the white power ranger

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#26 Mar 7, 2012
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<quoted text> I've missed you. I've missed your Wit. Welcome back!
ty ty ty for the kind words..
Robert

Saint Louis, MO

#27 Mar 8, 2012
http://www.bnd.com/2012/03/08/2090847/propose...
A bill has been passed out of the Senate Criminal Law Committee that would increase the penalties and expand registration requirements for sex offenders.
The bill, Senate Bill 3359, would make Illinois law more compliant with the requirements of the federal Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006. The bill now heads to the Senate floor for consideration.
If passed, the bill would create a three-tiered sex offender registration system. The first tier is an increase in the registration period for all misdemeanor sex offenses from 10 to 15 years. The second tier requires lifetime registration for all current sexual predators and that registrants update their registration on a quarterly basis. The third tier requires a 25-year registration period for all other related offenses

"I have worked extensively with the Illinois Attorney General and the Illinois State Police to make this state a leader in holding sex offenders accountable for their criminally deviant behavior," Sen. Bill Haine, D-Alton, said in a news release. "This bill further strengthens the sex offender registration system and guarantees that our law enforcement officials have the resources they need to conduct these cases and bring offenders to justice."
The bill would also add unauthorized video recording and live video transmission of victims under 18 to the list of offenses requiring registration as a sex offender. In addition, when a court assesses a petition to terminate an individual's registration status, the court must consider whether the victim was 13 to 16 years of age and if the offender was less than five years older than the victim.
"With the promulgation of Internet crimes and child exploitation, it was imperative that we add this offense to the criminal statutes," said Haine, who is a member of the Criminal Law Committee.

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he be faking

Millstadt, IL

#28 Mar 8, 2012
matt ford will never call roscoe out again and pooh bear scared him and kicked his ass
Cahokia

Saint Louis, MO

#29 Mar 9, 2012
Tonya J. Wallace, 35, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Michelle R. Johnson, 30, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Tyshawn M. Gamble, 18, of East St. Louis, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Jonta M. Jackson, 31, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of no registration, canceled or suspended or revoked license, operating uninsured motor vehicle, suspended or revoked driver's license and warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Jamel C. Jimmerson, 24, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Fred R. Davis III, 49, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Jessica J. McNamee, 30, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.
Antwaun J. Davis, 21, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.
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Cahokia

Saint Louis, MO

#31 Mar 9, 2012
http://www.abc17news.com/news.php...
A man is in the Boone County Jail for allegedly stabbing the mother of his child.

49-year-old Garrett Richardson of Cahokia, Ill., was arrested around 3 a.m. Friday at the Motel 6 in Columbia. Officers were called twice to the same place on Friday. The second time they found the woman lying on the bathroom floor bleeding.

Investigators say after Richardson attacked the woman, he allegedly forced into the tub, where he stabbed her multiple times.Officers said they also discovered the woman's cell phone was broken, and the room phone was unplugged.

Richardson was arrested for armed criminal action, first-degree domestic assault and felonious restraint

the white power ranger

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#32 Mar 9, 2012
Lasagna Johnson, 27, of East St. Louis, cited for disorderly conduct and one count of public intoxication.
Cahokia

Saint Louis, MO

#33 Mar 9, 2012
http://stlouis.cbslocal.com/2011/05/26/guilty...
BELLEVILLE, Ill.(AP)— A June sentencing hearing is scheduled for a man who admits killing a teenager in a gang-related fight outside a basketball game at a southwestern Illinois high school in 2009.

The Belleville News-Democrat reports that 21-year-old Reginald Coleman of Cahokia pleaded guilty Wednesday in St. Clair County Circuit Court.

Authorities say Coleman shot and killed 17-year-old rival gang member LaShane Whitley outside a Cahokia High School girls’ basketball game.

Prosecutors say Coleman fired the fatal shot after being circled by eight gang members. He was the only one with a gun.

Coleman originally was charged with first-degree murder, but that charge was reduced as part of a plea deal.

