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

  1. spike

    spike Bronze Member

    What kind of monster??
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  2. kdg411

    kdg411 Resource Mod

    A man beat his 5-year-old daughter to death for not doing homework, police say


    His daughter was home-schooled, he told investigators, and she did her homework on a computer. She told him she didn’t want to do any homework that night, according to the complaint.

    That response “triggered” him, Reynolds said.

    “That’s when the discipline came in,” he told investigators. He beat her with a shoe before he began “blacking out.” He then realized she was lethargic and cradled her on the living room floor, the complaint said.

    Investigators interviewed a neighbor who reported a commotion, including Reynolds shouting, “Get up!”
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  3. noZme

    noZme Bronze Member

    Ga. Teacher Allegedly Stole $100K from a Church, Killed a Man He’d Been Dating and Died in a Head-on Collision

    Brace yourselves, there’s a lot going on in this story.

    A Georgia teacher who was accused of stealing $100,000 from a church and bonded out of jail, later killed a man he’d been dating and then died in a car crash while fleeing from police.

    Roy McClendon-Thompson, 42, a popular high school social studies teacher who used to work part-time at the Tabernacle Baptist Church as their chief financial officer. He allegedly moved more than $103,000 from its accounts to his personal funds between November 2015 and April 2018. He was booked into Fulton County jail March 21. He bonded out two days later. Three weeks after that, he became a murder suspect.

    Police said that McClendon-Thompson killed James Curtis Jones, 45, at the victim’s apartment complex in Dunwoody on Monday. Cops told WSB-TV that a cheating allegation might have led to the shooting and added that they were called to the residence two days before the fatal incident. Jones said that McClendon-Thompson threatened him, but McClendon-Thompson insisted it was he who was threatened.

    Shortly after 5 a.m. Monday, McClendon-Thompson drove to the Arrive Perimeter Apartments, across the street from Perimeter Mall, where Jones lived. Callers to 911 reported hearing shots and screams, and officers arrived to find Jones in the parking deck. He had been shot in the chest and died from his injuries.

    Police quickly identified McClendon-Thompson as a suspect and went to his residence. McClendon-Thompson, apparently realizing he was in deep trouble, decided to flee — only to die in a head-on collision.



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  4. Cousin Dupree

    Cousin Dupree Platinum Member

    I hope the person in the other car is ok.
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  5. kdg411

    kdg411 Resource Mod

    Police: Mother slashed, beaten to death after catching teen son robbing her house

    Two teenagers beat a 53-year-old woman, who was the mother of one of the suspects, with baseball bats and slit her throat after she walked in on them burglarizing her Texas home, according to court records.

    Daniel Saucedo, 18, and Matthew Dempsey, 18, are facing capital murder charges in the death of Mary Helen Dempsey, Matthew Dempsey's mother. Both were booked into the Bexar County Jail on $1 million bails.
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  6. noZme

    noZme Bronze Member


    Woman does karate, son gets naked, dog steals cornbread at Walmart


    Eau Claire Police Department

    April 11 at 3:49 PM ·
    Last night shortly before 8:30pm Officers were called to Walmart for a retail theft in progress. They were told a female, and her dog had shoplifted items from the store. When Officers arrived at Walmart they found the female, Lisa Smith 46yo, screaming in the entryway and trying to catch her dog "Bo". They also learned that her son, Benny Vann 25yo, was in the store causing problems.

    They also learned that her son, Benny Vann 25yo, was in the store causing problems.

    In trying to figure out what happened, Officers learned Smith had come into Walmart with her unleashed Dog "Bo." While Bo ran up to customers, Smith erratically started pulling apart store displays and placing them in her cart. She was asked to leave by staff and left the store to perform karate moves in the parking lot. In the meantime, Bo got a box of Jiffy Cornbread Muffin Mix and tried to leave the store. Smith was arrested and fought with Officers -- she also attempted to kick out a window on the squad car.

    When Officers approached Vann he refused to stop and attempted to run over an Officer with his scooter. Officers physically stopped the scooter and arrested Vann.

    Smith was arrested for Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest, and Misdemeanor Bail Jumping. Vann was arrested for Lewd and Lascivious Behavior, Disorderly Conduct and Retail Theft. Bo was caught by Officers in the store and brought to the Humane Association. The dog was not charged – we issued him a warning for the theft

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  7. Cousin Dupree

    Cousin Dupree Platinum Member

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  8. kdg411

    kdg411 Resource Mod

    Columbine, other suburban Denver schools on lockdown

    Columbine High School and about a dozen other schools are on lockdown as law enforcement says it is investigating what appears to be a credible threat possibly involving the schools.

    School officials say the doors were locked but classes were continuing Tuesday at Columbine and two other nearby schools and at other schools farther away in the district.

    The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office said deputies were posted at the schools involved.
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  9. Cousin Dupree

    Cousin Dupree Platinum Member


    Louisiana man charged with 100 counts of first-degree rape

    7 hrs ago

    PINEVILLE, La. — A 71-year-old Louisiana man has been charged with 100 counts of first-degree rape over allegations of criminal sexual conduct involving minors.

    The Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office tells news outlets the allegations against Harvey Joseph Fountain date to the 1970s....
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  10. kdg411

    kdg411 Resource Mod

    FBI searching for teen who planned to recreate Columbine massacre


    “She has made some concerning comments in the past. She has expressed an infatuation with Columbine and the shooting events that happened there tragically 20 years ago,” officials said at an evening press conference. That concerned authorities. They then allegedly discovered that she flew to the Denver area, left the airport and then obtained a pump-action shotgun and ammunition from a store, according to Dean Phillips, the special-agent-in-charge of the FBI in Denver.


