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Meg Ryan, Salisbury Daily Times
Updated 3:47 p.m. CST Feb. 19, 2019
Salisbury's populace has slowly grown more and more diverse, but the numbers accelerated in recent years. Since 2010, Hispanic numbers have risen 30 percent while the African-American population has increased about 21 percent.

Delmarva Now talked with Wicomico County residents Amber Green, Jamaad Gould and Jermichael Mitchell about Salisbury's current racial climate and how it can mprove.

When a lot of people say, "Jim Crow and slavery and everything is over, that happened for a long time." The amount of time we’ve spent out of that is way less than we’ve spent in it. It’s going to take a long time for us to really get to where we see more black businesses being celebrated or events popping up or more black artists — a lot more black everything popping up. A lot more minority stuff.

To me, you’ve a bunch of older white guys, one millennial and one black guy. You’re not reflective of your base or not in touch with your base.

We’ve crossed that threshold, but we’ve seen so many of our peers, our friends be incarcerated, get out, go right back. They never got the chance to learn anything else. America pushes to the side the black man, that may have some type of racism component to it. It shows there’s some type of racism component to it. It’s there and the hurdles are different.

February 19, 2019 Kyleigh Panetta
SALISBURY, Md. – Parents in Wicomico County are likening Salisbury Middle School to a “war zone”. They say teachers have lost control and the school is no longer safe.

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School resource officers at two Metro schools say they are being verbally abused by the students. The officers will be moved out of those schools beginning next month.

One officer from Bass Learning Center and two from Johnson Alternative will be deployed to other schools, according to Metro police spokesman Don Aaron. However, the officers will continue to make daily visits throughout the school year.

Next school year, Metro officers will not be stationed at either school.

Johnson and Bass are for students who have struggled in mainstream academic settings at other middle and high schools and would otherwise be expelled.

At Johnson, police have responded approximately 100 times and there are about 143 students enrolled.

By comparison, police have responded to Antioch High School approximately 200 times so far this school year where there are over 2,000 students enrolled.

All School Rescource Officers are employees of the Metro Nashville Police Department.

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By Brandon Blackwell
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is offering a reward for tips that lead to the capture of a Cleveland man accused of aggravated robbery.

Franklyn Williams, 28, is sought by the U.S. Marshals Service and the Euclid Police Department. He robbed a man at gunpoint in Euclid in October, according to the task force.

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LEWISVILLE, Texas - Police continue to search for the armed robbers who killed a gas station clerk in Lewisville early Friday morning.

The 51-year-old victim, Ashraf Lakhani, did nothing to provoke the shooting, and the only description police have of the killers is their clothing.

Lewisville police released a photo of one of the individuals believed to be responsible for the murder and robbery.

He’s seen wearing a blue zipper jacket with white stripes.

The other robber was wearing a black leather coat, dark pants, and black and white shoes.

Police say the two armed robbers walked into a Valero gas station off East Corporate Dr. in Lewisville, just after midnight.

During the robbery, the gunman apparently said nothing to her before shooting her.

And then the suspects took off, getting away with just $200

The family spokesperson said Lahkani was a hard worker and very caring. She was involved with the Carrollton Ismaili association -- a Muslim community.

This crime comes just three months after a liquor store owner was shot and killed at a business just next door.
By: FOX4News.com Staff POSTED: FEB 16 2019 07:07PM CST
UPDATED: FEB 17 2019 04:25PM CST

Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Serial Armed Robbers Steal iPhones From College Students Near Penn" "La Salle University community on alert after recent robberies" "La Salle University holds meeting to address recent surge in crime"
By Drew Smith and David Chang
Published Jan 16, 2019 at 11:46 PM | Updated at 2:12 PM EST on Jan 18, 2019
Police are investigating several robberies near the University of Pennsylvania in which armed suspects stole iPhones.

“I know sorority rush and stuff is going on right now so there’s definitely a lot of people out late and targets,” Elizabeth Menne, a student, told NBC10.

During each robbery, one or two suspects armed with a black handgun approached the victim and demanded both money and their iPhone. The suspects also told the victims to disable their iPhone password and the “Find My iPhone” tracking feature, police said.

