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Colin Flaherty author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry commentary news video politico article Trump snubs Jared Kushner’s signature accomplishment
The president thinks criminal justice reform is a political loser, and hasn't been shy about saying so. Signing into law 2018 First Step Act and the Juvenile Justice Reform Act
Kushner reiterated the positive selling points of that bill during the Oval Office meeting as Trump campaign officials and White House aides ticked through the president’s achievements, wondering which would resonate most with his adoring base. But Trump wasn’t interested and told Kushner he didn’t think his core voters would care much about a bipartisan deal for which he’s since accused Democrats of trying to steal credit.
“It was clear he thinks it’s a total dud,” said a person familiar with the meeting. “He made it abundantly clear he doesn’t think it’s worth talking about.”
Colin Flaherty author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry commentary news video 'Extremely Frustrating': Suspect Accused of Breaking Into 81-Year-Old Grandmother's Home Was Awaiting Trial for Similar Charges. Andre Marquis Owens is currently facing 119 charges and is in jail on a nearly $1 million bond. black crime violence criminal justice reform no bond release out of jail
Bradley Dixon said his grandmother's home on Mebane Oaks Road in Mebane was broken into on July 12, 2019.
Two weeks later, 29-year-old Andre Marquis Owens was arrested by the Alamance County Sheriff's Office following an investigation, according to a press release.
"I remember getting a call from my grandma at 8:30, 9 p.m. at night, which is not typical," said Dixon.
Dixon said his grandmother's house was broken into during an approximately 30-minute time frame in the late morning when she had left her Mebane home.
"They forced the storm door, and then they attempted to force the main dead-bolted door, and then when that failed, I guess they took a donkey kick and forced it from behind and kicked it open," said Dixon.
The grandmother returned home to find her drawer's dumped out, things thrown everywhere, and house in total disarray, Dixon said. In terms of what was stolen, Dixon said his grandmother prefers not to share those details, but called police right away.
After the crime, Dixon turned to social media to help find who robbed his grandmother's home.
He wrote a Facebook post, which has since accumulated almost 3,000 shares.
"That is extremely frustrating that we are entrusting the government to protect us, but they are allowing these cases to be continued, and it allows these criminal who are habitual to leave jail instead of waiting in jail for the trial," said Dixon.
Owens was arrested May 2018 for numerous breaking and entering charges and used multiple vehicles for the crimes, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office Facebook page.
Owens' is currently listed as awaiting trial for 119 charges and as arrested May 2018, according to the Alamance County Sheriff's Office inmate inquiry website. His bond is now set at $985,000 for a long list of charges including possession of weapon by a felon, larceny after breaking and entering, cruelty to animals, and larceny of a firearm.
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Suspect connected to brutal beating of woman in carjacking was out on bond"
HOUSTON - A mother of six is recovering from her injuries after her life was threatened and she was brutally beaten early Tuesday morning.
She's also wondering how one of the suspects in the crime was still on the streets due to his lengthy criminal history.
According to Samantha Mora, Harris and David tried to force her mother into the Jeep and one of them reportedly said to the other, “Just shove her in the car and shoot her."
Police attempted to get the driver to stop but he refused and ended up leading authorities on a 10-mile long chase that ended in northeast Houston on Breland Street near Sandra Street when the driver lost control and crashed into a tree, officers said.
According to police:
In December 2016, Harris was charged with assault on a public servant in Hidalgo County.
In March 2017, Harris pleaded guilty and got six years of probation.
In October 2017, Harris was charged with capital murder.
In November 2017, his probation was revoked.
In April 2019, Harris was sentenced to two years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for assault on a peace officer. He had already served 589 days in jail.
In May 2019, he was sent to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
In June 2019, he was released from mandatory supervision.
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A citizen tip has led to the arrest of a man who robbed a woman in a Walmart parking lot March 21, police say.
Kori Draper got in to a woman’s car and demanded her to get out, according to the arrest warrant. He dragged her by her hair and ripped a significant amount out before throwing her to the ground.
Draper tried to steal from the woman’s car, but after several people noticed the situation, he ran away from the parking lot.
The Arlington Police Department Media Unit released a cell phone video with the suspect in it. A tip said that Draper could be a possible suspect. His facial and physical characteristics matched the person in the cell phone video, according to the arrest warrant.
By Taylor Boser
Published Mar 29, 2019 at 9:36 PM
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Monday, December 17, 2018
Two people have been arrested and charged in connection with an attempted robbery and subsequent shooting that injured multiple people at a birthday party at a Durham apartment complex Saturday evening.
Ledarius Samuel, 20, and Antoine Page, 17 were both arrested in connection with the crime.
Posted January 18, 2017
Durham police said officers responded to a reported shooting in the 2500 block of South Roxboro Street just before 8 p.m. Thursday and located a deceased man.
