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"They rape, ... They rape a 100 white women a day, ... that's FBI statistic from 2005."
-- Dylann Roof, explaining to FBI Agents why he entered Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church in Charleston, South Carolina, on June 17, 2015 and killed nine members of the black congregation attending a Bible study inside.
PUBLISHED: January 16, 2017 at 12:06 pm | UPDATED: January 16, 2017 at 1:37 PM PST
New Orleans, LA -- Detectives have identified two women suspected of using credit cards that belong to Mark Bakotic II, 21. The man has been missing since December 30, 2016. Bakotic went missing late after leaving a night club in the 800 block of South Peters Street in the Warehouse District. As of Thursday night (January 12, 2016) police identified the women as Karima Peters, 34, and Brittany Pinera, 31. The women are now considered persons of interest in the missing-persons case.
Several hours after Bakotic was last seen, Peters and Pinera used Bakotic's credit cards in the Lower 9th Ward. The two used the cards around 2:45 a.m. (December 31, 2016) at the Magnolia Discount Supermarket off North Claiborne Avenue, according to the NOPD. Investigators want to speak with Peters and Pinera.
PUBLISHED: January 13, 2017 at 11:33 AM | UPDATED: January 13, 2017 at 12:05 PM PST
On Da' Hood!
New Orleans, LA -- Quintella Williams, 30, struck and killed a pedestrian on October 24, 2015. She then drove away from the scene with the victim's body on the roof of her car. Williams actually drove several blocks with the dead woman's body on her vehicle's roof. New Orleans police said Williams was intoxicated when she struck Sakanah Franklin, 37, in the right lane of westbound traffic on North Claiborne Avenue near Kerlerec Street in Treme. The incident occurred around 5 a.m. Police said Williams struck Franklin and continued driving about six blocks with the woman's body on top of her 2007 Jeep Compass. Eye Witnesses pursued the Jeep driven by Williams. They forced Williams to stop on the on-ramp of Interstate 10. Police said Williams was arrested and Franklin was pronounced dead at the scene.
Williams was indicted Thursday (Dec. 17, 2015) by an Orleans Parish grand jury. Williams (age 29 at the time) was charged with one count of vehicular homicide in connection with the October 24, 2015 death of Ms. Franklin. Williams entered her guilty plea January 9, 2016, before Criminal District Judge Keva Landrum-Johnson. Williams was sentenced to 15 years in prison Friday (January 13, 2017) after pleading guilty to vehicular homicide. She faced a sentencing range of 5 to 30 years. The Orleans Parish grand jury indictment did not reveal Williams' blood-alcohol content percentage at the time of her arrest. However, the indictment revealed her blood-alcohol content percentage was greater than 0.15. This ensured that the first five years of her [mandatory] prison sentence be served without the possibility of probation, parole or suspension of sentence.
However, In court Friday it was revealed that Williams blood alcohol level was less than .20. A .20 blood-alcohol content percentage at the time of her arrest would have designated her offense as a crime of violence. The state agreed not to have Williams sentenced as a repeat felony offender as part of a plea agreement negotiated by her defense attorney and District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro's office. Williams has a previous conviction for theft. The plea agreement makes Williams eligible to earn a good time reduction from her sentence if she complies with Department of Corrections regulations.
Willaims made no statement in court regarding her responsibility for the death of Ms. Franklin. The victim's father declined an invitation to speak. However, the defendant's mother said she previously spoke with the dead woman's sister. They tearfully came to terms with a tragedy that struck at the hearts of two families. Williams' mother, Bridgette Perry said: "We are deeply sorry, and so sad about the whole situation. They lost a little one, and we did, too, in that she won't see anybody for a while." Williams' aunt Karen Robinson said: "She has grown a lot, spiritually," since her arrest. "She's come to believe that God has a plan and there is a reason for everything." The mother of three children aged 7, 11 and 12, Williams will be credited with time served since her arrest. She has remained jailed in lieu of a $100,000 bond.
Williams' Attorney said: "This situation was an utter tragedy for everyone involved. On the one hand, you have a woman (Franklin) who had been kind of cast off and was living the street life, who had her life accidentally and tragically taken. On the other hand, you have (Williams) a mother and daughter who was well-loved who is deprived of her family. This wasn't intentional and is something that could happen to almost anybody. It just goes to show how quickly things can happen, how quickly lives can be taken or changed forever. We just hope the victim's family also can make peace with the result."