“I’ve been living down here for a couple years now and it seems like every other week you’re getting an alert about a robbery or someone is on the loose and the cops are looking for somebody,” Dominick Policare, a student, said.

The suspects are described as two thin dark-skinned black males in their late teens to early 20s with short hair. They both stand between 5-foot-8 and 5-foot-11, police said. They were also both wearing dark clothing, according to investigators.

By Bob Brooks Friday, February 08, 2019
PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- A number of recent crimes in the area of La Salle University have the campus community on alert.

Some students have even been robbed at gunpoint.

Sophomore Alyssa Van Heurck says getting alerts about crime near campus has become routine.

By Dann Cuellar Monday, February 11, 2019
OLNEY (WPVI) -- Safety has become the leading conversation at La Salle University following several frightening incidents involving students - at least two were robbed at gunpoint.

Some 2,000 students had signed a petition demanding a meeting on their concerns about crime and safety.

We were not allowed into the meeting but we're told by a university official that over 300 students attended.

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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Hate crimes against the Jewish community are on the rise in New York City.

Most recently, two men are under arrest in connection with a pair of Wednesday morning attacks on Jewish men in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

A filmmaker in Brooklyn says the latest round of intolerance is nothing new, and at one time was even celebrated at a “pro-American” rally at Madison Square Garden.

Director Marshall Curry says the scene that played out in 1939 felt like it should have been worlds away.

“I was shocked,” he said. ” When I first saw it, it seemed like a rally in Nuremberg or something.”

Curry directed the Oscar-nominated short film “A Night at the Garden,” and says the pro-Nazi rally happened just months before Germany invaded Poland.

Even though it was decades ago, sadly he says the sentiment resonates today.

“It seems like we’re having an uptick in anti-Semitic attacks and hate crimes in general, and it was important to remind people that this was part of our history,” Curry said.

In New York, hate crimes have doubled over the past year. Of those eight anti-Semitic hate crimes took place in the first three weeks of 2018 compared to 15 this year.

January 30, 2019 at 11:33 pm

Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Four arrested in connection with MacArthur Center shooting" "Woman charged with murder after fatally stabbing 70-year-old man at Bronx market: police" "Suspect wanted in shooting at Arundel Mills Mall, after argument"
NORFOLK, Va. - Four people have been arrested in connection with the shooting at MacArthur Center that happened Thursday afternoon.

According to Norfolk Police, 18-year-old Kevin Holloman, 21-year-old Dquan Z. Melvin, 22-year-old Dvegan M. Melvin and 18-year-old Shawn D. Mitchell were the four men that were arrested. The relationship is between 21-year-old Dquan Z. Melvin and 22-year-old Dvegan M. Melvin is unknown at this time.

Dispatch received the call at 2:16 p.m. on Valentine's Day. The shooting occurred on the first level of Nordstrom, according to the MacArthur Center general manager.

SOUNDVIEW, Bronx — A 31-year-old woman stabbed a 70-year-old man to death Friday at a supermarket in the Bronx, according to police.

Witnesses inside said the woman, who police identified as Madelyn Tamarez, was mouthing off and yelling at the victim, accusing him of being racist.

Friends of the victim tell us he was an Army veteran and lived in a Vets home around the corner from the store for 17 years. He reportedly has no family in the New York City area.

"He was a good guy. I know him long time. He would come to the store every day and relax, drink coffee, talk," said Sam Aden, whose father owns the store.

Witnesses say Tamarez left the store and returned approximately 15 minutes later, armed with a knife.

"She fight him hand-to-hand. She grabbed a knife from somewhere else. She stabbed him two times and he died," Aden said.

Updated: 12:17 PM EST Feb 17, 2019
HANOVER, Md. — Anne Arundel County police say a suspect was identified and is currently wanted for attempted murder and a host of accompanying related charges following a shooting at Arundel Mills Mall.

Police identified the suspect as Jamari Marquese Hammond, 16, of Severn, who is charged as an adult on attempted murder and other charges.

Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video ""It hurts that someone took my son," family speaks after man killed in mass shooting at city park"
FRIDAY UPDATE: According to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, a second victim, a 14-year-old has died after a quadruple shooting at a basketball court Thursday on Redpoll Avenue.

Police say 4 people were shot, including a 14-year-old, at a Northside city park on a basketball court.

The teen involved sustained a chest injury and is critical.

A 24-year-old man died. Family identified the man as Titus Mobley.

Two other adults sustained leg injuries and have not life threatening injuries.

“All I know is my baby is without a father right now, and she’s only two years old,” said Tonya McClellan who says Mobley is the father of her 2-year-old daughter. “That’s all I do know.”

Updated: Feb 15, 2019 - 3:25 PM

Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Teenage suspect identified in murder of LaGrange father" ""He's the love of my life": Knox Co. murder victim's wife left grieving" thug crime violence homicide leaves behind 2 children and wife
By: Portia Bruner, FOX 5 News
POSTED: FEB 11 2019 06:59PM EST
UPDATED: FEB 11 2019 07:00PM EST
ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - Police want to track down the men who killed James Jake Ponder Saturday night in LaGrange. The 24-year-old father of two was shot in his car after he offered two strangers a ride on Troup Street.

"He was trying to do a favor and lost his life. That's just tragic. He was somebody's son, somebody's father and he didn't deserve this," said Alisha green, said LaGrange resident who was one of Ponder's tattoo clients.

According to Lagrange Police Detective Sgt. William Nelson, Ponder was with a friend on Troup Street around 8:30 p.m. when two strangers asked him for a ride. The man who asked for the ride set in the backseat and Ponder, for some reason, pulled over a block later where he was fatally shot.

By: FOX 5 News
POSTED: FEB 12 2019 03:40PM EST
UPDATED: FEB 13 2019 01:13AM EST
After an investigation, police identified one of the suspects as 17-year-old LaGrange resident Travis McFarland. Warrants have been released for McFarland's arrest for murder, aggravated assault, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

According to LaGrange police, 24-year-old James Jake Ponder was with a friend on Troup Street to purchase a firearm when two strangers asked him for a ride. During the ride, police say the suspects attempted to rob Ponder and shot him. They also say they believe the firearm purchase was a set up for Ponder to be robbed.

By WKYT News Staff | Posted: Thu 11:14 PM, Feb 14, 2019 | Updated: Thu 11:47 PM, Feb 14, 2019
Gary Wayne Medlin, 25, died Jan. 16 as he was trying to leave the A and B Quick Stop convenience store on U.S. 25 East between Barbourville and Corbin.

Federal agents captured Phillip Lee Lewis, 24, in Flint, Michigan. Lewis is charged with murder and first-degree robbery, and he may face other charges.

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By Hanna Krueger, NOLA.com Updated Feb 13; Posted Feb 13
Mark Whittaker Allen, 30, lay in a hospital bed at University Medical Center with missing teeth, a shattered jaw and stitches lining the inside of his lip after a brutal attack by a group of teens on Canal Street early Sunday morning (Feb. 10).

“Never in a million years did I think something like this would happen. I’m just really blown away by the violence of it,” the injured man, Mark Whittaker Allen, told NOLA.com | Times-Picayune.

By Marie Simoneaux and Amanda Roberts | February 13, 2019 at 5:13 PM CST - Updated February 14 at 6:41 AM
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - What started as a great weekend in New Orleans to celebrate Mark Whittaker Allen’s 30th birthday ended in trauma for him and his friends visiting from Colorado, when they were attacked and beaten by party bus passengers on Canal Street early Sunday (Feb. 10).

Gabrielle Lee said she, her boyfriend Mark Whittaker Allen, and three of their friends had just left their hotel and were walking near the intersection of St. Charles Avenue and Canal Street around 2 a.m., when they noticed a woman who appeared to be homeless being heckled by people hanging out the windows of a party bus.

When one of their friends, Matt Wasserman, approached the woman and told the hecklers to stop, Lee said a group of the passengers exited the bus and started yelling at them. Lee said almost everyone in the group appeared to be teenage boys. As they were walking away, Allen was attacked from behind by one of boys, who punched him in the face and knocked him unconscious. Wassterman was also hit, as was the woman being heckled, Lee said.

