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

  1. fran

    fran Administrator Staff Member

    Authorities Disrupt Alleged Terror Plot in Southern California

    An alleged domestic terror plot aimed at “multiple targets” in Southern California was disrupted by federal and local law enforcement agencies, sources told The Times on Monday.

    A single suspect has been arrested on domestic terror charges, according to two law enforcement officials who spoke to The Times on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the case with the media.

    One official said the plot involved “multiple targets” but declined to elaborate. A news conference to discuss the case has been scheduled for 1 p.m. in downtown Los Angeles.

    Representatives from the U.S. attorney’s office for the Central District of California, the FBI, the LAPD, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and the Long Beach Police Department are expected to speak. A source in the Sheriff’s Department confirmed that the agency was involved in the surveillance and detention of the suspect.

    Read the full story on LATimes.com.

  2. Cousin Dupree

    Cousin Dupree Platinum Member


    14 horses found dead, another 34 seized from Oregon property covered in unsanitary mud
    Apr 28, 2019, 12:16 PM ET

    Authorities have found 14 dead horses on a property in Oregon and seized another 34 after spending months trying to work with the owners to improve conditions for the animals.

    On Wednesday, the Linn County Sheriff's Office seized the horses after serving a search warrant at the home of Carol Davidson, 69, and Edward Davidson, 66, on Berlin Road just outside Lebanon, Oregon, according to a press release...
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  3. spike

    spike Bronze Member

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    guess who Bronze Member

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  5. noZme

    noZme Bronze Member

    A months-long child exploitation operation netted 82 arrests across eight southeastern states, including 31 people in Georgia, the GBI announced Friday.

    A total of 17 children were also rescued or identified as victims during the four-month sting, which involved 171 law enforcement agencies in metro Atlanta, other parts of Georgia, Alabama, Florida and the Carolinas.

    The investigation, dubbed “Operation Southern Impact III,” targeted those who possess and distribute child pornography as well as those accused of exploiting children on the internet, a GBI spokeswoman said.

    The people arrested ranged in age from 20 to 70, and included a day care administrator, a youth group leader, a firefighter, a former high school band director and a military veteran, the GBI said.

    GA Bureau of Invest@GBI_GA

    Media Advisory: “Operation Southern Impact III” nets 82 arrests in eight states of men and women in possession of child porn or attempting to have sex with a child. https://gbi.georgia.gov/press-releases/2019-05-03/82-arrested-multi-state-child-exploitation-operation-named- …“operation

    1:45 PM - May 3, 2019
  6. noZme

    noZme Bronze Member

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  7. noZme

    noZme Bronze Member

    I nominate this Post of the Month :D
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  8. noZme

    noZme Bronze Member


    The sting included search warrant executions, undercover operations, arrests and sex offender compliance visits. Police executed 134 search warrants, spoke to 215 registered sex offenders and seized more than 1,600 electronic devices, the GBI said.

    The suspects were targeted based on cyber tips from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children as well as online undercover investigations conducted by local law enforcement agencies.

    The majority of the arrests in Georgia involved the possession or distribution of child porn, including material containing the violent sexual abuse of infants and toddlers, the GBI said.

    Of the dozens arrested in Georgia, seven were apprehended after allegedly traveling to meet and have sex with minors.

    “A goal of the operation was to arrest persons who communicate with children online and then travel to meet them for the purpose of having sex,” the GBI said in a news release announcing the arrests.

    Four of the people arrested in Georgia were already registered sex offenders, including one person who was charged in 2015 after a similar GBI operation.

    The 31 people charged in Georgia are:

    •James Barfield IV, 51, Atlanta, home improvement store employee

    •Dillan M. Bell, 26, Allenhurst, unemployed

    •Gerald Chamberlain, 34, Rome, golf course maintenance worker

    •Carol Chellew, 56, Jefferson, county employee

    •Doug Chellew, 56, Jefferson, department store employee

    •Timothy Wayne Diggs, 39, Metter, information technology specialist

    •Keith James Diver, 37, Norcross, restaurant employee

    •Erick Noe Gonzalez, 26, Buford, landscaper

    •Erik Gordon, 30, Morrow, shipping company employee

    •Desmond Lemond Hasley, 27, Douglasville, staffing company employee

    •Keidron Jayquan Isham, 23, Rome, unemployed

    •Claude Martin Johnson IV, 21, Augusta, unemployed

    •Andrew Kim, 30, Suwanee, business owner

    •Jordan Logan, 33, Grovetown, painter

    •Jonathan Craig Manning, 28, Rome, railroad worker

    •Andrew J. Martz, 30, Tyrone, student

    •Matthew James McDurmond, 26, Cedartown, unknown

    •Terry Menard, 61, Roswell, multimedia designer

    •Daniel Joseph Mullinax, 35, Auburn, unemployed

    •Justin Lee Myers, 22, Cleveland, unknown

    •Andrew Benjamin Nelson, 42, Marietta, construction worker

    •Michael David Quinn, 44, Roswell, unknown

    •Matthew Steven Ramski, 37, Cumming, graphic design artist

    •Arlen Lemuel Riddle, 46, Muscadine, Ala., firefighter

    •Malchijah Robinson, 40, Decatur, unemployed

    •David Chris Sammons, 33, Eatonton, factory worker

    •Omar S. Sanchez-Viera, 40, Jonesboro, health supplement company employee

    •Chad Sitzwohl, 35, Dawsonville, factory worker

    •Wille D. Slaughter, 33, Valdosta, military veteran

    •Wan Yeung Tang, 45, Cumming, dishwasher

    •Tyler Wooten, 21, Sharpsburg, student

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  9. Cousin Dupree

    Cousin Dupree Platinum Member

    Thank God they're out of business. :loveshower:
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  10. Takeitfromme

