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Whitebear
10-13-2015, 09:03 PM
Father of (White) woman who was beaten and sexually assaulted (by black man) at apartment complex speaks (http://www.wlox.com/story/30252574/father-of-woman-who-was-assaulted-at-os-apartment-complex-speaks)
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Cameron Dwayne May

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Barbi Jalanivich

JACKSON COUNTY, MS - Danny Jalanivich, of Jackson County, broke down as he remembered the moment he saw his daughter right after she was brutally beaten and sexually assaulted. Jalanivich says he "lost it" when he saw her battered and swollen face. Barbi Jalanivich was attacked while working at the Dominion Apartments in Ocean Springs last month. He's revealing her identity to show the pain the crime has brought to Barbi and the family. He is also asking the community to support a golf tournament on Oct. 24 to raise funds for Barbi. - (Black-on-white (http://www.newnation.org/NNN-Black-on-White.html))

Police name suspect in Ocean Springs attack (http://www.fox10tv.com/story/30068661/police-name-suspect-in-ocean-springs-attack)
OCEAN SPRINGS, MS - Ocean Springs police have named a suspect wanted in connection with the attack on a woman at an apartment complex. Police are looking for Cameron Dwayne May, 24, of Biloxi. Detective Captain William Jackson said May is wanted for the crime of aggravated assault from the September 10 attack at the Dominion Apartments. Investigators report the victim was severely beaten and sexually assaulted while working in an office at the apartments. May is believed to be driving a white 2004 Chevrolet Suburban with Mississippi tag HIL460. Police warn he's considered to be armed and dangerous.
Benefit golf tournament for Barbi Jalanivich set for Oct. 24 at Hickory Hill (http://blog.gulflive.com/mississippi-press-news/2015/10/benefit_golf_tournament_for_ba.html)
All proceeds from the event will go to Barbi Jalanivich and her daughter, Kya, to offset medical and living expenses.