Feb 28, 2014

Manhunt Continues for Black Kidnapper Who Abducted 14-YO White Girl


A manhunt contines for a 44-year-old man and a 14-year-old girl he is believed to have abducted Tuesday in Clark County for the second time since September.

Sheriff Gene Kelly said the girl, Michaela Bruce, and the public could be at risk if the suspect, Mark Edwards, attempts to do something desperate to escape capture. He is possibly armed with guns and . . . Read more

Black 'Knockout Attacker' Punches Whites in the Faces before Running to His Getaway Car


. . . police are investigating multiple reports of a man randomly punching people in the face.

Two assaults were reported on the same day, Feb. 16.

The people reported to police that a man punched them in the face in two separate incidents.

Tony Behnke relives the moments before he was attacked in the early hours of Feb. 16. It was sometime after 3:30 a.m. in the . . . Read more

White Woman Speaks-out about 'Back Seat Attack' by Doo-Ragged Black Thug


I thought he was going to kill me," Marilyn Sirmans said as she described what it was like to get into her car and get attacked by a man hiding in the back seat. "The first thing is I'm dead", said Sirmans. "He's definitely going to rape me and kill me."

Sirmans said on the night of Feb. 13, just before 10, the man asked . . . Read more

Second Black Suspect Surrenders to Sheriff's Deputies in Shooting Death of White Bystander in Hold-Up Attempt


The man believed to be the triggerman in a shooting at a LaPlace animal feed store that left a man dead and his wife injured turned himself to the U.S. Marshalls Fugitive Task Force at noon Thursday after arranging to do so through his attorney, Sheriff Mike Tregre said.

The move by Charles Mcquarter III, 22, came less than 12 hours after the first suspect . . . Read more

Black Drug Trafficker Executed for Killing White State Trooper with a Pipe Bomb


A drug trafficker who placed a pipe bomb in a gift-wrapped microwave oven in a plot to kill two potential murder witnesses was executed Wednesday for the 1992 death of a Florida highway trooper who became the unintended victim.

Paul Augustus Howell, 48, was pronounced dead at 6:32 p.m. following a lethal injection . . .

. . . [Trooper Jimmy] Fulford stopped Watson for speeding in Jefferson County. Watson was driving . . . Read more