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Old 12-02-2014, 11:06 AM   #26
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[COLOR="Red"]3-year-old boy accidentally shoots, kills mother[/COLOR]

Woman accidentally shot in the head by her 3-year-old boy, has died.
Tulsa police officials said 26-year-old Christa Engels was home with her 1-year-old and 3-year-old Monday night when the accident happened.

Officials believe she was changing her younger child’s diaper when the 3-year-old toddler fired the shot with a semi-automatic handgun.
"The grandmother came in and supposedly found the two children covered in blood," neighbor Vera Bennett told KOKI-TV.

Specialists who talked with the child confirmed the 3-year-old pulled the trigger.

"I just can’t imagine in today's society that there would be a gun a loaded gun where a toddler could get it," Bennett said.
Tulsa police said the woman's husband is a truck driver and was out of the state when the accident happened.

Officers have not released the identity of the woman killed.

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Deputies: Boy, 4, shot and killed while kids playing with gun

HOUSTON -

An entire neighborhood in west Harris County is shaken after learning a 4-year-old boy was accidentally shot and killed.

The deadly shooting happened inside the home on Cypress Arbor near Clay and Greenhouse. Sources with the Harris County Sheriff's Office said there were three kids inside the home at the time -- a 2-year-old, a 4-year-old and a 6-year-old.

Investigators are still trying to figure out who pulled the trigger, but somehow the 4-year-old boy was shot. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

http://www.click2houston.com/news/de...h-gun/29923552

Girl killed in gun accident hailed for gratitude

KAYSVILLE — A 12-year-old girl who was accidentally shot and killed by a younger sister at their family's Kaysville home was remembered at a funeral service for her sense of gratitude and infectious smile.

Adelaide Clinger died on Nov. 23, just hours after she gave a talk about the importance of gratitude at her Mormon church.

The Deseret News reports (http://bit.ly/1vEf0mM ) Elizabeth Clinger told an overflow crowd Saturday that her daughter ended her church talk by thanking her family for "being amazing examples" to her.

http://www.heraldextra.com/news/loca...b9c7d7b28.html

Teen Killed After Gun Discharges in Next Room; Man Charged

A teenager was killed at a hotel Friday after a gun discharged in the next room, according to the Raleigh Police Department.

Nathan Andrew Clark, 13, was killed while staying at a hotel for a soccer tournament in Raleigh, North Carolina, according to ABC News affiliate WTVD-TV in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Police said Clark was killed after a bullet struck him from a gun that discharged in the next hotel room.

http://abcnews.go.com/US/teen-killed...ry?id=26950831

Boy dies after accidentally shooting self at Detroit west side home
Boy, 9, playing with gun shoots self in chest area, police say



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A 9-year-old boy is dead after accidentally shooting himself at a home on Detroit's west side, police said.

The shooting happened Saturday at a home in the 16000 block of Northlawn Street.

A neighbor said around 4:30 p.m. Saturday he saw a 10-year-old boy and 13-year-old girl run out the front door. The children had been home alone when the youngest found a gun and accidentally shot himself in the chest area, according to police.

The 9-year-old boy was rushed to Sinai-Grace Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, police said.

The boy's mother arrived at the home within a half hour of the shooting.

Neighbors said they often saw the boy walking his dog and that the family had recently moved to the area.

Detroit's police chief was troubled and visibly frustrated Saturday night. He mentioned this is the third incident in the past few weeks where a child has been hurt when they got access to a weapon.

http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/c...-side/29621546

Sister of boy, 15, killed: 'Guns ain't always the answer to everything'

A friend who was with Deon told police they were walking north in the 10400 block of South Bensley Avenue when a dark-colored van with four unknown occupants approached, according to a police report.

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The witness said when he and Deon heard one shot come from the car, they started running until Deon fell on the corner of East 104th Street and Bensley Avenue suffering from a gunshot wound to the right side of his abdomen, the report said. Nobody was in custody late Saturday.

Deon's mother, Ida Hall, 45, of the 8100 block of South Evans Avenue, said she rushed to Comer Children's Hospital, where her son was taken after the shooting. He was pronounced dead at 12:41 a.m. Saturday.

“Whoever did this to my little brother, guns ain't always the answer to everything, and he didn't deserve that,” she said. “He had his whole life ahead of him.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/l...108-story.html

Parents’ guns, children’s funerals
The gun conversation we can't afford to keep avoiding



I was stunned to watch the news a little over a week ago of yet another senseless school shooting. These stories have become sadly routine, rarely holding the nation’s attention for more than a few minutes.

This time, three students were killed and another two were gravely wounded at a high school in Marysville, Washington. According to police, the .40-caliber handgun used by the shooter was purchased legally by one of the shooter’s relatives.

Ben Wheeler, one of too many children killed.

My son Ben will be six years old forever. Nearly two years ago, Ben was one of the victims of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, where he was killed by a gunman inside his classroom.

He was a bright, energetic, loving, spirited boy who rushed headlong through life and found joy in everyone and everything.
well at least he dont have to buy his mom a mothers day card now.
so the lesson here is do not leave your gun laying around for little billy to get ahold of , i bet she wont be doing that again
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well at least he dont have to buy his mom a mothers day card now.
Really?

That's your response to parents who lost a child in such tragic circumstances?

So you're not just a retard - you're a sociopath to boot.
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Really?

That's your response to parents who lost a child in such tragic circumstances?

So you're not just a retard - you're a sociopath to boot.
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i given up being serious and playing everyones game ie oh my gosh thats so tragic .
so i decided to go to the only way to get the response i want out of you which is what you just said . can i use this also
kurt cobain lied he did have a gun
or stupid mother is stupid wait thers more
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Really?

