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06-20-2007, 05:05 PM
Negro won't get that parole now--DNA magic strikes again (http://www.shreveporttimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070620/BREAKINGNEWS/70620030)

DNA leads to arrest in 21-year-old rape case

BATON ROUGE ó An admitted rapist's parole was canceled because his DNA matched that from another rape 22 years ago.

Clarence Mott Jr., 45, had been scheduled for parole this week from the Louisiana State Penitentiary. Instead, he was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish jail Friday, on charges of aggravated rape and aggravated burglary. :lol:

The assault occurred in September 1985 ó seven months before the one to which Mott pleaded guilty and for which he was serving a 25-year sentence.

After Louisiana state police Crime Lab technicians matched Mott's DNA to the earlier rape, a Baton Rouge Police Department detective met with the victim last week, according to the arrest warrant. It said she knew Mott "because he lived across the street from her mother."

The detective filed the warrant for Mott and police placed a hold on his scheduled release, said Angie Norwood, public information officer at Angola.

The crime lab is working through evidence in crimes that occurred before DNA testing was available or as good as it is now.

Fingerprints and a gold earring were the evidence that brought charges against Mott in the April 1986 rape and robbery. He was accused of raping and robbing the same woman in December as well. He was booked with two counts of aggravated rape, aggravated burglary and armed robbery, and pleaded guilty to forcible rape.

After serving about 13 years, he was released to the East Baton Rouge District Parole Office on Sept. 25, 1999, for "good time," Norwood said. After failing to meet with his parole officer, Mott was found in California and returned to Angola on Oct. 23, 2000.

He remained there until Friday, Norwood said. If Mott had remained at Angola, he would have been eligible for parole this week.

Louisiana law does not have any statute of limitations for aggravated rape because it is punishable by death or life imprisonment.


East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office--Prison Inmate List (http://www.ebrso.org/jms.php/?inmate&id=1964&key=d8728224b609d0d166891f9217f7f157)

Prison Inmate List
Inmate Information
Last Name: MOTT
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Booked: 06/15/2007, 16:10

Charge LRS File Number
RAPE/AGGRAVATED 14:42 85-70482
BURG/AGG 14:60 85-70482

09-01-2007, 06:11 AM
(Follow-Up. The fact that this story had very little coverage, points to the 19 year-old female victim being a white woman, but I couldn't confirm.)

Life in Prison Times Three for Holland
He's sentenced for 1991 Chantilly rape.
By Bonnie Hobbs
January 25, 2007

Troy Holland

The woman was just 19 and had only lived in Chantilly a couple weeks when two masked man grabbed her outside her car as she arrived home. They forced her back into the vehicle, drove to an unknown location nearby and brutally raped and sodomized her.
She reported the crime to the police and DNA evidence was taken from her person. Since she never saw her attackers, though, more than 13 years passed before there was a break in the case.


09-01-2007, 07:08 AM
Immediate hanging is called for in this case. A nigger who rapes a white girl must pay for that crime with it's monkey life! This should be the law of the land!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


09-01-2007, 12:17 PM
A forward-thinking society would know that the best (and only) solution would be to lynch the black beasts before they could ever lay their paws on a human. Unfortunately, the covering up of this heinous atrocity, as well as the lenient sentencing, shows that great minds are no longer in control of Western civilisation. By not making examples of these dark demons, every other nigger thinks they can get away with defiling a White girl or woman.

Niggers need to be taught that their place in society is at the end of a rope.

09-01-2007, 08:54 PM
Hanging Niggers that Rape White Women must be done immediately and without remorse.

As long as Niggers live near Whites, Nigger initiated Rapes, Murders, CarJackings, Thefts, Shootings, Tortures, TNB will continues until their collective removal including all Nigger children and Sows.

Since 1965 when Niggers received their "civil rights" in this country, millions of Whites have been victims of Nigger violence, which if the practice of Lynching was in still common and in effect, would have most certainly lowered the number of White Victims - particularly white women victims.

The Two Sick Groids above need a thick simple rope around their necks to remind them that White justice is fast, simple and direct. If a NIGGER messes with a White Woman today, they must hang from Mr. Rope today!!!! Reasoning out whether to take this step or not is no longer working. In a previous generation, Nigger Rapists hung on that big Oak Tree near the Courthouse sometimes within minutes after the discovery of the crime.

Hang'em high.

09-08-2007, 12:44 PM
Mulato inmate charged in cold child rape case (http://www.telegram.com/article/20070908/NEWS/709080342/1116)

Inmate charged in rape

WORCESTERó A Spencer man serving a prison sentence for kidnapping and robbery was charged yesterday with a forcible child rape and armed robbery 9 years ago in Worcester, based on what a prosecutor said was a DNA match linking the suspect to the crime.

Collins Thompkins Jr., 30, formerly of 10 Chestnut St., Spencer, stands accused of raping a 14-year-old girl at gunpoint on the night of Nov. 1, 1998, in the area of 622 Park Ave. and stealing her boyfriendís leather jacket before fleeing the scene. Mr. Thompkins, who was sentenced to 7 to 9 years in state prison in 1999 after being convicted of robbery, kidnapping and assault charges, was arraigned yesterday in Central District Court on charges of rape of a child by force and armed robbery.

Judge Robert G. Harbour set Mr. Thompkinsí bail at $500,000 cash or $5 million with surety and continued his case to Oct. 5. Not-guilty pleas were entered by the court on Mr. Thompkinsí behalf.

Assistant District Attorney Joseph A. Quinlan told the judge that Mr. Thompkinsí DNA profile, which was contained in the Combined DNA Index System, a database of DNA samples from convicted felons, matched a DNA profile derived from a so-called ďrape kit√ÉĘ√ĘĒö¨ĚĚ√É∆íĒĚŇ°Ě√ÉĘ√ĘĒö¨ĚĚ√É∆íĒĚŇ°Ě that was prepared after the teenage girl reported the sexual assault in 1998.

According to police accounts, the girlís 15-year-old boyfriend told investigators he and the girl were in the area behind Arbyís restaurant at 622 Park Ave., when they were approached by a man armed with what appeared to be a 9 mm handgun who demanded their money. The boy said the assailant took his leather jacket and forced him to put his hands on top of his head and bend over an automotive shop loading dock.

The robber placed the gun to the boyís back and threatened to ďput a cap√ÉĘ√ĘĒö¨ĚĚ√É∆íĒĚŇ°Ě√ÉĘ√ĘĒö¨ĚĚ√É∆íĒĚŇ°Ě in him, according to a police report. The 15-year-old told police the man continued to hold the gun on him while ordering the girl to bend over the loading dock, removing her pants and raping her. Their attacker forced him and his girlfriend to lie on the ground with their hands on their heads before he fled, the boy told police.

According to a statement of facts filed in court by police, the state police Forensic Services Group notified Police Chief Gary J. Gemme of the CODIS match linking Mr. Thompkins to the 1998 rape and robbery in March of this year. On July 3, investigators obtained a search warrant to obtain another DNA sample from Mr. Thompkins, an inmate at Norfolk state prison.

The sample was sent to the state police crime lab in Sudbury on Aug. 15 and additional testing confirmed the DNA match tying Mr. Thompkins to the 1998 crime, according to the statement.

In support of his request for high bail, Mr. Quinlan said Mr. Thompkins had a long criminal record that included crimes of violence. He said the suspect was scheduled to be released from prison soon, having served nearly 8 years of a 7- to 9-year sentence imposed in 1999.

Mr. Thompkins was one of three men sentenced to prison on July 29, 1999, after pleading guilty to charges stemming from a Jan. 11, 1999, armed robbery at the Price Chopper supermarket in Shrewsbury.

Lawyer Edward J. Newcombe, who was appointed to represent Mr. Thompkins at yesterdayís arraignment, asked that his client be released upon completion of his prison sentence. Mr. Newcombe said Mr. Thompkins obtained his GED while behind bars and spent considerable time studying in the prisonís law library.

Judge Harbour took no action on the motion yesterday.


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09-08-2007, 01:11 PM
Prosecutors say they used DNA evidence to link 30-year-old Collins Thompkins Junior to the crime. (http://www.eyewitnessnewstv.com/Global/story.asp?S=7045138&nav=F2DO)
Thompkins, an inmate at Norfolk state prison, pleaded not guilty at his arraignment.

Collins Thompkins, Jr. DOB:, 04-21-77. RACE:. African- American & Caucasian.
HEIGHT:, 6'0". WEIGHT:, 195. HAIR:, Black. EYES:, Brown.

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10-30-2007, 05:28 PM
DNA test snares evil boon serial rapist (http://www.wave3.com/Global/story.asp?S=7287665)

DNA evidence leads to arrest in 3-year-old rape case

CLARKSVILLE, Ind. (WAVE) -- Police have finally received a break in a violent crime investigation involving a boon accused of brutally raping a Kentuckiana woman. That suspect is now behind bars, three years after the attack. As WAVE 3 Investigator Scott Harvey reports, new DNA evidence led to his arrest.


Police tell us 30-year-old Eddie Jeter, Jr. attacked two women in Clarksville in 2004. They were never able to find him. But thanks to DNA testing, police say there is no doubt he is the man responsible for the crimes.

According to court records obtained by WAVE 3, on January 7, 2004, a man broke into an apartment on Princeton Drive, grabbed a woman by the hair, pushed her to the ground and raped her. Two days later, investigators say a man matching the same description attempted to rape a second woman on Marshal Street. Police say the attacker was scared off by the victim's son.

Three years later, prosecutors got the phone call they never thought would come. In May of 2006, a man named Eddie Jeter, Jr. was arrested and convicted on burglary charges in Missouri. He was forced to give a blood sample. That sample was entered into a federal DNA database, and a match was found.

"We had a victim who did step forward and get an exam," explained Clark County Prosecutor Shelley Marble. "And due to that, we were able to track down his DNA when he had to give a sample three years later."

Officials say if that victim had not stepped forward Jeter might have never faced charges in Clark County.

"We got the DNA, and that is the only way that we were able to find out who was committing these heinous crimes against these woman," Marble said.

Prosecutors say getting a conviction in rape cases can sometimes be tough because of the way people look at evidence.

"We definitely have a different jury pool than what we used to," Marble said. "Everyone watches CSI, they know what is out there now. We do not always this type of evidence, we do not always have DNA, and anytime you have that, it certainly does make your case stronger."

Jeter made his first appearance in Clark Superior Court on Tuesday on charges of rape, attempted rape and burglary.

Prosecutors asked that he be held on $100,000 cash bond, because they say he is a danger to the community. Jeter faces over 120 years in prison if convicted.

11-06-2007, 04:56 PM
Wanted spook rapist now wanted for niggrocide (http://www.ksdk.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=133484)

Police: DNA Ties Suspected Rapist To Murder Case

(KSDK) - St. Louis police say a suspected rapist who was released on bond is now wanted for murder in another case.

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Police believe Brandon Clark McGuire, 25, of St. Louis, may be responsible for the murder of Keyandra Jackson.

Jackson's body was found on Nov. 1, 2006, in a Dumpster in the 1300 block of Montgomery Street.

Police say McGuire is charged and out on bond for felony kidnapping, rape, sodomy, and second-degree assault in another case.

It wasn't until after McGuire was released that a DNA match identified him as a suspect in the Jackson murder. He has not yet been charged in connection with the Jackson case.

11-10-2007, 05:11 PM
Black Indicted On Serial Fetish Rapes Going Back Three Years - may be more victims (http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071110/NEWS01/711100373/1056/COL02)
Anwar Pugh

Anwar Pugh prowled Winton Hills for at least three years in search of women who lived alone, prosecutors say.

When he found one, they say, he crept into the home through a window to sexually assault her.

A Hamilton County grand jury decided Friday that Pugh followed that pattern repeatedly between 2004 and 2007. He is charged with assaulting, raping or attempting to rape 12 women during those three years.

"It will be years and years and years before they feel safe again," Assistant Prosecutor David Wood said.

Prosecutor Joe Deters said Pugh, who was arrested in June on a burglary charge and remains in jail, is one of Hamilton County's most prolific serial rapists. "I can't think of anyone we've charged with more sexual assaults," he said.

Prosecutors say Cincinnati police suspected the assaults were connected because of similarities.

All of the victims lived alone in townhouse-style homes and, in each case, the assailant entered through a window.

The attacks occurred between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m. in a small geographic area, primarily the Winton Terrace and Finlater Gardens housing complexes in Winton Hills.

Police and prosecutors would not say how long authorities investigated the assaults or whether warnings were given to women living in the area. They also would not discuss the attacks in detail.

"It was a long investigation," said Police Sgt. Ken Wells, a supervisor of the personal crimes unit. "We're happy we've taken that element of fear out of the Winton Terrace area."

The case was complicated because police did not obtain a DNA sample until after Pugh's arrest in June.

Prosecutors say Pugh, 25, was caught fleeing the home of an intended victim.

Wood said police recovered DNA from a mask the assailant wore, but Hamilton County Coroner O'dell Owens said DNA was not central to the investigation. "It was all based on good police work," he said.

Pugh's lawyer in the burglary case from June declined comment on the indictment Friday.

Because of the number of attacks, Wood said, police and prosecutors suspect there may be more victims who have not yet come forward. Anyone with information about the case can contact the personal crimes unit at 513-352-3542.

Police Fear Accused Rapist Has More Victims (http://www.local12.com/content/breaking_news/story.aspx?content_id=5fbdff0e-4a4e-408f-9762-787636eddefb)

Dr. Owens says it was clear there was a bizarre connection in at least five, hard-to-believe attacks on women alone at home.

"In this case he had a particular fetish for licking women in a certain area that normally doesn't get licked," said Dr. Owens. "We were waiting for police to find a suspect."

Home Invasion Suspect Accused Of Rape, Burglary Spree (http://www.wlwt.com/news/14550567/detail.html)

Man Accused Of Burglaries, Rapes Going Back Three Years

11-13-2007, 04:52 PM
Jerome be charged for vicious 2001 rape (http://www.northjersey.com/page.php?qstr=eXJpcnk3ZjczN2Y3dnFlZUVFeXk0NSZmZ2Jl bDdmN3ZxZWVFRXl5NzIyMTMwOSZ5cmlyeTdmNzE3Zjd2cWVlRU V5eTM=)

Arrest made in 2001 Englewood rape

Thanks to a DNA match, authorities have arrested and charged a man who they said viciously dragged and raped a woman in Englewood as she walked to a bus stop six years ago.

Jerome Boyd, III, 25, assumed a new name, moved to North Carolina and for years eluded Bergen County authorities until technology caught up to him, Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said Tuesday.

Investigators arrested Boyd after he was convicted on an unrelated burglary charge in North Carolina and his DNA was entered into a national database. He was being held on $1 million bail Tuesday at the Bergen County Jail, charged with kidnapping, armed robbery and aggravated sexual assault.

The arrest caps a six-year investigation that at first led to charges against the wrong man.

On Jan. 12, 2001, four days after the woman was attacked, police arrested a 23-year-old city man after K-9 dogs led investigators to his house. The charges against Kevin Robinson were dismissed on Dec. 3, 2002, records show.

According to news reports at the time, the 45-year-old woman was dragged for half a block and then raped while her attacker held a box cutter to her throat. The assailant also stole her purse.

Boyd moved south sometime later and changed his last name to Hawkins, authorities said.

Records show he was arrested at least twice in North Carolina on charges of possession of stolen property. Boyd was arrested Sept. 23, 2005, and again on Sept. 26, 2005, and last year was sentenced to six months probation, according to court records in North Carolina.

As a stipulation of his probation, Boyd was forced to submit a DNA sample, said Joseph Macellaro, Molinelliís acting chief of detectives. Once a match was made, Bergen investigators were able to learn his whereabouts, the acting chief said.

ďThis was really a combination of technology and good police work,"Ě Macellaro said.

Detectives from Englewood and the prosecutorís office flew to North Carolina last week to charge Boyd, who waived extradition and was brought to Bergen County this week, he said.


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11-24-2007, 10:15 AM
Suspect in murder and rapes faces charges in another case

ST. LOUIS ó A St. Louis man already charged or suspected of involvement in a murder and multiple sexual assaults has been charged with another rape, in which a woman eight months pregnant lost her fetus.

Brandon C. McGuire, 25, now faces forcible rape, forcible sodomy and first-degree assault charges for an Oct. 16 incident in which a prostitute told police that McGuire picked her up on north Grand Avenue and had her perform oral sex on him.

He then choked her unconscious, raped her and sodomized her with an unidentified object, charging documents say. The woman, who was roughly eight months pregnant, was found in the 4600 block of Rosalie Street with critical injuries and lost the baby, documents say.

DNA found on the victim's clothing matched McGuire and police seized a Chevy Impala he was driving that night to search for more evidence, documents say. Advertisement

Earlier this month, prosecutors charged McGuire with first-degree murder, forcible rape and forcible sodomy in the killing of 16-year-old Keyandra Jackson a little over a year ago.

The body of Keyandra, a runaway foster child from University City, was found Nov. 1, 2006, stuffed into a trash bin behind 1310 Montgomery Street. She had been sexually assaulted.

McGuire's DNA matched a sample in Keyandra's case and a March 6, 2006, rape in Richmond Heights, according to investigators and court documents.

The woman in the Richmond Heights case told police that she got into a man's SUV at Grand Boulevard and Shenandoah Avenue in St. Louis. The man drove her to the 7200 block of West Park Avenue in Richmond Heights, raped her in the SUV, then left her on the street.

St. Louis County prosecutors have not charged McGuire in that case.

He has been charged with forcible rape, forcible sodomy, kidnapping and second-degree assault after a woman told police that McGuire repeatedly raped her and choked her unconscious on Sept. 5, 2006, in his apartment in the 4200 block of Connecticut Street.

The two had been dating. The woman told the Post-Dispatch that McGuire told her that he had a "tic" that caused him to lose control when he drank.

McGuire was free on bond during the time period covering Keyandra's murder and the Oct. 16, 2007, attack, but is now being held without bond.

McGuire is a promoter for a St. Louis-based hip-hop band, International Playaz Clicc.

McGuire's lawyer, Paul Sims, did not return a phone call seeking comment. Last week, Sims asked a St. Louis judge to order a psychological evaluation to determine if McGuire is competent to stand trial for the Sept. 5, 2006, attack.

LINK (http://www.stltoday.com/stltoday/news/stories.nsf/stlouiscitycounty/story/086B748F8EEE85EC8625739B0008A0EA?OpenDocument)

12-02-2007, 09:53 AM
(No doubt in my mind that this was a White woman.)

Linked To Brutal 1994 Rape & Murder Attempt Via DNA, Utah Convict Pleads Guilty
Dec 02, 2007, 07 52 AM

Thirteen years after raping a woman in a Missouri City veterinary clinic and then cutting her throat, a man identified through DNA profiling as her attacker has pleaded guilty to the crime.

Louis Charles Harper, now in his early 40s, reached a plea agreement with members of the Fort Bend County District Attorneyís Office, entered a guilty plea Thursday before Associate Judge Pedro Ruiz and was sentenced to 47 years in prison.

The victim, 37 at the time of Harperís attack and now a Utah resident, told Assistant District Attorney Chris Delozier she was satisfied with the prison sentence and the plea agreement. The woman did not want to go through the psychologically stressful experience of facing her attacker during testimony at a trial, Delozier said.

The woman, unidentified because FortBendNow does not name rape victims, was working alone at Quail Valley Animal Clinic at 1619 Cartwright Road on March 3, 1994, when a man walked in and robbed her, according to a Missouri City Police Department report.

ďDuring the course of this offense, the suspect sexually assaulted the victim, cut her throat and left her for dead"Ě and ran out the back door of the clinic, the report said. Missouri City Police Capt. John Bailey said the attack was extremely violent, adding, ďhe cut her throat from ear to ear"Ě and ďdid his best to kill her."Ě

But the woman, flown by helicopter to Memorial Hermann Hospital, survived.

Police had a description Ė a slender black man in his early 30s with short hair, a light mustache and wearing gold wire-rimmed glasses Ė and evidence gathered from the crime scene, but little else.

With the advent of technology, detectives obtained a DNA sample from crime scene evidence, and entered the information into the national Combined DNA Index System, Bailey said.

But there were no matches, and the case of the Quail Valley Animal Clinic attack grew cold.

Until 2005, when Harper was convicted of a robbery and sentenced to a Utah prison. A DNA sample was taken there. Delozier said it matched the sample from the 1994 rape and attempted murder.

After a lengthy extradition process, Harper was transported to the Fort Bend County Jail in Richmond, where he was to have gone to trial Monday for the 13-year-old assault. Instead, he pleaded guilty to attempted capital murder.

In similar cases, Delozier said, someone sentenced in such a crime can be expected to serve at least half of the sentence before becoming eligible for parole. If that happened in Harperís case, heíd be in his mid 60s when released.


12-26-2007, 04:43 PM
DNA Leads to Break in Cold Case Murder and Rape

Posted: Dec 19, 2007 07:02 PM CST

A Tucson cold case involving rape and murder may finally be solved, thanks to DNA and the national computerized database.

Gregory Tamplin has been indicted for murdering 21-year old Ronald Taylor and then sexually assaulting his 18-year old girlfriend. It happened at an apartment complex in the 5100 block of East 29th Street in November, 1990.

In June of this year, the Cold Case Detail composed of detectives from the Tucson Police Department and an investigator from the Pima County Attorney's Office, conducted a review of the case and identified the possible DNA evidence.

It was submitted to the TPD crime lab, where a DNA criminalogist managed to isolate the DNA. Then it was uploaded into the CODIS database, which verified a match to Gregory Tamplin.

On December 11, the Pima County Attorney's Office obtained an indictment against Tamplin for first degree murder, sexual assault, burglary and kidnappnig.

Tamplin is currently serving time in the state prison on unrelated charges.


12-31-2007, 12:45 PM
Rayciss DNA Science Solves Nig-On-Nig Rape & Murder (http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071231/ZONE07/712310410/1008/NEWS01)


In the nearly 25 years since Pamela Armstrong was raped and murdered, her sister, Angela Gaston, had all but given up on the perpetrator being found.

Then Gaston got word late last week that police had used DNA evidence to charge Larry Lamont White, a prison inmate convicted in 1985 of murdering two other women, in Armstrong's slaying.

Yesterday Gaston held a news conference to thank police for revisiting a cold case and raising the possibility of justice in the unresolved killing of her sister -- at the time a struggling, 22-year-old single mother of five.

"It's been really rough not knowing who took her away," Gaston said, adding that her family hopes "to have some closure."

According to police, Armstrong was raped and then shot in the head in the 1400 block of Beech Street in 1983.

Gaston described her sister as a generous but struggling young mother who "was trying to make a better life for her children."

Armstrong's daughter, Lavonne White, now 30, recalled her mother looking for work but rarely finding it.

The day of her slaying, Armstrong asked her baby sitter, Brenda Ellis, to watch her children while she went to see a friend. Several other murders had taken place recently, and Ellis said at the news conference that many were on edge.

It is unclear how the killer crossed paths with Armstrong. But Ellis said police came and told her what happened later that day. She waited for Armstrong's mother to tell the children, ages 3 to 7, the news.

"The grandmother told them. ... They didn't take it too good," she said.

After Armstrong's death, her mother raised the children, two of whom later died -- one in a car crash as a child and another by suicide as an adult, Gaston said. The remaining three, including White, live in Louisville.

Gaston said she has struggled without her sister.

"The last 24 years have been empty," she said, noting that news of an arrest left her "happy, crying" and hoping for "some justice."

Lt. Barry Wilkerson, head of the Louisville Metro Police homicide unit, said Friday that police continually sift through unsolved cases to see if new technology can lead to arrests.

Lavonne White said it was about five years ago that she decided to contact police about the case to see what more could be done, which prompted the renewed investigation. She began working with detectives beginning in 2004, she said. She learned her mother had been raped, which she didn't know before, she said.

Wilkerson said police solved the case by linking DNA evidence found at the scene of the murder to Larry Lamont White, who had been a suspect in Armstrong's death.

White was convicted of murdering Deborah Miles and Yolanda Sweeney, both of whom were shot in the head in the summer of 1983. A jury sentenced him to death, and he was sent to death row at the Kentucky State Penitentiary in Eddyville.

However, in March 1987, the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled that police had improperly obtained White's confession and ordered him retried. In 1989, White was sentenced to 28 years in prison. White, 49, served out that sentence but remains in prison on unrelated charges.

01-11-2008, 04:49 PM
Decade-old rape case closed

Posted: 10:42 PM Jan 9, 2008

SHERMAN, TX -- A 10-year old Sherman rape case is finally closed. The victim says she's relieved that after a decade of questions, her attacker is now behind bars.

Back in July of 1997, a Sherman woman walked into the Sherman police department with her young son, badly beaten. She said a man she didn't know broke into her house, beat, and raped her. Police did not have a suspect, until six years later, when DNA evidence matched a man in prison for another crime.

This week Alex Qualls, Jr. plead guilty to aggravated sexual assault and received 25 years in prison. His DNA was already registered with a state database for a previous crime.

Investigators ran a sample from the crime scene, and his DNA was a match. He was serving a burglary sentence out of Grayson County. Prosecutors say DNA evidence helps prove a person's guilt or innocence beyond reasonable doubt, closing cases under investigation for years.

"That was a bad crime, and we're glad that we can use that technology to get justice after too many years," says Joe Brown, Grayson Co. District Attorney.

Brown says it's very rare to see rape cases where the attacker does not know the victim, like in this case. Itís just one more reason he's relieved the suspect has been convicted.


01-12-2008, 12:47 AM
YT Voodoo Captures Affirmative Action Rapist (http://www.ohio.com/news/top_stories/13726907.html)

Wid Out Dat Affirmative Action I'd Nevah Gots All Dat White Poohsay

Police have arrested a suspect in the rape of two University of Akron students in off-campus housing.

Christopher Edward Butts, 24, a gas company employee from Akron, was being held Friday in a Columbus jail pending transfer to Akron. He was arrested Thursday and charged with two counts each of rape, aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, felonious assault and kidnapping.

''Butts was picked up in Columbus by detectives from the Akron Police Department and the U.S. marshal's violent fugitive task force,'' Akron Police Chief Michael Matulavich said Friday morning during a news conference.

According to Matulavich, Butts works for a Columbus gas company, soliciting customers in the Akron area. Matulavich said Butts has a residence in Columbus but also has family in Akron and lives in both cities. Police declined to name the gas company that employs Butts.

Since September, UA students have reported three rapes in off-campus housing. Butts was charged in two of the rapes, including Monday's attack on a 21-year-old woman on Kling Street.

The woman told police that a man broke into her home, choked her and sexually assaulted her. The man entered the home through an unlocked bedroom window.

Butts is also charged with the Nov. 4 rape of a 20-year-old woman at a home on Carroll Street. The victim said her attacker entered through a bedroom window, choked her and sexually assaulted her.

Police said the gas company employee is also suspected in the September rape of an 18-year-old female UA student at a Spicer Street house.

Akron detective Lt. David Whiddon said Butts became a suspect early in the investigation and was questioned ''at least four or five times,'' but there was never enough evidence to arrest him.

Police said because of his job, Butts was a regular in the University Park neighborhood, driving around and knocking on doors.

''He was stopped and questioned one time when the University of Akron police got a report of a suspicious person knocking on doors, asking to see gas bills,'' Whiddon said. He stopped short of saying that Butts used his job to target victims, but said his gas company duties ''put him in the area'' of the attacks.

Whiddon said that a hit in the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation's DNA database led to Butts' arrest. Whiddon said DNA evidence recovered at both rape scenes matched Butts.

Butts' DNA profile was in the BCI system from a juvenile offense, Matulavich said.

Butts was arrested in Columbus when he went to pick up his paycheck Thursday.

Matulavich said police have been working to address the ''spike of major crimes'' in off-campus housing near the university.

01-12-2008, 07:28 AM
I will say it again: The DNA of every nigger should be taken at birth and put into a database which is constantly updated. One can only imagine the number of crimes that could be prevented by quickly identifying the guilty nigger and arresting it before it is allowed to commit many more crimes against the white race. Why is this not done today????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????


01-13-2008, 03:07 AM
Inmate Confesses to 1986 Murders of Mother, Daughter
January 11, 2008 - 1:19PM

Port Arthur police say a lot of hard work by investigators, and a jailhouse confession, have helped them solve the murders of a mother and daughter that took place more than two decades ago, and the victims' family traveled to Southeast Texas on Friday to talk about the case.

59 year old Tommy Lee Stewart was already sentenced to life in prison for an unrelated murder. He's also serving a 30 year sentence for a Jefferson County kidnapping.

Port Arthur police investigators say late last year, they learned that DNA samples they had preserved from Willette Hudson's clothing linked Stewart to her September, 1986 murder.

Investigators questioned Stewart in the Mark Stiles Prison in Jefferson County, and on January 4 he confessed to killing the woman.

The body of 18 year old Willette Hudson was found bound inside a loft in her family's home on Colorado Street in Port Arthur.

She was strangled by a child's Easy Bake Oven cord.

Investigators say Stewart also confessed to killing Willette Hudson's mother, Myrtle. The 34 year old woman disappeared on the same day Willette's father found her body. Stewart told investigators he dumped Myrtle Hudson's body in a remote location on Pleasure Island.

Police say late last week they took Stewart to Pleasure Island and he led them to an area where they found some of Myrtle Hudson's remains.

The family and authorities agreed not to pursue charges in the mother's murder, because Stewart already has a life sentence.

As to why he did it, district attorney's investigators say it was a robbery that turned into a murder.

Family members drove to Port Arthur from Marshall, Texas to hear more about the investigation from police.

LINK (http://www.galvestonpolicenews.com/index.cfm?act=Newsletter.cfm&category=News%201&newsletterid=8907&menugroup=Home)

War Eagle
01-15-2008, 11:25 AM


Prosecutors Charge Man With 1991 Rape
Cornelius Held On $500,000 Bond

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Jackson County prosecutors said they have charged a man with raping a 36-year-old woman in her home in 1991.

Curtis L. Cornelius, 45, was charged with two counts of rape and one count of first-degree robbery.

Authorities said Cornelius was charged after his DNA profile was matched to trace evidence left at the scene of the rape. Laboratory results indicated that the expected frequency of the DNA profile is one person per 138 quadrillion individuals.

In court documents, Cornelius denied having sex with the woman. Prosecutors requested a $500,000 bond.

The case is the first one filed by the new Sex Crimes Cold Case Squad.

01-15-2008, 12:09 PM
Laboratory results indicated that the expected frequency of the DNA profile is one person per 138 quadrillion individuals.

The chances of his DNA matching with a monkey would be much better.

01-15-2008, 04:28 PM
Corny beez a hansum debbil (http://www.kansascity.com/news/breaking_news/story/445316.html)


01-15-2008, 07:56 PM
White Man's Voodoo Catches Up With Negro Rapist (http://www.myfoxkc.com/myfox/pages/News/Detail?contentId=5493355&version=2&locale=EN-US&layoutCode=TSTY&pageId=3.2.1)

"Dat White Man's Voodoo Gots Me In Dis Cell"

Kansas City's new sex crimes Cold Case squad is off to a good start with its first arrest. They're investigating sex crimes reaching back decades. Just a few days ago, KCMO detectives knocked on a door and surprised a suspect in a 1991 rape. They're hoping to keep the surprise visits coming.

45-year-old Curtis Cornelius now faced two counts of forcible rape and robbery for what prosecutors said happened in 1991. Prosecutors said 17 years ago on a September night Cornelius held a knife to a woman's throat in her home and raped her. Prosecutors said Cornelius swiped $44 from her purse on the way out.

"It's always rewarding as the prosecutor to see a case 17-years-old solved," Jackson County Prosecutor Jim Kanatzar said.

Kanatzar said the officers deserve all the credit. Together they make up the new sex crimes Cold Case squad funded with a federal grant. To make the arrest in this case they linked up DNA from the rape kit with a sample collected from Cornelius.

"We're going to reach back into the past and get people that think they got away with it," Sgt. Joe Crayon said.

Cornelius in being held on a half-million dollars bond. Detectives said he's denied having sexual contact with the victim.

01-15-2008, 10:01 PM
Only 1,999 Cold Cases Left To Solve (http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/story/446529.html)


A man acquitted of rape and sodomy charges in a 1992 attack that a judge called ďdisgustingĒĚĒĚ faces new rape charges after DNA linked him to a 1991 sexual assault.

Jackson County prosecutors on Tuesday announced two counts of forcible rape and one count of first-degree robbery against Curtis L. Cornelius, 45, of Kansas City, in the Sept. 14, 1991, attack against a 36-year-old woman in her bed.

Court records say a masked intruder broke into her home in the 3800 block of Flora Avenue at 4 a.m., pushed a knife to her throat and threatened to kill her. He raped her twice and stole her purse, including $44.

Police said Cornelius knew the victim through a relative, but she did not recognize him because of the mask and because it was dark. She told police she thought her attacker tried to disguise his voice.

Investigators said they didnít know whether Corneliusí name came up in the investigation. The Kansas City crime lab compared DNA from the 1991 attack with DNA collected from Cornelius during the investigation of the 1992 attack.

ďThis is another example where the technology of DNA and the Kansas City Police Department have caught up with a dangerous criminal,ĒĚĒĚ said Jackson County Prosecutor Jim Kanatzar.

Cornelius avoided conviction on 17 charges in connection with the 1992 attack against three women and a 12-year-old boy after jurors discounted DNA evidence. In the June 6, 1992, attack, prosecutors alleged Cornelius and another man broke into a home, forced the women and boy to perform various sex acts, stole a VCR and jewelry and took $500 worth of food.

Corneliusí co-defendant pleaded guilty and initially agreed to testify against Cornelius. But he changed his mind, leaving mainly DNA evidence.

At trial, a regional crime lab expert testified for the prosecution that there was only a 22-in-100,000 chance that someone other than Cornelius assaulted the victims.

But defense experts said the real number varied from a 50 percent chance of innocence to a 1-in-309 chance that someone else did it.

Although Cornelius had prior convictions for attempted burglary, burglary and stealing, jurors acquitted him.

Jackson County Judge David W. Shinn later sentenced his co-defendant to two life terms and 135 years, telling him, ďThis is about as serious a non-murder offense as Iíve ever seen ó a disgusting crime involving many innocent people.ĒĚĒĚ

Officials said that the 1992 case was one of the first DNA cases prosecuted in Jackson County and that the DNA technology then was not as precise as now.

Cornelius has been free since his 1994 acquittal.

Police arrested him on the new charges Friday morning at his home in the 2800 block of Spruce Avenue. Police said he worked nights and lived with several of his teenage children.

ďHe was very surprised to see us,ĒĚĒĚ said Sgt. Joe Crayon, supervisor of a newly formed sex crimes cold case squad. Cornelius reminded detectives after his arrest Friday that he beat the charges in the 1992 case. He denied having sex with the victim in the 1991 case.

The new charges represent the first for the Kansas City Police Departmentís cold case sex crimes squad, which began work this month. It has three detectives and a sergeant.

Crayon said they planned to tackle a backlog of 1,200 cases with potential DNA evidence.

3 Ks
01-17-2008, 05:29 PM
Crayon said they planned to tackle a backlog of 1,200 cases with potential DNA evidence.
They better hurry! Niggers & libs are trying to shoot down the "Three Strikes" law, and we've already heard that DNA beez raciss.

01-22-2008, 10:43 AM

Posted by Donna J. Miller January 22, 2008 11:27AM
Categories: Crime

A 24-year-old utility worker has been charged with raping three University of Akron students.

Christopher Butts, of Akron and Columbus, was previously charged with aggravated robbery, kidnapping and two counts of rape. A third rape charge was added today.

Three female students were raped in off-campus housing since November. The most recent attack was Jan. 7. Police said they linked Butts to the attacks by matching his DNA to DNA at the crime scenes.

Butts worked for a utility company -- police did not say which one -- which allowed him to drive around and knock on doors. Police questioned him while canvassing a neighborhood following one attack but did not have enough evidence to arrest him at the time, Edwards said.

The latest charge involves a 19-year-old woman who was assaulted about 7 a.m. Sept. 21 in the 400 block of Spicer Street, Lt. Rick Edwards said.

