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White Sail
10-24-2010, 09:43 AM

Elderly Man Murdered, Wife Shot
Last Update: 9/27 9:12 am

Youngstown police are looking into the murder of an elderly man and the shooting of his wife on the city's south side.

Officers surveyed a two-and-a-half block crime scene on Saturday in search of clues. Just after 1 p.m. reports of shots fired came in at the corner of Philadelphia and Southern Boulevard.

It was there a 75-year-old man and his 74-year-old wife would be caught up in the gunfire, just moments after the man picked up his wife from work at Saint Dominic Catholic Parish.

Police are baffled by the crime.

"We have no motive at this time, and why would anyone want to target an elderly couple at that age? We just don't have any idea," said Youngstown Police Captain, Rod Foley.

In an attempt to escape the gunfire, police said the man continued to drive down Southern Boulevard where he ended up crashing his Cadillac into a bench in front of the Mahoning County Annex. It would be his final resting place. Thomas Repchic died at the scene. His wife Jacqueline was rushed to surgery at Saint Elizabeth Health Center after suffering a gunshot wound to the leg.

"It looks like they were targeted for some reason, either randomly or intentionally, and unfortunately someone doesn't have a grandfather now," Foley said.

Police are looking for an older model burgundy or red Dodge Durango with tinted windows, possibly from the late 90s. They said several suspects could be involved in the crime.

"Nothing has really developed as a full lead yet. We're just trying to develop our own right now. If anybody can call us at the non-emergency 330-747-7911, any information on any Durangos that you've seen in that area that fits that description, certainly give us a call," Foley said.

This isn't the first crime to rock the congregation of St. Dominic's Church. Earlier this year, a church member, 80-year-old Angeline Fimognari, was robbed and murdered as she left the church. The suspect in that case is still awaiting trial.

White Sail
10-24-2010, 09:53 AM

Police: Repchic Shooting Case of 'Clearly Mistaken Identity'
Last Update: 9/29 9:30 am

One man is in custody while police are looking for a second suspect in the weekend shooting of an elderly couple from Youngstown that left one dead and the other badly hurt.

Early Saturday afternoon, Thomas Repchic, 74, was shot to death on Southern Boulevard while driving home from St. Dominic Church. His wife, Jacqueline, was shot in the leg.

During a press conference Tuesday, Police Chief Jimmy Hughes said officials believe the couple were not targeted, but rather caught up in an ongoing feud between gang members who mistook their car for someone else's.

"The individuals we arrested and are looking for were having a sort of turf war over some type of back and forth revenge," said Hughes. "There's enough information to assure everyone that it was not directed toward the parishioners but to someone else."

After several days of chasing down leads and looking for clues, police Tuesday raided a home at 537 Garfield St. just off Glenwood Avenue at about noon.

Members of the Valley Law Enforcement Task Force secured the South Side home, and a short time later, detectives arrived armed with a search warrant and arrested 25-year-old Kevin Agee.


Police also took a number of rifles, shotguns and ammunition from the house along with several bulletproof vests. The county dog warden also took away a pair of vicious dogs.

On Monday, police had recovered the red Dodge Durango they believed was used in the shooting. It was found at 30 E. Hilton Ave.


Investigators said they believe Agee and Aubrey Toney, 29, were responsible for the shooting, one acting as the driver and the other as the shooter. Both are expected to be charged with aggravated murder, and Agee will be arraigned on his charge Wednesday morning.

After the shooting, Repchic was pronounced dead at the scene, while his wife was taken to St. Elizabeth Health Center for treatment. Police said Tuesday that her leg was amputated and she is recovering in the hospital.

Another man taken into custody at the home on Garfield Street is said to be facing unrelated drug charges based on items found when police searched that house. That man's name hasn't been released.

Police said it was tips to Crime Stoppers and around-the-clock investigation that led to the arrest warrants.

Mayor Jay Williams commended the police department for its swift action and said he is sure justice will be served.

"Based on the arrest that already transpired and the current and active search for Toney, I'm confident these individuals will be brought to justice," he said.

Calling hours for Repchic will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at Vaschak-Kirila Funeral home on Canfield Road in Youngstown. The funeral mass will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Dominic Church in Youngstown.

White Sail
10-24-2010, 09:56 AM

Bond Set for Murder Suspect; Another on the Loose
Last Update: 9/30 7:22 am

As the manhunt continues for Aubrey Toney, the man police believe drove the car used in Saturday's fatal shooting in Youngstown appeared in court Wednesday.


Kevin Agee, 25, faces aggravated murder and felonious assault in the drive-by killing of Thomas Repchic and wounding of his wife Jacqueline. He's being housed in the Mahoning County Jail.

