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#166 Jun 12, 2010
5 officers charged in post-Katrina fatal shooting, burning of man's body

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The Associated Press

Posted on June 11, 2010 at 5:22 PM

NEW ORLEANS (AP)-- A federal grand jury has indicted three current and two former New Orleans police officers in the shooting death of a man and burning of his body after Hurricane Katrina.
The 11-count indictment issued Friday accuses former Officer David Warren, former Lieutenant Robert Italiano and current Lieutenants Dwayne Scheuermann and Travis McCabe and Officer Gregory McRae.
Warren is charged with shooting and killing 31-year-old Henry Glover on Sept. 2, 2005.
Federal prosecutors say Warren was immediately arrested and is in federal custody. If convicted, he faces up to life in prison and a $250,000 fine.
The other defendants face other charges, including obstruction of justice.

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#167 Jun 12, 2010

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#168 Jun 13, 2010
Lexington police looking for female bank robber
Posted: Jun 12, 2010 1:13 PM EDT Updated: Jun 12, 2010 2:18 PM EDT

LEXINGTON, KY (WAVE)- Police in Lexington are searching for a suspect after the Forcht Bank was robbed early Saturday.

According to a news release from the Lexington Division of Police, it happened the branch located at 140 Southland Drive.

Police say the suspect, a white female, suspect entered the lobby of Forcht Bank with her face concealed behind a surgical mask and dark sunglasses. Once inside she approached a teller and demanded money, while implying she was armed by hiding one of her hands inside a bag she was carrying.

The bank teller handed over an undisclosed amount of cash and police believe the suspect left the bank in a tan Toyota Camry. No license number is available because The license plate of the vehicle was covered with a dark bag. The vehicle was last seen on Southland Drive heading towards Nicholasville Road.

The suspect is described as a heavyset white female in her mid 30s to 40s, approximately 5'6" and weighing between 150 and 155 pounds. She was last seen wearing a dark toboggan, dark sunglasses, a surgical mask, a white long sleeve button down shirt and black pants.

The suspect was carrying a blue canvas type bag.

According to Lexington police, no customers were in the bank when it was robbed and no one actually saw a weapon.

Anyone with information is asked to call Lexington Police

http://www.wave3.com/Global/story.asp...

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#170 Jun 14, 2010
LOUISVILLE, Ky.(WDRB Fox 41)-- An embattled Louisville Metro Police detective could face another lawsuit later this month over allegations she wrongly arrested a Louisville teen.

Det. Crystal Marlowe, a 13-year veteran of the force, was stripped of her normal police duties in February amid allegations she gave false testimony and wrongly arrested other people. She's currently under investigation by the department.

Many of those defendants she arrested were later cleared of their charges. Marlowe has been re-assigned to a crime prevention position within the department where she does not conduct investigations, according to LMPD spokeswoman Alicia Smiley.

Last month, prosecutors chose to not to pursue charges against her. But that hasn't stopped others from suing.

Naomi West says the arrest of her 15-year-old son last year has changed her family.

"His rights were just violated," she said during a recent interview. "It's affected us in many ways. I still have to trust this same system that's corrupt."

West does not want to identify her son, but describes him as an "artistic" 15-year-old with no prior criminal history.

Last August, West says her son was arrested at Atherton High School and charged with assault and robbery. Her attorney, Andrew Horne, says the teen was initially questioned after witnessing a fight.

Horne says the teen spent a night in a juvenile detention center and was forced to wear an ankle monitor for 20 days. The charges against him were later dropped.

The arresting officer in the case was Det. Crystal Marlowe.

"And when I read that she's a good person, I question that, because good people do not charge innocent children with crimes that they don't commit," West said.

http://www.fox41.com/Global/story.asp...

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#171 Jun 14, 2010

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#172 Jun 15, 2010
LOUISVILLE, Ky.--
LOUISVILLE NEWS: Jennifer Milliner
Metro Corrections
A Louisville woman was arrested Sunday after police found marijuana, ingredients to make methamphetamine and other drug paraphernalia in her home.

Jennifer Milliner, 38, was arrested after consenting to a police search of her home on Connie Drive.

According to the arrest report, detectives found a large bag of marijuana in Milliner's bedroom. The report said detectives also discovered a bowl of drug paraphernalia and meth making ingredients inside the home.

Three children were also discovered in the home, a 15-year-old, a 9-year-old and a 7-year-old.

Milliner is charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, trafficking a controlled substance near a school, possession of drug paraphernalia and three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment.

A man was arrested leaving the home on Connie Drive. According to the arrest report, police pulled Tony Snodgrass over because he had no brake lights and he failed to use his turn signal.

Police said they saw Snodgrass, 38, leaving the home on Connie Drive during their investigation.

LOUISVILLE NEWS: Tony Snodgrass
Metro Corrections
When they stopped Snodgrass, police said he didn't have any identifying information with him and gave them his father's date of birth and Social Security number. Police said Snodgrass also gave officers an incorrect address.