Christopher Butts

01-22-2008, 11:59 AM
Mugshot of jig "utility worker", Christopher Butts

Memo to unnamed utility company: Please don't hire niggers to knock on doors to check the utilities. A nigger can never be trusted!!


02-01-2008, 11:14 AM
DNA Links Rape Suspect To 4th Rape

AKRON, Ohio - Police tell NewsChannel5 that they can prove DNA links a suspect to a fourth sexual assault victim. Investigators already charged Christopher Butts, 24, in other rape cases in Akron.

The case involves a 33-year-old female who was attacked on Oct. 17 in the 900 block of Garfield Street.

Butts is in jail awaiting trial in three other sexual assault cases.

Butts already faces aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, kidnapping, attempted rape, gross sexual imposition and felonious assault charges.

He remains in the Summit County Jail.

02-03-2008, 05:09 AM
White Man's Voodoo Continues To Astound Caged Negro (http://www.newsnet5.com/news/15194941/detail.html)

DNA Voodoo Links Gas Company Coon To Fourth Victim

Police say they can prove DNA links a suspect to a fourth sexual assault victim.

Investigators already charged Christopher Butts, 24, in other rape cases in Akron.

The case involves a 33-year-old female who was attacked on Oct. 17 in the 900 block of Garfield Street.

Butts is in jail awaiting trial in three other sexual assault cases.

Butts already faces aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, kidnapping, attempted rape, gross sexual imposition and felonious assault charges.

He remains in the Summit County Jail.

02-05-2008, 06:42 PM
Felon sent to prison for attempted rape in '05 (http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/metro/20080205-0714-1bo05felonsentenced.html)

SOUTH COUNTY COURTS: A twice-convicted felon was sentenced yesterday to nine years and four months in prison for trying to rape a woman outside a liquor store in Spring Valley in December 2005.

Muhammad Jameel Hassan, 26, pleaded with El Cajon Superior Court Judge Laura Halgren to place him on probation so he could ďgo out there and provide for my family."Ě

Hassan was convicted in August of assault with intent to commit a felony, sexual battery and false imprisonment.

The judge said prior convictions for grand theft and evading police coupled with the seriousness of his attempted-rape conviction made Hassan ineligible for probation.

Witnesses testified that the victim, 23, was walking to her car about 5:40 p.m. Dec. 31, 2005, after leaving Spring Liquor on Sweetwater Springs Boulevard when Hassan confronted her. He forced her into the front seat of her car where he groped, kissed and bit her before she managed to escape.

The case was unsolved until April 2006, when DNA samples taken from the woman were matched to Hassan's DNA through a state databank.


San Diego Sheriff -- Who Is In Jail (http://www.sdsheriff.net/wij/wijDetail.aspx?BookNum=7708054)

Middle: JAMEEL
Sex: M
Date of Birth: 09/06/1981
Age: 26
Height: 6' 04"
Weight: 210 lbs.
Race/Ethnicity: B
Eyes: BRO
Hair: BLK

02-06-2008, 03:45 PM
(Link from NNN email reporter)

Negro inmate's DNA is linked to three rape-murder cases (http://www.miamiherald.com/467/story/121533.html)

Alvin Merrit has been charged
with murdering Phyllis Flagler and Janet Ramos.

They were dumped like garbage, half-naked, raped and strangled.
For years, the deaths of 25-year-old Phyliss Flagler, 20-year-old Janet Ramos and 23-year-old Sybol Dillard have gone unsolved.

Now Broward Sheriff's Office homicide detectives have charged a man in two of the slayings -- and, according to the arrest affidavit, his DNA matches samples taken from the bodies of all three women.

On April 5, the BSO charged Alvin A. Merrit, 57, in the Flagler and Ramos cases. He has been in the Miami-Dade County Jail for the past two years, awaiting trial on two separate armed sexual assaults. Miami-Dade police are still investigating the Dillard case; he has not been charged in that crime.

Jorge Viera, listed in court records as Merrit's public defender, couldn't be reached for comment.

Merrit's criminal record dates to 1968. Florida Department of Law Enforcement records show he has been arrested in South Florida 28 times since then on charges including vagrancy, car theft, robbery and kidnapping. Many of the crimes were dismissed, or he was acquitted.

In 1976, he was acquitted of a litany of charges by reason of insanity, including kidnapping, aggravated assault, false imprisonment, two attempted rapes and violation of probation. Merrit was committed to South Florida State Hospital, a mental facility.

In 1980, back on the streets, Merrit was charged with five rapes. In 1985, he was found incompetent to stand trial and released to mental health services.

He was convicted of a burglary in 1989 and arrested several more times in the 1990s. Most recently, Merrit was arrested March 6, 2005, and has been in the Miami-Dade jail since.

Now he is charged with the rape and murder of Flagler and Ramos.

Investigators and prosecutors said getting a suspect with a history of mental incompetence to even stand trial can be difficult.

''How do you try and prove that he was crazy back then, but not now? Guys like him already have the stamp; there's a prejudice that he is crazy,'' said Ed Griffith, a spokesman for the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office. ``He is a malingerer and knows how to act like he's incompetent.''

Detectives have been working the three cases for years. Flagler's body was found Dec. 27, 1994, among litter and debris in a field at 52 NW 14th Ave. in Dania Beach. She had been strangled and raped. The Homestead woman had several boyfriends and preferred life on the streets to her family's home, relatives have said. At the time of her death, she was pregnant and addicted to drugs.

DNA was collected from the crime scene. But at that time, detectives couldn't get a match to a suspect.
But they did learn that the DNA taken from Flagler's body matched that of DNA taken from another woman's body, found March 2, 1999, in a field in Opa-locka. Sybol Dillard, 23, had also been raped and strangled.

On April 18, 2002, Ramos' body was found in the parking lot of the Stanley Terrace Apartments at 414 SW Second St., near Interstate 95, in Deerfield Beach. She had been also been raped and strangled.

DNA samples taken from all three bodies matched. Detectives entered the profile into a state law enforcement database, hoping to match it with a suspect.

In 2004, they got a break. Miami-Dade police told BSO that a rapist's DNA in a recent case in the Miami Shores area matched a sample taken from the Ramos murder scene.

Still, they didn't know whom the DNA belonged to.

The next year, Miami-Dade police arrested a man accused of raping an 18-year-old woman at gunpoint in Northwest Miami-Dade. His DNA was matched to the Miami Shores rape -- and the three others. That was Merrit.

Maria Ramos, who was 18 when her sister Janet was killed, wants Merrit to remain behind bars.

''He just can't be found incompetent. He can't be let out again,'' Ramos, 23, of Memphis, said. ``The system has to work this time.''

''He just can't be found incompetent. He can't be let out again,'' Ramos, 23, of Memphis, said. ``The system has to work this time.''
Can you believe this ****.

Chicago Hope
02-07-2008, 11:28 PM
Woman tells of attack
Georgia man on trial on rape charge after DNA match

Modified: Feb 07, 2008 03:05 AM

Henderson faces more than 90 years if he's convicted.

Sarah Ovaska, Staff Writer
RALEIGH - The 36-year-old woman cried on the witness stand in the Wake County Courthouse on Wednesday, recalling the night more than eight years ago when she said a man broke into her Raleigh apartment and raped her.
The woman testified during the first day of the criminal trial of James Bernard Henderson, a Georgia man who was named as a suspect last year in the September 1999 crime when a DNA match led police to him. She is not being named in line with a News & Observer policy not to identify those who report sexual assaults.

Henderson, 41, is facing felony charges of first-degree forcible rape, first-degree burglary, first-degree kidnapping and first-degree forcible sexual offense.

He faces more than 90 years in prison if he is convicted of all those charges, according to court records and Superior Court Judge Henry W. Hight Jr.

His attorney, Gary Presnell, indicated he would argue that the woman was not raped but had a consensual sexual relationship with Henderson.

The woman denied that, telling jurors she had never met Henderson before the attack. That night, she said, a man broke into her apartment, made her cover her face with a blanket and raped her.

She had fallen asleep on her couch after returning from a weekend trip to the mountains with her boyfriend, she said.

"I woke up to a vision of a man coming into my apartment with a gun," she said.

The woman also told jurors Henderson repeatedly said he was attacking her because her forefathers raped and enslaved his ancestors. The woman is white, and Henderson is black.

Henderson was not identified as a suspect until 2007, when the case was reopened and evidence was tested by agents with the State Bureau of Investigation as part of a renewed effort to analyze rape cases where evidence had been collected but not tested for DNA.

After the 1999 rape, the evidence was not initially tested because police had no named suspect and the SBI declined to test the evidence without that, Jeff Cruden, a Wake County assistant district attorney, said in his opening arguments.

Last year, evidence collected that night, including semen, was retested, and Raleigh police learned from SBI agents that the DNA matched that of Henderson, who was living in Georgia. He was arrested there in April and has been held in the Wake County jail since.

The trial is expected to continue today.

02-08-2008, 02:39 PM
Here we go again!!! Take the DNA of every nigger buck whelped by a nigger sow and put it into a database BEFORE they start raping white women!!!! Why has this not been done??? How many white women and children must be raped before this plain and simple idea is accepted as necessary???? DO IT NOW!!!!!!

02-08-2008, 10:04 PM
Another Negro Caught By Dat Whitey's Voodoo (http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/s_551540.html)


Pittsburgh police have made an arrest in a 2005 homicide that was featured in the Tribune-Review's Cold Case Files column.

Michael McCary, 35, whose address was unknown, was jailed Friday morning in the beating and stabbing death of Kenneth Waller, 56, of Homewood, said cold case squad Detective J.R. Smith. Police questioned McCary for several hours before he was jailed without bond.

Waller was attacked on a Garfield street just before 2 a.m. May 27, 2005, said Detective Scott Evans. He was admitted to UPMC Presbyterian in critical condition with a head injury and a stab wound to his neck, police said.

Waller later was transferred to the John J. Kane Regional Center nursing home in Glen Hazel, and he died that December. He never was able to communicate with police or identify his attackers.

Investigators found blood leading from the attack site to the place Waller collapsed. They found Waller's bloody T-shirt on the sidewalk, Smith said.

Police haven't disclosed a motive for Waller's slaying or whether he knew McCary. Waller was out with friends earlier that day but had no known problems with anyone, Smith said.

Chicago Hope
02-09-2008, 09:50 PM
A new SBI policy on testing DNA evidence helps to solve an eight-year-old case



Sarah Ovaska, Staff Writer
RALEIGH - A Georgia man will likely die in prison after he was convicted Friday by a Wake County jury of breaking into a woman's Raleigh apartment in 1999 and raping her at gunpoint.
James Bernard Henderson, 41, was sentenced to 77 to 96 years in prison after a jury rejected his argument that he had been a lover of the woman, which she adamantly denied.

In September 1999 the victim, then 28, testified she was awakened when an armed man entered through the sliding glass door of her ground-floor apartment.

He forced her to cover her face with a blanket, and she never got a close look at him, she testified in court this week.

The News & Observer typically does not identify complainants in cases of reported sexual assaults.

At the time, Raleigh police had no named suspects in the case. As a result, DNA evidence collected from the victim was never tested because of a State Bureau of Investigation policy at the time, Wake Assistant District Attorney Jeff Cruden said during Henderson's trial this week.

It wasn't until last spring that the sexual assault evidence kit was tested as part of a renewed effort by SBI to test evidence in unsolved rape cases. Raleigh police detectives soon learned that DNA collected the night of the rape from the victim matched Henderson, then living in Hephzibah, Ga. He was arrested in April and has been held in jail since then.

02-20-2008, 03:25 PM
Database nabs suspected serial rapist

11:53 PM CST on Monday, February 18, 2008

When Nkrumah Valier stood before a judge this month, he was in familiar territory.

He has been there before.

Valier is a registered sex offender. In 2005, he was convicted of rape and spent just more than two years in prison.

During his time in TDC, he was required to provide a swab of his mouth so his DNA profile could be entered into CODIS.

ďCODIS has been wonderful for us,"Ě HPD Lt. Mike Waterwall said. He works in the Sex Crimes Division.

CODIS stands for Combined DNA Index System, and the FBI started the database in 1998.

Nkrumah Valier

ďAs more and more people get put in to the system, the more likely we are going to have hits of these people,"Ě Lt. Waterwall said.

When Valierís DNA profile was entered, there were multiple hits.

Investigators now believe, because of CODIS, that back in 2005 Valier was a serial rapist.

Around the 10300 block of Belfort Chase, there were multiple sexual assaults reported that year. Most of the victims were prostitutes.

Valier, police believe, would pick them up, threaten them with a gun or knife and then drive them to a remote location.

CODIS linked Valier to multiple victims, but at the moment, authorities can only charge him with two additional sexual assaults because some of the victims canít be found.

ďThey are transient, moving from place to place, or sometimes they are incarcerated themselves,"Ě Lt. Waterwall said. ďWe do the best to track them down."Ě

All 50 states have passed DNA legislation authorizing the collection of DNA profiles from convicted offenders so they can be entered into CODIS.

As of October, there are more than 5 million DNA profiles in the system.

In Texas, more than 300,000 convicted offenders have given samples, aiding in more than 2, 000 cases. And now you know the latest involves Nkrumah Valier.


Chicago Hope
02-24-2008, 10:05 PM
Muncie Police track down accused serial rapist

Updated: Feb 24, 2008 08:16 PM CST


Muncie Police track down accused serial rapist

Tammy Habben

Marvin Brown

MUNCIE, Ind. (WISH) - Police in Muncie say they have tracked down a man they call a serial rapist.

I-Team 8 spoke exclusively with one of the victims who despite living in fear for the past 16 years decided to show her face and let us use her name.

Sixteen years later Tammy Habben can remember details about being raped at gunpoint in her Muncie home, "I remember being dragged to the bedroom."

She feared he would find her again, "I've been pretty much looking over my shoulder the whole time."

Tammy had given up on the Muncie Police department. But Thursday the Delaware County Prosecutor announced he'd filed 20-charges against 47-year old Marvin Brown. Brown is the man investigators believe raped Tammy and 5 other women in 1992.

"It gave me a lot of relief," Habben said.

When asked if she believe it at first Habben said, "No, no I didn't believe it. I thought it was just a joke."

Muncie Police used a Federal grant to have evidence from rape kits years ago put into a DNA database. Police say the DNA matched that of Brown who's serving time in an Indiana prison for a 2001 rape conviction.

Habben said this has restored her faith in the police force, "Because I had no faith whatsoever for years in the police force at all."

Habben said she believes that is the man who raped her.

Tammy, like the other victims is preparing to testify at Brown's trial. And she thinks she's actually got a chance to have closure now.

Rape victims rarely go on camera or do interviews, but Tammy says she wants other victims to know that talking helps.

Chicago Hope
02-24-2008, 10:29 PM
The liberal activist HATE DNA COLLECTION!

Jury to hear 14-year-old murder case
Police credit DNA databank with solving crime


By CHRISTOPHER BOBBY Tribune Chronicle POSTED: February 25, 2008 Save

Article Photos
Tribune Chronicle file
William Keith Gunther, 35, is accused of the rape and murder of Priscilla Code in 1994.
WARREN — Jury selection was scheduled to begin today in a 14-year-old murder case that Warren police say they solved through the help of a statewide DNA databank.

A DNA sample taken from William Keith Gunther while he was in prison on another crime was matched after a routine request by Warren detectives, who said state forensic experts found traces of the man’s DNA on a victim’s body.

After a grand jury issued indictments, Gunther was formally accused of murdering and raping Priscilla Code on Jan. 15, 1994 — a case that remained unsolved until the crime lab came up with the DNA match in the case.

Because the murder occurred more than a decade ago, the state’s witness list includes Dr. William Cox, who performed autopsies for Trumbull County.

In 1996, Cox pleaded guilty to nine misdemeanor charges stemming from the use of Summit County public employees and equipment for private autopsy work, including that done for Trumbull County. Cox now does forensic work in Franklin County.

Meanwhile Gunther, 35, who took a stipulated polygraph exam in connection with the rape and killing, admits through his attorneys that he may have had consensual sex with the woman but didn’t kill her.

In the Gunther case, results of a stipulated polygraph exam are allowed to be used in court as evidence.

Assistant Prosecutor Chris Becker and Gunther’s attorneys John Fowler and Jeff Goodman have declined to discuss detailed results of the polygraph exam, but since the case is going forward it’s believed Gunther either failed the test or inconclusive results were produced.

Goodman says he and Fowler have not decided whether their client will take the stand in his own behalf.

‘‘We probably won’t decide that until after we see what’s presented by the prosecution,’’ Goodman said. ‘‘I don’t believe there is any eye witness in this case.’’

Becker meanwhile is expected to use polygraph results gained by Akron expert Bill Evans as well as the DNA material through Brenda Gerardi, DNA expert with Ohio’s Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation.

It’s clear though that Becker’s case is absent one potential witness — John L. Freeman Jr., 50, of Warren, who discovered Code’s body and who himself was murdered with another woman inside a Front Street S.W. home last June.

Warren Lt. Gary Vingle, who has been a detective since before Code’s murder, is considered a key witness in the case after following leads in the killing over the past 14 years.

Warren detectives used a DNA crime databank to link Gunther to Code, 48, who was found raped and shot to death on a snowy Kenworthy Street S.W., near the intersection of Peerless Avenue S.W.

Becker also has asked for a jury view. The panel is expected to be bused to the section of Kenworthy that has since been barricaded and is no longer a through-street.

The indictments against Gunther include firearm specifications in both the murder and the rape — apparently the crime that led to the Gunther DNA match.

Inmates or convicted felons must be swabbed once they are convicted or before being released from prison. DNA would have been taken from Gunther while in prison from August 1996 to April 2004.

DNA samples are gained from swabs taken and the samples are stored in what’s known as the Combined DNA Index System.

02-25-2008, 09:45 AM
I so hate it when a nigger, cornered by DNA technology, pulls the "coon-sensual" sex card!! Hang the nigger!!

The Bobster
02-27-2008, 09:06 AM

Police: Rapist's DNA Matches N.J. Prisoner

POSTED: 12:49 pm EST February 26, 2008
UPDATED: 5:53 pm EST February 26, 2008

Philadelphia investigators said they found DNA evidence that linked a New Jersey prisoner with two rapes that took place within the last nine years.


Nathaniel Stallworth, 40, was arrested and charged with two counts of robbery, rape, burglary and sexual assault after two oral swab tests confirmed the DNA match, police said.

Investigators initially ran the evidence through the Combined DNA Index System.

Stallworth is accused of tying up a woman's boyfriend and demanding money after entering a couple's Tilden Street home in July 2002, according to police. Stallworth allegedly raped the woman in her living room before leaving, police said.

In January 1998, police said Stallworth entered another woman's home on the 400 block of West Clapier Street while she slept and threatened to kill her children with a knife if she screamed, police said.

Police said he sexually assaulted the victim, stole $23 and left through her bedroom window.

Stallworth was in custody at Northern State Prison in New Jersey when he was charged.

Chicago Hope
02-29-2008, 11:35 AM
Nigger Crime in the UK is growing by
leaps and bounds. Read this liberal garbage.
It's as if they do not want these criminal
niggers to be apprehended!

http://www.christiantoday.com/article/dna.database.discriminating.against.black.people.c hurch.leaders/17131.htm

DNA database discriminating against black people Ė church leaders
by Jennifer Gold
Posted: Friday, February 29, 2008, 15:02 (GMT)Font Scale:A A A

Church leaders and the human rights group Black Mental Health UK have expressed their support for a debate on the discriminatory impact of the national DNA database on black and ethnic minority people that will come before Parliament on Friday.

The UK has the largest national DNA database in the world, with 4.5 million profiles expected to be held by the Government by 2010. Government figures suggest that 77 per cent of young black men will soon have their details held on the database.

The debate on the DNA database was called for by Liberal Democrat MP for Brent East Sarah Teather, who said, "The over-representation of black people on the Labour Government's database should horrify anyone who cares about justice and fair play."Ě

Black Mental Health said there was a real danger that the DNA database ďjust reinforces the myth that black people are more likely to commit crime, and that is a very dangerous untruth"Ě.

Ms Teather said: "The truth is, if you are black, you are no more likely to commit crime and more likely to be a victim of crime."Ě

Matilda MacAttram, director of Black Mental Health, said that black people tended to enter into mental health care through the police or criminal justice system.

"This means that countless people with healthcare needs are being criminalised in the process of seeking help. It is disturbing to know that those needing health care are on a criminal database,ď she said. ďWherever this is the case it is imperative that their details are removed as quickly as possible. This begs the question, what kind of a society criminalises those who need help?"Ě

There are currently 500,000 people on the database with no current conviction, caution, formal warning or reprimand. Rev Paul Grey of the New Testament Church of God remains concerned over security issues after the Government admitted last November that the information of 25 million child benefit claimants and their parents had gone missing in the post.

The ďinjustices of bad science"Ě could lead to the DNA information of being abused in the future, he said.

"ĚThe public have no way of knowing how secure this information is that they are taking. If someone steals your DNA what the implications?"Ě he said. "ĚLoosing child benefit details is one thing, but a personĒĚís DNA is part of who they are. This is another hostile move against the freedom and civil liberty that should be protected."Ě

Pastor Desmond Hall, chair of Christians Together in Brent, added, "ĚThe database most unwelcome and is bringing division rather than healing within our communities, as it is our young people being stopped by the police, often for no justifiable reason.

"ĚWe have no confidence in the Government controlling this, in light of the recent data losses we have seen, and this information in the wrong hands could be catastrophic."Ě

02-29-2008, 06:04 PM
VA Nigra Gets Tagged For 82 PA Rape Murder (http://www.wsls.com/sls/crime/local_crime/article/roanoke_man_person_of_interest_in_30_year_old_murd er_case/6579/) http://www.wsls.com/img-story/images/uploads/Robert_White.jpg Roanoke man ďperson of interest"Ě in 30 year old murder case

By John Carlin
WSLS10 Anchor
Published: February 29, 2008

A Roanoke man is described as a ďperson of interest"Ě in a 30 year old Pennsylvania murder case.

Robert White Jr., 50 of 55 Patton Avenue in Roanoke is a preliminary match for DNA evidence from the crime scene.

Authorities in Easton, Pennsylvania tell WSLS-10 they had few leads in the death of 21 year old Virginia Morell, who was raped and strangled in her apartment on November 1, 1978.

They took DNA samples from the scene, but at the time the national DNA database didnít exist. When they recently ran a test they got a preliminary hit that led them to Patton Avenue in Roanoke where White lives.

According to a search warrant filed in Roanoke, authorities wanted additional DNA from White, to do further tests. Terry Houk, assistant district attorney in Easton, said he did not know if or when charges would be filed against White, and that new DNA tests were needed to determine the course of action.

White is listed on the state police sex offender website, after he pleaded guilty in 1982 to raping a woman and in a separate incident, hitting another over the head with a liquor bottle in Richmond. According our Richmond newsroom, the Richmond times Dispatch, he was sentenced to 40 years in prison.
ďIt could take a month to a month and a half to get the new DNA results,"Ě said Houk.

Chicago Hope
03-01-2008, 12:09 AM
By John Carlin
WSLS10 Anchor
Published: February 29, 2008

Photo At Website

http://www.wsls.com/sls/crime/local_crime/article/roanoke_man_person_of_interest_in_30_year_old_murd er_case/6579/

A Roanoke man is described as a ďperson of interest"Ě in a 30 year old Pennsylvania murder case.

Robert White Jr., 50 of 55 Patton Avenue in Roanoke is a preliminary match for DNA evidence from the crime scene.

Authorities in Easton, Pennsylvania tell WSLS-10 they had few leads in the death of 21 year old Virginia Morell, who was raped and strangled in her apartment on November 1, 1978.

They took DNA samples from the scene, but at the time the national DNA database didnít exist. When they recently ran a test they got a preliminary hit that led them to Patton Avenue in Roanoke where White lives.

According to a search warrant filed in Roanoke, authorities wanted additional DNA from White, to do further tests. Terry Houk, assistant district attorney in Easton, said he did not know if or when charges would be filed against White, and that new DNA tests were needed to determine the course of action.

White is listed on the state police sex offender website, after he pleaded guilty in 1982 to raping a woman and in a separate incident, hitting another over the head with a liquor bottle in Richmond. According our Richmond newsroom, the Richmond times Dispatch, he was sentenced to 40 years in prison.

ďIt could take a month to a month and a half to get the new DNA results,"Ě said Houk.

The Bobster
03-11-2008, 10:59 AM

Police: Man Arrested 3 Years After DNA Found To Match Hat

POSTED: 5:22 pm EDT March 10, 2008
UPDATED: 5:48 pm EDT March 10, 2008

Police arrested a man wanted in connection with a jewelry store robbery nearly three years ago and were able to track him down thanks to a crucial piece of evidence left behind at the scene.


Police said 29-year-old Kareem Woodson lived on the lam for more than two years.

Investigators said Woodson and another man armed with guns and a hammer made off with thousands of dollars in Rolex watches from a jewelry store at the Christiana Mall in June 2005.

But police said it's what Woodson left behind that allowed the law to catch up with him.

"A stroke of luck came for us when a hat worn by Mr. Kareem Woodson falls off," Cpl. Jeffrey Whitmarsh, of Delaware State police, said.

State police said that happened when an off-duty trooper confronted the suspects.

"He confronts the robber. One of the suspects points a gun at him. He fires a shot and strikes the wall behind the subject," Whitmarsh said.

Police said the suspects jumped in a waiting car. But shortly after a shopper found Woodson's hat and took it home.

"Later on that night she's on the Internet and sees a picture of the surveillance video from the robbery with the hat, and she immediately calls investigators," Whitmarsh said.

Police said they took the hat to the forensic science laboratory in Wilmington.

"It's processed a couple of times and found some DNA on the case that was entered into a national database," Whitmarsh said.

Police said years later Woodson committed another crime out of state and his DNA was taken and matched DNA from the hat.

"He was picked up be the U.S. marshals located In Berks County, Pennsylvania. We brought him back here to Delaware and he was formerly charged with robbery in the first degree," Whitmarsh said.

The jewelry store wouldn't let employees who were there that day speak to NBC 10 but mall shoppers were singing the praises of the woman who found the hat.

"I'm glad she turned it in. I'm glad there are people around here that would do the right thing," Yanira Capella, of New Castle, said.

"That goes to show that people should get involved. They really should, they got him off the street," Joan Rock, of New Castle, said.

03-12-2008, 06:15 PM
Nigger nailed for 1992 home invasion gang-rape (http://www.kctv5.com/news/15579308/detail.html)

Nigger Accused Of 1992 Rape
DNA Matched To Suspect Last Year, Prosecutors Say

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Prosecutors have filed charges against a man in connection with a 1992 home invasion.

They charged Elbert J. Hicks, 34, with two counts of first-degree robbery, two counts of forcible rape and six counts of forcible sodomy, Jackson County prosecutors said in a news release.


A young couple arrived at their residence, and as they parked their vehicle, two other vehicles appeared and five or six suspects armed with guns forced them inside, according to court documents.

Once inside, the suspects ransacked the home and forced the woman into a bedroom where she was sexually assaulted by all of the suspects, according to court documents.

After the ordeal, the suspects left with a VCR and the keys to the male victim's vehicle, according to court documents.

DNA evidence collected at the scene was matched to Hicks' genetic profile last August, and Hicks was picked up for questioning by police Tuesday, according to the news release from prosecutors.

His bond has been set at $500,000 cash only.

03-20-2008, 04:33 PM
Dirty nigger charged with rape, murder of White girl (http://wfmz.com/view/?id=239918)

VA Nigger Arrested for 1978 Rape, Murder of Woman

Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli announced an arrest today in the 1978 murder of 21-year-old Virginia Morrell.


50-year-old Robert White, Jr. of Roanoke, Virginia is accused of raping and murdering the young woman inside her apartment on Ann Street in Easton.


Investigators say advances in technology since 1978 allowed them to retrieve evidence from Morrell's nightgown and match it with a DNA sample taken from White. Morganelli says he was arrested within the last 48 hours.

He is now in the custody of police in Roanoke and awaiting extradition to Pennsylvania. Morrell was found with her hands bound behind her back and masking tape over her nose and mouth. She's believed to have died of asphyxiation.


Police crack 30 year old cold case (http://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/story?section=news/local&id=6033007)

EASTON, Pa. - March 20, 2008 (WPVI) -- 30 years after a woman was murdered in Northampton County, police say they have cracked the case.

"Emotional. I just keep thinking about how scared she must have been. It's just coming all back," Marilyn Belmonte, Virginia's sister, said.

Marilyn Belmonte shed tears that have dampened her spirit for decades as she talked about police arresting a suspect in her sister's 30-year-old murder.

"Just elated. A little shocked, but elated that after all this time they finally found him. I'm really happy," Marilyn said.

It was November 1, 1978 when 21-year-old Virginia Morrell was found beaten, bound, raped and strangled in her Ann Street apartment in Easton, Pennsylvania. No one was arrested for her murder.

"Personally this is the most brutal homicide case I've been part of as an investigator," Detective Daniel Reagan of the Easton Police said.

During an annual review of cold cases, Detective Reagan had some physical evidence from the original crime scene compared to DNA collected from convicted felons and sex offenders.

"We received confirmation within the last week that, in fact, the DNA on victim's green nightgown matched the DNA sample from Robert White," Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli said.

Then, 20-year-old Robert White lived across the hall from the victim.

According to police records, he is a registered sexually violent predator in his native Virginia.

White's convictions include attempted rape in Pennsylvania committed 16 days after the Easton rape he's now charged with, attempted rape in Graterfords prison, and two abduction rapes 4 years in Virginia.

White's DNA was collected when released from prison.

Police used today's technology to link his DNA to a crime that occurred a generation before the technology was developed.

"I'm just happy that they found him and they'll going to hopefully get this man off the street and that he won't hurt anybody else," Marilyn said.

Dirty nigger “primate of interest” in 30 year old murder case (http://www.wsls.com/sls/crime/local_crime/article/roanoke_man_person_of_interest_in_30_year_old_murd er_case/6579/)


03-21-2008, 01:32 AM
DNA be rayciss.

The Bobster
03-21-2008, 09:44 AM

Man Charged In Connection With 1978 Rape, Killing
DNA Evidence Assisted In Case

POSTED: 5:50 pm EDT March 20, 2008
UPDATED: 6:15 pm EDT March 20, 2008

Easton police said they have solved a 30-year old homicide case.

A suspect came to light based on new evidence.

Police said 21-year-old Virginia Morrell was killed on Halloween night in 1978.

Robert White Jr., 50, was charged Thursday in connection with killing her.

She was tied up, raped and asphyxiated.

Authorities said evidence from the case was recently resubmitted for DNA testing.

On Thursday, Morrell's sister reacted to the news.

"Very emotional right now. I just keep thinking how scared she must have been. And it's just coming all back," Morrell's sister said.

Police said White was a suspect right after the killing but investigators didn't have enough evidence to charge him until now.

03-25-2008, 04:48 PM
DNA Used To Identify Copper Theft Suspect (http://www.newsnet5.com/news/15703407/detail.html)


LAKEWOOD, Ohio -- Lakewood police on Sunday arrested a man accused of breaking into vacant homes to steal copper piping.

Russell D. Watkins, of Cleveland, has been charged with felony breaking and entering.

Over the past several months, Lakewood police investigated almost two dozen reports of homes being broken into and having their piping ripped out.

One of the thefts took place on Merl Avenue, where a window had been broken to gain access. Blood collected at the scene matched Watkins' DNA, which had been entered in a database after previous arrests.

Police said Watkins admitted to the Merl Avenue break-in and three similar incidents.

3 Ks
03-25-2008, 05:00 PM
This nigger should be executed immediately!!

03-25-2008, 08:33 PM
Wirey Haired Mulatto Caught By White Man's Voodoo (http://www.silive.com/newsflash/index.ssf?/base/news-32/120646494473390.xml&storylist=simetro)


The ex-con who was arrested last week in a 25-year-old killing was indicted Tuesday in another cold-case slaying that happened three years later.

Kenneth West, 43, of Hudson, was charged with murdering June Roberts, 23, in Mount Vernon in 1986. Roberts, who lived in Yonkers, was found strangled in a parking lot opposite police headquarters.

The same indictment charges West with strangling Josephine O'Keefe, 53, in her Pelham apartment in 1983. Police said last week that DNA testing linked West to that killing.

04-01-2008, 07:01 AM

http://cmsimg.democratandchronicle.com/apps/pbcsi.dll/bilde?Site=A2&Date=20080401&Category=NEWS01&ArtNo=804010323&Ref=AR&Profile=1003&MaxW=180&Border=0 "Damn dat DNA, it be racis and sheet!!"

DNA links '80 slaying to serial criminal (nigger)

During their search for a serial rapist who terrorized northeast Rochester 22 years ago, police concentrated their efforts on East Main and Goodman streets, the epicenter of the attacks.

Finally, in December 1986, Nat Lee Jones was apprehended while trying to rape an 11-year-old girl. He was convicted of attacking seven girls and five women and ordered to prison.

Now Jones has been linked to the rape and strangulation of an elderly woman in the same neighborhood — six years before he became known as the "Northeast Rapist."

Jones' DNA, which he surrendered to a New York databank of convicted felons, has been matched to DNA found on the body of Mary Hull, 74, who was discovered dead in her apartment on Laura Street — off East Main — on May 19, 1980.

The Monroe County District Attorney's Office is requesting a court order that Jones, 51, be compelled to surrender another DNA sample to confirm the match, Assistant District Attorney Sandra Doorley said Monday.(Memo to Sandra: you are 51 years late in getting DNA from this raping, murdering nigger!!! Get the DNA at birth and think of the number of crimes you could prevent!!! DO IT NOW!!!!!!!@#@#@!@#@!!!!)
In court documents, Doorley said the prosecution has probable cause to believe that Jones committed second-degree murder in Hull's death.

Prosecutors are scheduled to argue their case April 9 before County Court Judge Alex R. Renzi.

If the judge orders the new sample and it confirms the match made by the DNA databank, the prosecution could ask a grand jury to consider a homicide charge.

Jones is serving a prison term of 25 to 50 years for the 1986 rapes. He's an inmate at Shawangunk Correctional Facility in Wallkill, Ulster County, and is eligible for parole in December 2011.

Hull, who was born in the Syracuse area in 1906 but told neighbors she was 10 years younger, was a reclusive woman who cleaned houses for a living and loved pink roses.

She had come to Rochester with her husband, William, in the 1930s but was widowed just before World War II. In the last year of her life, she lived in four apartments and had moved to Laura Street the first week of March 1980.

On May 19, two neighbors who hadn't seen her for sometime decided to check on her. Looking through a window, they found her body lying face-up on a couch, with a cushion over her face and her clothing in disarray.

An autopsy showed that she died from strangulation by a ligature and may have been dead for up to 30 hours.

Police believe her killer entered her apartment by climbing through a kitchen window that was broken in a burglary four months earlier. A piece of newspaper had been taped over the broken pane.

Investigators from the DA's Office are trying to locate Hull's next-of-kin, Doorley said. Hull had three brothers at the time of her death, but it's unknown whether any survive or if she had any children.

In April 1986, six years after Hull was slain, a serial rapist began breaking into homes in the same neighborhood at night and attacking women and girls at knifepoint. As the number of victims grew, the news media began calling the perpetrator the "Northeast Rapist."
In December, Jones broke into a home on Cuba Place and tried to rape a girl. The boyfriend of the girl's mother heard the girl's cries for help, clubbed Jones on the head with a baseball bat :lol: and subdued him until police arrived. Jones was charged with 12 sexual attacks from April to December 1986.

He also was charged with raping a 78-year-old woman in the same area in 1981 — one of 13 attacks, which police said were related, on elderly women in the same area in 1980 and 1981. But the charge was dropped when the woman, who had Alzheimer's disease, was unable to testify.[/B](are we hating niggers yet???)

At Jones' trial in 1987, the victims testified about their ordeals. [B]One was a 9-year-old girl who used dolls on the witness stand to help her describe the attack. Another was a 16-year-old girl who was raped while her 11-month-old daughter lay on the bed next to her. Another was a woman who was seven months pregnant when she was attacked. (it's official, I hate niggers!!!!)

