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PostWysłany: Czw 9:00, 26 Lut 2015    Temat postu: In case when someone would like to justify black-on white cr

In case when someone would like to justify black-on white crime as a payback for some past injustices:



February 25, 2015

A 38-year-old man was charged Wednesday with capital murder in the stabbing death of a clerk at a South Los Angeles doughnut shop.

Travell Mossett is scheduled to be arraigned in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom tomorrow on a murder charge stemming from the Jan. 13 killing of 29-year-old Andy Ung.

The murder count includes the special circumstance allegation of murder during the commission of a robbery, along with an allegation that Mossett used an edged weapon.

Prosecutors will decide later whether to seek the death penalty against Mossett.

Mossett allegedly jumped over a counter and took money from the cash register after placing an order at the shop, which sold fried chicken as well as doughnuts.

Mossett fatally stabbed Ung in a parking lot after he gave chase, prosecutors allege.

Candles and flowers were placed outside the business after Ung’s killing, and dozens of people took part last month in a march through South Los Angeles in his memory.

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The negro's name is Travell Mossett
The victim was Andy Ung
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26 Feb 2015

HERCULES, Calif. -- Hercules police Thursday said they have arrested a San Pablo man on suspicion of murder and attempted murder in connection with what they are calling a home-invasion robbery gone "terribly wrong."

Mark Anthony Carr, 27, was arrested Wednesday afternoon shortly after police responded to the area of Marigold Place and Buttercup Court around 2:45 p.m. on a report of a fight.

A resident told officers two men had been fighting in the driveway of a house at 100 Buttercup Court, and that one man had been on top of another and choking him.

Officers approached the house and did not see anyone outside, but did see a blood trail from a truck parked in the driveway to the closed garage door. The front door was ajar, and what appeared to be a semi-automatic pistol was lying near the front porch, according to Detective Connie Van Putten.

That weapon was later determined to be a bb gun, and it is thought to have been brought to the home by the suspect, Van Putten said.

Police called in additional help, and put out a description of the man seen choking the other male in the fight.

Officers in the area detained Carr a few blocks away while police entered and searched the home.

Inside, officers found an Asian female around 50 to 60 years old lying just inside the front door with clear plastic covering her face.

Officers removed the plastic and determined the woman was still conscious and breathing. She was taken to John Muir Medical Center where she remains in critical condition, probably as a result of asphyxiation, police said this evening.

A second victim, a Native American male around 50 to 60 years old, was found dead in the garage. He had clear plastic packing tape wrapped around his head and had suffered head trauma.

There were no gunshot or knife wounds on either victim, police said.

While the male victim's identity has not yet been released, police said he lived in the house. The female victim was a good friend of his.

Van Putten said today that an initial investigation indicates that the suspect entered the man's home through the front door armed with a very realistic-looking BB gun.

She said one of the windows that appeared askew when police first arrived at the scene was actually the suspect's exit route.

"At this point our investigation leads us to believe it was a home invasion robbery that went terribly wrong," Van Putten said.

There is no evidence that Carr knew either victim.

Police said Carr has two prior misdemeanor convictions dating to 2008 for burglary and petty theft.

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- A competency hearing began in Wilmington today to determine if the accused ringleader in the 2012 murder of a Chinese food delivery driver can face the death penalty.

Cornell Haugabook Jr., 23, and five others were charged in the June 2012 killing of Zhen Bo Liu.

Haugabook's attorneys argue that he is mentally retarded. That would prohibit the state from seeking the death penalty.

The hearing is expected to last several days.

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PostWysłany: Pią 21:03, 06 Mar 2015    Temat postu: Rajinder Kumar, 49 years old white male, from Glen Burnie,

Police have found a clerk of an Exxon gas station in 7898 Ridge Road, Hanover, Md., deceased.

Anne Arundel County Police received a 911 call from a customer of the station, who found the clerk injured/unconscious.

Responding police officers and fire/EMS personnel determined the clerk, Rajinder Kumar, 49 years old white male, from Glen Burnie, Md., was deceased, suffering from apparent gunshot wounds.

Kumar was an Indian immigrant, husband and father of a teenage daughter and 20-year-old son. Jagdeep Singh, the victim's roommate, said Kumar worked hard to pay for his kids' education and he was making plans to return to India at the end of this year.

