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Re: THE "WHO CAUGHT A CASE TODAY" THREAD
« Reply #465 on: August 10, 2020, 02:26:04 pm »
Monday, 10th August 2o2o
White Man Charged with Murder of Fort Hood Soldier
by Christine Pelisek







A Texas man has been charged with the murder of a Fort Hood soldier who was found fatally shot on the side of a road in May.

Brandon Michael Olivares, 28, is accused of killing 27-year-old Pfc. Brandon Scott Rosecrans, a quartermaster and chemical equipment repairer who had been assigned to the 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division since November 2018.

Police said Olivares and Rosecrans, a National Defense Service Medal recipient, were traveling together in Rosecrans’ Jeep Renegade before he was shot.

His body was discovered at 10:16 a.m. on May 18th on a secluded road in Harker Heights.

Rosecrans’ Jeep was found about four miles away, engulfed in flames, 11 minutes later.

It is unclear how the two knew each other or the possible motive behind the murder.

“This is not over,” Rosecrans’ father Thomas Berg told the Statesman.

“It is a victory, but at the same time this is just a piece of news until we can put this all together.”

Rosecrans’ murder is one of several deaths involving Fort Hood soldiers this year.

In late June, the partial remains of missing 20-year-old Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen were discovered in a shallow grave near the Leon River in rural Bell County.

Guillen’s suspected killer, Spc. Aaron David Robinson, 20, died by suicide as police closed in on him.

Earlier that month, the remains of Pvt. 2nd Class Gregory Wedel-Morales, who was missing for 10 months, were discovered in a field in Killeen.

Police suspect foul play, KTRK reports.

According to the Harker Police Department, an arrest warrant was issued for Olivares, who was already in custody on unrelated charges, on August 5th.

PEOPLE was unable to confirm whether he has an attorney.

He is being held on $1 million bail.



















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Re: THE "WHO CAUGHT A CASE TODAY" THREAD
« Reply #466 on: August 13, 2020, 12:23:42 pm »
Thursday, 13th August 2o2o
White man arrested after cops find dozens of pipe bombs near strip mall
by Nelson Oliveira







A Florida man was arrested early Thursday morning after police found and disabled more than two dozen pipe bombs near a strip mall in Boynton Beach.

Gregory Haasze, 34, reportedly admitted to placing the explosives in a grassy area to remove tree stumps.

He told police he bought the explosive materials on eBay and built the devices himself, authorities said.

Officers were initially called to the scene late Wednesday night to investigate a report of a loud noise.

They ended up finding several “suspicious objects” and decided to shut down traffic and evacuate some of the homes and businesses in the area out of an abundance of caution, police said in a series of fakebook posts.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad, which was called to assist in the investigation, found 26 PVC pipe bombs in the grassy area and in a nearby dumpster, according to an arrest report obtained by The Sun-Sentinel.

It was unclear how many devices had exploded before police arrived, but there were no reports of injuries.

Haasze told police he has been making pipe bombs for years and detonates them for different reasons such as celebrating Fourth of July, the Sentinel reported.

The suspect admitted to denotating three bombs this week and to throwing all his materials in the dumpster after he saw police officers in the neighborhood, authorities said.


Some of his bombs contained screws, nails and pellets, according to police.

“We are grateful that no one was injured as a result of these devices,” the Boynton Beach Police Department wrote on fakebook.

Haasze was charged with 26 counts of making, possessing, throwing, projecting, placing or discharging a destructive device.

















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Re: THE "WHO CAUGHT A CASE TODAY" THREAD
« Reply #467 on: August 13, 2020, 02:58:19 pm »
Thursday, 13th August 2o2o
White Woman Charged with Murder After 18-Year-Old’s Body Found in Plastic Tub Inside Basement
by Alberto Luperon







Maddison Leidy, 26–who was already facing an abuse of corpse case in the matter–is now being prosecuted for murder and drug delivery resulting in death, according to records viewed by Law&Crime.

The defendant was first arrested on Janauary 17, the day after the victim’s body was allegedly found in the basement of Leidy’s home.

Police had been there to arrest the defendant on a probation violation, according to CBS Philadelphia.

Schweikert had gone missing September 2019, last seen two miles from Leidy’s home, according to The Philly Voice.

The victim was the mother of a toddler.

Schweikert’s cause of death was immediately unclear, but sources cited by KYW Newsradio in a Wednesday report claimed that heroin and fentanyl were in the victim’s body when died.

