesley, said he was sure "it wasn't a cunning master plan."
2nd Arrest Made in Caught on Cam School Van Beating >Police arrested a second teenager who was allegedly involved in the assaults of two teens during a ride home from an alternative high school in southeastern Pennsylvania. >Police say the first suspect, a 16-year-old boy, turned himself in on Tuesday while the second suspect turned himself in on Wednesday. They are both charged with assault and other related offenses. Police are searching for one more teen who they say was involved in the attacks. >Police say it will be up to the District Attorney to decide whether they'll be charged as adults or juveniles. >One of the attacks, which was recorded on a smartphone and posted on Facebook, showed one of the Southeast Delco School District students being beaten while riding in the school van from The Delaware County Alternative High School on Oct. 9. >Police said Dylan Fonner, 17, suffered injuries including chipped teeth and bumps and bruises in the attack. The teen's 16-year-old friend was also hurt. >Jackee Fonner, Dylan's mother, says she first saw the video on Facebook last week after her son came home Wednesday with a busted lip and bloody nose. >"When I saw the video, I was upset and furious all at the same time," she said. >The parents of both boys demanded criminal charges against whoever attacked their children as well as the van driver. The parents say the driver should have stopped the assault. >"I'm in complete shock," Fonner said. "I mean, a grown adult! He was the only adult in the situation and he didn't even pull over!" >Commissioner Bail Jr. told NBC10 his department only began investigating the incident on Saturday after they heard about it "through the grapevine." >The two victims are currently out of school and in hiding. >"He doesn't want to go back to school," Fonner said. >The solicitor for the Delaware County Intermediate Unit also says the school district is undergoing its own review of the case.
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
Glendale High School Instructor Arrested For Allegedly Sexually Assaulting Teen >GLENDALE (CBSLA.com) - An instructor at a Glendale high school has been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a teenage girl. >Delvon Jackson, of Los Angeles, faces two counts of sexual assault on a minor, Glendale police said. >"Everybody loved him. He was like the best instructor anyone could have. Everybody wanted to be around him," student Gabriella Perez told CBS2/KCAL9. >The 38-year-old, who worked at Hoover High School as a Public Safety Instructor, was arrested Wednesday after allegations surfaced that he assaulted a 14-year-old girl on campus.
Houston PD searching for masterbating black suspect who kidnapped woman from Whole Foods >HOUSTON-Police are still trying to track down the man who kidnapped a woman from a Whole Foods in west Houston last month. >The mother of three had just pulled up to the store in the 2800 block of Wilcrest Drive when she was ambushed by a man with the gun. >He put his arm around her neck, forced her back into the car and made her drive to an ATM. >"Just basically made her empty out her bank account," said Shavon, a friend who didn't want to give her last name. >Surveillance video from the Wells Fargo on Westheimer and South Kirkwood shows the victim and the suspect at the ATM. >"He's grabbing her and telling her, 'I want more money!'" said Detective Kimberly Miller with HPD's Westside Robbery Division. >Miller said the suspect made the victim drive around for about an hour. >"He was talking about raping her. He was masturbating at times," Miller said. "He told her to get in the back seat of her car. He had her remove some clothing." >During the drive, the man told her he has a girlfriend and a daughter. >The suspect ordered the victim to stop at the Wesley Square Apartments on Calhoun Road. He seemed familiar with the complex leading police to believe he might live there. >"He walked her into the middle of the apartment complex and put her hands on a wall. At that time, she said she thought he might shoot her," Miller said. >The suspect took off with the victim's car. She managed to break free and get help. >The woman wasn't hurt, but she was very shaken. >"She's fine, she's coping," Shavon said. >Neighbors at the complex say they have never seen the suspect, but one had a message for him. >"Turn yourself in, please turn yourself in," said the neighbor. >The suspect is in his 20s. He's about 5'10 and weighs about170 pounds. >Miller has spent countless hours on the case and she hopes someone will recognize the sketch and call them. >If you have any information on the case, call HPD or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477).
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 Man Convicted In 2012 San Francisco SoMa Fatal Stabbing of White Man >SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) - A man was convicted Wednesday of first-degree murder for a fatal stabbing in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood last year, prosecutors said Thursday. >A San Francisco Superior Court jury found Charles Robertson, 44, guilty of fatally stabbing 30-year-old Joseph Minozzi near Sixth and Stevenson streets shortly after 2:30 a.m. on Jan. 12, 2012, according to the district attorney's office. >Minozzi, a former Hayward resident who had recently moved to San Francisco, was with his girlfriend and had just purchased cigarettes at a store on Sixth Street when he encountered Robertson, who approached him aggressively, police and prosecutors said. >Robertson followed the victim onto Stevenson Street, where he stabbed him with a knife, prosecutors said. >Prosecutors said Robertson then met with a female acquaintance on Ninth Street and asked her to help him dispose of the knife and hide his jacket, and they both fled to Atlanta the next day using false identification. >The acquaintance was eventually located and she cooperated with investigators, helping them to find Robertson's jacket, prosecutors said. >Police arrested Robertson in Sacramento in February 2012. >Investigators also uncovered surveillance video taken in the area of the killing that helped lead to the conviction, prosecutors said. >The jury deliberated for one day before convicting Robertson, who faces 26 years to life in prison when he is sentenced on Jan. 17, prosecutors said. >Minozzi, the victim, appeared in an episode of the ninth season of A&E's reality television show "Intervention." The episode, which first aired in December 2010, focused on Minozzi's former girlfriend.
Family Remembers 80-year-old White Victim of Fatal Bank Robbery by Black Criminal >RENO, Nev.- A local family is remembering the man who gave his life during yesterday's deadly bank robbery on South Virginia Street. >In a tear-filled interview, Bob Sperry's children and brother spoke exclusively with KOLO 8 News Now, about what made their father such a special man. >"He's a Marine. Through and through. He's just very simple. It didn't take a whole lot to make us happy," said Greg Sperry, Bob's oldest son. >Family members say the Vietnam Veteran and 24-year career Marine would never have thought twice about giving his life to protect another. >"His whole life, he just liked helping people," said Greg. >They say, it makes sense to them that when a bank robber threatened innocent people, Sperry stepped in. >"We can only guess that something went terribly wrong, and my dad must have been trying to protect somebody. They always say it's not going to happen to me, but unfortunately it does happen to people like us," said Greg. >"I'm pissed off. It's sad. He's a good man. He's a community man," said Victor Sperry, another one of Bob's sons >"I just hope this person, who did that to my dad, realizes what he's done to us. He could have been around for a lot longer. He was healthy. He was getting ready to retire," said Greg. >"You know, The Lord had different ideas and so we've got to move forward. It's going to be hard," said Joseph, Sperry's son. >"I don't know how many times since this happened… I've been thinking, well I can just call him. But I can't. No more," said Frank, Sperry's brother. >My kids, I've got a 10 and a 13 year old. And they'll never be able to spend another day with their grandpa," said Greg. >Though a senseless tragedy took their dad away, Sperry's children say they will never forget what made their father special. >"He loved to drive, and drive, and drive. From here to Ely, he loved it," said Victor. >Greg says his father will forever be remembered as a kind giving man who would do anything for a stranger. >"It made him happy. I'm sure it did. He lived quite a life… I hope I'm 1/2 a 1/4 of the man he is…. Was," said Greg. >Bob Sperry was awarded two bronze stars for his service in Vietnam, his family says they would like to thank the community for their support through this tragedy.
(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.
>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.
Teen, 15, charged with murder in juvenile court in fatal beating of 83-year-old Antioch man
>MARTINEZ - A 15-year-old boy has been charged with murder and robbery in Contra Costa County juvenile court in the beating death of an elderly man attacked outside an Antioch hardware store. >Antioch police say the boy brutally beat 83-year-old Patrick Chang on May 18 during a robbery in front of an Orchard Supply Hardware Store on Lone Tree Way. Chang, of Antioch, died from his injuries June 11. >The teen was held in juvenile hall on robbery charges for months while the Contra Costa District Attorney's Attorney awaited a full autopsy report. He was arraigned on a murder charge earlier this month. >Prosecutors have declined to share any details about the case, citing laws surrounding juvenile defendants. >The teen remains in juvenile hall. He returns to court for a pretrial conference on Oct. 31.
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.
Eight-Year-Old Boy Fights Off Purse Thief at Gas Station >A purse snatcher in Texas was no match for this eight-year-old boy. Surveillance video at a gas station captured a man opening a woman's car door and grabbing her purse. The woman's two children were in the car. >The boy tried to fight him off and was able to get his mom's wallet out of the purse before the thief ran away. When the man took off, the boy got out of the car and started to chase after him.
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.
>HOUSTON - Fear has gripped a normally quiet neighborhood in the Fort Bend County section of Houston after a female jogger was kidnapped at gunpoint, robbed and sexually assaulted. >Investigators released surveillance video of the car the two suspects were driving in Sunday night, speeding past a home security camera. >"We've assumed it's safe actually because nothing has ever happened here," said neighbor Savonja Rexho. >Investigators say the woman was jogging late Sunday evening in the Kingsbridge Village subdivision near Mission Oak Drive and Dora Meadows Drive near Bissonet. >The driver is described as a heavy-set African American who wore glasses, had loose curls in his hair in an afro-style and had a goatee. >Officials say he and the other suspect drove up to the woman, forced her in the car, and then drove her to her residence and demanded money. >The backseat passenger searched her and they ended up taking her phone, keys and wallet. He then sexually assaulted her before they drove her to another location and dropped her off. >In a neighborhood where a lot of people spend time outside, Sunday's crime now has a lot of them nervous. That includes several women like Savonja Rexho, who walks and jogs these streets on a regular basis. >"Now I will not jog, at all. It's out of the question," said Rexho. "Now that it gets darker later, it's out of the question because you never know who's watching." >Investigators say the men were driving what appeared to be a silver Chevrolet HHR. They are offering a $5,000 cash reward for information that leads to the arrest and filing of charges against the suspects.
NJ Community Honors Autumn Pasquale With Park Dedication
>CLAYTON, N.J. (CBS) - It was a day of sadness and reflection Sunday as dozens gathered to celebrate the life of Autumn Pasquale, who was murdered one year ago. Little Ease Park was dedicated to her honor. >"It's has been one year today that our beautiful Autumn was taken from us," Autmn's grandmother, Mary Pasquale, said. >The people of Clayton, New Jersey are ensuring Autumn will never be forgotten. >"This is the least we can do," Mayor Tom Bianco said. >Autumns grandmother lives down the street and has many memories of the two of them at the park. She says Autumn spent a lot of time there skateboarding, riding her bike and cheerleading for the local football team. >Sixteen-year-old Justin Robinson has been sentenced to 17 years in prison after admitting to killing Autumn over her bike - which she rode many times at the park. His brother, Dante, who was initially charged, was released last month. >"I've been following the case but today we are focusing on Autumn," Mayor Bianco said. >Now that the park is named after Autumn - family members hope others will take the time to enjoy it in her honor: >"Have fun, stay safe and create memories," Mary said. >And while others create memories - the family hopes with its new name - Autumn's memory will live on forever.
Hampton: Man arrested and charged in sexual assault of girl >HAMPTON - A 43-year-old Hampton man was arrested and charged in connection to the sexual assault of girl, police said. >Artie Bembury was charged with one count of incest and one count of rape, said Sgt. Jason Price, spokesman for the Hampton Police Division, in an email. As of Monday afternoon, Bembury remained in custody at Hampton City Jail. >A girl told police Oct. 14 that a she had been sexually assaulted by someone that she knew, Price said.
WANTED: Four suspects in at least three sexual assaults, home invasions >HOUSTON - Houston police are hoping composite sketches will help them nab four suspects wanted in at least three home invasions and sexual assaults. >In each incident, three to four suspects forced their way into the victims' homes and sexually assaulted the female residents. They stole several items from each home before fleeing the scene. >The suspects are wanted for these three incidents and may be involved in other similar crimes, according to HPD: >Aug. 6 - 8400 Broadway about 6:15 a.m. >Sept. 17 - 4000 Anderson about 4 a.m. >Oct. 13 - 8900 Broadway about 9 a.m. >The youngest of the four suspects is believed to be about 16. He's also the shortest. Two suspects are around 5'8 with small builds and believed to be in their late teens. The fourth suspect is about 6' and slender and believed to be in his 20s. >One suspect has tattoos on both arms with the number "469" across his chest. He has numerous other body tattoos. >Investigators are also searching for a person of interest identified as LaTreyvon Rayshon Harris. He has not been charged, but police want to question him about the cases. >Anyone with information in these cases, on the identities of the suspects or the whereabouts of the person of interest is urged to contact the HPD Robbery Division at 713-308-0700 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477). >All tips will be anonymous and you may be eligible for a reward.
Clarksville man jailed on 9 child rape counts >CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. - A 42-year-old Clarksville man was arrested Saturday for the rape of a young girl. >According to Clarksville police, the victim came forth and disclosed that Joey Johnson began sexually abusing her she was just six years old. The alleged abuse continued for several years. >Johnson is jailed on nine counts of child rape, one count of especially aggravated sexual exploitation and one count solicitation of sexual exploitation of a minor. >The investigation is ongoing. >Johnson is listed on the state's sex offender registry for a rape in Madisonville, Kentucky in 1997.
Detroit man accused of raping, setting fire to Mariha Smith >DETROIT - A 22-year-old Detroit man has been charged with sexually assaulting, killing and burning his girlfriend's 5-year-old daughter in July 2011, according to the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office. >Mariha Smith was last seen sleeping in the front room of her house at 3:30 a.m. July 24, 2011, according to investigators. Her 26-year-old mother reported her missing a few hours later. >Darnell Cheatham is expected to be arraigned Monday on charges of first-degree, premeditated murder, arson, torture, child abuse and dismemberment and mutilation of a body, Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said. >"This very difficult case was solved due to the diligence and tenacity of Wayne County prosecutors and Wayne County Prosecutor's Office investigators," Worthy said in a press release. "Much of the work was done on their own time to finally bring justice to little Mariha." >The Detroit Fire Department was called to a fire in an abandoned home at 8 a.m. that day. After the fire was extinguished, they found Mariha's charred body on top of a mattress. >Investigators say Cheatham spent the early morning hours of July 24 with her mother, left the house with Mariha, sexually assaulted and killed her, then set the mattress on fire in the home about a dozen blocks away. >Cheatham, who was dating one of Mariha's aunts, is expected to be arraigned at 2:30 p.m. Monday in 36th District Court, court officials said. Preliminary examinations for felony cases happen in this Detroit court.
Man pleads guilty to kidnapping, killing Rankin Co. woman >BRANDON, Miss. -A 32-year-old man will spend the rest of his life in prison for kidnapping and killing a Rankin County woman. >Cortrell Rose pleaded guilty Monday in Rankin County and was sentenced to life without parole, plus 55 years, said Michael Guest, the district attorney for Rankin and Madison counties. >Rose was charged with capital murder, kidnapping, vehicle theft, failure to register as a sex offender and being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm. >Investigators said Rose waited outside 60-year-old Lenora Edhegard's apartment on Cumberland Road in Brandon, ambushed her, tied her up with a telephone cord and strangled her in her bedroom. Rose put the body in the trunk of Edhegard's car and drove around all night, investigators said. >The Rankin County Sheriff's Department was called the morning of Sept. 24 to Edhegard's apartment after her family was unable to reach her. Edhegard had last been heard from at 7 p.m. the previous night, prosecutors said. Deputies found evidence of foul play in Edhegard's home and her 2007 Toyota Corolla was missing. >Bank records showed an attempted ATM withdrawal the previous night and surveillance video from the ATM showed a man driving Edhegard's car. >Edhegard's ATM card had also been used at the Walmart on Highway 18 in Jackson, prosecutors said. When investigators arrived at the Walmart on Sept. 25, they found the stolen car and tried to pull it over. Rose jumped out of the car and ran, investigators said. Rose was later arrested after he was cornered by police and found hiding behind a soda machine inside the Walmart. >After his arrest, Rose led officers to Edhegard's body, which he had dumped in the woods near Tougaloo College. >"Rose is a dangerous and sick individual who took the life of an innocent woman who was loved by all. This senseless act of violence has devastated Lenora's family and friends," Guest said. "I can only hope that knowing that this defendant will spend the rest of his life behind bars will provide a small amount of comfort to those who continue to grieve over Lenora's death."
>Hollywood, Fla. (WSVN) - An all-out melee broke out at a South Florida car dealership, leaving one female employee with a bloody face. >Surveillance and cell-phone video cameras caught the ordeal that occurred last Wednesday, in its entirety. The screaming and arguing began in an office but would then lead outside and escalate from bad to worse. >A 20-year-old man agreed to buy a car and put down a deposit, but a week later he and his family returned, demanding their money back. "He was looking for something cheap, that he wanted, that he could afford," Peggy, an employee at the dealership, said. >The man put down a $300 deposit and signed all the paperwork. "All sales are final, that he agrees, the purchaser agrees, that this order includes all the terms and conditions and he understood," Peggy said as she explained the contract. "He called me back, said he didn't want the car anymore. I told him, 'Well, I need something in writing stating that you want to cancel the deal.'" >The man returned Monday with an older man, a woman and two small kids. As the confrontation grew heated, Peggy's father began to record it on his camera. >Video shows the oldest man arguing with employees and swiping Peggy's father's camera and cursing at everyone. As the man begins to raise his voice, he is seen lifting a chair in an attempt to throw it towards the employees. >The children could be heard screaming from a separate room as the arguing continued. Peggy then called 911. >As the children began to walk out, the oldest man is seen hitting and knocking down a computer before leaving and pushing everyone standing there. >The arguments continued outside. "I was standing here, and I took out my phone, and I was trying to work my phone to record it, and as soon as I took it out, the lady came at me," Peggy said. >The oldest man was in fact the woman's brother and could be seen in a corner outside as he swings and punches an employee square in the face. >Peggy would then continue to follow them in an attempt to capture the suspects' license plate and wait for police. That is when Peggy was attacked. "The lady pushed him out of the way, took her keys and went 'Whap!' right on my head," Peggy said. >Police could be seen arriving on the scene just as the suspects left. Paramedics attended to Peggy's head. >Peggy, along with her family, is now afraid to return to work in fear of what will happen next, afraid to do business at their dealership ever again. >According to Peggy, her father has high blood pressure and has had two heart attacks and worries about what could happen in the future. >Hollywood Police are aware of the situation and are investigating. However, no arrests have been made.
>>3058646 Wow. What the fuck is wrong with ghetto niggers? He put down a deposit AND signed the paperwork. All he had to do was come in with paperwork saying he doesn't want the car anymore. Not fucking chimp out and assault someone with a deadly weapon.
Cultural enrichment right here folks. THIS is what happens when you give welfare. Take welfare away and the ghetto niggers will die. Strongest survive, so that means straighten up.
2 arrested after brawl at N. Side Chuck E. Cheese's >A man and woman have been arrested after a brawl broke out among people waiting to claim prizes at a Chuck E. Cheese's in the Lincoln Park community, injuring three people, police said. >The fight occurred around 7:10 p.m. Sunday at the restaurant in the 1800 block of West Fullerton Avenue in the Lathrop Homes neighborhood, according to Police News Affairs Officer Jose Estrada. >Police received a report of a large group of people fighting inside, Estrada said. "The fight started over a disagreement of people waiting in line for prizes," he said. >Three adults suffered minor injuries but did not require medical attention, he said. >Shambreya Barfield, 21, of the 3800 block of North Broadway was charged with one count of misdemeanor battery. >Trevell Washington, 21, of the 2900 block of West Monroe Drive was charged with two counts of misdemeanor battery.
>>3058692 Violence at Chuck-e-Cheese has been immortalized in verse: >you feelin lucky, squeeze >I catch you outside of Chuck-e-Cheese [automatic gunfire and screaming] >with yo seed, >you be an unlucky g
Man pleads guilty to robbing woman on hospice care, pistol-whipping her fiance
>DOUGLAS COUNTY, GA (CBS ATLANTA) - One of two suspects accused of a home invasion and armed robbery of a woman on hospice care entered a guilty plea inside a Douglas County courtroom Monday. >Emanuel Christian Beague wore a Douglas County Jail blue jumpsuit when he admitted to the crime. >It happened on Feb. 22. Chris Walker and his fiance Erica Armstrong were just getting out of bed when they heard a knock at the door of their Douglasville apartment. >"She was on hospice at the time and we would have medication delivered," said Walker. "We had a scheduled medicine drop for that morning, that's why we opened the door. That's what we were expecting - medicine." >Walker said he didn't expect to see two men with a gun. >"My first instinct was to slam the door shut but he wedged his arm in the door and overpowered me," said Walker. "As soon as he overpowered me, he hit me in the head and I fell to the floor." >Walker said the men pistol-whipped him and then placed him and Armstrong in separate rooms. >"I was bleeding from the head, they hog-tied me with an extension cord and asked me where were my guns and rifles," Walker said. >Prosecutors said Beague and Dwight Blalock were there to steal guns Walker collected. The suspects found out Walker collected them from one of Walker's neighbors. >After they got what they wanted, the prosecutor said Beague and Blalock led police on a high-speed chase and it was all caught on a deputy's dash-cam video. >Police caught both suspects later that night. Beague made a deal and was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole. Blalock will take his chances with a jury. >The jury will hear opening statements and testimony from Walker and Armstrong on Tuesday.
Police Searching For Suspects After Elderly Couple Attacked, Robbed During Home Invasion In Montgomery County
>WHITPAIN TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) - Police are investigating a home invasion robbery and attack on an elderly couple in Whitpain Township. >According to police, on Oct. 16 around 10:48 p.m., Whitpain Township officers responded to reports of a home invasion in progress on the 600 block of Wyndrise Drive. >Two elderly residents were unpacking their car after arriving home from shopping when the husband was allegedly attacked by three males in the driveway of the home. >One of the suspects was reportedly armed with a hammer and struck the husband in the head multiple times, causing severe injuries. The injured man was brought inside and separated from his wife by the assailants after she ran to the door screaming for help. A second suspect then began to assault the wife, demanding money. >The wife gave the suspects an undisclosed amount of money and was able to activate an audible alarm, causing the attackers to flee the residence in an unknown vehicle. >The suspects are described as young black males with white t-shirts tied around their faces to hide their identities. They are approximately 5'8" - 5'11" tall with thin builds and thin faces. One assailant was wearing red sneakers. >Police say the victims, who own a business in Philadelphia, may have been followed home after closing that day. The victims made several stops before arriving home and police were able to obtain surveillance footage from the locations. >At each location, the same unidentified suspect is captured on video. Police describe him as a black male who appears to be in his early 20s with an average build. He is about 5'10" and is wearing black running pants with a green line down the sides, a white shirt and red sneakers. The suspect may have been operating a silver four-door sedan similar to a Toyota Corolla, which was also captured on surveillance video. >Anyone with information on the investigation should call the Whitpain Township Police Department's Detective Division at 610-279-9033.
Orlando Man Arrested for Punching Police Horse: Cops
>An Orlando man was arrested after he punched a police horse several times in the neck, authorities said. >Korey J. Jerelds was part of a large crowd that police were trying to break up in downtown Orlando on Oct.19, authorities said. >When an officer used his horse, Mr. George, to disperse the crowd, Jerelds, 30, cursed at the equine, took a fighting stance and began punching the horse, according to police. >"He then balled his right fist, and struck the horse in the left side of Mr. George's neck numerous times," Orlando Police said. >Jerelds was arrested and charged with interfering with or obstructing a police horse. He was released Saturday on a $500 bond. It wasn't immediately known if he had an attorney. >Mr. George was not injured, police said.
Three sought in South Anchorage strong-arm robbery
>ANCHORAGE - A 76-year-old man awoke "in a pool of his own blood" last week after police say he was robbed in the front yard of his South Anchorage home. >A spokeswoman for the Anchorage Police Department said the call came in just after 5:30 p.m. Friday, when the victim's wife told dispatchers her husband had been injured. When officers arrived at the residence on the 4500 block of Edinburgh Drive, the victim said he had been doing yard work outside when he was approached by three young black men who asked him for "donations for their team." >After he declined their request, the man said he turned his back on the trio. It was the last thing he remembered. When he awoke, medics were responding to the scene and his wallet, ring and keys were missing. >Police said the victim was treated for injuries to his face and head, and ask anyone with information about the attack to contact APD at 786-8900. To leave an anonymous tip, call Anchorage Crime Stoppers at 561-STOP.
