Savages downplayed in the media

Bronx, NY

#3771 Jul 30, 2013
What's with employees of the FDNY lately?
They're not paying them enough money?

Last week a member of the FDNY was arrested for calling in false alarms so he can rob the firehouses while they're on wild goose chases.

This week, another SAVAGE member of the FDNY gets arrested for two felonies.

'S.I. fireman in painkiller bust'

"A STATEN Island firefighter was arrested Saturday evening for illegally selling prescription meds, police said.
Smoke - eater Christopher Lynaugh, 40, was charged with two felonies and a misdemeanor for selling and possessing oxycodone, a powerful prescription painkiller, and Xanax, a prescription anti - anxiety medication, cops said.
He is being held on $11,000 bail, records show.
Lynaugh was nabbed behind the Barnes & Noble bookstore on Richmond Ave. in New Springville on Staten Island at 6:15 p.m. Saturday, cops said.
He is assigned to Engine 157 in Staten Island and makes roughly $76.000 a year, city records show."

Denver, CO

#3772 Jul 30, 2013
TAKE A BOW ZCs wrote:
Your CHIMP OUT is over 40 post today!
I love it when you're agitated?
Can we have another one of your Superhero 'SAVAGE' post you IGNORANT DOLT.
yes can we, you DOLT...

Denver, CO

#3773 Jul 30, 2013
What's with employees of the FDNY lately?
They're not paying them enough money?
FDNY just graduated a class this week with 66% minorities.
lets see how this will work out over the next 5 years....
how many more job related injuries, how many sick-outs, how many missed calls, etc...i hope somebody will be keeping records to see how this is going to work out.
hopefully things will be good, if not, god bless the city...

Bronx, NY

#3774 Jul 31, 2013
This SAVAGE had a phony excuse for his drug habit, but the judge was not buying it.

'Judge hits gun thug's fake ills'

"A JUDGE tossed a depraved gun trafficker in prison for more than three decades Tuesday after slamming him for falsely claiming he was shattered by a military tragedy in a bid to win sympathy.
Manhattan judge Edward McLaughlin ripped Jason Teneyck, 36 - who was busted as part of a firearms ring involving service weapons stolen from lockers in the NYPD's 9th Precinct - for trying to claim he had post traumatic stress disorder, using it as a phony excuse for his pill popping and gun trafficking.
Teneyck was slapped with a hefty total of 31 1/3 years in prison, plus five years of post - release supervision."

Good job by the judge for tossing this SAVAGE behind bars where he belongs and seeing through his phony illness; because there was none, and his lame attempt at WE.

Bronx, NY

#3775 Jul 31, 2013
This overgrown goofball must not have had anything better to do.
When you have too much free time on your hands, you begin to believe the little soldiers marching inside your head.
Try getting a job instead.

'Bust in unholy paint attacks'

"COPS NABBED a 55 year old man they say spray painted 11 places around Brooklyn early Tuesday - including a synagogue and two statues outside a church.
Chris Papadimitriopoulos vandalized the Bay Ridge Jewish Center and two churches and covered the religious statues outside St. Anselm's Catholic Church in Bay Ridge with red paint.
"It's shocking," said the Rev. Stephen Saffron of St. Anselm's.
Papadimitriiopoulos was charged with 12 counts of making graffiti, criminal mischief and six counts of criminal mischief as a hate crime."

Bronx, NY

#3776 Jul 31, 2013
What were these two imbeciles doing?

Preparing for WW III?


Judgement Day?

'Gun nut bros cuffed'

"TWO STATEN ISLAND brothers were arrested Friday after cops found more than 20 unregistered rifles, assault weapons and handguns squirreled away in their home - including kitchen cabinets, sources said.
Leonard Marchetta, 46, and his brother Frank, 34, were hit with a slew of weapons and drug charges after cops raided their Johanna Lane home in Prince's Bay."

Bronx, NY

#3777 Jul 31, 2013
Is on his way to Rikers Island in part by not being able to post bail.

'Bravest blazes trail to Rikers on burglary rap'

"THE SMOKE EATER charged with plundering firehouses after his FDNY brethren raced off to his bogus calls was arraigned Tuesday in Staten Island on burglary and other charges.
Joseph Keene, 34, of Hicksville, failed to post $7,500 bail and was shipped to Rikers Island.
Keene, who allegedly copped to committing similar crimes in Queens, was rearrested Monday to face charges in Staten Island Criminal Court.
When firefighters responded to his fake calls, Keene allegedly would sneak into their buildings and search lockers and other areas to find cash.
Keene committed three of the burglaries in Staten Island between May 24 and June 2, according to a criminal complaint."

This FDNY SAVAGE displays all the behaviors of a drug addict; particularly a dope fiend.
It will be his excuse his lawyer will present once he faces a judge.
He probably had multiple stints in rehab and still can't stay clean.

Bronx, NY

#3778 Jul 31, 2013
What was this idiot thinking?

'Arch' enemy takes a plea'

"THE GREENWICH Village punk who allegedly wanted to blow up the arch in Washington Square Park struck a plea deal with prosecutors Tuesday that will send him to prison for seven years.
Aaron Greene, 31, pleaded guilty to a felony charge of attempted criminal possession of a weapon for having a stash of explosive powder inside his apartment on W. Ninth St. when authorities collared him last December.
He faced a prison term of up to 25 years if convicted of the top charge levied against him.
Greene had allegedly bragged to friends that he was scheming to destroy the arch.
Authorities also found terrorist how - to guides in his pad."