PUBLISHED: January 11, 2017 at 12:06 pm | UPDATED: January 13, 2017 at 11:37 PM PST
She Had Me!
Fullerton, CA -- A California criminal case became even stranger and more bizarre this week. Angela Diaz, 31, the alleged victim of cyber-stalking was accused of concocting a complicated plot to frame her husband’s ex-fiancee, Michelle Hadley, 30, of Ontario in Orange County. Hadley was accused of using “rape fantasy” ads on Craigslist to send strangers to the home of Diaz. Diaz is married to Hadley’s former fiance. Prosecutors at the time said Hadley also sent Diaz numerous emails threatening her life and the life of her unborn child. Hadley was arrested in July of 2016. She was released from jail on her own recognizance in October of 2016. If Hadley had been convicted she could have faced life in prison.
A timeline released by prosecutors said Hadley starting dating a man in 2013. The man was identified in court records as U.S. Marshals Service agent Ian Diaz. In May 2015 Hadley and Diaz bought a condo in Anaheim. They planned to marry. However, three months later they split up. Ian Diaz met Diaz, his new girlfriend, on a dating site in January 2016. She moved in to the Anaheim condo the following month. In May 2016 Angela Diaz said she was pregnant with twins by Ian.
Diaz then filed a restraining order against Hadley in June of 2016. She accused Hadley woman of stalking her. Hadley was accused of posing as Diaz on Craigslist. Hadley was allegedly seeking partners for sexual acts resembling rape. Diaz told police that Hadley sent the men photos of Diaz. Hadley allegedly told the men that she wanted them to have forcible sexual intercourse with her: “even if she screamed or resisted.” Prosecutors said Diaz even called 911 last year and alleged a man came into her garage and attempted to rape her.
Prosecutors now say it was Diaz who responded to the Craigslist ads. However, police said men did show up, including a 17-year-old boy. They also say that she scratched her own neck and ripped her own shirt before making the 911 call. Prosecutors said the case was complicated based upon the fact Diaz allegedly sent the emails to herself from eight accounts using private networks and third-party servers. The purpose was to disguise her internet protocol address.
Investigators began serving search warrants to uncover the IP addresses linked to the emails after Hadley’s arrest. IP search warrants can take several months. Prosecutors say they got a break in September of 2016. Prosecutors said one IP address came back linking emails to Diaz’s Anaheim condominium. Investigators began uncovering more emails allegedly sent from Diaz’s condo: a cellphone; and her father’s home in Arizona.
The case against Hadley unraveled after authorities investigated Diaz for allegedly altering a paycheck from an employer. Police say they then uncovered other alleged fraud activity on behalf of Diaz, including: faking cervical cancer; faking a pregnancy; pretending to be an attorney; forging doctor’s notes; and impersonating two of her husband’s ex-girlfriends over email. Diaz and her husband have since separated and are going through a divorce. Diaz is awaiting extradition from Arizona. She faces up to 23 years in custody if convicted.
Hadley’s attorney said his client had to drop out of the MBA program at Chapman University. She has been afraid to leave her home because of intense media coverage. Hadley appeared briefly on Monday in Orange County Superior Court in Fullerton. She was flanked by her parents. A judge dismissed all of the charges against her. In a statement outside of the courthouse, Hadley said: “Obviously, this has been a huge nightmare for me, probably the most traumatic experience of my life. I’m glad it’s finally over, and I can move on with my life.” Hadley's lawyer said that Anaheim police should have investigated the case more thoroughly before arresting her.
Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas said authorities had good reason to arrest and charge Hadley for safety concerns. He said Hadley's arrest was based upon the continuing email threats and repeated responses on Craigslist. Rackauckas said Hadley spent more than three months in jail before investigators determined she was an “innocent victim of a diabolical scheme.” Authorities now believe that Diaz was actually behind the Craigslist ads and emails in an effort to set up Hadley. All charges were dropped against Hadley. Diaz has been charged with kidnapping: false imprisonment; and perjury. Rackauckas said: “As important as the filing of charges against Ms. Diaz is the dismissal of the previous complaint and full exoneration of Michelle Hadley. I wanted to make sure … that Ms. Hadley is cleared in every possible way – in the courtroom, and in the court of public opinion.”
Police spokesman Sgt. Daron Wyatt said he could not go into details because of anticipated litigation. The sergeant said in a statement: “D.A. Rackauckas said APD did everything right. There was a public-safety concern with strong evidence indicating Hadley was committing the crimes alleged.”