The arrest report stated Snodgrass had a non-support warrant out against him.

Snodgrass is charged with failure to signal, no brake lights, no license on person, giving a peace officer a false name and two counts of wanton endangerment.

http://www.wlky.com/news/23895356/detail.html

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#173 Jun 15, 2010

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#174 Jun 15, 2010
(CNN)-- The top leaders of the American Outlaws Association motorcycle gang, 27 people in total, were arrested on charges including attempted murder, kidnapping and assault following an indictment by a federal grand jury in Virginia, according to court documents unsealed Tuesday.

Outlaws National President Jack Rosga and 26 others are named in a 12-count indictment that also lists robbery, extortion, witness intimidation, drug dealing, illegal gambling and weapons violations.

The Outlaws are an organized criminal enterprise that involved itself in a number of illegal activities, the indictment states.

"Today's arrests of the national president and leadership of the American Outlaws Association mark another aggressive attempt by the Department of Justice to dismantle what the indictment alleges to be a gang whose entire environment revolves around violence," U.S. Attorney Neil MacBride said in a statement.

The acts of violence and conspiracy charges are related to the Outlaws' efforts to gain territory from rival motorcycle gangs, most notably the Hells Angels.

According to the Justice Department, the Outlaws have more than 1,700 members, who belong to 176 chapters in the United States and 12 foreign countries. The Outlaws are involved in the production, transportation and distribution of methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana, according to the department.

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#175 Jun 15, 2010

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#176 Jun 15, 2010

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Louisville, Kentucky

#177 Jun 15, 2010
Local woman charged with robbery after allegedly holding knife to man's throat

Jessica Taylor

WHAS11.com

Posted on June 15, 2010 at 2:28 PM

Louisville, Ky.(WHAS11)- A Louisville woman is charged with robbery after police say she and three other people held a man at knife and gunpoint in his car.

Police say 25-year-old Jessica Mae Taylor called a man she knew asking for a ride.

The man says when he picked Taylor and her friend up on New Cut Road, they got in his truck and Taylor put a knife to his throat demanding his money and prescriptions.

He says two men then allegedly got in the truck, put a gun to his head and took his wallet and handgun.

Taylor is charged with robbery.

http://www.whas11.com/news/Local-woman-charge...

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#180 Jun 16, 2010

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#181 Jun 16, 2010
Mannington, West Virginia (The Weekly Vice)- Joseph Edward Jones, a 22-year-old Mannington man, was jailed Monday after he allegedly forced a young child to eat a cat-feces sandwich, physically abused him, bound him with duct tape and put him in a dryer.

According to Marion County authorities, Child Protective Workers were called after a four-year-old boy told investigators Jones had abused him in several ways while residing with the family in January of 2008.

The little boy, now 6, stated that Jones poured ice water on him, bit him on the nose, bound his hands and feet together and then forced him into the dryer.

The boy's mother told investigators that Jones forced her son to eat a sandwich that had cat feces on it. The boy stated that he didn't report the abuse sooner because Jones threatened to harm his mother if he did.

Investigators interviewed Jones who reportedly admitted to throwing a toy truck at the child's head, causing him to bleed.

He also admitted to slamming the child against the wall on several occasions, but denies biting the boy on his nose, despite an obvious bite mark. He reportedly told investigators that he has had anger issues and requested assistance with them.

Jones was booked into North Central Regional Jail and charged with three counts of child abuse causing injury. He was released Tuesday after posting $30,000 cash or surety bond.

According to court documents, Jones was convicted a few years ago for child abuse causing injury involving another child in Marion County. He claims that he has previously seen psychiatrists about his anger problems.

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#182 Jun 16, 2010
Elyria, Ohio (The Weekly Vice) Brian Andrews, a 31-year-old Ohio man, was arrested Saturday after he allegedly wielded an ax at a 4-year-old's birthday party and threatened to kill people over borrowed lawn chairs.

According to the Elyria Police Department, Andrews stormed the child party with an ax, shouting profanities and threatening to kill people at the party.

Investigators say Andrews had gone to the party to confront the homeowners about some borrowed lawn chairs. An argument broke out and Andrews said he was "there to take lives." He pulled an axe from his shorts, started screaming profanity and wildly swinging his ax at people.

"He took a step back and said 'You want to see what's in my pocket?' He then pulled out an ax and started swinging it," said Maggie Robinson, grandmother to the 4-year-old birthday child.

When police arrived, Andrews was on the front lawn swinging the ax around and yelling profanities.

Andrews was ordered by police repeatedly to put the ax down and to get down on the ground but Andrews refused and screamed at the police to shoot him in the head. He had to be subdued by pepper-spray so officers could arrest him.

While being booked, Andrews allegedly apologized to police. He told them he is a drug user and a martial arts fighter and sometimes doesnít know when to "turn it off."

Andrews was booked into the Lorain County Jail on charges of felonious assault, resisting arrest, carrying a concealed weapon and four counts of menacing.

