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Discussion in 'Crimes' started by Kimster, Apr 14, 2015.

  1. Cousin Dupree

    Cousin Dupree Platinum Member

    It's a fair sentence (according to legal guidelines), I guess, but life would have been my preference.
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  2. spike

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    Death comes to mind.
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  3. Cousin Dupree

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    @noZme What do you think about his sentencing?: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crim...edly-watch-bambi/ar-BBR5st5?OCID=ansmsnnews11

    Missouri poacher ordered to repeatedly watch 'Bambi'
    10 hrs ago


    A Missouri poacher has been ordered to repeatedly watch the movie "Bambi" as part of his sentence for illegally killing hundreds of deer.

    The Springfield News-Leader reports that David Berry Jr. was ordered to watch the Disney classic at least once a month during his year-long jail sentence in what conservation agents are calling one of the largest deer poaching cases in state history.

    Prosecutors say the deer were killed for their heads, with their bodies left to rot....

    This guy is a serial killer in training I'm, guessing. Also, he's most likely a psychopath and watching Bambi won't do anything to curb his urge to kill, JMO.
  4. fran

    fran Administrator Staff Member

    4 cops in ‘love rectangle’ stripped of guns so they wouldn’t kill each other

    An NYPD sergeant cheated on his cop girlfriend with a fellow officer, whose husband is also on the job — and the bosses took away everyone’s guns so they wouldn’t kill each other, sources told The Post on Monday.

    Sgt. Kandou Worley, 40, and Officer Stephanie Gallardo, 33, were both assigned to the department’s Strategic Response Group when they had their fling last year, according to an internal NYPD document.

    But their secret was revealed when Worley’s live-in girlfriend, Tyeis Coppin, a union delegate in the 32nd Precinct, found incriminating photos on his cellphone.

    One shows Gallardo, with her hair wet, gazing into the eyes of Worley, who has beads of water dotting his bare chest.

    Others show Worley nuzzling Gallardo’s face and kissing her cheek, and Gallardo snuggling into Worley’s clothed chest while he caresses the back of her head.

    In a fit of vengeance, Coppin, 41, allegedly posted the photos to Worley’s Instagram account, which bears the username “mike_lowry_78” — an apparent reference to the ladies-man detective played by Will Smith in the “Bad Boys” movie franchise.

    Captions say “I told my girl I loved her 10 mins b4 I f–ked this one,” and “She’s someone’s wife, she’s not my girl tho. I have one and this is not her!!!!”

    On the day after Christmas, Worley — who a source said served as Gallardo’s supervisor — warned her that the photos were online, and the NYPD learned about them two days later.

    Gallardo was called in for questioning, and admitted that she and Worley had a “personal relationship” during September and October.

    But Gallardo said that she’d been separated from her husband, fellow SRG cop Cristian Gallardo, 28, since March, even though they’re still living together and raising their 20-month-old daughter.

    She also claimed “that with the exception of kissing while together off-duty on a number of occasions, the relationship [with Worley] was not intimate.”

    The NYPD report says a total of nine handguns were seized from all four cops under a section of the Patrol Guide that permits impounding firearms in “non-disciplinary cases,” including those involving “stress as a result of family or other situations.”

    A law-enforcement source said the circumstances raised “the potential for violent outcomes due to the sensitive nature of infidelity and everyone having access to guns.”

    The Dec. 30 report also says the entire mess was turned over to the Special Operations Division Investigations Unit for further review, “including a review of social media.”

    All four cops were given back their guns and returned to active duty in their original assignments during the past week, pending results of the SOD investigation, an NYPD spokesman said.

    Lt. John Grimpel also said that the NYPD Patrol Guide doesn’t prohibit relationships between cops — even involving a superior and a subordinate — “except if you’re a police supervisor in the police academy.”

    “Any police officer in the academy cannot have a relationship with a recruit in the academy,” Grimpel said.

    Worley and Stephanie Gallardo both declined to comment when they answered the doors at their respective homes in Orange County on Monday afternoon.

    Neither the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association nor the Sergeants Benevolent Association returned messages.