The man was later identified as Felipe Aleman Perez, 42, of Durham. An 18-year-old man was also shot during the incident and taken to a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
Ledarius Ramsey Samuel, 18, of Durham was arrested Wednesday and charged with murder, assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury and four counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon in connection with the incident.
Posted July 11, 2016
Ledarius Rumsey Samuel, 18, was charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon, conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon, assault by pointing a gun, larceny of a motor vehicle, breaking and entering of a motor vehicle and five counts of possession of stolen goods.
Authorities said on April 22, Samuel robbed a woman at gunpoint at an apartment complex on Chapel Hill Road. The woman was walking to her apartment when Samuel approached her and demanded her purse, authorities said.
The charges for possession of stolen goods stem from several vehicle break-ins in the area of Bridgefield Place and Neal Road during the month of June. The stolen items included several sets of keys, phones, headphones and packages stolen off a porch on Bridgefield Place, authorities said.
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ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Circuit Attorney said the city can’t arrest its way out of the crime problem, so she’s trying to reduce crime by changing policy.
Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner said her new approach focuses on the causes of crime.
She said the city’s high arrest rates, conviction rates, and lengthy prison sentences have not made the city any safer.
Gardner said the heavy-handed criminal justice response in the past has played a significant role in destabilizing families and neighborhoods out of access to job opportunities and housing.
“This is why we are taking a new approach. One where we work with service providers to help address the underlying drivers of crime, including substance abuse, disorders, mental illnesses, joblessness, and hopelessness while reserving our harshest response incarceration for those who truly are a danger to our community," she said.
The circuit attorney said she’ll begin discussions on changing her office policy, as well as plans for alternatives to incarceration, and bail and bond practices.
POSTED 12:16 PM, JANUARY 30, 2019, BY STAFF WRITER, UPDATED AT 12:05PM, JANUARY 30, 2019
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POSTED 9:06 AM, JANUARY 24, 2019, BY FOX59 WEB, UPDATED AT 05:04PM, JANUARY 24, 2019
According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD), this all started when officers tried to make a traffic stop around 7 a.m. The driver took off, leading officers on a brief pursuit.
The car stopped at the intersection of Prospect and Randolph in the Fountain Square area. During the chase, Warner got out and ran off. SWAT and K9 officers were called to help with the search; the heavy police presence prompted two nearby schools to go on lockdown as a precaution.
Investigators believe Warner shot and killed Richard Pettry Junior on Jan. 12.
The dispute between Pettry and Warner appears to have started in December when Pettry was called to help a family member who has a drug problem and claimed she was trapped inside a house.
When Pettry went to help that family member, he was allegedly confronted by a man with a gun.
Posted: Thu 5:44 PM, Jan 24, 2019 | Updated: Fri 8:27 AM, Jan 25, 2019
21-year-old, Jaquan Sturdevant, was arrested when detectives searched an apartment near Monroe and Scottwood. He now faces murder charges.
Investigators say Zachary Duprey, 26, suffered at least one gunshot wound. Emergency personnel treated Duprey at the scene. He was then rushed to an area hospital, where he later died.
Author: Chloe Alexander
Published: 1:13 PM CST January 30, 2019
Updated: 6:43 PM CST January 30, 2019
PASADENA, Texas — The Pasadena Police Chief, Josh Bruegger posted a video to Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PasadenaPoliceTx/videos/2304400186464056/ , is very angry with a Harris County judge after an armed robbery suspect was released from jail twice without having to post bond.
“You have the frustration that we catch them and they’re turning around and sending ‘em back out,” said Chief Bruegger.
Jones was arrested last week for multiple armed robberies at Walgreens and CVS stores in Pasadena.
On Jan. 6, he was arrested for unlawfully carrying a weapon in a motor vehicle. He was released on a personal bond.
On Jan. 13, Jones allegedly committed two more aggravated robberies in Pasadena. He was arrested and charged with four counts of aggravated robbery and one count of aggravated assault.
Jones was again released from jail on another personal bond, which is a signature that guarantees his promise to appear in court at a later date.
A clerk said Judge Morton, who was elected in November 2018 and sworn in earlier January, was out for the day and declining to comment about this case.
According to bond paperwork, Jones is required to wear a GPS monitor and must follow a curfew. He’s due in court February 27 on a misdemeanor gun possession charge and March 26 on six felony charges.
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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – As the investigation continues into the deadly IHOP shooting on Wednesday night, we’re learning more about the man police say first opened fire.
WHNT News 19 has learned this is not the first time 25-year-old Roderick Turner was involved in a violent incident with a gun. In fact, Turner was charged with assault involving a firearm three times with three different victims. However, Madison County prosecutors say those cases were hampered by the unwillingness of the victims and witnesses to testify. Turner was never convicted on any of those charges.