That's your response to parents who lost a child in such tragic circumstances?

So you're not just a retard - you're a sociopath to boot.
Yeah, he's a sick **** waste of space.
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Remember, Dan doesnt just embarrass conservatives, he embarrasses our nation.
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well gosh darn it to heck and back i iz cryin over that.
seriously i was expecting a better insult than this .LABF does it better
i went from klan member to social path , but is dat all you people got ?
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what do i need to do to really get yalls goin
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also dont be stupid you idiots lock up your guns so unless you want little billy the kid to cap someone
kurt cobain did have a gun just ask courtney
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Man, Killed By Cow That Fell Through Bedroom Roof


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i see santa's experiment with cow driven sled didnt work out so well
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The solution is obvious:

More guns and fewer regulations.

Duh!

How about jut leave it like it is. Gun deaths are way down and there isn't much of a problem. The only problem is law abiding citizens not being able to carry.
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more kids die from choking deaths then get shot by guns.
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Police: Idaho fugitive shot himself in chest

A violent fugitive who barricaded himself inside a Coeur d’Alene house Saturday night apparently killed himself while a SWAT team had the house surrounded, the Idaho State Police said today.

John David Crispin, 37, died of “an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest,” ISP spokeswoman Teresa Baker said.

That determination is based on an autopsy, Baker said.

The man was found dead when a SWAT team entered the residence Sunday morning.

Crispin fired at least one round from a gun about 3:30 a.m. Sunday, and officers returned fire, police said. No officers were injured in the exchange.

http://www.spokesman.com/stories/201...himself-chest/

New York Family Wins Lawsuit Over Police Officer Who Killed Their Teen Son

According to the New York Times, it was said that Disla was waving a long kitchen knife after a fight shortly after 2 a.m. that fateful morning.

A sergeant, lieutenant, and an officer responded to a report of shots fired and having found no witnesses or victims when they noticed a crowd on Creston Avenue in the Tremont section of the Bronx. It appeared to the officers as if Disla and another man was in the process of assaulting a third man.

Having been approached by the police, it was said in a police statement that Disla pointed the knife at both the officer and the sergeant before being shot in the abdomen and rushed to St. Barnabas Hospital. He died six hours later

After Disla died in the hospital due to a fatal shot to the abdomen, no criminal charges were filed. Just like Wilson, Barnett was a veteran officer who claimed to have shot the 19-year-old man because he feared for his life and safety, a common go-to phrase to justify such killings.

With no criminal charges filed against the officer, Disla’s mother Candida pressed forward with a civil suit.

“The family has waited a very long time to get some justice in this case,” Maazel said.

Law experts believe that the winning of this suit could set the stage for a similar resolution should Michael Brown’s parents decide to go the same route.

http://thesource.com/2014/12/02/new-...heir-teen-son/

Woman sentenced to 50-70 years in prison for 2013 drug-fueled murder

They were two women with little in common beyond their drug of choice.
And prosecutors say their encounter proved this: Drugs and guns are a toxic mix.

On Nov. 30, 2013, LaToya Ross had been on a methamphetamine binge — in a state of full panic and paranoia.
She accused Dawn Truman of being a snitch at a party at a house near 36th and Parker Streets that was known for meth binges.
Prosecutor Jim Masteller said the “snitch” accusation wasn’t rooted in reality; it was rooted in Ross’ rampant meth use.

Nonetheless, Ross pulled out a .40-caliber gun and shot Truman in the chest. Her heart pierced with a single bullet, Truman, 41, died on the couch.
A year and two days later, a judge sentenced Ross, 31, on Tuesday to 50 to 70 years in prison for second-degree murder. Under Douglas County District Judge J Russell Derr’s sentence, Ross won’t be eligible for parole until she’s 55. She faced anywhere from 20 years to life in prison.

Ross had virtually no criminal record. Her biggest warts before Truman’s murder were a petty theft and a shoplifting conviction.

Ross was immediately remorseful. After she came down from her meth high, she confessed to the killing to Omaha police. Originally charged with first-degree murder, she pleaded no contest to second-degree murder in a plea bargain.

http://www.omaha.com/news/crime/woma...69bb65977.html

Contingencies for cops with cameras

In September, Utah police shot Darrien Hunt six times in the back, killing him, according to Daily Kos. Evidently, the cop who shot him was wearing a camera, but had turned it off. Though this adds suspicion to the case, it allows for greater ambiguity and, therefore, a greater chance of getting away with murder.

As NPR reported back in 2011, there would also be the issue of privacy.

These cameras would capture people in very private or weak moments, especially in cases of domestic disputes. If no regulation forbids the sharing of the footage captured, there is nothing aside from honor to stop police from sharing or posting the videos—but if police were known to be honorable, we wouldn’t want them to wear cameras in the first place.

Though there might be a little more regulation necessary to implement them, body-worn cameras pave the way for reducing the perceived police state and bringing balance between authority and the populace. Instead of relying on other police, who may be inclined to cover up for their fellow officers, the public can now hold police accountable for their actions.

http://www.technicianonline.com/opin...bee271a8e.html

Did a phrase from victim — “Shoot him” — serve as Eaton Centre gunman’s trigger? DiManno

“Shoot him.”

Two little words upon which rests just about the entirety of the “not criminally responsible” defence for Christopher Husbands.

Two little words that nobody else heard that June 2012 evening at the Eaton Centre except for the man charged with two counts of first-degree murder and five counts of aggravated assault.