Jurors convicted Jones of 37 charges of rape, attempted rape, sodomy, sexual abuse, robbery, burglary and petit larceny, rejecting his claim that police beat him into falsely confessing. County Court Judge Donald J. Wisner gave him the maximum sentence.
According to court documents, the link between Hull and Jones was made through a routine comparison of DNA recovered from unsolved crimes to DNA convicted felons are compelled to surrender to the state databank. In August 2000, a DNA profile of sperm found on Hull was entered into the databank. In January 2006, a match was made between that DNA and Jones' DNA.

The information was relayed to Rochester police investigators, who have worked since then in an attempt to build other evidence, Doorley said.

If convicted of murder in Hull's death, Jones could be imprisoned up to 25 years to life, in addition to the time he's already serving.

I say again: the DNA of EVERY nigger buck should be taken at birth and entered into a database. Imagine the number of rapes that could be prevented if this simple task was done!!!! Would it be "racist" to prevent thousands of rapes of children and the elderly every single year???? If that is racist then I am a racist and proud of it!!!!


04-05-2008, 06:45 PM
Recent Sex Attack On Child Led To Arrest In 1984 Killing (http://www.telegram.com/article/20080405/NEWS/804050338/1008/NEWS02)


Nearly 24 years after stabbing victim Lillian Johnsonís partially clad body was discovered on the bedroom floor of her Freeland Street apartment, her alleged killer and former upstairs neighbor was brought before the bar of justice. Police and prosecutors say it was Craig Minggiaís own blood that linked him to the July 1984 stabbing death of the 79-year-old Mrs. Johnson in her second-floor apartment at 1 Freeland St. Handcuffed and shackled, Mr. Minggia was arraigned yesterday in Central District Court on a charge of murder in the decades-old slaying.

A warrant was issued Dec. 10 for the arrest of the former Clark University student after it was discovered that his DNA profile matched a genetic profile derived from blood found on Mrs. Johnsonís abdomen that did not appear to jibe with the pattern of her injuries, according to investigators. The 47-year-old Bronx, N.Y., man was required to provide a sample of his DNA after he was convicted last year in New York of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl.

ďAnd that was his undoing, your honor,ĒĚĚĒĚĚ Assistant District Attorney Joseph A. Quinlan told Judge Robert W. Gardner Jr. yesterday. The prosecutor said a Combined DNA Index System match led to the murder charge against Mr. Minggia, who was returned from Rikers Island to Worcester Thursday night in the custody of Worcester detectives.

Mr. Minggia, who lived with a roommate in an apartment above the victimís while attending Clark, allegedly stabbed Mrs. Johnson more than a dozen times in the chest. While there was no evidence that Mrs. Johnson was raped, detectives believe there was a sex-related motive for the killing.

They also believe Mr. Johnson entered and left the apartment through an open back door accessible from a common, enclosed rear staircase in the building. There was no sign of forced entry into Mrs. Johnsonís apartment, and police all but ruled out robbery as a motive because the killer left valuables behind, according to a written statement filed in court Dec. 10 by Detective Sgt. Thomas Radula in support of his application for Mr. Minggiaís arrest warrant.

Investigators learned from John Cook, Mr. Minggiaís roommate at the time, that Mrs. Johnson generally left her back door open, with only the screen door closed, until she went to bed about 9 p.m. The victimís son, Robert B. Johnson, who discovered his motherís body the morning of July 16, 1984, confirmed that fact, saying his mother liked to let the outside air circulate through her apartment on hot summer nights.

Mr. Minggia was questioned by police during a routine canvassing of the neighborhood after Mrs. Johnsonís body was found. He said he was at home on the night of July 15, 1984, according to police accounts. An autopsy determined that Mrs. Johnson died from multiple stab wounds to the chest and placed the time of death as that night or the following morning.

Mr. Quinlan said Mr. Minggia left Worcester a short time after the killing without formally withdrawing from Clark, where he had a semesterís worth of classes to complete before graduating.

At Mr. Quinlanís request, Judge Gardner held Mr. Minggia without bail and continued his case to May 5.

Mr. Minggiaís appointed lawyer, Calvin C. Carr, took issue with Mr. Quinlanís suggestion that Mr. Minggia ďfledĒĚĚĒĚĚ from the jurisdiction after the killing and noted that his client was a New York resident.

ďThese are allegations that have yet to be proven,ĒĚĚĒĚĚ the defense lawyer said of the murder charge. Mr. Minggia, a heavyset man who wears glasses and cornrows in his hair, did not address the court.

Judge Gardner allowed Mr. Carrís motions for a total of $10,000 in public funds to hire a private investigator and a DNA expert to assist the defense in the preparation of its case.

Several members of Mrs. Johnsonís family were in court for the arraignment, including three of her grandsons, Assistant Attorney General Thomas M. Johnson, Worcester Detective Robert T. Johnson and Sterling Police Officer David Johnson.

ďItís good that heís here, to have him back in Massachusetts, where at least we know where he is,ĒĚĚĒĚĚ Detective Johnson said of his grandmotherís alleged killer after yesterdayís arraignment. Mr. Minggiaís return to Massachusetts was delayed because of probation violation proceedings in New York and his initial refusal to waive rendition.

ďWeíll just let the court process take its pace.ĒĚĚĒĚĚ

04-10-2008, 03:47 PM
White Man's Voodoo Solves 17 Y/O Murder (http://www.columbusdispatch.com/live/content/local_news/stories/2008/04/10/Jessica_2.ART_ART_04-10-08_B1_LH9STUO.html?sid=101)


Jessica Lyn Keen has been dead longer than she was alive. The Westland High School cheerleader and honor student died more than 17 years ago. Now, after a DNA match, authorities have finally made an arrest in connection with her death. Fifteen-year-old Jessica disappeared from a Weinland Park bus stop about 6 p.m. March 15, 1991. Her naked body was found two days later in an isolated Madison County graveyard. She'd been raped and beaten to death.

Recently, a convicted felon living in North Carolina was charged with sexually molesting Jessica that day. Formally, the Madison County prosecutor charged Marvin Lee Smith Jr., 51, with unlawful sexual contact with a minor. Other charges are expected, officials told those who were dear to Jessica.

Smith was arrested in Burlington, N.C., and is in the Alamance County jail awaiting an extradition hearing April 30. North Carolina authorities said he should return to Ohio shortly thereafter.

"We're glad that justice finally will be done," said Jessica's father, James Keen of West Carrollton. He said law-enforcement officials notified him a few days ago of Smith's arrest. Jessica's parents divorced when she was 3.

Smith's DNA was taken in prison after he was convicted in Franklin County Common Pleas Court of two counts of rape, kidnapping and robbery in August 1991, just five months after Jessica was slain. Smith served nearly nine years in an Ohio prison and was paroled in 2000. During Smith's prison stay, at least four local law-enforcement agencies were investigating Jessica's death. Smith's DNA, taken after a 1996 Ohio law required certain felons to submit samples, matched DNA authorities took from the crime scene. It was unclear last night when the match was made.

Jessica was a sophomore at Westland who loved to sing and compose piano music. She dreamed of veterinary school at Ohio State.

Then she fell in love for the first time, her friends previously told The Dispatch. Her boyfriend was older, a Westland dropout who'd had trouble with the authorities.

After Jessica quit cheerleading and started skipping school, her mother turned to Huckleberry House, which helps teens in trouble, for help.

Jessica stayed 12 days at Huckleberry House and was to return home the day after she disappeared. She was last seen at a COTA bus stop across Summit Street from the teen shelter.

Crime Stoppers named the case the crime of the week twice, and it was featured on the TV show Unsolved Mysteries. Rewards were offered three times to anyone with information about the case.

The story also circulated on several Web sites, including one that Jessica's mother, Becky Smitley of Dayton, responded to after authorities told her about Smith's arrest.

"We're praying all goes well," Smitley wrote. "Keep the prayers for my family."

Chantal Lewis of the South Side was Jessica's best friend, and remembers her fondly.

"She was a very beautiful person," Lewis said. "She had this sparkle in her eye. You knew she was gonna be something."

04-23-2008, 07:21 PM
Nigger Convicted in Cold Case Killing (http://www.wxia.com/news/article_news.aspx?storyid=114783)


GRIFFIN, Ga. -- An Atlanta man was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for a murder that was pulled from the cold case files after new evidence emerged in 2003.

Antonio Faniel was found guilty Monday of killing Doreen Young, 17, after a four-day trial in Spalding County. A hitchhiker found Young's body on the northside of I-75 on May 3, 2000. An autopsy revealed that Young, who was romantically involved with Faniel, had been shot in the head.

Faniel was indicted in February 2006. His trial started on April 14. The jury found him guilty of felony murder, aggravated assault, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

04-25-2008, 07:10 PM
And She's Coyote Ugly Too (http://www.news4jax.com/news/15436897/detail.html) http://www.news4jax.com/2008/0425/15996457_240X180.jpg http://www.news4jax.com/news/15994713/detail.htmlJACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Police announced Friday that a woman and a man were indicted on unrelated charges of murder in the slayings of two women, 10 months apart in separate parts of town.

Homicide detectives said the two cases had only one thing in common: DNA found under the victims' fingernails allowed them to file murder charges.

In Feb. 25, 73-year-old Odessa Hunt-McCoy was found dead of multiple stab wounds at her home at 824 Eaverson St. Police have now charged Melonise Alexander, a homeless person taken in by McCoy, with murder.

Police found some of McCoy's jewelry in Alexander's possession, but said the DNA evidence from fingernail scrapings allowed them to charge Alexander with the crime.

Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Lt. Pat Ivey said a disagreement apparently led to the stabbing.

May 8, 2007, 52-year-old Sharon Williams was found beaten to death in her apartment at 1211 E. 1st Str. Willie Odom, an acquaintance, was arrested after police got DNA evidence from fingernail scrapings.

Police said the Williams and Odom were acquaintances, but they did not specify a motive in the slaying.

"Natural human reaction is to defend yourself, so you normally fight back, scrape and scratch," Ivey said. "That's why we always check in hopes of finding DNA."

05-05-2008, 03:23 PM
Arrest made in 2007 Manatee home invasion murder

Willie Caldwell

Bradenton, Florida - Bradenton Police have charged a 21-year-old man in a home invasion murder from last year.

Investigators say William Caldwell was one of three suspects who kicked in the front door of 59-year-old Robert Prater in June.

Detectives say they established Caldwell as the shooter using DNA evidence, fingerprints and testimony from witnesses.

Caldwell was already in the Manatee County Jail on unrelated charges when detectives served him with a warrant charging him with murder.


White Boy
05-19-2008, 05:50 PM


Man Charged In Cold Homicide Case

POSTED: 3:22 pm EDT May 19, 2008
UPDATED: 3:47 pm EDT May 19, 2008

The Michigan State Cold Case Team announced the arrest of a 48-year-old man suspected in the 2005 slaying of Latisa Marie Hayes.

The Cold Case Team began investigating Hayes' death after a new lead was developed, revealing information not previously known to investigators.

After a week of investigating, Bryan Darrell Walker was arrested and arraigned at the 26th District Court on first-degree murder charges.

If convicted, Walker faces life in prison.

Hayes' body was discovered in the River Rouge on March 20, 2005.

The Cold Case Team's "Operation Fresh Eyes" was organized in April 2008 to assist local law enforcement with cold homicide investigations.

05-29-2008, 04:42 PM

Man Convicted of a 1990 Rape

Last Update: 5:45 pm

Harry J. McNeal Jr.

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - A Jackson County jury found a man guilty of a 1990 rape.

Harry J. McNeal Jr., 33, was convicted Thursday of raping a then 29-year-old woman as the victim's infant son was asleep in the bed next to her. The jury also found McNeal not guilty of a related charge of robbery.

McNeal was identified as a suspect last year while he was being held by Jackson County on other unrelated charges when his DNA was matched to evidence left at the crime scene.

Sentencing is scheduled for July 2 in the Division 18 courtroom of Judge Brian Wimes.

06-04-2008, 12:59 AM
Negro's Dreams Of Freedom Shattered By White Man's Voodoo (http://www.dailyworld.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080604/NEWS01/806040302/1002)

Dat White Man's Voodoo Gots Me In Dis Cell

:bongo: :bongo: :bongo: :bongo: :bongo: :bongo:

It may have taken a decade, but the victims of two rape cases will finally have their day in court.

Opelousas police officers traveled to a prison in Huntsville, Texas, Friday to pick up Kevin Bolden, 39, 817 Philip St., Opelousas, to face a magistrate's hearing on two rapes that oc
curred in Opelousas in 1998 and 1999.

Police Chief Perry Gallow said Bolden has been in jail in Texas for the past nine years on charges of aggravated robbery but was due to be released early next year.

"It was important that we brought these charges at this time to make sure he is not released back into society," Gallow said. "I can assure you he will not be let free."

Both of the rapes involved attacks on young women in their homes.

According to Gallow, a man would enter the houses while the victims and their families slept and then pull a knife on the victim.

"He would attack in the early morning hours. He would instill so much fear in the hearts of the victims that they would not alert other family members," Gallow said.

Gallow said DNA evidence lead police to the suspect.

For some reason, once it was known that Bolden had been jailed in Texas, the cases were allowed to lapse.

"This was the first case I undertook when I took off
ice in January of 2007," Gallow said. "I reopened the case and ordered my investigators to pursue every lead aggressively."

He said Bolden's DNA is currently being matched against all other open rape cases in the city but no matches has been found to date.

"Any time we can arrest an individual with evidence this strong it brings a sense of relief to the victims and their families and law enforcement as well," Gallow said.

06-06-2008, 02:05 PM
Jigaboo linked to five rapes through DNA (http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2008/06/cleveland_man_linked_to_five_r.html)

Cleveland ape linked to five rapes through DNA

He stalked them at night. When they were alone in the dark. Waiting for a bus, using a payphone, walking home from a bar. He ambushed them, dragged them into an alley, a field or an isolated parking lot behind a factory. And he raped them.

Neither police nor the victims knew at the time they were dealing with a serial rapist, and his trail went cold for more than 10 years. Until a DNA database linked five attacks to each other -- and all of them to a Cleveland man already locked up for sex crimes.


Antonio Trice, 38, was indicted Thursday on four counts of rape, and three counts each of kidna
pping and gross sexual imposition in connection with three of the attacks, dating back to 1996 and 1997.

Investigators have not been able to locate two other victims. Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason is confident the other victims will come forward.

"It's amazing how somebody like this can avoid detection for so long," Mason said. "We're talking about someone who has bounced into the system, who touched the system back then and still avoided being caught for these heinous events."

Trice was arrested after a high-speed chase in 1997 for failing to comply with a police order. That event stemmed from a woman's claim that Trice raped her in his car. But after police chased Trice and arrested him, he convinced investigators that the woman was a prostitute and that she lied about the rape.

He was convicted for running from police and put on probation. But he was not charged with a sex crime.

Prosecutors are trying to trace Trice's movements after that.

His tr
ail of criminal acts picks up in 2006 when he was caught having sex with a 15-year-old girl. He pleaded guilty in 2007 to having sex with the teen. But while he was out on a $1,000 bond awaiting sentencing, Trice raped a friend who had come over to his house to watch a movie.

Police re-arrested him, and Trice was indicted on a rape charge the day before he was sentenced in the first case.

During that sentencing hearing, Judge Eileen A. Gallagher said she would not label him a sexual predator because he was unlikely to re-offend.

In the second case, Trice pleaded guilty to rape and was labeled a sexual predator. He was given a total of five years in prison for the attacks.

It was the trip to prison that led to the new charges.

In 2005, Cleveland police sent DNA material from hundreds of unsolved rape cases to the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation in Richfield. The evidence is tested and the results logged into a massive database -- the Combined DNA
Index System, or CODIS. BCI uses it to link crimes committed by the same offender and even identifies the culprit if that offender's DNA is in the database.

In 2006, BCI reported that DNA material linked the five unsolved rape cases that occurred between 1995 and 1997 to the same rapist. But the DNA did not match any criminal in the prison system at the time.

When Trice was sent to prison last year, his DNA was tested, per a policy installed in 2005. Soon afterward, BCI reported a match to the five cold cases.

In the first case, in March 1996, prosecutors say, a man attacked a 19-year-old woman talking on a payphone about 8 p.m. near the corner of Fulton and Walton Roads in Cleveland. She said her attacker forced her into his car and raped her.

Another victim, a 13-year-old girl, was waiting at a bus stop in July 1997 on her way home from the Brookpark Skateland on Brookpark Road about 1 a.m., when she was grabbed, pulled into a field behind a nearby school and raped. She man
aged to run away, she told police, and the rapist sped off in his car.

The third victim, a 24-year-old woman, was walking home from a bar on Bellaire Road in August 1997, when a man snagged her, forced her between two buildings and brutally raped her.

A fourth victim, who investigators are still searching, was 14-years old when the crime was committed in 1995. The girl told police she was kidnapped and raped in a car behind a factory.

No public information is available about the fifth victim.

If prosecutors can convince the court that Trice is a sexually violent predator, he could be sentenced to anywhere from 10 years to life in prison.

The string of serial rape cases is the second set CODIS has helped solve in Cleveland since the system's inception in 2005. That year, CODIS alerted investigators that seven attacks in Cleveland and one in Erie, Pa., between June 1996 and April 2004, were committed by the same rapist.

Nathan Ford, of Cleveland, was convicted in
2006 and sentenced to 138 years in prison for 53 charges, including rape, kidnapping, felonious assault, gross sexual imposition, aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary.

As for Trice, Mason said Thursday that his office is still piecing together his story -- trying to determine where he was for the past decade and whether he raped more women during that time.

"That 10-year gap," Mason said, shaking his head. "You just don't do that for five years, stop for four and start up again. We are a long way from being done with this case."

06-06-2008, 04:22 PM
Inmate Coonvicted Of Raping 9-Year-Old (http://www.ktul.com/news/stories/0608/526333.html)

A state prison inmate faces a prison sentence of at least 500 years and prosecutors are asking for 10,000 after he was convicted of raping a 9-year-old Oklahoma City girl in 1999.

Kenneth Lee Johnson was linked to the attack by DNA in 2006. An Oklahoma County jury deliberated for less than an hour Friday before finding him guilty of rape, sodomy and committing lewd acts with a child.

Johnston testified Thursday and admitted assaulting the girl and said he was under the influence of crack cocaine at the time.

Johnson was linked to the attack by DNA in 2006.


OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS (http://docapp065p.doc.state.ok.us/servlet/page?_pageid=394&_dad=portal30&_schema=PORTAL30&doc_n


Kenneth "It's all good" Johnson

06-06-2008, 04:23 PM
Franken-Nigger Arrested By By Man's Voodoo (http://www.kktv.com/news/headlines/19611009.html)

"Muh Dik" Be Good, Very Good

A December 2005 sexual assault case that occurred in Colorado Springs has been solved.

The woman was assaulted after the suspect offered her a ride from the 7-11 at 1801 S. Nevada. Once at her home the man attacked her.

The victim completed a Sexual Assault Nurses Examination (SANE), and the SANE kit was sent to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for processing. Suspect DNA was recovered during the examination and that information was entered into the national DNA database (CODIS).

In the fall of the 2006, forensic evide
nce from the assault matched two other sexual assault cases in New Orleans, Louisiana, but there was still no suspect.

In April of this year the Colorado Springs Police Department learned that DNA information was entered in to CODIS matching the suspects DNA in all three cases.

An arrest warrant was issued for 35 year old Michael Jones who is currently behind bars at the South Bay Correctional facility in Florida on an unrelated offense. He is now being held on this charge and the El Paso County District Attorneyís Office has been notified for purposes of extradition

06-10-2008, 05:02 PM

http://llnw.image.cbslocal.com/0/2007/03/28/320x240/images_sizedimage_087194100.jpg Yet another feral, raping, dark-skinned hellhound nigger, Keith Wood

I believe Rasp posted this boon earlier in this thread but it's trial is now beginning so we will follow it until the nigger is sent off to nigger heaven.

East End Rapist Trial Begins
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) ― The trial of the man police believe to be the "East End Rapist" began today downtown.

Prosecutors say the DNA from Keith Wood matched DNA taken from the victims of four home invasion rapes in 2000 and 2001.

Wood is also on trial for a fifth rape and burglary.

The sexual assaults happened in Swissvale, Edgewood, Sq
uirrel Hill, Shadyside, and Forest Hills.

Good video of the nigger at newslink. In the vid, a reporter asks the nigger if it committed the rapes and the spook says "I'm guilty, er, I mean not guilty!! LOL!!! Stupid lying nigger!!!!


06-10-2008, 05:41 PM
Decrepit Wall-Eyed Boon Called Out of Retirement for 1992 Child Rape Case (http://www.local10.com/news/16561132/detail.html)


MIAMI -- A 67-year-old man charged in the rape of a 17-year-old girl more than 16 years ago was arrested after DNA evidence linked him to the crime.

Freddie Lee Wilson is charged with the March 4, 1992, rape that occurred on Northwest 54th Street.

Police said Wilson forced the teen into his car at gunpoint and told her he would shoot if she screamed or tried to put up a fight. Police said he then committed numerous sexual acts on the victim before forcing her to have sex with him.

Last week, the Miami-Dade Police Department's crime laboratory matched Wilson's DNA to another crime.

Wilson w
as on probation for a previous offense. His DNA profile was in the state's convicted sex offender database.

He was arrested and is being held without bond at a Miami-Dade County jail.

06-10-2008, 06:44 PM
Pube-headed serial rapist shocked he be caught (http://www.kansascity.com/115/story/656754.html)

Trial begins in Westport rapist case

The prosecutionís case against the man long suspected of being the Westport rapist hinges on new tests of old evidence ó two decades old.

The defense contends that samples collected before DNA testing existed could be contaminated and that any tests done on them could be wrong.


Trial opened Monday for Shy Bland, 52, now a bespectacled, middle-age man with gray hair. Heís charged with sexual attacks on a dozen women between April 1985 and August 1986.

Back then, victims described their attacker as a thin, muscular [SIZ
E="3"]black[/SIZE] man who wore a ski mask, pantyhose or goggles on his head when he sneaked into homes and demanded sex at knifepoint.

He also beat and robbed many victims, raped one woman as she clung to her crying baby and broke another womanís nose, assistant prosecutor Robin Sipe said in opening statements.

Bland faces 31 counts that include rapes, sodomies, attempted rapes, first-degree assaults and robberies. The victims were from 21 to 40 years old. Usually the rapist knocked out screens and entered through open windows, sometimes jumping on women as they slept.

The assaults spread fear throughout Westport and the West Plaza areas. At least twice, officers chased a suspect by foot but lost him.

Police recovered semen, hair and blood from the rapist.

In 1987, Bland was convicted of another rape and seven other crimes. Sentenced to 115 years, he became eligible for parole three years ago.

That is when Kansas City police confront
ed him after DNA testing tied him to all but one of the other attacks. The other victim picked him out of a photo lineup.

On Monday, Sipe said Bland told police he didnít know any of the dozen women and never had been in their homes. ďHe looked bored, and he was yawning,"Ě Sipe said, until a detective told him about the DNA matches.

Sipe said Bland asked police, ďOn all of them?"Ě and his eyes began to tear up.

Defense lawyer Theresa Lininger-Morman told jurors that the attacks happened in another era, a time when Ronald Reagan was president and the Royals won a World Series.

When DNA testing did not exist, police knew nothing about how to preserve evidence to keep it from being contaminated, she said. Some of the lab testing that was available then contradicted the later DNA results, she said.

Jurors will find themselves hearing things that will make them question the DNA, she said, including descriptions that vary even from the same victim at different times.

She said jurors will find themselves thinking: Yeah, but√ÉĘ√ĘĒö¨¶

ďThat yeah, but ó thatís reasonable doubt,"Ě she said.

06-11-2008, 07:19 AM
Defense lawyer Theresa Lininger-Morman told jurors that the attacks happened in another era, a time when Ronald Reagan was president and the Royals won a World Series.

Is Reagan still president? NO! Do the Royals still contend for the World Series? NO! Do niggers still run wild and rape white women???? YES!!!! Stupid bitch defense attorney, Theresa Lininger-Morman!!! Yes, the world has freaking changed but if anything, niggers have gotten worse!!!! They are bringers of misery and chaos to the white race and need to be dealt with in a severe manner!!! She should receive a horse-whipping and then be thrown into a cell with her client for a few hours of nostalgia........ I remember this Westport rapist from years ago. This nigger was the terror of KC for years!!!! Good post, Rasp!!!! Of course this nigger should have been hung
years ago!!@!#@#@!@!!!!


06-23-2008, 12:25 PM
Task force seeks Willie Craig in rape (http://www.cleveland.com/crime/plaindealer/index.ssf?/base/news/1214209891130260.xml&coll=2)

A law enforcement task force is seeking a nigger who broke into a woman's home on Cleveland's East Side five years ago and raped her at knifepoint.

Willie Craig, 31, was identified recently through DNA testing, authorities said. He faces charges of rape, burglary and kidnapping.

The incident occurred on March 27, 2003, in a home in the 3600 block of East 59th Street. The attacker and victim were not acquainted, authorities said.

Craig is black, 6 feet 3, 185 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes. He is known to frequent neighborhoods on Cleveland's East Side, authorities said.

White Sail
07-05-2008, 02:12 PM

Woman Raped In Front Of Daughter; Police Make Arrest
POSTED: 12:16 pm EDT July 3, 2008
UPDATED: 6:44 pm EDT July 3, 2008

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Police announced on Thursday they've arrested a rape suspect accused of sexually assaulting a woman in her back yard while her child watched.

Police said the crime took place about two weeks ago in the Moncrief area as the woman was leaving her home to go to work.

The man appeared to have been waiting for the victim, and approached her, police said. They said the man put a gun to a woman's head and said he was going to shoot her if she didn't do what he demanded.

"He forced her into the back yard and made her perform sexual acts against her will with her child present. It's a horrible, horrible situation that nobod
y should have to go through," said Jacksonville Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Melissa Bujeda.

Officers said the victim was robbed before her attacker escaped.

Investigators said they were able to arrest a suspect, 22-year-old Richard Lavel Edwards, thanks to a big break involving a DNA sample match.


"This break came somewhat suddenly, yesterday afternoon when we got the good news from the crime lab," said JSO Assistant Chief Ron Lendvay.

Edwards was charged with sexual battery and home invasion robbery.

Police said Edwards assaulted the 42-year-old victim at her home and robbed her in front of her 8-year-old daughter.

According to JSO, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement had DNA samples from Edwards from a previous crime.

Officers said the DNA samples taken from the scene match what FDLE had in its database.

"I can tell you the fact that there was a child involve
d only heightened the detectives' efforts in this case. Not that they wouldn't have worked it just as hard if we had our adult victim, but the detectives in sex crimes especially, or any unit that deals with children, have a lot of sensitivity when it comes to that issue," said Lendvay. "It's a dangerous person. We're happy to have off the streets. We truly hope that the arrest can at least start the healing process.”

Police said Edwards has denied involvement in the attack and being at the home. Edwards was on probation for child abuse.

Previous Stories:
June 19, 2008: Police Investigate 2 Rape Cases In 2 Days

07-18-2008, 04:48 PM
KC nigger sentenced in ’96 rape of 9-year-old (http://www.kansascity.com/news/breaking_news/story/710756.html)

A Jackson County judge sentenced a Kansas City man to 20 years in prison today for the 1996 rape of a 9-year-old girl.

Dwayne C. Jones, 47, was convicted in April of four counts of sodomy and rape after investigators matched his DNA with that found at the crime scene.

The victim told officers she was abducted near 43rd Street and Mersington Avenue on Jan. 26, 1996. She then was sexually assaulted and dropped off near 45th Street and Cleveland Avenue.


VINELink Missouri (https://www.vinelink.com/vinelink/detailsAction.do?siteId=26000&agency=48&id=199705295&searchType=offender):

er ID: 199705295
Offender Name: DWAYNE C JONES
Date of Birth: 09/07/1960
Age: 47
Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender: Jackson County Detention Center
Race: Nigger
Gender: Male

07-26-2008, 04:45 PM
Homicide investigators use DNA to crack 12-year-old case (http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2008/07/homicide_investigators_use_dna.html)

One October evening 12 years ago, two homeless men walking down East 30th Street in Cleveland discovered the nude body of Alfreida Day.

Covered by a blanket, the 35-year-old woman was lying under some bushes on a cushion like those often used by homeless people setting up camp for the night. She had been strangled to death.

Police identified Day through fingerprints. But with few other clues, the trail went cold.


On Thursday, a Cuyahoga County grand jury indicted Kenneth Freeman, 48, of Cleveland, on charges of aggravated murder in connection with Day's death. The indictment came as
a result of the work of the county's Cold Case Squad, which is using new DNA technology to analyze dozens of unsolved homicides dating to the 1950s.

Advanced DNA technology yielded clues to Day's death that could not be found years ago. The evidence -- a vaginal swab and a piece of tissue -- matched Freeman's DNA profile, which was stored in a national database of convicted criminals.

07-26-2008, 06:41 PM
White Man's Voodoo Nabs Maxie James Johnson In Decade Old Rape Case (http://www.chattanoogan.com/articles/article_132060.asp)


Maxie James Johnson who is the last original fugitive on Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Top 12 has been arrested. Authorities in Meriwether County, Ga., working with Hamilton County Sheriff's Fugitive Division and the U.S. Marshals Office in Chattanooga, located Mr. Johnson at his home in Georgia.

He was wanted on a charge of a rape that took place in 1997. He will be extradited back to the state of Tennessee after a hearing in Georgia.

08-12-2008, 12:17 PM
New DNA test leads to arrest in '75 rape, slaying (http://www.inrich.com/cva/ric/news.apx.-content-articles-RTD-2008-08-12-0138.html)

DNA leads to new suspect in killing of Emporia teacher; man now dead was convicted

The 1975 rape and killing of an 88-year-old Emporia woman may have been solved by a pioneering DNA project aimed at clearing people wrongly convicted decades ago. :lol:

http://www.inrich.com/media/RTD/2008/08/11/0021.Image.NULL,NULL.300,198,2,NULL,NULL.MGSpooler .img

Thomas Pope Jr., 53, of Emporia was arrested yesterday and charged with rape and first-degree murder in the Jan. 2, 1975, death of Eva King Jones, a retired teacher attacked in her home across North Main Street from the police station.

DNA testing of evidence found i
n forensic case files that led to convictions from 1973 through 1988 was ordered in 2005 by then-Gov. Mark R. Warner after five men wrongly convicted of rape were cleared by testing of some of the old biological material.

Analysis showed that the "DNA evidence preserved in this particular case file has been attributed to Pope," Virginia State Police said in a statement. As a convicted sex offender, Pope was required to submit a DNA sample for the state's DNA databank.

Pope was convicted in Richmond in 1991 of abduction and forcible sodomy. According to news accounts at the time, he was living in South Richmond when he abducted and assaulted a 9-year-old girl.

Details about the evidence and its case file were not available from the state forensics laboratory or from authorities yesterday.

Tom Gasparoli, spokesman for the Virginia Department of Forensic Science, said in an e-mail: "It is my understanding that we let both the state police and the commonwea
lth's attorney know of these findings within the last two weeks."

Most of the files in the study were those of a former state forensic serologist, Mary Jane Burton, who died in 1999. However, other scientists also saved swabs and pieces of material containing blood, semen or other biological evidence in their files.

Emporia resident Curtis Jasper Moore, who suffered from schizophrenia, was convicted of Jones' murder in 1978 after a mental-health commitment to Central State Hospital. The conviction was overturned on appeal, and authorities did not retry him.

According to a Jan. 8, 1981, ruling by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Moore implicated himself while being questioned by police. Among other things, the court held that because of his mental health, Moore could not have intelligently waived his rights.

News accounts said Moore told police he had been in Jones' home and attacked and raped her but that he denied killing her. Police said at th
e time that Moore was living in Skippers and had been released from a mental-health hospital in Washington two weeks before Jones was killed.

The appeals court ruled: "We think that the local police completely deprived Moore of the procedural safeguards that Miranda was designed to provide," referring to the Supreme Court ruling that requires authorities to inform suspects of their constitutional rights.

State police said Moore died of natural causes about four years ago.

According to news accounts at the time, Jones, a widow who lived alone, was able to call police and report she had been raped, robbed, stabbed and choked. Police found her partially clothed and sitting in a chair gasping for breath. She died later at a hospital.

A Feb. 18, 1975, report that appeared in the Richmond Times-Dispatch read in part: "The warrant [charging Moore] reportedly is based on evidence local police have received from the state crime laboratory in Richmond."

te police said yesterday that when the agency was notified of the recent DNA testing results, authorities immediately reopened the case, resulting in Pope's arrest. Pope, of the 700 block of South Main Street in Emporia, was being held at Southside Regional Jail last night. Police said the investigation continues.

08-13-2008, 05:11 PM
Long arm of the law snares mandingo (http://www.kmbc.com/news/17182169/detail.html)

Man, 29, Charged In Rape From 2000
Prosecutors Say DNA Match Found By Crime Lab

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Jackson County prosecutors have charged a 29-year-old man in a rape from December 2000.


Mandingo Sanders :tongue: was charged Wednesday with one count of forcible rape, two counts attempted forcible sodomy and robbery in the first degree.

A 49-year-old woman told police that she was walking east on Linwood Boulevard near Van Brunt Boulevard when a man walked up to her and asked her for 35-cents and a cigarette. The woman said the man then pulled a knife and forced her into a wooded area, where he raped her. Before leaving, the woman said the man stole her
cell phone and $236.

After the attack, the woman went to the hospital where a sexual-assault evidence kit was collected. Prosecutors said the crime lab found a DNA hit in August 2007 that matched the DNA profile of Sanders.

Sanders is in federal custody on unrelated charges.

08-18-2008, 08:12 AM
Buck Charged With 2 Rapes, Maybe 5 (http://www.baynews9.com/content/36/2008/8/14/373585.html?title=Police%3A%20DNA%20match%20leads% 20to%20arrest%20in%20St.%20Pete%20rapes) http://www.baynews9.com/images/news/2008/8/14/hughesmug.jpg Police: DNA match leads to arrest in St. Pete rapesMonday, August 18, 2008

Police said DNA evidence linked Terrell Gerald Hughes to several rapes in the St. Petersburg area.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -- St. Petersburg police say a DNA match led them to arrest a serial rapist.

Officers arrested 45-year-old Terrell Gerald Hughes at his home in St. Petersburg on Wednesday night.

He's been linked to two of the rapes through a DNA sample taken from him for the state database when he was convicted in
February of dealing in stolen property.

Those rapes occurred in 1999 and 2001. Authorities believe three other rapes of prostitutes in that time frame are related. In all the of the cases, the women were picked up, raped, beaten and then dropped off.

The suspect description in all the cases matched that of Hughes.

It wasn't clear if Hughes had an attorney yet.

09-20-2008, 11:43 AM
Black Parolee guilty of 1979 rape-murder of Hispanic woman in San Jose (http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2008/09/20/BARE131DTP.DTL)
Timothy William Brown

Virginia Correa

A parolee is expected to be sent to prison for the rest of his life after being convicted of murdering a San Jose woman in 1979 in a case that went cold until DNA testing linked him to the crime, authorities said today.

Timothy William Brown, 56, was found guilty Thursday of raping and murdering Virginia Correa, 42, a mother of two who was attacked after dropping off a friend early Jan. 15, 1979.

A Santa Clara County jury convicted Brown of murder along with special circumstances of rape and kidnapping, said Dana Overstreet, a supervising deputy district attorney.

"It's just another example of how far we've come in law enforcement in being able to eventually catch up with and hold people responsible for their crimes," Overstreet said.

Correa told her friend she planned to stop for cigarettes and then head home. A motorist found her body on the side of a rural road in unincorporated east San Jose several hours later. She had been stabbed numerous times.

A DNA profile of the attacker, obtained from semen at the scene, sat dormant in a state database until 2006, when Santa Clara County sheriff's detectives were notified that it matched a sample from Brown, authorities said.

Brown has a criminal history dating to the 1970s, including some violent offenses, but he had no known contact with Correa and was never considered a suspect until the DNA match, investigators said.