"He has spoken with detectives indicating he was the drive, so from the strength standpoint we do believe we have a strong case against Mr. Agee," said Basil Ally, assistant city prosecutor.

Judge Beth Kobly set bond at $3 million. Authorities have also a warning for Toney, 29.


"This is a futile attempt to run," said Capt. Rod Foley. "It's gonna be here. It's not gonna go away. Sooner or later, you're gonna be here."

Court papers indicate that police believe Agee and Toney were targeting another man as part of a long-running gang feud. Detectives say the Cadillac the Repchics were driving Saturday was similar to the one the suspects were looking for, and they fired at the wrong car.

Thomas Repchic was pronounced dead at the scene. The wound his wife suffered was so bad doctors were forced to amputate her leg to save her life.

This shooting came less than a week after realtor Vivian Martin was murdered when she went to an East Side home to meet what she thought was a prospective client. Two men have already been charged in that case.

"As we like to call the, they're 'true victims.' We just, luckily, we got a high batting average the last two weeks to put these guys away quickly," Foley said.

Agee was picked up Tuesday afternoon following a raid at his home on Garfield Street, where police recovered a number of guns. At this point, detectives are still checking to see of any of the guns was the murder weapon.

Police say they hope Toney's family can convince him to surrender.

"He's not gonna do anything for his family or his friends," said Police Capt. Rod Foley. "If they're helping him, he's just gonna put them in hot water, so hopefully this running will end soon. As I told some other individuals today that we have a whole team of officers out there looking for him, so sooner or later we're gonna get something somewhere from someone and hopefully we'll bring him in."

Calling hours for Repchic will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at Vaschak-Kirila Funeral home on Canfield Road in Youngstown. The funeral mass will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Dominic Church in Youngstown.

White Sail
10-24-2010, 10:00 AM

Second Suspect in Repchic Murder in Custody
Last Update: 12:31 am

Aubrey Toney, 29, was taken into custody by members of the U.S. Marshal's service about 2 a.m. Saturday in Georgia.


City Prosecutor Jay Macejko got a call early Saturday morning that he's been waiting nearly a month to receive.

"The U.S. Marshall Service notified me about 2 a.m. this morning that they had taken Aubrey Toney into custody just outside of Atlanta, Georgia," said Macejko.

After an intense, month-long manhunt, the second suspect allegedly responsible for killing 74-year-old Thomas J. Repchic and wounding his wife Jacqueline on Youngstown's south side in September, was finally caught hundreds of miles away.

"There has been an intensive manhunt for about the last week. They were utilizing all technology and all resources at their disposal and it paid of this morning," Macejko added.

Toney was found in a suburb of Atlanta.

"Our local task force was heading up the search, and with the assistance of the Columbus division, and the Atlanta division, they were able to narrow Toney's location down to this particular suburb in a particular hotel," explained Macejko. "Estimates are that he could have been there for approximately a week or just shy of 10 days. It looks like around the 13th he may have arrived in that area, but no one's exactly sure, but we are trying to build that timeline."

Macejko said they believe Toney has family members in the Atlanta area.

Toney is the suspected trigger man in the shooting of the Repchics, an event which is galvanizing the city into an aggressive anti-crime effort targeted especially to Youngstown's south side.

Toney is expected to be returned to the Mahoning Valley within 10 days to face charges of aggravated murder along with other lesser charges. If convicted he could face the death penalty.

"The detectives did a great investigation," Macejko said. "The individuals responsible for hunting these fugitives tracked him down, and now we have to close the deal by bringing him to justice."

The Repchics were driving in their Cadillac near the intersection of Philadelphia Avenue and Southern Boulevard when it is believed Toney, riding in a red Dodge Durango, opened fire, killing Thomas and wounding his wife. Police believe it was a case of mistaken identity; Toney thought the Cadillac contained rivals.

The Repchic's were members of Saint Dominic's Church in Youngstown. Father Maturi said the prosecutor called him Saturday morning with the news.

"I was very happy to hear that," said Father Maturi. "Of course, he's innocent until proven guilty, but I'm glad that we have the suspects now, that the case can go forward, and I'm sure the city prosecutor will do a great job in prosecuting the case."

Toney's alleged accomplice, Kevin Agee, 25, the man police believe was driving the vehicle used in the shooting, is in custody facing charges of aggravated murder and felonious assault. He is being held without bond.

White Sail
10-24-2010, 10:49 AM
There is a confirmation of what I was suspecting all along: the victims of this vicious crime were White:

In this user submitted photo, Jacqueline and Thomas Repchic are seen celebrating their anniversary. (http://www.vindy.com/photos/2010/sep/30/34693/)

The murderous niggers did not even bother to look inside of the car they targeted. After all, the victims were White, so why would they care? I hope the state of Ohio would mean business in this case - execute both murderous subhuman beasts and be done with it.