NCSU student charged with peeping in campus bathrooms >Raleigh, N.C. - A North Carolina State University student was charged Tuesday in two peeping incidents on campus, police said. >In a notice sent late Monday through the campus WolfAlert system, police said they received two reports about a man who followed women into restrooms and looked over the bathroom stalls at them. >The first incident happened about 4:30 p.m. Monday in the 1911 Building. The second happened about 20 minutes later at Ricks Hall. >"That makes me feel really uncomfortable because that can happen to anybody," student Ashleigh Shook said Tuesday. >The women gave similar descriptions of the man, and campus security video captured an image of a man matching that description. >Police said Tuesday that media coverage of the case and the security image prompted tips that led them to arrest Korey Jamal Williams, 20, of 7921 Castlelake Court in Raleigh. Maj. David Kelly, spokesman for the N.C. State University Police, said one tipster even recognized Williams from high school. >"That means that our security is doing their job and following up on what they should and using it for the right purposes," student Kate Vancil said. >Police found Williams, a junior majoring in psychology, in his dorm room at about 8:30 a.m. He was taken to the police department and charged with two counts of peeping into a room occupied by another. He was being held in the Wake County jail under a $4,000 bond. >Kelly said the women were chosen at random. >If Williams posts bond, he was ordered to stay away from the two women and was barred from going into Ricks Hall or the 1911 Building without approval from university administrators.
>CHICAGO (CBS) - Police are searching for the man who assaulted a 14-year-old girl as she was walking to the bus stop Monday morning at the corner of 87th and Halsted in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood. >The attack has a lot of people on edge. >"Now, seeing this, I'm like, I'm not sure if I want to do this anymore," said one concerned teen. "It's sad, because that could have been me." >She and a lot of other teenagers catching the bus Tuesday night were just learning about the assault. >Police say it happened yesterday - around 8 a.m. The girl was headed to catch a bus to school - but a guy grabbed her near an abandoned business. >"The perpetrator came up behind her and asked her for certain items. Then all of a sudden he snatched her behind this abandoned place right here and sexually assaulted her," said Community Activist Andrew Holmes. >Holmes spent yesterday and today handing out flyers to warn students and adults. >CBS 2 talked with a man who helps sell newspapers on the corner in the morning and he says it's disturbing to hear such a vicious crime could have taken place just steps away from this high-traffic area. >"We didn't hear no hollering or anything. We would have been aware of it," he said. >Chicago Police have a description of the suspect. >They say he's black - about 19-years-old - 5 foot 7. He has a husky build with a dark complexion. He was wearing a black ski mask over the lower half of his face, a red jacket with blue and white stripes down the sleeves - dark blue true religion jeans and white air force one gym shoes.
Armed Robber Regretfully Discovers That Delivery Driver Was Carrying More Than Just Pizza - He Also Didn't Realize It Would Be His Last Crime >A pizza delivery driver is believed to have defended his life with a firearm after an armed man attempted to rob him on Monday night. >Witness James Wethers told KNXV-TV that he heard three gunshots at around 11 p.m. Monday night. When the looked outside, he saw the "freaked out" pizza delivery and another man face down in a driveway across from his home in Redford, Mich. >"He just said he was robbed. The guy put a gun up to his head and he had to shoot the guy," he said. "He was freaked out…he didn't know what to do." >Police identified the suspected robber as 20-year-old Tajuan Boyd, but released very little information about the incident. Boyd was reportedly pronounced dead at a Michigan hospital later that night. >"After the shooting, witnesses say they saw a possible accomplice speeding away from the scene," according to KNXV-TV. >An active investigation is currently underway, led by detectives from the Detroit suburb's police department.
Man stalked, kidnapped and sexually assaulted Irondale woman, police say >IRONDALE, Alabama - Irondale police are searching for a man they say stalked a woman over a 10-day period and then abducted and sexually assaulted her Tuesday. >Richard Earl Hayes, 45, is charged with first-degree stalking. Police say he is suspected in the kidnapping and assault of the 42-year-old victim as well, but said those charges have not yet been filed. >For the past 10 days, said Irondale Detective Michael Mangina, Hayes has followed and harassed the woman to the point of sending her text messages. He also called the victim, and called her boyfriend. >On Tuesday afternoon, Mangina said, Hayes followed the woman and forced her to pull over. "That's when the sexual assault occurred,'' Mangina said. >The assault happened between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. "We just have to determine where she was when it happened,'' Mangina said. >Police said the victim and Hayes don't know each other. It's possible, he said, that there is a connection between Hayes and the victim's boyfriend, but that also remains under investigation. >"There's no cause for alarm,'' Mangina said. "This isn't a random act. This lady was specifically targeted and we're trying to figure out why." >Hayes was armed with a handgun during the assault. He doesn't have any violent criminal history. >Mangina said it's an unusual crime for that community. "Very rarely does this happen in Irondale,'' he said. >Hayes has addresses in Lineville and Heflin. Police said they were unable to locate him in either place. He may be driving a grey Dodge Charger, a black SUV, a black pickup truck or an older brown car. >Anyone with information is asked to call Irondale police at 205-956-5990 or your local law enforcement agency.
DeKalb cop arrested on child molestation charge >A DeKalb County police officer was arrested Wednesday and charged with child molestation, police said. >Manuel Williams, 49, admitted to the charges and offered his resignation. >DeKalb County Police Chief Cedric Alexander said on Wednesday that Williams is accused of inappropriately touching a 13-year-old girl at his home in September 2012. >The girl did not report the incident to her father until recently, Alexander told reporters. >"The father of the 13-year-old victim reported it to police on Oct. 12," he said. "It's very disheartening for all of us here at DeKalb Police." >Williams was with the department for 18 years and most recently worked out of the south precinct, police said. >"Records indicate that he's always carried himself as a stellar officer," Alexander said. "This comes as a surprise for us. But we're going to do what is right by the public and by the police department." >He is being held at the DeKalb County jail.
Marcell Andre Haley charged with rape, strangulation, sodomy, abduction in Va.
>WOODBRIDGE, Va. (WUSA9) - A man is charged with multiple crimes including rape, strangulation, and robbery after an incident in Woodbridge on Tuesday. >According to Prince William County Police, at 9:15 a.m. detectives responded to investigate an assault that reportedly happened at a home in the 5000 block of Linfield Drive in Woodbridge. >Police say a woman was visiting Marcell Andre Haley at the home. Sometime before 4 a.m. police say Haley confronted the woman while she was outside and demanded her wallet. Haley then reportedly took her cell phone while striking her repeatedly. Police say the assault was so brutal, it caused the the woman to go in and out of consciousness. Haley is then accused of dragging the woman back into the home and assaulting her physically and sexually. >Police tell us that the woman eventually lost consciousness. When she awoke, Haley was asleep and she made her escape from the home. >A passerby then saw the woman and called police, say authorities. Police say the woman suffered significant injuries to her face and body. She was taken to a hospital. >When police arrived in the area, they found Haley. After an investigation, he was arrested and charged with: >2 counts of rape, >1 count of aggravated malicious wounding, >2 counts of strangulation, >1 count of forcible sodomy, >1 count of attempted forcible sodomy, >1 count of abduction with intent to defile, >1 count of aggravated sexual battery, >and 1 count of robbery. >He is being held without bond, say police.
Heartless robbers wanted for snatching chain from 11-year-old girl: police >FORDHAM HEIGHTS, The Bronx (PIX11) - Police are looking for the heartless young men they believe robbed an 11-year-old girl in the Bronx earlier this month. >The young victim was walking along Morris Ave. near East 184th Street on the morning of Oct. 10 when the three - who appear to be teenagers - walked up to her and snatched a chain from the girl's neck. >The chain broke into several pieces as it was torn away, and the thieves stopped to pick up the pieces before running away, police said. >The suspected chain snatcher was wearing a grey hoodie and grey sweatpants. One of the lookouts was wearing a dark grey hoodie and dark sweatpants, the other a light colored long sleeve shirt and a baseball cap. >Anyone with information is urged to call the anonymous police tip line Crime stoppers at 800-577-TIPS (8477).
Four killed, two others wounded during 12-hour wave of violence in Newark >NEWARK - Four people were killed and two others were injured in a series of attacks that occurred over a 12-hour period Tuesday and today in the state's largest city, officials said. >The deaths mark the latest wave of violence in Newark, which has seen its homicide total jump to 82 so far this year and could surpass 100 for the first time since 2007. >The four people killed in the latest wave of violence were targeted, according to Police Director Samuel DeMaio, who described the slayings as "pre-meditated, calculated, murders." >The bloodshed began around 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, when 54-year-old Ruby Green and her 64-year-old boyfriend were found dead inside their South 11th Street home, Essex County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Thomas Fennelly said. >Green was stabbed multiple times, while her boyfriend was beaten around the head and face, according to law enforcement sources who spoke to The Star-Ledger on Tuesday. The boyfriend, whose identity has been withheld until prosecutors can locate his family, was pronounced dead at the scene, Fennelly said. Green died at University Hospital in Newark. >Green was a lifelong member of the Providence Missionary Baptist Church and is survived by a daughter and granddaughter, said the Rev. J. Vincent Grove, pastor of the church. She will be mourned during a memorial service there this evening. >Around 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dana Andre Pridgen, 38, of East Orange, was gunned down on West End Avenue, less than two miles from where Green and her boyfriend were killed, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn Murray said. >DeMaio said Pridgen, who was released from prison less than three months ago, was shot by multiple assailants while sitting inside a parked car. Nearly 30 rounds were fired during the attack, according to DeMaio, who said Pridgen was trying to reclaim his former drug territory in the weeks before the shooting. >"It appears that when he got back from jail he tried to get right back into the game," DeMaio said. >Three hours later, Jahid Jordan, 22, of Irvington, was shot and killed on South Orange Avenue, Murray said. DeMaio said a drug dispute was also likely the motive behind Jordan's killing. >The violence culminated 3 a.m. today when two people were shot in an attack near the intersection of East Peddie Street and Elizabeth Avenue, DeMaio said. Both victims are expected to survive, but investigators have not determined a motive or suspect in the event. >The killings of Pridgen and Jordan were not linked to the couple's death, and police have made no arrests, DeMaio said. The spasm in violence follows a three-day span that left five people dead last week, and a series of slaying that left ten people dead in ten days in late August and early September. >There have been 82 homicides so far this year, up from 72 at this point last year, DeMaio said. With overall crime down by 7 percent and non-fatal shootings down 16 percent in 2013, DeMaio said the surge in homicides is not indicative of a citywide increase in violence. >"When someone has the drive and the motive to per-meditate, calculate, stalk and kill someone, it's a difficult thing to stop," DeMaio said. "What we're seeing is more of these types of shootings that are out and out assassinations then we've seen in previous years." >During a press conference held on Wednesday morning to announce his public safety plan, mayoral candidate and former assistant attorney general Shavar Jeffries said city residents would not have to live in fear if Newark's leaders were committed to combating the violence. >"We don't have to read article after article as we did waking this up this morning of three more Newarkers murdered," he told a crowd at the Philemon Missionary Baptist Church. "We don't have to live like this but we'll continue to live like this if we don't have leaders who know what they're doing."
Breaking News: Howard County Officer Shot; Suspect At Large
>LAUREL, Md. (WJZ) - A Howard County police officer has been shot. >Meghan McCorkell reports police from nearby jurisdictions are also helping with the investigation and the search for the suspect. >According to police, the shooting happened in the 9500 block of Washington Blvd. around 4 p.m. Wednesday. Police say officers were called to the area for a report of man with a gun. One officer was shot by that suspect and the other two officers returned fire. The suspect is at large. >"The gunman got out of the car and shot at an officer, striking him and then he fled across the street, hopped the guardrail and ran into the woods. At that point, he had a five minute headstart," an eyewitness said. >The eyewitness said that police tried to pursue him but the suspect did escape. >There is a large police presence on the scene as they investigate what happened. >"Right now, there is an active search for the suspect. We don't know his whereabouts. We have helicopter and K9 units assisting us," said Sherry Llewellyn, Howard County police. >Washington Blvd. is closed between Whiskey Bottom Rd. and Gorman Rd. Drivers are asked to avoid the area. >The officer has been taken to Shock Trauma; he is in serious condition. Police say he seemed to be conscious during the transport to Shock Trauma and that he is alert now. >The suspect is described as a black man in his 30s with short-cropped hair and a black jacket and gray sweatpants. K9 units are now helping police search for that shooter. >If you have any information, please call police. Call the special tipline 240-294-1307 with any information.
>>3060271 Holy shit, that's very near where I live. I can tell you that this is one of the most heavily policed (and with heavily militarized police) parts of the nation. The article names no less than 6 police agencies working on the manhunt, and I can name another two or three that could get involved without even trying. Also, the article has an update. >Stephon Prather, the man who shot a Howard County police officer Wednesday afternoon is still on the run seven hours later.
>>3060271 >>3060408 another update: http://www.wjla.com/articles/2013/10/officer-shot-in-howard-county-95829.html >LAUREL, Md. (WJLA) - The man who authorities believe shot a law enforcement officer in Howard County on Thursday has been captured, Laurel Police officials say. >Stephon Prather, 29, was wheeled away on a stretcher shortly after being captured near Washington Boulevard in Laurel, not far from where a law enforcement officer was shot late Wednesday afternoon. >… >Prather was caught at about 8:45 a.m. Thursday while walking along Route 1 near the area where the shooting happened, where he surrendered to authorities. He was then taken to a local shock trauma center to be treated for a gunshot wound to the leg. >It's not immediately clear how Prather sustained the gunshot wound, though authorities say he exchanged gunfire with Houk during the incident.
So it seems the pigs cornered this fucker and shot him out of vengeance. I told you the cops around here don't fuck around.
>>3061064 Some interesting investigative journalism, although their conclusion (it wasn't that innocent nigger's fault, it was the breakdown of the probation system that shot a cop!) is suspect.
http://www.wusa9.com/(X(1)A(92EZlV22zAEkAAAAMzFkZWM3NzQtYjg3My00NzBiLTljZTgtZjk4NThmOTE0MmE4gDM05vFDPcmfgzctcqAxjFx6vJ81))/news/article/280411/373/Digging-into-Stephon-Prathers-past >WASHINGTON (WUSA9) - He was the most wanted man in our area, accused of shooting a cop, then leading police on a 24-hour manhunt. >Now, we're learning Stephon Prather may not have even been supposed to be free in the first place. >The 29-year-old already had a theft charge behind him in June 2006 when cops say he showed up to a family member's house, pointed a gun and fired a few bullets at, of all people, his family. >Prather was charged with attempted murder, then plead to two ounts of 1st-degree assault. He was sentenced to 20 years total, 10 years of which was suspended. He was serving two 5-year sentences concurrently, and got about 3 years through that when he went into a drug treatment program. >He ended up on probation from December 2007 to December 2012. >Law enforcement expert Ed Clark is helping us connect the dots. >"If he does it with family members, this individual could more than likely do it out there, and we saw what happened with our Howard County police officer yesterday," said Clark. >In researching Prather's past, Assignment Desk Editor Bill Starks noticed our sister station WFMY in North Carolina had a story on Prather. WFMY reported that Prather was arrested in 2011 in North Carolina. Police tried to pull him over, he crashed his car, got out and ran. Later, police found him in a home, and he was charged with breaking and entering among other charges. >But, remember Prather was on probation in 2011. >Clark explains, "He's involved in the state of North Carolina and has serious felony charges for whatever reason there was a breakdown where they did not notify the Maryland Department of Parole and probation officers." >If they did, would Prather have been serving that 10 year suspended sentence? And does that mean that Prather would have been in prison on Wednesday rather than putting police in his crosshairs? Clark responds, "Had they done that in a timely manner, the state may have been able to file a violation of probation warrant and have this individual arrested and brought before the criminal justice system." >Our last stop on our quest for answers tonight took us to an Upper Marlboro home where police say Stephon Prather lived back in 2006. No one answered the door. >Officer Steven Houk is out of surgery tonight, Howard County Police say he is in serious but stable condition and doing well.
Woman fends off attackers outside of downtown workplace >CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - A 67-year-old woman was attacked outside of her workplace Wednesday morning in downtown Cincinnati. >The woman, who we'll just call Mary to protect her identity, was on her way to work in the 600 block of Vine Street when the unexpected happened. >"I turned into Ruth Lyons Alley and as I approached the side entrance someone came up in back of me and grabbed my throat," explains Mary. >One suspect reportedly acted as a lookout while the other grabbed Mary around the neck and attempted to steal her purse. >"He wants my purse. I'm not going to let him have it," said Mary."They could have wrestled it from me but it was not going to be easy." >She was knocked to the ground during the struggle but managed to keep hold of her purse. Failing at their attempt, both suspects fled southbound on foot through Ruth Lyons Alley. >"If someone takes something from me. I'm not going to make it easy for them. I think it's a matter of personal preference," explains Mary. "I don't think of myself as brave, I mean, he wrestled me to the ground. I didn't jump up right away, I was stunned, but people came to my rescue and thank you for that." >Mary escaped the ordeal without injury, but she says she will never again take for granted the security of her surroundings. >Both were described as males with hoodies over their faces. Surveillance footage shows one suspect in a black hoodie, the other in a red hoodie.
Man says he was shot by person charged with murder of Norfolk officer
>Bob Russell can't go far without thinking about being shot by Raymond Perry. >"I've always got pain," Russell said. >This evening, he's got a lot on his mind. >He got a call from his son saying the man who shot him nearly two years ago while he worked late at night at the Lukoil Mini Mart, is now charged as a cop killer. >"He was a bad character that's for sure," Russell said. "So I certainly wouldn't put it past him to kill somebody." >The two shootings were only a month apart. Russell was shot in September and Decker was killed in October. >"I guess I just felt lucky that I didn't get killed," Russell said. >He wanted to take a long walk to think it over though he's not physically able. >"Basically, half of my leg doesn't work," Russell said. >The bullet caused nerve damage in his left leg .The memories are in his mind along with the scars on his body. >A wound from the bullet will never go away. Months of rehab got him to where he's functional. >Perry came into the store on Independence Blvd., took about $40 and shot Russell. >"After he shot me, I was on the floor because my leg gave out on me instantly, and I was on the floor," Russell said. "Before he left, he says 'now I'm going to kill you.'" >But for some reason, Perry spared him. Norfolk police officer Victor Decker didn't get the same treatment.
Defense motions continue in Perry case >VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) - Defense motions continue as the capital murder case against Raymond Perry moves to trial. >In court Monday, defense attorneys requested psychological evaluations for Perry, who is accused of killing a Norfolk police officer. He is charged in the Virginia Beach shooting death of Officer Victor Decker back in 2010 and faces the death penalty. >The judge is taking that request under advisement. >Defense attorneys also asked for and were granted a request to have experts take a second look at video from a guard shack at NAS Oceana. Attorneys want to center in on the hours between 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. The guard shack is across the street from the Oceana Boulevard area where the officer was shot to death. >Also, defense attorneys want to have a jury go out to the scene of the crime during trial, which is now set for February. Another motions hearing is set for Nov. 18. >Perry is facing capital murder, robbery and other charges. A second man, Kareem Turner, is also facing charges in the case.
4 Teens Charged in Death of WWII Veteran, Hot Tamale King >'Shine' was a World War II veteran and a famous personality in the Delta region for his hot tamales. They were known as 'Maria's Famous Hot Tamales', named after his wife Mary. He was crowned king of the 2012 Delta Hot Tamale Festival. >According to Greenville police, Thornton was killed after being accosted in his own driveway on Oct. 18. He was pushed down and his wallet stolen. >He passed away from his injuries two days later at the University Of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. >Assistant police chief Andrew Kaho tells the Delta Democrat Times Terrance Morgan and Edward Johnson, both 19; and Leslie Litt and Geblonski Murray, both 18, were arrested in connection with the incident. Each of the four is charged with capital murder, robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery. >I didn't know 'Shine' Thornton, but his story was well known and documented in the Delta region. >It's a story of hard work, overcoming adversity, belief in God and finding some success in doing something you love. >A veteran who served on a minesweeper in the Pacific theater during World War II, he returned home to work for a local electric company and eventually opened a liquor store. >According to a Southern Foodways documentary, a 59-year-old Thornton was worried about making ends meet at the liquor store and was considering getting into the hot tamale business. >A serious head injury helped to finalize any plans of going from the liquor store to the kitchen. >"I got hit in the head, I had to go out of the whiskey business. It was about six months before I could do anything," Thornton said. >"Doctor Farmingham operated on my head for me and he told me, 'I'm going to have to operate on your head and I don't know whether you can come out of this alive or not'." >"But if you do come out of this alive it'll be through God's help that you live through it," Thornton continued, "But I can't guarantee you nothing. But I did, I come out of it alive and I got to where I could go back to making hot tamales." >Thornton made the hot tamales that made him a local legend for 20 years. >In 2012, he was crowned king of the inaugural Delta Hot Tamale Festival. >In 2013, Thornton was accosted and killed for his wallet, allegedly by four teens wanting the money his passion and labor had put in its folds. >The king is dead.
Boy, 16, from group home is charged in jogger's killing >A Blendon Township woman was stabbed to death while jogging in a park near her home over the weekend, and police have charged a teenager who lived in a nearby group home with the slaying. >Jane E. Juergens, 55, was found dead with multiple stab wounds on the main trail of Ridgewood Park around 7 p.m. Sunday, Blendon Township police said. She lived on Saddle Lane E., not far from the park. >Jordan T. Stewart, 16, was charged yesterday with a delinquency count of murder in Juergens' death. Stewart and Juergens did not know each other, township Police Chief John Belford said. >Stewart lived in a group home with three other boys at 5548 Copenhagen Dr., which is near the park. He was assigned to the group home, run by Consumer Support Services, by Franklin County Children Services last year. >According to a search warrant filed in Franklin County Municipal Court, Juergens' body was found by township police officers after Willy Mutai, a staff member at the group home, called police shortly after 6 p.m. Sunday, to say Stewart was acting suspiciously. >Mutai said he had taken Stewart and another resident to the park late Sunday afternoon. After a short walk, they went to the parking lot and rested in the shade, but Stewart eventually went back into the woods. Shortly after that, Mutai saw a woman get out of a car in the parking lot and go jogging into the woods. >After about 20 minutes, Mutai said, he went to find Stewart, and met him as he ran out of the woods. He said that Stewart had scratches on him and a bruise under his eye. He told Mutai that he had tripped and fallen. >Mutai told police that when the three returned to the group home, Stewart was crying. He then took a shower and changed clothes. >After talking with Mutai, police went back to the park and saw the woman's car still in the parking lot. Several officers began searching the trail and eventually followed blood to her body. >Yesterday, Juergens' friends said she was an inspiration to others and "living her dream," having just started her own business. >Neighbors on the quiet residential street near the group home said they'd had no problems with the boys there and would often see them playing basketball outside. >Stewart had been at the group home since August 2012, Franklin County Children Services spokeswoman Deborrha Armstrong said. He has been in the care of the agency off and on since 2010. >Juvenile Court records show that Stewart lived with his maternal grandmother but that she was unable to control his behavior. He was first found to be unruly by the court at age 11 in 2008. >His juvenile record includes delinquency charges of assault for striking another person at the group home over the head with a bathroom scale in July, and hitting a younger brother in the face with a broomstick at his grandmother's home in 2010. >In August 2011, he was charged with delinquency counts of criminal damaging, accused of setting fire to a trash container at a bowling alley and petty theft for stealing two air guns from a Meijer store. >A case review filed with the Juvenile Court in August 2012 said Stewart "admits to having ongoing thoughts of violence toward others." >Juergens, the mother of two adult sons, had worked for American Municipal Power for 22 years as vice president of human resources. She left this year to start her own consulting company, of which AMP was a client, said Kent Carson, spokesman for the company. >She was a member of Women on Fire, a national coaching and support organization for women. >Debbie Phillips, founder of Women on Fire, said Juergens had been one of the early members of the group. "She is just pure positive love and energy," Phillips said. >Jan Allen, who knew Juergens through that group and other executive groups, called Juergens "a happy, optimistic, friendly, bubbly people person who cared a great deal about others." >Prosecutors have filed a motion asking for the murder charge against Stewart to be transferred to adult court. A probable cause hearing has been set for next Tuesday.
>>3061577 so far i have counted like 30 white americans killed this month, and zero niggers killed by american WNs, i think they lost the race war long time ago >since 1964 when they gave rights to those apes
High Point man killed in hit-and-run, suspect charged >HIGH POINT, N.C. - Police said a High Point woman was arrested after she hit and killed a pedestrian while chasing her ex-boyfriend with her car. >Valondrea Breeden, 33, faces charges of second degree murder, felony hit and run, felony death by motor vehicle and driving while impaired. >Police said a domestic disturbance between the suspect and her ex-boyfriend early Sunday escalated to a high-speed car chase. >The suspect was chasing her ex-boyfriend and the two vehicles were headed east on Nathan Hunt Drive toward Brentwood Street, police said. >Authorities said the suspect crossed the center line and struck one of two pedestrians walking east facing oncoming traffic in the 400 block of Nathan Hunt Drive. >Police said the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. He was identified as 23-year-old Aaron Samuel Hoffman, who grew up in High Point. >Aysia Hoffman said her brother Aaron was fun-loving and hardworking and had a lot of friends. She said he was one of her best friends. >"His personality drew you in," she said. "He was funny. Everybody loved him, he always made us laugh." >Aaron Hoffman worked at Archdale Barbecue, but his sister said he was preparing for a career as a firefighter. >Aysia Hoffman said her brother was walking home from a bar with a friend during the incident around 2:30 a.m. >After being hit, she said her brother's friend ran to her house to get help and she waited by her brother's side until the ambulance arrived. >"That was awful," she said. "I held his hand and I didn`t know if he was alive or not… you never realize you`re going to have to go through that until it happens to you." >Police said the suspect was taken into custody after she fled the scene and continued to chase her ex-boyfriend. >The ex-boyfriend drove to the police department and Breeden was arrested. >Breeden is in the Guilford County Jail in High Point under a $750,000 bond.