Prosecutors filed murder charges against Brown as he was serving the last day of a five-month sentence for a parole violation at Corcoran State Prison, sheriff's officials said. He is expected to be sentenced to life without parole for Correa's slaying.

09-24-2008, 06:16 PM
Serial rapin' jig gets mixed-up on hims rapes (http://crimeblog.dallasnews.com/archives/2008/09/suspected-rapist-says-he-movin.html)

Suspected rapist says he's moving back to Dallas

David Lee Hill's DNA has been matched to the rape kit of a young mother who was raped in Oak Cliff back in 1986.


The 45-year-old (pictured above in an old sheriff's mug shot from 1993) is now doing time in a Louisiana prison but is to be released in May.

The victim, who described in my story today (http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/dmn/stories/092408dnmetnojusticesider.1862b2a.html) why she believes Mr. Hill may have been a serial rapist, tells her own chilling story: what law enforcement officers told her that Mr. Hill told them when they approached him about her rape.


(David Lee Hill pictured above in a Shreveport, Louisiana booking mug from 2006, when he was arrested for criminal damage to property.)

Here it is in the victim's own words, shortly after she spoke with the law enforcement officers who approached Mr. Hill. Dallas police confirmed to me that Mr. Hill indeed has a rape arrest on his record.

"He said, 'I got no-billed on that rape,' and they said they just let him talk. And come to find out he was talking about another totally different rape. They had actually caught him back then on a sexual assault but did not have enough evidence to convict him."

"And when they told him about the rape with me, they said he almost fell out of the chair."

"The first thing he said was he thought his statute of limitations was up."

"And guess what really did me, they told him that they were gonna be watching him, and he told them they might as well watch him back in Dallas, because he was moving back to Dallas."

11-14-2008, 12:16 PM
DNA hit leads to arrest in rape (http://www.inrich.com/cva/ric/news/policebeat.apx.-content-articles-RTD-2008-11-14-0159.html)

Hopewell man faces charges in assault on woman in 2002

A DNA hit has led to the arrest of a Hopewell man in a 2002 rape in Petersburg, according to Virginia State Police.

Samuel Roshard Cole, 31, is charged with rape, sodomy, use of a firearm in a felony, abduction and conspiracy to commit a felony, all in the rape of a woman on May 13, 2002, authorities said. Petersburg police declined to release additional information about the case.

According to state police, the following series of events led to Cole's arrest:

In April, Cole appeared before a Petersburg magistrate for a bond hearing on a contempt-of-court charge. The magistrate suspected, based on Cole's criminal record, that he might be required to register on the state's Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry.

The magistrate contacted state police Senior Trooper J.P. Houlberg, who discovered that Cole did need to be registered. Cole was convicted in 1996 of sexual battery, according to online court records and the sex offender registry.

Because he was registered in April as a sex offender, Cole was required to provide authorities with a DNA sample, which he did in May. In October, Petersburg police Detective R.L. Harris learned that the sample matched evidence obtained during the investigation of the rape in 2002.

When Petersburg police learned of the match, Cole was already being sought on unrelated charges including forgery and providing false identification to police.

He was stopped Nov. 7 during a traffic stop by Hopewell police and taken into custody. He was being held without bond at Riverside Regional Jail in Hopewell.


VINELink Virginny (https://www.vinelink.com/vinelink/detailsAction.do?siteId=47000&agency=138&id=31256&searchType=offender)

Offender ID: 31256
Date of Birth: 12/26/1976
Age: 31
Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender: Riverside Regional Jail
Race: Black
Gender: Male

12-05-2008, 12:23 PM
"Sultan Omar" killed teen Yolanda with concrete block (http://www3.whdh.com/news/articles/local/BO97515/)

Shine charged in '84 Mass. slaying held without bail

BOSTON -- A shine charged with murder in connection with an unsolved slaying in Massachusetts 24 years ago has been ordered held without bail while awaiting trial.


Sultan Omar Chezulu, a career criminal who was formerly known as Robert Scott, is accused of killing 18-year-old Elsie "Yolanda" Hernandes in December 1984.

Authorities linked the now 60-year-old Chezulu to the slaying through DNA evidence. He was arrested in Atlanta earlier this week.

Prosecutors say Hernandes was strangled with a sock, beaten with a concrete block and sexually assaulted. Her body was left in a garbage-strewn lot in Boston just blocks from her home shortly after she left work.

Chezulu is scheduled to return to court on Jan. 5. His attorney declined comment at Thursday's arraignment.

12-13-2008, 10:07 AM
DNA match links Dayton man to 10-year-old rape (http://www.daytondailynews.com/o/content/shared-gen/blogs/dayton/daytoncrime/entries/2008/12/06/dna_match_links_dayton_man_to.html)

Demetrius P. Chambers

DAYTON - A DNA match has led to the indictment of a 35-year-old Dayton man for - what police are calling - the “brutal assault” and rape of a woman in her home in December of 1997.

Authorities arrested Demetrius P. Chambers on Nov. 27 in the 1500 block of North Keowee Street at about 6:30 p.m. on a warrant for rape, according to the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office.

The warrant was issued after a grand jury indicted him on felony charges of rape, aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary on Nov. 7, according to court records.

The case was reopened after Chambers’ DNA sample was entered into a national database while he was incarcerated at the Belmont Correctional Institution. His profile generated a hit in the rape of a woman in the 2200 block of Emerson Avenue in, authorities said.

“We reopened the case after the DNA match and that, along with other evidence, is what led to the indictment,” Lt. Patrick Welsh said.

Demetrius P. Chambers

Police then located the female victim and she picked Chambers out of a group of photos as her attacker, Welsh said. The victim’s name is being withheld for her protection.

Investigators said Chambers knocked on the woman’s door and forced his way into the house when she opened it.

“The woman was expecting someone else and opened the door to find Mr. Chambers,” Welsh said.

Chambers held the woman against her will, raped her and then stole undisclosed items from the house before leaving, according to police.

Chambers, 57 Crown Ave., is in jail on $500,000 bond. His next court appearance is scheduled for Dec. 18, according to jail records.

He has a long criminal history, including convictions for escape in 1996 and receiving stolen property in 2005, according to court records. He also been arrested for carrying a concealed weapon, drug abuse and public indecency.

The Bobster
01-31-2009, 10:40 AM

Man arrested in '03 N.J. murder

A man whom Sherita Williams' family suspected of killing her five years ago was arrested last night after being linked to her death by physical evidence, according to the Camden County Prosecutor's Office.

Warren Dixon, whose age and address were unavailable last night, was picked up about 7:20 p.m. and charged with the Nov. 29, 2003, slaying

Her mother found Sherita, then 16, dead of asphyxiation beneath a bridge in a trash-strewn railyard in Pennsauken, not far from the family's home.

Around the fifth anniversary of Williams' death, family members told the Daily News that they knew who was responsible. Investigators would not confirm that Dixon was a suspect but said that new tech
nology applied to old evidence would help solve the case.

The Bobster
02-02-2009, 11:00 AM

Parents Face Classmate Accused in Sherita Williams' Murder
Prosecutors: DNA evidence led them to suspect

Updated 12:42 PM EST, Mon, Feb 2, 2009

Warren Dixon, 23 of Camden, N.J.

Sherita Williams’ parents faced the man accused of killing their teenaged daughter five years ago.

Suspect and former classmate, Warren Dixon, was in court Monday morning, acting defiant. He refused to stand twice, when ordered by the judge. Deputies snatched him out of his chair at one point.

Dixon also refused to answer all questions except when asked whether he had an attorney.

Sherita’s father, Harry Williams,
teared up after the hearing when he about seeing Dixon in court.

During the hearing, prosecutors said they had DNA evidence, according to the Courier Post. Sherita's father told reporters this was the first time he had heard about any DNA evidence and said he was still trying to process it all.

Sherita’s mother and aunt wore buttons with Sherita’s picture to court. For five years, the victim's family has been waiting for answers about how their daughter died and why.

Warren Dixon, 23, was arrested without incident Friday night for the murder of Sherita Williams. She was 16-years-old at the time of her death, according to police. Law enforcement officials took Dixon in after a murder warrant was filed Thursday.

Police say Dixon was a classmate of Sherita's at Pennsauken High School.

Wilma Williams, found her daughter's lifeless body beneath a railroad bridge in Pennsauken, N.J. at 36th St. and Hayes Ave. on November 29, 2003.

There weren’t any bul
lets or knives or clear-cut evidence of trauma found at the scene. Police say the cause of death was determined to be suffocation.

The last time the Williams family saw Sherita was on Black Friday in 2003 when Sherita went to a salon to get her nails and eyebrows done.

That same day, police say Sherita made calls from a pay phone near the bridge. But, it’s uncertain on what day Sherita actually died.

02-10-2009, 07:19 PM
Spoonbill charged wif child rape (http://www.daytondailynews.com/o/content/shared-gen/blogs/dayton/daytoncrime/entries/2009/02/05/dna_hit_leads_to_coldcase_arre.html)

DNA hit leads to cold-case arrest in rape of girl

DAYTON - A DNA match has led to the arrest and indictment of a 32-year-old man for the 1999 rape of an 11-year-old girl.


"Sheee, it wuz coonsensual"

Antoine R. Young is in the Montgomery County Jail awaiting trial on a charge of rape. Police say the girl was attacked in the 400 block of Forest Avenue on Aug. 9, 1999, according to the Montgomery County Prosecutorís Office.

faces single felony counts of rape of a child under 13, rape of a child under 13 by force and two felony counts of gross sexual imposition, according to court and jail records.

Forcible rape of a victim under 13 carries a penalty of life in prison, according to the Ohio Revised Code.

The DNA hit occurred in September while Young was incarcerated at the Chillicothe Correctional Institution (Ross County) on a 2004 conviction of having weapons while under disability and carrying a concealed weapon, according to court records.

Young was indicted for the rape in November, but was just booked into jail Feb. 2 in preparation for trial. He still has six months left to serve on his 2004 coonviction.

The victim is now 21. Authorities said she has recovered physically from her injuries. She was unable to be reached for comment.

Young is in jail on a $250,000 bond and his trial is slated to start March 23 in Judge Katherine Huffmanís courtroom.

Justin Igger
03-06-2009, 05:02 AM
Oh po nigger boy, he did get a stabbing. The mexican done good!:D

03-18-2009, 06:30 PM
Horse-Faced Nigress Skoo Teechur Charged Wif Killing Her Buck In '88 (http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/breakingnews/orl-bk-cold-case-homicide-solved-031809,0,3670039.story) http://www.orlandosentinel.com/media/photo/2009-03/45645564.JPG First-grade teacher indicted on murder chargesBianca Prieto, Henry Pierson Curtis and Rene Stutzman | Sentinel Staff Writers
4:54 PM EDT, March 18, 2009

4:54 p.m. Laster was accused of shoplifting $52 items from an Altamonte Springs Kmart in 1994. According to the arrest report, she stuffed several items into a handbag and then got into a shoving match with security personnel who confronted her.

She pleaded no contest to attempted robbery a few months later and was placed
on two years probation. The judge withheld adjudication, meaning she could say she was never convicted of the crime.

3:51 p.m.Clarence Laster's blood was found spattered throughout the couple's master bedroom on Elon Drive, but his body was found wrapped in heavy plastic in the garage.

The forensic evidence didn't seem to match up with the scene, Orange County detective's thought at the time of the 1988 murder.

Laster's blood was found on the nightstand, the floor, a crib and on the walls in the couple's room, according to new information released this afternoon from the sheriff's office. It appeared he had been shot while in bed.

Delores Laster told deputies she'd last saw her husband leaving with another man early on March 19, a day and a half before his death was reported.

Detectives have not yet been able to determine a motive for his slaying, but it appears Clarence Laster may have been planning on leaving his wife, according to autho

3:29 p.m.When Orange County homicide detective Duwana Pelton re-opened Clarence Laster's cold case murder, she looked to two of the agencies most well-respected retired detectives for insight.

Former homicide detectives Bill Hinkey Sr. and Tom McCann originally worked the case in 1988 and advised Pelton to look to the Laster's three young children - who were an infant and 10- and 12-years-old - who were not allowed to talk to investigators at the time of the man's slaying. Clarence Laster's six older children, from previous relationships, did not live at the home.

Detectives found the two older children who are now adults. Both had memories of the events that helped investigators build their case against Delores Laster, they said.

Detectives would not give specifics on how exactly they solved their case.

1:38 p.m. The first-grade teacher who is charged with killing her husband nearly 21-years ago wouldn't allow her three adopted childr
en to speak to deputies after the murder, Orange County deputies said at a press conference this afternoon.

A 21-year-old cold case murder was solved this week by the Orange County Sheriff's Office with the arrest of a long-time Orange County Public Schools employee.

On Tuesday, a grand jury indicted Delores Laster on first-degree murder charges for the March 1988 murder of her husband Clarence Laster, according to the sheriff's office.

Laster is a first-grade teacher at Dillard Street Elementary School in Winter Garden. She did not report for work this morning and was not arrested at the school, according to a school district spokeswoman.

Investigators from the sheriff's office homicide unit and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement reopened the Laster case last summer and began re-interviewing family members who were children at the time of the murder.

During the 2008 investigation, detectives were able to verify inconsistencies found in Delores Laster's statements
20 years prior.

On March 20, 1988 deputies responded to 5810 Elon Drive around 7:30 p.m. Delores Laster called police and said she came home from a trip to Gainesville and found her husband murdered in their garage.

Delores Laster told investigators in 1988 that someone broke into their home and then killed her husband. Deputies at the time found there was no forced entry and nothing was stolen from the home, according to reports.

Clarence Laster was a self-employed construction worker and died of a gunshot wound to the head, according to Orlando Sentinel archives. He'd been dead for about a day and half before he was found.

Delores Laster worked for the Orange County Public School District since 1969 and was an employee until very recently, according to a school spokeswoman.

03-19-2009, 03:10 PM
http://www.cfnews13.com/News/Local/2009/3/19/teacher_arrested_for_1988_murder_to_appear_in_cour t_today.html

WINTER GARDEN -- A first grade teacher will stay in jail for charges of killing her husband 21 years ago.


Delores Laster, 61, went before a judge Thursday.

She pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges.

Orange County sheriff's detectives say Laster killed her husband Clarence Laster in 1988.

Investigators said new witness testimony from Laster's three adopted children helped solve the mystery.

Laster told authorities she had come back from Gainesville to find her husband dead in the garage.

The motive of the murder is still unclear. However, investigators said Clarence was thinking about leavi
ng his wife.

Until recently, Lester worked as a first grade teacher at Dillard Street Elementary School for 40 years..

03-21-2009, 03:05 PM
Convicted black rapist unleashes verbal assault on victim after verdict announced (http://www.wafb.com/Global/story.asp?S=10037978&nav=menu57_5)
Clarence Mott, Jr

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - A man convicted Thursday of a rape that happened over 20 years ago became so upset about the verdict that he verbally attacked the victim and had to be restrained.

An East Baton Rouge Parish jury returned a unanimous guilty verdict for Clarence Mott, Jr. on an aggravated rape charge, which essentially means a life sentence. After the verdict was read, while still
inside the courtroom, Mott cursed the victim. Sheriff's deputies subdued him and ushered him out of the courtroom.

Mott has already been in prison for more than 20 years because of another rape conviction and was scheduled for parole when, a month before he was to get out, a review of cold cases turned up his DNA. "It was very satisfying verdict, fortunately for the victim, ‘cause it was over 25 years ago that she got raped and she finally got justice," said prosecutor Sue Bernie. She says her case load has been increasing because of cold case DNA testing. She's currently working two other cases.

She credits the Louisiana State Police Crime Lab's efforts for connecting the crime to the criminal. "The Louisiana State Crime Lab received a grant to work cold cases, cases that there has been a suspect in," she explained. "And years ago, they started freezing portions of the rape kits, in case science were to progress and many, many of those cases have been sent out, sourced to s
ee if they can get a DNA profile."

It is exactly what happened in the Mott case. "And we know that there have been exoneration cases by DNA and what can exonerate someone can convict them as well." When a DNA profile is found in a cold case, the profile is run through a data base and compared to known human DNA. "We send those hits to the investigating agency so they can do follow-up and we see this in crimes from burglary all the way up to murder," said Lt. Doug Cain with Louisiana State Police.

Mott will be sentenced by Judge Richard D. Anderson on June 23rd. He will receive an automatic life sentenc e.

Expose Them All
03-28-2009, 07:34 AM
Man, I donít care what anybody sez, that thing isnít even human. Iím just curious about what kind of creature would have married that? An equally repulsive one no doubt.

Expose Them All
04-13-2009, 06:20 AM
Teacher Accused Of Murder Released (http://www.news4jax.com/news/19145936/detail.html#-)

A 61-year-old Orange County teacher accused of murdering her husband 21 years ago was released from jail on Thursday.

Delores Laster was arrested last month in the shooting death of her husband, Clarence Laster, who was found dead in the couple's home on March 19, 1988.

Laster was released on conditions that she wears a GPS monitor and avoids contact with two of the victim's family members. WKMG-TV reported she cannot leave Orange County unless she's traveling to Alachua County.

Laster taught first grade at Dillard Street Elementary School in Winter Garden and has worked there for 40 years. The school district said Laster is on unauthorized leave.

ators said last month they solved the cold case by interviewing Laster's children, who were in the house when their father was shot and killed.
(21 years to solve the crime :confused:)

04-21-2009, 04:24 PM
Rapist to face death penalty if convicted of killing Costa Mesa woman


Booking photo of Jason Balcom.


Michigan prisoner was linked by DNA to 1988 sexual assault and slaying, prosecutors say.

The Orange County Register

A Michigan prisoner will face a possible death sentence if convicted in the 1988 sexual assault and slaying of a pregnant Costa Mesa woman, Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas announced today.

Jason Balcom, 38, is serving a 30-to-50-year sentence for rape in Michigan. He was charged in 2004 with the 1988 murder of Melinda
Gibbons of Costa Mesa based on DNA evidence.

In 2007, the Orange County grand jury indicted Balcom. He will appear in Orange County Superior Court in Santa Ana on April 3 for a pretrial hearing, prosecutors said.

In the summer of 1988, Balcom, then 18, was living with his mother and aunt at the Ha Penny Inn at 2277 Harbor Boulevard in Costa Mesa, prosecutors said.

Melinda Gibbons and her husband, Kent, had moved from Utah to the Mediterranean Village Apartments at 2404 Harbor Boulevard, just a quarter mile north of where Balcom was living.

On the morning of July 18, 1988, Kent Gibbons went to his engineering job, leaving his 22-year-old pregnant wife to finish unpacking. He returned home at about 6:15 p.m. to find his wife brutally murdered.

Balcom is accused of gagging Melinda Gibbons, binding her hands and feet with Kent Gibbons' ties, sexually assaulting her, stabbing her in the left chest area and taking her wedding ring,
prosecutors said. The victim was four-to-six-weeks pregnant at the time of her death.

DNA testing wasn't available in 1988, prosecutors said. In 1999, a DNA test was conducted on semen left on a carpet and on the victim. In 2004, the defendant's DNA was linked to the crime, prosecutors said.

05-06-2009, 06:10 PM
Nigger snared by dat ol' White magic (http://www.courier-journal.com/article/20090506/NEWS01/905060413/Arrest+follows+required+DNA+test)

Arrest follows required DNA test
New law mandating sampling of felons leads to charges in 2000 rape, burglary

In early 2000, a Louisville woman was tied up and then raped by someone who broke into her home.

The woman, whose name has not been released, did not know the assailant and police were never able to identify him.

But two weeks ago, police arrested Robert Sawyers and charged him with the 9-year-old rape, thanks to a new law that requires the DNA of all felons be tested.


"This was one of those cases tha
t you really don't forget about," said Sgt. Greg Burnette, who originally handled the case. "The act itself was real heinous."

Sawyers, 46, had been convicted last year of flagrant nonsupport, and was serving a probationary sentence. The new state law required him to provide a DNA sample to be placed in a national felony DNA database.

When the Louisville woman was raped in 2000, a rape kit was used and sent to the Kentucky State Police crime lab for testing. But no DNA match was found.

But over the past few weeks, Sawyer's DNA was entered into the database and it matched the sample in the Louisville case, said Maj. Joe Richardson, head of the major crimes unit of Louisville Metro Police.

Sawyers was arrested on April 25 and charged with first-degree rape, sodomy, burglary, robbery and unlawful imprisonment, Richardson said.

Richardson said that without the new law, this case might have gone unsolved.

06-09-2009, 10:29 AM
Yet another robbing, raping, murdering dark demon caught using DNA technology. I still demand that the DNA of all niggers should be taken at brith and kept in a database to solve TNB crimes quickly and before the nigger can rob, rape, kill any more whites!!! This is an easy call!!!!


http://cmsimg.democratandchronicle.com/apps/pbcsi.dll/bilde?Site=A2&Date=20090608&Category=NEWS01&ArtNo=90608023&Ref=AR&Profile=1003&MaxW=550&MaxH=650&title=0 "Dat DNA iz racis!!"
DNA links man to rape, murder from two decades ago
DNA has allegedly linked an Ohio prison inmate to the rape of a Rochester woman and fatal assault of her husband nearly two decades ago.

Timothy O. Farrare, 44
, was charged in a sealed indictment opened today with second-degree murder for the attack as the couple slept in their Monroe Avenue apartment on June 18, 1990.

The husband, Leo Rickless, 66, died of head injuries three weeks after an intruder broke into the apartment and beat him. His wife, Ann Rickless, 61, was raped but was unable to identity the attacker. She died within the past two years.

Farrare is charged with three counts of second-degree murder: one count of intentional murder and two counts of murder occurring during a burglary and a rape.

He couldnít be charged with rape or burglary because the statute of limitations for both crimes has passed,:mad: said First Assistant District Attorney Sandra Doorley.

Farrare, who is behind bars until 2013 in Ohio for robberies in two counties, was silent as he was arraigned before state Supreme Court Justice Daniel J. Doyle.

Court documents allege, however, that he offered to tell investigators wh
at they needed to know about the attack if they promised he would serve no additional time behind bars.

Doyle set a Sept. 9 trial date. If convicted, Farrare could be imprisoned for up to 25 years to life. (more prison?? This nigger should be hung!!)

Farrare was linked to the attacks through a DNA sample he was compelled to surrender when imprisoned in Ohio. The DNA was matched through a nationwide DNA databank to crime-scene DNA in the Rochester attacks, Doorley said.

Noam Sayn
06-19-2009, 05:52 AM
Robert Jones implicated in burglaries in Cleveland through DNA, investigators say


CLEVELAND - Robert Jones, 41, has been linked through DNA to a series of burglaries in Cleveland, according to investigators.

A sample of Jones' DNA was entered into the FBI's database after a robbery conviction. He was sentenced to three years in prison for that crime.

He is charged with multiple crimes, including aggravated theft, burglary and kidnapping.


07-08-2009, 11:34 AM
Rapist nigger snagged by Whitey's magic (http://www.dailybreeze.com/latestnews/ci_12776605)

Prisoner linked to Gardena sex assault

A prison inmate has been linked through scientific evidence to a 2008 robbery and sexual assault at a Gardena ice cream shop from blood he allegedly dripped at the crime scene, police said today.



Tony Ray Woods, 43, who was serving a sentence at the state prison in Delano, was charged Tuesday, Gardena police Detective Pam Robinson said.

The assailant that day cut himself while damaging the business' camera surveillance system, leaving behind enough blood for crime scene investigators to take as evidence, Robinson said.

Chances are, the detect
ive said, the assailant did not even know he left behind identifying evidence.

"It wasn't a profuse amount," she said. "It was more than a couple of droplets."

Woods is charged with being one of two men who robbed a Baskin-Robbins business at 13424 Crenshaw Blvd. on Jan. 13, 2008.

Woods allegedly went into the shop's office area and confronted a woman while an unidentified accomplice held another woman working the counter at knife point, police said.

As the unidentified robber demanded money from the cash register, Woods allegedly robbed the office employee of her personal belongings.

He then damaged the surveillance system, cutting himself in the process, and allegedly sexually assaulted the office worker before leaving, police said.

Police officers assigned to the case collected the blood from the broken surveillance system and submitted it to the Sheriff's Department crime laboratory for DNA analysis.

Police received word on June 12 that the DNA matched W
oods from the state's DNA index system. Woods, police said, is a four-strike offender.

His rap sheet was not immediately available. He was serving a prison term in North Kern State Prison on an unrelated charge, police said.

Robinson met with the robbery and sexual assault victim, who identified Woods as the man who committed the crime against her.

Woods was serving a prison term in North Kern State Prison on an unrelated charge.

The District Attorney's Office on Monday charged Woods with two counts of robbery and one count of sexual assault with a foreign object against.

07-09-2009, 04:21 PM
Rape arrest comes 19 years after attack in Pascagoula
Posted: July 9, 2009 04:16 PM
Updated: July 9, 2009 04:16 PM

Lester Jerome Selmon (Photo source: Pascagoula Police Dept.)

PASCAGOULA, MS (WLOX) -[/b] A Pascagoula man was arrested this week and charged with raping a woman 19 years ago. Lester Jerome Selmon, 47, is charged with rape and burglary.

Pascagoula Police say the sexual assault happened on May 30, 1990 while the victim slept in her Eden Street Apartment. The assault was immediately reported to police by the victim and her mother. But she was only able to describe her assailant as a black man with a deep voice. He was 5'9", skinny and in his late 20s or 30s. The investigation eventually wen
t cold.

Then in December of 2008, the victim went to the Pascagoula Police Department to check on the status of the case. Most of the officers who were involved in the original investigation had retired or no longer worked in Pascagoula. But investigators pulled out the original case file and reviewed the evidence, including DNA that was still at the state crime lab. In just a few weeks, the crime lab was able to develop a DNA profile on the attacker. It was entered in the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS), but failed to produce a suspect.

A few months passed, and by July investigators got a call from the crime lab. There was a possible DNA match in the case - Lester Jerome Selmon. After almost two decades, police finally had the evidence they needed to make an arrest in the case.

Police say Selmon was arrested without incident on July 8, 2009 as he was leaving his home on Lanier Avenue. He's now being held in the Pascagoula Jail awaiting a preliminary hearing. His bond is set at one
million dollar per charge.

Steve Phillips will have more on this story tonight on WLOX News and WLOX.com.


White Boy
07-09-2009, 04:21 PM


DNA Leads To Arrest In 1994 Case
Police Say Man Also Suspect In Apartment Burglaries

POSTED: 12:58 pm CDT July 9, 2009
UPDATED: 4:45 pm CDT July 9, 2009

LENEXA, Kan. -- DNA evidence has led to the arrest of a man who police said is the culprit in a 15-year-old rape case.

Anthony Martin was charged with rape and aggravated criminal sodomy in an unsolved case from 1994. Investigators used DNA testing to match Martin to the crime in which a 22-year-old woman said a man raped her at gunpoint and stole items.

DNA evidence has linked Martin to a string of apartment burglaries in Lenexa in 1997. He is being held on $100,000 bond.

Lenexa Po
lice Crack 15-Year-Old Rape Case (http://www.fox4kc.com/news/wdaf-1994-rape-suspect-found-71009,0,4686380.story)

Anthony R. Martin

07-11-2009, 02:36 AM
CRIME REPORT: Sheriff's detectives dust off home burglary

By Matthew Woo (Contact), Memphis Commercial Appeal
Saturday, July 11, 2009

Garric Dorsey

Fingerprints left behind by two burglars have led to the arrest of one suspect and a warrant issued for a second.

On Friday, Anthony Arnold, 21, was charged with breaking into the home and stealing more than $13,000 worth of high-end electronic equipment.

According to an affidavit, on May 19, Arnold and another man broke into the home in the 3900 block of Fern Valley Drive, which is southeast of the intersection of Winchester and Hacks Cross roads, and stole televisions, video games and video game systems.
Shelby County Sheriff's detectives were able to lift several fingerprints from the back door and the bathroom floor.

According to the affidavit, officers matched the fingerprints from the back door to Arnold. They matched the prints lifted from the bathroom floor to Garric Dorsey.

Arnold remained in custody late Friday while officers continued searching for Dorsey.


08-06-2009, 08:42 PM
DNA brings additional rape charges (http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2009908060351)


A Louisville man already facing a rape charge now faces two more after DNA linked him to two cold cases dating as far back as 1996.

David Jackson, 44, was arrested in October 2008 and charged with rape, wanton endangerment, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of burglary tools.

The charges stemmed from a September 2008 incident in which a 48-year-old woman was raped and strangled under the Beargrass Creek bridge near Broadway and Barret Avenue, said Maj. Joe Richardson.

Detective John Grissom made the arrest. But
with money from a federal grant, Grissom was able to keep working on some older cases and a couple of months ago was notified that Jackson's DNA matched samples collected from rape victims in 1996 and 2003, Richardson said.

The DNA was tested by the Kentucky State Police Lab and run through a database, which found the match to Jackson.

On Thursday a Jefferson County grand jury indicted Jackson on two charges of rape and one count each of sodomy and unlawful imprisonment.

The first rape occurred on Dec. 14, 1996, when a 20-year-old was sexually assaulted in a vacant house in the 1300 block of South Floyd Street.

Then on Sept. 7, 2003, a 21-year-old was raped and sodomized under the Beargrass Creek bridge.

In all the cases, the victims did not know their assailant, Richardson said.

Richardson said the federal grant of $422,000 allows detectives to work overtime on cold cases and to order additional testing that may not have been done previously.

This is the four
th arrest in a sex crime linked to work done with the grant money, Richardson said.

08-18-2009, 06:17 PM
Sex predator named suspect in rape, murder of woman in Orange County (http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/breakingnews/orl-bk-cold-case-081809,0,7245906.story)

Jerry L. Williams Jr. is serving a life sentence for attacks on 2 other women

A nigger serving a life sentence on rape and murder convictions is a suspect in the rape and murder of another woman, Orange County investigators announced today.



Detectives say Jerry L. Williams Jr. preyed on some of the most vulnerable women he could find: prostitutes, drug abusers and the homeless, who either would not cooperate with investigators or likely would not be believed.

One of his victims was Patricia Kimmons, 40, a prostitute
and drug abuser who was found strangled on March 20, 2004 in the driveway of an abandoned house near the Holden Heights neighborhood of Orlando, investigators say. About 18 months later, a state crime lab matched Williams' DNA to evidence found at the scene.

He was not arrested then. But cold-case investigators now say they have their man, who they think is a serial rapist.

"He is a true predator," cold-case Detective Mark Hussey said at a news conference this evening.

Investigators knew Williams had sex with Kimmons. But it wasn't until they interviewed him this summer in prison that they thought they could prove it was rape. Williams did not confess, but he made "admissions," Hussey said. He would not reveal what Williams said.

The same day in 2004 that Kimmons' body was found, Williams was arrested on charges of raping a woman in Osceola County. But while on pretrial release in that case, investigators say, he strangled another woman in Sanford, his hometown. Charges were dro
pped because the victim disappeared.

Williams, 26, whose tattoos include "Jehovah," "Jesus" and two crosses, spent two years in prison and three on probation on the Osceola conviction. He was on probation when he choked and raped a woman with a history of prostitution an crack use in Sanford in July 2006. There was no prosecution because the victim would not cooperate.

Williams also was on probation when he raped and suffocated Lisa Marie French, 39, of Casselberry. Her body was found in February 2007 behind a Sanford warehouse. He was wearing a state Department of Corrections-ordered GPS tracking monitor during both Sanford attacks.

Williams was sentenced to life in prison for violating his probation in the Osceola case and for raping and murdering French.

It's up to the State Attorney's Office whether Williams will be tried for Kimmons' murder. No matter, Hussey said, it's important for justice and Kimmons' family that an arrest was made.

No matter what kind of lifestyle these people lead, they don't deserve to be victims," Hussey said.

White Boy
09-01-2009, 04:07 PM

Man sentenced in 1999 cold case murder
Posted: Sep 01, 2009 3:11 PM CDT
Updated: Sep 01, 2009 3:17 PM CDT

http://img196.imageshack.us/img196/2938/11028712ss.jpg (http://img196.imageshack.us/i/11028712ss.jpg/)

Mandrey Davis (Photo courtesy of Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office)

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - A man has been sentenced for murdering a Charlotte woman who was killed in 1999.

Kiawana Grace was found shot to death inside her home in 1999. Her 5-year-old son witnessed the murder.

He told detectives with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department that a particular female relative was responsible for his mother's murder.

Right after the murder, police questioned Grace's boyfriend, [B]Mandrey Davis[/
B]. Police say everything he told them turned out not to be true.

However, detectives were unable to link Davis or the female relative to the murder.

Some time later, police arrested Mandrey for another incident and he was in possession of a gun. Police conducted ballistics tests on the gun. They compared their findings with evidence collected at the 1999 murder scene and were able to establish a connection.

When questioned by police, Mandrey said he was innocent, but he changed his story several times.

Even though the gun was destroyed, the State proceeded with the prosecution.

Mandrey pled guilty in court on last week. He sentenced to 151-191 months in prison.

09-11-2009, 11:18 PM
Cleveland man charged in 1994 rape; prosecutors say DNA linked him to crime (http://www.cleveland.com/crime/index.ssf/2009/09/dna_links_clevelamdn_man_to_19.html)

Maurice Mitchell
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Maurice Mitchell, 37, of Cleveland, was indicted today by a Cuyahoga County grand jury in a 1994 rape and robbery case. Prosecutors said his DNA linked him to the unsolved case.

Mitchell was sentenced to three years in prison in February after he pleaded guilty to failure to comply with a police officer's order.

"When he entered the prison system, he was swabbed for DNA," Miday said. "His DNA was a match for a cold rape case in the city."

Mitchell is now charged with rape, kidnapping, aggravated robbery and weapons
possession. Authorities said that on June 5, 1994 a woman was robbed of $12 an then raped in a field on Superior Avenue.

"A 25-year-old woman was assaulted while using a pay phone on St. Clair Avenue and forced to drive to a field at gunpoint," said Ryan Miday, spokesman for the county Prosecutor's Office. "He forced her out of the car, robbed her and raped her."

Evidence was taken, but there were no suspects in the case until Mitchell's DNA was examined.

10-20-2009, 07:43 PM
Man Convicted In 2 Cold Case Sex Assaults


Gradie Miles Identified Through DNA, Prosecutors Say

DENVER -- A Denver jury has convicted a man in two sexual assaults that occurred more than a decade ago.

Denver prosecutors said Monday that 42-year-old Gradie Miles was convicted of first-degree sexual assault resulting in serious bodily injury, first-degree sexual assault with a deadly weapon and sexual assault with the use of force.

He was accused of attacking a woman in 1993, ripping a wedding band off her hand, and dragging her into an alley where he beat and sexually assaulted her.

He was also accused of beating a couple in 1996 and then sexually assaulting the woman.

Both unsolved cases were part of Denver's Cold Case Project when Miles was identified as a suspect through a DNA match.

"This conviction highlights the important work of Denverís Cold Case Project and how this work can prevent future crime," said Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey.

A sentencing date for Miles will be set after another sexual assault case is tried. There are other felony criminal cases pending against Miles, according to court records.

11-04-2009, 07:52 PM
DNA pins 1994 rape on convicted sex offender (http://www.waff.com/Global/story.asp?S=11409550)


DECATUR, AL (WAFF) - DNA analysis collected in the 1994 rape of a Decatur teen has resulted in more charges against a groid incarcerated for three other sexual assaults.

According to Decatur police officials, a 16-year-old girl was asleep in her bedroom in the former Stonegate Village Apartments complex on June 7th, 1994 when she was awakened by a man who climbed into her window about 4 a.m.

The victim told investigators that the assailant held the girl down and raped her. He then fled back out of the bedroom window.

The victim was taken to Decatur General Hospital, where a sexual assault examination was conducted and forensic evidence was recovered. At the time, the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences was unable to test DNA evidence and DNA databases were not available, so the case remained unsolved.

Police officials said that in the fall of 2008, detectives of the Violent Crimes Unit at the Decatur Police Department reviewed numerous unsolved sexual assault cases, including the 1994 rape. The victim, now 31 years old, supported the continued investigation and was described as eager to find closure with the investigation.

The sexual assault kit was sent back to the Department of Forensics by investigators in December of 2008 for DNA analysis. A DNA profile was identified and entered into an index system of DNA profiles, many of which are obtained from convicted persons. There are currently about 170,000 profiles in Alabama.