    Takeitfromme Professional Journalist/News Reporter

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  11. spike

    spike Bronze Member

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  13. Skitt

    Skitt Bronze Member

    Another School Shooting, Colorado


    Colorado school shooting leaves 8 students injured in Highlands Ranch; 2 suspects in custody

    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. -- At least eight students are injured and two suspects were taken in custody following a shooting at a Colorado K-12 school, according to local authorities.

    The victims were taken to three different hospitals: Children's Hospital Highland Ranch received one victim in good condition, Littleton Adventist Hospital has four victims in serious condition and one in fair condition, and Skyridge Medical Center has two juveniles who were characterized as stable.

    Police are still working to secure the campus. The suspects appear to be juveniles, though it's not clear if they were students at the school, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.

    The situation began just before 2 p.m. local time at STEM School Highlands Ranch, a charter school in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, about 15 miles south of Denver. Administrators called police after hearing gunfire in the middle school, and Undersheriff Holly Nicholson-Kluth said "quite a few shots" were fired.

    First responders arrived on the scene and apprehended the suspects within minutes. There is a Douglas County Sheriff's Office substation just a block from the campus; Nicholson-Kluth described the response as a "unified effort" comprising multiple agencies.

    Federal investigators from the FBI and ATF are responding to the scene.

    "We are making all of our public safety resources available to assist the Douglas County Sheriff's Department in their effort to secure the site and evacuate the students. We are monitoring the situation in real time. The heart of all Colorado is with the victims and their families," Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said in a statement.

    Approximately 1,850 students are enrolled at the school. The campus is just miles away from Columbine High School, the scene of a 1999 school shooting where two students killed 12 other students and one teacher.

    Police are directing parents to nearby Northridge Recreation Center to pick up their children. The public is asked to avoid the area.

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    kdg411 Resource Mod

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    kdg411 Resource Mod


    4:45 PM · May 7, 2019

    *(Far left, little girl appears to be praying. May God bless these children as they try to understand.)
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  16. Cousin Dupree

    Cousin Dupree Platinum Member


    05/08/2019, 08:43pm
    Family of missing pregnant woman seeking DNA test for abandoned baby
    By Mitch Dudek, Luke Wilusz, David Struett and Manny Ramos

    Marlen Ochoa-Uriostegui was expecting a baby boy when she disappeared late last month, and now her family wants to know if a full-term baby boy found abandoned in a Northwest Side alley Tuesday, two days after her due date, belongs to her.

    Ochoa-Uriostegui’s husband, Yiovanni Lopez, 20, said Wednesday he was waiting for permission to submit DNA to see if the baby is theirs....
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  17. guess who

    guess who Bronze Member

    Placed the baby in a tote bag???
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  18. Cousin Dupree

    Cousin Dupree Platinum Member

    You have a better Idea? It was a weird situation. They handled it as best they could.
  19. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    A bizarre twist to a 3 year-old, triple murder cold case in Kentucky.

    Authorities there have arrested an American Airlines pilot in connection with the gruesome 2015 slayings.

    Christian Martin was taken into custody saturday at Louisville’s airport, wearing his uniform, after being indicted on three counts of murder, plus arson and burglary.

    The suspect is charged in a brutal, triple homicide that has haunted a Kentucky community for years.

    He’s accused of killing his former neighbors.

    In November of 2018, investigators found Pamela Phillips and her neighbor murdered in a corn field with the husband shot to death at his home.

    A spokeswoman for American Airlines said Martin has worked as a pilot for PSA Airlines, an American subsidiary, since 2018.

    He’s has been placed on administrative suspension pending the outcome of the criminal investigation.

  20. noZme

    noZme Bronze Member

    Texas murder suspect found dead after bodies of 2 children discovered in burning car

    A Texas man sought in the deaths of two children who were discovered inside a burning car was found dead Monday. An autopsy has been ordered to determine what caused his death.

    According to Cooke County Sheriff's Office, 37-year-old Mandeep Singh of Fort Worth was sought after a vehicle was discovered Sunday on fire in the middle of a roadway in the rural northwest area of the county about 18 miles northwest of Gainesville.

    The victims were two children, ages 3 and 5, and Singh was their father. Court records obtained by FOX4 said that Singh was charged with family violence in 2016 and received two years deferred adjudication.



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