Leidy’s court-appointed attorney in the abuse of a corpse case, James T. Marsh, declined to comment when Law&Crime reached him by phone, saying that a lawyer had not been assigned in the new charges.

A preliminary arraignment took place Wednesday.

A preliminary hearing in the new homicide prosecution is scheduled for August 26th.

Records show Leidy remains behind bars at the Riverside Correctional Facility.


















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Re: THE "WHO CAUGHT A CASE TODAY" THREAD
« Reply #468 on: August 17, 2020, 04:40:18 am »
Monday, 17th August 2o2o
White Man Planned More Than 8 Months to Kidnap Florida Homeowner
by Alberto Luperon





A South Carolina man was armed a knife, zip ties, duct tape, and mace in a botched kidnapping attempt, said deputies in Hillsborough County, Florida.

Phillip A. Thomas II, 24, was arrested Sunday, according to authorities.

“Our deputies are unveiling the suspect’s disturbing obsession with this homeowner who he had never met, but stalked on social media for years,” said Sheriff Chad Chronister.

“It’s frightening to think of all the ways this incident could have played out had the home alarm not gone off and alerted the homeowner of an intruder. Our deputies arrived within minutes and arrested this man who was clearly on a mission to inflict harm.”

Thomas stalked the target online for years, and plotted for more than eight months to take the person hostage, deputies said.

He parked his car at a church in Lutz, and walked to the residence, according to authorities.

He allegedly cut out a hole in the patio screen, and stayed there for about three to four hours watching and listening.

The homeowner went to bed, and that’s when Thomas entered through the back sliding glass door, deputies said.

Problem was, there was an alarm.

It went off.

According to officials, the homeowner spotted Thomas while looking out the window.

They and a guest drove off, and called 911.

Deputies said they found Thomas still inside the home.

The defendant is currently being held at the Hillsborough County jail without bond for a count each of aggravated stalking, armed burglary of a dwelling,  attempted armed kidnapping, and criminal mischief.

Records show no attorney of record as of Sunday.

The home belonged to Daria Berenato, who is also known as the WWE wrestler Sonya Deville, according to The Tampa Bay Times.


















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Re: THE "WHO CAUGHT A CASE TODAY" THREAD
« Reply #469 on: August 17, 2020, 02:16:03 pm »
Monday, 17th August 2o2o
White man found dead in jail cell
by David Matthews







A Florida man who confessed to planting more than two dozen pipe bombs last week was found dead in his jail cell Saturday.

According to the Sun Sentinel, Gregory Samuel Haasze, 34, spent two days in Palm Beach County jail before he was found unresponsive by a deputy around 8:50 p.m. with a torn sheet tied around his neck.
Life-saving measures were attempted by the deputy and paramedics who came to the scene, but Haasze was declared dead shortly after 9 p.m.

Haasze was arrested last Wednesday after police found multiple pipe bombs in Boynton Beach, about an hour north of Miami.

Haasze faced 26 counts of making, possessing, throwing, projecting, placing or discharging a destructive device and was being held on $130,000 bond.

The bombs were found in a high-traffic area with multiple large retail locations and apartment complexes after reports of a loud noise.

The discovery led to evacuations and panic but no injuries were reported.


The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad disabled each of the devices.

Some of the bombs had nails, pellets and screws inside, police said.

Haasze told investigators he had bought the supplies on eBay with his phone.

Before his death he told investigators he used the explosives for celebrations and removing tree stumps.

Neighbors told federal investigators who joined the case that Haasze was known to make and detonate explosive devices.

















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« Reply #470 on: August 19, 2020, 07:08:40 am »
Wednesday, 19th August 2o2o
White Man Charged with Murder in Alleged Machete Attack on Colorado Family
by Alberto Luperon







A white man has been charged in a horrifying machete attack in Colorado.

The 17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office announced their prosecution of Lonny Lynn McNair, 48, on Tuesday.

Authorities said Brighton cops responded to a 911 call on August 11th.

Officers found Bonnie Lynn Skinner, 51, covered in severe lacerations and lying in a pool of blood outside of a home, according to a press statement obtained by Law&Crime.

She was pronounced dead at the Platte Valley Medical Center.

Her husband, daughter, and a family friend were injured.


For example, police said the daughter lost a pinky finger in the attack.

McNair fled and proceeded to lead police on a high-speed chase, but he crashed and was arrested, prosecutors said.