Suspect in Dogwood Park murder captured in California >GOOSE CREEK, SC (WCSC)- A suspect wanted for the murder of a convenience store clerk whose body was found in a Goose Creek park last month has been captured in California, authorities say. >According to the Goose Creek Police Department, 24-year-old Stephon Johnson was taken into custody Wednesday morning by U.S. Marshals in Lancaster, California. >Johnson was wanted by GCPD on a murder charge for the fatal shooting of 40-year-old William Kuhn. >Incident reports state Kuhn's body was found by children near a playground at Dogwood Park on September 18. Kuhn died from a gunshot wound to the heart, according to Berkeley County Coroner Bill Salisbury. >Family members said they believed Kuhn, a convenience store clerk, was robbed before the murder. They say Kuhn had recently moved to the Lowcountry from Ohio. >Johnson is being held in Los Angeles County, pending extradition proceedings.
The Colony police release sketch of woman's alleged assailant
>THE COLONY - Melissia Conzett knew this day would come; the day the sketch of her kidnapper would be released to the public. >"I keep saying, 'I'm OK… I'm OK… I'm OK.' I'm not," she said. >The Colony woman waits tables at a friend's restaurant and cracks a smile every now and then. It's the one place where she feels somewhat safe. >"I just wish it was over. I wish it hadn't happened," Conzett said. >She said she was kidnapped in the parking lot of her apartment at the Budget Suites in The Colony last week. She said a black male asked her for a cigarette, and then pointed a gun at her and forced her into her own car. >With a gun pointed at her, Conzett said she drove for nearly 45 minutes with the kidnapper in the passenger seat. >Conzett even shared video with News 8 as she retraced her steps with investigators. In the video, she pointed to a green patch where she said she was nearly raped. Her kidnapper ran away after she told a lie and said she was pregnant. >On Tuesday The Colony Police Department released a sketch of the man Conzett described as her nightmare. >"People will be able to see what has been stuck in my head… what I see every day… every night when I close my eyes… what I see," she said. >It's a picture she's wanted out since she first filed a police report last week, and a request The Colony Police Department couldn't make until protocol was followed. >The department does not have a sketch artist on staff. It is a service that is contracted out, like so many small and medium-size police departments in Texas. >"Generally we don't do sketch artists until leads have ran dry, because we're hoping to get forensic evidence and other video evidence," explained Lt. Darren Brockway. >He said getting any video surveillance in this case was a remote possibility, and most of the evidence had likely been washed away by rain. >Brockway said the sketch of Conzett's assailant was done by an artist at the Denton County Sheriff's Department. The Colony police hasn't put out a sketch in 10 years. >Conzett and a friend are now hoping to appeal to lawmakers to ensure there is proper funding for sketch artists at all police departments, big and small. >If you have any information or recognize someone matching the description in the sketch, call The Colony police at 972-625-1887.
Recruiter accused of shooting commanding officers at National Guard Armory
>MILLINGTON, TN - (WMC-TV) - A Tennessee National Guard employee remains in custody after reportedly shooting his commanding officers at the National Guard Armory in Millington Thursday. >FBI officials searched the Cordova home of the suspected National Guard Armory shooter later in the evening. Neighbors say the home belongs to Sergeant First Class Amos Patton. >Patton served as a recruiter for the Army National Guard for 14 years. Before the shooting, Patton's bosses had come to town to talk with him about administrative policies and procedures and to relieve him from duty because of "misconduct." >According to the FBI, Patton went to his car in the midst of his meeting and retrieved government-issued gear to return it. When he came back to the meeting he had a fanny pack, which he previously did not have. >An Action News 5 reliable source says he took a semi-automatic 380 pistol out. The guardsmen shouted "gun." Our source says Patton emptied his weapon and fired seven to 10 shots at his commanding officers. The officers jumped on Patton and wrestled him while managing to keep the gun down. >The gun fired at Maj. Jeff Crawford striking him in the thigh; he has an entrance and exit wound. A bullet hit Sgt. Maj. Ricky R. McKenzie in the foot. Lt. Col Hunter was grazed by a bullet right below the knee, according to the National Guard. All victims were sent to the Regional Medical Center (The MED) to be treated for their injuries, but they have since been released. >Patton was "taken down" by a fellow guardsman after he emptied his weapon and attempted to run. >"I want to send out my sincere concern to the families of the two soldiers, guardsmen, that we had injured," said Major General Max Haston, Tennessee National Guard. "We hope that the two victims will soon be recovered and soon be back to work." >Major General Haston added that the two people who were shot were seasoned recruiters, headquartered out of Jackson, Tennessee. >According to Haston, one of the victims served in Iraq in 2005. He believes the other may have served in Afghanistan. >"I know both of the individuals who was injured, I know that the Major and I were in Iraq together in 2005," he explained. >Maj. Gen. Haston said that everyone on the scene at the time of the shooting responded according to protocol. The shooting happened at the National Guard Armory, which is the non-secured part of the base but is still on navy property. >"I'm sure there could have been more injury if they hadn't taken him in custody or gotten him restrained," said Millington police chief Stanback. >Police responded in a matter of seconds after a call was received around 12:45 p.m. >"The community here responded outstanding," he said. "It amazed me. They told me the timeliness of the response. The citizens in the community here should be very proud of that." >Despite the response, Haston admitted that it scares him to death that something like this can happen. >"It concerns me today what's happened all over the world, Washington D.C., that Washington Naval Yard, you never think something like this will happen on your watch, in good ol' Tennessee here," he said. "But it did happen." >Officials temporarily enforced a lockdown at the Millington Navy base as well as Millington Elementary and a golf course, which are both nearby the Naval Support Activity Mid-South installation. >Police say Patton did not speak and seemed to be in a daze while he was transported to the Millington jail, where he was questioned by the FBI. >Neighbors in Patton's Cordova community say they are shocked. >"He was very nice. Introduced himself. Asked if we ever needed anything. Came over. Wife the same thing," said a neighbor who did not want to be identified.
Crossing guard robbed of hearing aid, teeth: I get to blow my whistle for another day
>MEMPHIS, TN - (WMC-TV) - Her story captured the hearts of many across the Mid-South. Linda Foster is a crossing guard who lost more than money in an armed robbery. She also lost her hearing aid and her teeth. >The man police believe is responsible is finally behind bars. And Linda is not only thankful to be alive, but she is grateful for the support she received after the community heard her story. >Linda Foster is not hiding behind her stop sign anymore. >"I think I look like a different person now, I feel better I've got more confidence when I smile," she said. >Thanks to help from local businesses, Foster is sporting a new hearing aid and full set of teeth after her old ones were stolen from her during an attack at an ATM. The armed robber was on the loose until a recent break in the case. >Donell Johnson, 20, is now charged with aggravated robbery after Foster identified him in a photo lineup. >The veteran and beloved crossing guard has been through a lot lately, but things are looking up. >"And I got to ride in a police car," she said. "I know that doesn't sound like fun but it was fun." >Foster says she can sleep a little easier knowing a suspected armed robber is behind bars. >"I'm thankful I'm alive and I am… …and I get to blow my whistle for another day," said Foster. >Police were able to produce a photo lineup to present to Foster because someone did what we are always asking you to do … they called Crime Stoppers at (901) 528 CASH.
Boy, 15, will spend up to two years in juvenile facility after pleading guilty to beating man within inches of his life
>Ray Widstrand, of St Paul, Minnesota, suffered serious brain injuries in August >The 15-year-old suspect in the attack will spend 18 to 24 months in secure facility and will be under supervision until he turns 21 >As part of plea deal, the boy has agreed to testify against other suspects; if he violates agreement, he will be sent to prison for more than 8 years >Widstrand was kicked, stomped on, stripped and robbed as he walked past a large group of youths involved in a street fight >Despite the unprovoked pummeling, he said he wished the teens the best >He is recovering well and hopes to leave rehab in December
>>3061655 >Despite the unprovoked pummeling, he said he wished the teens the best <liberal guy gets beaten into a coma by economically disenfranchised youths and wakes up playing the role of their wistful well-wisher
Erry time. Those pictures of his dented skull can only hint at how terrifying being set upon by a mob of teenaged youths must be with only your college diploma to protect you.
Authorities ID suspects in officer's death >EUPORA, Miss. -The Mississippi Highway Patrol said a second man has died of injuries suffered in a crash in which a Europa police officer was killed while trying to stop a car allegedly involved in a failed bank robbery. >Highway Patrol spokesman Warren Strain said in a news release that 33-year-old Frank Levon Maye of Orlando, Fla., died Friday in a Tupelo hospital. >Officer Keith Crenshaw was placing spike strips along U.S. Highway 82 in front of the suspects' car when he was struck and killed Wednesday. >Strain said the man who died at the scene of the crash has been identified as 22-year-old Nathaniel Robinson of Orlando, Fla. >A third man, 26-year-old Brandon Johnson, also of Orlando, is being held on armed robbery charges in the Grenada County Jail.
Execution date set for Michael Lee Wilson, who beat a Tulsa convenience store manager to death >OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - An Oklahoma appeals court has set a January execution date for a man convicted in the 1995 beating death of a Tulsa convenience store manager. >The Court of Criminal Appeals on Friday scheduled a Jan. 9 execution for Michael Lee Wilson. Wilson was one of four men found guilty in the Feb. 26, 1995, beating death of 30-year-old Richard Yost. >Yost was found bound and beaten on the floor of the convenience store's cooler. Authorities say he was struck dozens of times with a baseball bat. >Attorney General Scott Pruitt requested the execution date be set after Wilson's appeals were all exhausted. >Two co-defendants have already been executed for the crime. The fourth, Richard Harjo, was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Alleged killer tells girlfriend he robbed, shot woman over drugs, court records say >Fearing a plot against him, a drug dealer fatally shot a 28-year-old woman last month to rob her first, court records say. >Police today charged Kahmir "Skeem" DeLapara, 20, of the 300 block of Palmer Street in Easton, in the Sept. 22 homicide of Amanda Stratford, whose body was found in a pickup truck on South Peach Street in Easton. >Hoping to find evidence in the fatal shooting, police raided DeLapara's Palmer Street home this morning on a narcotics warrant, police said. DeLapara and his girlfriend, Kelly Craven, were arrested on drug charges. >Craven told a judge she was confused over her arrest and that she'd been helping police. Her story was backed up by a criminal complaint against DeLapara that was released this afternoon. She'd contacted police a few days after the killing. >"I'm not understanding why I'm sitting here right now," the mother of two told a judge after her arrest this morning. Craven said she tried to do something to help out people and now she is a "horrible person." >DeLapara and Stratford met up the afternoon of Sept. 22 to borrow Joseph Knox's pickup truck, which he lent in exchange for drugs, court records say. Knox told police it was the first time Stratford had used his dark green Dodge. >Stratford drove to a Newark White Castle to purchase six bricks of heroin from a dealer, a man by the street name of Durrell "Slugger" Carter told Easton police. >Stratford twice visited a trailer home on Freemansburg Avenue in Bethlehem Township, Pa., that day, records say; once to deliver several small bags of heroin and again about 8 p.m., with a man - later identified as DeLapara - to collect money, records say. The two people who lived there and previously bought from Stratford, whom they knew as "Money," records say. >South Peach Street neighbors previously reported hearing gun shots or fireworks that night. >Police were called before midnight and found Stratford, fatally shot, in the truck.
Suspect Arrested In Bus Stop Rape Involving Mom, Child >COLUMBUS, Ohio - Police said they have arrested a man who allegedly raped a woman while she was holding her child early Monday. >According to Columbus police, 34-year-old Ronald Eugene Ayers, is charged with one count of rape and two counts of kidnapping. >Police said Ayers is accused of raping a 27-year-old woman who was waiting for a COTA bus at Long Street and Ohio Avenue with her 18-month-old child. >"It was a little after 7 a.m. Monday morning when this woman was waiting with her child at the bus stop. The man approached her, put something in her back, which he implied to be a weapon, and ordered her to the rear of the building, which at that time, he proceeded to rape her as she was holding her child," said Columbus police Sgt. Rich Weiner. >The woman told police that after he raped her, he walked her to the bus stop and waited with her until the bus arrived. She boarded the bus, and he fled, according to the woman. >A Columbus SWAT team arrested Ayers at a home on Weyant Avenue on the city's east side Wednesday afternoon.
Teen sentenced for brutal attack of 2 women in St. Louis County >(KMOV) - A St. Louis County teenager has been sentenced for attacking two women. >Authorities charged Dannell Wise, Jr., 18, with several crimes including one count of forcible rape, two counts of kidnapping and one count of first-degree sexual misconduct. He pleaded blind to the charges in court in June. >Investigators were contacted by two women who said they were attacked outside the Sunswept Apartments. >The first victim says that she was in her car, waiting for her friend in the parking lot. As her friend approached, Wise and another man approached the victim's car, displayed a handgun and robbed the woman and her friend. >The victims say Wise and the other man forced their way into the vehicle and told the woman to drive to another location. That's when the men allegedly raped one of the women and sexually assaulted the other. >On Wednesday, October 23, 2013, Wise was sentenced to ten years concurrent on each count with of armed criminal action, kidnapping, and first-degree robbery. He was sentenced to twenty years consecutive on one count of forcible rape with a dangerous weapon and four years concurrent on all counts of sexual misconduct. >Police have not been able to identify the second suspect.
Metro East man accused of sexually assaulting step-children >(KMOV) - Police in the Metro East issued a dozen charges for an East St. Louis man for the alleged abuse of four children between the ages of 11 and 14. >East St. Louis Police Chief Michael Floore said he's glad Marlon Coleman, 38, is off the streets now. Coleman was charged with sexually assaulting his step-children at a residence on the 1800 block of Wilford. >Coleman was charged with nine counts of predatory criminal sex assault, aggravated sex abuse and solicitation of a child. He turned himself in to authorities on October 22. >The abuse took place over a number of months and the kids, Chief Floore said, were too afraid of Coleman to come forward. >"You are a father and they believe in you and trust in you and you're supposed to protect them and yet you are the perpetrator, that's terrible," said Floore. >Coleman is now being held on a $2 million bond. >"We are glad the state's attorney charged him so that these babies can get some rest and be safe," Floore said. >The State's Attorney's Children Justice Unit and East St. Louis Police worked together on this case.
UPDATE: Police release photo of suspect charged with second-degree rape in W-S library
>New Smyrna man who dropped cellphone during rape convicted >WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Police have released the photo of a 51-year-old man who was charged with second-degree rape in connection with the alleged sexual assault of a woman at a library in Winston-Salem. >Police said the incident happened around 7:30 p.m. Oct. 14, when the victim and her mother visited the Forsyth County Library at 660 W. Fifth Street. >Police confirmed that Edward Boone Davis, 51, of 930 N. Patterson Ave., has been arrested and charged with second-degree rape. >Davis was placed in jail under a $750,000 bond and scheduled for a Nov. 7 court appearance. >The victim's mother told police she was looking at books in one section of the library while her daughter was browsing in another section. The mother said when she returned to her daughter, she saw a man sexually assaulting her in one of the book aisles. >The investigation is ongoing.
New Smyrna man who dropped cellphone during rape convicted
>A New Smyrna Beach man was convicted Thursday of sexual battery using force and burglary with assault or battery for beating and raping a woman who had hired him to mow her lawn, according to reports and the State Attorney's Office. Willie James Henderson, 50, faces up to life in prison when he is sentenced by Circuit Judge Leah Case on Dec. 5. >Assistant State Attorney Michael Willard said the jury deliberated for about four hours before finding Henderson guilty, according to a press release. Willard along with Emmanuela Charles prosecuted Henderson. >The 42-year-old woman hired Henderson in April 2012, paying him $20 to mow her lawn. Several days later on April 27, 2012, the woman opened her door slightly after hearing a knock. Henderson pushed it open and punched her in the face. He sexually assaulted her after dragging her into the bedroom. Henderson beat and strangled the woman as she faded in and out of consciousness. >The woman got Henderson to leave by convincing him she would not call police. >Henderson dropped his cellphone in the house during the attack and police found blood on Henderson's shirt when they arrested him.
Man receives life sentence for home-invasion rape of UGA grad in west Athens >A 20-year-old man on Friday was sentenced to life plus 70 years in prison for a home-invasion rape last year at a Westside Athens apartment complex. >Allen Hendric Robinson was sentenced soon after a Clarke County jury returned guilty verdicts on charges of rape, burglary, false imprisonment, armed robbery, aggravated assault and sexual battery. >Jurors began deliberating Thursday afternoon after sitting through three days of testimony. >Among those who testified were the victim, who at the time of the July 2012 assault had recently graduated from the University of Georgia and was preparing to move back to her home town when Robinson attacked her at the Abbey West community off Epps Bridge Parkway. >"She did an exceptional job," the prosecutor, Western Judicial Circuit Assistant District Attorney Rebecca Fogal, said of the victim's testimony. "It was an incredible and gut-wrenching thing for her to do." >Fogal said the sentence handed down by Superior Court Judge H. Patrick Haggard was appropriate. >"Obviously this case was horrendous because it involved a high level of violence that included a home invasion, a rape, the use of a firearm, and (Robinson) said some very horrific things" during the assault, Fogal said. "On top of that, there was a very disturbing level of planning." >During the trial, another woman testified that Robinson had approached her at Abbey West one week prior to the rape and asked if he could use her cellphone because his was dead, than asked to use an outlet in her apartment to recharge his phone. >He locked the door behind him and turned up the volume of a television set before the woman was possibly saved from an assault when her roommate returned home. >Prior to that incident and before the rape, Robinson had been lurking in an apartment building's stairwell. >That woman reported her encounter with Robinson to police after he saw his photograph in the Athens Banner-Herald for the home-invasion rape. >On the afternoon of July 23, 2012, Robinson talked his way into the rape victim's home by first asking to use her cellphone because his was not working, then requested a glass of water. Authorities said Robinson approached the victim while she loaded belongings into her car for the move back home. As the victim was returning with a glass of water, Robinson was standing outside her doorway, authorities said. He then put a pellet gun resembling an actual firearm to the victim's head, forced her back inside, locked the door and raped her. >"The parallels between the two incidents were just incredibly disturbing," Fogal said. "During sentencing, I said I just found it very chilling." >The victim's roommate was home during the assault, and called police to report a burglary in progress because she heard noises. While locked in her room and on the phone with a 911 dispatcher, she heard her roommate begging Robinson not to hurt her. >When officers arrived, they saw Robinson jump from the second-floor apartment and run into some woods, but they gave chase and arrested him inside a home at a nearby subdivision. >He ran into the house through an unlocked door and struggled with an officer who pepper sprayed Robinson on a back patio. >When searching Robinson, officers found a cellphone and cash that he'd stolen from the victim. >"What he did to (the victim) was simply heinous," Fogal said. "She was trying to help a stranger, going out of her way to give him a glass of water on a hot day, and look what happened to her in exchange."
Eighth Man Charged In Sexual Assault Of Three Girls >CHICAGO (STMW) - An eighth man has been charged with allegedly taking part in the sexual assaults of two teen sisters and another 16-year-old in a moving van on the West Side. >Ramel Stevens, 20, was ordered held in lieu of $500,000 bail Saturday for his alleged role in the Oct. 19 attack. >On Friday, bond was set at $500,000 for 17-year-old Maurice Johnson, of the 800 block of Massasoit, and Vanburen Robinson, 18, of Maywood, after the three victims identified the two as attackers, authorities said. >Stevens was also identified in a photo array by the victims. >Also charged in the incident are Fitzpatrick Durham, 18; Kelvin Pryor, 17; Sadarius Price, 17; Joshua Grayer, 18, and Denzel Clay, 19. >The rapes were videotaped on a cell phone camera, authorities said. >On the night of the sexual assaults, the victims had been walking in the 700 block of North Parkside when they were approached by two young men who had been driving around with others in the van, Cook County prosecutors said. >The girls agreed to get in the van and soon the two of the girls, both 16, drank the alcohol and smoked the marijuana they were offered by the seven to eight males inside the vehicle, prosecutors said. >The younger girl, 15, did not drink or take the drugs. >Soon, all three girls who had been sitting on the laps of the men were assaulted, and one of the two sisters ended up being raped by Johnson, prosecutors said. >That girl, who was extremely intoxicated and couldn't hold her head up, was crying and had tears streaming down her face during the attacks, prosecutors said. >When the 15-year-old started to scream, yell and pound on the walls of the van, Robinson allegedly held down while another punched her. >Robinson continued to hold her down while his pal raped her, prosecutors said. >The attackers eventually threw the 15-year-old out of the van because she was making too much noise, and as she was being dragged out, she grabbed one of the other victims with her, prosecutors said. >The other girl remained inside the van, and the young men ended up driving her to Durham's home where she was raped again, prosecutors said. >Witnesses who saw the screaming 15-year-old eventually led police to Durham's home where they found the last victim in the basement half naked and vomiting, prosecutors said. >Her blood alcohol level was .237, according to prosecutors. >Prosecutors believe one other suspect is at large.
>DAYTON - Police have caught two men accused of raping a woman. >Gary Elliot and Roland Reeder, Jr. are both in jail facing felonious assault, kidnapping, rape and robbery charges. >Police say the two men grabbed a 49-year-old woman while she was walking home on Fairview Avenue early Wednesday morning. >Detectives say the men raped the woman in the back yard of a vacant property. >During the attack, the men got spooked by nearby police cruisers and took off. The woman and other witnesses described the suspects, who were then tracked down and arrested.
Convicted rapist arrested, charged in sexual assault again >HOUSTON - A man previously convicted of rape was arrested Monday and charged with felony sexual assault. >Christopher Roquemore is accused of sexually assaulting a woman on Nov. 1, 2012. He is being held with no bond. >Court documents show Roquemore has a criminal history that includes indecent exposure and a rape conviction in 2011 and 1989. He was sentenced to three years in prison for the 2011 rape conviction. >He was sentenced to 15 years in prison for the sexual assault in 1989.
Irondequoit man convicted of raping five women >An Irondequoit man accused of preying on women online and raping them was convicted Wednesday. >Michael Chess, who is also known as the "Backpage Rapist" was found guilty of five counts of first-degree rape Wednesday afternoon. Police say Chess raped at five women during a one-year period from September 2011 to September 2012. >Investigators say he met all of them on a website called "Backpage", which has also been connected with prostitution. Officers say he raped the women before robbing them. >Chess faces up to 50 years in prison. Chess will be sentenced on November 27.
Bridgeport Man Arrested for Westport Sexual Assault >A Bridgeport man turned himself into Westport Police after a yearlong investigation into a Thanksgiving day sexual assault. >Joseph Carey, 23, turned himself in on an outstanding warrant issued by the Westport Police Detective Bureau Youth Division. >According to police, Carey choked and sexually assaulted a juvenile female that was visiting her family for Thanksgiving last November. >Carey is charged with Sexual Assault 1st and Risk of Injury to a Minor. >He was released after posting $100,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in Norwalk Superior Court on Nov. 1.
Lauderdale Lakes man arrested in sexual assault of two girls >A 40-year-old man is accused of raping a teenage girl in the presence of a younger girl, who he also sexually abused, according to a Broward sheriff's report. >Joel Theodore, of Lauderdale Lakes, was charged Tuesday with three counts of sexual battery on a child. He is being held without bond in Broward County jail. >According to the report, the older girl told investigators that Theodore had raped her twice against her will. During one of those instances, on Sunday, her rape happened in the presence of the younger girl, the report said. >During the investigation, the younger girl told detectives that she, too, had been raped by Theodore as recently as Friday, the report said. >The younger girl said that Theodore had sexually battered her since she was 8 years old, BSO said. >The child told investigators that Theodore had once held a knife to her throat and threatened to kill her if she ever told anyone about the alleged sex battery.
Police Arrest Man Accused Of Sending Sexual Messages To Ninth Grader >Lexington police arrested a Louisville man accused of sending sexual messages to a girl he thought was in ninth grade. >Police say Houston Young, 32, sent Facebook messages to a 14-year-old girl, not realizing she was grounded and her mom was the person responding. Court documents describe graphic sexual conversations. Police say Young admitted to investigators that he sent the messages and that he thought the girl was 14. >Police arrested Young Tuesday and charged him with using electronic means to induce a minor to engage in sexual or other prohibited activities.