White Sail
10-24-2010, 11:06 AM
In this article's pictures, even though it's not specified, looks like both of the murderous subhuman beasts are muslim niggers, judging from their beards. That's the absolutely worst type of niggers possible. Both of them should be executed ASAP, of course. Also there are some good comments at the end of the article.


Manhunt intensifies for 2nd Repchic suspect
Published: Thu, September 30, 2010 @ 12:10 a.m.
By John W. Goodwin Jr.


With one suspect in Thomas Repchic’s murder behind bars on a $3 million bond, police now want to get their hands on the second suspect who has managed to elude them for several days.

They are focusing attention on the capture of Aubrey F. Toney, 29, of Youngstown. Police Capt. Rod Foley said officers have been working virtually nonstop looking for him.

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“We are searching high and low for this individual and hoping he or members of his family come to their senses, and he turns himself in,” said Foley. “You can’t live in a box forever.”

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Kevin D. Agee Jr., 25, of West Ravenwood Avenue, appeared Wednesday before Judge Elizabeth Kobly of Youngstown Municipal Court for arraignment on aggravated murder and felonious assault charges. The judge set bond at $1 million on the assault charge and $2 million on the murder.

Prosecutors said Agee reportedly has admitted to driving the SUV used in the drive-by shooting of 74-year-old Repchic and wounding of his wife Jacqueline over the weekend.

Foley said police believe the shooting was a case of mistaken identity in a feud between two rival factions.

“Unfortunately, they took this feud to another level where there was possibly past gunplay between these people and they were actually trying to kill one another,” said Foley.

Foley said there does not appear to be a gang connection in the shooting. But at least one of the men may have been affiliated in the past with a gang that once operated in Youngstown by the name of “5150s”.

Neither Agee nor Toney is a stranger to the criminal justice system. Court records show both men have previous felony convictions.

Agee, according to court records, was convicted of criminal trespassing, a charge amended from breaking and entering, and sentenced to 22 days in jail in 2007. He was also shot in the leg during a 2001 drive-by shooting on the city’s South Side.

Toney has criminal case convictions dating back to 2003. He was most recently convicted of three counts of trafficking in crack cocaine in 2008 and sentenced to 18 months in jail with a fine of $5,000.

Toney was charged with possession of drugs and possession of cocaine in 2005. He ultimately pleaded guilty to the charges and was sentenced to prison, but court and prison records do not state how much time he served.

In 2003 Toney was charged with possession of drugs, trafficking in marijuana and trafficking in cocaine. He ultimately pleaded guilty to trafficking in marijuana and trafficking in cocaine, and was sentenced to two years’ probation with treatment at a community-based corrections facility.

Toney also was sentenced to a year in prison for probation violation after being arrested on the 2005 charges while still on probation for the 2003 drug charges.

Smedley Butler
10-24-2010, 11:22 AM
The link is working now, but in my experience half of these stories are removed in a month. Example look at how every link on this momental horror story was removed years ago unless you pay.
With out NNNF it would be down the memory hole.



Thomas Repchic was pronounced dead at the scene. The wound his wife suffered was so bad doctors were forced to amputate her leg to save her life.


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This isn't the first crime to rock the congregation of St. Dominic's Church. Earlier this year, a church member, 80-year-old Angeline Fimognari, was robbed and murdered as she left the church. The suspect in that case is still awaiting trial.
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Police also took a number of rifles, shotguns and ammunition from the house along with several bulletproof vests. The county dog warden also took away a pair of vicious dogs.
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Pit Bulls ?

Do we have a Gun problem in the regime or a non White problem ?

Will the regime press report if these Congoids had anti White books or magazine's, or Rap C.D.'s. and what was on their P.C.s ?

This regime has Congoids at all level of Government today.

So this story is offensive to be reported nation wide, but if two White boys were to yell any offensive words it would make nation wide Media.

06-18-2014, 06:32 AM

Jury finds Toney guilty of murder; no death penalty
Updated: June 7, 2014, 12:20 am

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Jurors found Aubrey Toney guilty of murder but not aggravated murder Friday in the long-running trial, meaning he will not be eligible for the death penalty.

Jurors also found Toney guilty of felonious assault and a firearms specification. The jury did not reach a verdict on an attempted murder charge against Toney.

07-12-2016, 10:31 AM

Youngstown man re-sentenced in 2010 shooting of elderly couple
Aubrey Toney was sentenced to 29 years to life in prison
By WKBN Staff Published: July 12, 2016, 11:10 am