The suspect faces charges of first-degree murder after deliberation, first-degree felony murder, three counts of attempted first-degree murder, first-degree assault against an at-risk person, two counts of first-degree assault, two counts of first-degree burglary, second-degree assault, vehicle eluding, and 12 counts of crime of violence.


He was told of his charges at the Adams County District Court, and is scheduled for a preliminary hearing to take place on November 6th, prosecutors said.

Police suggest that the alleged murder stemmed from a previous interaction.

“Our understanding is that this was a person the family knew and was trying to help out in the past and recently there had been some misunderstandings between them and that may have been the motivation,” Brighton police spokesman John Bradley said, according to CBS Denver.




















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« Reply #471 on: August 20, 2020, 04:49:32 am »
Thursday, 20th August 2o2o
Two white suspects arrested following racial harassment allegations
by Bill Hutchinson






When numerous complaints made to police failed to stop the alleged harassment from several of her white neighbors, Jennifer McLeggan, a single Black mother, posted a large handwritten sign on the front door of her New York residence informing the community "I live in FEAR for my life at home."

McLeggan, a registered nurse, listed on the sign a litany of allegations against her neighbors, including dropping dog feces on her property in the Long Island town of Valley Stream and shooting a pellet gun across her yard in a dangerous way at a nearby sign.

The three years of alleged harassment culminated on Monday with the arrests of two of her neighbors, John McEneaney, 57, and his live-in girlfriend, Mindy Canarick, 53.

"The last straw was the dead squirrels for me," McLeggan, 39, told ABC News of the rodents she said she found in her yard and accused McEneaney of placing them there.

"I think enough was enough at that point. That to me was a sign -- you meant me harm."

Up until that point, McLeggan "suffered in silence," one of her attorneys, Heather Palmore, told ABC News.

"She thought that they were really going to do something to her. So, she posted the sign on her door and that's really what caused this whole thing to go viral," Palmore said.

McLeggan said she put the sign up at her home out of fear for her life.

"I put [up] the sign in case something would happen and ... someone would see there’s a baby inside and kind of, at least, call my mom to pick up the baby," said McLeggan, who wrote on the sign,

"My name is Jennifer and I am a single mom and Registered Nurse."

Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas said she immediately launched an investigation into McLeggan's complaints once she was informed of the sign posted on her home in early July.

"I was heartbroken when I saw the sign on Ms. McLeggan's door," Singas said in a video statement announcing the arrests of McEneaney and Canarick.

"Nassau County is a very safe place to live and no one should feel threatened in their own home. I hope that [McLeggan] and her daughter can sleep better tonight knowing that we have her back and that those who harass their neighbors will be held to account for their actions."

Singas said that while investigators from her office did not find evidence to support a hate crime, the alleged conduct of McEneaney and Canarick "crossed the line between being a bad neighbor and into the realm of criminality."

McEneaney was charged with criminal mischief in the fourth degree and harassment in the first degree, both misdemeanors. Canarick was charged with criminal tampering in the third degree, also a misdemeanor.

The couple was released following an arraignment at the Hempstead District Court.

Singas said that in an attempt to "prevent future contact and harassment," Judge Erica L. Prager granted a request from her office for an order of protection against the suspects.

But McLeggan told ABC News that she feels even less safe for her and her baby knowing the suspects are still living next door.

"I just feel like now they’re more dangerous because now they’ve been arrested," McLeggan said.

Following the arraignment, McEneaney told reporters that the charges against him and Canarick were "absolutely ridiculous."

"When she moved in, I thought, 'This is great, I finally have a neighbor I can talk to, I can help her with things around her house,'" said McEneaney as Canarick stood next to him.

Palmore said that McLeggan, 39, was pregnant with her now 2-year-old daughter when she moved to Valley Stream in 2017 from an apartment she was renting in Queens, New York.

















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« Reply #472 on: August 26, 2020, 01:22:11 pm »
Wednesday, 26th August 2o2o
White woman slaps Black child & hurls racist slur
by Nelson Oliveira





A white woman faces felony charges after police said she slapped an 11-year-old Black child in the face and called him a racist slur following a go-kart crash at a Florida amusement park last weekend.

Haley Zager, 30, was driving a go-kart at Boomers in Boca Raton on Saturday night when the boy accidentally bumped his vehicle into hers, according to a police report.