Singer Chris Brown charged with felony assault after altercation in DC >Singer Chris Brown has been arrested after getting into an early-morning altercation outside a Washington, D.C. hotel, police have confirmed to Fox News. >The altercation happened at 4:30 a.m. local time outside the W Hotel on 15th street near the White House, D.C. Police Director of Communications Gwendelyn Crump said. >Brown, 24, and 35-year-old Chris Hollosy were charged with felony assault. They remain in custody while an investigation is ongoing. >Law enforcement sources told TMZ that Brown allegedly punched a man in the face. The sources said a woman approached Brown to take a picture with him, but then two other men stopped by to get into the photo. >"I'm not into this gay s**t, I'm into boxing," Brown said before swinging at one of the men, the sources alleged. >Police told the Associated Press that one adult male victim - who was not identified - was injured and was reportedly taken to a hospital. He had been released from the hospital as of early Sunday afternoon, D.C. police spokesman Paul Metcalf said. >Brown's publicists and attorney, Mark Geragos, did not immediately respond to messages left early Sunday. >Brown remains on probation for the 2009 beating of his on-again, off-again girlfriend Rihanna just before the Grammy Awards. The photos of Rihanna's bruised face caused outrage among many fans. Brown pleaded guilty to one count of felony assault as part of a plea deal. >His probation was revoked briefly earlier this year after a hit-and-run incident, and he was given 1,000 more hours of community service to perform. There were allegations that he may have skated on some or all of the 1,400 hours he was first assigned >Brown, who lives in Los Angeles and is originally from Virginia, has been involved in a number of incidents since the 2009 arrest. He was initially sued for a nightclub brawl that allegedly erupted between his entourage and that of musician Drake, at the time believed to be a paramour of Rihanna. >Brown also tussled with singer Frank Ocean and others after Ocean parked in Brown's space at a recording studio in Los Angeles. Ocean said he suffered an injured finger, but no charges were filed. A second man, Sha'keir Duarte, sued Brown, claiming a concussion. >Brown's arrest could prompt Los Angeles prosecutors to seek a revocation of Brown's probation for the Rihanna beating and ask a judge to impose additional penalties on the singer, including time in jail or prison. >Brown is due back in court Nov. 20 in Los Angeles to update a judge on his probation.
Chris Brown repeatedly beat, bit Rihanna, report says >March 5, 2009 >Singer Chris Brown is expected in court today as new details emerge about allegations that he assaulted his girlfriend, pop star Rihanna. >Fox 11 News obtained a search warrant in which an LAPD officer alleged that Brown repeatedly beat and bit Rihanna during a fight the night before last month's Grammy Awards. >At some point, Rihanna called an assistant and told her to call police. But Brown allegedly continued to attack, biting her ear and fingers. At one point, according to the document, Brown threatened to kill Rihanna.
Seattle University student attacked, threatened with sexual assault
>SEATTLE - Seattle police are investigating after a man attacked a female student at Seattle University and threatened to sexually assault her. >"She was just screaming and screaming," freshman Greg Osberg said. >He heard the screams outside his window around 3:45 a.m. Saturday. >"It sounded like she was in trouble-like she was screaming and then it sounded like there was running a little bit," he said. >He immediately called the campus' Department of Public Safety. >He didn't know what happened until the university sent out an email a few hours later saying a female student was attacked. >"Definitely as an 18-year-old female, it's really scary," Shannon Sullivan-Moore said. "I don't know many females who don't keep pepper spray on their keychain." >According to police the victim told them a man started following her at Broadway and Pine Street. >She said he tried to talk to her but she told him to leave her alone. >She crossed Broadway to the east side of the street and continued toward campus. >As she reached campus, she cut through the wooded area just north of the Campion residence hall near James Street. >Police said the suspect grabbed her from behind, threw her to the ground and told her to give him her phone or he would sexually assault her. >She managed to break free, run away and call police. >Students said the surrounding area can be dangerous. >"I would never go out at that time by myself in this area," Seth Walker said. >"They warn us about the area we're in," Sullivan-Moore said. "We know it's not necessarily the safest area." >Police described the attacker as having dark skin, 25 to 35 years old, clean cut (no facial hair), about5 feet 9 inches to 5 feet 11 inches tall, wearing a red rain jacket with gray stripes down the sleeves and blue jeans. >Authorities searched the area for the attacker but could not find him.
Randolph man gets life in prison for 2nd child rape conviction
>BOSTON (AP) - A Randolph man convicted of child rape for the second time has been sentenced to life in prison. >William "Frank" Andrade was convicted Wednesday by a Suffolk Superior Court jury of three counts of rape of a child and five counts of indecent assault and battery on a child. >At a second set of proceedings Thursday, Judge Elizabeth Fahey found that he was the same person convicted of rape of a child in 1992, a crime for which he was sentenced to seven to 10 years in prison. >At the request of prosecutors, Fahey sentenced Andrade to life in prison with a concurrent 20- to 25-year prison term, followed by lifetime probation if he's paroled. >Authorities say the 57-year-old Andrade assaulted a friend's daughter when she was between 11 and 13.
UK:'Miracle babies' preacher Gilbert Deya charged with sex offences
>A pastor who claimed to be able to give infertile couples "miracle babies" has been accused of a string of sexual assaults. >Gilbert Deya, 61, was charged with three counts of rape and one count of attempted rape against a woman. >He was further charged with one count of sexual assault-by-touching against a 14-year old girl, the Metropolitan police confirmed. >He appeared in custody at Camberwell magistrates court on Friday and has been remanded in custody to appear at inner London crown court for a preliminary hearing on 8 November. >Deya, from south-east London and originally from Kenya, has run the registered charity Gilbert Deya Ministries, which claims a UK membership of 36,000.
UK: Nigerian nightclub bouncer who TWICE dodged deportation is jailed for raping woman in her own home
>Idreez Popoola, 34, should have been deported in 2006 after visa expired >In 2011 he was arrested but told he could stay in UK due to wife and child >Then last year he brutally attacked and raped a woman in her own home >He was jailed for seven years by judge at Northampton Crown Court >He will be automatically deported back to Nigeria upon release from prison >Campaigners and politicians say case shows need for immigration reform
Man accused in rape try at Grossmonth College pleads not guilty
>EL CAJON, Calif. - A man accused of forcing an 18-year-old female student into her car at knifepoint in a Grossmont College parking garage pleaded not guilty Thursday to assault with intent to commit rape. >Anthony Jerome Washington Jr., 26, was ordered held on $205,000 bail. He faces 16 years in prison if convicted. >Deputy District Attorney Nicole Roth said the victim was leaning into her car at the western El Cajon campus shortly before 11:30 a.m. Tuesday when Washington forced her into the vehicle. >Roth said Washington had gone to the college with the specific purpose of "taking sex." >As the woman struggled to free herself, a passerby saw what was happening and honked his car horn until the assailant ran off, according to sheriff's Sgt. Vic Perry. >Deputies assigned to patrol the college then searched the campus, found a man matching the description of the attacker nearby and took Washington into custody. >After being arrested, Washington allegedly confessed that he had planned to rape the student "and do whatever he had to in order to get his way," the sergeant said. >Judge Charles Ervin set a readiness conference for Nov. 1 and a preliminary hearing for Nov. 6.
>NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR - Law enforcement officers are searching for a man they say tried to rape a woman after meeting her and her friend at a bar. >The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office (PCSO) says an arrest warrant was issued Wednesday for 23-year-old Colin Breshawn Toatley, who is wanted for rape and terroristic threatening. >According to a PCSO report, a deputy responded to the call around 6:30 last Thursday morning, where she found a woman standing in the doorway crying, with dried blood on her legs, arms and hands. The woman told the deputy she had just been sexually assaulted by a man she met at Mid-Town Billiards while out celebrating her friend's birthday. >The woman said she met Toatley that night at the bar, and he bought her and her friend several drinks, then offered to follow them home to make sure they made it safely, which she refused. Toatley then told her it would be no problem because it wasn't far away from his exit, so she agreed, according to the report. >As they arrived, the victim's friend got sick, and she helped her into the home when she saw Toatley pull up behind her in a white Chevrolet Camaro, then follow her into the residence, the report states. >The victim asked Toatley to leave, which he said was no problem, but he needed to use the restroom first. >According to the report, Toatley called the victim into the bathroom, closed the door and grabbed her by the throat, telling her not to scream. He then put his hand over her mouth and began fondling her, the report states. As she fought with the suspect, he told her he would kill her if she wasn't quiet. >The victim told deputies Toatley then became tired and was bleeding profusely after she hit him with a toothpaste dispenser, and while he was ordering her to clean it up, she ran to her neighbor screaming for help, causing the suspect to get in his car and flee the scene, according to the PCSO report. >PCSO says Colin Breshawn Toatley stands 5 feet 9 inches tall, weighs approximately 170 pounds, and has a current Little Rock address, but is also known to frequent the Pine Bluff and Malvern areas. >Anyone with information on his whereabouts is urged to contact the PCSO Investigations Division at 501-340-6940. The 24 hour Communications number for PCSO is 501-340-6963. Information can also be left on the Central Arkansas CRIMESTOPPERS tip line at 501-340-8477(TIPS).
>LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - A 19-year-old Lawrenceville man faces a number of charges related to a recent kidnapping and rape. >Emmanuel Brandon Dupree was arrested early Monday after police tracked down a car stolen during the crime. >Dupree is accused of a kidnapping, rape and car theft that occurred Oct. 20. Police said the victim was attacked at knifepoint in the parking lot of the Walmart on Lawrenceville Highway. The suspect also stole her credit cards, which he used at a nearby Kroger, and her white 2008 Kia Optima. >The stolen car was discovered at around 1:30 a.m. Monday at a Days Inn on West Pike Street, according to Lawrenceville Police Capt. Greg Vaughn. >Police found and arrested Dupree while interviewing guests at the Days Inn. He has been charged with rape, kidnapping, armed robbery, aggravated assault, aggravated sodomy and possession of a knife during the commission of a felony. >Dupree is being held without bond in the Gwinnett County Detention Center.
Man Sought in Attempted Abduction of Bucks County Girl >"FALLS TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) - Police in Falls Township (Bucks County) have a released a sketch of a man they're looking for in connection with the attempted abduction of a teenage girl last week near a mobile home park. >Falls Township police lieutenant Hank Ward says incident occurred as the 13-year-old girl was walking alone near the Pennwood Crossing Mobile Home Park on Bristol Pike about 4:30pm last Wednesday afternoon. >"He approached her in a full-size, tan pickup truck with four doors with an open bed in the back, and asked her if she was okay. She stated yes, she continued to walk. He stopped the truck and began to follow her on foot," according to Lt. Ward. >But that's when a good Samaritan who apparently saw what was happening intervened and pulled his car in between the girl and the man, allowing her to run away. >The suspect is described as biracial, with a light complexion, between 40 and 50 years old, about six feet tall, with a "large" build, short hair (mostly white with some black), and "light, scruffy" facial hair (white). >Police believe this was an isolated incident and not related to alleged abduction attempts of children in nearby Morrisville, Pa. over the summer.
Police: Riot Breaks Out At Highland Park Haunted House >Austin police arrested at least four people at a haunted house near Highland Mall this weekend. >Officers responded to reports of a large crowd of people fighting at the House of Torment at 5901 Airport Blvd. late Saturday night. >When they arrived, police say they saw a crowd of more than 200 gathers, some were fighting. >The crowd grew more unruly and threw rocks at the officers when they tried to intervene, according to police. >Officers arrested three juveniles and one adult. >Tyrie Laron Ockleberry, 17, Ahmad Raushaud Valdez-Carter, 17, Winzell William Washington, 17, and Charles Robertson-Davis, 22, face several charges including aggravated assault, disorderly conduct, and inciting a riot. >The House of Torment has posted a statement on its website that seeks to deflect safety concerns. >"We just wanted to let everyone know the incident in the Highland Mall parking lot last night did not involve House of Torment patrons," it reads. "We have a large and skilled security team who ensure the safety of all our guests. We hope to see you out real soon."
Retired Philly Cop Charged With Gunpoint Confrontation in Upper Darby
>UPPER DARBY, Pa. (CBS) - A retired Philadelphia police officer is behind bars in Delaware County, facing a number of charges for apparently trying to take the law into his own hands. >Upper Darby police say Roscoe Campbell pulled a gun on a motorist in the parking lot of a Wawa on State Road early Saturday morning. >Police say the 79-year-old man flashed a badge and demanded a $300 "fine" from the driver who was illegally parked in a handicapped spot, threatening to have the car towed. >The victim said he didn't have the money so, according to investigators, Campbell took the man's driver's license and a credit card. >Police say when the man fled, the victim got a license plate number. >Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood says the vehicle was tracked to a Philadelphia address where Campbell lives. >"There was a brief struggle, Campbell is taken out. On the seat next to him is a loaded .32-calibre revolver and a police ID and badge," he tells KYW Newsradio. >Chitwood says Campbell has been retired for almost thirty years. The charges include robbery, assault, carrying a loaded weapon, and impersonating a police officer. >Chitwood believes there may be "some type of mental health issue we're dealing with here."
>10/28 UPDATE: Three people from Newport News have been charged with Swilling's murder: 29-year-old Jonas Lawrence Rodgers; 28-year-old Tansy Shavone Sulton and 30-year-old Carlos Emanuel Manson, Jr. Each is charged with murder, burglary, conspiracy to commit robbery, and three counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony. >NEWPORT NEWS- A man was found dead after a shooting around 3:30 Sunday morning. >According to a press release, police responded to the 1100 block of 31st Street in regards to a report of gunshots heard in the area. >When officers arrived a woman flagged them down and advised of a home where a shooting took place. >A man was discovered lying on the floor near the front door of the home. He was pronounced dead at the scene. >The victim has identified as 23-year-old Terry E. Swilling of Newport News. >Details regarding a potential motive or suspects have not been released. >Police are requesting that anyone with information should call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.
Raleigh police charge man with human trafficking involving 17-year-old
>RALEIGH - Police arrested a man early Monday on a human trafficking charge, saying he kept a minor in sexual servitude for a week earlier this month, and with using a handgun to rob a woman of an iPad and a cell phone two weeks ago. >Kewon Tremayne Perry, 20, was arrested at his home at 604 Rawls Dr. in Raleigh. >An arrest warrant alleging the human trafficking felony said it happened between Oct. 1 and 7. >Police spokesman Jim Sughrue said the case involved prostitution of a 17-year-old female victim. >State law says that someone is guilty of human trafficking if he or she "knowingly recruits, entices, harbors, transports, provides, or obtains by any means another person with the intent that the other person be held in involuntary servitude or sexual servitude." >The law also says that for this crime, any victim under 18 is considered a minor. >The warrant charging robbery with a dangerous weapon said the theft of an iPad and a cell phone happened on Oct. 14. >Perry was being held in lieu of $450,000 bail for a court appearance Monday afternoon.
>BOSTON -A 30-year-old Boston man has been sentenced to life in prison without parole in the 2011 fatal stabbing of a mental health counselor at the Revere group home where he lived. >A jury convicted Deshawn James Chappell of first-degree murder on Monday in the slaying of 25-year-old Stephanie Moulton of Peabody. A judge then gave him the mandatory sentence. >Prosecutors said Chappell stabbed Moulton in the throat, stole her car and dumped her body at a church parking lot in Lynn. >His defense attorney said Chappell has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and had episodes of major mental illness. >The Boston Globe reports court records showed his family told the group home they were concerned he wasn't taking his medications. >Witnesses testified Moulton and Chappell were alone at the group home when she was killed.
JPSO releases photos of Harvey bank robbery suspects
>Detectives with the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office are asking for the public's help to identify the pair of men who held up a Chase bank branch in Harvey Monday morning. The robbers dressed as construction workers and drove to the bank in a stolen car, said Glen T. Boyd, spokesman for the department. >The robbery occurred at the branch located at 2340 Manhattan Blvd., Harvey. The suspects entered just after the bank opened for business at 9 a.m. >One of the men approached a bank teller, pulled out a pistol and demanded cash, Boyd said. The second suspect stayed in the lobby area to act as a lookout. >The two left in a black Mazda 6 that was later found abandoned in Gretna, Boyd said. Detectives determined the vehicle had been stolen from New Orleans. >The suspect who approached the teller is described as being about 5 feet 10 inches to 6 feet 1 inch tall. He weighs about 170 to 180 pounds. The second suspect who acted as a lookout is about 5 feet 8 inches to 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs about 160 to 170 pounds. >Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call the Sheriff's Office Robbery Division at 504 364-5376. The public can also call Crimestoppers at 504.822.1111 or toll-free at 877.903.7867. Tips can be texted to C-R-I-M-E-S (274637); text TELLCS then the crime information. Callers or texters do not have to give their names or testify and can earn a $2,500 reward for information that leads to an indictment.
Man Accused of Raping Woman, Barricading Himself Inside Home >A man was arrested after police say he raped a woman, threatened her with a knife and then barricaded himself inside his home. >A 25-year-old woman told police she was walking on the 5800 block of Cedar Avenue early Saturday morning. As she was walking, the woman says she noticed a man, identified by police as 30-year-old David Brewington Jr., standing outside his home. >The woman says her phone was not working so she stopped and asked Brewington if she could use his. As she reached for his phone, Brewington allegedly grabbed her and pulled her into his home. The woman says he then took her upstairs to a bedroom on the second floor and raped her. Police say Brewington then went into her pocketbook and stole $160. >The woman says she then told Brewington she was going to call police. Investigators say Brewington then went downstairs. As she left the home, the woman says Brewington emerged from the kitchen with a knife in his hand. >The woman ran outside the house and flagged down a passing motorist, according to investigators. As the motorist helped her, police say Brewington exited his house still armed with the knife and screamed, "I'll kill you!" Police say he then returned to his home and shut the door. >Police were notified and responded to Brewington's home shortly after 6 a.m. When they tried to speak with him, police say Brewington ran upstairs and refused to respond. Officials then declared a barricade situation and a SWAT team was notified. The officers then managed to apprehend Brewington without incident. >Brewington was arrested and charged with rape, aggravated assault, terroristic threats and other related offenses.
Cell phone stops bullet aimed at Florida gas station clerk
>(CNN) - A gas station clerk's smartphone may have saved his life Monday by blocking a bullet fired at his chest in an attempted armed robbery. >The shooting happened after a man entered the store at the Hess gas station in Winter Garden, Florida, early Friday and asked a clerk to help him find a particular beverage. >The man then pulled out a revolver and demanded that the clerk open the safe, CNN affiliate WESH reported, but the clerk was unable to get the safe door open. >Another clerk then entered the store and was also ordered to open the safe. >After both the store workers' efforts to open it failed, the man fired a single gunshot as he left the store, WESH reported, citing police. >Emergency services workers were called to the store, and as they were interviewing one of the clerks, he complained of chest pains. >"So they started looking at the clerk. That's when they realized that the guy had actually shot at him, hit him, struck his cell phone, and the cell phone had stopped his bullet," Winter Garden Police Lt. Scott Allen said. >The chest pains were caused by the impact of the bullet on the cell phone, which was in the clerk's chest pocket, according to WESH. >He didn't suffer any other injuries and was quickly released after being checked at a hospital, the TV station said. >His HTC smartphone came off worse. A photo showed its screen shattered around a hole where the bullet had lodged. >"I've seen individuals get shot with low-caliber handguns and I've seen it be life ending. So, for this gentleman to be as lucky as he is, it's a good day for us," Allen said. >The other clerk was reported to be unharmed. >Police described the suspect in the attack as a black man about 6 feet tall wearing a dark-colored hooded sweatshirt, pants, sunglasses, a bright yellow traffic vest and white gloves, according to WESH. He remained on the loose Monday evening, it reported. >Authorities aren't disclosing the name of the clerk who was shot, the TV station reported.
Temple University Professor Assaulted And Robbed On Campus
>PHILADELPHIA (CBS)-Temple University students are on edge after learning a professor was assaulted in Anderson Hall on Tuesday around noon. >Kathleen Goodman, a student, says, "It's a little scary that an actual professor got attacked not just a student or someone walking around." >The victim was in a shared office on the second floor when the suspect came from behind and attacked. >A struggled ensued before the suspect fled with personal items. >The professor suffered injuries to the mouth. >Frank Leib, whose office is along the hallway says, "There were blood splatterings along the hallway." >Leib arrived a few minutes after the attack. >He says the victim is a part time professor of Intellectual Heritage and is elderly. >"He did not look physically strong and probably from a certain point of view, he would be an easy mark." >Anderson Hall is an academic building that has one entrance where you just show you student ID to enter but there are several exits with surveillance cameras. >Ray Betzner, a University spokesman says,"We've beefed up security in and around the buildings in this area." >School officials sent out an alert about 30 minutes after the attack. >Police are now relying on surveillance cameras to identify the suspect. >The suspect is described as an African American male about 6′ tall, early to mid 20′s, wearing a tan shirt and a tan pair of slacks.
Toms River man questioned on library loitering charged in June sex assault of teen >TOMS RIVER - A man spotted loitering near the county library branch was arrested after police connected him to the sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl in June in Manchester, authorities said. >Eugene Robinson, a 25-year-old from Toms River, was arrested around 11:55 p.m. on Saturday after a police officer identified him as the suspect sought on warrants for the assault issued just two weeks earlier, said Joseph Coronato, the Ocean County Prosecutor. >The teenager reported the incident immediately to the Manchester Police Department, and underwent a sexual assault examination, authorities said. >The results from the New Jersey State Police laboratory came back on Oct. 4 - and the DNA matched Richardson, authorities added. >The arrest warrants for sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child were issued on Oct. 16. >When Toms River Police Officer Michael Cassaday ran Richardson's name through computer records, the arrest warrant came up, and the officer placed him under arrest. >A county judge set Richardson's bail at $150,000 with no 10-percent cash option. Nicole's Law was also implemented, prohibiting Richardson from contacting the victim, authorities added.
Fayetteville man faces murder charge in toddler's death >Fayetteville police arrested a man Monday on a charge of first-degree murder in connection with the death last week of a 23-month-old toddler. >Jabrenne-Keirre Kayshon Carter, 20, of the 5800 block of Aftonshire Drive, was also charged with felony child abuse in the death of Tylee Fields. >The child was taken to a local hospital on Oct. 7 and died of his injuries two days later. >Police said that a medical examiner's report found that the injuries occurred while in Carter's care. >Carter lived with the child's mother, police said, but he is not related to the child.
5 NEWS UPDATE: Man Arrested In Taylor Co. Baby's Death
>Police in Taylor County have arrested a Marion County man they think had something to do with the death of a child. >Marcus Curtis Lewis has been arrested. Sheriff's deputies out of Taylor County said the 2-month-old child was transported from a home in Boothsville to United Hospital Center last Sunday, and passed away. >In the criminal complaint released Monday investigators say Lewis was putting together a baby bed while watching the infant and a 3-year-old little girl when he claims the 3-year-old jumped on the baby. However an autopsy revealed the infant died from hematoma's on the brain which investigators believe is a result of being shaken.
Police: Gun that killed Fayetteville toddler was illegally owned >Fayetteville, N.C. - Police said Monday that the Fayetteville man charged in the accidental shooting death of his daughter over the weekend should never have had a gun in the house because he's a convicted felon. >Melvin Andre Clark Jr., 19, was charged with involuntary manslaughter and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He was in the Cumberland County jail Monday under a $50,000 bond.
Police: Milledgeville Infant Dead 8-12 Hours Before Authorities Arrived >MILLEDGEVILLE - police said they believe the case in which a two-month-old child was killed could have been domestic violence that "went wrong." >The child, Makenzie Hartry, died on Sept. 6 in a Lincoln Street apartment. >She was found in a crib in a back room with trauma to the right frontal lobe, police said. >Investigators believe she was dead for about 8 to 12 hours before authorities arrived. >The baby's parents, Tamarus Hartry and Jessica Driskell, were arrested Friday and charged with felony murder and first-degree child cruelty. >13WMAZ's Judy Le will have more on this story at Eyewitness News at 5 and 6.
Hearing reset for woman charged in son's death >JACKSON, Miss. -A hearing is delayed again for a woman accused in the death of her 1-year-old son. >Tiffany Manifield is charged with capital murder in connection with the July death of Tyree McDonald. Police said they were called to a house on Hair Street, where they found the boy unresponsive. He later died at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. >An autopsy revealed that McDonald died from massive head injuries and skull fractures, authorities said. >A judge rescheduled Monday's hearing because a witness for the prosecution failed to show up. The hearing had been rescheduled from last week so Manifield could hire a new attorney.