One DNA profile in the Alabama database was found to be consistent with the unknown DNA profile. The man who provided the matching DNA, Kenneth Jackson, was found to be incarcerated at the Alabama Department of Corrections, where he is currently serving a life sentence for three rape convictions in the early 1990's - one in Tennessee, another in Huntsville, and a third in Birmingham.

After an investigation where Jackson was interviewed in the St. Clair Correctional Facility, the case was presented to the Morgan County Grand Jury in October of 2009. That grand jury subsequently indicted Jackson for first-degree rape in the previously unsolved 1994 assault in Decatur.

Investigators said Jackson was a drifter who briefly lived in Decatur and north Alabama in the early 1990's.

11-04-2009, 07:58 PM
Just looking at all these black nigger bastards gives me indigestion.

11-05-2009, 02:46 PM
Police: Cigar Was Smoking Gun In Murder Case
POSTED: Thursday, November 5, 2009
UPDATED: 1:06 pm EST November 5, 2009

Booking photo of Breon Glenn

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Saliva recovered from a cigar left at the scene of a shooting death one year ago was the key to making an arrest in the case, police announced Thursday.

Breon Glenn, 24, was arrested in Taylor County and charged with the November 2008 shooting death of 27-year-old Ben LaComb.

Police said LaComb and another man went to the 400 block of Sunshine Street to buy drugs. When Glenn pulled out a gun to rob them and the two men started to drive away, police said Glenn dove into the car and fired two shots a LaComb.

Police said Glenn dropped his cigar in the car before he ran from the scene. DNA analysis of the saliva on the cigar led them to Glenn.


11-09-2009, 11:58 AM
Closing in on a Cold Case (http://www.lasvegasnow.com/Global/story.asp?S=11455144)

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LAS VEGAS -- Las Vegas police detectives working on unsolved crimes have received a major boost. A half-million dollar grant will allow cold case detectives to run DNA tests on samples dating back many years.

One of the first cases to benefit from the new funds is that of Jamey Walker, an 18-year-old beauty queen who was kidnapped from her home, held for ransom and then murdered. Investigators think they are finally closing in on a suspect.

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Jamey was snatched from her home in the early morning hours. Police speculate that a woman or someone she knew talked her into unlocking the door. An African American male phoned Jamey's father with a ransom demand. A second African American man called later and then Jamey called saying she was being released. It didn't happen.

Dave Culver, the seventh detective to work the case, thinks it can be solved. "We have science behind us now with DNA and DNA technology," he said.

Fortunately, the original investigators retained DNA samples from the crime scene. Metro is reluctant to say much about new test results in Jamey's case except that a prime suspect cannot be ruled out. It's the same suspect named by Mrs. Walker from day one, Willie Shannon. "He's a person of interest. We have a very strong interest in him," said Det. Culver.

Shannon, a former professional boxer, lived next to the Walkers and had been flirting with Jamey in the weeks leading up to her death. Jamey asked her father to make Shannon back off.

Shannon's arrest record spans two pages. He served several years for raping another neighborhood girl and is strongly suspected in other sexual assaults. He fits the general description of a man seen at a rest stop near Lake Mead with a girl who looked like Jamey. In his brief interview with Metro after the kidnapping, Shannon told at least two lies.

11-09-2009, 12:22 PM
Closing in on a Cold Case (http://www.lasvegasnow.com/Global/story.asp?S=11455144)

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That is one evil looking feral apeman!! It should be hung forthwith!!!

11-19-2009, 04:34 PM
DNA evidence links murder victim to defendant's apartment (http://www.thetimesnews.com/news/links-29811-apartment-murder.html)



[Faggoty-looking jig enters coatroom wearing human clothing and fake respectacles]

GRAHAM ó DNA results presented Thursday in a capital case confirmed that stains found in a driveway, on an apartmentís back door and in the trunk of a car all belonged to 16-year-old Gregory Jarrod Watlington, who was killed Aug. 11, 2007.

Lawrence Donell Flood Sr., 34, is on trial in Alamance County Superior Court accused of allegedly shooting Watlington in the head in his apartment at Crescent Arms Apartments in Graham. He faces charges of first-degree murder, first-degree kidnapping and possession of a firearm by a felon.

Investigators were first called to the parking lot of the apartment complex on East Parker Street that day to investigate the shooting of Paul E. Lloyd Jr. Lloyd was sitting in the passenger seat of a green Eagle Talon when he was shot twice in the hand and chest.

According to the state, Lloyd was waiting for Watlington to come out of Floodís apartment at the time. Watlingtonís body was found the following day in the woods off a house on Flower Street in Graham.

Graham Police Cpl. P.B. Phillips was the evidence collector during both investigations. He testified Thursday he sent several items to be analyzed by the SBI. This included swab samples from stains that appeared to be blood that detectives found on the driveway at 257 Flower St., on the outside of the back door at Floodís apartment, on the cement patio behind Floodís apartment and inside the trunk of the silver Ford Taurus that was allegedly used to dispose of the body after the murder.

Sharon Hinton, a DNA analyst with the SBI, tested these samples after a forensic biologist determined the samples showed a positive chemical indication for the presence of blood.

She testified that the sample from the apartmentís back door and the sample from the trunk of the car matched Watlingtonís DNA. The sample from the driveway yielded no DNA matches while the sample from the patio yielded a mixed result with Watlingtonís DNA as the predominant profile. That sample also had some results that were consistent with Floodís DNA.

Rasheem Currie, who testified Monday, said that he saw Flood shoot Watlington in the head while the teen was on the kitchen floor. He said that he and Flood carried the body through the back door and put the body in the trunk of the Taurus. He and a friend, Jimmy Downey, then dumped Watlingtonís body on Flower Street.

11-24-2009, 07:15 PM
LA police release serial killer sketch

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Los Angels police have released this sketch of the Grim Sleeper suspect who has struck in Lennox and Inglewood

LOS ANGELES ó Los Angeles police detectives have released a composite sketch of a man believed to have killed at least 11 people since 1985.

The sketch, released Tuesday, was originally compiled in 1988 after a woman who survived a brutal assault by the man gave a description.

She says the assailant was in his 30s and driving an orange Ford Pinto. Police hope to use age-enhancement techniques to bring the sketch up to date. They are unsure how long the process will take.

The killer struck at least 11 times between 1985 and 2007, killing 10 women and a man. He was dubbed the "Grim Sleeper" because he apparently took a 14-year hiatus in his crimes.

All the killings were connected using DNA or ballistic evidence, and detectives continue to work the case full time.

Smedley Butler
11-24-2009, 07:43 PM
Time to repost this one again.

Lynching and Black Crime

Perhaps the most dishonestly and most cowardly discussed issue in present-day America has been blacks and crime. The national media and the Eastern establishment press have refrained from publishing what they perceive as facts repugnant to blacks. The legacy of violence and crime to and by blacks has escaped the honest attention of the press. Much of this dereliction has been rationalized by the establishment media as the deserved inheritance of slavery and its conditions.
Writing in 1941, W.J. Cash in The Mind of the South had noted the lynching of 3397 Negroes from 1882 to the close of 1938. Of that total only 366 were lynched outside the former Confederate States, and of those 185 occurred in the border states of Maryland, Kentucky, West Virginia and Missouri, which he termed more than half southern. Mr. Cash commented on how the barbarity of lynching had declined from the early years of the century.[i] In fact from 1914 the number of prevented lynchings had risen rapidly. Even for his observation a sense of proportion was missing.

Given that the population of blacks in that time frame had risen from about 8 million to over 12 million, the death rate for blacks from lynching averaged less than 1 per 100,000 of the black population. In 1989 the homicide rate for black males was 61.1 members per 100,000 of black men, and for black females the rate was 12.9 per 100,000.

The corresponding rates for white males was 8.2 per 100,000 and for white females 2.8 per 100,000. As disgusting as lynching was, it never approached the casual violence and murder of present-day black America. This point by itself should be worthy of a minimum of 100 doctoral dissertations and 10 symposiums in any academic year at any higher educational institution in America.

The huge numbers of homicide in America were most noticeable in the big cities. For the five biggest cities of the United States, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston and Philadelphia, the murder rate hovered around 30 per 100,000 of general population in 1992. Detroit had 57 per 100,000 and Washington had the astounding number of 78 per 100,000.[ii] Homicide had distinct overtones of being primarily a black problem. In 1900 cities having a population of 100,000 or more had a murder rate of 3.4 per 100,000 population. By 1923 the murder rate had escalated to 10 per 100,000 and remained there for the next decade.[iii] During that time the presence of blacks in big cities in the North was minimal. In 1930 black males were homicide victims at a rate of 92 per 100,000 population and white males were victims at a rate of 12 per 100,000 population. This death rate declined from that time through World War II and the Eisenhower administration. It picked up with John Kennedy taking office, and by the early 1970's black males were dying at the rate of over 100 per 100,000 while white males were dying at the rate of slightly over 10 per 100,000.[iv] During that period white males tended to die at rates about one-eighth to one-tenth of black males. White females were killed at a rate of one-sixth to one-eighth of black females.

White liberals have traced much of the proclivity towards violence by black Americans to slavery. Witnessing from Detroit, Michigan, Judge Avern Cohn of the District Court had taken time to inform the readers of the New York Times that to his knowledge James Madison, Alexander Hamilton or even John Jay had remotely suggested a flaw in the Constitution for not mentioning slavery or suggesting one day slaves would be free. The founding fathers had expressly rejected the view that slavery was compatible with common-law principles of justice. Judge Cohn thought that omission was "to our everlasting shame".[v] It must be mentioned that among the founding fathers of America not one was a Jew. What would have transpired if Judge Cohn and his kin had been present? Judge Cohn did not bring a sense of history to his admonition, just the belief that he and his kind were morally fit to set the world right.

From my book: "Over 30 years later the mainstream establishment press in New York City had not changed much of their mindset when reporting minority crime. A car jacker in 1994 had stolen a car with a mother and her young daughter in New Jersey. The criminal, a 25 year-old black, had raped and stabbed a young white mother some 40 times before she died. Unrepentant and arrogant the young black called the dead woman's husband a "mother****er" for daring to call him an animal.
The account in the New York Post described the criminal as having "arrogantly smirked" and showing no remorse for the murder.[vi] In contrast the New York Times gave a more refined account of the trial and omitted the suggestion that the criminal used the lovely word "mother****er". The New York Times true to form described the facial contortions of the black criminal as "what appeared to be a smirk on his face". The dishonesty and cowardice of this newspaper when reporting crimes by blacks prevailed once more."[vii]


[i]. W.J. Cash, The Mind of the South, pp306-7 (Knopf, 1941)

[ii]. Statistical Abstract of the United States: Vital Statistics 1992, pp182-3 (US Bureau of Census, 1993) tables 290 and 292

[iii]. Statistical Abstract of the United States: 1939, p95 (USGPO 1940) table 92

[iv]. Statistical Abstract of the United States: 1976, (US Bureau of Census, 1976) table 260

[v]. NYT, pA18, Nov 11, 1986

[vi]. New York Post, p8, May 9, 1995

[vii]. NYT, pB5, May 9, 1995

12-02-2009, 03:38 PM
Man Charged In 1995 Slaying Of Woman

DNA Analysis Led Detectives To Man Serving Time In State Prison
POSTED: Wednesday, December 2, 2009
UPDATED: 5:26 pm EST December 2, 2009

Jacksonville Sheriff's Office booking photo of Michael Chatman

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A review of the 1995 unsolved slaying of a woman combined with new technology to analyze evidence led police to charge a man already in prison with one count of murder.

Patricia Hammond's body was found in a vacant field in the 1000 block of West Church Street. on Jan. 27, 1995. Police said her arms were tied behind her back and she had been stabbed multiple times. Police said a knife was found nearby and a trail of blood led away from the scene.

The lead investigators in the case had since retired, but a cold-case detective in 2007 and again earlier this year submitted blood samples collected at the crime scene to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement for DNA analysis.

Using technology that was not available 14 years ago, experts determined the blood was not the victim's, but matched that of Michael Chatman, 43, who was a serving a sentence in state prison on a conviction for burglary and dealing in stolen property.

When questioned, Chatman denied knowing Hammond, being at the crime scene or knowing why his blood would be on and around her body. Based on DNA evidence, Chatman was charged Tuesday with one count of murder and ordered held without bond.

"Detectives never give up on any of these cases," Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Lt. Larry Schmitt said. "Where there are circumstances where they can resubmit evidence and possibly utilize newer technology, they take those steps. In this case, it paid off."

Schmitt said they were still investigating the motive for the slaying, but did say investigators had found witnesses that confirmed that Chatman and Hammond were acquainted.


12-02-2009, 11:05 PM
Black Man gets 15 years in DuPage rape solved by DNA from jail toothbrush (http://www.dailyherald.com/story/?id=340552)
Larry R. Barrett

A man was sentenced Monday to 15 years in prison for a Downers Grove rape that sparked a heated constitutional debate in court.
Larry R. Barrett, 24, formerly of Summit, received the sentence after pleading guilty to aggravated criminal sexual assault.
Barrett did not have a criminal record before the Oct. 9, 2006, attack. He must register as a convicted sex offender upon his release after serving 85 percent of the term.
Barrett admitted repeatedly raping a woman, who had fallen asleep on her couch with the door unlocked, after entering the Autumn Grove apartment complex on the 2000 block of Prentiss Drive in Downers Grove.
The assailant fled, but authorities said he returned and began pounding on her door to get back inside. She was able to flag down a passer-by for help while shouting out from her third-floor window.
"She pleaded with him throughout the sexual assault to stop," Prosecutor Alex McGimpsey said. "He choked her. He also put a pillow over her face to try to muffle (her cries)."
The woman provided police with a composite sketch of her attacker, but she was otherwise unable to identify the man. One week later, an anonymous tipster called police with Barrett's name as a potential suspect.
Detectives later discovered Barrett was imprisoned in downstate Mount Vernon, where he was being held on unrelated property-damage charges. Barrett denied any role in the rape. He also refused to give a DNA sample to test against evidence collected after the sexual assault.
Police lacked enough evidence to get a search warrant. So, authorities seized Barrett's toothbrush during a December 2006 search of his Jefferson County jail cell. Prosecutors said forensic scientists later confirmed Barrett's DNA on the toothbrush matched that collected in the rape kit.
At issue, though, is whether authorities violated Barrett's Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable searched and seizures.
The Illinois Supreme Court has ruled jails and prisons are not beyond the U.S. Constitution's reach, but they severely limited those rights to balance them against the need for institutional safety.
Defense attorney Steve Dalton, a senior DuPage County public defender, argued the DNA evidence should be suppressed because it was obtained as part of a criminal investigation, not for security purposes.
In an earlier court hearing, former DuPage Circuit Judge Michael Burke ruled Barrett had no legitimate expectation of privacy while in jail. Burke is now an appellate court judge. He also found a warrantless search is allowed in circumstances where there is a diminished privacy expectation if reasonable suspicion of a crime exists.
Before forensic experts confirmed the preliminary DNA match, police also learned the shoes Barrett was wearing when arrested in Jefferson County matched the impression found on the rape survivor's door - which authorities said Barrett tried to kick in after returning to the apartment.
After being confronted with the shoe-print evidence, prosecutors said, Barrett made various incriminating statements about the sexual assault and acknowledged being at the apartment complex for a friend's party. He also apologized, prosecutors said.
DuPage Circuit Judge Blanche Hill Fawell presided over Monday's plea deal. In exchange for the guilty plea, prosecutors dropped other charges, including that of home invasion.

The Bobster
01-13-2010, 07:00 AM

DNA Match Leads To Arrest In 1998 Rape
Police Say Solving Cold Case Gives Victim Justice

PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia police said Tuesday they have justice for a woman who was raped more than 10 years ago as a teenager.

Investigators said that when 33-year-old Calvin Gadson, of the 700 block of North 43rd Street, was arrested last year, his DNA matched that cold case from 1998.

"These offenders never go off our radar screen. We never forget," said Capt. John Darby, of the police department's special victims unit. "In this particular case, some 12 years later, this victim has justice in that an arrest has been made in her offender.

Gadson faces several charges, including rape and aggravated assault.

01-19-2010, 11:17 PM
DNA Leads To Arrest In 1999 North Philly Rape
Jan 19, 2010 11:30 pm US/Eastern

PHILADELPHIA (CBS 3) ― Philadelphia Police have arrested a suspect in connection with the sexual assault of a female over a decade ago.

Captain John Darby said DNA evidence led to the arrest of 33-year-old Omar Best in connection with a rape in January 1999.

Best was allegedly posing as a cab driver when he picked up the victim in the 1900 block of West Stiles Street in North Philadelphia. When the victim entered his vehicle, police said the suspect threatened her with a gun, forcing her into a nearby property where she was raped and held captive.

Hours later, police said the victim was dropped off at a nearby location without any clothing.

Investigators were able to match DNA evidence collected following the assault in April 2009. A search warrant was issued and a second sample from Best confirmed his involvement in the 1999 attack.

Best, who was already in jail for a previous felony, was charged with rape, robbery and related offenses on January 14.

Darby said advances in technology have enabled police to further investigate past cases.

"The message to the public is, we do not forget, we never forget," he said.



Offender Record

Offender ID: 779099
Offender Name: OMAR BEST
Date of Birth: 09/16/1976
Age: 33
Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender: Philadelphia Prison System
Race: Black
Gender: Male

Coonfirmation Courtesy Of The Philadelphia Prison System (https://www.vinelink.com/vinelink/detailsAction.do?siteId=39000&agency=47&id=779099&searchType=offender)

01-30-2010, 09:06 AM
DNA nabs nigger buck ten years later for rape of 81 yr old woman in her home!!!
(this nigger should be hung forthwith!!@#@#@!!)


Nigger fit to be hung, Terry Birmingham

DNA Convicts KC Man Of Rape 10 Years After Attack
Man Convicted Of Raping 81-Year-Old Woman

POSTED: 11:16 am CST January 29, 2010
UPDATED: 5:39 pm CST January 29, 2010

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Kansas City man has been convicted of raping an 81-year-old woman a decade ago, even though the victim hasn't been seen since 2004.:(

A Jackson County jury found 43-year-old Terry Birmingham guilty of forcible rape, assault and burglary on Thursday.

Prosecutors filed the charges against an unknown "John Doe" in 2002, using the DNA profile from evidence taken from the victim, Carol Cooper.

The case prompted the Missouri Legislature to change state law to exempt forcible rape and sodomy from a three-year statute of limitations.

Cooper told police after the attack that someone followed her into her home on Christmas Eve 1999 after she took Christmas cookies to a neighbor.:mad:

She disappeared in 2004 after leaving home for a walk. (I trust the donut eating cops will take a long look at the nigger for her missing from 2004 as well. I would bet the nigger went back and killed her and disposed of her body to protect himself from being identified!! Either way, this nigger should be hung immediately!!)

02-01-2010, 05:00 PM
Black Missouri inmate charged in 1993 KC rape (http://www.kansascity.com/news/breaking_news/story/1721218.html)
Joseph L. Moland

DNA helped authorities charge a Missouri inmate in a Kansas City rape case that has gone unsolved for 16 years.
Joseph L. Moland, 35, is charged in Jackson County Circuit Court with first-degree assault, first-degree robbery and two counts of forcible rape.

According to court documents:
Shortly after midnight June 22, 1993, two men came to the victim’s front door and asked if they could have some water for their dog and use her phone.

The dog finished the water, the men handed back the phone, and the woman went inside to take a call from her boyfriend. But the men lingered at the door.

After the woman told her boyfriend she wanted to call 911, the men came inside, held a handgun to her head and both raped her. When her boyfriend came over and tried to intervene, the suspects shot him and fled with $85 from the house.
In late January, authorities matched DNA from the scene to Moland, court records say, He currently is incarcerated in Cameron on statutory rape and drug trafficking charges.

Read more: Missouri inmate charged in 1993 KC rape - KansasCity.com (http://www.kansascity.com/news/breaking_news/story/1721218.html#ixzz0eKtDWpjV)

02-02-2010, 07:47 PM
Police: DNA Links Man To 2006 Sex Assault

Brian Keith Miller Held On $100,000 Bond
Jozannah Quintanilla, KSAT 12 News Reporter
POSTED: Tuesday, February 2, 2010
UPDATED: 6:21 pm CST February 2, 2010


SAN ANTONIO -- After an investigation and a review of DNA evidence, a man has been arrested on suspicion of allegedly sexually assaulting a woman almost four years ago.

After a review of DNA evidence by the Texas Department of Public Safety, police said 43-year-old Brian Keith Miller was linked to a violent sexual assault of a woman in March of 2006.

The woman told police she was walking at the intersection of Broadway Avenue and Josephine Street at night when Miller threatened her with a large knife and forced her into his car. She claimed he sexually assaulted her and then threw her out of the car, police said.

Authorities said the victim was able to identify Miller in a photo lineup.

Miriam Elizondo, with the Rape Crisis Center, said this case shows how critical it is for the victims to go for a forensic exam and not to get rid of any evidence.

"Those exams need to be done within 96 hours of the assault," Elizondo said. "That perpetrator's DNA can go into a system and, if there's a future incident, it starts collecting data so eventually we can get justice."

What victims need to know, Elizondo said, is that a new law allows them to come to the hospital to undergo an exam and give a rape kit without reporting the assault to authorities right away.

"(Victims can) have the forensic exam done and take some time to decide whether they want to take the legal route or not," Elizondo said.

Miller is in jail on a $100,000 bond.


02-07-2010, 05:27 AM
DNA credited for arrest in 25-year-old homicide
February 6, 2010 9:08 PM |


DNA evidence helped authorities charge a South Side man in connection with an unsolved 25-year-old homicide.

Authorities identified the victim as Sheila Johnson, 24, who was found stabbed to death in her apartment on March 17, 1984, in the 5800 block of North Winthrop Avenue on Chicago's North Side.

Authorities could not discuss the circumstances that led to the stabbing. But first-degree murder charges were lodged against 44-year-old Melvin Green of the 1500 block of West 87th Street, police said.

The Chicago Police Department's cold case squad revisited the case in 2008 and were able to obtain evidence, which was submitted for DNA analysis. A DNA match led police to Green, who was subsequently taken into custody, police said.

Court information for Green was unavailable.


02-08-2010, 11:44 AM
Ronald Smith, 51, has been arrested and charged with the murder of a 40-year-old preschool teacher in July 2008.

The man accused of killing a preschool teacher in July 2008 is now behind bars, thanks to forensic evidence left in the victim's car, according to Gwinnett County police.

Ronald Edward Smith, who is homeless, was arrested Friday night and charged with murder, according to Officer Brian Kelly with Gwinnett police. Smith, 51, is accused of shooting 40-year-old Genai Coleman and then stealing her car near Gwinnett Place Mall.

Coleman, who lived in Snellville, was waiting at around 9 p.m. on a Friday night to pick up her daughter, who was working at a nearby restaurant. Her car, an older Dodge Intrepid, was found the following Monday in Atlanta, police said.

Witnesses heard shots fired and then saw Coleman get out of the car and fall to the ground. She later died at Gwinnett Medical Center.

Police do not have a motive in the killing, but do not believe the two knew each other, Kelly said.

Smith's arrest comes following a week where Coleman was particularly on the mind of her relatives, her mother said Saturday night.

"It's the beginning of a stage of closure for the whole situation," Geraldine Brown said from her Indiana home. "Our thoughts have been on her particularly this week."

Investigators have spent more than a year studying forensic evidence in the case, Kelly said. At the time of his arrest, Smith was found in Lawrenceville, but he is homeless, police said. He is in custody at the Gwinnett County jail, where he is being held without bond.

Brown said her daughter, who was the adoptive mother to three daughters, was a nurturing person who cared very much about people, including the children she taught.

ďFor her to be taken from us," she said, "it was a taking that is not easily reconciled.ĒĚĚhttp://www.ajc.com/news/gwinnett/arrest-made-in-preschool-293188.html

Blacks are from hell
02-09-2010, 11:06 PM
Prosecutors Say DNA Links Man To 2000 Rape Case
Feb 9, 2010 4:39 pm US/Mountain

Leonard Loftin
Denver District Attorney's Office

DENVER (AP) ― Prosecutors say DNA has led them to a man accused of raping a woman almost a decade ago.

The Denver District Attorney's office filed charges Tuesday against Leonard Loftin, 54, after being notified of a DNA match in the 2000 case. Loftin was already in prison for an unrelated case.

Loftin is accused of pulling a 42-year-old woman into a Denver alley and raping her. Prosecutors say the woman eventually escaped.

Loftin is charged with second-degree kidnapping and sexual assault. He's due in court Feb. 24.


02-13-2010, 01:14 AM
Man indicted after nearly 3 decades for murder of teacher and rape of her friend
By Ellen Kleinerman, The Plain Dealer
February 11, 2010, 7:00AM

Richard Wilson

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The survivor of a 1982 shooting and rape, who watched her friend Maryann Finegan die during that same attack in Cleveland, had just about given up on police solving the crime.

But on Wednesday, the woman, now 66, stood with her hands tightly clasped as prosecutors announced the indictment of Richard Wilson, 56, in connection with the case.

"I never thought after this length of time he'd be caught," she said quietly.

The case was reopened last year when Cold Case Unit investigators took crime-scene evidence and found a match in the FBI's national DNA database, said Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason.

Wilson is in prison in LaBella, Pa., outside of Pittsburgh, on a parole violation connected with a robbery conviction.

He has been indicted in Cuyahoga County on 16 counts of aggravated murder, attempted aggravated murder, rape, attempted rape, kidnapping and aggravated robbery for the attacks on Finegan and her friend. He will face the death penalty, Mason said.

The victim, who still has a bullet lodged next to her spine from the attack, said it took years to come to grips with the fear that the attacker would come after her.

Finegan, then 42, and the other woman, then 38, were abducted by a man at West Sixth Street and St. Clair Avenue on June 5, 1982, after the two women walked out of a popular bar, according to a Plain Dealer account of the crime.

He jumped into the truck Finegan was driving and, at gunpoint, ordered the women to drive behind a factory in the Flats, where he assaulted them.

The man ordered the women to undress, but when the surviving woman refused, he shot Finegan in the side of her head. He then raped the other woman and shot her twice -- once through the neck and once through her chest. Both victims were found 15 hours later by a security guard.

Mason described Wilson, from Florida, as a career criminal who has been in and out of jail. Investigators said he was arrested in July 1982 for carrying a concealed weapon and believe that weapon was used to kill Finegan.

Finegan was a teacher and coach in the Coventry school district in Akron. The Lesbian-Gay Community Service Center had named a project to track anti-gay violence after Finegan's death, but funding ran out in 1994.

The surviving victim said that although she went through years of facing her fear, she will testify.

"I was a witness, and he should be brought to justice," she said, so "no one will be murdered or raped by him again."


Expose Them All
02-14-2010, 10:36 PM
Louisville Metro Police (http://www.wave3.com/Global/story.asp?S=11977145) say they have solved four open rape cases thanks to a single DNA match.

Todd Stoudemire was already in jail for a parole violation, and with a grand jury indictment this week, he can expect to spend some extra time there.

LMPD detectives say in late 2005, the state crime lab linked four rapes dating back to 1997 to the same person through DNA.

The problem: they didn't know who that person was.

Just two weeks ago, they were notified the lab had matched the unknown DNA to Stoudemire's.


Expose Them All
02-14-2010, 10:57 PM
Cold-case squad makes arrest in 2000 rape case (http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_14370026)

A 54-year-old Denver man was charged Tuesday with kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 42-year-old woman near East Colfax Avenue and Pearl Street in November 2000.

The work of Denver's Cold Case Review Project and a DNA match led to the charges against Leonard Loftin, the Denver district attorney's office said.

Prosecutors said Loftin pushed the victim to the ground and molested her before she was able to escape.

Loftin already is in the custody of the Colorado Department of Corrections. He is serving a sentence on a 2007 escape conviction.


The Bobster
02-15-2010, 07:07 AM

Arrest Made In 2001 Delaware Co. Murder

YEADON, Pa. (CBS 3) ― A suspook is in custody following the 2001 shooting death of a Delaware County man.


Following an eight and a half year investigation, Yeadon Police arrested 41-year-old Shawn Gallman in connection with the slaying of Shawn Hughes.

Hughes was found shot multiple times in his vehicle in October 2001.

Investigators said they were led to Gallman by DNA tests on the grip of a handgun. Gallman was also known to have visited Hughes' ex-girlfriend prior to the shooting.

Detectives from Yeadon took Gallman into custody at the Joseph Coleman Center on the 3900 block of D Street in Philadelphia.

A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Friday, February 19 at Yeadon District Court.

Earl Turner
02-15-2010, 07:25 AM
It must have been those sweaty and greasy fat nigger paws that left behind some DNA on the grip of the murder weapon.

The Bobster
02-19-2010, 06:27 AM

Trial to Come in 12-Year-Old Rape Case
DNA proves the accused raped girl while her boyfriend was restrained: Police
Updated 7:46 AM EST, Fri, Feb 19, 2010

A 33-year-old man has been ordered held for trial in the 1998 rape of a then-15-year-old girl.

Thirty-three-year-old Calvin Gadson was arrested last month based on DNA evidence. He is charged with raping a girl who was walking with her boyfriend in a park in February 1998.

The woman is now 27. She testified Thursday that two armed men attacked them, raping her while holding her boyfriend at gunpoint.

She says can't identify her attackers, but prosecutors says that a 1-in-10-billion match links Gadson to the crime.

Police are still seeking the second suspook.

02-19-2010, 02:55 PM
I was thinking about this thread the other day as the local snooze was carrying a story about some nigger "wrongly imprisoned" (they just hadn't caught him for what he really did-yet). They never say much about these kinds of stories. The average person (unless they talk to me) has no idea of the niggers going to prison because of DNA...they only know about the ones getting out.

02-27-2010, 09:16 AM
Detectives arrest suspect for 1997 rape
Posted: Feb 26, 2010 4:57 PM
Updated: Feb 26, 2010 4:57 PM

Desmond Lewis (Source: Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office)

DENHAM SPRINGS, LA (WAFB) - Investigators arrested a suspect Thursday morning for the kidnapping and rape of a 16-year-old girl in Denham Springs in 1997.

The Livingston Parish Sheriff's Officer arrested Desmond Lewis, 36, of Baton Rouge. Detectives said he abducted the young woman at gunpoint around midnight on June 12 and sexually assaulted her. He was charged with one count of aggravated kidnapping and one count of aggravated rape.

The Louisiana State Police Crime Lab made a DNA match in the case and notified sheriff's detectives on Feb. 3. Deputies then contacted the victim and received even more evidence, as well as picking out the suspect in a photo lineup.

Lewis was arrested around 9:30 a.m. at his home in Baton Rouge. He was booked into the Livingston Parish Detention Center. His bond was set at $1 million.


White Sail
02-27-2010, 09:45 PM

DNA from '09 robbery leads to charges for teen
February 27, 2010

DNA evidence from blood found on a broken window at a 2009 burglary led to felony burglary charges filed Friday against a suburban teenager who police call a ďcareer thief.ĒĚĚ


Henry Johnson, 18, of south suburban Saulk Village, was charged Friday with felony residential burglary, according to a police News Affairs release.

Johnson is alleged to have broken into a residence in the 6500 block of South Hoyne in the south side Englewood neighborhood on March 30, 2009, the release said.

The homeowner later found $7,000 worth of electronics and jewelry missing, the release said. Evidence technicians gathered blood found on a broken rear window, which indicated a positive DNA match for Johnson, the release said.

Johnson has a history of arrests for burglary and theft, the release said. He is currently serving a sentence for a separate residential burglary that occurred in the 1400 block of W. 63rd St., also in Englewood, on April 2, 2009.

Johnson is scheduled to appear in Central Bond Court, 2600 S. California today, according to the release.

03-04-2010, 07:54 PM
Story features two niggers caught by YT's voodoo.

Phillip Skipper

Marice Nalls

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - Police have made an arrest in a rape case from 2001. The suspect is identified as 23-year-old Phillip Skipper. Although he was 16 when the crime occurred, Skipper will be tried as an adult for aggravated rape.

The East Baton Rouge Parish prosecutor's office obtained an indictment from the grand jury on Skipper before he was arrested, but much the credit is going to the State Police Crime Lab for solving this and other cold cases.

It all started when workers at the crime lab pulled out the file on an old rape case. New technology has made it possible to check DNA samples that are decades old. "Well, Baton Rouge city police recently was notified by Louisiana State Police Crime Lab that they had a DNA match on a case back from 2001; an old rape kit, an unidentified unknown defendant, and when they ran the rape kit with our CODIS, it's a computer, it made a hit on Mr. Skipper," says Sue Birney, a sex crimes prosecutor.

The same thing happened to Marice Nalls. Nalls was already incarcerated and was soon set to be released when an old 1998 rape kit was profiled. Nalls was eventually convicted of aggravated rape last October and will be sentenced to the mandatory life in prison by Judge Don Johnson on January 7th. "In fact, there have been two or three defendants who I prosecuted in the late 80s or early 90s, some of whom was still doing time for their sex crimes, and I got a cold hit and have been able to proceed on these cases," Birney says.http://www.wafb.com/Global/story.asp?S=9384359

Skipper found guilty of aggravated rape

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - Phillip Skipper has been found guilty of aggravated rape involving an LSU student in 2001, WAFB's Jim Shannon reports.

The victim, a third-year LSU student, testified the man used a gun to keep her quiet when she was raped outside of her home in March 2001.

Skipper faces mandatory life in prison.http://www.wafb.com/Global/story.asp?S=12087412

03-06-2010, 01:33 PM
DNA Helps Nab Man in Summer Burglary
By Gregg Hennigan
By Becky Ogann
Story Created: Mar 5, 2010 at 11:42 AM CST
Story Updated: Mar 5, 2010 at 11:42 AM CST


IOWA CITY - DNA pulled from a cigarette left at a crime scene helped lead to the arrest of a man accused of burglarizing an Iowa City home last summer.

Darryl Jenkins, 43, of Coralville, faces a second-degree burglary charge for the incident.

Police say a man returned to his home on North Johnson Street on June 19, 2009, and saw a man running away. The resident found items from his home missing, including computers and video games. He also found a cigarette butt still burning on the ground next to his house.

Police sent the cigarette to the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation for testing, and a match was through an FBI indexing system. Secondary tests confirmed Jenkinsí DNA was on the cigarette and Jenkins matches the physical description of the suspect, police said.

During an interview with police, Jenkins could not explain how a cigarette with his DNA was found at the home, police said.

Jenkins was in Johnson County Jail Friday on a $5,000 cash-only bond. Second-degree burglary is a Class C felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison.


03-11-2010, 01:50 PM
Patrick Sherrill

Issac Sherrill

Latunga Bailey

April Frye

Mar 11, 2010

ROWAN COUNTY, NC (WBTV) - Four people have been arrested in connection with an attempted murder which happened in Rowan County in 2008.

On Thursday, the Rowan County Sheriff's Office announced that detectives had arrested four suspects and were searching for a fifth person.

William David Briggs, 39, was shot at a home at 430 Joe Rankin Road in Mt. Ulla in November of 2008.

According to the sheriff's office, those living at this address have long been suspected of drug activity.

At the time of the shooting, people staying at the home told investigators that an unknown person shot Briggs.

The sheriff's office said evidence collected at the scene did not add up with the witnesses' accounts of what happened.

In December of 2008, search warrants were obtained for several houses in this area, and investigators found evidence of the shooting including blood stains, firearms, cocaine, and equipment used for drug trade.

A month later, Patrick Sherrill, 28, of 520 Joe Rankin Road, Mt. Ulla, NC was arrested and charged with attempted first-degree murder. He was given a $350,000 secured bond and is still being held at the Rowan County Detention Center.

Evidence from the case was submitted to the State Bureau of Investigations lab in early 2009. The results of those tests came back earlier this year and they confirmed that Briggs was assaulted at the home on Joe Rankin Road. Evidence also showed the manner of assault was very different than what the witnesses told sheriff's investigators.

Investigators say several subjects at the home were involved in concealing the evidence and altering the crime scene which hampered the investigation.