The teens ran back onto the bus, which then drove off, Lee said. She said the bus circled back around the scene twice before driving off.

New Orleans police confirmed the attack to FOX 8 Wednesday afternoon. According to NOPD spokesman Andy Cunningham, responding officers stopped the bus while investigating the attack but were told the attackers were no longer on board. The owner of the party bus company Tweezy Entertainment told FOX 8 everyone one the bus was 21 or older and the suspects did not get back on board after the attack.

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KNOX COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - Nearly one month ago, a Knox County father was shot trying to leave a convenience store during an armed robbery.

Gary Wayne Medlin, 25, died Jan. 16 as he was trying to leave the A and B Quick Stop convenience store on U.S. 25 East between Barbourville and Corbin.

Federal agents captured Phillip Lee Lewis, 24, in Flint, Michigan. Lewis is charged with murder and first-degree robbery, and he may face other charges.

On Thursday, Medlin's wife sat down with WKYT.

"It doesn't seem real," said Mindy Medlin.

She looked through pictures of happier times saying the day she married her husband was the best day of her life.

"He's the love of my life," she said. "It was like we were made for each other."

It's a painful and confusing time for Medlin's two boys, Jaxon, 2, and Bentley, 8. They are now left to grow up without their father.

"He'll miss the first day of school, graduations, getting their driver's license. There's just so much he's going to miss out on and it's so not fair," she said.

Medlin described her husband as a person who worked hard to take care of his family saying he was an innocent man in the wrong place at the wrong time.

"He was a one-of-a-kind person. There won't ever be another. He had a heart of gold," she said.

State police do not know when Lewis will be extradited from Michigan to face murder and robbery charges in Kentucky.
By WKYT News Staff | Posted: Thu 11:14 PM, Feb 14, 2019 | Updated: Thu 11:47 PM, Feb 14, 2019

Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Sources: Police investigating whether Jussie Smollett staged attack with help of others, allegedly being written off 'Empire'" Black Actor LGBTQ Activist Hoax Exposed
CHICAGO -- Chicago police confirmed Thursday that detectives are talking to two persons of interest in connection with the alleged attack on "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett.

Multiple sources have told ABC7 Eyewitness News that police are investigating whether Smollett and the two men staged the attack allegedly because Smollett was being written off of "Empire."

Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson contacted ABC7 to say they are continuing to treat Smollett as a victim and the investigation remains ongoing.

Chicago police told ABC News, "Police are investigating whether the two individuals committed the attack - or whether the attack happened at all."

Twentieth Century Fox Television and Fox Entertainment released a statement saying, "The idea that Jussie Smollett has been, or would be, written off of EMPIRE is patently ridiculous. He remains a core player on this very successful series and we continue to stand behind him."

The law enforcement official also told ABC News that the homes of the persons of interest were raided Wednesday night. Police removed shoes, electronic devices and other items they believe could help them determine if the two people played any role in the assault.

Neighbors said they believe the men, who are Nigerian, are brothers who grew up in that apartment, and have lived there for years. Neighbors described them as friendly and possibly body builders, and said they have long wanted to be actors.

Smollett said he was attacked around 2 a.m. on Jan. 29 in the 300-block of East North Water Street in Chicago's Streeterville neighborhood. He told police two masked men shouted homophobic slurs at him, attacked him, put a rope around his neck and poured a liquid on him that smelled like bleach.
Thursday, February 14, 2019 10:26PM

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FISHTOWN (WPVI) -- A woman pushing a stroller carrying her nephews was robbed in the Fishtown section of Philadelphia and police are searching for the suspect.

"The fact that she was pushing a baby, she appeared vulnerable to this person, and he followed her to an area where he felt that he could commit the crime and get away with it," Philadelphia Police Captain Nick Brown said.

"That's one of those, 'that will never happen to me' situations," Megan said.

And now that it has, it's prompted her to be both more aware, but unafraid.

When asked how often she walks down that street, Megan replied, "Daily. I've never not felt safe here. I think it was just bad luck - he was in the right spot, right time."