Authorities say Turner grew angry, apparently upset about the food service.
Police tell us the argument turned into a physical altercation between Turner and Brown’s son. Investigators say at some point Turner reached for his gun and shot at the two IHOP employees.
His bullets struck Roy Brown and his son. It’s unclear which one of them was hit first, but police say Brown’s son then pulled out his own gun and shot Turner. HPD says seven shots were fired during the incident.
Roy Brown and Turner both died from gunshot wounds in the upper torso area. Brown’s son survived but was hospitalized.
POSTED 5:01 PM, JANUARY 18, 2019, BY CHELSEA BRENTZEL
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A violent attack in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood has a business owner pleading for help from police.
Employees at HVMN, which makes nutritional foods and supplements, said they aren't feeling safe after a co-worker saw a violent attack Tuesday outside the company's office on Mason Street.
The startup's CEO Geoffrey Woo posted video of the attack on Twitter, asking police and city leaders for help.
"I think it's boiled over to a point of frustration, of worrying about our safety," Woo said. "We are going out eating lunch, walking around in the neighborhood. It's scary."
"If there are cops around, there's not nearly as much going on," resident Diane Tomasello said. "If no cops are around, all kinds of stuff is going on."
"If it doesn't get better, I don't think we'll have a choice," he said. "We'll have to move out."
By Jean Elle
Published Dec 19, 2018 at 10:16 PM | Updated at 2:55 PM PST on Dec 20, 2018
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December 18, 2018 | 6:29am
TUPELO, Miss. — A Mississippi teen was jailed after officials arrested him for the drive-by shooting death of a 66-year-old woman.
Lee County Sheriff Jim Johnson told news outlets 17-year-old Latavious Betts was charged as an adult with murder and aggravated assault in Annie Walton’s Dec. 7 death.
Johnson said Betts fired a dozen or more shots into a house near Verona, killing Walton and wounding four others.
Betts was earlier charged with first-degree murder for a March 22 shooting at a Verona car wash. He’s also charged with aggravated assault in a July 8 convenience store shooting that injured two.
The teen was jailed without bail because he’s accused of violating previous release terms. It’s unclear if he has a lawyer. Betts was captured Friday after a week on the run.
By William Moore Daily Journal Dec 11, 2018
In April, Latavious Betts, then 16, was charged with murder but was released from jail by the Verona Police Department and Police Chief J.B. Long with only the juvenile’s signature.
“Mr. Betts never should have been out on the streets,” said Lee County Sheriff Jim Johnson. “The (April) initial appearance and $50,000 bond was not approved by a judge. The waiver of initial appearance was not signed by a judge. And he was allowed to walk out of (the jail) without any kind of promissory note or surety. He walked out of here on a signature bond.”
When reached by phone late Tuesday in Natchez, Long would not answer questions on why he released a 16-year-old charged as an adult with murder on a recognizance bond.
“I don’t have any of the papers with me so I am not going to make any comment,” Long told the Daily Journal.
Because there were no documents in Lee County Justice Court for the April murder charge, when Betts was arrested in July for a late night shooting at a Verona convenience store, he was released on bond.
“If Judge (Sadie) Holland had known he was out on bond for murder, she would have held him without bond,” Johnson said. “Instead, she set bond at $50,000. He posted a professional bond and was released again.”
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "California arrest rates at historic lows, racial disparities still wide" black mob violence murder robbery prison incarceration data San Francisco bay area crime rates, economic conditions and policing policies criminal justice reform
California arrest rates have plummeted to numbers not seen in decades, but a stark racial disparity remains in place as black people were still three times as likely as whites to be arrested in 2016, according to a new report.
Researchers for the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California found that African Americans are highly overrepresented in arrests, accounting for 16.3 percent of those taken into custody in 2016 while making up just 5.7 percent of the overall population. White people made up 36 percent of arrests and 38.1 percent of the population, and Latinos represented 39 percent of the population and 41 percent of arrests.
The study, “New Insights Into California Arrests,” was released Monday and is the first analysis of its kind, according to researchers who tracked statewide arrest trends from 1980 to 2016. The institute found that overall arrest rates in California were lower in 2016 than any other year in the study and have dropped by more than half since peaking in 1989, according to arrests and citations that law enforcement agencies report monthly to the California Department of Justice.
The gulf between white and black arrest rates has narrowed slightly in recent years — black people were 3.6 times more likely to be arrested than whites in the early 1990s. Meanwhile, racial disparities between white and Latino arrests have closed almost entirely in the last quarter century. Latinos were arrested 1.8 times as often as whites in the early 1990s, and 1.1 times as often in 2016.