Prosecutors plan to seek a 20-year prison term when Coleman is sentenced June 29.

Copyright The Associated Press
Cahokia

Saint Louis, MO

#34 Mar 9, 2012
BELLEVILLE, Ill.(AP)— A man who admits killing a teenager in a gang-related fight outside a basketball game at a southwestern Illinois high school in 2009 has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.

Twenty-one-year-old Reginald Coleman of Cahokia pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in May as part of a deal with St. Clair County prosecutors. He had earlier been charged with first-degree murder.

Authorities say Coleman shot and killed 17-year-old rival gang member LeShane Whitley outside a Cahokia High School girls’ basketball game after being circled by eight gang members. Coleman was the only one with a gun.

The Belleville News-Democrat reports that Coleman’s attorney had sought a 10-year sentence. Prosecutors wanted double that.

He could be released from prison after serving another 3 1/2 years.
http://stlouis.cbslocal.com/2011/08/03/man-ge...

the white power ranger

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#39 Mar 10, 2012
Yusquattin DeHugh Johnson, 22, of Cahokia, arrested for indecent exposure at a place of worship and two felony counts of weapon possession.
Cahokia

Saint Louis, MO

#41 Mar 14, 2012
PUBLIC NOTICE State of Illinois ss County of St. Clair This is to certify that the undersigned transacting a business in the said county and state under name of Everything's Sweet, at the following post office address: 412 Levin Dr., Cahokia, IL 62206, that the true and real full names of the persons owning, conducting or transacting such business together with their respective post office address is as follows: Rookie L. Rattler 412 Levin Dr. Cahokia, IL 62206 L-P1161280 (March 13, 20, 27)

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Cahokia

Saint Louis, MO

#42 Mar 14, 2012
Sherman Jumper Jr., 36 of 7721 Marybelle Ave., East St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of retail theft, subsequent Thursday by Cahokia police. Jumper allegedly took merchandise without paying from Walmart, 1511 Camp Jackson Road, Cahokia, being Enfamil formula, total retail value not in excess of $300. The defendant had been previously convicted of retail theft Dec. 23, 2003.

Travis L. Myers, 26, of 200 Rue Dauphine, Bonne Terre, Mo., arrested on suspicion of three counts of domestic battery, subsequent offense and criminal damage to property on Jan. 1 by Cahokia police. Myers allegedly made physical contact of an insulting or provoking nature with Cynthia Myers, a family member, by grabbing her wrists and held her arms above her head and pinned her against the wall, placed his right forearm across her throat, choking her, and pushed her with both of his hands. Defendant had been previously convicted of a violation of an order of protection on Sept. 7, 2007. Myers allegedly damaged property of Bubbie R. Holmes, the driver's side window of a black Chevrolet Silverado, located at 2830 Calvin, Lot 18, Cahokia. Damage not in excess of $300.

William S. Jarvis, 47, of 517 S. 22nd St., Mount Vernon, arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession of a vehicle registration plates on March 8 by Cahokia police.

Stacy D. Watson, 50, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Alorton police.

Demetrius S. Harris, 37, of East St. Louis, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.

Chaze J. Rogers, 23, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.

Terrell L. Styles, 32, of Cahokia, mutliple warrant arrest by Cahokia police.

Randall B. Withers, 18, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.

Darin J. Calvin, 28, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of suspended or revoked driver's license by St. Clair County sheriff.

Maylon M. Hardy, 28, of East St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance by Cahokia police.

Elizabeth A. Omusi, 46, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Illinois State Police.

Demetrius C. Brown, 34, of Cahokia, multiple warrant arrest by Illinois State Police.

Lamarcus D. Jackson, 25, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of armed robbery and warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.

Pamela V. Lane, 47, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of retail theft by Cahokia police.

Allen Norwood, 31, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of traffic violation and warrant arrest by Cahokia police.

Robin A. Helm, 24, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Fairview Heights police.

Diontre D. Leflore, 20, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of possession of cannabis by Cahokia police.