Two little words quoted only by the accused when he took the stand last week.

Two little words never recalled by any of the victims who survived that chaotic shooting in the food court of the landmark downtown mall.

Two little words that weren’t cited by Husbands’ own girlfriend in her
testimony — and she was standing mere feet away when the then-23-year-old pulled out a fully loaded semi-automatic and started blasting.

Shoot him — the trigger, those words, that caused Husbands, fearing for his life, to fire 14 bullets amidst a throng of shoppers and fast-food diners, killing Ahmed Hassan instantly, fatally wounding Nixon Nirmalendran, and injuring five bystanders including a 13-year-old boy struck in the head.

Words that seized Husbands with panic so overwhelming, according to an expert witness, that he experienced a dissociative episode arising from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, the condition he’d been suffering since a vicious beating and stabbing inflicted upon him three months previously — allegedly by Nirmalendran and his brother, Nisan.

http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2014...r_dimanno.html

Witness says Eric Williams asked him to hide gun parts after Kaufman County murders

Scott Hunt told the court they had an awkward conversation over lunch. He said Williams asked him to help him get rid of an upper, or the traceable part of an automatic rifle.

“I found the conversation to be awkward, somewhat forced. I think the conversation would be what I would call non-linear. Generally speaking conversations have a beginning, middle and end. This conversation felt like it was jumping around, just very odd," Hunt said.

In court, an ATF agent also demonstrated the two parts of an AR-15 rifle -- the lower and the upper.

Prosecutors are convinced Williams used an AR-15 in the deaths of the McLellands.

Investigators who searched a storage unit that Williams allegedly rented found a Ford Crown Victoria, tactical gear, homemade explosives and two automatic rifle lowers, but no uppers.

Hunt told the court that he did not help Williams get rid of anything, and said that after he and Williams had lunch, he immediately reported the conversation to a superior in the Guard.

Kaufman County's Chief Deputy testified about an email exchange on the Crime Stopper's tip line that began the day the McLellands' bodies were found.

http://www.myfoxdfw.com/story/275275...county-murders

Police: Indiana man arrested in murder for hire

By Erica Coghill

CLARKSVILLE, Ind. —Police make an arrest in an alleged murder-for-hire plot in southern Indiana.

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After a struggle with a gun, the victim was shot but survived.

Juan Rivera is facing an attempted murder charge after police say he tried to kill a man he knew, a contractor from Georgia who often worked in the Clarksville area.

Although the investigation is still underway, Clarksville police shared with WLKY what they've learned so far.

It was around 1 a.m. Friday and getting closer to closing time at Jersey's Café Bar and Grill on Lynch Lane, just as police say, a man with a gun was moving closer with orders to kill.

http://www.wlky.com/news/police-indi...-hire/30028344

Gun misfires twice in carjacking attempt
Teen suspect facing attempted homicide charge

A 16-year-old boy is facing an attempted murder charge after pointing a gun at a man and pulling the trigger during a botched carjacking.

Fortunately for the man, the gun misfired and he was not harmed. The same cannot be said about the suspect, who was subdued and detained by the victim with a bat, according to the Turlock Police Department.

The incident began around 10 p.m. Saturday in the 900 block of Shawnan Drive. The 24-year-old victim was outside his home when he was confronted by two teenaged boys who demanded the keys to his car.

The man refused to hand over the keys and was subsequently hit in the leg with a vodka bottle thrown by one of the teenagers. The man was running for his front door when he said he heard a clicking sound. He later told the officers he turned and saw one of the teens pointing a gun at him.

http://www.turlockjournal.com/section/15/article/28055/

Murder case of Suffolk furniture store owner heads to trial

SUFFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – Three people charged in connection with the murder of longtime Suffolk furniture store owner Donald Carter appeared in court Tuesday for a preliminary hearing.

After just one witness testified and a detective provided documents, a judge determined he had heard enough evidence that a crime was committed and sent the case to a grand jury.

Leon Hayes, Naomi Lambert, and Katron Walker are charged with first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit robbery, attempted robbery, and gun charges. Detectives say, based on their interviews, the three either planned or participated in an attempted robbery on Washington Street, during which someone shot and killed Carter. Police, however, have never said who pulled the trigger.

http://wavy.com/2014/12/02/murder-ca...eads-to-trial/

Father confronts suspect at murder prelim


STAUNTON — Murder and gun charges in the case of Michael T. Williams were certified to the grand jury Tuesday afternoon in Augusta County General District Court, but not before a tense confrontation where bailiffs had to physically remove a man when he approached the suspect prior to the preliminary hearing.

Williams, 20, is charged with first-degree murder and use of firearm in the commission of a felony in the killing of 21-year-old Coleman D. Neeley, a Staunton man who was gunned down in Fort Defiance in the early-morning hours of Aug. 16 during a party at 2012 Knightly Mill Road.

http://www.newsleader.com/story/news...elim/19797729/

Brother of slain Georgia man testifies in Fayetteville pawnshop murder case


By Michael Futch Staff writer
Jurors heard testimony Tuesday from the brother of a Georgia man killed the day before Kyle Harris was shot to death in a Fayetteville pawnshop.

Cedric Theodis Hobbs Jr., 33, is suspected of killing the man in Georgia and stealing his red Chevrolet Suburban. Prosecutors say Hobbs then killed Harris in a robbery after the Suburban broke down in Fayetteville.