While the first piece of the project delivers trends on raw, long-term data, the second will explore how factors like crime rates, economic conditions and policing policies contribute to arrest trends.
Ron Lawrence, 1st vice president of the California Police Chiefs Association, said the racial arrest data doesn’t show the full picture. The report includes no distinction between an arrest that resulted from proactive contact like a traffic or pedestrian stop, and one that was generated by a call for service.
Police have no say in who calls 911 for help, “whereas if it’s a proactive arrest they have a lot of discretion,” said Lawrence, who is also the chief of police in Citrus Heights (Sacramento County) and was on the advisory committee for the study. “This report doesn’t delve into that area; it’s really unfortunate. That would tell a much more accurate story.”
Criminal justice reform advocates say it’s difficult to trace the disparities to a single cause, but say many issues that are currently handled by police could be better served by community organizations.
“I think we as a state have invested in criminalization as the go-to response to a host of social issues, from drug use and abuse to homelessness to school discipline,” said Zachary Norris, executive director of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights.
A heavy officer presence “contributes to the criminalization and over-policing of black and brown people,” he said.
Some of the people arrested could benefit from proven, community-based solutions, Norris said. He pointed to restorative justice efforts in schools as alternatives to suspension, and “violence interruption” programs like in Richmond, which pays people who are prone to violence to act as ambassadors and stay out of trouble.
Researchers point to falling arrest rates of juveniles and young adults as the primary driver for the overall decline. The arrest rate for those 17 or younger dropped by 84 percent between 1980 and 2016, and by 63 percent for adults between 18 and 24 during that same time period.
There’s one major demographic, however, that has fared worse in recent years. Women, who in the early 1980s made up about 14 percent of all arrests, now account for about a quarter. Violent felony arrests declined 37 percent for men and increased by 62 percent for women, while lower-level arrests dropped by 25 percent for men but increased by 67 percent for women.
Megan Cassidy Dec. 3, 2018 Updated: Dec. 4, 2018 5:43 p.m.
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The 47-year-old lawyer, who ran on ending “mass incarceration” and cutting off relations between Boston and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, won the Democratic primary for district attorney of Suffolk County in a rout, leading her closest rival by 16 points. If Rollins defeats her independent opponent in a general election that has no GOP candidate, the county's nearly 800,000 residents will have a chief prosecutor intent on remaking the criminal justice system. No more cash bail. No more civil asset forfeiture. No more racial disparity in who does and doesn't go to jail.
"I believe there are certain things we're just going to reject,” Rollins said in an interview before the primary. “I think there are certain charges that I don't want to prosecute any longer. Those are overwhelmingly the charges that fall on the mentally ill and those with substance abuse disorder."
Rollins, who spent just $230,000 on her campaign, is the latest in a string of reform-minded candidates who will be district attorneys in deep-blue cities — places that, for years, elected Democrats who ran on “law and order” platforms. The effort to elect them, which began before the 2016 election but has accelerated, has succeeded in Chicago, Philadelphia and St. Louis and failed in some other blue cities. But it's created a blueprint for electing reformist prosecutors and for shaping their agendas.
The first victory in the campaign came in early 2016, when George Soros plunked $300,000 into a PAC created to elect Kim Foxx as the state's attorney of Cook County, Ill. Foxx won the Democratic primary, tantamount to election in the deep-blue county, proving that the investments in races that sometimes attracted little money or attention could work.
In 2017, a larger coalition came together behind Larry Krasner, a defense attorney running in Philadelphia after suing the city's police force 75 times. He won the Democratic primary, then the general election, despite being opposed by the city's police union and the Philadelphia Inquirer.
"When you talk to progressive voters, terms like 'mass incarceration' and 'the school-to-prison pipeline' — those are terms we all understand,” said Noah Phillips, the attorney who lost in Sacramento. “They need to resonate with moderate voters, too. They will once we do the work and they understand."
"Soros has come and leveled the playing field, and so has Real Justice,” Price said. “You don’t think it’s fair, huh? You thought it was going to be great, to have an unfair advantage?"
But at the doors, it was clear that some voters who considered themselves liberal Democrats were unready to back a reformist district attorney. Price spent close to 20 minutes with one voter who had complained to the city about a nearby house that was being squatted in by drug dealers; Price could not quite convince her that focusing on treatment instead of incarceration would keep her neighborhood safe.
"We are one of the most progressive counties in the country, and we have one of the most regressive justice systems,” Price said. “Soros isn’t the real story. The real story is the police money that came in from across the state to stop us. The real story is who owns our criminal justice system. Mr. Soros doesn’t own the system, they do."