Shevon A. Martin, of Belleville, pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of a firearm by a previously convicted felon. Martin faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine at his June 22 sentencing. The charge stems from an Aug. 24 incident in which Martin had attempted to hide a loaded 9-mm semiautomatic pistol from agents with the Working Against Violent Elements task force who had pulled into a parking lot on Bond Avenue in East St. Louis that was known for drug dealing and weapon possession. Martin had previously been convicted of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon.

Michael Wayne Bailey, 35, of Granite City, was sentenced to eight years and one month in prison on child pornography charges. Bailey had pleaded guilty Sept. 23 to possession of and receipt of child pornography. Bailey was also ordered by U.S. District Judge David Herndon to serve 20 years of supervised release and to pay $800 in fines and special assessments. Bailey admitted to saving to his computer images of minors engaging in sexually explicit conduct.

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Ghettofabulous

United States

#43 Mar 14, 2012
Eddie wrote:
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You are shitting me, right? Lasagna?
His momma called him Lasagna , I'm gonna call him Lasagna

the white power ranger

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#44 Mar 14, 2012
Demetrius C. Brown, 34, of Cahokia, multiple warrant arrest by Illinois State Police

i think that wanker had been brought up on sexual assault charges in the past as well...

not sure though...but i think he had been...
Cahokia

Saint Louis, MO

#46 Mar 15, 2012
Latosha Peltier, 29, of 15 St. Lambert, Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon and unlawful possession of controlled substance on March 8, 2012, by St. Clair County Sheriff.
Sherman Jumper, 36, East St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of retail theft by Cahokia police.
William S. Jarvis, 47, Mount Vernon, multiple warrant arrests and stolen vehicle license plate, by Cahokia police.
Travis L. Myers, 26, Bonne Terre, Mo., domestic battery by Cahokia police.
Nikia R. Knowlen, 23, East St. Louis, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Willie B. Davis, 41, Cahokia, multiple warrant arrests by Fairview Heights police.
Saavion A. Scott, 19, Cahokia, warrant arrest by St. Clair County Sheriff.
Donovan C. Epps, 36, Cahokia, warrant arrest by St. Clair County Sheriff.
Lendell N. Williams, 53, Cahokia, warrant arrest by Norfork Southern Railroad police.
Sherry L. Wiggins, 49, Cahokia, warrant arrest by St. Clair County Sheriff.
Leangelo M. Newton, 28, Cahokia, warrant arrest by East St. Louis police.
Victoria D. Murray, 27, Cahokia, warrant arrest by Collinsville police.
Shauganna L. Austin, 34, East St. Louis, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Van C. McClure, 18, Cahokia, warrant arrest by St. Clair County Sheriff.

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LOL

Edwardsville, IL

#47 Mar 15, 2012
It's Kevin Malone, but he left HIS name out of it. The white hooders just can't get used to a mixed society. H elost money on his house and he's trying to bring the value of all of them down to his level. But his place was a pig sty with badly done "repairs".
Cahokia