Authorities said the suspect confronted the child after the ride, struck him the face and hurled a racist insult at him in front of at least three park employees.

Zager reportedly admitted to hitting the victim, but she denied using a slur.

The boy had a swollen eye and was treated by paramedics at the scene.

While searching the woman, police say they found a container of prescription pills in her underwear and charged her with multiple drug crimes.

She was taken into custody and charged with one count of cruelty toward a child and four counts of illegal possession of a controlled substance, jail records show.

















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« Reply #473 on: September 22, 2020, 04:46:45 am »
Tuesday, 22nd September 2o2o
gop lawmaker indicted for allegedly choking woman with Ethernet cable

by Matthew Chapman








On Monday, The Washington Post reported that Kentucky state Sen. Robert Goforth has been indicted for strangulation and assault, after allegedly attacking a woman with an Ethernet cable.

“Earlier this year, a woman said Goforth, 44, strangled her with an Ethernet cable to the point where she had trouble breathing and threatened to ‘hog tie’ her, according to a police report reviewed by the newspaper,” said the report.

“The charges have renewed calls from local Democrats for Goforth, a staunch supporter of Individual-1 who had previously been accused of sexual assault, to resign from his seat. Neither he nor his attorney, Conrad Cessna, immediately responded to requests for comment from The Washington Post.”

Ironically, Goforth, who ran a primary challenge against unpopular ex-Gov. Matt Bevin in 2019, helped push through legislation that upgraded strangulation to a felony.

“Goforth, a high school dropout who was raised in poverty by a single mother in eastern Kentucky, was first elected in 2018 to represent the state’s 89th House district, a deep-red swath of countryside where the sale of alcohol remains illegal in most areas,” said the report.

“The Army veteran and pharmacist quickly made a name for himself in the statehouse by championing socially conservative causes, including proposing a ‘heartbeat abortion’ bill that would have banned the practice as early as the sixth week of a pregnancy.”


















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« Reply #474 on: September 27, 2020, 06:19:40 pm »
Sunday, 27th September 2o2o
White man sentenced to 1 year in jail for violating state's Covid-19 rules
by Anna Sturla and Laura Ly








A Maryland man was sentenced to a year in jail for holding two large parties and violating the state's order against large gatherings, according to the Charles County state's attorney's office.

Shawn Marshall Myers, 42, was arrested after holding the parties in late March.

Maryland's Covid-19 social distancing rules banned gatherings of more than 10 people, according to the office of Gov. Larry Hogan.

Myers was convicted Friday of two counts of failure to comply with an emergency order and will serve his one-year sentence at the Charles County Detention Center, the state's attorney's office said in a press release.

Myers' attorney, Hammad S. Matin, did not respond to CNN's requests for comment.

After being confronted by law enforcement at his home in Hughesville, Maryland, on March 22nd, Myers agreed to disband the first gathering of about 50 people, after initially being "argumentative" with officers, the state's attorney's office said.

Myers held a second party with more than 50 people only five days later, though, which he refused to end, according to prosecutors.

"Officers told Myers to disband the party, but again he was argumentative claiming he and his guests had the right to congregate," the release stated.

"Beyond being argumentative, Myers directed his guests to stay in defiance of Governor Hogan's Orders and the officers' lawful orders to disband the party."

Myers was taken into custody after officers were unable to obtain his cooperation, prosecutors said.

District Court Judge W. Louis Hennessy also sentenced Myers to three years of unsupervised probation upon his release and ordered him to pay a $5,000 fine, according to the release.

CNN has also reached out to the Charles County Health Department on whether any Covid-19 cases in the county can be traced to the gatherings that Myers hosted.

Maryland currently has 122,972 Covid-19 cases and 3,935 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University's Covid-19 tracking project.












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« Reply #475 on: October 11, 2020, 11:16:13 am »
Sunday, 11th October 2o2o
2 Black Police Officers Murdered By white Man In South Carolina Shootout
by Bossip Staff





74-year-old Frederick T. Hopkins has been charged with the double murder of two Black police officers in Florence, South Carolina.


Sgt. Terrence Carraway died on the scene back on October 3rd and Investigator Farrah B.

Turner died this past Monday after weeks of fighting to stay alive.

Police went to Hopkins home earlier this month to talk to his son about a sexual assault investigation and things went very, very left.

The shootout left 6 officers shot, one who is still in critical condition and the two who have passed away.

ABC Columbia reports that Turner had to have both of her feet amputated and underwent 9 surgeries.