By the end of summer, the movement seemed to regain its footing. In Missouri's August primary, Ferguson City Councilman Wesley Bell ousted St. Louis County's longtime prosecutor in a race colored by the aftermath of Michael Brown's killing by a police officer. And in the run-up to Sept. 4, the campaign for Rollins in Boston seemed to be coming together. She had a five-way primary, a compelling story and eventually the endorsement of the Boston Globe.
By David Weigel David Weigel September 5
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Robber Killed By Customer In Prospect: PD - He was previously convicted for plotting to kill NBA legend Ray Allen's stepfather." "Suspect killed in botched Prospect robbery tied to murder plot involving Ray Allen's stepfather" self defense against black assault crime murder violence hostility
By Rich Scinto, Patch Staff | Dec 3, 2018 1:35 pm ET | Updated Dec 3, 2018 4:40 pm ET
PROSPECT, CT — A man who was shot and killed during a robbery attempt by a gun-wielding customer was once involved in a conspiracy to murder NBA star Ray Allen's stepfather.
Torrance Battle, 44, of Waterbury held up Rt. 69 Auto Sales in Prospect Nov. 30 along with another masked man, State Police said. The two robbers then began to assault several employees including the store owner.
A customer drew his legally-registered firearm and fired at the robbers who then ran from the store. Battle was located nearby after being hit by gun fire and was pronounced dead at the scene. The second robber wasn't located.
The store owner and employee were transported to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
Battle was arrested in 2005 and later sentenced to 15 years in prison suspended after 10 years for the conspiracy to murder Allen's stepfather Derek Hopson.
Battle conspired with Ernest Garlington to kill Hopson, according to the Hartford Courant. Garlington had married Hopson's ex-wife. Hopson was beaten in 2002 and was shot at a year later, but the assailant missed.
Mike Agogliati Evan Sobol Posted Nov 30, 2018
PROSPECT (WFSB) - A man once tied to a plot to murder UConn great Ray Allen's stepfather was shot and killed during a botched robbery attempt Friday.
According to Police, two masked men armed with handguns entered through the rear of the business and advanced to the customer service area at the front of the building.
The assailants began to physically assault several of the employees, to include the owner of the business.
Police said a customer at the business witnessed the assault and drew his legally registered firearm and discharged rounds toward the assailants.
The assailants then ran and exited through the rear of the business.
A State Police K-9 team responded to the scene and located a 44 year old male in proximity to Rt. 69 Auto Sales. The male, later identified as Battle, sustained gunshot wounds and was pronounced deceased by paramedics.
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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Jermaine W. Atterbury, one of the three teenagers facing murder charges in the killing of 56-year-old Michael Robin Griffin, is in Broward County jail Friday.
When Atterbury, who turned 18 in late September, appeared in Broward County court Friday morning in Fort Lauderdale, his mother started shouting. "My son is innocent," she said. "It wasn't premeditated."
Coconut Creek Police Department detectives say Atterbury was driving a Chevy Avalance, when 17-year-old Jason Junior Prendergast, of Port St. Lucie, shot Griffin in an apparent robbery attempt. Detectives believe 16-year-old Dominic Soto was a passenger in the pickup truck.
Prosecutors charged the trio with murder. The crime scene was in the parking lot of the Walmart at 5571 W. Hillsboro Blvd., in Coconut Creek. Griffin was found dead next to his red Chevrolet Camaro.
By Samantha Bryant - Reporter, Andrea Torres - Digital Reporter/Producer
Posted: 2:14 PM, November 23, 2018
Updated: 7:24 PM, November 23, 2018
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By Janice Broach | November 26, 2018 at 10:11 PM CST - Updated November 27 at 9:08 AM
Memphis police want to find the man who jumped out of a car and severely beat a bike rider with a baseball bat.
"All I know is what a witness told me because I was knocked unconscious,” said Neil Wadlington.
"The witness said a guy got out of a car and hit me with a bat,” Wadlington said.
"I do have some broken bones, got a broken nose and some facial bones that are broken,” Wadlington said.
Wadlington also lost a tooth.
November 26, 2018 9:32 pm
WASHINGTON — Metro Transit police are trying to determined the identity of two suspects, after a blind passenger was pushed and threatened on a Red Line train Monday morning.
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By: fox5dc.com staff , Evan Lambert
POSTED: NOV 26 2018 06:34PM EST
VIDEO POSTED: NOV 26 2018 10:57PM EST
UPDATED: NOV 26 2018 11:08PM EST
WASHINGTON - Metro Transit Police are searching for two suspects who reportedly assaulted a blind man with a service dog on a Red Line train.
Police say the blind man accidentally bumped into one of the suspects as he boarded the train. The suspect allegedly responding by pushing and threatening the victim.
A witness reported to police that she intervened and attempted to defuse the situation, but the suspects cursed at her. When she tried to call police, she said the suspects tried to grab her phone. However, the woman held on to her device and called police. She was also able to record video of the altercation between the two suspects and the blind man as the train continued on to the next two stops, the police report states.