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    Father with a cache of swords and other weapons kills his parents, girlfriend and baby daughter before cops shoot him dead as he tried to murder an eight-year-old girl in the rural Oregon home
    • Mark Leo Gregory Gago, 42, killed four members of his family at the home they shared in Woodburn, Oregon on Saturday night
    • The victims included his infant daughter Olivia Lynn Rose Gago and his 31-year-old girlfriend Shaina Sweitzer
    • His parents, Jerry William Bremer, 66 and Pamela Denise Bremer, 64, were also killed in the attack
    • Gago was shot dead by police as he tried to kill his girlfriend's eight-year-old daughter
    • The girl and another roommate survived the attack and are being treated in hospital
    • Police found numerous weapons including swords at the house and are investigating how each of the victims died
    A rural Oregon man killed four members of his family at the home they shared and was shot dead by police as he tried to kill an eight-year-old girl.

    Mark Leo Gregory Gago, 42, killed his parents, his girlfriend and their nine-month-old daughter on Saturday night before deputies shot him.

    Deputies arrived at the home in Woodburn, Oregon and found a 'horrific' scene, according to Clackamas County Sheriff's office.

    Sheriff's Sergeant Brian Jensen said the victims were not shot dead and they are investigating what was used to kill them.

    'We're not sure what was used at this time. I've been told that there were numerous weapons, swords, things of that nature in the residence,' he said.

    'The investigators are trying to determine what exactly was used to kill each person.'

    Neighbors said one of the weapons used was an axe but authorities have not confirmed that.

    The sheriff's office identified the victims as nine-month-old Olivia Gago, his 31-year-old girlfriend Shaina Sweitzer and his parents Jerry Bremer, 66, and Pamela Bremer, 64.

    Gago was attempting to kill his girlfriend's eight-year-old daughter when he was killed, according to the sheriff's office.

    Gago (pictured left) killed his eight-month-old daughter Olivia Lynn Rose Gago (left and right). Gago was attempting to kill an eight-year-old girl when police arrived

    He also killed his 31-year-old girlfriend Shaina E. Sweitzer (pictured with Gago) and his parents Jerry William Bremer, 66 and Pamela Denise Bremer, 64

    The scene of the horrific murder in the 32000 block of South Barlow Road is cordoned off

    Two family members survived the attack and were taken to nearby hospital with injuries that do not appear to be life threatening.

    They are believed to be the eight-year-old girl and a roommate who was also living at the home.

    No deputies were injured.

    Authorities said they were investigating the incident as one of 'extreme domestic violence'.

    The home is about 20 miles south of Portland and northeast of the city of Woodburn.

    The sheriff's office took an emergency call from a resident of a home at about 10.15pm on Saturday. The caller described a violent and hectic scene, Jensen said.

    He added that arriving deputies found a 'horrific' situation.

    'It was described as violent and a pretty hectic scene was being described to our call takers… deputies found deceased adult female outside the residence,' Jensen said.

    A neighbor told KOIN 6 News she did not hear anything Saturday night.

    However, she got email from the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office telling her about the homicides.

    read more ......... https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...ine-month-old-daughter-rural-Oregon-home.html
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    Alleged plot to bomb Muslim community tied to Greece Odyssey investigation
    Georgie Silvarole and Meaghan M. McDermott, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Published 11:00 a.m. ET Jan. 22, 2019 | Updated 11:07 p.m. ET Jan. 22, 2019

    An offhand remark by a Greece Odyssey Academy student during lunchtime on Friday sparked a police investigation that led to the arrest of four people in connection with an alleged plot to attack a Muslim community 40 miles east of Binghamton.

    Greece Police Chief Patrick Phelan said the probe kicked off after a 16-year-old student showed a picture of another person on his phone to friends in the cafeteria and "made a comment to the effect 'he looks like the next school shooter, doesn't he?'"

    Other students alarmed by that student's remarks reported them to school officials.

    Through a series of subsequent interviews, police were eventually led to what Phelan said was a "serious plot" to attack the community of Islamberg in Delaware County, near the Catskills.

    During the investigation, police recovered 23 firearms and three homemade bombs, Phelan said.