The case was presented to the Grand Jury, and Indictments were obtained for the arrest of four additional people including Isaac Lamont Sherrill, Latunga Bailey, April Nicole Frye and Rosemary Mason.

All have been charged with accessory after the fact of attempted first-degree murder. Police say all five people are neighbors on Joe Rankin Road.

On Wednesday, investigators conducted a "round-up" of the suspects and arrested three of the four suspects.

Issac Lamont Sherrill, 26, is being held on $20,000 secured bond; Latunga Consula Bailey, 33, is being held on $15,000 secured bond; and April Nicole Frye, 28, is being held on $20,000 secured bond. A fifth suspect in the case, Rosemary Mason, remains at large. http://www.wbtv.com/global/story.asp?s=12123539

03-13-2010, 07:52 AM
March 11, 2010, 6:36AM
The April 2004 shooting death of 26-year-old Sheric R. Harris opened an emotional wound that never fully healed, his sister says.

Now, nearly six years after Harrisí death, police are reopening that wound ó but this time, it might end in a conviction that could help Harrisí loved ones move on.

The detectives in the Cold Case Homicide Unit of the Saginaw Police Departmentís Violent Crime Task Force believe theyíve found the man who shot Harris, a father of four, just after midnight April 17 in the parking lot of an East Side Saginaw convenience store and drove away in Harrisí 1983 Z28 Camaro.

Prosecutors have charged Marcus D. Hanserd, 25, with an open count of murder, carjacking, carrying a dangerous weapon with unlawful intent, possessing a firearm as a felon, and four counts of possessing a firearm during the commission of a felony.

Harris was the fifth of 22 homicide victims in 2004.

As Harris lay dying in the parking lot of the Circle K Food Store, 1615 E. Genesee, numerous witnesses drove around him and went about their daily routines, police said at the time. Two witnesses drove all the way to their homes in northern Bay County before calling to report the shooting.[that tells me that Saginaw is another niggerfuxated city.]

Other witnesses told police then that after two black men walked out of the convenience store, one of them shot Harris and drove off in his Camaro. Police found the Camaro, stripped, the next day.

Cold case investigator Roy Walton said ďnew things opened up with DNAĒ evidence that ďenhanced what we hadĒ with witnesses.

Walton said Hanserd was ďinvolved in prior crimes that nightĒ but didnít elaborate. Court records show a jury convicted Hanserd of armed robbery in an April 16 incident at 1226 Janes, about a mile from the convenience store where Harris was shot hours later. Hanserd, whose last known address was 2718 Cumberland in Saginaw, was sentenced to 15 to 45 years in prison and is lodged at the Carson City Correctional Facility.

He was arraigned on the murder charge earlier this month. His preliminary hearing before Saginaw County District Judge A.T. Frank was scheduled for Tuesday, but the judge postponed it to give the attorneys more time to prepare.

The federally funded cold case unit, which also includes investigator David C. Bearss, aims to use DNA evidence to find the killers in 200 homicides dating to 1966.


04-03-2010, 06:50 PM

The Spartanburg County Sheriff's office said three people have been charged in connection with a 2001 murder.

The sheriff's office said recent developments led to the charges.

Investigators arrested two people Friday afternoon. They state one other suspect is still on the run.

Gerald Elliseo Gonzalez, 36, and his wife, LaWanda Gonzalez, 34, of Campobello, are charged with the murder of Michael Smith.

The sheriff's office has also charged Steven Lee McDowell, 35, with murder in the case. McDowell is still at-large, and is considered armed and dangerous.

According to a news release from the Spartanburg Sheriff's Office, Greenville County deputies responded to an SUV fire on East Suber Road in Greer on November 15, 2001.

Inside the vehicle was the body of Michael Smith from Spartanburg. An autopsy showed Smith died from a gunshot wound.

Investigators said new information determined that the homicide occurred in Spartanburg County.

Sheriff's deputies are asking for help in locating Steven McDowell.

The sheriff's office said McDowell is believed to be driving either a black 2002 Ford Explorer with a South Carolina plate of CER-896, or a light blue over pearl white 1991 Lexus sedan with chrome wheels and a South Carolina plate of ATG-251.

The sheriff's office said McDowell is considered armed and dangerous.http://www.wyff4.com/news/23041357/detail.html

Apr 04, 2010
SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina police say three people are charged with murder in the 2001 shooting death of a Spartanburg man whose body was found in a burning car in a neighboring county.

The Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office said in a news release that 35-year-old Steven Lee McDowell turned himself in Saturday. Deputies arrested McDowell's 34-year-old sister LaWanda Gonzalez and her husband, 36-year-old Gerald Elliseo Gonzalez, on Friday.

All three are awaiting a bail hearing. There was no information about whether they have attorneys.

They are charged with killing Michael Smith whose body was found in Greenville County. Smith died of a gunshot wound.

The sheriff's office said the arrests came after new information showed that Smith was killed in Spartanburg County.

White Sail
04-13-2010, 04:35 PM

Jury: 'Mr. X' Guilty on All Charges
Updated: Monday, 12 Apr 2010, 5:16 PM EDT
Published : Monday, 12 Apr 2010, 4:40 AM EDT
Edited by Steve Dixon

ATLANTA - The man accused of murdering a woman over a decade ago has been found guilty on all charges.


Jurors found 49-year-old Michael Harvey guilty of killing prostitute Valerie Payton in 1994.

The 39-year old woman's body was found in an overgrown lot in southeast Atlanta.

Police said she was raped and strangled.

Harvey was charged with Payton's murder in 2008, when he was linked to the crime though DNA evidence.

Harvey was found guilty of felony murder, aggravated assault and aggravated sodomy.

04-14-2010, 04:50 PM
Colon kilt? :)

Man Arrested In Cold Case Killing From 1997
POSTED: 3:44 pm CDT April 12, 2010
UPDATED: 4:27 pm CDT April 12, 2010

Alton Patterson, 37

NEW ORLEANS -- New Orleans police made an arrest in a case more than 12 years old. The New Orleans Police Department has arrested 37-year-old Alton Patterson who is wanted in connection with the murder of 17-year-old Colon Cains.

The incident happened on Oct. 8, 1997, shortly after 6:30 p.m., at the intersection of Second and Lasalle streets.

Investigators said that Sixth District officers responded to a call of a shooting and when they arrived at the scene they found the victim inside of a vehicle with a gunshot wound to the head. He was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.

As detectives reinvestigated the case, they said that they identified Patterson as responsible for the murder of Colon Cains. Police said the arrest warrant was obtained on April 8.

Patterson was located and charged with attempted first degree murder and one count of first-degree murder.


04-21-2010, 12:14 PM
Police Make Arrest in 1983 Murder
Posted: Apr 20, 2010 9:08 PM
Updated: Apr 20, 2010 11:08 PM


LAS VEGAS -- Police have made an arrest in a cold case murder that happened 26 years ago at a downtown motel parking lot.

Metro arrested 51-year-old George Lawson on April 18th at his Las Vegas home. Police say Lawson admitted to the shooting 60-year-old Ismale Ceballos on December 20, 1983. The two men did not know each other.

"Someone was leaning on someone's vehicle, he said 'hey move, get out of the way,' they got into a verbal argument and then he shot him," said Lt. George Castro, Metro.

Lt. Castro says Lawson has a violent criminal history but only minor offenses in the past 20 years.

Fingerprint technology funded by a $1.9 million federal grant is credited with Lawson's capture. "We were able to discover a fingerprint that maybe we did not have the technology back then to process because maybe it wasn't as sensitive as it is today," said Lt. Castro.

Metro says the victim's wife who had given up on ever finding who killed her husband was overwhelmed by the new development.

"You could see the emotion taking over her body, she was starting to cry because it finally did hit her that it was solved," said Lt. Castro.

This is the eighth cold case crime that Metro has solved since 2006.


04-21-2010, 03:30 PM
Charges Filed In 1993 Cold Case Homicide
Apr 21, 2010 3:44 pm US/Central

Preston Arnold, 49, has been charged in the 1993 cold case homicide of Glora Dean Clay.

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) ― More than 17 years later, police have charged a 49-year-old man in the homicide of a woman who was physically and sexually assaulted before being strangled to death.

Minneapolis Police say Preston Arnold has been charged with murder in the second degree after DNA results from Glora Dean Clay's body were returned as a match to Arnold.

According to the criminal complaint, on March 19, 1993, Clay's partially frozen body was found lying on some railroad tracks near 4056 Washington Ave. N. The autopsy revealed that Clay had been strangled after being both physically and sexually assaulted.

At the time, biological samples were taken from Clay's body for potential DNA testing at a later date. Those samples were submitted to the Minnesota BCA in 2009 and were returned this year.

Homicide cold case investigators used evidence from underneath Clay's fingernails to provide the DNA match.

Arnold is currently in custody at the Hennepin County Adult Detention Facility. His bail has been set at $750,000.


04-28-2010, 05:19 PM
A 19-year-old Daytona Beach man, whose DNA tied him to the 2007 rape of a woman who is deaf and mute, was sentenced today to 14 1/2 years in prison after pleading no contest to a charge of sexual battery with a firearm.

Byron Bernard Powers was just 16 when he raped the woman, according to court files.

The victim was walking in front of a vacant house in the 900 block of Lewis Street in Daytona Beach on July 1, 2007, when she was confronted by Powers, who convinced to walk behind the house, police said. When she resisted his attempts to have sex, he chocked her and then pulled out a handgun and pointed it at her head, they said.

The woman was raped in the back seat of a stolen car, but managed to push Powers away and flee when he put the gun on the front seat, police said. She ran and hid in a shed on the property of a YMCA facility on Derbyshire Road, but he found her, pulled her out of the shed and again pointed the gun at her head, police said.

She ran toward a man who was dumping trash in a nearby dumpster and Powers did not follow her, police said.

According to a police report, the woman picked Powers out of a photo lineup almost two years after the assault and DNA then linked him to the crime. http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/crime/os-volusia-sexual-battery-plea-20100428,0,3677051.story

Negritude confirmation:
POWERS,BYRON BERNARD B M 09/27/90 726202 BRANCH JAIL http://www.volusia.org/corrections/jail/CUSTODY.TXT

05-02-2010, 03:02 PM

A Missouri prison inmate already serving time for another sexual assault has been charged with the 1993 rape of a Kansas City teenager.

The new charges were filed recently in Jackson County against Rickey E. Ferdinand, an inmate at the Jefferson City Correctional Center, after an investigation by the Kansas City Police Departmentís sex crimes cold-case unit.

Ferdinand, 40, is charged with forcible rape and first-degree sexual assault in connection with the March 18, 1993, assault.

According to the allegations, Ferdinand was armed with a handgun when he woke a 15-year-old girl in a house in the 3300 block of Tracy Avenue.

The victim later identified Ferdinand from a photographic lineup. When questioned by police, he denied knowing the victim or having sex with her, court records say.

He subsequently was arrested for another sexual assault and has been incarcerated since 1994 on a Jackson County conviction for attempted forcible sodomy, according to the Missouri Department of Corrections.

Last year, DNA testing of evidence from the 1993 assault was matched to a sample from Ferdinand, according to the allegations.

Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2010/04/30/1915332/man-accused-in-1993-rape.html#ixzz0moPXiouM

05-04-2010, 08:32 PM

SAN DIEGO: Man who raped jogger gets 24-year sentence



A man who raped a woman jogger in broad daylight on a popular Balboa Park bridle trail was sentenced today to 24 years in state prison and ordered to register as a sex offender for life.

Jason Eric Huggins, 29, pleaded guilty March 2 to forcible rape and assault with force likely to cause great bodily injury, and three counts of assault with intent to commit forcible sex crimes.

Judge David Danielsen sentenced the defendant to the maximum term under the plea agreement.

"It's hard for me to talk about this," the tearful victim said, telling the judge the attack "has had a huge impact" on her emotionally and professionally.

"I hope that he gets the maximum sentence because I think that's what he deserves," she said.

Defense attorney Mary Knockeart, arguing for a lesser sentence, told the judge that Huggins had a relatively insignificant prior record and was genuinely remorseful and ashamed about his actions.

Knockeart said Huggins apologized to the victim as he was running away.

"It's inexplicable," she said, suggesting PCP drug use may have had something to do with her client's actions on May 22, 2008.

The defense attorney said the random attack and sexual assault took place over the course of a few seconds and was not a particularly well thought-out crime in a very public place.

"He himself didn't know exactly what it was he was trying to accomplish," Knockeart told the judge.

But Deputy District Attorney Elizabeth McClutchey said the brazen attack was "despicable" and "horrific" because it happened about 4 p.m. in a place the victim felt safe.

"He selected her as a target," the prosecutor said.

According to one witness, Huggins looked like he was "hunting" just before the attack, the prosecutor said.

Another park worker witnessed the victim emerging from the crime scene with her clothes disheveled and said he had never seen anything like it in 10 years, McClutchey said.

The prosecutor said Huggins followed the victim, knocked her down and choked her, cutting off her air supply.

Huggins became frustrated with the victim's attempt to fight him off, moved her to a different area and sexually assaulted her in a violent way, the prosecutor said.

"His goals were clear," McClutchey said. "His conduct was horrific."

A year after the attack, Huggins struck a bouncer at a strip club with a beer bottle and was arrested. Authorities used DNA taken from Huggins and matched it to DNA taken from the victim in the Balboa Park attack, McClutchey said.

Danielsen said the attack showed planning and predatory behavior and did extraordinary emotional damage to the victim.

The victim was assaulted in an otherwise calm, pleasant urban oasis and was tuned out to noises around her because of her music headphones, the judge said.

05-08-2010, 07:45 PM

ANDERSON, S.C. -- Police arrested a man on Thursday in connection with the stabbing death of an Anderson woman that happened 13 years ago.

Beverly Reed was found stabbed to death at her Cathcart Street home on May 30, 1997.

Police said that the years that followed Reed's death offered no new information or leads. They said that recently a confidential source came forward and offered new information that prompted the arrest of 39-year-old Timothy Cunningham.

Cunningham was charged with murder and possession of a knife during the commission of a violent crime.http://www.foxcarolina.com/news/23475208/detail.html

05-13-2010, 08:47 PM

DNA has linked a Moreno Valley man to the 2006 kidnapping and rape of a teen walking home from school in San Bernardino County, authorities said.

Sanamu Dione Williams, 37, was booked into jail Thursday on 10 felony counts of rape and one count of kidnapping. He had been serving a four-year state prison term for a Riverside County conviction of burglary and possessing stolen property.

Upon his DNA being entered into a state database, San Bernardino County sheriff's detectives were told that it matched samples they had submitted in the Feb. 7, 2006, rape of a 17-year-old girl near Highland.

"What's huge is the fact that when people are arrested and convicted, these samples are entered," said sheriff's Lt. Rick Ells, a commander at the Highland station. "There really hadn't been a lot of leads to that point."

The victim was walking from an after-school program at an undisclosed location when a man drove up. Outside a hamburger stand at Base Line and Sterling Avenue, the man pulled a gun and ordered her into his car.

He then drove the girl to a location in San Bernardino and repeatedly raped her, detectives said. Authorities were first notified when the girl ran to a nearby gas station and told employees she had been kidnapped and sexually assaulted.

She was treated that night at Redlands Community Hospital, where physical evidence was taken. But working with little more than a vehicle description, detectives were unable to identify a suspect.

After the March DNA hit, the victim was re-contacted. Last week, prosecutors filed 11 charges against Williams in San Bernardino County Superior Court.

He is being held in lieu of $ 1 million bail. Detectives now believe that the suspect may be responsible for similar attacks, and are asking for the public's help.

Aside from his past Riverside County convictions of grand theft in 1999, and burglary and possession of stolen property in 2007, Williams had also once been arrested on suspicion of rape, officials said. Charges in that case were never filed.

"He was due to be released soon, so we believe this saves additional victims," Ells said.

Accused rapist of teen set to be extradited to county (http://www.sbsun.com/crime/ci_15081815)

05-21-2010, 07:46 AM
Arrest made in gruesome killing
Reported by: Associated Press
Last Update: 5/20 10:03 am

Jean Wood (PBSO)

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- An arrest has been made in the 2006 murder of a Lauderhill man who was shot and set on fire in a West Palm Beach alley.

Jail records show 32-year-old Jean Wood was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail Wednesday morning. He's charged with armed robbery with a firearm, third-degree felony murder with a firearm and second-degree murder. He's expected to have a bond hearing Thursday. He was transferred from another correctional facility where he has been since May 2009 on several charges.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement confirmed Wood was charged in the death as part of a joint investigation, but authorities haven't said how Wood became a suspect.

The body of 26-year-old Gregory Beasley was found behind a home. "Bad luck" was spray-painted in Spanish on a fence above the remains.


05-29-2010, 08:46 PM
1996 murder has suspook


NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WAVY) - The unsolved murder of a 46-year-old woman in 1996 has a suspect.

Erick Rodgers, now 39, and currently serving a 26-year sentence for a drug conspiracy, has been charged for the murder of Betty Mae Boyd, who was shot and killed on 27th Street in Newport News.

Rodgers was a suspect in the case by June of 1996, but was nolle prossed in 1997 due to uncooperative witnesses, police said.

"Him becoming a suspect never changed," said Detective J. Rock. "It just become a problem in court. [The commonwealth's attorney] were not able to go forward with the case itself."

The case became a cold case.

"The case actually came back up when I was looking into a drug organization and realized this case was tied to one of the targets within the drug enterprise," Rock said.

Detectives have now developed new witnesses and have charged Rodgers with murder, use of a firearm, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

"I looked at it from the victim's point of view," Rock said. "It doesn't matter what life style you live, both the victim and the family still need closure, they still need that resolution and the suspect needs to face what he has done."

Rodgers is currently serving his time in North Carolina, but will be back in Newport News to face his new charges in early July.http://www.wavy.com/dpp/news/local_news/1996-murder-has-suspect

06-02-2010, 07:13 PM

Prostitute survives attack, tips police to suspect in 3 slayings


A prostitute who was choked and left for dead by a john on Chicago's Far South Side survived the attack and later pointed police to a man now linked to three slayings in the Roseland and West Pullman neighborhoods, police and prosecutors said Sunday.

Michael A. Johnson Jr., 24, was ordered held without bail at a hearing Sunday, charged with three counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted murder and one count of aggravated criminal sexual assault.

Johnson showed little emotion as he stood for nine minutes in a sweat shirt and jeans before Cook County Judge Maria Kuriakos Ciesil. Assistant State's Attorney Cathy Hufford detailed how, beginning in November 2008, Johnson allegedly strangled three South Side women in abandoned buildings. He left behind DNA that police said links him to the crimes, Hufford said.

Investigators said they are awaiting the results of DNA tests from the slaying of a fourth woman who was found this month in a vacant building in West Pullman.

The case broke when a tipster, who wasn't named, pointed police to Johnson. The woman told police she had agreed to have sex with Johnson for $20 about a month ago.

But he forced himself on her in the gangway of an abandoned building in the 11900 block of South Stewart Avenue, choking her, jumping on her back and leaving her for dead, the tipster told police.

"That was a great break for us -- I mean, the fact that she survived the attack," Chicago police Superintendent Jody Weis said at a news conference Sunday.

On May 22, the woman was walking with her brother when she saw Johnson, who stands 6 feet 3 inches and weighs 220 pounds, on the street and recognized him, detectives said. Her brother and another man scuffled with Johnson, and when police came, they took him into custody and took a DNA swab.

"We started putting things together when he was taken into custody," Detective Regina Hightower said at the news conference.

Although police suspected that Johnson may have been involved in the other slayings, he was released May 23 after a DNA sample was taken, detectives said.

"We have to maintain the integrity of the investigation. We have to maintain people's rights," Lt. Anthony Carothers said of the decision to release Johnson. "We have to hope for the best, pray a lot."

Police rearrested Johnson late Thursday at the home he shares with his mother, three sisters and other relatives after his DNA test linked him to the three slayings, detectives said.

Court-appointed defense lawyer James Jacobs asked for leniency at Sunday's hearing, saying Johnson surrendered willingly to police and has no serious criminal history.

The lawyer said Johnson told him he works as a canvasser for organizations including Save the Children and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and was enrolled to start classes this fall at Westwood College. :barf2:

For about the past month, Johnson had worked as a canvasser for Grassroots Campaigns, a company that does canvassing work in Chicago for ASPCA and Save the Children, said Wes Jones, the national canvass director for Grassroots Campaigns. Jones said Johnson would have been primarily stationed in public areas with pedestrian traffic, like downtown Chicago sidewalks.

"For about four or five hours a day he would talk to people about the ASPCA campaign and sign up members," said Jones, who declined to give further details about Johnson's job performance. Johnson did not canvass for Save the Children, Jones said.

At the hearing, Hufford pointed to DNA evidence connecting Johnson to the killings of Eureka Jackson, Leslie Brown and Siobhan Hampton.

In the first slaying, which occurred in November 2008, Jackson's naked body was found hanging by her shirt from a closet doorknob in a bedroom of an abandoned house in the 0-100 block of East 120th Street, Hufford said.

Brown was found wearing only socks on Jan. 11 after a trail of her clothing led up the stairway to the floor of a room in a building in the 200 block of West 119th Street, Hufford said. She had cuts and bruises to her head and a broken bone in her neck.

Hampton's body was found on March 30 behind the counter in an abandoned restaurant in the 11300 block of South Michigan Avenue, Hufford said. Hampton had bruises to her neck and face. Surveillance video from a nearby store showed her and a man believed to be Johnson together at the location, prosecutors said.

Each of the victims had criminal histories that included prostitution arrests, according to police and court records. It's not clear if they engaged in paid sex with Johnson, but the DNA left behind provided clear evidence linking Johnson to the women, prosecutors said.

"The key common denominator among the three murder victims was Johnson's DNA," Weis said. He also praised his officers for the speed with which they were able to act on the information.

Police said they are reviewing other unsolved homicide cases, including Lutelda Michelle Hudson, 29, who was found dead this month in a vacant building in the 11900 block of South Harvard Avenue.

Her death fits the pattern of the previous four attacks because the other victims were 28 to 30 years old and lived within about a mile radius of each other. They all were found in abandoned buildings. But forensic testing has not been completed.

"We're working backward, now that we have his DNA," Weis said.

Weis added that police are now working with the city to address issues with abandoned buildings, which he characterized as a significant safety problem. "Unchecked and unoccupied buildings provide a safe haven for the criminals to commit their heinous acts," he said.

Hightower said she believes Johnson also had intended the kill the woman who eventually identified him.

When asked if she thought Johnson would have killed again if he hadn't been apprehended, Hightower answered without hesitation.

"There's no doubt in my mind," she said.

06-12-2010, 07:30 AM
Oregon inmate gets 20 years for 1987 murder

http://media.kval.com/images/100611owens405.jpg (http://www.kval.com/news/local/96181409.html)

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) ó A man imprisoned for rape since 1989 was sentenced Friday to another 20 years in prison for the murder of a Portland woman in 1987.

The killing of Nancy Converse remained unsolved until cold case detectives reopened the case in 2006. They linked 67-year-old James Owens to the victim through DNA evidence.

Original article (http://www.kval.com/news/local/96181409.html)

06-13-2010, 09:46 AM
Televitz is very, very careful about only showing the occasional nigger locked up mistakenly.

06-14-2010, 01:48 PM
Police: Iowa City Man Arrested Six Years After Robbery
By Katie Stinson
By Becky Ogann
Story Created: Jun 14, 2010 at 12:19 PM CDT
Story Updated: Jun 14, 2010 at 2:27 PM CDT


IOWA CITY - Police arrested an Iowa City man on Thursday June 10 for a robbery that occurred almost six years ago.

Richard Lee Scott, 31, of Iowa City was arrested for a robbery that occurred at El Paso Store on 609 Hollywood Blvd., Iowa City in October of 2004.

Police said Scott entered the store with the intention to buy beer with an accomplice identified as Destry Hughes. When Scott approached the clerk to pay for the alcohol and the cash-drawer opened Scott allegedly pulled out a silver handgun and pointed it at the clerk demanding all the money in the drawer.

According to officers, Hughes then reached over and stole the contents of the the register while Scott grabbed one of the beer bottles he was ďpurchasingĒĚĚ and smashed it over the clerkís head.

Officers said they were able to locate a fingerprint on the neck of the bottle that police later identified as Scottís.

Police said Hughes also confirmed Scottís actions during the October robbery.

Scott is currently being held in the Johnson County Jail on a $50,000 cash-only bond for a first-degree robbery charge.

Hughes was charged with first-degree robbery in the case in 2004. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced in September 2005 to 10 years in prison.


06-15-2010, 05:56 AM
http://media.cleveland.com/metro/photo/trevor-bolton---mug-shotjpg-49d55d0a63cda44b_small.jpg (http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2010/06/cold_rape_case_solved_with_dna.html)
Trevor Bolton

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Prosecutors say they've solved another cold rape case with a DNA match to a felon forced to give a genetic sample.

When Trevor Bolton was sent to prison in 2004 for drug trafficking, his DNA was entered into the FBI's database.

It was then matched to evidence in the rape of a 22-year-old woman May 7, 2003, prosecutor's spokesman Ryan Miday said.

Original article (http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2010/06/cold_rape_case_solved_with_dna.html)

Chicago Hope
06-16-2010, 05:32 PM
Rochester cold case from 1972 solved using DNA
Posted at: 06/16/2010 4:16 PM | Updated at: 06/16/2010 4:58 PM


Tommie Cray says his mother had the biggest heart in the whole world. In 1972, Annie Mae Cray was a 52-year-old woman who was legally blind. She and her husband lived in a home on Henry Street, off Upper Falls Boulevard.

On the night of October 29, 1972 a knock on the door roused Annie Mae Cray and her husband, Ezra, out of bed.

"She would only open the door for voices that she knew," explained Tommie Cray. "And for something like this to happen...it's unbelievable. It's unforgivable."

Annie Mae Cray was attacked and bludgeoned to death by the visitor on that night in 1972. Her husband, Ezra, was badly beaten but survived. Ezra Cray has since passed away.

The murder of Annie Mae Cray went unsolved until Rochester Police Investigators were able to make a DNA link with James Kimble. Now 77-years-old, Kimble has been in and out of prison over the years and recently had to submit a DNA sample in Florida.

RPD Investigator C.J. Dominic made the DNA link that forced Kimble's extradition from Florida. Incredibly, Dominic's father and uncle were the original investigating officers back in 1972.

Today, Kimble was arraigned on second degree murder charges at the Hall of Justice in Rochester.

"He's got to answer to a higher judge once he leaves this world," said Tommie Cray. "And I'm so glad that he was finally caught and brought to justice."

Tommie Cray says Kimble was well known to the Cray family back in the 1970's and believes that may be why his mother opened the door on that night. He says he grieves his mother every day, but feels some sense of relief with this break in the case.

"So happy, very happy," Cray said.

James Kimble will be back in court for a preliminary hearing on August 16.

For more Rochester, N.Y. news go to our website www.whec.com.


06-23-2010, 12:52 PM
Man Charged In '09 Burned Car Slaying

21-Year-Old Palm Bay Man Charged With Murder
POSTED: Wednesday, June 23, 2010
UPDATED: 1:20 pm EDT June 23, 2010

Keith Batchelor.

PALM BAY, Fla. -- A 21-year-old Palm Bay man was arrested Tuesday night after a grand jury determined there is enough evidence for a murder charge in a vehicle fire that killed an 18-year-old early last year.

Keith Batchelor was charged with murder in the Jan. 8, 2009, death of Isaiah Omar Marks, who was found inside his burning car behind an abandoned home on Santo Domingo Avenue. Investigators had determined last year that the fire was intentionally set.

Batchelor became a suspect after witnesses said he greatly disliked the victim, who was living with Batchelor's former girlfriend and caring for his newborn girl.

Yvonne Martinez, spokeswoman for the Palm Bay Police Department, told Local 6 News partner Florida Today that evidence placed Batchelor at the scene of the fire and indicated that he was one of the last people to see Marks alive.

During the investigation over the past year and a half, Palm Bay detectives questioned "multiple witnesses, in some cases several times," a police statement said.

Police said Batchelor was the victim of a shooting May 14 near the Outback Steakhouse restaurant on Babcock Street. The shooting is unrelated to the slaying case, and an arrest has been made, Martinez said.

The police plan to announce further information about the case during a news conference on Wednesday.

Anyone with information about the case is urged to call Crimeline at 800-423-TIPS.


06-26-2010, 06:36 PM
SPD solves cold rape case from 1994
Posted: Jun 26, 2010 5:25 AM
Updated: Jun 26, 2010 8:25 PM


Shreveport, LA (KSLA) Ė A fifteen-year-old cold rape case has finally been solved and the person responsible has been sentenced to life in prison at the Caddo Court on Friday.

Back in 1994, this rape case seemed impossible to solve, but thanks to a Cold Case Grant that the Shreveport Police Department received in 2007, and the advanced DNA testing, the criminal was linked and tried for the horrific crime he committed more than a decade ago.

Harry Richardson, 36, who was already in prison serving an 18-year-sentence for another crime he committed, raped an 83 year-old woman who was also later robbed by two other men. She ran outside of her home in the 200 block of West 69th Street and got a neighbor's help. A rape kit was performed and evidence was preserved until the DNA breakthrough came into play and police were able to open another case that linked the criminal's DNA to his victim's home in the Cedar Grove neighborhood. No suspects were arrested at that time and the victim has since died.

On Friday, the victim's family saw the attacker face justice, and now Richardson faces life in prison for a crime that almost went unsolved.

The Cold Case Grant helped to crack this case. More than a 250-thousand dollar grant was given to the City of Shreveport in 2005 which helps pay for cold case investigations that includes DNA testing through the Louisiana Crime Lab and overtime hours for investigators.


07-21-2010, 04:23 PM

GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Deputies arrested two men in connection with a homicide that happened nearly six years ago.

Investigators said that on Aug. 29, 2004, Curtis Harmon was found shot to death inside his car after it crashed on Thrift Street near Cherrydale.

Deputies said that the department's Cold Case Unit began looking into the case last year and was able to investigate new leads. They said those leads prompted the arrest of 32-year-old Garcia Wilson and 33-year-old Michael Hockaday.

Both Wilson and Hockaday were charged with murder. Both men were being held at the Greenville County Detention Center. http://www.foxcarolina.com/news/24342330/detail.html

07-21-2010, 07:01 PM
Police say 21-year-old jig tied to two rapes through DNA (http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2010/07/portland_police_say_21-year-ol.html)


A 21-year-old junglebunny has been tied to two rapes in Portland more than a year apart and now faces multiple rape and kidnapping charges, according to police and court records.

The state crime lab reported to Portland police on July 8 a DNA match between the profile of Karon Roy Jones, of Southeast Portland, and the DNA found on swabs that had been taken from a woman sexually assaulted in 2007 and another woman who was raped in 2009. Both attacks occurred in outer Southeast Portland.

Jones pleaded not guilty Tuesday morning to an indictment charging him with two counts of first-degree rape, two counts of second-degree kidnapping, first-degree sodomy, two counts of fourth-degree assault and third-degree theft.

Jones appeared via video for his arraignment in Multnomah County Circuit Court.

On Nov. 18, 2007, a 26-year-old woman drove home from work and about 11:30 p.m. pulled into the parking lot of her apartment complex in the 13200 block of Southeast Powell Boulevard.

Once she turned her car off, an unknown nigger entered the passenger side and held a screwdriver to her neck. He threatened to kill her if she didn't perform oral sex on him. The stranger then forced the woman into the back seat of the car and raped her, according to a probable cause affidavit filed in court.

The simian fled and the woman called police.

On Feb. 13, 2009, a nigger walked up to a 54-year-old woman and grabbed her by the head, forcing her behind bushes near an apartment complex in the 300 block of Southeast 81st Avenue. The jigaboo punched the woman several times in the face and head and forced her to perform oral sex and then raped her.

It wasn't until Jones was convicted in Marion County Circuit Court on Aug. 27, 2009 of delivery of marijuana for consideration, a felony, and ordered to provide a DNA blood draw that his DNA profile was entered into a state database.

Offenders convicted of a felony, by state law, must submit DNA to the state.

Jones has two other convictions in Oregon.

A month before the November 2007 sexual assault he's now accused of, Jones pleaded guilty in October 2007 to possession of a controlled substance in Multnomah County Circuit Court.

He was then sentenced on the charge in December 2007. Jones was later convicted on Feb. 10 of this year of first-degree theft, also a felony, in Clackamas County.

07-21-2010, 07:05 PM
One can only wonder at the massive number of crimes that could solved if EVERY nigger buck was forced to give it's primate DNA for the FBI database. Countless thousands of unsolved crimes would be solved!! Do it!!! Niggers are not human so who cares if they howl like howler monkeys?? DO IT!!!!!!!!!!!!

07-22-2010, 05:56 PM
One can only wonder at the massive number of crimes that could solved if EVERY nigger buck was forced to give it's primate DNA for the FBI database. Countless thousands of unsolved crimes would be solved!! Do it!!! Niggers are not human so who cares if they howl like howler monkeys?? DO IT!!!!!!!!!!!!

Offenders convicted of a felony, by state law, must submit DNA to the state.

This is a damn good law since most black criminals are CAREER criminals. It's one way to combat their TNB. The thing I fear however is that this will not deter these criminals since crime is the only thing they know; instead, they will start perpetrating some horrendous, inhuman tortures upon their victims in stupid, primitive attempts to defeat technology. We have already seen the following:

1. burning the bodies of their victims
2. making their victims drink bleach in order to destroy evidence of sodomy
3. pouring acid on the genitalia of their female victims in order to destroy evidence of rape

They have done some of these inhuman acts while the victims were alive. This is why I keep harping on the fact that in order to defeat TNB, we need not only the latest technology but people arming themselves and then being ready, willing and able to defend themselves in order to avoid becoming victims.

"Truth is NOT racism"-Glenn Beck

07-24-2010, 03:50 PM

Friday, July 23, 2010 at 6:45 p.m.

SAN DIEGO — A man already serving a life sentence in Mississippi for murder has been charged in connection with a San Diego slaying that occurred nearly 35 years ago.

Leon Johnson, 57, was booked into county jail late Thursday on suspicion of murder, according to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. He is accused in the November 1975 death of Luz Borrayo, who worked at a downtown massage parlor.

Johnson, a former Camp Pendleton Marine, is expected to be arraigned in San Diego Superior Court Monday afternoon.

According to court documents, San Diego police were called to the Twilight Massage Parlor on Fifth Avenue the afternoon of Nov. 22, 1975, after a dispatcher was told that Borrayo, a masseuse, had been beaten and knocked out by a patron. An officer entered the business and determined that Borrayo was dead.

Another woman who worked there told police that two black male patrons came into the massage parlor that evening.

The woman said she helped one of the men and Borrayo helped the other, who gave the name “Leon,” according to supporting documents for Johnson’s arrest warrant.

The woman said the patron she was helping told her he was from Ohio and in the Marine Corps.

He said he wanted a free massage “with all of the extras,” then grabbed her, pushed her against a wall and pulled her onto a couch in the lobby.

She got away and sat in a chair where the man could not reach her.

Meanwhile, Borrayo was in a massage room with the man known as Leon for 45 to 50 minutes, the woman said. In that time, she heard a couple of thumps on the wall.

Eventually, the two men left. The woman entered the massage room and saw Borrayo lying on the floor. She looked closer and thought Borrayo had been knocked out.

A detective reported that Borrayo’s partially clothed body was found lying face up on the floor between the massage table and a wall. A piece of material had been knotted and drawn tight around her neck.

The doctor who performed the autopsy said Borrayo died from asphyxiation due to strangulation.

Evidence was taken from the body and investigators reviewed the names of servicemen throughout the San Diego area, but no suspects were identified.

In 2002, a detective from the San Diego Police Department’s cold-case team submitted evidence from the case to a lab for testing. Using advances in forensics, authorities obtained a DNA profile of Borrayo’s unknown attacker and entered it into a nationwide database.

They eventually got a hit on Johnson’s :D profile.

Johnson was serving a life prison term in Mississippi for the 1982 murder of a convenience store clerk in Meridian, a city of about 38,000 people 90 miles from Jackson.