Posted: Jan 11, 2017, 1:49 AM ET ~ Updated: Jan 11, 2017, 1:46 AM PT
NORTH CANTON, OH — Jackson Township Police say the body of Ashley Zhao, 5, was found hidden at Ang's Asian Cuisine in North Canton on Tuesday. The child's body was found in the family's restaurant. The couple initially reported that Zhao went missing after taking a nap at the back of the restaurant on Monday evening. However, police say Chen struck the child several times with her fist on Monday morning. The injuries Ashley sustained resulted in her death.
Police have charged the parents of the Ohio girl. Mingming Chen is Zhao's mother (pictured above, center). She has been charged with murder. Liang Zhao is the girl's father. He was charged with complicity to murder. He is also charged with complicity to commit felonious assault. Court records do not list attorney information for Chen and Zhao.
Posted: Jan 10, 2017, 4:02 PM ET ~ Updated: Jan 10, 2017, 1:02 PM PST
HOUSTON, TX (WCJB) -- The Houston Police Department's Special Victims Child Physical Abuse Unit are asking for your help in locating fugitive Ashley Noelle Kilpatrick. Kilpatrick is wanted for an injury to a child. Investigators say on Saturday, October 8, 2016, at approximately 10:30am, Kilpatrick brutally assaulted a juvenile victim in an apartment complex located in the 2100 block of Ella Boulevard. Kilpatrick is the mother of the victim. She is allegedly responsible for hitting the child in the face and head more than ten times. She allegedly struck the child with a closed fist. Witnesses say she slammed the juvenile victim's head into a wall and attempted to choke her. The beating caused the child injury. Kilpatrick is described as a 31-year-old black female, 5'6" tall and weighing approximately 130 pounds.
Posted: Jan 9, 2017, 4:17 PM ET ~ Updated: Jan 10, 2017, 1:52 AM PST
Horsham Township, Montgomery County, PA -- Sara Packer is charged with killing her adoptive daughter last year. She worked as an "adoption supervisor" for Northampton County before being suspended in 2010. Throughout that time she also took in several foster children, authorities said Monday. Packer, the adoptive mother of 14-year-old Grace Packer, is charged in Bucks County along with Jacob Sullivan, Sara Packer's boyfriend, in the brutal death of the teen who had been reported missing last summer. Prosecutors said Packer and Sullivan acted out a rape and murder fantasy when they killed Grace Packer in Richland Township last summer and dismembered her body. Packer, 41, of Horsham Township, Montgomery County, was charged Sunday with homicide, rape, conspiracy, kidnapping and abuse of a corpse. Authorities also charged Sullivan, saying he and Packer plotted for nearly a year before the girl was killed in July.
Posted: Jan 11, 2017, 3:17 PM ET ~ Updated: Jan 12, 2017, 4:53 PM PST
Orlando, FL -- Police authorities are arresting people who may have helped Markeith Loyd as anxieties grow and the search for him continues. Three people have been arrested so far in the search for Loyd. Zarghee Mayan (pictured above, center-left). She was arrested Tuesday. Zarghee Mayan gave the hungry Loyd some free food Saturday. He did so knowing his former employee had been on the run since police said he killed his pregnant ex-girlfriend Sade Dixon and wounded her brother December 13, 2016. Loyd's niece, Lakensha Smith-Loyd (pictured above, center). She and his ex-girlfriend Jameis Slaughter (pictured above, center-right). She were arrested Wednesday. All are charged with being accessory to first-degree murder after the fact in Dixon's death.
Orlando, FL -- (WCJB) Markeith Loyd is the man accused of killing an Orlando police officer. Most defendants appear with an attorney and remain silent the first time they go before a judge. Loyd was combative and used profane language while offering a defense to his accused crimes. In an unusual first court appearance he said he plans to represent himself and yelled "f--- you!" to the judge as he left the room. It was the first time Loyd, who also had white gauze covering his left eye and a bandage on his head, appeared in court since his arrest Tuesday night. His arrest ended a nine-day manhunt for him.
Judge Jeanette Dejuras Bigney attempted to stop Loyd from talking and reminded him that everything he said was being recorded. Loyd, 41, said he understood and continued, saying police were "making up shit, like I just went in there and shot this girl." Loyd was referring to the night his pregnant ex-girlfriend Sade Dixon was shot to death.