The suspect shoots the clerk, takes an undetermined amount of cash from behind the counter and flees on foot in an unknown direction," Anne Arundel County Police spokesman T.J. Smith says.

The suspect is described as an African American male, unknown age, average build, wearing a dark hooded sweat shirt, tan or light colored shorts, armed with a handgun.

Police are also looking for the occupants of a Range Rover with New Jersey licenses plates, whose occupants may have witnessed this incident.

Anyone with information is asked to call AAPD Homicide Detective Jack Hartzell at 410-222-3460; or Metro Crime Stoppers.

The business will be closed through at least the morning hours, but the roadways around the business are open.

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Police say surveillance video at the scene shows a male suspect entering the Exxon station and confronting the clerk shortly after 1 a.m.

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Feb 26, 2015 at 7:34 PM ROCKFORD — A more than two-year investigation into a fatal hit-and-run traffic crash culminated Wednesday with a Rockford Police Department foot chase and an arrest.Anthony Adkins, 36, of Rockford, was captured and charged with failure to report an August 2012 accident involving death and for resisting arrest.A pedestrian, Michael Steines, 34, of Rockford was hit by an Oldsmobile Alero on Aug. 30, 2012, at 2nd and Grove streets. The driver fled the area before police arrived, leaving Steines to die in the street.The Oldsmobile was found abandoned less than a mile from the crash.Working with the Winnebago County State’s Attorney’s office, Rockford traffic investigators conducted an "exhaustive investigation" into the incident and obt - See more at: [link widoczny dla zalogowanych]
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PostWysłany: Sob 11:00, 14 Mar 2015    Temat postu: Judge rules Wilmington man can’t face death penalt



A New Hanover County judge has ruled the State cannot seek the death penalty in the case of a Wilmington man charged with the first-degree murder of a 60-year-old man in 2012.

Cornell Dwayne Haugabook, 23, of Queen Street, has been charged with first-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon in connection with the shooting death of Zhen Bo Liu on June 14, 2012, according to court records.

A March 3 court order states Haugabook’s mental health evaluation concluded he is mentally retarded, as defined by North Carolina law, therefore Superior Court Judge Douglas Sasser ordered that the case cannot proceed as a capital murder trial.

State law dictates that the defendant has “the burden of production and persuasion to demonstrate mental retardation by clear and convincing evidence.”

“If the court determines the defendant to be mentally retarded, the court shall declare the case noncapital, and the State may not seek the death penalty against the defendant,” N.C. G.S. 15A-2005 states.

Doctors who evaluated Haughabook determined he had an IQ that was below 70.

Haugabook is one of six people charged in connection with the armed robbery and shooting of Liu—a Chinese restaurant delivery driver—on June 14, 2012. The day Liu was killed, Wilmington police responded to an EMS call in the 700 block of South 13th Street 10:23 p.m., when they found Liu inside a car, according to police records.

Detective Lee Odham, an investigator with the Wilmington Police Department, said Liu was fatally shot.

“We quickly learned that he was a Chinese food delivery driver and made contact with the business,” Odham said.

Detectives were able to get the number of the caller and contacted owner of that phone number, Odham said. The phone belonged to the mother of one of the suspects, who had used the phone at the time of the robbery and shooting.

Detectives also determined that “after the murder, [the suspects] went into the victim’s car and looked for stuff to steal,” Odham said. “They all went back and ate the Chinese food that they robbed from [the victim].”

Co-defendants

Haugabook’s co-defendant in the case—18-year-old Mustaffa Rasheed Friend—has been charged with first-degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon, conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon and discharging a weapon into occupied property inflicting serious bodily injury.

Nathaniel Lawrence, Manije Dameek Johnson-Martin, Rasheed Ramone Thompson and Marvin White were also arrested and charged with armed robbery and conspiracy charges in connection with the case.

All six suspects were indicted by a New Hanover County grand jury on charges stemming from the incident on April 6, 2012, according to indictments. The indictments state $79 dollars worth of Chinese food was stolen from the victim.

On July 3, 2013, Johnson-Martin, 19, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon in the case and was sentenced to more than four years in prison. Charges of conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon and discharging a firearm into occupied property inflicting serious bodily injury were dismissed as part of his plea agreement, according to court records.