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#183 Jun 16, 2010
Citra, Florida (The Weekly Vice)- Shannon Cooper, a 29-year-old Florida woman, was arrested Wednesday after she allegedly stole items from a discount store before leaving her 2-year-old child behind.

According to the Citra Police Department, Cooper stole approximately $65 worth of products from a Dollar General and when the storeís manager confronted Cooper. She then grabbed the items and fled, leaving her son behind.

Investigators say a customer picked up the child, carried him outside and yelled at Cooper to come back. Cooper came back, took her son and left again, this time leaving her wallet behind.

Police were able to track her down at her home where they found the stolen items on her bed. Cooper admitted they came from the Dollar General.

Cooper was booked into the Marion County jail and charged with child neglect, retail petit theft and resisting without violence. Her bond was set at $3000.

Haley Mattson
The Weekly Vice
http://www.theweeklyvice.com

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#184 Jun 16, 2010
Kansas City, MO (The Weekly Vice)- William Dyce, a 27-year-old Missouri man, was arrested after he allegedly banged his 3-month-old babyís head against a couch in an effort to make the child stop crying.

According to Jackson County police, officers were dispatched on a report that a baby had rolled off the coach and severely injured his head.

Investigators say the child was rushed to the hospital where he was determined to have suffered severe head trauma and a broken rib. Doctors reportedly told investigators that the childís injuries were not consistent with the fatherís story of simply rolling off the couch.

When confronted with the expert opinion, Dyce reportedly changed his story.

Police say Dyce told investigators that his child wouldn't stop crying, so he slammed the childís head against the arm of the couch.

Dyce was booked into the Jackson County Jail on charges of assault and endangering the welfare of a child. Bond was set at $250,000.

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#185 Jun 16, 2010
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Kansas City, MO (The Weekly Vice)- William Dyce, a 27-year-old Missouri man, was arrested after he allegedly banged his 3-month-old babyís head against a couch in an effort to make the child stop crying.
According to Jackson County police, officers were dispatched on a report that a baby had rolled off the coach and severely injured his head.
Investigators say the child was rushed to the hospital where he was determined to have suffered severe head trauma and a broken rib. Doctors reportedly told investigators that the childís injuries were not consistent with the fatherís story of simply rolling off the couch.
When confronted with the expert opinion, Dyce reportedly changed his story.
Police say Dyce told investigators that his child wouldn't stop crying, so he slammed the childís head against the arm of the couch.
Dyce was booked into the Jackson County Jail on charges of assault and endangering the welfare of a child. Bond was set at $250,000.
Damn!!This dude needs to be neutered bigtime!!

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#187 Jun 17, 2010
I beg to differ, here's your ho of the day

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#188 Jun 17, 2010

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#190 Jun 18, 2010
LOUISVILLE, Ky.(WDRB Fox 41)-- Louisville Metro police say they've solved a murder they didn't even know existed.

Police say what started as a domestic dispute lead them to the discovery of a body.

It started last night when they went to a home on S. Fourth Street on reports of a domestic dispute.

38-year-old Joseph Banis was arrested after a fight with his boyfriend.

Police say while in custody, Banis, in an attempt for revenge, implicated his boyfriend in a murder.

Police searched the house and found a body in a plastic tub in the basement.

"Apparently this individual was involved sexually in a relationship," said Louisville Metro Police Detective Barry Wilkerson. "They had made some sort of plan to rob him of narcotics. And during that robbery, that's when the murder was committed and [they] decided to bury body in the basement of their residence."

Police are still trying to figure out the details - but right now have charged Banis and 38-year-old Jeffrey Mundt with murder among other charges.

Police believe the man was shot and stabbed sometime in December.

The name of the victim has not yet been released.

Banis and Mundt have been in the news before.

In April, they were arrested in Chicago at the Hyatt Regency hotel after they were allegedly found with roughly $55,000 in counterfeit money, a suspected date rape drug, several handguns and fake IDs.

According to the Chicago Police, 38-year-old Jeffrey Mound (of the 1400 blk. of S. 4th St.) and 38-year-old Joseph Banis (of the 1200 blk.. of Wellington Pl.) were taken into custody on when Mundt allegedly approached the hotel doorman and tried to exchange a fake bill for smaller denominations.

When police arrived, they discovered that Banis was armed with a weapon. Both men were placed into custody.

Upon searching their room, police found the weapons, fake IDs and counterfeit cash. They also found a "clear liquid" in a glass bottle container. Police believe this liquid to be GHB, more commonly referred to as a "date rape" drug.

Banis was charged with the aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, possession of a fake identification card, misdemeanor theft, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a weapon without a Firearm Owner's Identification Card.

Mundt is charged with theft and possession of a fictitious or altered ID card.

Both men were arraigned in Cook County Criminal Court yesterday. Mundt's bond was set at $50,000. The judge set Banis's bond at $200,000. The Cook County State Attorney's Office is now investigating the case.

Police say they do not know what the men planned to do with the weapons, cash drugs or IDs.

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