Mom, boyfriend charged in death of infant make court appearance >CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - The mother and boyfriend charged in the murder of a toddler appeared in a Mecklenburg County courtroom Tuesday. >22-year-old Jade Sheree Butler and 21-year-old Antonio Fernelle Cathey did not say anything to the judge and barely looked at their families who came to show their support. >Butler's daughter was found unresponsive Friday. Detectives and the Medical Examiner's Office say 17-month-old Kyiemani Brewer was physically assaulted. >Butler's father told the judge they would hire an attorney to represent her. Cathey's mom cried throughout the hearing, as family members tried to comfort her. >Garmarie Bennett, Cathey's mother, told WBTV Butler and her son are innocent. She said Kyiemani had a muscle and bone disorder which led to bruising and had been hospitalized in the past few months. >"I think she died from that illness," said Bennett. "My son just did the best for her…like that was his own blood daughter," she said. >WBTV asked DSS about a possible prior investigation, which Bennett said cleared the couple of abuse allegations. A representative from DSS would not confirm or deny that an investigation ever existed. >The Violent Criminal Apprehension Team located and arrested the couple on Saturday, authorities say. >The two are in custody at the Mecklenburg County Jail.
Rogers Park man charged with infant son's 2012 murder >A North Side man has been charged with the 2012 death of his 4-month-old son. >Rahsaan Condiff, 25, was arrested Monday and charged with murder, according to police News Affairs. >Four-month-old Clayton Condiff was found unresponsive by his parents at his home in the 7500 block of North Seeley on the afternoon of Sept. 2, 2012, authorities said. >The infant was taken to St. Francis Hospital in Evanston, where he died about an hour later, authorities said. >Autopsy results were still inconclusive as of Thursday, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner's office. >Condiff, of the 1500 block of West Pratt, is expected to appear in bond court Thursday.
South Side Man Pleads Guilty To Murdering 1-Year-Old >CHICAGO (STMW) - A South Side man was sentenced to 20 years in prison Monday for abusing his then girlfriend's baby son in 2009, abuse that led to the child's death. >Tyrone Wilson pleaded guilty to murder on Monday and Judge Lawrence Flood sentenced him to 20 years in prison, Cook County State's Attorney's office spokesman Stephen Campbell said. >Wilson, of the 200 block of East 72nd Street, was was charged with the July 31, 2009, death of 1-year-old Nashawn Lewis. >The boy's mother, Nashella Johnson, pleaded guilty to child endangerment in February 2010 in exchange for three years in prison, according to the state's attorney's office. >Johnson, the baby's biological mother, took her son for a walk in his stroller in the 1600 block of West 79th Street and realized he was unresponsive, police said. >She took the boy to a nearby clinic, where employees called 911, police said. Paramedics took the boy to a hospital, where he was declared dead. >Prosecutors said Nashawn had third-degree burns, and scars on his buttocks and scalp. Wilson, Johnson's boyfriend but not the boy's father, told police he pulled Nashawn's arm, causing him to fall and hit his head on a railing, according to court records. >Wilson also admitted pushing the boy, causing him to fall into a wall, according to prosecutors.
Father arrested, charged in death of 13-month-old baby >CONROE, Texas - A father was arrested on charges of injury to a child after his 13-month-old died from injuries sustained while in his custody, according to police. >Conroe Police officers were dispatched to the home of Willie Jackson, 22, in reference to a child not breathing. >Upon arrival, officers found relatives performing CPR on the child per 911 operator instructions. EMS arrived on scene and transported the child to Conroe Regional Medical Center. The child was then flown by Life Flight to Texas Children's Hospital. >The child succumbed to internal injuries and died Wednesday morning. >Investigators determined that the child had been home alone with the father until the father contacted relatives, due to the child not breathing. Jackson was arrested with a $200,000 bond. Further charges are pending the completion of the investigation.
York man charged in death of toddler >YORK, Pa. (WHTM) - Police have arrested a York man on charges stemming from the death of a toddler last year. >Aric Woodard, 39, was charged Monday with criminal homicide in the Nov. 7 death of two-year-old Jacques Twinn. >City police said Twinn died at York Hospital about a half-hour after they were called to a home in the 100 block of Maple Street for a child in cardiac arrest. Responding officers found the child unresponsive. >A pathologist who performed an autopsy on the boy presented findings to detectives earlier this month that listed the cause of the child's death as multiple blunt force trauma and the manner of death as a homicide. >Authorities said Woodard was a family acquaintance who was babysitting Twinn when the toddler suffered the trauma. >"It was just a sad situation for everybody all around," neighbor Antoinette Dickson said.
Jackson authorities add murder charge in child's death >SYLVA - Jackson County authorities added a first-degree murder charge for a man accused of being responsible for the death of his 4-year-old daughter. >Eric Lorenzo Davis, 23, already was in jail on a charge of felony child abuse inflicting serious bodily injury after his daughter, Erika, was found with severe injuries at Qualla Motel in Whittier on Oct. 11. She died from her injuries Oct. 12. >A Jackson County grand jury indicted Davis on the murder charge Monday, Jackson County Sheriff's Office Maj. Shannon Queen said in a news release. >Davis is being held without bond at the Jackson County Detention Center.
Belt Beating: Prison for man who used extreme punishment on child >CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - A Cleveland man sentenced to prison in a horrific case of child abuse. >Tuesday morning, Joe McCurdy III learned his punishment for using inappropriate punishment on a child - a year in prison. >This, after McCurdy walked in on a violent situation at his girlfriend's house and made it worse. >On April 22, Domonique Jones, McCurdy's girlfriend, allegedly tied her 9-year old daughter to a chair using belts. Jones then began whipping the victim with a belt. Jones then called the father of her children to come over and help discipline the child. >The father showed up at the same time McCurdy. When the father saw what was happening, he immediately called police. >According to police, Jones continued whipping her daughter, and McCurdy used his belt to beat the girl's seven-year-old brother, who was trying to protect her. >Judge Pamela Barker reviewed pictures of the bruises and cuts the two children suffered. Even more graphic was the chair, which prosecutors brought to court. Belts were fashioned on the legs to hold the girl down. There was physical abuse, but the kids father says emotional as well. >"This situation right here, my kids is always talking about it," said father Jermaind Mittner. "All they do is just the same situation that's goin on right here, that's all they do to each other every day." >Domonique Jones has pleaded not guilty and faces trial.
Coroner: 2-year-old died from blunt force trauma that caused stomach to explode >GRAND RAPIDS, MI - A coroner's report says that the blunt force trauma that killed 2-year-old Zaeyana Driggs-Threats was so significant, it caused the toddler's stomach to explode. >And that blunt force came at the hands of her father, 22-year-old Deshawn Threats, according to Assistant Kent County Prosecutor Helen Brinkman. >Threats was in Grand Rapids District Court Thursday, Oct. 24, for the short conclusion to a probable cause hearing that started last month. >Threats' case was bound over to felony court, where he faces life in prison if convicted on a charge of felony murder for the death of the girl which occurred sometime before the morning of Aug. 4. >Medical Examiner Stephen Cohle was in court to testify, but Threats' attorney Thomas Parker agreed to accept the coroner's findings, leaving it up to Brinkman to summarize the report. >Cohle determined the child died as a result of blunt force to the abdomen. >"The child was hit so hard, the stomach exploded," Brinkman said. She said the report indicated that the child lived for a short period of time following the injuries. >Brinkman said the report also showed the child had an old fracture to a rib, bruises and gastrointestinal injuries. >During the first part of the hearing on Sept. 26, the child's mother, Darci Driggs, testified she had gone to work leaving the girl and two siblings in the care of Threats. >The next morning, Driggs said, Threats laid the lifeless child on the bathroom floor of their West Side home and claimed he found the girl under the Dora the Explorer toddler bed that she shared with her half-sister. >In Thursday's hearing, Judge David Buter determined there was enough evidence to send the case on to Kent County Circuit Court for trial. >Outside the courtroom after the hearing, relatives and friends got into loud verbal confrontations that twice had to be broken up by law enforcement personnel. >Threats remains in the Kent County Jail without bond.
Two Teen Gang Members Arrested in "Craigslist Murder" of SoCal Father >Investigators believe one suspect used the same ad to bait other robbery victims >A Craigslist ad linked to several armed robberies lured a Southern California father and his son to a deadly encounter with two teenage gang members in South Los Angeles, LAPD investigators said Monday. >Ryan Roth, 17, and Markell Thomas, 18, were arrested late last week in connection with the fatal shooting of Rene Balbuena in the 9200 block of Gramercy Place near 92nd Street in South LA. >The 41-year-old father of two was in the area Oct. 19 responding to an ad for a $300 Samsung Galaxy that his son found on Craigslist. >Investigators said Balbuena (pictured below) texted the suspects - who are believed to have posted the ad - to let them know he was there and ready for the transaction, LAPD Detective Chris Barling said in a news conference Monday afternoon. >That's when Thomas allegedly jumped in the backseat of Balbuena's car and pointed a gun at the victim's 15-year-old son, demanding property. >Balbuena stepped out the car and was shot multiple times in the torso, allegedly by Roth, who was waiting outside the car, Barling said. Balbuena's son suffered a non-life threatening graze wound. >The pair ran and the murder weapon is still outstanding, Barling said. >Thomas was arrested Oct. 24; Roth was arrested the next day. They are both believed to be part of the same Inglewood Bloods gang. >"No one else is going to get hurt," Sandra Balbuena, the victim's 19-year-old daughter, said of her reaction to the arrests. >Tearfully, Sandra Balbuena expressed gratitude for the detectives who tracked down her father's alleged killers. >Investigators said the arrests came after they linked the slaying and attempted robbery (the suspects did not get any money from the Balbuenas) to at least seven stick-ups in the Baldwin Hills area. Those heists all involved the same Craigslist ad for a Samsung Galaxy smartphone and happened between Aug. 2 and Oct. 7, Barling said. >Thomas is believed to have been involved in all seven of those robberies, Barling said. >Both suspects were charged by the LA County District Attorney's office Monday with one count each of murder, attempted murder, robbery with special circumstances and gang allegations. The 17-year-old was charged as an adult, Barling said. >Additional charges may be filed against Thomas, pending further investigation into other alleged Craigslist crimes, he said.
Woman found dead hours after allegedly assisting in home invasion >A woman who police say played a role in an aggravated robbery and home invasion early Tuesday was found dead of apparent gunshot and stab wounds hours later. >Waco Police found the body of Tarrie Lynn Byrom, 28, in front of a home on the 2000 block of North Fifth Street around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday. >Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton said residents heard gunshots around 1:30 a.m. in the area, but did not call police until discovering Byrom's body. Byrom did not live in the area, he said. >Swanton said Byrom was identified as one of the four attackers in a home invasion and aggravated robbery on the 2700 block of Madison Drive around 12:15 a.m. Tuesday. The 19-year-old victim told police that as he was returning to his apartment and closing the door, Byrom forced her way in with three black males, Swanton said. >Byrom and the victim knew each other and she had visited the apartment before, but their relationship was unclear, the spokesman said. >The men hit the victim in the head and body with their fists and a handgun, then bound him with tape before continuing the assault. The victim told police that Byrom and the men went through the apartment and took various items. >Byrom and one of the men fled the scene in the victim's 2007 Ford pickup, Swanton said. That truck was later recovered in front of the home where Byrom's body was discovered. >Byrom was pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of the Peace Pete Peterson. Her body has been sent to the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Science in Dallas for an autopsy. >Swanton said police do not believe the victim in the aggravated robbery had a part in Byrom's death. That victim was taken by ambulance to Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center to be treated for his injuries and has been released. >Byrom in December was charged with four counts of burglary of a motor vehicle and one count of arson for a string of car break-ins in the Valley Mills Drive area, including one that was set on fire. >She was also charged with October 2012 with bigamy by Woodway police who were investigating her second husband, Jack McCarter IV, for a string of burglaries in the Woodway area. McCarter was also charged in the December vehicle break-ins.
Five dead after Texas man goes on killing spree in rural Terrell community: police >Five people are dead after police say a Texas man went on a gruesome killing spree through a rural community east of Dallas Monday night. >Charles Everett Brownlow Jr., 36, was arrested by police in Terrell early Tuesday morning, ending a terrifying eight-hour manhunt that sent police going door-to-door searching for a killer. >"We're all in a state of shock," Terrell Police Chief Jody Lay told CBS DFW while describing his city as a tight-knit country community. "This is going to have a big impact on us." >As of Tuesday morning police have released no known motive for the deaths or relation between the victims who have yet to be publicly identified.
SEE IT: Texas jury watches shocking video of robber setting clerk on fire, killing her >A Texas jury watched chilling surveillance footage on Monday that showed the moment a man robbed a convenience store clerk and set her ablaze before calmly ambling away. >Matthew Johnson, 36 - the accused bandit caught on the security camera - was charged with killing the clerk, 76-year-old Nancy Harris, who died after she was torched during the holdup in May 2012. >He faces the death penalty if he's convicted.
Aikens sentenced to three consecutive life terms in triple homicide
>GONZALES - A tearful Laureida Dooley told Michael Aikens - the man who helped beat and slash the throats of her husband and in-laws nearly two years ago in a rural corner of Ascension Parish - that she prays daily not to hate Aikens and wish he would "go straight to hell." >Dooley delivered one of the more emotionally raw and powerful victim-impact statements Tuesday at Aikens' sentencing hearing. >State District Judge Alvin Turner Jr. gave Aikens three consecutive life terms without probation, parole or suspension of sentence. He was convicted in the 2012 murders of Robert Irwin Marchand, 74; his wife, Shirley Marchand, 72; and his stepson, Douglas Dooley, 50, of Cross Plains, Tenn., who was Laureida's husband. >The Marchands and Dooley were found with their throats slashed and signs of having been beaten. Robert Marchand and Dooley were dead. Shirley Marchand died March 2, 2012. >The murders shocked the community. Robert Marchand was a lifelong resident of Gonzales, the owner of a then-defunct house-moving business and a regional figure in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Louisiana. >Shirley Marchand had worked in an area funeral home. >Aikens, 37, had worked for Robert Marchand for more than a decade in his house-moving business, investigators have said. >Aikens pleaded guilty to participating in the murders that arose from a home-invasion robbery about 10:20 p.m. Feb. 17, 2012. >He and three others stole gold and other valuable coins worth thousands of dollars from a safe in Robert Marchand's house, investigators have said. >A fifth man later helped open the safe at another location. >Aikens, 16460 La. 930, Prairieville, pleaded guilty on Oct. 1 to three counts of first-degree murder in their slayings in exchange for three automatic life sentences without benefit of probation, parole or suspension of sentence. >Assistant District Attorney Robin O'Bannon said prosecutors have made no deals for testimony from Aikens in the four other pending cases. >On Tuesday, sheriff's deputies maintained an armed presence during the sentencing hearing at the Ascension Parish Courthouse Annex in Gonzales with as many as nine deputies in the courtroom at one point. >Emotions ran high during testimony and from the audience, particularly when Aikens' grandmother and later his mother had to be escorted out by family briefly to regain composure. >The mother, Leola Aikens, broke down while she and family waited for Turner's sentence during a recess following the impact statements. >Leola Aikens could be heard making high-pitched sounds of grief and shouting "That's my baby" in the courtroom and later as she was being led out and even later saying, "Oh, God, God, God." >The grief was equally shared as Laureida Dooley and three relatives of the Marchands shared their pain. >Dooley recounted the depression and the days in bed she has suffered since her husband, whom she reconnected with in her mid-40s and married late in life, was murdered. >"I cannot tell you that I honestly can forgive you, and I cannot tell you that I don't honestly hate you," Dooley said before Turner handed down the sentence. >"I can tell you that I wake up every day and I pray about it. I have to search my God to help me have strength to not hate you and to not wish that you would die and just go straight to hell." >Two of Robert Marchand's long-estranged seven natural children told of his good works later in life to help the needy after bad choices earlier in life and how his death took away any chance of their reconnecting with an older, wiser father that they were proud to learn about in death. >Lorna Marchand Weber, 56, of Houston, recalled how Marchand's bishop told her during the funeral that Marchand was being counseled to reconnect with his children and was hopeful he had been close to doing that. >"The greatest personal impact to me is that by murdering Irwin, Shirley and Doug, you have permanently removed the opportunity for reconciliation and a renewed relationship between Irwin and me, as well as with all of his children," said Weber, Robert Marchand's oldest child. >Aikens would have faced the death penalty if found guilty at trial and if he could not convince the court to rule on his claim he is mentally retarded and not eligible for the death penalty. >Turner had the option Tuesday to decide whether to order the mandatory life sentences to run concurrently or consecutively under the plea deal. >In a motion filed Monday, Aikens' attorneys argued their client's three life sentences should be concurrent because the murders arose out of the same plan. >Turner did not buy the argument. >"Three lives were taken as result of Mr. Aikens action, and the court cannot ignore that fact. To run these sentences concurrent would be an insult for taking the lives of these individuals," Turner said. >After the hearing, District Attorney Ricky Babin said he was pleased with the ruling. >"You can't serve but one, but it's a huge victory as far as the judge recognized that fact that three people lost their lives, and not one, so it was sentenced accordingly," Babin said. >During the hearing, Aikens, wearing an orange prison jumpsuit and bound with shackles on his hand and legs, read a brief statement. >"I am truly sorry for what everyone is going through in this courtroom. Everyone has taken a loss, the Marchands, the Dooleys and also my family," Aikens said, appearing to choke up. >Aikens' attorneys declined to comment Tuesday after the hearing but told Turner they were planning an appeal. >As for the remaining four defendants, O'Bannon, the assistant district attorney, said prosecutors plan to bring Bernard James, 26, 36344 Lorena Drive, Prairieville, to trial on April 22 on three counts of first-degree murder. >Trial dates have not yet been set for Travis Moore, 21, 4950 Wilot St., Baton Rouge; Devon James, 25, 40140 S. Autumnwood, Prairieville, and Rolando Durrell Stewart, 23, 15379 Roy Rogers Road, Prairieville, all charged on three counts of first-degree murder.
Police: Man in clown makeup dangled child from railroad overpass
>A woman called police after she saw a man in clown makeup dragging screaming children into the woods east of the 4800 block of 13th Court about 2 a.m. Sunday. >Police found three people behind a section of tall bushes. Antonio J. Brown, 33, of Kenosha, wearing the clown makeup, was one of them. With him were two children, age 13 and 8. The children were holding each other and crying uncontrollably, according to court records. >Police believed Brown to be highly intoxicated. >The children said Brown, their mother's boyfriend, had come back from a Halloween party in Racine about 1 a.m. and invited them to go for a walk on the train tracks. They had done that a few weeks before and thought it was fun. >But this time, the 13-year-old child told police, Brown was drunk and was making the two children drink, too. The older child said he was forced to drink so much that he threw up. >They climbed onto the train tracks from a hill on the northwest side of the 50th Street viaduct, according to the criminal complaint, and that when the younger child got scared and wanted to go home, Brown got mad. >The children tried to run away, but Brown caught up with thim. The older child said Brown hung him upside down from the 50th Street overpass saying, "If you try that again, I'm going to drop you." >They kept going, the child told police, and Brown climbed on top of trains parked on the tracks and was hopping back and forth from one to the other. When the younger child refused to climb up, the complaint states, Brown grabbed him by the hair and tried to pull him up the train ladder. >Brown later dangled the younger child from the train, holding his neck and ankle, and threatened to kill him, the complaint states. >They started to walk home after they heard a female voice ask if they were OK, and the children said Brown forced them to say they were OK. >Brown is charged with two counts of physical abuse of a child and two counts of second-degree recklessly endangering safety. He faces up to 16 years in prison if convicted. Brown is being held in the Kenosha County Jail on a $10,000 cash bond.
No bond for Terrell rampage suspect charged in store clerk's death
>TERRELL - A judge ordered no bond for the suspect charged in the death of a Terrell store clerk, who was one among five found killed Monday night in Terrell. >Charles Brownlow Jr. was arraigned by Judge Mike Smith just before 9 a.m. Wednesday. The 36-year-old suspect was charged with evading arrest and capital murder in the death of 22-year-old Luis Leal. Terrell police Chief Jody Lay said more charges are pending. >Leal was the last of five victims found by police during a deadly night in Terrell that began with the discovery of a body later determined to be Brownlow's 55-year-old aunt, Belinda Walker. >Police were called to the home where Walker's body was found after shots were heard in the area at about 5 p.m. About 30 minutes later and a few blocks away, a local firefighter spotted a fire at a home where the body of Brownlow's mother, 63-year-old Mary Brownlow, was discovered. >About five hours later, two more bodies were discovered at a nearby home where police also found a 3-year-old child uninjured in bed. Authorities identified the victims as 33-year-old Jason Wooden and 30-year-old Kelley Pratt, both acquaintances of Brownlow. >It wasn't long after the discovery of Wooden and Pratt that an officer spotted the suspect's vehicle at a local convenience store, where Leal was found fatally shot. >Brownlow evaded police in car and on foot before he was found hiding in heavy brush early Tuesday morning, police said. >After his arraignment Wednesday morning, Brownlow was transported to the Kaufman County Law Enforcement Center.
Surveillance Video Released Of Suspect In Assault, Robbery Of Temple University Professor
>PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Eyewitness News has now learned the name of a Temple University professor who was assaulted and robbed on campus Tuesday. >On Tuesday, Philadelphia Police released surveillance video of a suspect wanted in connection with the assault and robbery, which apparently happened around noon Tuesday in Anderson Hall. >The 81-year-old victim, who sources say is part-time Professor Gopal Veeraswamy, was in a shared office on the second floor when police say the suspect came from behind and attacked. >According to police, the suspect entered his office and punched the professor in his face, demanding his wallet while he placed a knife to his throat. Police say after taking the professor's wallet, the suspect then punched him in his face again, causing lacerations to his face and head, as well as swelling and bleeding to the professor's brain. >The professor was taken to Temple University Hospital, where he was reportedly in good condition as of Wednesday morning. >Still, Kathleen Goodman, a student, says, "It's a little scary that an actual professor got attacked, not just a student or someone walking around." >Frank Leib, whose office is along the hallway says, "There were blood stains along the hallway." >Leib arrived a few minutes after the attack. >He says the victim is a part time professor of Intellectual Heritage. >"He did not look physically strong and probably from a certain point of view, he would be an easy mark. He's very likable, friendly sweet kind of guy." >Anderson Hall is an academic building that has one entrance where you just show you student ID to enter, but there are several exits with surveillance cameras. >Ray Betzner, a University spokesman says, "We've beefed up security in and around the buildings in this area." >School officials sent out an alert about 30 minutes after the attack. >Josh Good, a student, was in the building when officials sent out the email alert. >He says despite the incident, he feels safe on campus. >"Still I'm not terribly afraid or anything," Good said, >Police are now relying on surveillance cameras to identify the suspect. >The suspect is described as an African American male, 35-to-40-years-old, with a mustache and close cropped beard. He was last seen wearing a dark colored jacket, blue jeans and a lanyard around his neck.
>INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A woman was shot on the city's north side Tuesday morning during a residential robbery, police dispatchers said. >Officers were called to the 800 block of East 79th Street shortly before 7:30 a.m. The area is just east of North College Avenue. >Police say a family of three were inside of the home when suspects broke in. >The residence was ransacked and police say the mother was shot in the leg and foot. She was later taken to St. Vincent Hospital with non life-threatening injuries. >According to a police report, a woman inside the home was also sexually assaulted. IMPD would not confirm the sexual assault, officers would only say a woman in the home had been assaulted. >The suspects were accused of taking the wife and daughter to a Regions Bank branch at 93rd and Meridian streets to get cash out of an ATM. >Police say the shooting took place back at the home. >According to officers, four or five black male suspects, one who was wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt, were involved. >"It's scary what can happen in your own neighborhood," said Paul Forbes, neighbor of the victims. >A 2000 Infinity I30 sedan, a 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder and a 2002 tan or white van were taken during the robbery, but later located. Those vehicles are being processed to hopefully assist in the investigation. >Police say at this point, no weapons have been found. >24-Hour News 8 found several security measures less than $30 at a North Meridian Hardware. Inside the store were locks, door jams and door stops. >IMPD asks residents to call police anytime they see suspicious or criminal behavior. No matter how minor the behavior may seem, call the police; it could help prevent or solve a crime.