    "If they had carried out this plot, and we have every indication that was what they were going to do, people would have died," said Phelan. "The kid who said something saved people's lives. Everything worked and as a result, nobody's dead and that's a good story."...
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    White supremacist pleads guilty to killing a black man with a sword in New York

    By Michael Brice-Saddler and
    Mark Berman
    January 23 at 7:54 PM

    A white supremacist from Baltimore on Wednesday pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing a black man in New York City with a sword — a crime officials say was the first of many attacks on black people he had planned before turning himself in to authorities.

    James H. Jackson, 30, pleaded guilty to six counts, including a murder and hate crime charge, in the killing of Timothy Caughman in March 2017 with a Roman short sword, the Associated Press reported. Jackson told detectives he’d traveled to New York “for the purpose of killing black men,” a criminal complaint revealed.

    Police at the time said Jackson, who is a military veteran, picked New York because it’s “the media capital of the world” and he “wanted to make a statement.” He traveled to the city from Baltimore using a Bolt Bus, lodging at a Midtown hotel for a few days before wandering through Manhattan.

    “That’s true,” Jackson replied to Judge Laura Ward on Wednesday when asked whether he carried a sword and two knives as he stalked potential victims, according to the AP....
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  16. Paradise

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    Phoenix police: Arrest made in connection to sexual assault at Hacienda Healthcare

    PHOENIX (FOX 10/AP) - A nurse who was looking after an incapacitated woman at Hacienda Healthcare has been charged with raping her, weeks after she stunned her caregivers and family who didn't know she was pregnant by giving birth to a baby boy, Phoenix police said Wednesday.

    Investigators arrested 36-year-old Nathan Dorceus Sutherland, a licensed practical nurse, on suspicion of one count of sexual assault and one count of vulnerable adult abuse, Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said.

    "We owed this arrest to the victim. We owed this arrest to the newest member of our community - that innocent baby," Williams said.

    The surprise birth late last month triggered reviews by state agencies and highlighted safety concerns for patients who are severely disabled or incapacitated and prompted authorities to test the DNA of all the men who worked at the Hacienda HealthCare facility.

    Police spokesman Tommy Thompson said Sutherland was charged after his DNA was found to match the baby's. Sutherland's attorney, however, questions the evidence. The DNA evidence was reportedly obtained via a court order, after police say Sutherland refused to take or give investigators a DNA example.

    Sutherland declined to speak with police and invoked his Fifth Amendment rights, Thompson said. A message left at a phone number listed for Sutherland was not immediately returned.

    The 29-year-old victim has been in long-term care since the age of 3 and gave birth at the facility on Dec. 29. Employees said they had no idea she was pregnant. As her guardian, the woman's mother was required to submit an annual report to the court that included results of a medical exam.

    The case has prompted the departure or discipline of key figures at Hacienda HealthCare, including the CEO. The provider on Sunday announced that one doctor who had cared for the woman resigned and another had been suspended.

    Earlier stories had described the patient as being comatose or in a vegetative state, but her parents released a statement on Tuesday disputing that characterizations. They described her instead as intellectually disabled because of seizures in early childhood. While she doesn't speak, she has some mobility in her limbs, head and neck. She also responds to sound and can make facial gestures.

    The victim has been diagnosed as a quadriplegic in a non-responsive state of consciousness, according to court paperwork.

    Hacienda Healthcare released the following statement to FOX 10:

    "Every member of the Hacienda organization is troubled beyond words to think that a licensed practical nurse could be capable of seriously harming a patient. Once again, we offer an apology and send our deepest sympathies to the client and her family, to the community and to our agency partners at every level.

    Nathan Sutherland, who held a current state of Arizona practical nurse’s license and who had undergone an extensive background check upon hiring – was terminated from Hacienda the moment our leadership team learned of his arrest. As we have since the first minutes of this police investigation, the Hacienda team will continue to cooperate with investigators from multiple agencies in every way possible.

    We will do everything in our power to ensure justice in this case.

    In the past two weeks, the Hacienda team has increased security measures to ensure the safety of all our patients. We will continue to do so. We also will continue to review and improve what is already an in-depth vetting process for caregivers at Hacienda. We will not tolerate any mistreatment of a Hacienda patient, nor will we stop until every Hacienda patient is as safe as we can make them. "

    According to police, the incapacitated woman got pregnant between February and April of 2018. Court records show Sutherland and his wife had separated in May, and then filed for divorce in December, a few weeks before the baby was born.