"Y'all portraying this shit to the news people like I just went there and shot this girl when there were other guns found on the scene," he said. "...A gun was pulled on me first, but y'all acting like I just went there and shot her."
When Bigney asked if he realized the punishment he faces and the seriousness of his accused crimes, Loyd said, "It don't matter."
Bigney ordered Loyd, who was wearing a protective dark green vest and handcuffs that were wrapped around his waist, remains in the Orange County Jail without bail. Two corrections officers stood on either side of him, holding his arms.
Posted: Jan 9, 2017, 4:17 PM ET ~ Updated: Jan 9, 2017, 1:17 PM PST
ORLANDO, FL — An Orlando Police officer shot in the line of duty Monday morning has died from her injuries as the search for the accused shooter continues. That search has also claimed the life of an Orange County Sheriff's Office deputy. The deputy died as a result of a related traffic crash.
Posted: Jan 6, 2017, 2:17 PM ET ~ Updated: Jan 9, 2017, 1:17 AM PST
CHICAGO, IL - Four Eighteen year old suspects identified as Tesfaye Cooper, Brittany Covington, Tanishia Covington, all of Chicago and Jordan Hill, of suburban Carpentersville, were charged with hate crimes Thursday. The charges are in connection to a video broadcast live on Facebook that showed a mentally disabled white man being beaten: taunted; threatened with a knife; and forced to drink from a toilet. The assault went on for hours. Chicago police later found the disoriented victim walking along a street. The four suspects can be heard on the video using profanities against white people and President-elect Donald Trump. The suspects are jailed without bond.
The details of this crime are sickening to describe. The victim is a mentally-challenged white man. The torture included having his hair cut with a knife until his scalp bled. He also had cigarette ashes flicked onto him by his taunting assailants.
The victim was dropped off by his parents at a McDonald’s restaurant a suburb northwest of Chicago, on Saturday, in Streamwood. Streamwood is a suburb northwest of Chicago. They believed he would be spending the night with Hill. Hill was believed to be his friend and school acquaintance. Hill allegedly picked up the victim in a stolen van. The victim assumed the van was Hill’s. The two drove to Chicago’s West Side. They visited with friends for two days and slept in the van overnight. The victim’s parents went to Streamwood police and reported him missing on Monday night. They told police they had not heard from their son since Saturday when they dropped him off.
On Tuesday the victim and Hill went to the Covington sisters apartment. Several hours later, a “play fight” between the victim and Hill escalated. The suspects then bound him and began to assault him. The video shows the victim with his mouth taped shut as his captors appear to repeatedly assault him. Video of the incident was posted live on Facebook but was later removed.
The victim was bound and gagged as he was kicked and slapped by the suspects. The brutal beating streamed live on Facebook. During the assault the black attackers yelled “Fuck Trump!” and “Fuck white people!” The boy's parents were receiving text messages form the perpetrators throughout the ordeal. Police were alerted.
Officers eventually found the boy wandering the streets of the West Lexington area of the city on Tuesday afternoon. Chicago Police say he was in a disoriented state of mind and condition. He was taken to the hospital for treatment. A statement from Chicago Police said: “At 5:26 p.m. officers then responded to a battery at a residence on the 3300 block of W. Lexington where they discovered signs of a struggle and damage to the property and where able to link this evidence to the disoriented male. Officers later became aware of a social media video depicting a battery of an adult male which is believed to be the same individual.” It is believed the victim, aged 18 and mentally handicapped, knew one of the attackers. Police believe he initially went with them willingly. Police also believe he had been with the group for 24 hours.
The four suspects were arrested Wednesday. They were charged the next day in connection with what a police official called a “brutal act.” The four are charged with hate crime: aggravated kidnapping; aggravated unlawful restraint; and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Hill, Cooper and Brittany Covington were additionally charged with residential burglary. Hill also was charged with possession of a stolen motor vehicle. In video statements to investigators, the suspects admitted to beating and kicking the victim and making him drink toilet water, police said.
Posted: Jan 6, 2017, 2:17 PM ET ~ Updated: Jan 9, 2017, 1:17 AM PST
Chicago, IL -- Jon Graham Burge is a convicted felon and former Chicago Police Department detective and commander who gained notoriety for torturing more than 200 criminal suspects between 1972 and 1991 in order to force confessions.