By Christie Ileto
Friday, February 08, 2019 07:16AM

Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Akron Public Schools and police investigate classroom fight captured on camera" bullying violence large fight gang up on white students
AKRON, Ohio - An Akron mother said her son's school should have done more to respond to a classroom fight that left the 12-year-old with head injuries and a concussion.

Cell phone video recorded by a student and shared on social media shows a confrontation between Liam Zirkle and a group of students that included an exchange of punches and several students kicking Liam while he was on the ground.

More than thirty seconds into the video of the fight, a teacher is heard telling students to "chill out" before making her way to Liam, prompting the other students involved to stop kicking him.

"I am disgusted," Liam's mother, Autumn Zirkle, said. "I could not believe there were two teachers like five feet from him."

She said a school administrator called to tell her about the fight before sending Liam home on the school bus, but she did not know how many other students were involved or the extent of the attack until she saw the cell phone video Friday night.

She filed a police report Saturday and took Liam to a hospital where she said he was treated for a bruised wrist and head injuries. Zirkle said Liam was experiencing nausea and was diagnosed with a concussion after returning to the hospital Monday.

She said the attackers had been bullying her son throughout the school year, and while she did not contact school administrators about the issue because her son feared retribution, she said school staff was aware.

She said Liam told her the fight started when another student punched him in the back while he was sitting at a desk.

"You worry about them in the bathrooms, in the hallways," Zirkle said. "I don't worry about my kids in the classroom; you think there's an adult there."

Akron Public Schools Director of Marketing Communications Mark Williamson said in a statement that the district is investigating and "will talk to all parties involved to find out exactly what occurred. The classroom teacher acted properly by calling the school resource officer to intervene and by calling parents."


Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Police release images of suspect in kidnapping, robbery of Georgia Tech students" "Sketch released of man accused of robbing and sexually assaulting Sam Houston student" sixing up the mark trick to get inside home to harm you commit robbery crime violence
POSTED: FEB 02 2019 01:27AM EST
ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - New video of one of the men police believes helped to kidnap four Georgia Tech students during a late-night doughnut run.

Atlanta Police said the male students decided to get something to eat at the Krispy Kreme on Ponce De Leon Avenue on Jan. 20. They were approached by two men who were panhandling near the doughnut shop around 11 p.m. One of the students gave the panhandlers $5, but that apparently wasn't enough because at least one of the men begging for money then pulled a gun.

The suspects stole the students' cellphones and forced them into a car. At this point, it isn't known if the vehicle belonged to the students or robbers.

After driving to a Wells Fargo ATM, each of the students was forced to withdraw $200, bringing the total amount of stolen cash to $800. That’s where the newly released images were taken.

The kidnappers continued to drive around with the students still in the vehicle. Police said when the car got near Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the students managed to jump and run for safety. None of them suffered any injuries.

By Deborah Wrigley
Thursday, February 07, 2019 05:55PM
HUNTSVILLE, Texas (KTRK) -- On Sunday, a Sam Houston State University student was bringing home extra pizza from a Super Bowl party where she had watched the game with friends.

Police say someone was watching her as she walked to her off-campus apartment in Huntsville, where other students live.

"She walked inside, and closed the door," said Huntsville PD Det. Everett Harrell. "He knocked, and asked if one of her roommates was there. It was a deception to get inside."

Harrell said the suspect held her at gunpoint, robbed her of what money she had, and after that, sexually assaulted her. He then forced her to drive to several ATMs and withdraw more cash.

"He told her he'd kill her if she tried to get away, if she called police, and said he knows where she lives," Harrell said.

The student gave information to create a sketch of her attacker's face. He's described as an African-American male, 5'9" to 5'11" with a thin athletic build. He wore a black hoodie, and over that, a distinctive denim vest.

The vest had designs on it that include a drawing of a tiger head, and the words, 'crazy tiger fighter' on the back.

Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Madison police upping patrols on Langdon St. after possible stranger assault" "Lakewood stabbing: Man charged with attempted murder in 'random' town hall attack" "Raleigh man accused of raping, robbing woman in violent, random attack" "Random Attacks In Brooklyn The Latest In String Of Hate Crimes Against Local Jewish Community"
February 3, 2019
According to Madison Police Chief Mike Koval’s blog, officers got a call around 3:30 p.m. from people in the area who saw a man dragging a woman toward Lake Mendota.

They then found a 19-year-old with multiple injuries to her face.

Police are saying it appeared to be a random attack.

LAKEWOOD - A township man has been charged after stabbing another man in the neck and head as the victim was getting on an elevator at the township municipal building Thursday morning.

The suspect allegedly stabbed a victim multiple times with a knife that police recovered shortly after, Lakewood Police Capt. Gregory Staffordsmith said earlier Thursday.

At about 10:55 a.m., police were alerted — by panic alarms — to reports of a man "acting disorderly" on the second floor of the complex, Staffordsmith said. The man, sitting in a hallway chair when police arrived, stood up and struck at least one officer in the eye with a closed fist.

By Elaina Athans
Wednesday, January 23, 2019
RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- A Raleigh man is accused of robbing and raping a woman in a violent attack.

According to the arrest warrant, the victim was found with "significant bruising to neck" and a bloody nose. The warrants said Reese repeatedly hit the woman in the ear and face and choked her with his bare hands.

January 30, 2019 at 11:33 pm
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Hate crimes against the Jewish community are on the rise in New York City.

No one spoke, but police say the men punched the victim in the face and body, leaving him with cuts and bruises.

Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Teens arrested for string of Bay Area armed robberies, police say" "4 Teens Arrested, Linked To 19 Robberies Near Atms" "Juvenile Court Judge wants more organizations to help parents discipline children" black crime violence murder homicide denial deceit delusion
Drew Costley Updated 9:16 am PST, Saturday, February 9, 2019
Four teenage boys, all 16 or 17, have been arrested and are suspected of committing a string of 19 armed robberies throughout the Bay Area over the past month, San Leandro police said in a press release Friday.

Police said the robbery spree began in early January in downtown Oakland and included four incidents in San Leandro. Most of the robberies took place at ATM machines, according to the San Leandro Police Department.

The robbery happened when Krans was starting his walk home from Fruitvale BART after commuting from work at KCBS in San Francisco. He crossed a dark parking lot when he heard someone yell, "Hey!"

"And I was like, 'Oh crap, that's not a friendly greeting,'" he recalled. Then, he said, he saw a young man with a gun pointed at him, so he handed over his backpack and wallet. "It was over really quickly, but having a gun pointed at you is never really a fun experience."

Krans said what he wants most of the situation, now that he's gotten his belongings back, is to meet the teenagers who committed the crimes. "If anything I want to meet the kids to find out their situation. Like, 'How did you get into this situation where you felt like you needed to this?'

"One of the lieutenants said to me that they hope that these kids can get the resources that they need to kind of hopefully straighten their lives out."

Posted: 5:57 PM, Feb 09, 2019 Updated: 10:32 PM, Feb 09, 201
By: Brandon Marshall
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — The latest deadly shooting in Nashville involving five minors has caused people in the community to raise questions about the juvenile justice system and restorative justice measures.

Metro Nashville Police said the two stolen guns recovered were reported stolen. The pistols were taken from two unlocked vehicles. One vehicle was stolen Wednesday, January 6th 2019, the other pistol was stolen last year. It’s unclear how the juveniles got both guns in their possession.

The mother of 16-year-old Decorrius Wright who was charged with homicide after Thursday's fatal shooting , told Newschannel 5 her son was at the Juvenile Justice Center Wednesday night before the shooting because he ran away. She picked him up.

On Thursday, Wright, Diamond Lewis, 15, of Dinwiddie Drive, and Roniyah McKnight, 14, of Clifton Avenue were charged with homicide in the death of 24-year-old Kyle Yorlets . A 12-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy were also charged.

Davidson County Juvenile Court Judge Sheila Calloway said kids at this age struggle to find themselves.

Calloway said the community needs more services for parents on how to discipline their children. She also suggested parents ask churches or local organizations for help on how to teach their children right and wrong if needed.

Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry and Knockout Game) Commentary News Video "Stranger assaults multiple people unprovoked in Ann Arbor" black male punches white student girl over 15 time picks up chair hits in the back of the head resident in denial deceit delusion about attacks
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Officials with the University of Michigan issued a warning Sunday after two students were attacked Saturday night by a stranger in Ann Arbor.

The first assault happened just before 9 p.m. at the Starbucks located in the 200 block of State Street. Police said a man entered the shop, approached a student who was sitting and struck them in the back of their head with a chair.

The second assault happened at about 10:30 p.m. at West Park. Police said a man approached a woman who was walking through the park and began punching her. She was hit at least 15 times.

According to authorities, both of these encounters were unprovoked and neither victim knew the man who assaulted them.

By Koco McAboy - Reporter, Dane Sager Kelly
Posted: 6:14 PM, February 10, 2019
Updated: 6:14 PM, February 10, 2019

Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry and Knockout Game) Commentary News on CCTV of an assault and robbery in the bronx of a apparent hypster riding an electric moped e-bike. He is knocked unconscious from behind by a group of young black men some possibly juvenile teens. we can't understand how this happened because the hallway the group was walking down clearly had a sign that read "Patrolled by NYPD's Operation Clean Halls"

Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Carjack suspect sought in death of Georgia businessman, philanthropist, Air Force vet, Jack Hough" "Well-known businessman shot, killed during attempted robbery outside CVS" "Arrest made in shooting death of businessman during attempted robbery outside CVS" crime violence murder homicide carjack
By Louis Casiano | Fox News Feb 10, 2019
Jack Hough, 73, was sitting in his car while his wife shopped in a pharmacy when the suspect approached him around 8 p.m., according to reports. After a brief struggle, Hough was shot in the chest.

Hough, an Air Force veteran, was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead. He largely built his success as the founder of MSE Branded Food Systems.

Hough was known to mentor young people who wanted to start business-related careers and was a board member of the Hall-Dawson Court Appointed Special Advocate program, which works to place abused and neglected children in safe homes.

Witnesses told police they saw a man wearing all black clothing, a hoodie and mask wandering around the parking lot outside the store, Atlanta's WSB-TV reported.

By: Tom Regan
Updated: Feb 8, 2019 - 6:23 PM
GAINESVILLE, Ga. - Police are investigating after a north Georgia businessman was shot and killed outside a CVS store in Hall County Thursday night.

The shooting happened at the CVS on Parkhill Drive in Gainesville around 7:45 p.m.

Investigators say a man wearing all black clothing, a hoodie and a mask was seen by several people wandering in the parking lot outside the store.

Updated: Feb 10, 2019 - 1:00 PM
Gainesville police announced they arrested 24-year-old Demarvin Bennett of East Point around 2 a.m. Sunday. Gainesville Police Chief Jay Parrish said Bennett is not connected with any other crimes recently in the area, but he does have a record.

Police believe Bennett approached Hough, who had his car window open, in an attempt to carjack or rob him and the two began to struggle. Hough was shot in the chest and rushed to a hospital, where he died.

Parrish said officers also found what they believe is the gun used to kill Hough.

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BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - The Berkeley County Coroner has identified a teenager killed in a Cordesville murder.

Authorities say 17-year-old Alex Lee Tisdale of Cordesville died on Tuesday.

Rayquan Glover, of Moncks Corner, has been charged with Tisdale’s murder and was booked into the Hill-Finklea Detention Center Tuesday just before 8 p.m., according to Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Carli Drayton.

Tisdale’s family and friends were also in court. The victim’s mother told the judge she is now scared for her other children to get on and off the school bus."

“I definitely feel [Glover} is a harm to my family considering my son is no longer with us," she said.

“Parents should be more aware of what’s going on in their [kids] lives and just make sure they know where their kids are at and what they’re doing," Albert Lee Tisdale said. “I had no idea this would happen to my son... and it hurts.”

Deputies responded to a house on Hard Pinch Road just after 10 a.m. Tuesday and found the teen dead in the driveway, Coroner George Oliver said.

Oliver said someone else was with the teen when it happened and they were the one who called for help.