Widow of paramedic killed in Oakland speaks, teen on trial for murder >OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) - Liz Boyer is holding out hope that her late husband's dream of a better Oakland will be the ultimate result after his murder. >She was in court today when a judge ruled a 16 year-old boy will stand trial for killing her husband, off-duty paramedic Quinn Boyer. Boyer was shot to death in Oakland last April. >A police sergeant testified Christian Burton confessed to firing the shot that killed Boyer. Burton's attorney says his client's confession was coerced. >Boyer's widow said this is a case where everybody loses. >"It's just, it's travesty all around. There's no, I don't see where it's going to have a happy ending," she said. >Liz Boyer said she didn't come to court to seek retribution, but rather answers as to why her 34 year-old husband became a random victim on an Oakland Hills street. >"I'm more concerned with how it came to pass in the first place, as opposed to really pinning or focusing on a punitive solution, because for us there's no satisfaction. We don't get Quinn back," said Boyer. >Boyer and a large group of family, friends and her late husband's fellow paramedics appeared for a preliminary hearing for Burton. >Burton is accused of firing a single shot that hit Boyer in the head. Burton's family and his attorney claim the boy is innocent. >"There's an independent witness who basically told police that the shooter had a white baseball cap and the witness does not describe my client as the shooter who had a jean jacket on," said Burton's attorney Ernie Castillo. >But prosecutors argue Burton was one of six young teens on a crime spree that began with a carjacking at a High Street market, a crime partially caught on video surveillance. >Later, prosecutors say the same group, in the stolen car approached Boyer as he sat on the side of Keller Avenue and that the teens intended to steal his car and iPhone. >"The best possible thing that could come from this whole situation would be for people to remember Quinn. The things that he believed in, one of which was he loved this city and he wanted to see it reach its potential," said Liz Boyer. >A judge ordered Burton held for trial as an adult. If convicted, he could face the death penalty.
Suspect indicted with Nat'l Guard Armory shooting >MEMPHIS, TN - (WMC-TV) - A federal grand jury indicted a guardsman on nine counts related to a shooting at the Army National Guard Recruiting Center in Millington last week, which left multiple people injured. >Amos Patton, 42, is charged with four counts of unlawfully attempting to kill Major William J. Crawford, Sergeant Major Ricky McKenzie, Lieutenant Colonel Hunter Belcher, and Sergeant Major CTC while they were in performance of their official duties. >He is also charged with four counts of assault with a deadly weapon, and one count of using and carrying a firearm during, and in relation to, a crime of violence. >One of the three national guardsmen who was shot last week showed up in court to testify in the case against Sgt. First Class Amos Patton. >The testimony was never given, as both matters scheduled to be heard Wednesday were canceled. A grand jury returned a nine-count indictment against Patton, accusing him of trying to kill not three, but four of his coworkers. >He was also expected to argue to be granted bond. >Instead, his public defender waived that hearing while his family tries to finish up arrangements to hire a private attorney, Michael Stingle. >In the meantime, Patton agreed to stay locked up in jail without bond. The judge said Patton may still request bond later if he wishes. >If convicted, Patton could receive up to 20 years in prison for each charge of unlawfully attempting to kill and up to 20 years for each assault charge. >The case is due back in court Wednesday, November 13 at 10 a.m.
Police Arrest Man They Say Is Pink Pistol Rapist/Robber
>TULSA, Oklahoma - Detectives Tuesday evening arrested 18-year-old Aundra Walker in connection with a woman's abduction on Monday morning and another woman's abduction and sexual assault over the weekend. >Monday morning, police say a robber armed with a 9mm handgun with a pink marking on it forced a woman to drive to her home so he could steal from her. When a neighbor tried to intervene, the man robbed him, too, and then took off with the woman again, eventually bailing out of the car and running away. >She was not hurt, but police say another woman on Saturday night was targeted by a man who fit a similar description and M.O. >Investigators say the woman was leaving a convenience store on North MLK Blvd., when she was held at gunpoint by a man with a handgun with a pink slide, and forced to drive to an abandoned house on North Garrison. There, police say the woman was sexually assaulted. She was then forced to drive to North Boulder Avenue, where the man got out and ran away. >Tulsa Police say the arrest was the result of good detective work. >"When you start kidnapping people, there's no good outcome from that. These people are fortunate to be alive first and foremost, but this is the scariest crime you can imagine," said Sgt. Brandon Watkins. >Walker was booked into jail on one complaint of first degree rape, one complaint of forcible sodomy, two counts of kidnapping, three counts of robbery with a firearm, and one count of possession of stolen property. He is being held without bond.
"Peeping Tom" Suspect May Be Linked to Hundreds of Cases, Police Say >A Woodbridge man is suspected of spying on hundreds of women over the last two years, according to police. >Fuel truck driver Michael C. McCarter, 40, was arrested Friday after a citizen tipped off police. >McCarter is accused of peeping on women in Fairfax County. Police say he could be connected to more than 200 cases in Franconia and about 50 each in the West Springfield and Sully districts dating back to 2011. >Authorities say that McCarter would inappropriately touch himself while watching women through their ground-level windows. Police say he targeted random women between their 20s and 50s. >Surveillance pictures show McCarter outside one of his victim's windows. Police say he was familiar with the neighborhoods he had frequented to spy on women. >Fairfax County Police say McCarter's victims ranged in age. So far, he has only been charged in three cases but police expect more charges once more victims come forward as the investigation continues. >Police recommend always fully shutting your shades and keeping outside lights on during the night.
Accused kidnapper linked to church burglary; kidnapping victims speak
>BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - Williamsburg County investigators say a man accused of kidnapping a mother and daughter has been charged for a church burglary. >Officials with the Williamsburg County Sheriff's Office say 36-year-old Telly McClam has been charged with second-degree burglary in addition to charges related to the kidnapping of a woman and her daughter on Monday in Berkeley County. >Sheriff Michael Johnson said the burglary charges stem from an incident at a church in Salters about two weeks ago. In that incident, someone broke into the Union Baptist Church and stole televisions. Johnson said McClam pawned two of the three TV sets in a Moncks Corner pawn shop. >Investigators say the vehicle McClam was driving on Monday in the kidnapping incident, fit the description of the vehicle involved in the burglary. >One of the victims in Monday's alleged kidnapping, a 17-year-old girl, said she was raped by McClam, a registered sex offender who authorities say kidnapped the teen and her mother from Berkeley County. >The rape victim says she was sexually assaulted after she told the suspect she would not have sex with him. >"He said then this is where you're gonna die at, and he had the gun cocked in hand and everything, " Leandre Jenkins recalled. >McClam was her mother's ex-boyfriend. McClam is sitting in the Berkeley County Jail on Tuesday following a manhunt on Monday in Williamsburg County that ended in Lane, SC near railroad tracks. >The teenager and her mother, Deandrene McHoney, said they survived by cooperating with the suspect and doing a lot of praying. Leandre says her mom's ex-boyfriend kidnapped her at gunpoint from her grandmother's house, and then went to get her mom. >McHoney said she got in the car because she didn't want her daughter harmed. >"I didn't know where his mind was at," McHoney said."If he went as far as breaking into my mom's house to kidnap my child, who knows what he would have done?" >The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office said they recovered the gun believed to be used by McClam during the kidnapping. >McClam was charged back in April with kidnapping and trying to kill McHoney, but she dropped the charges. According to the Williamsburg County Sheriff's Office, McClam gout out of jail 11 months ago after serving 15 years for a previous sexual assault.
>OCALA, Fla. -A 46-year-old woman is charged with sexual battery after deputies said she forced a boy into a gas station bathroom an raped him. >Authorities said the victim told them he was forced into the bathroom by Michelle Lucus. >During an interview with detectives, Lucus told them she did go into the gas station restroom with the victim, but doesn't remember what happened beyond that. >Lucus is charged with sexual battery with a victim being younger than 12 years old and false imprisonment of a child younger than 13 years old. She was taken to the Marion County Jail. >Officials are asking the public about any contact Lucus has had with children. Anyone with information is asked to call 352-368-3544.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - Police on Wednesday were searching two suspects in connection with the sexual assault a 16-year-old girl in East Flatbush, Brooklyn late last week.
The girl was waiting for the B12 bus near East New York Avenue and East 95th Street around 8 p.m. this past Friday, when a dark blue vehicle - possible a livery cab - pulled up alongside her, police said.
Thief uses pepper spray on Party City employee >NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Police are trying to identify the woman who allegedly shoplifted merchandise from Party City and then squirted pepper spray in the face of an assistant store manager as she fled. >The theft happened Sunday afternoon at Party City on Gallatin Pike in Madison. >According to store employees, two women and a man, all in their 20's, were spotted hiding items they picked up in the shop. >"When they walked past me I really saw they were concealing merchandise in their clothes," the assistant manager told Nashville's News 2. >She asked one of the women to hand over the goods. Instead, the woman pepper sprayed her and then fled the scene. >Employees said the store was full of customers when the incident occurred. Several of them, including some young children, were outside when the assistant manager was viciously attacked. >"There were little kids choking. One other male intervened when the pepper spray hit my employee and maybe his girlfriend or wife. He tried to help pull them away," said the store's owner >The entire incident was caught on store surveillance video. >The suspects fled and sped off it their car. >A witness wrote down the temporary tag number on the suspect's car but it was bogus and could not be tracked. >It is not known how much stolen merchandise they got away with.
Amended charges for man accused of hitting and dragging Army recruiters with SUV >ST. PAUL, Minn. - Ramsey County Prosecutors are filing additional criminal charges against a man accused of hitting two Army recruiters and dragging one of them under his SUV for over a half mile last month. >Enrico Darius Taylor, 52, now faces two charges of assault in addition to three previously filed charges of Criminal Vehicular Operation. >Each assault charge carries a maximum 20-year-prison term. >Taylor stands accused of striking Staff Sergeant Michael Stroud and Sergeant First Class Travis Torgerson with his Jeep SUV in a Roseville strip mall parking lot on September 17th. >Stroud and Torgerson were returning to their recruiting office after lunch that day when they were struck. >Stroud suffered minor injuries but Torgerson was caught underneath the Jeep and was dragged over a half a mile by Taylor, who prosecutors allege, knew Torgerson was caught in his vehicle. >In the amended criminal complaint prosecutors say several witnesses were screaming at Taylor to stop and called 911. >Taylor said he heard people screaming as he was driving and that he stopped to try and pull Torgerson from his SUV. >Torgerson and witnesses say Taylor stopped twice, once trying to pull Torgerson off with his hands and a second time trying to kick Torgerson off. >Torgerson told investigators that Taylor kicked him in the ribs like he was kicking a football when he was caught under the car and then got back into the vehicle and continued driving. >After being dragged seven tenths of a mile Torgerson freed himself and shortly thereafter Taylor ditched the SUV and ran on foot. >Roseville Police shortly caught up with Taylor and arrested him. >Taylor has 11 prior felony convictions and was driving with a revoked license on the day the men were struck. >Taylor remains in jail. >Torgerson has been in the hospital since the day of the accident. >He suffered two right leg fractures, a broken tailbone, broken ribs, and broken bones in his spine and had his flesh worn to the bone where his body was dragged on the pavement. >On Sunday November 3rd a benefit is being held for Torgerson at Calvary Church in Roseville. >Torgerson is a decorated veteran and has served in the United States Army since 1993. He is married with two young children. >If you would like to inquire about sending a donate contact: firstname.lastname@example.org >Donations are also being accepted under the name "Travis Torgerson Benefit Fund" at any TCF Bank.
Texarkana man gets new trial in 1997 double murder >ASHDOWN, AR (KSLA) - A Texarkana man on death row for killing an Ashdown couple 16 years ago is getting a new trial. >Timothy Howard was convicted in 1999 of shooting Brian Day to death and leaving his body inside a padlocked U-Haul truck in Ogden. His wife Shannon was later found strangled to death in their Ashdown home. >Howard lived across the street from the couple, who had an infant son and a 5-year-old daughter at the time. The 7-month-old boy was also found in the home, stuffed inside a duffel bag with an extension cord wrapped around his throat. He survived. For that, Howard was charged with attempted murder. The little girl was not at home at the time of the attack. >Among the evidence used at trial, fingerprints matching Howard's lifted from the U-Haul truck, and a pair of boots belonging to Howard with Brian Day's blood on them. >Howard, now 44, appealed his conviction, there were too many questions about the evidence and how it was handled at the time of the trial. >On Tuesday afternoon, Little River County Circuit Judge Charles Yeargan granted Howard a new trial, citing several problems with the DNA. >Among the concerns, the fact that the lid popped off one of the hair samples during testing. The incident did not come to light until after the trial. While there was enough of the sample remaining to finish testing and a total of 3 samples returned results matching Howard, Judge Yeargan concluded that he could not be sure that a jury would not have decided differently. >A conviction on a capital murder charge with the death penalty at stake requires a unanimous jury. >Leaving court Howard told KSLA News 12's Fred Gamble that "It's a blessing, a combination of a lot of good people doing a lot of hard work." >Prosecuting Attorney Bryan Chesshir was not in office when Howard went to trial in 1999. While he says he respect's the judge's ruling, his concern lies with the family of Brian and Shannon Day. "It is sad for the family. You know, after 17 years, after all the appeals, you would think they Would get some closure but we start from day one again." >Howard will be transferred from the custody of the state prison system into the custody of Little River County to await trial. A new court date has not yet been set. >Arkansas doesn't have any pending executions. The state last executed an inmate in 2005.
Shoppers On Edge Following Broad Daylight Attack In Suffolk Outlet Mall Bathroom >67-Year-Old Woman Attacked At Riverhead Tanger Outlet Mall
>RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) - Suffolk County Police are hunting for a man who attacked a woman in broad daylight at a popular outlet mall. >Investigators said the suspect was hiding inside the women's public bathroom waiting for his victim at 12 noon on Tuesday at the Tanger Outlet Mall in Riverhead. >As CBS 2′s Jennifer McLogan reported, shoppers are on edge and security is out in force following the incident. >"A public bathroom here. To think someone had gone in there to hide out waiting for a woman is just, it is beyond my belief. I am so shocked," shopper Ronni Krentzman said. >Krentzman said she and her children will no longer use the public restrooms after learning that a 67-year-old woman was attacked >"He was in another stall waiting. She came in, she went into the stall. When she started to come out, he actually grabbed her and then he grabbed her from behind and dragged her to the ground," Riverhead Town Police Lt. Richard Boden told McLogan. >Screams were heard by another female shopper who rushed into the bathroom and witnessed the frightening crime. The suspect jumped off the victim ran out the door. >Police have not determined if the suspect was attempting to rape or rob his victim, McLogan reported. >"When you get nervous, you can't always scream. But I would scream and I would try to fight," shopper Judy Knoll said. >Security and police arrived within minutes and gave chase but the suspect evaded officers and disappeared. K-9 units assisted in a search of the area but were unable to track the suspect. >The victim, who was treated at a local hospital for bruises and trauma, had been shopping with her family but went into the bathroom alone. >"We come here and we use the bathroom all the time but we never use it alone, we always go in with each other," Sheryl Slomnicki told McLogan. >The mall is protected by surveillance cameras, patrolling security and the nearby Riverhead police force. >"In the 20 years that we've been in business in Riverhead, we've never had an incident like this occur. We believe it's an isolated incident," Tanger Outlets General Manager Janine Nebons told McLogan. >There are 87 bathroom stalls scattered around the massive outlet mall. >"It's scary, it scared me to death because we shop here all the time. And not just here but in any mall, really, there's no security in bathrooms, and I mean really, how can there be?" shopper Amanda Varelakis told McLogan. >Security cameras are not allowed in public restrooms due to privacy laws. >However, images of the fleeing suspect were caught on surveillance video. Police were planning to release that footage as they try to track down the suspect. >The hoodie-wearing suspect has only been described as being about 20 years old, clean-shaven and dark-skinned.
>Update: Jury finds Johnson guilty of capital murder >Original post: A Dallas County jury is deliberating the fate of a man who confessed to killing an elderly Garland convenience store clerk by setting her on fire in a robbery. >Matthew Lee Johnson admitted to police that he killed 76-year-old Nancy Harris in May 2012 and the crime was captured on store surveillance video. >Johnson's attorneys Catherine Bernhart, Kenneth Weatherspoon and Nancy Mulder asked the jury to find him guilty of murder instead of capital murder.
>TERRELL - The man accused of gunning down five people Monday - including his mother and aunt - tried to kill two other people that same night, police records say. >And, according an arrest warrant for Charles Brownlow Jr., surveillance video shows that he took beer from a Terrell convenience store after the clerk, believed to be Brownlow's final victim, was fatally shot in the head. >But the police documents do not provide any more details about the other people Brownlow might have attempted to kill. Nor do they give any insight into the motive behind the shooting rampage that left his mother, Mary Brownlow, 61; his aunt, Belinda Walker, 55; convenience store clerk Luis Leal-Carillo, 22; and two others dead. >Ali Karimi, the owner of Ali's Market in Terrell, said police told him that a single can of Bud Light that sold for $2.29 was taken from the store. No money was taken, he said.
>Updated: Wednesday, October 30 2013, 04:58 PM EDT CLIFTON, Ohio (Angenette Levy) - A 22-year-old man was shot in the abdomen early Tuesday morning as a pair of robbers demanded belongings from him and his girlfriend, a student at the University of Cincinnati. >Austen Lampe and his girlfriend were walking home from a bar just after midnight when they saw two teens duck behind a building. >Lampe said they tried to avoid the pair as they walked down Warner St. but they approached and asked for directions. One then pulled a silver handgun. Lampe's girlfriend turned over her purse. >"We attempted to walk away. We were on a relatively busy street so we thought traffic would kind of stop any situation," Lampe said from his home Tuesday night. >Lampe said the accomplice did most of the talking while the gunman stood by. >"The accomplice kept saying things like get his wallet, get his phone, get her phone, things like that." >Lampe said as he grabbed his girlfriend to rush her across the street, the shooter pistol whipped him, leaving a cut and bruise behind his ear. >"From there there was a small grapple between the two of us before he took one or two steps back and fired one shot. I didn't really know I was struck at first." >Lampe was fortunate the bullet did not hit any of his organs. He lifted his shirt to show the entrance and exit wounds. >"It came in right here right below my lowest rib and exited about a half inch above my belly button." >The robbers are described as African-American males. >Police describe the shooter as: >*18 to 20 years old >*5'5" >*Wearing a leather Red Sox jacket and blue jeans >The accomplice's description: >*16 to 18 years old >*5'10" >*Wearing a black vest with orange sleeves, dark jeans and a black hoodie >UC police interim chief Jeff Corcoran said there's been a decrease in the number of armed robberies near campus this year. >"What we've done this fall semester is in conjunction with Cincinnati, we're both putting a lot of extra officers out in the neighborhood around the campus," Corcoran said. >Corcoran advises people who are being robbed to give up their property so they're not harmed. He's also warning students and others to avoid walking on the streets late at night. >UC offers a free shuttle service called Night Ride. Students can arrange a ride by called 513.556.RIDE. >Lampe said police arrived quickly to the scene but the teens got away. >He's hoping the teens won't be on the loose for long. >"It's a shame that people can't walk five minutes down the street without being robbed or even worse, assaulted. So, I think these kids deserve whatever they have coming," Lampe said. >Anyone with information about the robbery can call Crime Stoppers at 352-3040.
Not Guilty Plea for Suspect in Savannah Teen's Murder >Its a not guilty plea for the woman accused of shooting an killing a Savannah teen. >Adrienne Jackson made that plea in a Chatham County courtroom Monday. >Jackson is facing several charges, including Malice Murder for the shooting death of Evan Colquitt. >The 17 year old Colquitt was shot several times while standing in the front yard of a home in Windsor Forest back in January of 2013. >Jackson will be back in court November 18.
Minister gets 2 years for setting fire in phony Chesterfield hate crime
>A Baptist minister was sentenced today to serve two years in prison for setting his front porch ablaze in a phony Chesterfield County hate crime attack that included racist graffiti he painted to deceive police. >Olander D. Cuthrell, 42, a minister of music at Gospel Shepherd Baptist Church, told the judge he was ashamed and embarrassed for pouring a mixture of oil and gasoline across part of his family's front porch and igniting it March 15 after becoming overwhelmed by financial problems. >Minutes before the fire, he spray-painted the N-word on two sides of his rental house in the 7800 block of Little Ridge Court to divert attention from himself and bolster his claim of being the target of a racially motivated attack. >He further perpetuated the fraud by igniting a 16-ounce bottle filled with oil and gas inside an inoperable, family-owned 1992 BMW parked outside the house. >After Cuthrell set the two fires, Chesterfield County prosecutor Laura Khawaja said in arguing for a stiff punishment, he went back inside the house, undressed and climbed into bed, "waiting for the house to burn down." >Fortunately, his oldest son discovered the porch fire after the family dog woke him, and was able to extinguish the flames with water before it spread to the house occupied by Cuthrell and four other family members. The car fire burned out on its own. >The incident prompted Chesterfield police and the FBI to investigate the matter as a possible hate crime, and Cuthrell fueled that notion by telling several news outlets he was the victim of a racially motivated attack. >Investigators quickly became suspicious and Cuthrell became the focus of their investigation within 10 days. He was arrested April 2. Cuthrell eventually admitted to setting the fires, telling investigators he was motivated by family financial problems. >Khawaja said there was a pattern to Cuthrell's deceit. She noted how 12 years ago in North Carolina he falsely claimed to police he had been robbed in an attempt to cover up his theft from an employer. He was convicted of filing a false police report. >Because Cuthrell set an arson fire to an occupied dwelling, his offense was elevated in terms of the law and his punishment. Judge T.J. Hauler of Chesterfield Circuit Court sentenced Cuthrell to 10 years with eight years suspended. State sentencing guidelines called for a punishment of between 11 months and two years, seven months. >Cuthrell will also have to pay restitution for the damage he caused to the rental home, but the precise amount has not yet been calculated. >In their investigation, police learned that Cuthrell was three months behind on his rent, or $4,500, and a recent check he wrote to his landlord for two months' back payment bounced. Cuthrell was told his family faced eviction if he didn't immediately pay his full debt. >Cuthrell also told authorities he was under stress related to legal troubles involving one of his sons in North Carolina. >Cuthrell told the court today that he was "deeply, deeply remorseful" and he now sees the severity of his actions. "It was the most irrational decision that I made in my life," he told the judge. "I can't say just how bad I hate it." >Several family members and friends attended today's hearing to support Cuthrell, including the pastor of Gospel Shepherd Baptist Church, which will allow Cuthrell to continue as music minister when he's released from prison. >"I think he is a good man who did something bad in a moment of weakness," defense attorney Richard Gates told the judge.
>SEATTLE - A 45-year-old man is in serious condition with a gunshot wound to the stomach after an argument inside the Union Gospel Mission at around 11:45 Wednesday morning. >Seattle police initially arrested an 82-year-old man, but later released him in the afternoon when he told them a 45-year-old man was trying to rob and assault him. >Union Gospel Mission staff identified the 45-year-old as Darren Jerome Nelson. Nelson, who has previously served prison time, had been coming to receive services for the last few months. Staff told KIRO 7 Nelson is a frequent visitor who is trying to turn his life around. >Nelson's fiancee, Nicole Simper, said she saw the whole exchange. She said Nelson was not trying to rob anyone. >Simper said she and Nelson were in the community room, a holding place where 70 people were gathered before going into the dining room before lunch. >She said she saw Nelson get up to talk to a friend. When the friend left, he somehow got into a heated exchange with the 82-year-old man. She heard Nelson say some racial remarks to the older man. >Simper, who is Caucasian, said that her fiance, who is African-American, never speaks like that. She said he must have been provoked. She then saw the 82-year-old shoot Nelson. >Police said he shot twice. Staff at the mission said Nelson was hit in the stomach. >Simper said, "What if you knew that person that was shot? What if you were in my shoes, knowing that shooter was still out there? And my husband - is in - not breathing on his own?" >As of Wednesday night, Nelson was in serious condition at Harborview Medical Center. >This location of the Union Gospel Mission includes a men's shelter, a dental clinic, legal services and a drug rehabilitation program. >Terry Pallas, the director of the men's shelter, said his office was right upstairs from the community room. >"As soon as I heard a shot and a scream immediately following, I ran downstairs, mobilized the staff," he said. "There was a tussle, the weapon was exposed, and they were able to get the weapon on the floor and quite a ways away from the perpetrator. He just actually stood on the gun with his foot until police came just to keep it on the exact same location." >Pallas said that they have a strict no-weapons policy at the Union Gospel Mission. Those who have shown any aggression in the past are not permitted to enter. >He said the staff did not know the 82-year-old well. He said the man was not in the mission's register and that some staff only knew him to be someone who slept in his car a few blocks away. >Pallas said they do not have a pat-down procedure for people entering, and they only occasionally wand people entering to sleep for the night. >"The entire reason why we exist as an organization is really to create a space for folks to get in out of the elements, to get a warm meal when they don't have the ability, to eat or have a safe place to sleep," he said.