Shaun King took to Instagram to point out the fact that Republicans, the NRA and other far right groups who were screaming “blue lives matter” as a faux outraged response to “Black Lives Matter” haven’t said a peep.

The same people who spouted off false narratives about the “Ferguson effect” haven’t a word to say about this.

Guess you gotta be white AND blue for your life to matter.

Sad, but not the least bit surprising.
























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« Reply #476 on: October 17, 2020, 10:59:00 am »
Saturday, 17th October 2o2o
Police arrest white man for alleged threat against Wichita mayor
by Little Apple Post







(SEDGWICK COUNTY, Kansas) — Law enforcement authorities are investigating a case of alleged criminal threat made toward the mayor of Wichita.

On Friday, police were alerted to threatening statements directed toward city of Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple, according to officer Kevin Wheeler.

Officers immediately began investigating the threatening statements and arrested 59-year-old Meredith Dowty of Wichita on a requested charge of criminal threat.

The case will be presented to the Sedgwick County District Attorney’s Office.

Wheeler released no additional details late Friday.






















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« Reply #477 on: October 23, 2020, 06:10:48 pm »
Friday, 23rd October 2o2o
Suspect accused of plotting to assassinate Joe Biden
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Officials allege a man from Washington state took steps toward plotting to kill Joe Biden this spring, but may have been intent on carrying out a mass attack.


The man only faces child pornography charges and has pleaded not guilty.



















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« Reply #478 on: October 24, 2020, 07:36:37 pm »
Saturday, 24th October 2o2o
Domestic Terrorist Charged With Rioting at George Floyd protests
by Zoe Christen Jones







The Department of Justice on Friday charged a self-described member of a far-right organization, the Boogaloo Bois, with one count of participating in a riot.

Ivan Harrison Hunter, 26, traveled from Texas to Minneapolis during civil unrest following the death of George Floyd, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Minnesota.

Federal investigators said they reviewed video from May 28th that showed Hunter discharging "13 rounds from an AK-47 style semi-automatic rifle into the Minneapolis Police Department's Third Precinct building," while people were believed to be inside the building.

The department said law enforcement discovered shell cases consistent with an AK-47 style rifle outside the police department.

After returning to Texas, investigators said Hunter made numerous social media statements describing the acts of violence he engaged in during his time in Minneapolis.

The Boogaloo Bois is considered to be a loosely-connected group of members that espouses "violent anti-government sentiments," the department said in a statement.

It said the term "Boogaloo" itself references an impending second civil war in the U.S. and is associated with "violent uprisings against the government."

On October 21st, Hunter and two other men were arrested in San Antonio.

When they stopped for multiple traffic violations, officers recovered "three semi-automatic rifles on the rear seat of the vehicle, one loaded pistol in plain view next to the driver's seat, another loaded pistol in the center console, and six loaded magazines for an AK-47 style assault rifle affixed to a tactical vest [Hunter] was wearing."

Investigators later discovered Hunter's connection with Steven Carrillo, a Boogaloo Bois member charged with the May 29th murder of a federal service officer, Sergeant Damon Gutzwiller, in Oakland, California.

Hunter's case was a part of a federal task force launched in June to combat violent anti-government extremism.

On Thursday, he made his first court appearance in San Antonio.























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« Reply #479 on: October 28, 2020, 10:31:34 am »
Wednesday, 28th October 2o2o
White woman posed as prosecutor & dismissed her own charges
by Kate Feldman






A New Hampshire woman accused of drug possession and stalking brazenly pretended to be a prosecutor and dropped her own charges, according to police.

Lisa Landon, 33, allegedly used the court system’s electronic system late last year to file documents that would drop charges in three separate cases, the New Hampshire Union Leader reported Tuesday.

A state forensic examiner, who was scheduled to interview Landon, noticed in the system that the charges had been dropped and raised questions up the food chain.

“It quickly became evident to the State that the document, as well as other documents in the file, had been filed fraudulently,” Superior Court Judge David Anderson wrote in a ruling, according to the Union Leader.

Lisa Landon was charged with false personation and falsifying physical evidence.

Landon also allegedly falsified documents to waive filing fees in a lawsuit she had filed and to halt guardianship proceedings for her child.

It’s unclear how Landon was able to gain access to the system.

Landon has been charged with one charge of false personation and six charges of falsifying physical evidence, as well as the already standing charges she tried to dismiss.




















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