Saint Louis, MO

#48 Mar 16, 2012
ST. CLAIR COUNTY FELONIES
MONDAY, MARCH 12
Shandis S. Barker, 28, of 15 St. Lambert, Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon on March 8 by St. Clair County sheriff. Barker allegedly carried in a vehicle a .38 caliber revolver, at a time when he was not on his own alnd, or in his own abode, or fixed place of business, uncased, loaded and immediately accessible. Defendant had been previously convicted of unlawfl delivery of a controlled substance on May 4, 2004.
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Joe F. Hurley, 51, of 1218 Street, Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of three counts of aggravated participation in methamphetamine manufacturing, unlawful possession of methamphetamine on March 8 by Illinois State Police. Hurley allegedly asssited in the production of more than 400 grams of a substance containing methamphetamine and where a child under the age of 18 resided. Hurley knowingly had in her possession 900 grams of a substance containing methamphetamine. Hurley knowingly had in possession methamphetamine manufacturing material.
Thomas L. England, 33, of 162 Homeside Drive, Alorton, arrested on suspicion of aggravated vehicular hijacking, armed robbery, and two counts of aggravated battery, use of a deadly weapon on March 8 by Metro EAst Auto Theft Task Force. England allegedly took a motor vehicle and motor vehicle key, being a white in color Chevy Malibu from Robin R. Morgan, while armed with a dangerous weapon, being a metal bludgeon, by use of force, causing bodily harm to Morgan and Robert G. Burch, by striking him with the vehicle.
TUESDAY, MARCH 13
Eric C. Owens, 33, of 2016 Louise Ave., Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon on March 11 by O'Fallon police. Owens allegedly carried in a vehicle a .45-caliber handgun at a time when he was not on his own land, or in his own abode, or fixed place of business, uncased, loaded and immediately accessible. Defendant had been previously convicted of domestic battery, subsequent on March 6.
Tiara L. Paine, 23, of 748 N. 72nd St., East St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of retail theft, subsequent on March 13 by Cahokia police. Paine allegedly took merchandise from Walmart, 1511 Camp Jackson Road, Cahokia, being 8 cans of Enfamil brand formula, total retail value not in excess of $300. Defendant had been previously convicted of retail theft on Jan. 2, 2012.
ST. CLAIR COUNTY SHERIFF
TUESDAY, MARCH 13
Demond C. Gatlin, 36, of Centreville, arrested on suspicion of aggravated battry by St. Clair County sheriff.
Kearron L. Brown, 20, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Derrion M. Miller, 21, of Cahokia, warrant arrst by Cahokia police.
Eric C. Owens, 33, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of unlawful use of a weapon by O'Fallon police.
Daphane A. Simora, 37, of Cahokia, mutliple warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.
Devontae J. Matthews, 18, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.
Katraelyus T. Franklin, 31, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by Caseyville police.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14
Demario D. Cole, 21, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of obstructing justice by East St. Louis police.
Elaine J. White, 47, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.
Dominic Cozart, 20, of Caholia, warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Kenneth B. Willis, 46, of Cahokia, multiple warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.

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#49 Mar 17, 2012
Shettonyaa Johnson, 23, of Belleville was arrested on charges of felonious assault
Cahokia

Saint Louis, MO

#50 Mar 21, 2012
Wednesday, Mar 21, 2012 Posted on Wed, Mar. 21, 2012
Blotter 3/21/12
Maria Wells, 38, of 42 Delores, Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession of a controlled substance March 14 by St. Clair County sheriff. Wells allegedly had in her possession less than 15 grams of a substance containing heroin.
Terri K. Barker, 31, of 111 St. Justin St., Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession of a controlled substance March 15 by St. Clair County sheriff. Barker allegedly had in her possession less than 15 grams of a substance containing heroin.
Darin J. Calvin, 28, of 111 St. Justin Drive, Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession of a controlled substance March 15 by St. Clair County sheriff. Calvin allegedly had in his possession less than 15 grams of a substance containing heroin. Jeremy C. Davis, 26, of 5856 Bermuda Road, St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of retail theft March 15 by Cahokia police. Davis allegedly took merchandise without paying from Citi Trends, 1210 Camp Jackson Road, Cahokia, being ringer T-shirts, jeans, denim shorts and other merchandise, total retail value in excess of $300.
Dominic L. Robertson, 28, of 1027 Hickory, St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of retail theft March 15 by Cahokia police. Robertson allegedly took merchandise without paying from Citi Trends, 1210 Camp Jackson Road, Cahokia, being ringer T-shirts, jeans, denim shorts and other merchandise, total retail value in excess of $300.
Harold L. Gardner Jr., 39, of 111 St. Justin Drive, Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession of a controlled substance March 15 by St. Clair County sheriff. Gardner allegedly had in his possession less than 15 grams of a substance containing heroin.
Reco M. Dawson, 21, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.
Marian R. Hudson, 44, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.
Courtney T. Nelson, 18, of Belleville, multiple warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.
Treona S. Wren, 28, of Alorton, arrested on suspicion of suspended or revoked driver's license, traffic violation and warrant arrest by East St. Louis police.
Sajuada R. White, 30, of St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of operating uninsured motor vehicle, driver and passenger seat belt violation and warrant arrest by Cahokia police.
Jeremy C. Davis, 26, of St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of retail theft by Cahokia police.
Alfred Larry, 58, of East St. Louis, warrant arrest by East St. Louis police.
Dominic L. Robertson, 28, of St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of retail theft by Cahokia police.
Devan E. Moss, 29, of St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of domestic battery by Cahokia police.
Robert T. Williams, 23, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of criminal damage to property and warrant arrest by East St. Louis police.
Chassittee P. Scott, 18, of Cahokia, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.
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DoJo