Police say things escalated when the train arrived at the NoMa-Gallaudet U station. According to witnesses, it became an all-out brawl when people tried to protect the blind man from the pushing and shoving by the suspects
The second suspect is described as a black male between 18 and 20 years old. He was wearing a black knit cap with blue stonewashed jeans.
If you have any information about the suspects, you are asked to call Metro Transit Police at 301-955-5000 or send a text to MyMTPD (696875).
by Stephen Tschida/ABC7Monday, November 26th 2018
WASHINGTON (ABC7) — It happened fast on Thanksgiving night — a shout, then a flurry of fists.
"He yelled, 'White man!' and I looked and he wound up and clocked me. I fell down and he clocked me again," the 61-year-old victim told ABC7 News.
The victim was left deaf in one ear, a badly bruised jaw swollen face, and doctors initially suspected bleeding on the brain.
The victim in this assault is also gay, but he believes the suspect targeted him for his race. He says the man made it clear he attacked out of hate.
"He immediately said, 'White boy' and 'White M-F' and stuff like that... 'White... white... white."
November 26, 2018 at 6:54 pm
Last Wednesday, Eagles players and the Eagles Social Justice Fund donated $50,000 to help the Philadelphia Community Bail Fund bailout nine people. Today, they organized this service fair and luncheon that links the bailees to community non-profits.
by Samantha Melamed, Posted: November 26, 2018
Jenkins, a cofounder of the social-justice advocacy group the Players Coalition, was at the Kensington nonprofit Impact Services to call for reforms to the city's money-bail system, which he called unjust and racist. Ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, Jenkins and other Eagles players posted $25,000 — matched by $25,000 from the Eagles Social Justice Fund — to bail out nine Philadelphians so they could be home with their families.
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“The president’s behavior towards me made me wonder: What did he have to gain by saying such a thing about a fellow Republican,” the Utah lawmaker said in Salt Lake City.
“It was not really about asking him to do more, was it? Or was it something else? Well Mr. President, we’ll have to chat about that,” she continued during her concession speech after a tight race with Democratic Rep.-elect Ben McAdams.
“However, this gave me a clear vision of his world as it is. No real relationships, just convenient transactions. That is an insufficient way to implement sincere service and policy,” she said.
“This election experience and these comments shines a spotlight on the problems Washington politicians have with minorities and black Americans — it’s transactional, it’s not personal,” she said, CNN reported.
“You see, we feel like politicians claim they know what’s best for us from a safe distance, yet they’re never willing to take us home. Because Republicans never take minority communities into their home and citizens into their homes and into their hearts, they stay with Democrats and bureaucrats in Washington because they do take them home — or at least make them feel like they have a home.”
Trump mocked Love and other losing Republicans at a press conference the day after the midterms.
“Mia Love gave me no love and she lost. Too bad. Sorry about that Mia,” Trump said.
By Augusta Robinson Nov 26, 2018
Three East Texans have been arrested and booked into the Smith County Jail in connection with the slaying of an elderly man who was found on the floor of an outbuilding behind his home on Friday.
Brentavian Henderson, 22, of Bullard, Krystal Dixon, 25, of Tyler, and Tationna Mosley, 19, of Tyler, each face a capital murder charge and are being held on $750,000 bonds.
Law enforcement officials say they found the body of 77-year-old Roy Bowins around 3:45 p.m. Friday after a caller requested they do a welfare check at Bowins’ home.
Law enforcement officials say Henderson had reportedly been driving the victim’s 2015 Chevrolet Impala since around Nov. 13.
Smith said Bowins was beaten severely and that it appears the offense occurred around Nov. 13. His was body was taken to the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences Friday night.
“Because of the weather we’ve been having, there was thankfully no significant decomposition, which really helps us in an investigation,” Smith said.
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November 16, 2018 at 5:05 pm
SHARON (CBS) – A Hyde Park man is facing charges after police say he broke into a Sharon home and assaulted a woman at knife point while her three young children were nearby.
Multiple people, including children, called 911 from a home on Billings Street following the incident Thursday night around 11:30 p.m.
“She had words with him obviously to defend the children, and kind of tried to shield them, he took a glass frame and drove it into her skull,” said Dep. Chief Don Brewer of the Sharon Police.
That’s when Sharon Police Officer Richard Derry arrived.
“I encountered a lady who was all bloody, she’s screaming that her kids are in the house, there’s a guy in the house with a knife wanting to kill her kids,” Derry said.
“He opened a door where a child was in a closet or behind the door, and he was looking at the child and the child said ‘please I am too young don’t kill me,’” Brewer said.