Northern Marion County home invasions raise worries among neighborhood groups >As police continue to investigate a string of violent home invasions in northern Marion County over the past several days, neighborhood groups are taking action. >The violence started Oct. 24 when four young men armed with guns robbed a home in the 7000 block of North Spring Mill Road. Police say the homeowners were tied up while the men ransacked the house and made off in one of the victims' vehicles. The victims also were assaulted and sustained minor injuries. >Tuesday morning, about 3 miles away, four men broke into a house in the 800 block of East 79th Street in the Windcombe neighborhood. They shot one woman and assaulted another before fleeing in the victims' three vehicles. >Both incidents remain under investigation, and police will not publicly speculate as to whether the invasions are related. >But local neighborhood association representatives say they are concerned about the rash of crime and are looking for ways to keep one another safe. >"These last incidents were extremely brazen, and I think that's what's terrified people," said Terry O'Brien, a Meridian Hills town councilman. Meridian Hills borders the site of the Oct. 24 incident and is close to the second. >"Your heart goes out for the families that were affected, but it does put the fear of God in you when you think you can't go in your backyard to rake leaves or leave your garage door open without something bad happening." >O'Brien said Meridian Hills is planning a meeting for its residents and has been consulting with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and the town's part-time police patrols. >In the Windcombe neighborhood, the attitude is similar. Paul Forbes, president of the Windcombe Neighborhood Association, said he has contacted CrimeStoppers and officers at IMPD about how the neighborhood can best proceed after Tuesday's home invasion. >"We're keeping everybody abreast of everything we know," Forbes said, adding that he hopes to hold a meeting with residents and police officers in December. >"I've been here 23 years," he said. "It's outrageous. Nobody would think that that could happen here." >IMPD spokesman Chris Bailey said police are asking anyone with knowledge about either home invasion to step forward.
Three men arrested in Far Northside home invasion >Indianapolis Metropolitan police have arrested three men in connection with the robbery of an East 79th Street home Tuesday and the sexual assault of a woman inside. >The arrests also appear to connect the men to a similar crime committed Oct. 24, when a group of men armed with guns tied up the owners of a home on North Spring Mill Road, ransacked their house and made off in one of the victims' vehicles. Police say property found during the investigation that led to the arrests belonged to the North Spring Mill Road homeowners. >Trey Spells, 18, and Alexander Dupree, 23, were arrested and preliminarily charged with rape, criminal deviate conduct, robbery and criminal confinement, authorities said. Each is being held on a $200,000 bond. >Michael Pugh, 21, was arrested and preliminarily charged with serious violent felon in possession of a firearm. He is being held on an $80,000 bond. >Police said the investigation is ongoing. >The attack in the 800 block of East 79th Street was carried out by as many as four or five men, police said, who also shot a woman and stole three vehicles from the Far Northside home shortly before 7:30 a.m. Tuesday. >The two women were sleeping at the time, a police dispatcher said. A woman in her 50s was shot in the leg and taken to St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. >She and her husband, who is also in his 50s, were inside the two-story brick colonial with their daughter, who is in her 20s. The men forced their way inside the residence, police said, and at one point forced the women to drive to an ATM and withdraw money. >Although the crime was initially reported as a robbery, the incident was later categorized in a police report as a rape. >A police report about Dupree's arrest said he was taken to Wishard Memorial Hospital for a forensic examination before being taken to the Arrestee Processing Center. A detailed probable cause affidavit, the report said, would be forwarded to the Marion County Prosecutor's Office at a later time. >He has yet to be formally arraigned on the charges. >Dupree has four prior felony convictions for robbery and criminal confinement for robbing four people at gunpoint on the Northwestside. In the July 15, 2009, incident, Dupree also forced victims to drive to an ATM to withdraw cash, according to court documents. >One of the victims told police she and her parents were walking on Knollton Road, near Michigan Road, when Dupree - armed with a handgun - approached her parents from behind and demanded money. The victim said she ran after her boyfriend, who was just driving around the corner, to ask for his help. But Dupree, documents said, followed the victim to the car and demanded that they drive him to an ATM machine. The victim's boyfriend later withdrew $200 from his Chase bank account and gave the money to Dupree. >The parents, who were left behind, called police while Dupree, their daughter and her boyfriend were at the bank, documents said. >Doug Garrison, spokesman for the Indiana Department of Corrections, said Dupree was initially sentenced to 16 years in prison for the armed robbery and criminal confinement charges, but the court suspended eight years of that sentence with two years to be served in community corrections. That left six years of the sentence to be served in prison beginning on March 2010. In February 2012, Dupree was accepted into a community transition program and was released on probation in April 2012. >Garrison said Dupree's sentence was further shortened after he earned good-time credits and credits for completing a substance abuse program and PLUS, a faith- and character-based program. >Pugh also has a prior felony robbery conviction. He was sentenced to six years in prison in June 2010 and was released on supervised parole last January. Like Dupree, his sentence was shortened through credit time earned and for completing a substance abuse program. >Spells does not appear to have a record with the Department of Corrections. >It's unclear whether police expect additional arrests - at least one or two more men were suspected to be involved in the home invasion - but IMPD Police Chief Rick Hite described the investigation as ongoing. >"We're still looking for the remaining members" of the group, Hite said. "We're taking this very seriously. This was a heinous crime that is unacceptable in the city. >"We will find them. We will look for them as long as it takes."
>NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Few items are as attractive to a would-be thief as a Smartphone. One Wilson County woman recently found out the hard way when her iPhone was stolen. >Tai Hall, a special education teacher, said she was shopping two weeks ago with her mom and sister at Opry Mills Mall when she noticed her iPhone 4 was missing. >"My cell phone went missing from my purse," she recalled. "I have an app to track it, so I track it to the middle of the Opry Mills food court. There's a machine that take cell phones and gives you money. I alerted my phone and I heard it ringing in the machine, so I know it's there." >The machine made by ecoATM, is described by the company's Web site as an automated, consumer self-serve kiosk that quickly evaluates and buys back used consumer electronics directly form consumers for cash. >The purpose of the machine is to help recycle hundreds of thousands of old cell phones. >The Web site states the company has machines locally at Opry Mills Mall, Rivergate, Stones River and the Governors Square malls. >According to ecoATM, every cell phone seller must provide a driver's license and a thumb print, which is electronically recorded and made available to police as part of the transaction. >Hall, however, said she does not believe the machines are a good idea, especially if just anyone can sell phones. >"I really want people to know this machine exists and it is awful," she said. "Without the app, I'd never [get my phone] back. I don't like that anyone can pick up a phone, theirs or not, put it in there and immediately get cash." >Metro police told Nashville's News 2 Quan Fisher is the man who sold Hall's phone at the kiosk. >The 18-year-old is charged with theft of property and was identified as the seller of the device by ecoATM technology. >Company officials said they shared all of Fisher's information, which he supplied when he sold the phone, with police working the case. >By phone, Nashville's News 2 Investigates spoke with Fisher who said he is not a thief and that he feels like he was conned by a woman who got him to sell the phone for her by using his fingerprint and identification. >"All I did was give my ID and my thumb print and my picture," he said. "I didn't get any money out of it. I thought she was trying to get some money together to buy herself an iPhone. I didn't think it was stolen." >Fisher said the woman he helped sell the phone for is around 27-years-old, five foot, three inches tall and had blond hair with glasses. >He added that he didn't know the woman, but she had been hanging around the mall where he worked. >"I happen to be dumb. That messed me up. I mean, I made a dumb decision. I am paying the price for it," Fisher said. "I am not a thief. [I've] never stole anything in my life. I have no record, well, now I do, but I do because of this." >Nashville's News 2 Investigates asked Metro police about Fisher's assertion there was another person involved in selling the stolen electronic. >Officials in the public information office said Fisher did not raise that concern when he was arrested. >By phone, ecoATM told Nashville's News 2 Investigates their company is very law enforcement friendly and they are proactive in working with police all over the country. >"One thing we can do is reach out to police," Director of Marketing and Communications Ryan Kuder said. "What we're going to do is be cooperative with police. There are dozens of places in Nashville right now to get cash and sell stolen cell phones and there will be no questions asked." >He continued, "But If a thief sells a stolen phone at an ecoATM, they have increased the chances of returning that stolen phone by about 100%. If a stolen phone is found in an ecoATM we give the phone back at our own expense. We are victims too. We pay the shipping costs and the cost of the phone that we bought." >As to why Hall's phone has not been returned to her, Kuder said, "Our machine is an ATM. It has cash. It has phones in it. It is highly secured. It has a lot of security features. You just don't pop them open in mall. It could be a danger, making someone a target." >According to Kuder, Americans buy 150 million new phones per year, while many people have five or six old phones lying around at home. >He said the goal of ecoATM is to serve as an easy and convenient way for people to recycle their old devices. He added that the company recycles thousands of phone per day and that one in 1,500 phone sold are reported lost or stolen.
Suspect in cellphone robbery arrested after stolen phone captures face, location >Auburn, Wash. - Kailen Hall, 26, is in jail for investigation of robbery in the second degree. Jeremy Risinger said Hall grabbed his cell phone on a street corner in Auburn last Saturday and then threatened to pull out a gun and shoot him. Risinger said, "it just upset me, because I don't take to threats kindly." >He was more angry than scared, but quickly got his revenge. Risinger bought a new Samsung Galaxy smartphone and pulled up an ap he subscribed to called Look Out Mobile Security. The ap had snapped Hall's photo with the stolen phone when it sensed someone was trying to unlock it. It also gave Risinger the location where the picture was taken, within a few feet of Hall's apartment. Then Risinger went to his own Dropbox site on the web, where every photo taken with the stolen phone was automatically uploaded. There he found 39 still images and a couple of videos that were presumably taken by the guy who robbed him. Risinger said, "I started laughing really hard out loud and I was just like, what an idiot, I can't believe I actually got it." >Auburn police recognized the face in many of the pictures, because they've arrested Kailen Hall before. They simply went to his apartment and arrested him again. He's now being held in the jail at the Regional Justice Center in Kent. His bail has been set at 100-thousand dollars.
2 Charged in July Homicide in Bevo Mill Neighborhood
>ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - More than three months after a man was found shot to death inside his vehicle on the city's south side, two men have been charged in his death. >John Paulsen, 48, was found unconscious in the driver's seat of his vehicle in the 4200 block of Neosho on July 21. He had been shot in his arm and chest. Paulsen was transported to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. >Thursday, the Circuit Attorney's Office issued warrants for second-degree murder, first-degree attempted robbery, and two counts of armed criminal action against Lorenzo Milton, a 22-year old black male of the 4200 block of Meramec. >Warrants for unlawful use of a weapon and tampering with a witness in a felony prosecution were issued against Ronald Milton, a 29-year-old male living in the 7500 block of Stanwood. >According to police, Paulsen had parked his vehicle on Neosho in the Belo neighborhood when he was approached by a man. The suspect, who prosecutors allege is Lorenzo Milton, fired toward Paulsen's vehicle, hitting him twice, and then fled on foot.
Second man gets life without parole in Valero double-murder >FORT WORTH - A second man has been sentenced to life in prison without parole in the murder of a 70-year-old bread deliveryman and a convenience store clerk. >Tyrone Pierre Thomas, 27, of Fort Worth was convicted of capital murder on Wednesday. The life sentence was automatic because the Tarrant County district attorney's office did not seek the death penalty, according to a news release from the district attorney's office. >Thomas was arrested for his role in the slayings of Jerry Burnett, a 70-year-old Mrs Baird's Bread delivery driver who family members say was working to help his grandson through school, and Daniel Rojas-Torres, a convenience store clerk, during a robbery at a Valero convenience store. >Burnett died at John Peter Smith hospital 10 days after the shooting. >Rojas-Torres, who prosecutors said was shot execution-style even though he complied with the robbers' demands, died within minutes of being shot, according to the Tarrant County medical examiner's office. >Thomas was one of three masked men who entered a Valero Convenience store in the 4100 block of Mansfield Highway on March 23, 2010. >Kwame Rockwell shot the two while Thomas poured gasoline throughout the store, according to testimony. Thomas was interrupted by a customer before the gasoline could be ignited. >Rockwell, one of five people charged in the case, was convicted in January 2012 and sentenced to death. Randy Seibel, 38, of Granbury is serving a life prison sentence with no chance for parole. >Chance Smith, a participant in the robbery who confessed to his role as one of the lookout men, received a 20-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to aggravated robbery and agreeing to testify for the state, court records show. >A trial date has not been set for Tyrone Thomas' cousin, Timothy Thomas, who is the fifth suspect in the case. >Sean Colston and Kevin Rousseau prosecuted the case in state District Judge Mike Thomas' court.
Records: Sledgehammer used in Ore. Woman's slaying
>Portland, OR - Newly unsealed court documents in Oregon show a sledgehammer was used in the October slaying of a retired utility company executive. >The records obtained by The Oregonian reveal 71-year-old Jacqueline Bell of Cedar Mill was killed with a sledgehammer, and that her body was found wrapped in sheets on her bedroom floor. >Bell's great-grandson, 17-year-old Joda Cain, and his cousin, 19-year-old Micus Ward, have been charged with aggravated murder. They pleaded not guilty. >Oregon State Police began pursuing the teens Oct. 5, after they were seen traveling through Eastern Oregon in Bell's Lexus. >Records show investigators found blood in both the driver and passenger sides of the car. Bell was retired from PacifiCorp. >Cedar Mill is a Portland suburb.
'Not Guilty' Plea From Wesley Franklin's Alleged Killer
>CHATHAM COUNTY, GA - The accused killer of a local firefighter returned to court Monday. >Brandon Mackey entered an 'open ended not-guilty plea' but officials expect him to plead guilty at a later date in January. >Mackey is accused of shooting firefighter Wesley Franklin during a robbery attempt in June of 2012 while Franklin sat in a Sandfly bar. >Mackey was on the run for almost a year before being arrested and found in Texas. >While authorities tell News 3 Mackey has confessed to the crime, so far there has been no official word he will plead guilty to any of the charges he faces, including Felony Murder.
Avondre Graham Gets 10 Years Behind Bars For 'Random Murder'
>SPOKANE, Wash. - On Thursday morning, October 31st, Avondre Graham pleaded guilty to 2nd degree murder in the death of 55-year-old Sharlotte McGill. >McGill was stabbed to death in May 2012 outside of her east Spokane apartment complex. With her dying breath she described her killer as black, with a bad eye. >Graham was arrested four months later, when he attacked another woman along the Centennial Trail. Graham will serve a little more than 10 years in prison.
DNA Evidence Links Man To Attempted Rape Of 86-Year-Old Woman
>(Memphis) Months after an 86-year-old woman was brutally attacked in her own home, police say they have the man responsible. >Investigators say they were able to identify him because of what he left behind. >Investigators say 36-year-old Andre Brassel broke into the elderly woman's home back in January in the middle of the night, told her had a gun and tried twice to rape her. >They say also say DNA evidence found on the victim matched him. >"Oh my God," said Katie. >Brassel's sister said her brother hasn't lived at her home on Winfield in years, but police came there looking for him. >She said her brother has been in trouble before, but not for anything like this. >"I mean he should have done that. Not just to an 86-year-old woman, but no woman period. Andre was not raised like that," said Katie >Police say the DNA evidence from the scene was sent to the TBI back in February and they just received the results last month. >Brassel is charged with aggravated rape and aggravated burglary. >He is being held on $500,000 bond.
Hunt Continues For Suspect In Violent Rape, Robbery At NYU Catholic Center
>NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - Police are hoping surveillance video will help them find a suspect who they said raped a woman at New York University's Catholic Center in Greenwich Village. >NYU is warning students to be on high alert and to be on the lookout for suspect wanted in the attack. It happened early Thursday morning as police said a 24-year-old missionary was letting herself into the center. >Police said a man shoved her through a door and raped her just inside the glass wall steps from the sidewalk. >"I'm really worried because I have classes really late so I'm concerned about my commute at night," said NYU student Antiqua Mirza. >"It's terrifying to think that it happened right," said nearby resident Jennifer Holland. >Investigators spent the entire day taking measurements and lifting fingerprints from the glass doorway. >The victim's boots, tights and other personal belongings were left strewn about the hallway along with items she was intending to use to cook breakfast for a group of priests. >Police released surveillance video they show shows the suspect walking in the area around the time of the attack. He is described as a black man in his 20s with a muscular build. >Police said he was wearing a dark grey sweater, dark jeans and an Ace bandage around his right hand. Investigators said the fedora-type hat was also dropped at the scene. >Detectives tracked the victim's stolen iPhone to a shop in Midtown when the "Find My iPhone" app signal activated. They said the attacker tried to sell the phone. It's since been turned off. >"We've done some work on some of this property, trying to track it, and that's where we stand at this time," Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said Friday. >Detectives are classifying the case as a high priority. >"I think this is one of the safest places in the city," said resident Colin Serling. "It's sad." >Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), visit CrimeStoppers.com or text tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577.
Mississippi man charged with sexual abuse of 5-year-old in Tuscaloosa
>A Mississippi man has been accused of sexually abusing a 5-year-old in Tuscaloosa. >Officials with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office contacted TPD last month after receiving information about a sexual assault that occurred in Tuscaloosa, TPD spokesman Sgt. Brent Blankley said. >Investigators with the department's juvenile division found enough evidence to charge Laquincy Quanard Evans, 30, with two counts of first-degree sodomy and one count of sexual abuse of a child younger than 12. >Agents with the U.S. Marshals Task Force arrested Evans at his home in Marion, Mississippi Tuesday morning. He remained in the Tuscaloosa County Jail Wednesday with bail set at $150,000.
Horry County police arrest second Loris man in connection with girl's rape, pregnancy
>Police arrested a second Loris man in connection with the sexual assault of a girl, who was 8 when the assault began in 2010 and is now pregnant. >Kevin Maurice Jackson, 30, of Loris was booked into J. Reuben Long Detention Center at 11:25 a.m. Friday and is charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor under 11, according to jail records. >Damian Jazwuan Jackson, 20, of Loris was booked into J. Reuben Long at 3:49 p.m. Thursday and is charged with second-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor, according to records. No bond had been set for either man as of Sunday morning. >Horry County police said the girl told officers on Sept. 8 that he had repeatedly raped her since she was 8 in 2010, according to a report. The girl told officers that Kevin Jackson also had offered her money when she refused to have sex with him. The girl said she refused the money and Jackson later forced himself on her. >Damian Jackson was arrested and charged after the girl told officers that Kevin Jackson forced her to have sex with the younger man while Kevin Jackson watched, according to a separate police report.
PD: Terrell Murder Suspect Had Hoped To Kill Even More
>TERRELL (CBSDFW.COM) - There is haunting new information about the terror that played out in Terrell. We now know police believe the gunman intended to kill at least two more people - if not three. >According to a Terrell police affidavit, Charles Everett Brownlow Jr. killed five of seven that he had hoped to kill. >Brownlow seemed to be going around town looking for people he knew. The Taqueria Dos Aces restaurant was one of several places he visited in the midst of the killing spree. >The affidavit written by a Terrell police officer details how in addition to the five victims, Brownlow tried to kill two other people… unsuccessfully. >When Brownlow walked into the taqueria, Terrell police say he had already shot and killed his mother and his aunt. Sindi Vazquez, a restaurant waitress who walked him to a table, says he seemed distracted. "He was asking for a name, " she said in Spanish. She didn't understand, though, which employee Brownlow was looking for, and he walked out. >Co-workers believe the 36-year-old murder suspect was looking for Alex Carillo, who had seen him earlier the same day. "It's shocking," Carillo said looking back on what could have been. "I think he was probably gonna ask me for money or something. But they say he went to his other friend and asked him for money and [then] killed him." >Two hours after leaving the restaurant, police say Brownlow went to the 800 block of North Frances, where another friend lived. According to that friend's family, he knocked at the door, then broke in through a now boarded up window. >The homeowner and a female friend barricaded themselves in a bedroom, while Brownlow allegedly fired gunshots through the wall, emptying the weapon. >"The fact that he got out, God was definitely right there with them," said Shawnell Kirk, who lives nearby. >Kirk wonders if Brownlow would have come after her daughter, too, who knew him from school. "Because he was targeting people he knew," she said. >Brownlow also knew victims, Jason Wooden and Kelleye Sluder, whose murders were witnessed by their three-year-old child. >In a small town like Terrell, Kirk says, there are few strangers. "Everybody lost something." >The only victim police believe Brownlow did not know was his final victim, the clerk at Ali's Market. >The same police records say surveillance video at the convenience store shows the suspect first shot Luis Leal Carillo in the head and thenstole some beer from the store.
Man arrested in Hayward killing over dog sniffing >A Vallejo man has been arrested and charged with murdering a man in Hayward in 2009 after taking exception to one of the victim's dogs sniffing at his leg, authorities said Wednesday. >Dereak Turner, 24, shot and killed Thomas Cunningham, 38, outside a liquor store near Vermont and B streets about 10 p.m. on Nov. 24, 2009, police said. Cunningham had been walking home with his 13-year-old daughter after buying some ice cream. >Turner is being held without bail at Hayward City Jail. Alameda County prosecutors have charged him with murder and a gun enhancement. >Cunningham and his daughter had gone to the store to get ice cream and were walking home when they encountered Turner, who asked Cunningham to hold back his dogs - a 1-year-old German shepherd and a smaller dog - as he passed, authorities said. >Both dogs were off leash but were not behaving aggressively, investigators said. >Upset that the German shepherd had sniffed his leg, Turner exchanged words with Cunningham before shooting him twice with a handgun, police said. The daughter ran inside the liquor store for help, and Cunningham later died at a hospital.
Plea deal in Hicks Park slayings results in life sentence without parole
>One of two men charged with murdering a couple at a Tulsa park was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison without the possibility of parole as part of a plea deal that allows him to avoid a possible death penalty. >Jerard Davis, 23, pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree "felony" murder linked to the Sept. 18, 2011, fatal shootings of Carissa Horton, 18, and Ethan Nichols, 21. >Tulsa County District Judge Bill Musseman imposed two concurrent no-parole life terms. >Davis and Darren Price, 21, faced separate murder trials, with Davis' trial set to start next week. >As part of Tuesday's resolution, two counts of robbery with a firearm involving allegations that Davis and Price robbed Nichols and Horton against Davis were dismissed. >The bodies of Horton, an Oral Roberts University student, and Nichols, who worked at the Blue Bell Creamery in Broken Arrow, were found Sept. 19, 2011, in Hicks Park, in the 3400 block of South Mingo Road. Both had been shot in the head. >In a document supporting his guilty pleas, Davis blamed Price for shooting both victims. >Vic Regalado, a Tulsa police detective at the time, testified in January that when he questioned Price, Price said he and Davis saw the couple at the park and that Davis pulled a gun and pointed it at the victims. >Regalado indicated that according to Price, Davis forced the couple to their knees at gunpoint while robbing them. >Price said Davis first shot the man and then shot the woman, Regalado testified. >When Davis was questioned, he said it was Price who had the victims on their knees at gunpoint and who shot both victims, Regalado testified. >Prior to Tuesday's sentencing, Horton's and Nichols' parents offered impact statements regarding the loss of their children. >Susan Gardner said her daughter, Horton, was a "unique young lady.'' >"Everything she did, she did with a smile," Gardner said. "Her death has affected every part of my life." >Teresa Nichols said her son, Ethan Nichols, was an "amazing young man." >"If you were sad and upset, he would try to comfort you," she said. >Price remains charged with two counts of murder and two counts of robbery with a firearm. >Prosecutors have not dropped their request for the death sentence for Price, who is scheduled for trial in January. >Price alone is also charged with a count of eluding police on the day of his arrest.
BULLETIN: Jeffrey Eldon Miles Sr. pleads guilty to murder in 2010 killing
>Jeffrey Eldon Miles Sr., 50, formerly of State Line pleaded guilty to murder in general in Franklin County Court today in connection to an April 2010 killing. >Miles was scheduled to go to trial next month for the stabbing death of Kristy Dawn Hoke, 29, of Hagerstown, whose body was found in Waynesboro. >In exchange for the plea deal, District Attorney Matthew Fogal said he would not pursue the death penalty against Miles. >The court will now decide the degree of the murder. A degree of guilt hearing is expected to begin Nov. 18 to determine whether Miles committed first- second-, or third-degree murder. Fogal said the hearing is expected to last four days, and he expects to call 12 witnesses. >Miles was arrested and charged with criminal homicide on April 6, 2010, when he reportedly led local law enforcement officials to Hoke's body, which had been dumped in a wooded area off of Ninth Street. Miles had been found earlier that morning along an Interstate 81 overpass on State Line Road threatening to harm himself. >Miles also has been charged with criminal homicide in the 1995 killing of Waynesboro teen Angie Lynn Daley. Charging documents indicate police found a notebook written by Miles that outlined the murder, and said he led police to her remains on a Waynecastle farm the day Hoke's body was found. >Miles is still awaiting trial in Daley's murder. It has been postponed until January 2014. He does not face the death penalty in that case. >Guilty plea >Judge Douglas Herman asked Miles a series of questions during the hearing, noting for the record he did understand he was voluntarily submitting the plea. Herman also asked Miles to tell him what happened on April 4, 2010, the day Hoke was killed. >"I'm responsible for stabbing Kristy Dawn Hoke with a pair of scissors that caused her death," Miles said. >The state now has to determine why Miles killed Hoke, and whether the murder was committed with malice. >If convicted of first-degree murder, he will face a life sentence without the possibility of parole. A second-degree murder conviction also would yield a life sentence, and a third-degree murder conviction would result in a 40-year prison sentence. >Read Wednesday's Record Herald for the full story.