Hobbs is on trial in Cumberland County Superior Court, charged with first-degree murder. Harris, 19, was killed in Cumberland Pawn Shop on Grove Street on Nov. 6, 2010.

http://www.fayobserver.com/news/crim...a36c1dba7.html

Prosecutors detail 'airtight case' against Williams

ROCKWALL — Prosecutors describe it as a deadly grudge plot straight out of the movies — and they began to lay out their case Monday at the murder trial of former Justice of the Peace Eric Williams.

In the predawn hours of March 30, 2013, prosecutors say that Williams forced his way into the McLelland home with an AR-15 assault weapon.

"He cuts down a defenseless Cynthia McLelland in a blizzard of bullets," Wirskye said.

After shooting the district attorney's wife in the head, Williams then allegedly turned the assault weapon on Mike McLelland, pulling the trigger "over and over," the prosecutor said.

http://www.wfaa.com/story/news/crime...iams/19761337/

Suspect circle widens in double-homicide probe

BY GAYLE PEREZ THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN

Two more arrests have been made and a third person is being sought in connection with the double homicide at Sharky’s Bar in July.


Ashley Garcia, 23, and Gary Brooks, 41, were arrested last week on separate warrants related to the July 17 shooting death of Quincey Coats, 24, and the wounding of a pregnant Nicole Vallejos, 28, which led to the death of her child at birth.

The primary suspect in the shooting, Damen Blake, was arrested on July 18 on a charge of first-degree murder. He is in Pueblo County jail on a $50,000 cash bond.

According to an arrest affidavit, Garcia, who was Blake’s girlfriend, purchased the weapon used in the homicides at the Big R Store, 1020 Bonforte Blvd., about a month before the shooting.

Surveillance video from Big R showed Blake, Garcia and a child enter the store and go to the counter where guns are sold. Blake is seen on the video handling three different handguns before choosing a .40-caliber Smith and Wesson pistol, the same weapon used in the slayings.

Garcia is then seen on tape completing the paperwork and purchasing the gun with money given to her by Blake.

Garcia told police she purchased the gun because Blake is a felon but she was doing so for her own protection. She told police the gun was later stolen by a family member but that she never reported it to police.

Brooks told police on the night of the homicide that he was at his home when he got a call from Blake telling him to get ready he was coming to get him. Brooks said Blake picked him up and drove him to the area of Sharky’s Bar, 1549 E. Evans Ave., parking his vehicle near an alley on Division Street.

Brooks said he was aware that Blake knew where Coats was. He said Blake asked him to go with him in case Coats had other men with him.

Brooks said Blake got out of the car and walked behind it. Brooks said while he waited in the car, he heard several gunshots.

He said Blake then returned to the car and told Brooks that he had walked into the bar and shot him. Blake then drove away from the area. Brooks said Blake drove down an alley and got out and hid the weapon.

- See more at: http://www.chieftain.com/news/pueblo....z3M8jRh9.dpuf

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well gosh darn it to heck and back i iz cryin over that.
seriously i was expecting a better insult than this .LABF does it better
i went from klan member to social path , but is dat all you people got ?
has your udders of lulz gone dry .
what do i need to do to really get yalls goin
maybe if i said your mom is a chief fan
I don't think you are a clansman to a social path? Not sure what that is. No, you type thinking you are being clever or funny but in reality, it is a bunch of nonsense. You are either drunk all the time or you are retarded. Seriously, what you think is a good post has the mass majority thinking you are special needs. Hell, we probably agree on many things in this world but I wouldn't know by how you think and then you actually put it to words...and then share it with us.
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20-year-old convicted of attempted murder

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A 20-year-old Jacksonville man was convicted Tuesday afternoon of attempted murder following a shooting at a trailer park, according to the State Attorney's Office for Florida's Fourth Circuit.

Kyree Luis Perez was found guilty of attempted second-degree murder and possession of a firearm by a juvenile delinquent found to have committed a felony, prosecutors said.

An argument at the Portside Trailer Park in May ended in violence when Perez pulled out a gun and pointed it at the victim's face, investigators said. The victim slapped the weapon away and that's when Perez allegedly shot him in the stomach. He was later arrested in Philadelphia.

http://www.firstcoastnews.com/story/...cted/19800177/

Man dies after being shot with stun gun by deputies

RED SPRINGS, N.C. -
A 50-year-old man died Tuesday after two Robeson County Sheriff's deputies used a stun gun on him, authorities said.

Two deputies found William Mark Jones, 50, of Lumberton, walking in the 1400 block of Snipes Road in Red Springs Tuesday morning.

Authorities said Jones was shirtless, walking erratically and bleeding.

The deputies used a stun gun on Jones after authorities said he was uncooperative.

Jones was taken to Southeastern Regional Medical Center in Lumberton where he was later pronounced dead.

An autopsy on Jones is scheduled for Wednesday.

The Robeson County Sheriff's Office has requested the State Bureau of Investigation to investigate the incident.

http://www.wncn.com/story/27530139/m...un-by-deputies

Two Men Charged With Shooting At Off-Duty Sheriff’s Officer

CHICAGO (STMW) –Two men accused of firing shots at an off-duty Cook County sheriff’s officer outside a bar in the River West neighborhood early Sunday have been ordered held without bond.

Fernando Lopez and Mario Orta, both 27 years old, face a litany of charges in connection with the shooting about 2:50 a.m. Sunday outside the Funky Buddha Lounge in the 700 block of West Grand Avenue, police said.

Both were ordered held without bond at a hearing Tuesday, and will next appear in court Dec. 15 for a preliminary hearing, according to court records.
Lopez was driving westbound on Grand Avenue when his vehicle struck several parked vehicles near the lounge, according to a police source. When patrons who were standing outside the club started approaching Lopez, he jumped out of his vehicle and fired shots.