Edwardsville, IL

#52 Mar 21, 2012
What was the deal on Donald St. on Monday March 19Th at 4:55 PM? Why were all those teenager and young adults fleeing through peoples yards and over fences coming from Shop N' Save Plaza? There were police all over the street. When one person asked a Officer what was going on he was told by the officer "It's non of your business, don't worry about it" I think it was considering 5 of those young men ran through his property and he is a taxpayer which pays for the police.
Arrest Cahokia Criminals

Saint Louis, MO

#53 Mar 22, 2012
http://kstp.com/news/stories/s2542281.shtml
if this guy gets arrested - why aren't our criminals being arrested!!!!!!!
A Burnsville man on his way to work was arrested and thrown in jail without bond, and then subjected to electronic home monitoring.
But it wasn’t for drugs or a DWI or some other major crime.
Burnsville city leaders say Mitch Faber’s dealings with the law all stem from his failure to properly put up siding on his house.
Yep, siding.
Faber says he had every intention of completing the stucco and decorative rock project on his home but he ran into money troubles when the economy soured. Burnsville leaders say they had no choice to enforce the law.
Here’s how a simple code violation spiraled into a criminal case:
Mitch and his wife Jean say it all began back in 2007 when they received a letter from the city of Burnsville saying, in part, "you must complete the siding of your home."
“We were in the process of finishing,” Mitch insists.“This wasn't something that we were trying to avoid doing.”
A warrant for his arrest had been issued when, according to the city, Faber failed to turn himself in because the house was still not up to code. Faber is adamant it was. Regardless, what came next, he says, was absolutely uncalled for and humiliating.
“I'm walking around in a green and white jump suit, I had to shower in front of a sheriff, I was shackled, my wrists were handcuffed to my waist — for siding.”
“It was insane,” said Jean.“Absolutely insane.”
After two days locked up, a judge agreed Mitch should be released but required him to submit to electronic home monitoring. In Dakota County, that process requires participants — no matter what their crimes -- to blow into a drug and alcohol device every time an alarm goes off.
“They could call me at 2 in the morning and they did,” Faber said.
Burnsville city leaders would not grant 5 Eyewitness News an interview about the Faber case but in an email from Communications Coordinator Marty Doll, he wrote,“”The city feels it provided Mr. Faber ample opportunity (nearly four years) to remedy the situation before issuing a citation…the city’s practice is to only issue citations for property maintenance issues (such as this one) as a last resort. In this case, the city determined a citation was the next appropriate course of action. Once the citation was issued, the matter had essentially left the city’s hands and entered the hands of the court system.”
5 Eyewitness News also called Dakota County Corrections as well as Midwest Monitoring (the company in charge of the electronic home monitoring) but calls were not returned. In a letter dated February 21, 2012, Dakota County Attorney Jim Backstrom wrote the Fabers,“This was a prosecution initiated by the city of Burnsville through their privately-retained city prosecutor. The County Attorney has no oversight or supervision over city prosecutors…While it was a district court judge who heard this case and made decisions pertaining thereto, judges are employed by the state of Minnesota and not Dakota County.”
The Fabers point to what they call far more glaring code violations outside other houses in their neighborhood. They’d like to know why they were targeted and others weren’t.
“It’s selective enforcement,” said Jean.
Mark Saxenmeyer can be reached at [email protected]

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