Attorneys Want Soldier Charged in Murder Moved >Attorneys for a soldier accused of kidnapping, raping and killing a Wilmington woman are asking a judge to transfer him from the maximum-security prison in Smyrna to a prison in Wilmington, where they say he will receive better mental health treatment and will be more accessible. >The judge previously ordered that 26-year-old Dwight Smith be transferred to the medium-security Wilmington prison, but Department of Correction officials objected, prompting a hearing Friday. >DOC officials say Smith has a history of aggression and would present a safety and security risk at Howard Young prison. >But attorneys for Smith say his current solitary confinement is taking a toll on him both mentally and physically. >The judged ordered DOC officials to provide more information about Smith's medications and said he would rule later.
Testimony begins in Terrance Hale murder trial >OMAHA, Neb. -Prosecutors say a man on trial for murder called 911 to report the incident. >During opening arguments in Terrance Hale's trial Tuesday, deputy county attorney Beth Beninato set the scene for the jury comprising seven men and six women. >Hale, 30, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Raymond Vasholz, 83. >Authorities said Hale broke into the Vasholzes home near 33rd and Martin streets, demanded money and set fire to the residence on Feb. 7. >"(Elizabeth Vasholz) heard a loud crash, the sound of glass breaking in the basement," Beninato said. >When Elizabeth Vasholz went to the top of the basement steps that morning, Beninato said, she recognized the man as someone who had shoveled her walkway previously. >Beninato said Hale told the couple their home was on fire and demanded money before attacking them. Elizabeth fought back, but when she leaned over to check on her husband, she felt a couch cushion on fire being pressed on her back. >The Vasholzes were taken to area hospitals, and Raymond later died from his injuries. >The defense argues, however, that no one else witnessed Hale attack either of the Vasholzes or start a fire. >"The state has not met the burden of proof and can't prove beyond a reasonable doubt Hale did this," assistant public defender Scott Sladek said. >Beninato said the case is about control and manipulation. >"The defendant himself makes a 911 call," Beninato said. >Sladek said the court will hear from a man who saw that Hale never once tried to leave or flee the scene even though Elizabeth Vasholz pointed at him, accusing him of the crime. >"Terrance replied to her, 'I didn't do it; I was trying to save you,'" Sladek told the jury. >Sladek urged the jury not to let natural emotions play a role in the trial. >Prosecutors called Omaha firefighters to the stand Tuesday, asking for details on what they saw when they arrived and what they found inside the home. >Firefighter Steve LeClair, who helped get Raymond Vasholz out of the home, testified that when he arrived at the scene, he saw police officers struggling with a man outside. LeClair was not able to describe the man when asked during cross-examination, however. >Firefighter Kyle Staudt said he noticed a stove had been moved, blocking the entryway to the dining room from the kitchen. He also noted blood streaks on the refrigerator. >Staudt testified that Raymond Vasholz was found in the master bedroom on the southeast corner of the home. >Testimony will continue Wednesday.
Anderson County man sentenced to 375 years in prison for sexual assault of child
>PALESTINE, TX - Willis Demond Carwell, 32, of Palestine was sentenced to a total of 375 years in prison on five counts of sexual assault of a child on Tuesday afternoon at the Anderson County Courthouse. >A jury of eight men and four women reached verdicts of 75 years on each count at 1:13 p.m. on Tuesday following a sentencing hearing which started on Monday. >Carwell showed little emotion as District Judge Pam Foster Fletcher who presided over trial read the jury's substantial verdict. >Anderson County Assistant District Attorney Elizabeth Watkins represented the State of Texas with assistance from District Attorney Doug Lowe. >Carwell had earlier pleaded guilty to the assaults which are second degree felony. However, the possible punishment range was increased to a minimum of 5 years and maximum of 99 years or life because Carwell had been to prison for burglary of a habitation. >The female child victim testified in response to questioning by Assistant District Attorney Watkins about how she came to know Carwell. >"My mom took me with her to a meeting of Alcoholic's Anonymous and we met and I talked to him (Carwell). He came over to our house after that," the victim said. >"He came to my 14th birthday party," the victim,now 15 told the jury. >"The first time we had sex I left my window unlocked and he snuck in. When we had sex I thought it was wrong, but didn't say anything," said the victim. >"I felt like I was in love with him (Carwell). He was 31, but I didn't think about his age,"related the victim to the jury. >"Then I started getting a urinary infection so my mother took me to the hospital," the victim said. "The nurse told me I was pregnant. My mom was in shock." >"I had the baby because I believe abortion is wrong. I plan on raising my baby," added the victim. >The jury heard testimony from Anderson County Sheriff's Office Sergeant Ronnie Foster the case's lead investigator that DNA testing proved Carwell was the father of the baby born to the victim. >Jessi Jones, RN and Anderson County Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner testified the child victim's physical development was age appropriate for a fourteen year, but that the victim was obviously emotionally immature. >"She told me that they were going to get married and live happily ever after," Jones related to the jury. >Jones told the jury "This is why the law says children cannot consent to sexual encounters. Even if they have the physical ability to have sex, they are not emotionally equipped to handle the results." >In closing arguments Assistant District Attorney Watkins told the jury, "This defendant was manipulative and a user. It's not up to a child to say 'no;' it'sup too the 31 year old grown man not prey on a vulnerable and easy target. And, now it's up to you to decide theright punishmentt. " >District Attorney Doug Lowe commented on the verdict and said "The defendant's crime and his lengthy criminal history justify the longprison sentences. It's obvious to me that Carwell took advantage of a child and preyed upon her immaturity,added Lowewe. >Evidence presented during the trial showed Carwell was on parole at the time of the crime. >Under Texas law, an offender serving a 75 year sentence iseligible for parole after 30 years. >However, Judge Fletcher elected to "stack" one othe sentenceses so Carwell will serve at least 60 years before he is eligiblfor parolele. >Local attorney, Mark Cargill represented Carwell. >The identity of the victim or victim's family is noprovided inin order to protect the privacy of the injured parties.
Police: man arrested after exposing himself in public
>MEMPHIS, TN - (WMC-TV) - A Mid-South man walked into a store and exposed himself, according to a police report. >Clay Burks, 52, is being accused of showing himself in retaliation after being told to leave a local store. >Apparently, Burks was originally asked to leave after causing a disturbance. >The report characterizes Burks' reaction as an "act of defiance". >After showing himself, police said the victim told him she would call police. >Consequently, he was known to officers in the area. It is not yet known why officers knew of him.
Hopkins gynecologist may have had 9,000 victims >A former Johns Hopkins gynecologist, Dr. Nikita Levy, might have surreptitiously photographed or recorded the examinations of at least 9,000 patients, lawyers representing his alleged victims said Friday. >More detailed allegations emerged as attorneys in a class-action lawsuit announced that a judge had approved negotiations for a group settlement with Johns Hopkins Hospital and its medical systems. Levy, who died in an apparent suicide in February as investigators closed in, had worked at the Baltimore hospital and health system since 1988. >Potential victims included Hopkins employees who were Levy's patients, said Jonathan Schochor, one of the lead litigators among eight law firms in the class-action suit. >"They are all women who feel betrayed, women who feel violated," said Howard A. Janet, another lead attorney for the plaintiffs. >The case has shocked Levy's colleagues and many patients who recalled a caring and conscientious doctor who had delivered their children. It started when a female colleague noticed what looked like a pen camera hanging from the doctor's neck and alerted Hopkins officials.
Father charged with murder after burnt body of 10-year-old girl found in rubbish bin
>A father and his partner have been charged with murder after the badly-burnt body of his 10-year-old daughter was found in a rubbish bin. >Eman Moss from Atlanta, Georgia, had called police claiming that he was about to commit suicide and that he had a dead body with him. >When emergency services arrived they found him standing outside his apartment in an alleyway, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. >He pointed to a rubbish bin where the badly-burnt body of his daughter Emani was found. >Eman and the girl's stepmother Tiffany Moss have been charged with murder, cruelty to children and concealing a body. >He had earlier told the 911 call handler that the girl had drank "some type of chemical", it was reported.
Four Charged With Murder in Rite Aid Killing >A suburban Philadelphia judge has allowed murder charges to proceed against four suspects accused of taking part in the slaying of a Chester drugstore manager. >Four suspects in the shooting death of 40-year-old Jason McClay of Broomall appeared Friday before a Delaware County judge. They are next due in court Dec. 3 in Media. >Rita Pultro and David Wiggins are charged with first-degree murder. Tariq Mahmud and Christopher Parks face second-degree murder charges. All are from Philadelphia. >Pultro and Wiggins are accused of entering a Rite Aid in Chester to rob it, then shooting McClay and fleeing the scene. >Authorities said Parks was the getaway driver and Mahmud was a store employee who provided inside information about security procedures. >Attorneys for the four defendants could not immediately be reached Friday.
>DAYTON - A teenager is being held in the slaying of a Michigan man in a shooting that happened inside a Leo Street apartment. >Anthony Brown, 18, is in the Montgomery County Jail on multiple charges after his arrest Wednesday in the 1700 block of Germantown Pike. >Brown is the suspect in the Oct. 26 death of 42-year-old Allen R. Lindenman, according to Dayton police. >Lindenman was one of the victims in three unrelated shootings that weekend. >The initial investigation revealed two men entered a Leo Street apartment and one fired two shots, hitting Lindenman in the chest and in the arm, police said. >The victim was known to carry large amounts of cash and frequented pool halls. >Police said the shooting was possibly a robbery attempt. >Others were in the apartment when the shooting occurred around 11:30 p.m., including a man who answered the door and was forced inside by the gunman and his accomplice. >Brown is being held on suspicion of three counts of murder, three counts of aggravated robbery, two counts of felonious assault and a weapons violation, according to jail records. >He is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.
Thug in rainbow clown wig tries to attack cop >An off-duty cop had a fright on an uptown D-train in Manhattan Saturday, when a thug in a rainbow clown wig tried to stab him, sources said. >The trouble started when the 45-year old officer attempted to arrest the joker and a cohort for acting disorderly at the East 170th Street station at around 2:30 p.m., sources said. >After he identified himself as an officer, the clown's pal punched the officer in the face - and the wig-wearing weirdo pulled a screwdriver and tried to hack the officer, according to sources. >The duo then fled, and the clown was later captured on video at a store. >The punched officer suffered minor injuries, cops said.
Suspect arrested in Halloween bank robbery >LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Louisville Metro Police have arrested a man for a bank robbery on Halloween. >The robbery occurred at the BB&T Bank, 2501 W. Broadway, at 11:16 a.m. on October 31. LMPD said a man approached a teller and handed her a note demanding money. The suspect kept his hand in his pocket as if he had a gun while at the teller window. >The next afternoon, LMPD arrested Jamie Antwan Green, 18, of Louisville, in the 3400 block of Shanks Lane. Green is being held at Louisville Metro Corrections on one count of robbery. >According to police, Green admitted to a detective that he committed the robbery and that he used a juvenile as lookout.
Suspect Sought in Felton Home Invasion >FELTON, Del. - Delaware State Police have identified one of two suspects in a Felton home invasion. >Police say the suspects broke into a home located along Pin Oak Court in the Canterbury Mobile Home Park around 4 a.m. Saturday. >Police identified one suspect as 30-year-old Delonzo Powell of Dover. >Three women in their 20s were sleeping at the time. Police say one woman was hit in the head with a handgun. >Troopers say the suspects demanded cash. When the victims could not produce the money, they ran away with one of the women's phones. >None of the women were seriously injured. >Powell is also wanted by the Smyrna Police Department for a robbery that occurred in 2011. >A second suspect has not been identified. >Detectives are asking anyone with information on Delonzo Powell's whereabouts or information on the second suspect to contact Detective D. Coleman at (302) 741-2813. >Detectives also encourage people to call Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333, via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com, or by sending an anonymous tip by text to 274637 (CRIMES) using the keyword "DSP."
Cops: Woman sexually assaulted in Lakeview apartment
>A woman was sexually assaulted by a man who pushed his way into her Lakeview apartment and told her, "Shut up, don't talk, don't say anything,'' according to police. >The 24-year-old woman had been out with her boyfriend at a bar at Diversey Parkway and Sheridan Road when she decided to leave for home around 4 a.m. Sunday, police said. She walked home alone to her apartment building nearby in the 400 block of West Belmont Avenue because her boyfriend wanted to stay out, police said. >Another resident let her in and she was walking toward her first-floor apartment when she noticed a man in the laundry room near her apartment, according to the police report. >As she opened the door, she was pushed into her apartment by the man, who threatened her, then ripped her clothing off and sexually assaulted her, police said. The man fled down the hallway and she called police, according to the report. >The woman was taken to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, according to Fire Department spokesman Juan Hernandez. >The woman was able to give a partial description of the attacker, telling police he was black, between the ages of 30 to 35, 6-foot to 6-foot-3, with a scar on the left side of his face, police said. He was wearing a black long-sleeved shirt, police said. >Detectives took evidence from the laundry room and from the apartment and were hoping to retrieve footage from a surveillance camera nearby.
Union City: Man, 20, arrested on multiple counts of indecent exposure >UNION CITY - A serial flasher has been arrested on suspicion of multiple counts of indecent exposure, police said Sunday. >Shaquille Malik Thomas, 20, of Union City, was arrested Friday on suspicion of 11 counts of indecent exposure, according to Union City police. >Thomas was identified as the man who exposed himself during a series of flashings between November 2012 and September 2013 in the area of Veterans Park and Mariners Park, authorities said. Thomas was arrested at his home. >Police are asking anyone with information on these incidents to call Union City police at 510-471-1365, or leave an anonymous tip at 510-675-5207.
Teen raped, beaten at friend's house in Hollywood, cops say >A judge on Monday ordered that two teens accused of setting upon a 16-year-old girl in a pack of five and raping and beating her until her eyes swelled shut and she bled from her ear be jailed without bond. >The accused rapist, Jayvon Woolfork, 19, stood next to one of his accused accomplices, Lanel Singleton, 18, dressed in tan jailhouse scrubs, their wrists cuffed behind their backs as the judge read from their arrest reports. >"This 16-year-old woman, both of her eyes were closed from being beaten, she had blood coming from one of her ears," Broward County Judge John "Jay" Hurley said. "The court is concerned for the safety of this 16-year-old alleged victim." >The attack occurred Friday night while the alleged victim was visting a friend's Hollywood home in the 1600 block of McKinley Street and was videotaped by at least one of the attackers on a cell phone, according to police. >The girl was listening to music and watching TV at her friend's house when the pack of teens approached her and demanded that she have sex with Woolfork or be beaten, according to the arrest reports.
>ZANESVILLE, Ohio - The third attacker in the beating and burning death of Celeste Fronsman is scheduled to be sentenced on Wednesday, following the sentencing of two attackers this morning. >Muskingum County Prosecutor Mike Haddox said he will recommend that county Common Pleas Judge Kelly Cottrill sentence Katrina Culberson to life in prison without parole for her role in the murder, plus 11 years consecutive for kidnapping. >That's the sentence Cottrill gave LaFonse Dixon Jr. yesterday morning. >Cottrill followed the sentencing recommendation the jury made on Oct. 22. >The same jury found Dixon guilty on Oct. 17 of aggravated murder, aggravated arson and kidnapping. Dixon, 34, of Canton, could have received the death penalty. >Also this morning, Muskingum County Common Pleas Judge Mark C. Fleegle sentenced Monica Washington to life in prison with parole eligibility after 25 years for aggravated murder, aggravated arson and kidnapping. The judge merged the murder and arson into one sentence and also sentenced her to 11 years, to be served concurrently, for kidnapping. >Culberson, who joined Washington in pleading guilty to the same crimes and testified with her against Dixon at his trial, deserves a tougher sentence than Washington received because she played a more prominent role, Haddox said. >"She and Dixon were in this together from the beginning," Haddox said. "Culberson was the one who poured the gasoline on the victim and lit her on fire." >Washington sobbed and trembled as she stood to face the judge for sentencing. "I take full responsibility," she said. "I am so sorry. I would like to ask her family to forgive me." >Family members of Fronsman were not in court this morning. Her aunt has said previously that she was satisfied that Dixon would be in prison the rest of his life. >Dixon showed no emotion at his sentencing and declined the judge's invitation to speak. He said he stood by the remarks he made on Oct. 22, when he told the jury at his sentencing hearing that the case against him was built on lies. >As he stood to be sentenced today, Cottrill told him, "Ms. Fronsman died a horrific death at your hands. Your self-absorbed, anything-goes lifestyle led directly to her death." >Prosecutors said that on August 26, 2012, Dixon, Culberson and Washington drove Fronsman from Canton to Muskingum County, where they beat her, choked her and set her on fire. The brutality was retaliation. Prosecutors said Dixon thought Fronsman had snitched on his drug dealing. >She lived for two more days after a motorist found her on Rt. 208 near Zanesville, wailing in agony and burned over 70 percent of her body. >Fronsman, 29, was a prostitute addicted to crack cocaine. She knew her attackers from her life on the streets of Canton, where Dixon sold drugs. >Culberson, 22, and Washington, 25, who also were crack-addicted prostitutes, took plea deals in which they pleaded guilty to aggravated murder, aggravated arson and kidnapping in exchange for county Prosecutor Mike Haddox taking the death penalty off the table. They testified against Dixon as part of the deal. >Culberson testified that after Fronsman was beaten and choked during the drive from Stark County to Muskingum County, the group stopped at a secluded spot. >Dixon dragged Fronsman to a thicket of tall grass. There, Culberson testified, she poured gasoline on Fronsman and then flicked Dixon's lighter and set her on fire.
NJ cop in road-rage slay: 'Law is on my side' >A black New Jersey cop facing a possible life sentence for the racially charged road-rage slaying of a white driver told The Post in his first extensive interview that he was protecting his family and, "I know the law is on my side.'' >Joseph Walker, 40, an 18-year veteran assigned to the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office, fatally shot Joseph Harvey, 36, during a confrontation on June 8 on I-97, just south of Baltimore. >Walker, of Eastampton, NJ, was driving a Kia minivan carrying wife Marie and their three young kids. Harvey was in a green Honda Accord carrying one person. >Walker cut Harvey off when both vehicles tried to make a left turn at the same place. >The two drivers exchanged angry words as their cars swerved around each other on the shoulder of the road. >Both eventually came to a halt, and Harvey, an unmarried truck driver, allegedly shouted racial epithets as he approached the officer's van. >Walker fired several shots from six to 12 feet away at Harvey, who was unarmed. >Walker was charged with murder and is free on $1 million bail. He was suspended from his job without pay. >The charge has had a profound effect on his life. >"Emotionally, it rocked me,'' he said. "I've spent my life trying to protect and serve. I can't describe how emotionally devastating it's been. >"I am a dedicated law-enforcement professional, someone who, when I come home from work, takes off his tie and roughhouses with his son and plays with dolls and has tea parties with his daughters. >"I help my 10-year-old daughter with her homework, then I sit down and watch television with my wife." >Walker's lawyers say there's evidence Harvey had downed several alcoholic beverages prior to the clash and had been spewing racial slurs. >"He certainly had been drinking prior to the incident," said one lawyer, Anthony Pope. >"He also used the N-word. This was confirmed by witnesses,'' including Harvey's passenger, Adam Pidel. >Another of Walker's attorneys, Patrick McAndrew, told The Washington Post that Harvey was out of control. >"He [Harvey] was enraged, screaming at the [Walker] family in their van. His wife was in the passenger seat, she could distinctly hear [the slurs]. There were threats of violence; they were on notice," he said. >No trial date has been set, but Walker, who claims self-defense, said, "I look forward to my day in court and clearing my name and obtaining justice." >The office of the Maryland prosecutor that brought the case declined comment. >A friend of Harvey's, Jennie Jones, who had known him since he was a child, told Baltimore TV station WJZ that she'll be in court for the trial. >Jones, who said she heard Harvey was shot as he was falling, added she's praying that her friend "gets justice."
Suspect in severe beating of Rancho Cordova senior couple knew victims
>RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. (KCRA) -The 36-year-old woman arrested on suspicion of beating a 78-year-old man and his wife in their Rancho Cordova home Sunday knew the victims so well she was often seen helping unload grocery bags with the victim, according to neighbors who spoke to KCRA 3 on the condition of anonymity. >Shauna Burton has been booked into Sacramento's main jail on suspicion of murder, assault, robbery, car theft and a probation violation. >She declined an interview request from KCRA 3. >"We consider her an acquaintance of the victims but don't quite know the relationship," said Lisa Bowman, a spokeswoman for the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department. >The man died from his injuries. His wife remains hospitalized in critical condition, Bowman said. Their identities have not yet been released. >"We do not think this was a random act of violence," Bowman said. >A man who answered the door at 9900 block of Aries Way in Rancho Cordova confirmed that Burton stayed at that address, but declined to answer any other questions. >Several neighbors, who asked not to be identified, told KCRA 3 that Burton has been seen in recent months unloading groceries from the victims truck at the Aries Way address. >Investigators say neighbors outside the victims' mobile home also had seen the suspect and victim together often. >"Enough that they knew her by her first name," Bowman said. >According to court records, Burton has a lengthy criminal past dating back to 1997. She has pleaded guilty of no contest to charges of thefts, drugs or domestic violence six times between 1997-2012.
>FAYETTEVILLE (WTVD) - Authorities in Fayetteville are searching for two men who robbed an auto parts store and sexually assaulted an employee Saturday night. >It happened at the Advance Auto store on Owen Drive at Cumberland Road around 8:20 p.m. >Fayetteville police say the robbers came into the store and asked about a part for a car. As a female employee searched for the part, one the men pulled out a gun and demanded money. >The store's employees were taken to the back of the store where one of the robbers held a male employee at gunpoint while the second robber sexually assaulted the female employee. >The robbers then fled. >About an hour later, an Advance Auto Parts in Lumberton was robbed by two men who match the description of the Fayetteville robbers. >They were both African American with dark complexions, about 5' 9"; to 5' 10", 23-24 years old with thin builds. They were wearing baseball caps with dark jackets and dark pants. >Police are urgently asking the public for help. >"It's very imperative that if anyone say anything during that time frame, a vehicle in front of that store, persons leaving or walking up to that store please call detectives here at the Fayetteville Police Department," said Fayetteville Police Lt. Todd Joyce. "It was a very heinous crime that occurred Saturday night to an employee at that store. We'd ask anyone who saw anything to please call us." >Anyone with information is asked to call the Fayetteville Police Department at (910) 433-1856 or Crimestoppers at (910) 483-TIPS (8477).Crimestoppers information can also be submitted electronically, by visiting http://www.fay-nccrimestoppers.org/send_a_tip.aspx and completing the anonymous online tip sheet.
7 suspects wanted in Midtown assault, robbery attempt >NEW YORK (WABC) - Police are trying to identify seven people caught by surveillance cameras after they allegedly ganged up on one man in Manhattan. >The suspects are accused of beating the 23-year-old victim and trying to rob him outside the terminal Five club on West 56th Street just after midnight Friday. >The victim was taken to St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital in stable condition. >Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS.
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DJ murdered girlfriend's three-year-old daughter because she was getting more attention than him >A man has been found guilty of murdering his girlfriend's three-year daughter because he was jealous that she was getting more attention than him. >Lylah Aaron suffered a fatal brain injury and three broken ribs after she was kicked, slapped, shaken and punched in the head by Delroy Catwell. >Catwell had denied killing Lylah and blamed her injuries on the girl's mother Precious Chibanda. >But a jury at Sheffield Crown Court found him guilty of murder today after a two week trial. He will be sentenced tomorrow. >The court had heard from medical experts that the force used to break Lylah's ribs was similar to that seen in a car crash or a fall from a tall building. >As well as a 'sustained and forceful attack' on Lylah hours before she died, the jury was told that Catwell also slammed the tot's head against a bedroom wall damaging the plaster three weeks previously - claiming he hit the wall because he was trying to kill a spider. >'There was substantial bruising to her head and fractures to her ribs. >He claimed the girl was tired and had been ill for a few days so after watching cartoons he put her to bed that afternoon. He told police: 'I have never hit Lylah. I din do nuffins.' >The court was told that Catwell had a previous conviction for sexual assault against a 13-year-old girl in August, 2005
Gruesome details emerge in north side home invasion > The suspects started in the parent's bedroom, yelling to give them money. That woke up the daughter and began a long, gruesome period of crime. > Eventually suspects drove the mother to an ATM to get money, and while in the car she was sexually assaulted. The mother was also shot twice - once in the upper leg, and once in her foot while trying to escape. > Meanwhile, in the home, the daughter was being repeatedly raped by multiple suspects.