Capt. James Sharpe, in charge of investigations for the Meridian Police Department, said Friday that on Dec. 4, 1982, Johnson sexually assaulted and robbed Eileen Grogan, 55, while she was working at the store.

Johnson hit Grogan on the side of her head and strangled her.

During the crime, police arrived at the store and Johnson shot an officer before escaping. He was arrested a few days later. The officer survived.

“The case was a big deal around here,” Sharpe said.

According to court documents, San Diego investigators interviewed Johnson in prison in May 2009.

He said he could not remember having been in San Diego but thought he might have passed through on the way to Los Angeles from Camp Pendleton.

He said he had never been to a massage parlor in San Diego.

Johnson joined the Marine Corps in 1973 and was declared a deserter in May 1975 after being absent without leave for 30 days.

He was apprehended in Alabama in August of that year and was eventually returned to Camp Pendleton to be processed for discharge.

Five days after Borrayo’s death, he went AWOL again. In December 1975, he was discharged “under conditions other than honorable,” according to the arrest warrant declaration

07-27-2010, 04:04 PM
Convicted Rapist's DNA Sample Solves 2 Cold Cases
Jul 26, 2010 4:58 pm US/Central

In July 2010 samples taken from the earlier crimes were matched to one taken from Spann as a result of his 2005 conviction.

ST. PAUL (WCCO) ― A man already in prison for a rape conviction has been sentenced for two more, according to the Ramsey County Attorney's Office.

The office said 41-year-old Lavern Robert Spann was convicted of rape in 2005 and is serving a 12-year sentence. The charges say DNA evidence linked him to a rape in 1993 and another in 1995, both in St. Paul.

"These cases are excellent examples of how DNA testing can help solve serious crimes even years after they occur," said Ramsey County Attorney Susan Gaertner. "The cases also show the importance of carefully collecting and preserving evidence."

Court records show Spann pleaded guilty to first degree criminal sexual conduct in both the 1993 and 1995 cases and was sentenced to more than seven years for each.

In the 1993 case, Spann went into a woman's home as she slept. When she woke up to a noise, he choked her and demanded cash. She gave him $40, but he said it wasn't enough and raped her.

In 1995 Spann choked another woman as she left her apartment to go to work early one morning. She fought him and screamed for help, but he beat her, dragged her to her bedroom and pushed a pillow on her face as he raped her.

In both cases, investigators collected DNA evidence. In July 2010 those samples were matched to one taken from Spann as a result of his 2005 conviction. However, samples taken upon entrance to prison are only usable to establish probable cause, not as evidence in court. Another sample was to be taken to confirm the match.


07-31-2010, 09:30 AM
After 26 years, an arraignment brings Portland cold case homicide to court (http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2010/07/after_26_years_an_arraignment.html)


"Oook, oook, oook"

A 56-year-old man linked by DNA to a fatal stabbing 26 years ago was denied bail Friday at his first appearance in Multnomah County Circuit Court.

Frederick Alvin Richey was charged with aggravated murder in the killing of Frances Marie Waites, 28.

Richey, through his attorney, Ernest Warren, did not enter a plea. His next hearing was scheduled for Aug. 9.

Waites was found lying facedown in a pool of blood in a back room of her rented home in the 5200 block of Northeast 24th Avenue, her pink nightgown pulled up over her back.

A friend and co-worker, Granville Jenkins, found her body when he went to the house about 9 a.m. March 23, 1984, to pick Waites up for work. Both were auto mechanics.

Detective Dennis Frome, now retired, led the Portland Police Bureau investigation into Waites' death.

In a 1984 report, Frome wrote that blood trails indicated that Waites was stabbed in her bedroom, then ran through the kitchen and locked herself in a back room. Paneling around the back room's door was splintered, suggesting the attacker broke it down.

An autopsy found that Waites was stabbed twice: in the side and then the heart. Her throat was cut, possibly after her death, and she suffered defensive wounds on her hands and arms.

Richey was an early focus of the investigation. Jenkins had reported seeing a man he didn't recognize near the house that morning. Jenkins identified the man as Richey from police mug shots.

Frome and another detective interviewed Richey several times, but he denied knowing Waites.

In November 1984, Richey was convicted of manslaughter in the death of Jessie M. Williams, 31, who had been strangled at her Northeast Portland home two months before.

In December of that year, a man who claimed to have met Richey in jail told investigators that Richey had confessed to killing Waites in a rage after allegedly giving her $200 for cocaine, which she failed to produce.

Richey told the court a similar story of anger over a failed drug deal during his manslaughter trial, according to a report in The Oregonian from November 1984.

Detectives from the Cold Case Unit began reviewing Waites' case in 2008.

In September 2009, the Oregon State Police crime lab found semen and sperm on swabs taken from Waites in 1984. They ran DNA from the swabs through their database, and Richey came back as a match.

Detectives began to build a case around the forensic evidence. Last April, they re-interviewed Richey, who again denied seeing or knowing Waites.

Richey was arrested Thursday and booked into the Multnomah County Jail. If convicted, he could face the death penalty.

08-09-2010, 04:38 PM

The Quest To Use DNA Tool To Hunt East Coast Rapist

In his first known attack, he rode a bike and wore a ski mask when he attacked a 25-year-old woman at gunpoint in Forestville, Md., on Feb. 19, 1997.

The same man's DNA tied him to the knifepoint attack on a mother of four in woods near a bus stop in Fairfax, Va., a few days after Christmas 2001. The rampage moved up to New England, where a 27-year-old woman awoke Jan. 10, 2007 to find a man in the bedroom in her New Haven, Conn., home and was then assaulted.

In his most recent attack on the three trick-or-treaters in a wooded ravine in northern Virginia, he raped one and was moving on to the next when the third teen dimmed the light on her cell phone and blindly texted seven people, including her mother, typing: "911 cvs pls noww man with gun." Before he could get to his third victim, police sirens scared off the rapist.

The rapist wielded a handgun or a knife in several attacks, a screwdriver and broken bottle in others.and after some assaults, he left feces near the crime scene. He is described as 6-foot tall trim black man in his 30s who smokes, has a smooth voice, often wears black hats and camouflage clothing and once had a chipped tooth.

One thing all sides agree on is that familial DNA is a effective tool for catching criminals

So why isn't it being put to work in more states?

"Ignorance, apathy," said Rock Harmon, the former prosecutor whose cases included the O.J. Simpson murder trial and who was instrumental in getting California forensics experts to employ familial searches. "You have something that could be so good. But it's pretty esoteric. You have to understand it to move it forward and not too many prosecutors do."

Critics say the push to use familial DNA is the first step down a slippery slope of eroding privacy and civil rights.

"These really, really gruesome cases make the most powerful case for using the method but that doesn't mean it's fair and equitable," said Erin Murphy, a leading DNA legal expert and professor at New York University's School of Law.

It would be fair only if every American submitted a sample to a DNA database, she said. That way the familial scans would not just include blood relatives of people who had been arrested or convicted, a group that primarily includes black and Hispanics. :D But there is a good reason why there is no movement toward an all encompassing DNA database for every U.S. citizen.

"People don't want the government to have the key to their genetic existence. That shows how important privacy is to people," Murphy said. "Right now, as a society, we decided that people who are law abiding don't need to submit DNA to a database. [Familial DNA searches are] a back door to subvert that. It's now true only if you're not related to someone who forfeited their DNA. It's guilt by association."

Both sides have strong arguments, said David Lazer, a political science professor at Northeastern University and editor of the book "DNA and the Criminal Justice System." On one hand it is a effective tool that could stop a violent serial criminal from striking again, he said. On the other, it risks "incorporating millions of people into the database who would otherwise not be in the database," just because a blood relative has run afoul of the criminal justice system, he added.

"Sometimes you can be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Maybe you left a cigarette butt at a place that turned out to be a crime scene. The police might think that butt was left by the perpetrator," said Lazer. DNA gathered from the cigarette could be run in a familial search and, if it matched DNA of a blood relative in the system after arrest or conviction in another incident, "you would be pulled in as a suspect." (BUT IMMEDIATELY EXONERATED, BECAUSE THE DNA WOULD NOT BE A COMPLETE MATCH. AT BEST, THIS IS A HIGHLY UNLIKELY SCENARIO)

Harmon says the anonymous nature of the computer search is enough to make familial DNA tracking fair and to maintain privacy. "All these samples are anonymously coded, no one knows who it is, whether the person is alive or dead. The real message is that when the true relative is not in there, it's not going to falsely target anyone. When he is in there, there is a strong chance he'll be identified."

While acknowledging efforts in Virginia and in Congress toward broader use of familial DNA, he said adoption of the crime-fighting tool has moved at a glacial pace in the U.S.

"I won't even call it on the back burner. This has stayed in the freezer," said Harmon.

In Virginia, prosecutor Ebert hopes a familial DNA search will be the key to unlock the mysterious identity of the East Coast Rapist so he can be arrested before he strikes again.

"It's sort of a new procedure and my way of thinking is that there is no reason why everyone shouldn't use it," said Ebert, who acknowledges privacy concerns. "When you know the same guy is committing these crimes but you don't know who it is, this is a tool that needs to be used."

The director of the forensic science department, Peter Marone, said he was reluctant to use existing software offered by Colorado and wants to investigate other options, raising questions about how quickly Virginia will be able to act. While legislative action is not required for the department to adopt the procedure, he would prefer to move forward after a vote by the Virginia General Assembly due to privacy concerns.

"Personally, I would like a little bit of coverage from the government here. This is a sticky issue. I want to make sure it doesn't blow up on us," said Marone. He said his department will comply with the resolution, but cautiously. "Whether we can do it in some months or whether it will take a year, I'm not sure."

With the East Coast Rapist on the loose, time is of the essence, Ebert said. "The attorneys are going to do everything to push this along. It looks like the governor's office may have to get involved."

08-31-2010, 05:05 PM
DNA links ape to rapes in 2002 (http://www.ajc.com/news/dekalb/dna-links-man-to-601373.html)


A groid linked by DNA to several rapes eight years ago has been indicted by a DeKalb County grand jury.

Sylvester Antonio Ray, 39, faces four rape charges among the 16-count indictment. He also faces aggravated assault, kidnapping and robbery charges.

Ray is in the DeKalb County jail, where he is being held without bond.

A DNA database linked Ray to various crimes that took place from July 2002 through April 2003, according to the indictment. He was arrested in May, according to book-in records.

In July 2002, Ray is accused of raping a female, stealing her purse and holding her captive against her will, the indictment states. In November of that year, Ray allegedly placed a handgun at a woman's head and ordered her to remove her clothes before he raped her, according to the indictment.

In April 2003, Ray is the suspect in two rape incidents that also involved aggravated assault, sodomy and kidnapping, according to the indictment.

09-11-2010, 04:00 PM
Charges filed in 2003 attack that seriously injured woman in KC (http://www.kansascity.com/2010/09/09/2210514/charges-filed-in-2003-attack-that.html)


Kansas City police used DNA to link a groid to a violent, unsolved sexual assault from 2003 that left the victim with long-term injuries.

Jackson County prosecutors today charged Eric L. Miles, 33, of Kansas City, with forcible sodomy and forcible sodomy-serious physical injury. DNA from Miles matched evidence from the attack on U.S. 71 at 60th Street, according to court records. Police arrested Miles on Wednesday.

Court records said the 28-year-old victim was walking on 59th Street toward U.S. 71 about 2 a.m. on Sept. 7, 2003, when she noticed a groid following her. She picked up a bottle from the ground and broke it, retaining the broken bottle neck to use as a weapon. The groid continued to follow her and eventually grabbed her, inserting his fingers into her vagina and anus, tearing the anus. He forced her into the median on U.S. 71.

The woman fought back; the groid hit her. When she cut the attacker’s neck and face with the bottleneck, he fled.

The suspect bled on the woman’s shirt. Kansas City Crime lab workers developed a DNA profile from the blood, which was compared in July to Miles.

Miles told police he had relatives who lived in the area of the attack, but he denied knowing the victim or having any contact with her. When a detective asked Miles about a large scar on his neck, Miles said it came from a tattoo artist “going too deep” while tattooing him, according to court records.

The attack left the woman with medical complications that still plague her today, the court records said.

09-17-2010, 06:31 AM
Convicted Killer Charged In 1999 Rape
POSTED: Thursday, September 16, 2010
UPDATED: 5:57 pm EDT September 16, 2010

Jacksonville Sheriff's Office booking photo of Wilson Holmes

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A convicted killer on probation from Georgia is now in the Duval County Jail charged in connection with a sexual assault and attempted murder in Jacksonville in 1999.

Channel 4 learned that DNA evidence allowed detectives to arrest Wilson Holmes even though the victim could not pick him out of a lineup.

The woman was kidnapped as she was leaving the Busch Drive post office the night of Jan. 15, 1999.

According to the police report, the attacker dragged back into the post office building just before midnight, twisted her neck and strangled her until she almost lost consciousness, then sexually assaulted her.

After the attack, the victim said he returned her mail and key to her and apologized before leaving in a blue car.

According to the Georgia Department of Corrections website, Holmes was convicted of several crimes in Chatham County, including a 1972 murder. He was sentence to life but was released on probation in 1990.

Holmes, 57, was arrested Monday on charges of attempted murder, kidnapping and sexual battery. He is being held without bond.


09-17-2010, 10:22 AM
Apeman snagged in cold case DNA match (http://www.8newsnow.com/Global/story.asp?S=13167266)


LAS VEGAS -- Las Vegas police detectives have made an arrest in a murder and sexual assault from 18 years ago.

Detectives arrested a man in Virginia for raping and stabbing a woman to death. Police say DNA was the critical clue.

In March 1992, Martha Doney was found dead, brutally stabbed in her mobile home near Boulder Highway and Desert Inn. For 18 years, her killer was free, but now police say he will face justice.

Fifty-eight-year-old Larry Howell was located and arrested in Portsmouth, Virginia. Detectives say all leads were exhausted in 1992, but DNA eventually caught up with Howell -- a criminal with a long rap sheet.

In January, Metro detectives got a hit in the national DNA database and the cold case suddenly became hot. Police say it brings closure to Doney's family.

"If your loved one is killed, you want to know why. You want to know what happened. Just the simple questions. With this type of closure, we can answer most of those questions," said Metro Sgt. Jon Scott.

Police still hope to generate new leads from the case from witnesses who may come forward after all of these years. The night detectives say Howell stabbed Doney to death, they were drinking together at the old Tumbleweed Bar on Nellis and Sahara. The victim got too drunk to drive, so Howell volunteered to drive her car back to her home with her roommate.

Investigators say Howell went back to the bar, but later returned to Doney's home to commit murder.

He is expected to be brought back to Las Vegas in two weeks.

10-29-2010, 12:14 PM
Man booked in 2001 rape after traffic stop in New Orleans
Published: Friday, October 29, 2010, 1:34 PM
Updated: Friday, October 29, 2010, 1:38 PM

Randolph Armstead Sr., 30

A driver pulled over by New Orleans police on Thursday for not wearing a seat belt ended up being booked in the 2001 rape of a woman.

A sergeant stopped Randolph Armstead Sr., 30, near the intersection of Almonaster Avenue and North Dorgenois Street about 4:55 p.m. to cite him for not wearing a seat belt. When the sergeant performed a routine background check on Armstead's driver information, he discovered that Armstead was wanted in an aggravated rape that occurred Nov. 18, 2001, police wrote in documents filed in Criminal District Court.

That night, the victim was walking in the 2600 block of Iberville Street when two men grabbed her, dragged her into a nearby alley and forced her to have sex with them. The victim notified police after the attack, and technicians recovered DNA evidence from her.

In 2007, the New Orleans Police Department Scientific Criminal Investigation Division Laboratory matched a DNA sample from the crime to Armstead, who had served time in prison after pleading guilty to possessing cocaine in 1999 and received probation after pleading guilty to distributing marijuana three years later.

The NOPD opened a follow-up investigation into the rape three years later, on Oct. 12. Detective Francis Jarrott interviewed the victim at her home; she said that she had never had consensual sex with Armstead, and Jarrott obtained an arrest warrant for him soon after.

Armstead was arrested during the traffic stop and taken to jail. Police officials could not immediately be reached Friday to comment on why three years passed before Armstead was booked after being identified as a suspect.

The second suspect apparently remains at large.

Armstead had been living in the 500 block of Central Avenue in Jefferson. He faces life imprisonment if convicted.


11-02-2010, 11:59 AM
Vile nigger savage captured (http://bainbridgega.com/news/publish/102210dna.shtml)

DNA Nails 2007 Rapist

Twenty-three year old Charlie Bernard Veniszee has been charged with the October 2007 rape of a women described at that time as in her early forties and mentally handicapped.


Bainbridge Public Safety Investigator Chris Jordan stated the DNA submitted in late of 2007 came back as a hit about 6 months ago.

In November of 2006, the then 19 year old Charlie Bernard Veniszee was sentenced in Augusta Georgia for 2 counts of interference with government property. He received five years' probation, transferred to Bainbridge, ordered to pay restitution and undergo anger management counseling and treatment.

In January of 2008, Investigator Jordan arrested the Broughton Street resident for theft by taking motor vehicle. We assume this probation violation sent him to prison for the remainder of his 5 year sentence.

Earlier this year, Investigator Jordan traveled to Richmond County Prison and interviewed Veniszee and on Wednesday he was booked into Decatur County Jail. During the assault, he held the victim at knife point with a 6" to 8" folding knife, as he moved her from room to room searching the home for something to steal. Veniszee stole $2.

Charlie Bernard Veniszee, 23, was charged with rape, aggravated sodomy and armed robbery.

The rape and sodomy occurred during the time Veniszee was on probation. It appears his problems began years before. At 15, Veniszee had already been kicked out of school and was attending night school. Also at 15, there was a report that he committed child molestation and was transported to a hospital for mental evaluation.

Whereas at times the need to place some persons on the sex offender registry is questionable, it appears the registry was created for just such a nigger as Charlie Bernard Veniszee.

11-07-2010, 07:01 AM
DNA tests yield arrest in fatal 2004 carjacking (http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2010/11/05/1813230/dna-tests-yield-arrest-in-fatal.html)


Nearly six years after a Charlotte man was fatally shot in a carjacking, police used DNA tests to make an arrest in his slaying.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have charged Steven Carlos Elam, 40, with murder in connection with the 2004 shooting of 32-year-old Ronnie Dale Page.

The crime sparked an intense manhunt and struck fear in east Charlotte residents because the random attack happened with two children in the car - and the carjacker drove away with one still inside.

Page picked up his 4-year-old daughter and 11-year-old niece from an afternoon of playing at his sister's house in the University City area in November 2004. As he drove to drop his niece at her home off Albemarle Road, police say, a man approached his Honda Accord and demanded Page get out.

The man grew agitated with Page and shot him several times at close range, police say.

Page's niece ran away, but police say the carjacker drove off with Page's daughter still strapped into a car seat.

Soon after, the man stopped and handed the child over to a couple at the Glen Hollow Apartments off Central Avenue before fleeing on foot, police said. Page's car was found nearby.

Police studied footage from cameras on city buses and surveillance video from stores but didn't find anything helpful. They passed out fliers asking for the public's help and pleaded for anyone with information to call.

Police say they connected Elam to the attack in October when they matched DNA from the crime to Elam's DNA in a national database. His DNA had been entered into the database after a federal conviction for a weapons violation, police said. His DNA was also recovered from a second Charlotte carjacking that happened shortly before Page was killed, police said.

In addition to the murder charge, Elam faces two counts of armed robbery and one count of kidnapping and possession of a firearm by a felon.

11-14-2010, 06:09 PM

A retired detective has solved the cold case murder that haunted him his entire career thanks to a 24-year-old cigarette butt.

Tom Goodwin was left exasperated when he was unable to solve the fatal shooting of Samuel Quentzel, who was gunned down in his driveway in Long Island, New York in 1986.

But with incredible foresight, he stored four cigarette butts the killers smoked in the hope that one day the saliva left on the end could provide a vital clue.

Advances in DNA testing meant that two decades on, long after he had retired from the police force, Mr Goodwinís evidence found a match for the killers and brought them to justice.

It was on September 4th 1986 that Mr Quentzel was shot dead outside his home in Woodmere, Long Island as he got out of his car.

ĒĚíWhen Sam Quentzel climbed out, two black males approached from either side,í said Mr Goodwin.

ĒĚíIt was the height of the crack epidemic in New York. Sam was startled by the gunman on the driver's side who pointed a .380 automatic. There was a commotion. Sam hit the horn. The gunman shot him in the left side of the chest and he died instantly.

'Horrible. Senseless. Sam left behind a devastated wife and three kids.í

The murderers attempted to burn the van but the blaze was put out and the vehicle hauled back to the police lab where Mr Goodwin found Mr Quentzelís chequebook - and four Newport cigarette butts. Then nothing.

Despite a nine-month investigation and $50,000 reward, no suspects emerged and the case went cold.

As a last throw of the dice, Mr Goodwin decided to carefully store the cigarettes in the hope that one day when DNA science had improved the saliva could provide a link to the killers.

Over the years Mr Quentzelís family refused to give up and repeatedly asked prosecutors to look again at the murder.

Mr Goodwin never gave up either, even after retiring in 2000.

ĒĚíI never stopped thinking about it,í he said. ĒĚíWhenever I had a case that took me into Brooklyn or Queens I always checked to see if there was a .380 handgun used, hoping to find a connection. I never got a hit.í

It wasnít until 22 years later, in 2008, that prosecutors were able to finally make a match due to advances in DNA technology.

In a letter to the family the state Division of Criminal Services said that tests showed newly swabbed career criminal Roger Williams matched the saliva on one of the Newports.

New York homicide detective James Hendry checked over Mr Goodwinís old leads, worked out who Williamsí old associates were and hauled them in where it quickly became apparent there were four men involved in the killing instead of three.

The man who shot Mr Quentzel was Clifton Waters, who accidentally killed himself cleaning his gun six months after the murder.

Another of those involved was Lewis Slaughter, who was in jail for a 1986 murder.
Detective Hendry put Slaughter and Williams in an interrogation room together then marched the fourth suspect past the window.

They both cracked and in a secret recording started scheming to blame him for the murder, all the while confessing their own part.

When the tape was played back to Williams he took a plea bargain deal to testify against Slaughter, and will now serve 10-20 years for the murder.

Last month Slaughter was convicted of murdering Mr Quentzel and faces 25 years to life in prison when he is sentenced next month.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1329723/Cold-Case-The-24-year-old-cigarette-butt-cracked-murder-mystery-retired-detective.html#ixzz15JSXQrO5

11-24-2010, 12:07 PM
Nigger Serial Killer Alert!!!


WILKINSBURG, Pa. -- Police in Wilkinsburg said they've made an arrest in connection with the cold case killing of a teenager.

In October 2006, police found the body of 17-year-old Chandler Thompson in the 700 block of Bryan Way. Police said Thompson had been shot multiple times.

During their initial investigation, police identified a suspect in the shooting as Leroy "Man-Man" Irvin. However, police said that witnesses were unwilling to cooperate at the time.

On Wednesday, police announced that several witnesses have since come forward, and officers were able to issue an arrest warrant for Irvin.

Irvin was taken into custody on Tuesday night at his home in North Braddock. He's facing a number of charges including criminal homicide. He's currently being held in the Allegheny County Jail without bond.

Police said Irvin is a suspect in several other homicides in the Wilkinsburg area.

Suspect arrested in 2006 Wilkinsburg slaying (http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/10328/1105861-100.stm)

da dog
04-13-2011, 08:43 AM

DNA sample ties man to rape (http://www.fredericknewspost.com/sections/news/display.htm?StoryID=119748)

By Kate Leckie

DNA taken from a Hagerstown man following a conviction in Tennessee has linked him to an unsolved 2004 rape under a Carroll Creek bridge in Frederick, according to Frederick County District Court documents.
NaJarred Theodore Walker, 27, faces charges of first- and second-degree rape, second-degree assault and third-degree sex offense in the Nov. 1, 2004, attack on a 16-year-old Frederick girl near South Carroll Street, according to police documents.

During a hearing Tuesday, Walker told Judge Janice Rodnick Ambrose the charges were not valid.

"This is real ridiculous," said Walker, who said he has never seen the victim in response to statements made by Assistant State's Attorney Michael J. Moore.

Moore said Walker grabbed the teen from behind after she left the C. Burr Artz Public Library in Frederick just after 8 p.m. and took her under the bridge, threatened her life and raped her.

"His record is atrocious," Moore said, rattling off past charges of aggravated assault, attempted robbery, a sex offense, violations of probation and three records of failing to appear in court.

During the 10- to 15-minute attack, Walker placed his hand over the girl's mouth and warned her that she had better cooperate, Frederick Police Department Detective Julius Levine wrote in his charging documents. "He told her that if she screamed or made any noise, he'd kill her. He said he knew where she lived."

She gave police a detailed description of her attacker.

The man ran off when a group of skateboarders approached, but before he fled he took the girl's wallet with her identification, Social Security card and a pendant with her name on it.

The girl managed to get home, then was taken to Frederick Memorial Hospital for a rape examination, where hospital staff obtained a DNA sample.

Last week, the Maryland State Police forensics division notified Levine of a match within CODIS, the Combined DNA Index System.

"A match was identified when Walker was convicted of an offense in Tennessee and submitted a DNA sample," Frederick Police Lt. Shawn Martyak said, adding that he had no information about the Tennessee case.

Levine determined that Walker was living in Frederick at the time of the rape and that he was now living in the Hagerstown area. He also learned that Walker was wanted for violation of probation in Tennessee.

Levine contacted the Hagerstown Police Department, who left word for Walker that they needed to talk to him.

"My landlord told me the police were looking for me, so I turned myself in," Walker said.

He told Ambrose he didn't know what all the fuss was about, that he'd been paying his child support.

He said he was shocked to be arrested on allegations of rape.

Initially held without bail after his arrest Monday night, Walker appeared before Ambrose for a bail review hearing Tuesday afternoon.

Mumbling often throughout the hearing, Walker made it difficult for the judge to get in a word.

"I'm setting a bail. I'm setting a bail," Ambrose said, pausing. "I set bail at $2 million."

da dog aka T.N.B.

04-29-2011, 04:20 AM
Inmate charged in rapes from 1981 (http://www.kansascity.com/2011/04/22/2819637/inmate-charged-in-rapes-from-1981.html)


A convicted rapist serving 70 years in prison is now accused of two other sexual assaults in 1981, authorities said.

On Friday, Jackson County prosecutors charged Richard C. Davis, 62, who is held at the prison near Potosi, Mo., with two counts each of rape and sodomy. Police saved the evidence from those two attacks and matched them to Davisí genetic profile, court records state.

The first attack happened on Feb. 17, 1981, in the 1800 block of Topping Avenue. The victim said she woke up about 4 a.m. with a strangerís hand over her mouth. The man held a knife to the back of her head and threatened to kill her baby, who was asleep in bed with her, court records state.

The second rape followed on March 27 in the 2000 block of Wheeling Avenue, less than a half-mile from the other assault. This victim, too, told police that an attacker broke in at night and forced her to have sex with him.

In the Topping case, testing showed a 1-in-215 quadrillion match between Davisí genetic profile and the evidence. In the Wheeling rape, the match was about 1 in 1.3 million, court records state.

Davis was convicted in 1982 of breaking into a home on East 16th Street, where he pulled a pillowcase over a womanís head and sexually assaulted her in 1980.

White Sail
06-16-2011, 04:15 PM

Jennings man found guilty in cold case 1999 rape
Posted: Thursday, April 28, 2011 12:29 pm

ST. LOUIS ĒĚĘ A jury this morning found a Jennings man guilty of raping a 14-year-old girl as she walked home from Union Station in 1999.


Jerry Ousley, 31, was 19 at the time of the incident, which happened on Dec. 26 of that year. A DNA match in 2009 led to his arrest.

The victim, now 25, testified that as she walked home from Union Station, near 18th and Pine Streets, a car began following her and the driver began a series of catcalls, trying to get her phone number.

She kept walking, but at some point, the driver parked and walked up, grabbed her from behind and forced her into the alley, where he raped her on the hood of a parked car.

"For nearly 10 years, (the victim) believed her rapist would never be caught," said Assistant Circuit Attorney Jennifer Szczucinski.

Defense attorney Robert Taaffe argued that the sex was consensual. :rolleyes:

Prosecutors are asking that Ousley get life in prison when he is sentenced on June 3.

07-18-2011, 06:21 AM
Inmate accused of rape from 1995 case (http://abclocal.go.com/ktrk/story?section=news/local&id=8245830)


HOUSTON (KTRK) -- A nigger already serving time for sexual assault is accused in another rape case from 16 years ago after DNA evidence taken from the victim matched his profile.

Roland Ali Westbrooks, 36, is charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child. According to court documents, Westbrooks sexually assaulted a then 16-year-old girl at her residence back in 1995. The victim says she woke to some "rumbling" in the room next door, then saw an unknown black male standing in the door of her bedroom. The victim says the nigger put a pillow over her head and raped her. She says the nigger told her to "shut up" and threatened to kill her. The suspect also took money from her purse, the girl says.

Then in 2007, investigators found that a sex assault examination had been done on the victim, but never submitted to a lab for analysis. Court documents state the DNA profile matched that of Westbrooks on file.

Westbrooks is currently incarcerated for felony offenses of aggravated sexual assault and burglary of a habitation in Houston back in 1997. That case had a similar incident in which Westbrooks entered a residence unlawfully and sexually assaulted a female by threat and force, according to court documents.

Police obtained a DNA sample from Westbrooks in prison last year and that sample matched the evidence taken from the victim in this case, court documents state. Police say the victim also picked Westbrooks out of a photo lineup.

08-18-2011, 08:38 AM
http://www.wrdw.com/crimeteam12/headlines/Day_3_of_trial_for_alleged_serial_rapist_brings_mo re_victims_to_the_stand_127944768.html

Updated: 10:24 AM Aug 18, 2011
FIRST ON 12: Serial rapist found guilty on all 10 counts
Alleged serial rapist Michael Christian Clay was found guilty on all 10 counts he was charged with.
Posted: 7:46 PM Aug 17, 2011
Reporter: Sheli Muniz

A stoic Michael Christian Clay walked into the courtroom Monday morning requesting a delay in the trial and a new lawyer. (WRDW-TV / Aug. 16, 2011)

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Michael Christian Clay, 30, was found guilty for 10 counts that include everything from kidnapping to sexual assault to sodomy.

The judge dismissed the jury to deliberate around 5pm Wednesday. After minutes, the jury came back to deliver the verdict.

Clay was found guilty on all 10 counts. He was given six life sentences for kidnapping and rape, three 30-year sentences for aggravated sodomy and 10 years for false imprisonment.

He remained emotionless. His attorney only requesting Clay be allowed to hug his mother before being escorted out of court.

Clay's mother would not go on camera but told News 12, despite DNA evidence and victims' accounts, she still believed her son was innocent. She said she was not surprised by the verdict.

District Attorney Ashley Wright told News 12 after court was adjourned, "we hope that the victims in this case feel justice was served and that they can feel safer and their neighbors now that this predator has been apprehended."

Earlier that day, the jury heard from five witnesses, including experts. The jury learned more about the DNA samplings. This included testimony from a GBI biologist who claims she was able to link Clay's swab samples to all four victims.

The state rested Wednesday afternoon.

Clay did not testify.

In closing arguments, District Attorney Ashley wright began with basic similarities in the four attacks.

Wright, "All of these cases occurred outdoors, all of these occurred in the same neighborhood, all of them occurred to women who were walking alone at night, all occurred at dark, and all were older than the defendant."

She goes on to say how all of them were ultimately linked by DNA.

Wright says, "We had four cases forensically linked and we were able to put a name to the man who donated all of that." As she points to defendant in courtroom.

The defense argued Wednesday afternoon there were inconsistencies in some of the victims' accounts and that there are too many questions surrounding the DNA.

Defense Attorney Peter Johnson saying, "That is all in this case that you have to say that Chris Clay, Michael Christian Clay is the man responsible for this. The DNA, there are questions, issues."

The defense team pointed to a margin of error in DNA typing.

The prosecution rebutted saying while the number of attackers in one incident changed, the fact that she was attacked never did.

Earlier in the week, four victims testified on behalf of the prosecution.

The first victim says she was attacked at South View Cemetery on Nellieville Road in 2000. She was walking to work when she says Clay approached her. She says he raped her and forced her to perform oral sex.

"I screamed, I hollered," Victim #1 said. "I screamed and hollered until we got into the cemetery and I remember struggling and once we were in the cemetery he got my pants down."

Prosecutors say the second attack happened at Wilkinson Gardens Elementary School yard just weeks after the first victim was attacked. The woman was also on foot when she says an armed man and three others tied her up and attacked her.

Investigators say the third sexual assault victim was attacked in the parking lot of Mount Vernon Baptist Church along Olive Road in the spring of 2000. The woman says she was walking to a friend's apartment when Clay came up to her, grabbed her and hit her.

Investigators say Clay attacked the fourth victim in the summer of 2003 while she was walking to the store. Clay is said to have allegedly pulled the fourth victim behind some bushes at South View Cemetery.

Clay's first trial was back in 2009 where he was convicted of attacking his ex-girlfriend and hitting a teenager while taking her to the hospital.

He was sentenced to 35 years for those 2006 offenses.

Clay still has a murder trial pending for attacks in 2006. In those attacks, one woman was severely beaten and raped behind Silver Bullet Lounge and in a coma for months before she died.

Another woman, an owner of a dry cleaners, was also attacked the same year as she was opening her store.

No date set on that trial.

08-19-2011, 10:52 PM

David Dixon

DNA connects man to 32-year-old cold case murder

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A Richmond man is in jail in San Jose, charged with the murder of a woman who was a security guard 32 years ago.

Detectives arrested 61-year-old David Dixon, after DNA in a cold case led them to him in connection to the murder of Rachel Moncrief.

DNA testing did not exist in 1979 when the murder case happened. But there is no statute of limitations on murder, and thanks to evidence that was preserved, a suspect is now behind bars.

The 61-year-old roofer from Richmond is being charged with the 1979 murder of a security guard in Santa Clara. Rachel Moncrief, 50, had been stabbed 30 times while guarding an RV dealership overnight.

The recently re-opened cold case unit at the Santa Clara County district attorney's office did DNA testing of blood on the victim's clothing and a marijuana cigarette.

"When the lab found that blood stain, obtained a DNA profile, they uploaded it into the system and got a hit," cold case unit leader Ted Kajani said.

Kajani says DNA for both Dixon and the victim was also found on the marijuana cigarette.

Dixon's relatives stand up for him.

"It's just shocking to the family and everybody," Dixon's brother-in-law Kreig Carrier said. "I think they've got the wrong guy."

The prosecutor says Dixon's recent stroke will not have any bearing on proceeding with the 32-year-old case.

"This is what happens with these older cases is you have older defendants, but we still think it's very important for us to handle this case as we would any other case," deputy district attorney Angela Bernhard said.

The cold case unit in Santa Clara County has broken three cases since it was restored in February. More cold cases are under review.

"There's nothing more gratifying than going to someone's mother or someone's daughter, another loved one and say, 'We've solved this case, we're finally going to have justice,'" Kajani said.

A musical instrument store called the Starving Musician just moved in where the murder occurred in 1979. The staff is amazed how DNA testing cracked this case.

"We're right in the area where a lot of that research is being done; it makes you kind of proud to live in the Bay Area," Starving Musician general manager Vernon Anderson said.

Investigators say Dixon's DNA was already in a criminal database because felons are required to provide samples, but no one is talking about his past history.

08-20-2011, 12:58 PM
Black convicted of raping teen girl (http://www.mansfieldnewsjournal.com/article/20110820/NEWS01/108200303/Randy-Scott-rape-verdict-Guilty)
Randy L. Scott

DNA evidence found on the victim's underwear and on a towel matched that of control samples taken from Randy L. Scott. He faces a maximum 76 years in prison after being convicted Friday of having sexual conduct with a now 17-year-old girl in April and May of 2010.

08-25-2011, 10:38 AM
Savage nigger beast!

Bootlip indicted after nearly 3 decades for murder of teacher and rape of her friend (http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2010/02/man_indicted_in_28-year-old_mu.html)


CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The survivor of a 1982 shooting and rape, who watched her friend Maryann Finegan die during that same attack in Cleveland, had just about given up on police solving the crime.