Posted: Dec. 27, 2017, 2:17 PM ET ~ Updated: Jan 9, 2017, 1:17 AM PST
SAN LEANDRO, CA — Tikisha Upshaw, 37, is an East Bay marijuana grower. She was charged Tuesday with murder and other crimes. Upshaw allegedly hired two hitmen from Tennessee to kill her business partner. She is suspected of hiring Johnny Wright Jr. and Chariott Burks of Memphis, Tennessee to kill Adan Katami, 38.
Katami was a father from Antioch. He was fatally shot on a July afternoon while waiting in his truck to turn at Meekland Avenue and West Blossom Way in Cherryland. Katami was on his way to pick up his 4-year-old daughter. Police say Wright Jr. allegedly got out of a car driven by Burks and shot Katami. Wright Jr. and Burks were arrested a short time later. They are facing multiple charges, including murder.
An investigation into why the alleged killers traveled from Memphis to Alameda County led sheriff’s homicide detectives to Upshaw. Upshaw is a San Leandro resident who also goes by Tikisha Ong. Sheriff’s spokesman, Sgt. Ray Kelly, said a search of Upshaw’s San Leandro home uncovered a “sophisticated illegal [pot] grow” operation. Upshaw and Katami went into business together and “at some point that business relationship turned hostile.” Kelly continued: “As a result, Upshaw put a hit out on Katami. We have pretty solid evidence that that’s the case.”
Kelly declined to elaborate on the evidence. The murder weapon was never found. Police said the attack was targeted: almost like they knew his route; his lifestyle; and his daily operations. Authorities have also charged Wessley Brown, 38, of Berkeley with murder. Brown allegedly acted as a middleman between Upshaw and the hitmen.
Upshaw was working to open Green Gods Compassion earlier this year. The business is a medical marijuana business. The location of the business was reportedly in San Francisco near the Daly City border. Rev. Amos Brown, president of San Francisco’s NAACP, endorsed Upshaw’s application with the city. He said at the time "the Bay Area lacked African American-owned cannabis businesses." On Wednesday Brown said: “I’m really shocked to hear this.” Brown said Upshaw volunteered at the NAACP. “My goodness.”
Upshaw also met with prominent San Francisco politicians. However, she ultimately did not get the permit. Wayne Justmann is an adviser and consultant for medical marijuana dispensaries. Justmann said: “I thought she was always very charming, very professional. Every time we had a meeting at City Hall she would have a briefcase and a lovely suit on.” Justmann said in recent months Upshaw deleted her social media accounts and either turned off her phone or got a new number. He said: “I kind of thought that was odd.”
The news also stunned Robert Tankson, a founder of Presto Doctor. His company allows patients to get medical marijuana cards through online appointments with doctors. Tankson said his company was partnering with Upshaw to open her dispensary. Tankson said: “She seemed like a stand-up person. I would have never expected that.”
POSTED 5:28 PM, FEBRUARY 6, 2014
(Memphis) A Memphis mom is locked up on $50,000 bond accused of trying to run down the father of her child and his fiance.
It happened in the 3400 Block of Metropolitan near the airport area.
Police said Chariott Burks went to Derrick Taylor's apartment to pick up their three-year-old daughter and got upset when Taylor asked her why she was late.
Witnesses say Burks put her car in reverse and tried to hit Taylor's fiance with her car and then drove around a dumpster to try to hit Taylor.
Taylor's sister says the three-year-old was in the car with Burks at the time and says Burks came close to hitting an 11-year-0ld girl who also outside.
Danielle Taylor-Tate says Burks has tried to hit her brother before with a car and just missed him this time.
"I know she's got things going on in her life, but everyone has problems. You aren't suppose to take it out like that," said Tate.
Court records show Burks was arrested in 2011 for domestic violence.
She is charged with two counts of aggravated assault.
Posted: December 16, 2016 at 12:19pm PST ~ Updated: Jan. 9, 2017 02:25 AM PST
Hercules, CA -- Desire Borela, 19, is the Hercules teenager who police say killed her her ex-boyfriend by running him over with her vehicle. She is accused of then dragging him around in circles around the parking lot of an apartment complex. Her ex-boyfriend, Ian Irby, 22, was pronounced dead in the parking lot. The estranged couple didn’t live together. They just lived in the same complex. Borela was charged with vehicular manslaughter with an enhancement for fleeing the scene on Friday. Investigators originally asked prosecutors to charge Borela with second-degree murder. It unclear why the charge was lessened.