Updated: 1:04 AM CST Nov 10, 2018
OMAHA, Neb. —
After learning he'll be spending the rest of his life in prison, Preston Pope, 28, had a message for the victims' families.
"I'm smiling and I'm still breathing," Pope said as deputies lead him away in handcuffs.
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Lillian Reed The Baltimore Sun
November 9, 2018
When Tina Forrester’s husband was shot and killed in 2017 outside of the Baltimore Tattoo Museum, she made him a silent promise to never stop fighting to see justice for his death.
But Forrester said her hopes dimmed last month when a jury acquitted a man of the only charges filed in connection with her husband’s death.
“I lived that day all over again for nothing,” she said.
A jury acquitted Michael Bailey, 30, of the 2600 block of Ashland Ave., at a trial that relied heavily on video footage leading up to and of the killing. Bailey had been charged with first- and second-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and other counts related to possession of a firearm, according to court records.
On Dec. 17, 2017, Jim Forrester, a local rock musician who worked as a body piercer, had stepped outside the museum and shop in the 1500 block of Eastern Ave. about 7:36 p.m. to call his wife when he was shot in the chest, according to police.
Bailey told investigators that he was one of the two men pictured in surveillance footage captured near the scene of the crime that night, said his defense attorney Christopher Purpura.
In the footage released publicly in January, Bailey can be seen carrying a coffee cup in one hand and a cigarette in another — a detail Purpura said proves Bailey was not holding the gun when the murder occurred.
“Unfortunately for the state, they were never able to arrest the person we think was responsible for the shooting,” Purpura said. “The detectives did a thorough investigation and identified Mr. Bailey as an individual that was present. The video evidence was fairly clear he wasn't the shooter.”
Tina Forrester said the footage was blurry and not clear enough to show whether Bailey or the second man was the shooter.
Bailey cooperated with law enforcement to identify himself in the footage but said he could not identify the second man, who the defense argued pulled the trigger, Purpura said.
A second individual has not been charged in the case.
Forrester disagreed with the jury’s decision, particularly on the charge of conspiracy to commit murder, she said through tears Friday.
“I agree they could not prove definitively he was the shooter, but he should have gotten some time for being complicit,” she said.
by Julie Shaw, Updated: November 15, 2018
A would-be robber who shot and critically wounded a former West Philadelphia beer deli owner in May was sentenced to 3½ to 10 years in state prison Thursday as part of a plea deal that was approved by prosecutors — and that left his victim stunned.
Under the agreement, the District Attorney's Office dropped attempted murder and other charges against the defendant, Jovaun Patterson, 29. The hearing took about two minutes before Common Pleas Court Judge Rayford Means and apparently happened without any prior notification to the victim or his family.
"No one called, no one sent me a letter," the former deli owner, Mike Poeng, 50, said in an interview. In a text message, his nephew Rich Poeng, 32, called the plea agreement and sentence "pretty outrageous."
Patterson, of the 5400 block of Delancey Street in West Philadelphia, pleaded guilty to charges of aggravated assault, robbery, and possession of an instrument of crime.
About 1:30 p.m. May 5, Patterson, armed with an AK-47, approached Mike Poeng outside his KCJ Inc. store at 54th and Spruce Streets while Poeng was washing his car. Patterson tried to push Poeng into his store in an attempt to rob it while Poeng's wife and sons were inside.
The store's outdoor surveillance video showed Patterson punching Poeng and the deli owner fighting back — even spraying his attacker with his water hose — before Patterson shot him in the right hip.
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ATLANTA - Arrested not just once, not twice, not even three times. Demarco Presley has been arrested more than 40 times over the last 18 years.
Presley has been arrested again, accused of stealing a car. In fact, records show that many of his arrests were for theft. Now the district attorney has filed a motion to have him classified as a repeat offender. And people who live in the area where the crimes were committed say more needs to be done to keep offenders in jail.
Now, this first came to light because the Atlanta Police Chief brought up the situation. Now, even though Presley is classified basically as a nonviolent offender, one community leader says the type of crimes being committed has an impact on her neighborhood. Demarco Presley needs to be treated as a serious offender. That is what Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard said in a motion earlier this week about the 38-year-old man who has been in and out of jail since the early 2000s. The rap sheet is long, the mugshots numerous enough to fill an album. Police have a problem with this kind of case. Presley is essentially a non-violent thief.
“The courts don't prosecute. They don't prosecute if we get somebody out of a stolen car. They don't prosecute if we get someone breaking into a car. You see the graphic on the repeat offenders, it's a very real issue. You have got one person with 45 arrest cycles,” said Chief Erika Shields, Atlanta Police Department.
“My reaction to that is ‘how's it working for you.’ I think what we have to do is look at these repeat offenders and look at the effect that it's something on the morale of the APD, who are consistently catching the same criminals over and over again,” said Anna Walsh, Concerned Citizens United.
