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Old 11-13-2007, 05:52 PM
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Jerome be charged for vicious 2001 rape

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, Molinelli’s acting chief of detectives. Once a match was made, Bergen investigators were able to learn his whereabouts, the acting chief said.

“This was really a combination of technology and good police work,"¯ Macellaro said.

Detectives from Englewood and the prosecutor’s 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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Old 11-24-2007, 11:15 AM
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Suspect in murder and rapes faces charges in another case

ST. LOUIS — 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.
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Old 12-02-2007, 10:53 AM
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Default Negro DNA'd to 1994 Rape/Near Beheading - Victim Lived!

(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 Attorney’s 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 Harper’s 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.

“During the course of this offense, the suspect sexually assaulted the victim, cut her throat and left her for dead"¯ 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, “he cut her throat from ear to ear"¯ and “did his best to kill her."¯

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

Police had a description – a slender black man in his early 30s with short hair, a light mustache and wearing gold wire-rimmed glasses – 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 Harper’s case, he’d be in his mid 60s when released.
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Old 12-26-2007, 05:43 PM
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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
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Old 12-31-2007, 01:45 PM
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Default Nigga Caught By White Man's Voodoo!

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.
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Old 01-11-2008, 05:49 PM
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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. It’s just one more reason he's relieved the suspect has been convicted.
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Old 01-12-2008, 01:47 AM
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Default Gas Company Nigga Arrested For Rapes

YT Voodoo Captures Affirmative Action Rapist

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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.
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Old 01-12-2008, 08:28 AM
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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????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????

The only contribution the nigger brings to white society is misery and chaos!!!!
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Old 01-13-2008, 04:07 AM
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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.
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Old 01-15-2008, 12:25 PM
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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.
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