Posted: Jan 6, 2016 12:19pm PST ~ Updated: Jan. 9, 2017 03:12 AM PST
EAST PALO ALTO, CA — Danielle Matko, 33, of Belmont, is a female teacher at an East Palo Alto charter school. She is facing several charges that she performed sexual acts on two teenage male students over a two-and-a-half-month span last fall. Matko was arraigned Tuesday on four counts of lewd and lascivious acts covering three encounters with the boys. Both boys are 15 years old. She allegedly performed oral sex on the boys in her classroom at East Palo Alto Aspire Phoenix Academy on Garden Street.
San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said that between Sept. 1 and Nov. 14, 2016, Matko engaged in sexual conduct on two occasions with one of the victims. She allegedly engaged in sexual activity on one occasion with both victims. The allegations cover sexual contact between the defendant and the teens. In one instance she is suspected of performing oral sex on the first victim. All of the purported crimes are believed to have taken place in Matko’s classroom, during free periods and after school.
Wagstaffe said the allegations surfaced after the boys told friends about them. One of the friends contacted a legal-aid attorney, who in turn notified police. Wagstaffe said authorities have not identified any other victims. He said: “As it sometimes happens, people may come forward; we don’t know yet. If there are more, we are certainly interested in speaking to them.” He added that the county “rarely” comes across cases of teacher-student sexual conduct involving a female teacher and male students.
Matko denies the allegations. She was arrested December 1, 2016. She was soon freed after posting bail. Matko pleaded not guilty at her arraignment Tuesday. Judge Mark Forcum increased Matko’s bail from $150,000 to $250,000 after prosecutors alleged she attended a soccer game in which one of the boys participated. Matko is out of custody after posting the new bail. She also faces two additional charges because she allegedly committed the crimes while serving as a caretaker for the victims. The judge also issued a protective order barring her from contacting the teens.
Neither Matko nor her attorney could be immediately reached for comment. Aspire officials did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Matko is next scheduled to appear in court March 23, 2017 for a preliminary hearing. Wagstaffe said the boys may testify at the preliminary hearing.
Posted: March 24, 2016 at 12:19pm PST ~ Updated: Jan. 9, 2017 02:25 AM PST
Los Angeles, CA -- Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey has accepted more than $10,000 worth of gifts over the last four years from criminal defense attorneys, police unions, business owners, prosecutors in her office and others who could have an interest in influencing her decisions as one of the most powerful law enforcement officials in the county, according to state records. The gifts include necklaces and a pearl box, sporting event tickets, bottles of wine, clothing and a glass rose dipped in 24-carat gold, the records show. A media review of state disclosure records found that Lacey’s gift taking exceeded the amount disclosed over the same time period by the district attorneys of other large California jurisdictions. These jurisdictions include Orange County, San Diego, Riverside and San Bernardino. San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón disclosed more than $18,000 worth of gifts. Approximately $17,000 of the gifts Gascón's received were for travel payments from organizations for speaking and panel events. The state’s political ethics law allows public officials to accept gifts totaling $460 from any single source in a calendar year. However, the law requires officials to disclose the gifts on public forms. These forms are known as statements of economic interest. In Lacey’s case, the forms reveal dozens of gifts over the last three years.
Posted: March 24, 2016 at 12:19pm PST ~ Updated: April 4, 2016 10:25 AM PST
New York -- Former Miss Jamaica World contestant and JetBlue flight attendant Marsha Gay Reynolds left behind 70 pounds of cocaine worth up to $3,000,000 after flinging off her heels and running from security. Reynolds surrendered to federal authorities at John F Kennedy International Airport, though it wasn't immediately clear how she reached New York. Reynolds is a resident of New York. She is expected to be in federal court in Brooklyn on Thursday, according to US Attorney's spokesman Thom Mrozek.
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Description: Chicago, IL – Four Eighteen year old suspects identified as Tesfaye Cooper, Brittany Covington, Tanishia Covington, all of Chicago and Jordan Hill, of suburban Carpentersville, were charged with hate crimes Thursday. The charges are in connection to a video broadcast live on Facebook that showed a mentally disabled white man being beaten: taunted; threatened with a knife; and forced to drink from a toilet. The assault went on for hours. Chicago police later found the disoriented victim walking along a street. The four suspects can be heard on the video using profanities against white people and President-elect Donald Trump. The suspects are jailed without bond.