The off-duty officer, who had been in a nearby establishment, saw everything, police said. He approached Lopez, announced his office and ordered him to drop the gun, police said.

Lopez then turned toward the officer and pointed his weapon at him, police said.

The officer returned fire, striking the man multiple times, police said.
Lopez was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where he was in critical condition Monday morning, police said.

http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2014/12/...riffs-officer/

Friends mourn Queens man, murdered in botched robbery as he tried to right his life

John Salazar, 32, was set up on Nov. 24 in Elmhurst by a group that included the mother of two of his children, police said.

He was gone too soon.

That’s what grieving friends said Tuesday at the Papavero Funeral Home in Maspeth as they mourned the murder of John Salazar.

About 200 people showed up during the course of the day to pay their final respects to the slain 32-year-old, known to friends as “ChiChi,” who was killed in a botched robbery on Nov. 24 — a job that cops said was arranged by the mother of two of Salazar’s three children.

Police arrested three people, including Salazar’s ex-girlfriend Kelly Spinelli-Josek, on Nov. 26 for the murder. Cops are still searching for two more suspects.

Spinelli-Josek, 29, allegedly lured Salazar over to her house in order to rob him, according to a criminal complaint that charges Spinelli-Josek and her cohorts Shannon Sornoza, 18, and Jesus Matos, 17, with second-degree murder, burglary and robbery.

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Law & Order: Teen faces adult charges in March shooting in Jacksonville

Alfred Kumbu Smart, 17, of the 4900 block of Richard Street is charged with armed robbery with a firearm or other deadly weapon and murder by other perpetrator during certain felonies. His case was initially filed with the Duval County clerk of court Nov. 26, court records.

Sean Anthony Williams, 19, also of Richard Street, was killed March 20 when he and another man were shot about 100 yards from Rainbow Foodstore on South Barnes Road, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

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A 20-year-old party crasher was sentenced to 42 years in prison Tuesday for shooting a 21-year-old man in the face in Clay County, according to the State Attorney’s Office.

Jallil Dequan Graves’ sentence carries a 25-year minimum mandatory for one count of second-degree attempted murder after his November conviction, prosecutors said.

Graves shot Jon Barrett Milam II outside a July 7, 2013, house party on Woodbriar Drive in Orange Park. Graves and others were asked to leave the party, but fired off fireworks in the street, prosecutors said. When Milam and a friend told the group to leave, Graves forced them to get on the ground at gunpoint. Graves shot Milam, then fled the scene. The victim survived the shooting.

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Man gets new charges for attempted murder

New charges are filed against a 27-year-old Bunnell man after investigators initially thought his girlfriend shot herself in the neck Nov. 15 in their home on Cherry Lane, according to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office.

Jonathan Edwin Canales was charged Tuesday with attempted first-degree murder, delaying medical treatment to an injured person and tampering with a victim.

Canales and Tiffany Norman, 25, were at their home when Canales argued about driving her to South Daytona, then left, according to the arrest report. When Canales returned, Norman walked to a park with her children, then found he had locked her out. He let her in an hour later.

Norman had put the children to bed when she and Canales argued again. About 8 p.m. she said he approached from behind, and she heard a pop followed by a sharp pain in her neck, then fell and passed out, according to the report. When she awoke she was in her bathtub, shot with a .22-caliber rifle.

She later told investigators Canales never helped her and did not shoot herself as he claimed, the report said.

Canales was initially arrested on a charge of child neglect after deputies found three loaded firearms near the children’s bedroom.

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Rankin County Man Convicted of Attempted Murder for Shooting of Neighbor

Madison and Rankin Counties' District Attorney Michael Guest announces that Richard Moody pled guilty to attempted murder and was sentenced to 40 years in custody of the Mississippi Department of Corrections. The last twelve years of the sentence was suspended.

In the early morning hours of July 4, 2013, the Rankin County Sheriff's Department responded to 144 Oak Street after a 911 call reported a shooting at the home. When officers arrived they entered the house and found the victim lying on the living room floor. The victim was in critical condition after suffering a gunshot wound to the left side of his face.

Deputies spoke to the victim's girlfriend who was present at the time of the shooting. She told officers that she was asleep when she heard someone banging at the door of the residence. She then went down stairs and recognized Moody and let him in. Once in the house Moody pulled out a gun and fired two shots at the victim as he was lying on the couch. The second shot struck the victim in the face. She then fled to a neighbor's house and called 911.

http://www.wjtv.com/story/27527397/r...ng-of-neighbor

Tustin man convicted of murder in wife's shooting death

LOS ANGELES – An Orange County man was convicted Tuesday of first-degree murder for shooting his estranged wife outside the Montebello restaurant where she worked.

The Los Angeles Superior Court jury deliberated about three hours before finding 31-year-old Arthur Andrew Andrade Jr. of Tustin guilty of the March 16, 2013, killing of his estranged wife, Esperanza.

She was shot six times in the head after being confronted while sitting in her car in a parking lot outside the eatery. The shooting was captured on a video surveillance camera outside the restaurant.

Andrade – who had been free on just over $2 million bail – was taken into custody immediately after the verdict and is facing 50 years to life in state prison. Sentencing is set for Jan. 29.

Deputy District Attorney Pallavi Dhawan told jurors that the victim was trying to escape from Andrade, “an obsessive, controlling and abusive man.”