“It was another individual that was with the victim, and he immediately ran to a neighbor’s house and called 911,” Oliver said.

“I love my son," said Tisdale. “And if you love your son you should get more involved in their lives. Monitor their Facebook and simple things that may have saved my son’s life.”

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Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "One killed, one injured in shooting at Lansing housing complex" black crime violence murder homicide don't full trust be on your guard around black don't turn your back
LANSING – A teenager was killed and another female wounded in a shooting Thursday afternoon at a southwest Lansing housing complex.

The incident happened about 3:45 p.m. in the 3900 block of Burneway Drive, inside the Woodside Meadows development, just north of Jolly Road.

Officers found three females, two of whom had been shot, Lansing police said in a news release. The two shooting victims were taken to a local hospital by Lansing Fire Department paramedics.

Hanna Barron, 19, of Lansing, was pronounced dead, police said. The other victim was in stable condition on Thursday night. Police did not release her name or age.

Police were searching for a black male in his late teens or early 20s, dressed in dark clothing. Police said he ran into a wooded area just south of the shooting scene. A K-9 team tried to track him but were unsuccessful, police said.

Ken Palmer, Lansing State Journal Published 5:08 p.m. ET Jan. 10, 2019 | Updated 3:02 p.m. ET Jan. 11, 2019

Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Five suspects, ages 12 to 16, busted in fatal shooting of Nashville musician Kyle Yorlets" "Police ID juveniles charged in deadly shooting of Nashville singer" teen black mob crime murder super predators
Five teens — including one as young as 12 — were arrested in the shooting death and robbery of 24-year-old singer Kyle Yorlets in Tennessee.

Metropolitan Nashville Police identified three of the teens in a Friday news release as Roniyah McKnight, 14, Diamond Lewis, 15, and Decorrius Wright, 16.

The other juveniles are a 12-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy. Tennessee law prohibits the identification of suspects under age 13.

Yorlets, a Pennsylvania native and Belmont University graduate, was shot outside his Nashville home Thursday afternoon.

Investigators believe Yorlets was shot after refusing to hand over his car keys to the teens, who had already taken his wallet.

He made it back inside after he was shot, where one of his housemates found him — and was later pronounced dead at Vanderbilt University Medical center.

The teens’ getaway vehicle was a stolen red Chevrolet Colorado pick-up truck and was later abandoned.

Two stolen pistols were found at the time of the arrest. The vehicle was also recovered.

All five teens will charged with criminal homicide.

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"The entire Nashville community, every neighborhood in this city should be concerned about what happened Thursday and the events of Thursday night. A truly innocent man was murdered outside of his home and as the investigation progressed, we now have five juveniles ranging in age from 12 to 16 in custody, we have two stolen loaded guns and two stolen vehicles that they were involved with on yesterday," Aaron said.

Posted: 4:12 PM, Feb 07, 2019 Updated: 3:27 PM, Feb 08, 2019
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Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "TSSAA investigating brawls from three Memphis high school basketball games on same night" large fights riots violence hostility crime argy bargy
Friday was fight night for Memphis high school basketball.

The state's high school athletic association is working with six Memphis high schools involved in three separate brawls on Friday night.

Those three fights left one entire girls varsity team suspended for two games due to ejections with the other girls team down to three players.

The fights involved Sheffield and Overton girls, Wooddale and Melrose boys and Fairley and Westwood boys teams.

Overton's girls led Sheffield 56-39 with 4:20 left when a fight broke out, the report stated. The game was not resumed due to lack of players remaining after ejections.

According to the officials report, the fight involving Wooddale and Melrose came with 1:13 left after a Wooddale player tossed the ball behind him to a player from Melrose, who threw it back at the Wooddale player and hit him in the head. A Wooddale teammate then grabbed the ball and hit the Melrose player with the ball.

The report stated the Melrose and Wooddale players then got involved in a fist fight. Fans stormed the court from both sides and at least one Melrose player ran onto the court from the bench.

The Westwood-Fairley fight happened after the game ended. A Fairley player and Westwood player exchanged words while the teams were coming together to shake hands and began to square up to fight, the report said.


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