Now back to the Howard motion, in plain language, it states that Presley is an extreme repeat offender and the recidivism law should apply to him when his next time in court comes up on October 9.
So, what does that recidivism mean, repeat offender? That means when a case is resolved, whatever that punishment is given by the judge, that will be real time. It will be like in the federal system. You get five years; you serve five years.
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"As I pulled out of the parking lot that's when I heard a faint scream," Lower Chichester Police Officer Tim McBride said.
McBride says a man—now identified as 56-year-old Richard Simmons—was behind the counter on top of woman who was screaming for her life. McBride says drew his weapon ordering Simmons to stop and get on the ground, but he says the suspect started to come towards him. That's when McBride says he put his gun in his holster and tased Simmons who fell to the ground as backup arrived.
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A manhunt ended Sunday night after police took into custody a man suspected in a series of shootings that left three people dead and two wounded in three separate crime scenes across south Kansas City and Raytown.
Wednesday, October 10th 2018
Rochester, N.Y. (WHAM) - An investigation into two separate shootings scenes in Rochester, New York on Wednesday morning ended with a massive police chase on the city's east side with the suspect being shot.
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Sept 30, 2018
An Oregon man arrested last week for allegedly punching a 90-year-old woman in the face was later released -- because the jail was too crowded.
Filbert Mwezi Gacinya, 34, was taken into custody shortly after the unprovoked attack and charged with indecent exposure, public indecency and assault in the fourth degree, FOX12 Oregon reported.
“He was out there dropping his pants, and displaying himself, oh yes, he was an exhibitionist," the victim, who was not identified to protect her safety, told FOX12. "And he was shouting. But I was trying very hard not to pay attention to that and just walk along."
The victim told the station that she can’t remember what happened next.
"I was out cold and when I woke up I was on the curb in the cement and this woman was helping me up and I said, 'What happened, did I fall?' And she said, ‘No, you were punched.'"
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Posted: 6:18 PM, September 06, 2018
Updated: 6:18 PM, September 06, 2018
DEARBORN, Mich. - A convicted sex offender who police say went on a violent crime spree this weekend was caught on video pistol-whipping a man during a carjacking in Dearborn.
Police call Christopher Pinkard a "threat to society." He laughed in court Thursday as he was charged with multiple felonies.
Pinkard, 33, of Detroit, violated his ankle monitoring system, officials said. He was out of prison as a convicted sex offender of a minor.
"Mr. Pinkard is a suspect in a strangulation where shots were fired a day before this incident in the city of Dearborn, and also, the day after, the city of Detroit on an additional carjacking," Dearborn police Detective Matthew Wilson said.
A security camera appeared to capture video of Pinkard dressed in a worker vest and hard hat while hitting a man with a gun and stealing his car on Warren Avenue in Dearborn.
Moments before the incident, Kalil McHaimech, of the Cedar food market, said Pinkard walked past and said hi to him.
"The officers came back, asking, 'Did you guys see a man wearing a DTE Energy shirt?'" McHaimech said. "I'm like, 'Yeah, he just passed by. He said hi.' He's like, 'Well, he just robbed your neighbors at gunpoint.'"
The carjacking victims were two brothers. They were stunned that they would be carjacked in the heart of Dearborn on a Sunday morning.
Dearborn police caught Pinkard because he left his identification in a running car around the corner from the carjacking scene, officials said.
"He left it running, came down, walked around the building, robbed their car, took off and left his car on the side of the building," McHaimech said. "Officers knew who he was by finding his ID in the car."
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PUBLISHED: 09:49 EDT, 7 September 2018 | UPDATED: 17:35 EDT, 7 September 2018
An ex-convict has been charged with first-degree murder for allegedly shooting to death the mayor of a tiny North Carolina town and his wife inside their home.
The Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office said 25-year-old Keith Williams, of Tarboro, was arrested on Thursday in the killings of Leggett Mayor Gary Skelton and Jackie Dawn Skelton.
Prison records cited by WITN indicate that Williams had just been released from prison last Tuesday on parole after serving a sentence for possession of a firearm by a felon.
Williams has a lengthy criminal record including convictions for assault with a deadly weapon, larceny, and assault on a child.
Charlotte Observer reported that Gary Skelton, 70, was a banker at BB&T in Rocky Mount until retirement. He was in his second four-year term as mayor of the eastern North Carolina town of Leggett with a population of around five dozen.
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The suspect had been serving consecutive sentences for convictions dating back to April 2017, including possession of a firearm by a felon and assault with a deadly weapon. WIlliams in March 2013 was also convicted of felony larceny and put on probation, which was revoked a year later due to other offenses.
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