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Five indicted in connection with Galilee Baptist Church shooting

TRENTON >> A grand jury has indicted five men in connection with the Galilee Baptist Church shooting that injured three people.

The April 22 shooting, which took place during the funeral for 19-year-old Cagney Roberts who was gunned down on Girard Avenue, grazed a woman and sent two young men to the hospital with severe injuries. Hundreds of people were gathered at the church for the funeral, and police recovered five weapons from the scene. Three revolvers were found in a parking lot near the church, a revolver was found inside the church foyer, and a gun was found on a suspect, later identified as Lawrence Sutphin, who was apprehended while leaving the scene in a vehicle.

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TUSCUMBIA — Colbert County District Attorney Bryce Graham Jr. started laying the foundation Tuesday in his case against James Christopher Martin, who is accused of shooting and killing Thomas Grant Campbell.
Graham, during his opening statements, said Martin’s action on the night of Nov. 16, 2013, was clearly murder.

“Grant Campbell was shot six times (with a .22-caliber pistol), three in the chest, one in the right hand near his thumb, and two times in the back,” Graham said. “He was shot multiple times at point-blank range.”
Graham said the scientific and physical evidence will prove Martin is guilty of murder.

Campbell, 27, of Lonnie Drive, Muscle Shoals, was shot outside Martin’s residence on 18th Court in Sheffield

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Stolen high-end sneakers help lead Baltimore detectives to murder suspect

A pair of stolen European sneakers that wound up in a Federal Hill consignment shop may have helped Baltimore homicide detectives solve the killing of a Northeast Baltimore woman.

Police said security video from the store showed Marquis Curtis, who was identified by a witness as one of the men who fatally shot 24-year-old Jaleesa Brooks after she fought back during the robbery.

Curtis, 20, has been indicted on first-degree murder charges in Brooks' killing.

Also charged in connection with the case is Darius Baker, 26, who police say had been in the apartment before the robbery.

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Murder of 6-year-old Angel Hooper demands justice

One moment, Angel Hooper was a joyful 6-year-old, buying bubble gum with her dad. With the blur of a passing car and the sound of gunfire, she became a homicide victim.

Even in a city that has become too complacent about gun violence, this child’s death is incomprehensible. Just as astounding are indications that people may be protecting her killer.

Angel was struck by a bullet about 7:15 p.m. Friday in the parking lot of the 7-11 at 10615 Blue Ridge Blvd. Friends, family and strangers vented their grief and outrage at vigils over the weekend.

But at midday Monday, Kansas City police issued a news release that spoke of frustration.

“Despite multiple people witnessing the incident, police have received just one tip about the murder of a 6-year-old girl Friday night,” it began. Later, police updated that number to two tips.

People, it is not enough to mourn this child. The community must take a stand, and the first step is making sure whoever was involved in her murder is locked up. Police will work day and night to find Angel’s killer, but they need help.

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Authorities investigating triple murder in Manatee County

BRADENTON — Manatee sheriff's deputies are searching for a man they consider armed and dangerous who they believe killed his wife, pastor and another woman Thursday.

Authorities have obtained an arrest warrant for Andres "Andy" Avalos, 33, for allegedly shooting to death Bayshore Baptist Church pastor James "Tripp" Battle, 31, about 1 p.m. Thursday, Sheriff's Office spokesman Dave Bristow said.

Investigators believe Avalos first killed his wife, Amber Avalos, 33, who was a church employee, and neighbor Denise Potter, 46, at the couple's residence at 1200 67th St. NW in Bradenton. Then, Bristow said, Avalos went to the church at 6502 14th St. W and shot Battle.

Deputies were called to the church when a witness, who only minutes before had spoken with Avalos, heard a gunshot.

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Rockwall County jury finds Eric Williams guilty of capital murder

ROCKWALL, Texas — The 12-member Rockwall County jury tasked with determining the outcome of a former justice of the peace accused in the murders of three has entered into deliberations just before 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, December 4, 2014. A little over an hour-and-a-half later, the jury returned with a guilty verdict.

Former Kaufman County Justice of the Peace Eric Williams was standing trial for the capital murder of Cynthia McLelland — the wife of Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland. Both were killed in their Forney area home on March 30, 2013 — just months after Mike’s top prosecutor, Mark Hasse, was gunned down near the Kaufman County Courthouse.

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Convicted killer charged with attempted murder of Kamloops Mountie (updated)

36-year-old man injured during arrest, Cpl. Jean Rene Michaud in critical but stable condition

A 36-year-old convicted killer has been charged with the attempted murder of Kamloops Mountie Cpl. Jean Rene Michaud during a traffic stop Wednesday.

Kenneth Michael Knutson, who’s well known to police across the Lower Mainland, appeared in a Kamloops courtroom Thursday afternoon.

He was injured in the exchange of gunfire that left Michaud in critical condition in hospital.

Knutson’s criminal history dates back to his teenage years: In 1997, he got three months for a break and enter in Coquitlam, where he grew up.

By 2001, the charges were more serious: assaulting a police officer, possession for the purpose of trafficking and possession of property obtained by crime.

On March 15, 2002, he fired a gun into the chest of his 21-year-old friend Christopher Lesniak inside a Coquitlam basement suite.

Lesniak died and Knutson was charged with second-degree murder.

He later pleaded guilty to criminal negligence causing death, claiming the gun had gone off accidentally as he showed it to Lesniak.

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Arlington Teen Killed In Apparent Gun Accident
December 4, 2014 6:41 AM

ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) – Law enforcement officials in Arlington are investigating the death of a 17-year-old boy who was apparently shot and killed by his 16-year-old best friend. The incident happened just after midnight, early on Thursday.