Lawrence, 19, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon on April 7, 2014. He was sentenced to more than a year in prison with credit for time served. Lawrence entered the plea in a prayer for judgment, according to court records. The state agreed to dismiss charges of robbery with a dangerous weapon, injury to personal property and two misdemeanor charges as part of his plea agreement.

According to the District Attorney’s office, Haugabook’s trial has not been scheduled. Assistant District Attorney Dru Lewis is prosecuting the case. Chief Public Defender Jennifer Harjo is representing Haugabook.

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — Dallas Police have made an arrest in the murder of Ahmed Al-Jumaili, an Iraqi man who was shot and killed while taking pictures of the snow last week.

Al-Jumaili, 36, was shot outside of his Dallas apartment building in the 9900 block of Walnut Street on March 4. Police have arrested Nykerion Nealon, 17, and charged him with murder in Al-Jumaili’s death.

Police say that Nealon was at a neighboring apartment complex earlier that night that belonged to his girlfriend. Shots were fired, hitting the complex, according to authorities.
Nealon initially denied leaving his apartment following the shooting at his girlfriend’s apartment. A search later found rifle cartridges that matched those at the scene.
Nealon blamed the witness for the shooting.
The victim’s wife, Zahraa Altaie, spoke to CBS 11 on Thursday evening, recalling the night her husband died.

Zahraa said they noticed the men that night but paid no attention to them nor did anything to provoke them. The shooting appeared to be random.
Al-Jumaili had just moved from his native Iraq to Dallas, where he was reunited with his wife.
Authorities have not been able to establish a motive in the shooting, but there has been no evidence to suggest it was a hate crime against the practicing Muslim.

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PostWysłany: Pon 23:35, 06 Kwi 2015    Temat postu:

Two people were arraigned today in connection with the fatal shooting of a well-loved Clinton Township party store owner last week.

Ujuan Kirdell Burton, 31, of Oak Park is charged with felony murder and armed robbery, both life offenses, a felony firearms offense and a felon in possession of a firearm in the death of Emil Salem, township police said today.

He was ordered held without bond during arraignment in 41-B District Court in the township, according to the court.

Police say they believe Burton is the man who entered Bernie's Party Store on Garfield near 171/2 Mile waving a gun on Thursday. Salem, 50, of Shelby Township pulled out a gun and fired a shot, hitting the man.

The man then fired back with the bullet going through a display case and hitting Salem in the head, Police Capt. Richard Maierle said.
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PostWysłany: Pon 23:41, 06 Kwi 2015    Temat postu:

RICHMOND, Va. — After deliberating for hours, a jury found guilty one of the men involved in a Broad Street jewelry store robbery and fatal shooting.

Jesse G. Edmond, age 49, was found guilty of first- degree murder, robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, one count of using firearm while committing murder, and one count of using a firearm during a robbery. The jury recommended two life sentences plus 18 years.

Edmonds was accused of killing Victoria Jewelers clerk Muhammad “Sunny” Baig, age 29, one early May afternoon in 2014.

He was fatally shot inside the store along East Broad Street downtown where he worked. The owner told CBS 6 news that every diamond and precious gem in the store were stolen.

Baig’s wife gave birth to the couple’s baby one day after the murder. She named the child Shifa, which means “healer.”

A total of four suspects were arrested in connection with the crime, three who had lengthy criminal records.

Anthony J. Lenard, 26 and Jermeaka M. Gorham, age 28, were apprehended, with Edmonds, in North Carolina, during a traffic stop by Roanoke Rapids Police.

Paul Townes, age 24, was later arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit murder. Townes entered a guilty plea in Nov. 2014, and Leonard and Gorham entered plea deals.

The suspects were originally located because an earlier incident in Henrico County, at the C & F Bank, that same day of the shooting had helped police come up with a description of the suspects’ vehicle.

Henrico Police confirmed there was a suspicious incident there, but no crime was ever committed.

The victim’s brother, also Muhammad Baig, took the stand and said, “One person was killed, but in reality five people were killed: a wife, daughter, brother, father and him died.”

He said that three months after the murder Sunny’s wife buried their two-year-old son, who was mentally ill.

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