    “Sol Pais is armed and dangerous. We are operating out of an abundance of caution. The threat is not isolated to one school or individual. Federal, state, and local law enforcement are working together to keep our community safe,” the Colorado Public Safety office wrote.
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  11. kdg411

    kdg411 Resource Mod

    Woman connected to Denver-area school threats dead of self-inflicted gunshot

    The woman at the center of a
    massive manhunt for allegedly making threats against schools in the Denver metro area, is dead, the Clear Creek County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday morning.

    Sol Pais, who the FBI said was infatuated with the 1999 Columbine massacre, was found in the woods near the Echo Lake Lodge at the base of Mount Evans in Clear Creek County about 45 miles west of Denver.

    Jefferson County Sheriff Jeff Shrader said Pais was found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

    FBI Denver

    We can confirm that Sol Pais is deceased. We are grateful to everyone who submitted tips and to all our law enforcement partners for their efforts in keeping our community safe.
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  12. kdg411

    kdg411 Resource Mod

    2 Florida middle school girls accused of plotting to murder students on 'hit list'

    A teacher observed the girls acting "hysterical" while searching for a folder in the classroom and expressing worry that they would be arrested, according to arrest reports from the Highlands County Sheriff's Office.

    "I'm just going to tell them it's a prank if they call me or find it," one of the girls said.

    The teacher then found the folder, which included handwritten notes about guns, and alerted the school's resource officer.

    In eight sheets of notes, the girls detailed plans to make contact with nine victims and how to transport three of them before killing them.
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  13. spike

    spike Bronze Member

    Ah yes. The after-theatre crowd.
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  14. guess who

    guess who Bronze Member

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  16. kdg411

    kdg411 Resource Mod

    Slain Missouri Ku Klux Klan leader's wife admits killing him

    The wife of a Missouri Ku Klux Klan leader admitted Friday to fatally shooting her husband.

    Malissa Ancona was sentenced to life in prison Friday under a deal in which she pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, tampering with evidence and abandonment of a corpse in the February 2017 death of Frank Ancona Jr., the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. Ancona, who had identified himself as a KKK imperial wizard, had recently asked his wife for a divorce, according to officials and court records.

    Malissa Ancona initially reported her husband missing, and a family fishing in southeast Missouri found his body near a river days later. She later claimed her son, Paul Jinkerson Jr., shot him while he was sleeping.

    Jinkerson faces the same charges as his mom, but she said Friday that he had no role in the shooting. She said he did help clean up the crime scene and helped dump the body, the walls of their bedroom and dispose of bloody bedding.

    "I fired both shots that killed my husband," she told Circuit Judge Wendy Wexler Horn. She said she cleaned the walls of their bedroom and disposed of bloody bedding to try to hide the crime.
  17. kdg411

    kdg411 Resource Mod

    Deadly shooting at California synagogue

    19-year-old suspect fled the scene and called 911 on himself


    The 19-year-old man who allegedly opened fire at the synagogue fled the scene and then called 911 to identify himself as the suspect, according to San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit.

    Investigators are looking into an open letter apparently connected to the suspect, San Diego Sheriff Bill Gore said. He did not elaborate on the suspect's motivations.
  18. spike

    spike Bronze Member

    It was a synagogue.
    I think we know the motive.
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  19. noZme

    noZme Bronze Member

    Seven people killed in string of rural Tennessee homicides

    Disturbing details of the crime and the suspect continued to emerge Sunday as the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation scoured two separate crime scenes in a densely wooded pocket of Sumner County near the Kentucky border.
    Victims were found Saturday in two homes about a mile from each other.

    Reports from the crime scene on Saturday night suggested five had been killed. The TBI said two other bodies were found later as agents continued their work. An eighth victim was critically injured but survived. Officials declined to say how any of the victims died; TBI spokesman Josh DeVine said the bodies had been sent for autopsies

    The crime scenes are in a wooded, rural part of northeastern Sumner County between Westmoreland and Oak Grove communities. Six of the homicide victims were found at a residence in the 1100 block of Charles Brown Road. The seventh was found in the 1500 block of Luby Brown Road.

    An eighth, injured victim was found at the home on Charles Brown Road.

    The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation named Michael Cummins, 25, as a suspect and law enforcement took him into custody after a massive manhunt Saturday night. Cummins was shot by law enforcement while being captured, but he was in good condition Sunday.

    Cummins had an extensive criminal record in Sumner County, according to court records confirmed by Sheriff Sonny Weatherford. He pleaded guilty to attempted aggravated arson and aggravated assault in Sumner County on July 19. A family friend said Cummins had tried to set a neighbor's home on fire. Other guilty pleas included domestic assault in August 2017, evading arrest in April 2017, theft in April 2017 and probation violations.

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  20. noZme

    noZme Bronze Member

    Four Shot Dead in West Chester Twp Near Cincinnati

    "Help, please help," a distraught man can be heard shouting during his 911 call. During the call, the frantic man tells dispatch that he returned home to find his wife and other family members on the ground. "They are bleeding."

    As of early Monday, police have no suspects.

    911 call to police around 9:40 p.m. Sunday:


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