Police officers and paramedics were called to a home along Golden View Court. When they arrived, the teen was found dead inside from a gunshot wound. Authorities believe that the two friends were playing with the gun when it somehow accidentally discharged.

The victim did not live at the home, but frequently spent time there with his friend, police said. The 16-year-old suspect was taken in for questioning, but official do believe that the shooting was an accident.

http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2014/12/04/a...ounger-friend/

Hit man convicted of killing first of three men who died linked to same woman

A Mississippi hit man was convicted Thursday of gunning down a clergyman at his eastern New Orleans home in exchange for $100,000 from the pastor's wife. It is one of three successive deaths of men who were close to the same woman, Emma Raine, 50, who has been called a black widow but has not been convicted of any killings.

A jury in Orleans Parish Criminal District Court jury deliberated less than an hour before voting unanimously to convict the hit man, Alfred "Terry" Everette, of second-degree murder. The charge carries a mandatory life sentence.

On the night of Smith's murder, Everette sat outside the pastor's home in the 10700 block of Roger Drive and waited for him to return from an outing with friends. When Smith arrived at about 11:30 p.m., Everette got out of a car, drew a gun and shot Smith twice in the chest.

Smith, 38, was able to make it into his house but collapsed and died shortly afterwards. Everette drove back to Mississippi, tossing the gun out of the car's window while crossing the bridge over Lake Pontchartrain.

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Protests planned after Phoenix police kill unarmed black man

12/04/14 10:18 PM—UPDATED 12/04/14 11:03 PM
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Update: The Phoenix Police Department released a statement late Thursday saying that the officer involved in the shooting was a white, 30-year-old male with seven years of experience on the force.

A rally was scheduled for Thursday night in Phoenix after Rumain Brisbon, a 34-year-old unarmed black father of four children, was shot and killed by police in a confrontation that critics and community members likened to the deaths of Michael Brown in Missouri and Eric Garner in New York.

Sgt. Trent Crump, a Phoenix police spokesman, strongly defended the decision by the officer who shot Brisbon on Tuesday night, whose identity and race haven’t been released.

“This one went bad from the standpoint of how it ended, but the officer was doing exactly what we want him to do,” Crump said at a news conference.

Handout image released by the Arizona Department of Corrections of Rumain Brisbon who has been identified by police as the man shot and killed by a police officer during an incident in Phoenix, Ariz. on Dec. 2, 2014.

Handout image released by the Arizona Department of Corrections of Rumain Brisbon who has been identified by police as the man shot and killed by a police officer during an incident in Phoenix, Ariz. on Dec. 2, 2014. Photo by Arizona Department of Corrections/EPA

But Ann Hart, chairwoman of the African American Police Advisory Board for South Phoenix, said the shooting only reinforces “the impression it’s open season for killing black men.”

“We need to look into that,” Hart told NBC station KPNX of Phoenix. “We need to take a deeper dive into why police officers are feeling compelled to shoot and kill as opposed to apprehend and detain, arrest and jail.”

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Phoenix cops kill unarmed black father, 34, after mistaking pill bottle for gun - sparking angry protests as his nine-year-old daughter tells officers: 'You did not have the right to shoot my dad'



Emotional plea: Aiyana Raines, nine, (above) gave an emotional interview after an officer shot her father and said: 'The officer did not have the right to shoot my dad or kill him'


Tragedy: Rumain Brisbon (above with his youngest daughter) was killed after an officer feared he was armed during a struggle, but it was just a pill bottle. The officer shot him twice in the torse

The nine-year-old daughter of a black, unarmed man shot dead by a white Phoenix police officer who mistook a pill bottle for a gun is speaking out in an emotional interview.

Rumain Brisbon, 34, was killed after an officer feared the suspect was armed during a struggle.

Now his daughter Aiyana has made an emotional a plea to law enforcement across the country as she talks about how unnecessary the killing was, and how her father will never see her grow up.

'I felt like that it really didn't need to happen,' Aiyana Raines told Fox10.


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Eric Garner's Death Was 'Legal' in the United States. America Killed Him, Not Police.
Posted: 12/05/2014 3:55 am EST Updated: 1 hour ago



Eric Garner's family has every right to disregard an apology from an officer involved in this tragedy, especially since Garner's death was ruled a homicide. The video of officers tackling the unarmed man, placing a knee on his neck, shoving his face into the pavement, and blocking his airway (as he pleaded for his life) is horrifying.

"If only Garner just followed the request of law enforcement officials" is the vantage point of some people. Interestingly, Sean Hannity never advocated Cliven Bundy and his armed ranchers quietly succumb to government law enforcement officials. In addition, the NRA never tells its members to always abide by the government's wishes, or to always acquiesce to the demands of others. I thought that was called tyranny; the view that one could die if he or she doesn't abide by a request fast enough. What's good for some should be good for others, but our world doesn't work in this manner. Hence, the Tea Party is remarkably silent for some reason about the deaths of unarmed black citizens and this reason correlates to the racial divide in America, as well as how race plays a factor in criminal justice.

Thus, to blame the police for Eric Garner's demise ignores the bigger picture. A grand jury apparently couldn't find any laws broken in the death of an American citizen whose last words were the following:

I can't breathe. I can't breathe. I can't breathe. I can't breathe. I can't breathe. I can't breathe. I can't breathe. I can't breathe. I can't breathe.

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John Guzy arraigned in death of Derek Prindle

John M. Guzy, charged with murder and attempted murder in an Oct. 27 Bainbridge shooting is set to be arraigned on a 17-count indictment in Chenango County Court.