    Sutherland was booked into jail on charges of sexual assault and vulnerable adult abuse.

    He made his initial court appearance and is being held on a $500,000 cash only bond.

  17. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Family members who have waited for answers for more than 21 years finally have one more piece of the puzzle in a case that has attracted national attention.

     Human remains found last spring in an 8-foot grave on Jennings private property officially have been identified as those of three people who went missing in 1992, the state medical examiner’s office has announced.

     Wendy Camp, 23, Cynthia Britto, 6, and Lisa Kregear, 23, were last seen in May 1992 after a trip from Oklahoma City to visit Camp’s son in Creek County.

     The ME’s confirmation came a day before what would have been little Cynthia’s 28th birthday.

     In May 2013, prosecutors showed a photo of the grave to reporters and arrested and charged Grover Prewitt, a former Cleveland restaurant owner, in connection with the triple murders. His nephew is Camp’s ex-husband.

     In the gruesome photo, remnants of clothing that matched the 1992 missing persons information were still attached to the intact skeletons, and personal items were nearby.

     Camp’s sister, Aisha Hashmi, told the American last May that the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation requested a DNA sample from her during the dig, and she knew in her heart the remains belonged to her sister, niece and friend.

     The remains were unearthed on land formerly owned by Camp’s former in-laws — former mother-in-law Beverly Noe, and Beverly’s mother (Ida Prewitt) and brother (Grover Prewitt).

     Camp and the Noes/Prewitts had a contentious relationship that centered around the custody of Camp’s son, information that is not disputed by either side and has been well-documented in the press.

    A report says Beverly Noe and Ida Prewitt claimed to investigators in 1992 that they were driving Camp back to her home to OKC after she visited her son, but an argument broke out like usual.

     Halfway to OKC, Noe said, the two older women kicked out the younger three and left them in a Walmart parking lot, never to hear from them again.

     Hashmi said she has never believed that story and thought the Prewitt family had something to do with their deaths.

     Noe told an OKC television station that she’ll stick to that story “until my dyin’ days.”

    More at link: http://www.theclevelandamerican.com...cle_d04e8ec5-3425-5010-bd03-7da719c216bb.html
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    An illegal immigrant remained in custody Monday after being linked to four fatal shooting this month that spread fear through two northern Nevada neighborhoods unaccustomed to such violence.

    Authorities investigating the killings in Washoe and Douglas counties nabbed Wilbur Ernesto Martinez-Guzman, 19, on an immigration hold Saturday, after receiving a tip. Murder charges are expected to be filed against him.

    “There was a great deal of concern and fear in the community so we just felt it was important for the public to know that we had a person in custody,” Washoe County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Bob Harmon told Fox News Monday.

    Martinez-Guzman was taken into custody in Carson City, where he had been living for a year. Officials said he had no prior arrests in Carson City.

    The FBI joined the investigation after investigators connected the four killings through ballistic evidence.


    My nephews and niece and their families live in this area. It's been extremely upsetting for our family. We're thankful the killer was caught!
  19. Cousin Dupree

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    Ohio doctor's license suspended amid review of overdoses, deaths
    Updated on: January 26, 2019 / 2:05 PM / CBS/AP

    Columbus, Ohio -- Investigations are underway into allegations that a doctor working for an Ohio hospital system ordered inappropriately high doses of pain medication to dozens of patients, leading to the deaths of at least 28 people at two hospitals.

    The Columbus-area Mount Carmel Hospital System has said six other patients under the care of Dr. William Husel received doses of fentanyl that were larger than necessary to provide comfort, but likely weren't the cause of their deaths. The patients who died under Husel's care suffered from various ailments and ranged in age from 39 to 83....
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    fran Administrator Staff Member


    TWENTY-EIGHT people!? I bet there's a ton more.

    Bet if they start going through records more thoroughly, they'll find a lot more.

    Here in California, they had an Orange County doctor go to to prison for 3o years for killing 3 of her patients.


    Doctor convicted of murder for patients' drug overdoses gets 30 years to life in prison
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