But on Wednesday, the woman, now 66, stood with her hands tightly clasped as prosecutors announced the indictment of Richard Wilson, 56, in connection with the case.

"I never thought after this length of time he'd be caught," she said quietly.

The case was reopened last year when Cold Case Unit investigators took crime-scene evidence and found a match in the FBI's national DNA database, said Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason.

Wilson is in prison in LaBella, Pa., outside of Pittsburgh, on a parole violation connected with a robbery conviction.

He has been indicted in Cuyahoga County on 16 counts of aggravated murder, attempted aggravated murder, rape, attempted rape, kidnapping and aggravated robbery for the attacks on Finegan and her friend. He will face the death penalty, Mason said.

The victim, who still has a bullet lodged next to her spine from the attack, said it took years to come to grips with the fear that the attacker would come after her.

Finegan, then 42, and the other woman, then 38, were abducted by a subhuman nigger savage at West Sixth Street and St. Clair Avenue on June 5, 1982, after the two women walked out of a popular bar, according to a Plain Dealer account of the crime.

He jumped into the truck Finegan was driving and, at gunpoint, ordered the women to drive behind a factory in the Flats, where he assaulted them.

The worthless P.O.S. nigger ordered the women to undress, but when the surviving woman refused, he shot Finegan in the side of her head. He then raped the other woman and shot her twice -- once through the neck and once through her chest. Both victims were found 15 hours later by a security guard.

Mason described Wilson, from Florida, as a career criminal who has been in and out of jail. Investigators said he was arrested in July 1982 for carrying a concealed weapon and believe that weapon was used to kill Finegan.

Finegan was a teacher and coach in the Coventry school district in Akron. The Lesbian-Gay Community Service Center had named a project to track anti-gay :confused: violence after Finegan's death, but funding ran out in 1994.

The surviving victim said that although she went through years of facing her fear, she will testify.

"I was a witness, and he should be brought to justice," she said, so "no one will be murdered or raped by him again."

Smedley Butler
08-25-2011, 10:51 AM
He has been indicted in Cuyahoga County on 16 counts of aggravated murder, attempted aggravated murder, rape, attempted rape, kidnapping and aggravated robbery for the attacks on Finegan and her friend. He will face the death penalty, Mason said.

The victim, who still has a bullet lodged next to her spine from the attack, said it took years to come to grips with the fear that the attacker would come after her.

Finegan, then 42, and the other woman, then 38, were abducted by a subhuman nigger savage at West Sixth Street and St. Clair Avenue on June 5, 1982, after the two women walked out of a popular bar, according to a Plain Dealer account of the crime.


One more piece of evidence of a regime that enable's a one sided race war against White's. Any resisitance is hateful unlawful and make's you a hateful etc.

Media not only lie's, daily, but hide's this one sided race War, but incite's a pathological lust to get YT, by the majority of free ranging Congoid's.

Congoid's are also incited by media with beautiful White women image's, hence most Congoid's entire life is about obtaining a White woman by any mean's IMO.


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Man arrested in officer shooting was regular at DeKalb jail
10:20 AM, Aug 25, 2011

DECATUR, Ga. -- Inmate records show Michael Hughey has returned to the DeKalb County jail for the ninth time to face charges for shooting a police officer. His overnight arrest came after two days on the run.


09-02-2011, 01:17 PM

Once an NFL player, Keith Jerome Wright now a suspect in Sacramento County jail
By Kim Minugh

Published: Thursday, Sep. 1, 2011 - 12:00 am | Page 1B

Keith Wright is tied to at least two Natomas incidents, police say.

The man accused of three recent home- invasion robberies and one sexual assault in Natomas showed athletic promise in his years at Sacramento City College and then went on to play in the NFL.

On Monday, Sacramento police arrested Keith Jerome Wright, 31, a former defensive tackle who was a sixth-round draft pick by the Houston Texans in 2003.

Most recently, police say, Wright was living in Natomas, where detectives allege a recent string of attacks has been linked to him.

Wright is scheduled to be arraigned today on one felony charge each of robbery, kidnapping, forced oral copulation and burglary, and a misdemeanor charge of sexual battery, according to Sacramento County Main Jail booking records.

Police spokesman Sgt. Norm Leong said those charges stem from an Aug. 21 attack on Kokomo Drive.

Though no charges have been filed in connection with the two earlier home invasions, Leong said detectives suspect Wright is the man responsible.

On Wednesday, Wright declined an interview with The Bee from the jail, where he is being held without bail.

In the first crime, a man confronted a male victim in the driveway of his Yarwood Way home at 12:30 a.m. on July 21, Leong said. The man forced the victim inside at gunpoint and ransacked the house for valuables.

Then, on Aug. 8 at 1:30 a.m., a man confronted a male victim watching TV inside his Sandcastle Way garage, Leong said. The man forced the victim inside the home at gunpoint and stole items.

The man then forced the victim and another person inside the home into the trunk of a car before fleeing, Leong said.

Both crimes lasted from one to two hours, according to police. None of the victims was injured.

But in the third attack, a man entered a home on Kokomo Drive through an unlocked door and then sexually assaulted and robbed the victim, Leong said.

Early in the investigation, police believed the three incidents were linked based on similarities, Leong said. Following up on property stolen from the residences, police settled on Wright as a possible suspect, Leong said.

With a possible suspect identified, the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office expedited the analysis of DNA evidence from the Kokomo Drive scene. A national database linked the fresh DNA to that of Wright, whose DNA was in the system because of a prior felony arrest, Leong said.

No information was available regarding Wright's prior arrest.

He has no criminal case history in Sacramento County, according to Superior Court records.

Leong said police suspect that Wright chose his victim's residences at random and that he did not know the victims personally. He also said that Wright is the sole suspect in the crimes.

Though his professional football career never appeared to gain traction Ė he bounced from Texas to Indiana to Florida to Michigan Ė his early years indicated great potential in the sport.

Born in Santa Clara, Wright went to high school at Arizona Boys Ranch, a camp for troubled youth, where he was a "big-time high school prospect," according to the official athletic site of the University of Missouri, his alma mater.

After high school, he played at Sacramento City College and was named a Junior College All-American, Missouri's website states.

In 2001, as a senior at the university, Wright was considered Missouri's "most valuable defensive lineman," according to the website. Later, he was one of 122 collegiate players named to the 2002 Rotary Lombardi Awards watch list.

09-15-2011, 08:45 PM
Police solve rape case (http://wnyt.com/article/stories/S2284047.shtml?cat=300)



ALBANY - Albany police said they have solved a nearly three-year-old rape case.

They say newly acquired DNA evidence links 46-year-old Allen Johnson to the October 2008 rape of a woman near Colonie and Water Streets.

Johnson was accused of raping her at knife point inside an unattended taxi.

Investigators said they were able to match the DNA to Allen after he was arrested this past March for unlawful imprisonment in a separate case.

09-19-2011, 07:31 AM

Convicted rapist charged in 2007 kidnapping, rape of woman
September 16, 2011

This is a mug shot of Donald Carr from his 2010 conviction.

HOUSTON (KTRK) -- A man already behind bars is now accused in the kidnapping and rape of a woman back in 2007.

Donald Andtra Carr, 25, is charged with aggravated sexual assault of an adult. According to court documents, the female victim had left work at a gentleman's club on October 17, 2007 and stopped at a nearby gas station when three males she had seen at the club approached her and forced her inside their car and drove her to an unknown apartment.

The woman told investigators that the men held her at gunpoint and all three of them sexually assaulted her, court documents state.

She said that Carr and the two men then carried her out of the apartment when she saw a water tower in the distance with 'Welcome to Baytown' on it. She said the suspects drove her back to her car.

After calling police, the woman was taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Memorial City for a forensic sexual assault exam.

In 2010, court documents show the DNA from the woman's case was positively matched with Carr. Police say the woman was not able to pick Carr out of a photo lineup.

Investigators say Carr told them that he had been to the club that night for his birthday, but said he left with two male friends and went to his Baytown apartment. According to police, when they confronted Carr about the DNA evidence, police say he told them he doesn't remember taking a girl home or having sex with anyone, but that he could have.

Carr was convicted of rape and aggravated kidnapping in another case in 2010. He was sentenced to 20 years for the rape and five years for the kidnapping.

10-06-2011, 11:47 AM

Sheriffís Officer Charged in 1997 Rape of Child

Updated: Thursday, 22 Sep 2011, 8:45 AM CDT
Published : Thursday, 22 Sep 2011, 8:45 AM CDT

Sun-Times Media Wire


Chicago - A Cook County sheriff's correctional officer has been charged with the 1997 rape of a child in suburban Harvey.

Investigators said Robert Buchanan, 45, was linked to the crime through DNA testing.

The case was solved due to a 2007 raid on the Harvey Police Department, where more than 200 untested rape kits were discovered.

10-17-2011, 03:14 PM

'John Doe' Rapist Gets 30 Years
DNA Links Former Boston Man With 1992 Attack

POSTED: 3:54 pm EDT October 17, 2011
UPDATED: 4:13 pm EDT October 17, 2011

BOSTON -- A man who for 15 years eluded identification as a violent rapist was sentenced to three decades in prison after pleading guilty to aggravated rape, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said.

Doward Forbes, 45, admitted to breaking into a 21-year-old Back Bay womanís Beacon Street home, beating her and raping her in the early morning hours of Sept. 6, 1992.

Although biological evidence was recovered in the 1992 investigation, the attack was committed before DNA was admissible in Massachusetts courts and the evidence was stored, Conley said. Just before the 15-year statute of limitations was about to expire in 2007, Conleyís office indicted the still-unknown offender as ďJohn Doe,Ē identified by his DNA profile.

Because of felony convictions in Massachusetts, Forbes was ordered to submit a sample to the stateís DNA database in 2008. In 2009, that DNA profile was matched to the evidence collected in the 1992 Boston case.

At the time of the 1992 attack, Forbes was on parole for attempted rape convictions incurred in western Massachusetts during the 1980s. Two years after the Boston attack, he was convicted of rape in Georgia. He served a state prison term there and in 2008 was ordered back to Massachusetts to answer on the parole violations.



Last Known Address: Incarcerated

Race: Black
Sex: Male Eyes: Brown
Height: 6'4'' Hair: Black
Weight 203 lbs. Age/DOB: 46
Offense or Statute
Offense/Statute: O/S RAPE Adjudication Date: 25 February 1994
Offense/Statute: ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO COMMIT RAPE Adjudication Date: 16 May 1985
Offense/Statute: INDECENT ASSAULT AND BATTERY ON A PERSON AGED 14 OR OLDER Adjudication Date: 14 December 1984
Offense/Statute: ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO COMMIT RAPE Adjudication Date: 14 December 1984

11-03-2011, 03:29 PM

South L.A. serial killer convicted in three more murders
November 3, 2011 | 11:49 am


A former security guard already convicted of multiple murders a decade ago was found guilty by a jury Thursday of three additional slayings.

In 1998, Michael Hughes was convicted of killing four women, three of whom were choked to death and dumped in alleys in a commercial area of Culver City. He was sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole.

Los Angeles police cold-case homicide detectives later linked Hughes to the strangulation slayings of four more victims, ages 15 to 36, through DNA evidence. He was convicted Thursday in three of those cases: the deaths of Yvonne Coleman, 15, Verna Patricia Williams, 36, and Deanna Marie Wilson, 30.

The killings came in an era when authorities say that at least five serial killers, and possibly more, were active in the South Los Angeles area. During the 1980s and early 1990s, these killers targeted mostly young African American women, dumping their bodies in alleys, vacant buildings or parks.

At the time, the eight killings were footnotes in an era of unprecedented violence in Los Angeles that began in the 1980s with the crack cocaine epidemic that fueled gang activity. The resulting violence saw the number of homicides soar to more than 1,000 annually in the early 1990s.
The slayings linked to Hughes were very similar to crimes committed by other serial murderers who were in Los Angeles at the time. In recent years, prosecutors have convicted two other men -- Chester Turner and Ivan J. Hill -- in similar killing sprees.

Authorities long suspected Hughes was linked to killings beyond Los Angeles because of his frequent movements. He lived in Long Beach, San Diego and Michigan.

His life sentence was for convictions in the deaths of Teresa Ballard, 26, whose partly clothed body was found in Jesse Owens County Park near Western Avenue and Century Boulevard in Los Angeles on Sept. 23, 1992; Brenda Bradley, 38, whose partly clothed body was found in an alley near the eastern tip of Culver City 12 days later; Terri Myles, 33, whose nude body was found two blocks away from the Bradley crime scene on Nov. 8, 1993; and Jamie Harrington, 29, whose clothed body was found nearby on Nov. 14, 1993.

The latest series of cases were investigated by LAPD detectives Cliff Shepard and Paul Coulter. The victims include Coleman, 15, a student at Morningside High School in Inglewood who left her home in January 1986 and was found in one of the city's parks.

Four months later, the body of Williams, 36, was discovered at 68th Street School in South L.A. by students. In addition, detectives linked Hughes to the August 1990 killing of Wilson, 30, at a home on West 55th Street, and the 1992 death of Deborah Jackson, 32, who was found near a trash container outside a paint store in the Mid-City area of Los Angeles.

At the time, the victims were believed to be the victims of the so-called Southside Slayer. It was later determined that there were multiple serial killers operating in the area at the time.

The penalty phase of the capital murder trial begins Monday before Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Curtis Rappe.

The Bobster
11-04-2011, 06:04 AM

Police Use DNA To Identify Suspect In 2008 Lincoln Financial Field Parking Lot Rape Case
November 3, 2011 5:56 PM


PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - On October 5th, 2008, a 40-year-old woman who attended an Eagles football game at the Linc was sexually assaulted in the parking lot after the game. Now, three years later, Philadelphia police through a DNA match, have identified the suspect.

Special Victims Unit Captain John Darby says forensic scientists and investigators had a huge job on their hands after the sexual assault.

ďObviously, a real challenge for us, because of the numbers of people in and around that stadium we all know is thousands and thousands of people. Itís like finding a needle in a hay stack.Ē

According to reports, the victim, decided to go to the parking lot to look for the tour bus that had brought her to the game when she was attacked by Daughtry.

The suspect, 22-year-old Tiaghee Daughtry of northeastern Pennsylvania, who was working as a parking lot attendant at the Linc three years ago, was already in custody on other charges, but a DNA swab was taken. And that swab matched DNA samples from the 2008 assault.

He has now been charged with the sexual assault and related crimes.

11-05-2011, 08:25 AM

Oakland man found guilty of murder and two rapes committed as teenager

By Paul T. Rosynsky
Oakland Tribune
Posted: 11/04/2011 05:10:09 PM PDT
Updated: 11/04/2011 08:23:42 PM PDT

Marcellous Lewis spent his teenage years raping women and killing a man; now he'll spend the rest of his adult life in prison.

Lewis was convicted this week of murder for killing a man over a fight for a dog and two counts of rape for sexually assaulting two women over the course of two years.

"With the jury's verdict, (Lewis) will be held accountable for his violent conduct," said deputy District Attorney Tim Wellman, who successfully tried the case. "Over a period of less than two years, the defendant committed the most violent crimes imaginable."

In addition to the rape and murder charges, the jury found Lewis guilty of using a gun in the killing, of kidnapping the women and of committing rapes on multiple victims.

The 20-year-old faces 115 to life in prison when he is sentenced by Alameda County Superior Court Judge Joan Cartwright in December.

Lewis' violent crime spree ended the night of May 21, 2008, when he was arrested for murder in the killing of Robert Tibbs, 41, who was shot in the chest after he refused to give Lewis his pit bull.

The pit bull, originally named "Killer," was given to Tibbs and his fiancee by a friend of Lewis just days before the friend was killed. In the year that Tibbs owned the dog, which he renamed "Cinnamon," Lewis never contested the ownership nor did he every ask to take care of the dog.

But on May 21, 2008, Lewis went to Tibbs' apartment and demanded the dog. Tibbs refused to open his door, Lewis became angry and fired his handgun twice through the front window of the apartment. One of the bullets hit Tibbs in the chest.

Lewis' attorney Joann Kingston said her client suddenly wanted to care for the dog after seeing a newspaper article about his friend's killing that made him nostalgic.

Although Lewis ran from the apartment after the shooting, Tibbs identified him during a chilling recorded 911 call that was played for the jury. Lewis' girlfriend at the time also said that she heard Lewis get into a fight with Tibbs and tried to remove her boyfriend from the scene before he pulled out a gun and shot into the apartment.

Lewis was arrested several hours after the shooting when he arrived at Highland Hospital for treatment to cuts on his hand, which police believe he received from window that was broken when Lewis fired into the apartment.

As part of the arrest, police ran Lewis' DNA through a computer that seeks DNA matches to unsolved cases and came up with a match for a 2007 alleged rape. With that match made, police then reopened another 2007 rape in which a 16-year-old girl said Lewis forced her into a alleyway beside a church and raped her.

11-11-2011, 12:21 PM
Black man arrested in woman's death, burning (http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/breaking/s_766578.html)
Nathan Henry Williams

Pittsburgh police last night arrested a man accused of raping and strangling a woman to death before setting her body on fire in August. Police charged Nathan Henry Williams with homicide, rape, abuse of a corpse and involuntary deviate sexual intercourse in connection with the death of Elaina Davis, 57. Residents who use the parking lot on Our Way in Uptown found Davis' burned, nude body on Aug. 28.

Forensic investigators collected DNA found on Davis and entered it into CODIS, a national database of DNA samples, according to a criminal complaint filed against Williams. The DNA matched Williams', whose DNA was submitted to the database by the Allegheny County Adult Probation Office as a condition of his probation, the complaint said. Williams was sentenced to two years probation when he pleaded guilty to a simple assault charge in February.

11-23-2011, 07:23 AM

Aaron Thomas, accused East Coast Rapist, to fight extradition to Virginia

November 22, 2011 - 12:19 pm


NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) ó Connecticut prosecutors will try to send a man suspected in rape cases along the East Coast to Virginia, a prosecutor said Tuesday.

The 40-year-old Thomas pleaded not guilty in March to a charge of raping a woman in New Haven in 2007. Authorities say DNA confirmed that he is responsible for rapes and other attacks on 17 women from Virginia to Connecticut over the span of a decade. The extradition decision was first reported by the New Haven Register.

Joseph Lopez, the public defender representing Thomas, said a hearing is scheduled in New Haven Superior Court on Nov. 28 to consider his challenge to the extradition attempt.

Lopez said Connecticut has held Thomas for more than eight months and the state's desire to extradite him now would violate his constitutional right to a speedy trial.

He said marshals had two warrants when they arrested Thomas on March 4: a fugitive from justice warrant from Prince William County, Va., and another charging him with sexual assault in New Haven. Authorities could have initiated extradition proceedings on the fugitive from justice charge in March, but instead served him with an extradition warrant earlier this month.

"Who initiated it and why at this particular junction?" he asked.

Prince William County prosecutor Paul Ebert says Thomas is accused of "heinous crimes" in his jurisdiction. He says he asked for Thomas to be extradited as quickly as possible.

New Haven State's Attorney Michael Dearington said Tuesday that prosecutors will seek to send Thomas to Virginia before putting him on trial in Connecticut. He would not discuss the reasons behind the decision.

The first assault that authorities say they connected to Thomas was in 1997 in Forestville, Md., when a man pulled a gun on a woman and forced her into the woods, then fled on a bicycle. Seven months later, a woman was raped behind a restaurant garbage bin in Maryland. The following year a 16-year-old girl was raped, also in Maryland. Authorities said the same man then started attacking women in Virginia, until two victims were raped in the same attack in Maryland in 2001.

Police said the suspect resurfaced in 2006 in New England, peeping on a girl doing her homework in Rhode Island before her screams scared him off. Two teenage trick-or-treaters were raped in 2009 in Woodbridge, Va.

Authorities had mounted a large-scale public outreach campaign, putting up electronic billboards in the states where the attacks occurred and in neighboring states. DNA from a cigarette that police saw Thomas discard after leaving a New Haven court was used to confirm that Thomas was the man wanted in the attacks, a prosecutor has said.

11-28-2011, 02:33 PM
DNA links junglebunny to rape of girl in vacant building, police say (http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/bs-md-ci-vacant-rape-arrest-20111128,0,6505386.story)


A 48-year-old East Baltimore man has been charged with raping a teenage girl in a vacant building last month after police said DNA evidence linked him to the assault.

Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said the suspect, Alvin Ray Wright, is accused of "viciously attacking and sexually assaulting" the 13-year-old girl in a vacant house in the 800 block of N. Caroline St. on Oct. 17.

Wright, of the 1600 block of N. Milton Ave., is on probation for a 2009 drug conviction and does not have a prior record of sexual assaults, but police said they would be comparing the DNA evidence to other open cases.

In Maryland, all convicted felons must submit DNA samples that are collected and put into a database that now contains samples from 97,000 offenders.

"The detectives on this case worked doggedly, but it was DNA that gave us what we needed," said Deputy Maj. Martin Bartness, who heads the Police Department's special investigations section. The city's DNA analysts have a "tremendous caseload," Bartness said, "but because of the nature of this incident ... this case was prioritized and put to the front of the queue."

The girl, who was walking home about 9 p.m., was grabbed from behind and shoved into the home, which has no first floor. She fell five to six feet, causing her glasses to fall off, and her attacker jumped down and told her to stop screaming or he'd kill her, court records show.

At one point, according to court records, Wright is accused of punching the girl in the face and ribs. During a forensic exam, doctors noted that her right upper front tooth was loose, and she suffered bruises to her legs and knees in addition to other injuries related to the sexual assault.

After he raped her, the attacker climbed a wooden board to get out of the home and fled, Detective Raynard Johnson wrote in charging documents. The girl, meanwhile, stacked items to reach the ground floor and escape, according to reports.

The home, located a few blocks west of Johns Hopkins Hospital, is owned by the city, after being purchased in 2005 for more than $205,000.

Wright was arrested on Thanksgiving without incident, Guglielmi said. The charges against him include rape, assault, false imprisonment, sexual solicitation of a minor and kidnapping of a child under age 16.

His previous criminal record consists mainly of drug offenses, and he has not received significant sentences for his prior convictions.

In 2009, he received probation after conviction on a drug charge and was handed a 12-year prison sentence, but 11 years, 10 months and 16 days were suspended, records show.

In 2006, drug charges were dropped by prosecutors, and in 2002 he was charged with car theft and pleaded guilty to an unauthorized use of a vehicle charge that carried a six-month jail term. Five months and 23 days were suspended, records show.

State officials say that since 2007, there have been more than 360 arrests throughout Maryland from DNA samples collected by the state.

12-07-2011, 08:50 AM

Man convicted of 1996 rape, robbery
December 7, 2011

A Boston man was found guilty yesterday in a 1996 Cambridge home invasion and rape, Middlesex District Attorney Gerald T. Leone Jr. said. Manson Brown, 53, of Mattapan was charged with breaking into a home on Franklin Street, where he confronted a woman as she lay sleeping next to her 2-year-old son, Leone said. Brown raped the woman, tied her up, and stole cash and jewelry, including the womanís wedding ring. Brown was identified by the State Police Crime Lab after his DNA profile matched an evidence sample from the scene. He will be sentenced by Middlesex Superior Court Judge Leila R. Kern on Dec. 13.



Manson Brown
Aliases: Mason Brown, Randy Brown, Manny Brown, Ransom Brown, Ronald Jimes, Ronald Times, Thomas Brown

Wanted For:

Bridgewater , MA

Latest Airing:

December 12 2009

Manson Brown,Mason Brown, Randy Brown, Manny Brown, Ransom Brown, Ronald Jimes, Ronald Times, Thomas Brown | police Anonymous Tip Leads Police To Escapee

The hunt for Manson Brown ended the evening of Jan. 3, 2010, when an officer with the DeKalb County Police Department in Georgia arrested him at a gas station. Detectives in DeKalb County received information about Brown's whereabouts from an alert AMW tipster.

12-15-2011, 09:06 AM

Prosecutors: DNA Shows Man Fathered 11-Year-Oldís Baby
December 15, 2011 10:30 AM


MOUNT CLEMENS (WWJ) - The DNA results are in and a trial date has been set for a Mount Clemens man accused of impregnating his girlfriendís 11-year-old daughter.

The 28-year-old Trevaun Cortez Brooks faces first and second-degree criminal sex charges after Macomb County prosecutors say his DNA is a positive match with the baby born to the girl in August.

Brooks is accused of having sex with the child, his girlfriendís daughter, last year while he was living with them. Brooks also worked briefly as a janitor at the girlís charter school before his arrest in September.

Brookís attorney Chris Aiello said he will review the DNA findings and discuss defense options with his client, who faces life in prison if convicted.

ďIf he told me anything, you know, I canít discuss that with you. But, as you know, heís still innocent and we are maintaining a defense on his behalf,Ē Aiello said. ďHeís distraught, of course. Heís distraught, over this. Heís in jail. Nobody wants to be in jail, and this is a very difficult time for him.Ē

Aiello said no plea deal has been discussed at this time.

The trail is set to begin February 28.

The now 12-year-old girl and the baby are now under the care of state protection services.

12-15-2011, 11:08 AM

L.A. serial killer should get death, jury decides
December 13, 2011 | 4:25 pm


A jury on Tuesday voted for the death penalty for a former security guard already serving a life sentence for multiple murders.

Michael Hughes, 55, was convicted last month for three additional slayings. The seven-man, five-woman jury deliberated just under 30 minutes before voting for the death penalty, said Sandi Gibbons, spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney's office. He will be sentenced March 29 before Superior Court Judge Curtis B. Rappe.

In 1998, Hughes was convicted of killing four women, three of whom were choked to death and dumped in alleys in a commercial area of Culver City. He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

PHOTOS: California's most notorious killers

He was linked by Los Angeles Police Department cold-case homicide detectives using DNA evidence to the strangulation slayings of four more victims, ages 15 to 36. Last month, he was convicted in three of those killings: of Yvonne Coleman, 15; Verna Patricia Williams, 36; and Deborah Jackson, 32, also known as Harriet McKinley.

The killings came in an era when authorities say at least five serial killers, possibly more, were active in the South Los Angeles area. During the 1980s and early '90s, these killers primarily targeted young African American women, dumping their bodies in alleys, vacant buildings or parks.

At the time, the eight killings were footnotes in an era of unprecedented violence in Los Angeles that began in the 1980s. By the early 1990s, the number of homicides had soared to more than 1,000 annually compared with around 300 today.

Authorities have long suspected that Hughes was linked to killings beyond Los Angeles because of his frequent movements. He lived in Long Beach, San Diego and Michigan.

12-17-2011, 09:29 AM
Black Sex offender linked through DNA to two rapes (http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/crime/blog/bal-baltimore-sex-offender-charged-with-reservoir-hill-rape-20111215,0,7855839.story?track=rss)
http://www.newnation.org/Images/2011/NelsonBernardClifford.jpgA convicted sex offender who was cleared by a jury of rape charges in September has been linked through DNA to two additional rapes, including a November rape of a woman in her Reservoir Hill home, court records show. Nelson Bernard Clifford was charged with raping a woman at knifepoint after breaking into her home while she was sleeping. Police say he blindfolded her and bound her hands, and threatened to slash her face.

01-06-2012, 03:55 PM


DNA Evidence Links Baltimore Man To An Attempted Rape
January 6, 2012 6:33 PM


BALTIMORE (WJZ)óBaltimore police say theyíve linked a dangerous sexual predator to another brutal assault.

Nelson Clifford was already charged with two rapes in Novemberóone on Greenmount Avenue and the other in Reservoir Hill.

DNA evidence has now linked Clifford to an attempted rape on Harlem Avenue in West Baltimore.

Police say Clifford threatened the woman with an ice-pick and ordered her to undress before finally running away.

The suspect in this case has a long criminal history. Clifford was charged with sex crimes for the first time in 1997.

He is now being held without bail.

White Sail
01-16-2012, 02:23 PM

DNA links St. Louis man to holdup, rape
Posted: Friday, January 13, 2012 5:02 pm

ST. LOUIS ē Police say DNA has linked a St. Louis man to a November crime in which he allegedly accosted a woman as she got out of her car, then forced her inside her home where he raped her at gunpoint.


Jerrick D. Taylor, 27, of the 2200 block of Alberta Street, faces 10 felony counts including rape, robbery and kidnapping for the Nov. 28 incident.

According to a probable cause statement from police, Taylor encountered the woman at the 4600 block of Labadie, pointed a gun at her and demanded money. She gave him and unknown amount, then he demanded she let him inside the home, threatening to kill anyone inside.

Police said once inside he took more money from the woman's dresser before raping her.

DNA found on the victim and her clothing was recently matched to Taylor through the CODIS database. He was also identified in a lineup, police said.

Taylor was charged this week in St. Louis Circuit Court. He's being held in lieu of $350,000 bail.

01-24-2012, 01:15 PM

L.A. serial killer should get death, jury decides
December 13, 2011 | 4:25 pm


A jury on Tuesday voted for the death penalty for a former security guard already serving a life sentence for multiple murders.

Michael Hughes, 55, was convicted last month for three additional slayings. The seven-man, five-woman jury deliberated just under 30 minutes before voting for the death penalty, said Sandi Gibbons, spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney's office. He will be sentenced March 29 before Superior Court Judge Curtis B. Rappe.

In 1998, Hughes was convicted of killing four women, three of whom were choked to death and dumped in alleys in a commercial area of Culver City. He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

PHOTOS: California's most notorious killers

He was linked by Los Angeles Police Department cold-case homicide detectives using DNA evidence to the strangulation slayings of four more victims, ages 15 to 36. Last month, he was convicted in three of those killings: of Yvonne Coleman, 15; Verna Patricia Williams, 36; and Deborah Jackson, 32, also known as Harriet McKinley.

The killings came in an era when authorities say at least five serial killers, possibly more, were active in the South Los Angeles area. During the 1980s and early '90s, these killers primarily targeted young African American women, dumping their bodies in alleys, vacant buildings or parks.

At the time, the eight killings were footnotes in an era of unprecedented violence in Los Angeles that began in the 1980s. By the early 1990s, the number of homicides had soared to more than 1,000 annually compared with around 300 today.

Authorities have long suspected that Hughes was linked to killings beyond Los Angeles because of his frequent movements. He lived in Long Beach, San Diego and Michigan.

The killings came in an era when authorities say at least five serial killers, possibly more, were active in the South Los Angeles area. During the 1980s and early '90s, these killers primarily targeted young African American women, dumping their bodies in alleys, vacant buildings or parks.

This really MAKES me mad and it should reinforce what we have been saying about the libtard mainstream media and how they use their control of the US mainstream media to attempt to BRAINWASH the American public. During this same period, BEFORE the introduction of the Internet, the libtard mainstream media was attempting to brainwash the American public by insisting that there was NO such thing as black serial killers. Today, they still attempt to mislead people in regards to this by REFUSING to go national with ANY news regarding black serial killers. Thanks to the Internet and websites such as NNN, their sick twisted PC agenda which has costs THOUSANDS of innocent lives has been exposed.

"Truth is NOT racism"-Glenn Beck

"The presence of the negro is the real problem"-President Theodore Roosevelt

"Reading NNN could save your life"-Ranger

01-30-2012, 03:30 PM

Barrera Killer Dead?
By Jordan Smith, 6:31PM, Thu. Jan. 26

James Loren Brown

Austin Police say a likely suspect in the murder of Esme Barrera is dead.
At a press conference tonight police said that the man, 25-year-old James Loren Brown, has been linked through DNA to a series of attacks on women Ė including one attack around 5am on New Year's Day in the 300 block of East 31st Street, which happened just hours after Barrera was killed in her King Street cottage, just blocks west.

Brown has also been linked to four additional assaults in Central Austin Ė including three in July on South Congress and on Barton Springs Road, and a fourth in September at Comal and Haskell Sts.

Police say Brown was found earlier this month in his home in the 3000 block of Guadalupe St. Ė not far from the King Street home where Barrera was murdered just after 2:30am on Jan. 1. Brown was found dead by his roommate; Brown had apparently committed suicide.

Another woman was attacked just steps from Barrera's home, just a half-hour before the murder. The woman described her attacker to police, who generated a sketch that was widely distributed across Austin in the hopes that a suspect in the murder would be found. Police say that a detective and crime scene specialist noticed that a photo of Brown found in his home resembled the sketch of the suspect described by the woman attacked before Barrera's murder on New Year's Day.

Brown is now being investigated as a suspect in the attack on King Street and in Barrera's murder; there is a "considerable" amount of investigative work yet to be completed before police can say definitively whether Brown is responsible for Barrera's murder, says APD.

Barrera was a well-liked fixture of the Austin music scene who worked with special needs kids at Casis Elementary School and was studying for her teacher certificate.

Esme Barrera at Girls Rock Camp, July 2010

01-31-2012, 10:05 PM

San Francisco Man Arrested After DNA Linked To 1983 Cold Case Murder
January 31, 2012 3:55 PM

(L-R) Nikolaus Crumbley, William Payne, (SF Police Dept.)

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) Ė A 47-year-old man was arrested Monday in connection with a murder in San Franciscoís McLaren Park nearly three decades ago after a DNA hit linked him to the crime, police and prosecutors said Tuesday.

William Payne, of San Francisco, is accused of strangling 41-year-old Nikolaus Crumbley, who was found dead at the intersection of John Shelley Drive and Mansell Street in the park on Nov. 16, 1983, prosecutors said.

Payne, who was a teenager at the time of the crime, made his initial appearance in San Francisco Superior Court this afternoon to face the murder charge, but his arraignment was continued to Thursday morning.

He is being represented by the public defenderís office, but his attorney was not immediately available for comment on the case.

Crumbley, a resident of Killeen, Texas, had been staying in San Francisco and was seen prior to his death with another man at a local hotel, according to the arrest warrant affidavit for Payne.

He was found early the morning of Nov. 16, 1983, with his pants and underwear pulled down below his knees.

A swab of Crumbleyís rectum taken during his autopsy was tested by the San Francisco crime lab in 2004. The test found semen that was matched to Payne in the state Department of Justiceís DNA database in 2009, according to the affidavit.

A $5 million warrant was issued for Payneís arrest, and Payne was taken into custody Monday night at Walden House, a substance abuse and mental health treatment center where he was living at 890 Hayes St., police Inspector Joseph Toomey said.

Toomey said Crumbleyís parents are deceased, but a cousin was notified of the latest development in the case and ďcouldnít believe an arrest had been made.Ē

Police Cmdr. Mike Beal said a $450,000 grant for the Police Departmentís cold case unit from the National Institute of Justice helped make the arrest possible.

District Attorney George Gascon released a statement today about the importance of DNA evidence.

ďCold hit DNA is integral to bringing criminals to justice,Ē Gascon said. ďThis case shows that at times justice can be delayed but it cannot be denied.Ē

02-03-2012, 12:00 PM
http://boston.cbslocal.com/2012/02/02/accused-killer-of-mom-in-mattapan-faces-a-judge/ (video at link)

Accused Killer Of Mom In Mattapan Faces A Judge
February 2, 2012 5:46 PM

Prosecutors say Eldrick Broom killed Rosanna Camilo

BOSTON (CBS) Ė School teacher Richard Nunez was in the front row today as Eldrick Broom denied raping and murdering his wife of 17 years.

Rosanna Camilo had moved to Mattapan to get medical treatment for her very sick toddler son, as her husband stayed behind in the Dominican Republic with another child.

But last November, prosecutors say Broom, a neighbor, entered her apartment on Fairlawn Avenue and attacked her, leaving her with an electric cord wrapped around her neck. Her disabled toddler was in a nearby crib.

In court Thursday, prosecutors said Broomís DNA matched the rape kit and was under the victimís fingernails from the violent afternoon encounter.

A judge had sprung Broom from jail just a few months earlier, after his pregnant girlfriend accused him of attacking and choking her.

Now, he is charged with murdering a mother of three who came to this country seeking help.

Rosanna Camiloís 16-year-old daughter came home from school that November day to discover her momís body.

Until that point, the teenager had loved her time in the United States, and even told family she wanted to stay here for college.

Now, her dad says she doesnít ever want to set foot in this country again.