A Bainbridge man accused of shooting two Afton residents and killing one is scheduled to be arraigned today on 17 charges, including murder and attempted murder.

John M. Guzy, 56, is accused of killing Derek D. Prindle, 26, and wounding 60-year-old Derek S. Prindle during a confrontation outside a Bainbridge fitness center on Oct. 27.

Guzy and the Prindles were involved in a traffic dispute along Route 7 in Bainbridge, state police said. Their vehicles then pulled into the Peak Fitness parking lot on Route 7 around 1:25 p.m., where the incident escalated and the shootings took place, police said.

The younger Prindle died after being shot in the chest at close range, according to prosecutors. Guzy drove away in a Chevrolet Trailblazer after also shooting the elder Prindle — leaving him seriously injured.

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Victim wouldn't pass out, thwarting efforts to rob him


GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WZZM) - The prostitute John Dahlinger hired for company encouraged him to smoke more cocaine and drink wine, hoping Dahlinger would pass out in the bedroom of his Northeast Side condominium so he could be robbed with ease.

Instead, Dahlinger partied without signs of slowing down, much to the frustration of prostitute Dijana Kilic and her pimp, Danyell Darshiek Thomas.

As Dahlinger's cocaine use ramped up, he started to perspire and showed signs of paranoia and fear, Kilic noted in text messages to her pimp.

"If I put rubbing alcohol in his nose, will he pass out?'' she asked Thomas in one of the last text exchanges.

Dahlinger, 56, did not pass out, but was beaten by Thomas and shot in the face once Kilic left the bedroom, witnesses testified.

Thomas, 36, faces multiple charges for the Oct. 16, 2013 beating and shooting death of Dahlinger inside the victim's condominium near Dean Lake Avenue and Knapp Street NE.

SENTENCED: Floyd Semons to serve time in prison in 2010 shooting death of James Cooper

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — He’s one of four men charged in connection with the May 2010 death of James Cooper. Now, more than four years after the crime, Floyd Semons has been sentenced in the case against him.

22-year-old Semons initially faced a felony murder charge in the case. That charge was amended to attempted armed robbery with use of force as party to a crime — a charge to which Semons pleaded guilty on November 17th of this year.

http://fox6now.com/2014/12/04/senten...-james-cooper/

Traffic ticket led up to shooting, murder indictment of former Police Chief

ORANGEBURG COUNTY, S.C. (WRDW) -- It's a different outcome in one local town than in other parts of the country. A day after a New York Grand Jury decides not to indict an officer in a chokehold death, a white South Carolina cop is in court charged with the murder of an unarmed black man.

Prosecutors say Richard Combs was the Police Chief in Eutawville in Orangeburg County, South Carolina when he shot and killed 54-year-old Bernard Bailey in 2011.

There are mixed emotions in the small town. Many people are happy with the decision, but they're also upset people in Ferguson, Missouri and New York City aren't seeing the same results.

It's the same message we've seen in Ferguson and again in New York, but Thursday's protest in Orangeburg is for something that happened much closer to home.

"The people of Orangeburg County found there was probably cause and they indicted Richard Combs for murder," Bailey family attorney Carl Grant said.

Former Eutawville Police Chief Richard Combs is now an inmate in jail, indicted for the murder of Bernard Bailey by a Grand Jury Wednesday. But, the beginning of the story dates back to a night in 2011 when Bailey's daughter got a ticket for having a tail light out.

"She called her father to come out because she was a little concerned for her own personal safety," Grant said.

An argument between the father and officer turned heated, but ultimately everyone went home that night.

"Approximately two days later Mr. Combs decided that he would get a warrant for Mr. Bailey's arrest for obstructing justice," Grant said.

Bailey, however, didn't find that out until two months later when he went to Town Hall to pay his daughter's fine.

"Naturally Mr. Bailey was shocked and surprised and made a comment to the effect of 'You've got to be kidding me.' So, he walked out of Town Hall kind of quickly to try and get to his pick up truck," Grant told News 12.

It's as Bailey is trying to drive away that the details get fuzzy. The Bailey family attorney says Combs was partially in the truck as Bailey tried to drive away.

"Mr. Bailey cranked the pick up truck up, put it in revers,e and there's a debate as to how fast or how far the truck moved. Of course, a dead man can't talk," Grant said.

Chief Combs claims he felt threatened when the truck started moving, unholstered his gun and fired three shots, killing Bernard Bailey. Now, as a three year old case moves forward, protesters say this shooting is setting America back.

"I'm standing here right now protesting the same thing that my grandfather protested for," protester Juvaun Davis said. "It happened in 2011, right? Now it's 2014. I just wonder what took so long."

Combs attorney, John O'Leary, says timing is actually in the other side's favor and has more to do with shootings hundreds of miles away than the one just down the street.

"Trying to make it race because his timing is perfect. He's got all the national issues going on, so they want to drag him in and look what a great community we are here. We're gonna put a police officer who is doing his job in jail for thirty years. That's wrong. That's completely wrong," O'Leary said.

The trial was supposed to start December 8th, but Bailey's attorney says it will be rescheduled for sometime in January.

Bailey also addressed why, three years later, we are just now hearing about a murder indictment. He said it's because the Feds actually investigated first, and that took two years. When they handed it back over to the State and County, they ended up indicting Combs for Misconduct in Office last year. Combs then tried to file a "Stand Your Ground" hearing, saying his life was in danger, but a judge denied that two weeks ago. So, the Solicitor went forward with the murder charge.

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