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11-01-2015, 07:41 AM

Woman Survives Gunshot To The Face In Domestic Dispute
October 31, 2015 4:54 PM


MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A woman is listed in stable condition after she was allegedly shot by the father of her four children.

According to investigators, she was involved in a verbal dispute with Lamount Tavius Lubin, 32, that escalated into a physical confrontation Friday night at a home near S.W. 260th Street and S.W. 137th Avenue. That’s when, police say, Lubin grabbed a gun and shot her in the face.

11-05-2015, 08:17 AM

Police: Woman has killed two husbands in same Treme house - 25 years apart
3:32 p.m. CST November 2, 2015


NEW ORLEANS – Billie Ray Jacobs’ relatives tried to make contact with him for days but were met with silence and excuses each time.

Once police made their way into the home in the 2000 block of Dumaine Street, they found a large knife next to Jacobs, two dogs that had minor stab wounds and a handwritten note from 62-year-old Brenda Jacobs, stating that the couple would lose the house and become homeless.Finally, they arrived at his Treme home last Friday and spotted his lifeless body, covered in dry blood, slumped over a table as his distraught wife lay in a side yard.

Brenda Jacobs wrote that she killed her husband and tried to kill their dogs and herself “so that they could be at peace,” according to an arrest warrant.

The home, which had been listed as delinquent on tax bills since February, was the same place where she killed another husband 25 years ago.

The most recent killing apparently happened sometime last week.

Billie Ray Jacobs’ relatives had tried to get in touch with him since at least Wednesday.

After they couldn’t find him then, they went to his home on Thursday and saw the 64-year-old man seated at the kitchen table, albeit slumped, according to the warrant.

11-11-2015, 11:35 AM

Husband doused wife, set her on fire, Hueytown police say


on November 10, 2015 at 2:43 PM

A Hueytown man doused his wife with a flammable liquid and set her on fire during a fight at their family home, police said.

Authorities today announced charges against 38-year-old Manfred McCarroll. He is being held in the Jefferson County Jail with bond set at $180,000.

Hueytown police and firefighters were called to the family's house on Newport Drive about 12:45 a.m. on Oct. 28, said Sgt. Mark Didcoct. They were dispatched there on a report of a house fire, but soon learned there was more.

Inside they found McCarroll and his wife, both badly burned. Both were taken to UAB's Trauma and Burn Intensive Care Unit. After questioning, detectives learned that the fire erupted during an argument between McCarroll and his 40-year-old wife.

Didcoct said the argument was the result of an ongoing dispute. McCarroll used a flammable household liquid to torch his wife, police said. He, too, was burned when he set her on fire, Didcoct said. The couple's three school-age children were home at the time, but weren't injured.

11-12-2015, 10:25 AM

Cops: Mother of 8 killed by ex after fight over diaper money



A single mother of eight young children :rolleyes:was shot to death by an ex-boyfriend during an argument over money for diapers and baby wipes, police said in a criminal complaint.

Markese Reese, 20, of Penn Hills, was arrested late Tuesday and jailed without bond on a charge of criminal homicide in the death of 28-year-old Marqua Wilson, of Pittsburgh.

Allegheny County court records show Wilson had obtained a protection-from-abuse order against Reese in 2013, identifying him as the father of one of her children and saying he had been physically abusive when they lived together in McKeesport, a Pittsburgh suburb. Reese was charged with violating that order in October 2014 by breaking into her home and throwing things, then stabbing her in the arm with a grill fork when she tried to leave.

Online court records show burglary and other charges filed in the 2014 incident were withdrawn, but it wasn't clear why. Courts were closed Wednesday for Veterans Day, and the actual documents could not be accessed.

Despite that history, Wilson allowed Reese to visit Sunday night into Monday, when he brought baby supplies and some marijuana to her home, authorities said.

The complaint indicates a witness was drinking wine and vodka with Wilson before Reese arrived.

Reese and Wilson argued Sunday night when he asked her to reimburse him for the baby supplies, saying the money was supposed to have been spent on marijuana, the complaint said. The adults went to bed at about 2 a.m. Monday after Wilson agreed to repay Reese, but the argument resumed after they woke up about 10 a.m., :rolleyes:the complaint said.

According to the complaint, Reese choked Wilson, so the witness took Wilson's children downstairs while the argument raged on the second floor. The witness then heard a "loud 'boom'" and Reese ran down the stairs with a bloody shirt and hands, saying he and Wilson had been fighting, the complaint said. When the witness went next door to call 911, Reese ran away, police said.

Police tried to track down Reese and even sought to negotiate his surrender over the phone. According to the complaint, Reese told police: "We were struggling over the gun and it accidentally went off and I ran."

Wilson died of a gunshot wound to the head, police said.

Reese denied killing Wilson as reporters peppered him with questions as he was led from police headquarters Tuesday.

"I didn't kill the mother of my child," Reese said. "I loved her.";)

Wilson's family has set up a gofundme.com page to raise money for her funeral expenses. Authorities have said Wilson's children are all younger than 13.

11-15-2015, 07:02 AM

Homestead Man Allegedly Sets Own Father On Fire
November 14, 2015 7:55 PM


HOMESTEAD (CBSMiami) — The hunt is on for a man who, police say, intentionally lit his father on fire, leaving him in critical condition.

Police said it happened Saturday morning at 730 N.W. 17th Street, after an argument between the victim and his son, 38-year-old Tabias Rollins.

“During the argument, Rollins decided to douse his father with gasoline and light him on fire,” said Det. Fernando Morales of the Homestead Police Dept. “Fire was able to get here on time, extinguish the fire and airlift the father to Kendall Regional Medical Center.”

11-16-2015, 07:03 AM

Man charged in triple shooting at Oxon Hill apartment
WUSA 9 Staff, WUSA 7:34 a.m. EST November 15, 2015


OXON HILL, Md. (WUSA9) -- A man was arrested for the shooting deaths of three people inside of an Oxon Hill apartment Friday night, according to the Prince George's County Police Department.

Clifford John Browne, Jr., 34, of Capitol Heights is being charged with killing Lakeysha Walters, 40, her daughter Shaneka Walters, 25 and James Gibson, 45, police said.

The shooting happened around 10:20 p.m. in the 1400 block of Southern Avenue in Oxon Hill. Police say when officers arrived, they found two women and one man dead inside of the apartment.

Police believe the murders stemmed from a domestic dispute.