Dover, OH

#3779 Jul 31, 2013
The NYPD collared “Mohawk Michelle” yesterday in the murder of an East Harlem woman at the apartment complex where five mayoral candidates had stayed overnight last weekend.

Michelle Graham, 34, who sports a mohawk haircut, was busted at 3 p.m. in a neighbor’s apartment at the Lincoln Houses after detectives got a tip on her whereabouts, law-enforcement sources said.

Graham allegedly gunned down Olivia Brown, 23, at Park Avenue and East 132nd Street early Tuesday.

Brown had gotten into a fight with Graham and slapped her, cops said.

Graham departed but allegedly returned with a gun and pumped several bullets into Brown, who died within hours at Harlem Hospital.

Cops are looking for a suspect in the theft of property at two Midtown restaurants, police said.

The 23-year-old victim had entered the elevator of the building on Vyse Avenue at about 4:30 p.m. on July 11 when the alleged thief (above) followed him on, pulled a silver gun and demanded cash, cops said.

The two had a long-standing feud, sources said.

The shooting came three nights after five mayoral candidates had slept overnight at the Lincoln Houses to get a taste of life in the projects.
A man was gunned down early yesterday near his home in Jamaica, cops said.

Marcus Wharwood, 28, was shot several times in the head and torso as he as he was walking at Remington Street and Shore Avenue at about 5:30 a.m., cops said.

Paramedics rushed Wharwood to Jamaica Hospital, where he died two hours later.

Authorities said the unknown gunman fled and was still in the wind as of late last night.
Cops are looking to bust a creep who sexually assaulted a 63-year-old woman in front of a Soundview apartment building, authorities said.

The perv approached the victim from behind at Metcalf and Soundview avenues at about 5 a.m. on June 30, threw her to the ground and groped her, police sources said. The sicko also forced her to perform a sex act on him, police sources said.

Police described the attacker as in his 20s, standing approximately 6 feet tall and weighing around 160 pounds.
Cops are looking for the armed robber who mugged a man in a Claremont Village apartment building, cops said.

The 23-year-old victim had entered the elevator of the building on Vyse Avenue at about 4:30 p.m. on July 11 when the alleged thief (PHOTO) followed him on, pulled a silver gun and demanded cash, cops said.

The victim forked over his wallet and cellphone. He was not injured.

The suspect is described as in his mid-20s, standing about 5-foot-9 and about around 200 pounds, police said.

He was last seen wearing a baseball cap and a white T-shirt.


Bronx, NY

#3780 Jul 31, 2013
Watch as SAVAGES riot, loot, smash windows, go wild, destructive and out of control at Huntington Beach, CA.

SAVAGES as their true self.

This was just too funny watching SAVAGES at their bare essence.

Enjoy the SAVAGERY


Dover, OH

#3781 Aug 1, 2013
A 23-year-old Bronx man arguing with a group of strangers was stabbed to death early yesterday, sources said.

Quran Lucas, of East 161st Street, was found with a single puncture wound to the chest at 2:35 a.m. in the lobby of a building on Concourse Village East, cops said.

He was pronounced dead at Lincoln Hospital, according to investigators, who added that several suspects were being questioned.
A 23-year-old woman barely foiled an early-morning attempt to abduct her at gunpoint as she walked home from a bus stop in Flatlands, law-enforcement sources said.

She had just gotten off the No. 6 bus and was walking on Bergen Avenue near Avenue K at about 2 a.m. Monday when a man behind the wheel of a dark-colored, older-model minivan with out-of-state plates tried to get her attention, the sources said.

When she ignored him and kept on walking, the sources added, the van sped away — only to return minutes later and follow her for yet another block.

Then the man drove up to the curb, flashed a black handgun and sneered,“I tried it the nice way. Now get in the van!”

The woman instead ran, screaming, in the direction of her home, and an alert neighbor called the police. The van took off and vanished into the night, investigators said.
Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a suspect in the fatal shooting of a man in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Rashawn Jackson, 29, was found in the foyer of a Jefferson Avenue building at 9:50 p.m. July 5, cops said.

He had been shot several times and was pronounced dead at Kings County Hospital, they added.

Surveillance cameras in the area showed the suspect holding a gun in his right hand as he ran east on Jefferson Avenue before turning south on Marcus Garvey Boulevard, police said.
A 42-year-old man literally took a bite out of crime when two muggers tried to steal his phone in Hollis Hills, sources said.

The man was walking west on Union Turnpike at 3 a.m. Monday when he realized he was being followed by two teens, according to law-enforcement sources.

Making believe that he needed to tie his shoe, he stopped on the corner of 209th Street and stepped aside, hoping that the duo would walk on by, sources said.

Instead, one of them reached for the man’s cellphone while barking,“Don’t make a move!”

The man told police that he refused to hand over the phone and soon found himself grappling with the thief as they tumbled toward the sidewalk.

So he chomped down on the thug’s back, he added, causing the teen to drop the phone and join his accomplice in flight — although not for long.

They circled back in a car and — with a third person — jumped the man, then fled.

There had been no arrest as of last night.

Dover, OH

#3782 Aug 2, 2013
Police are looking for a suspect who they say shoved an unsuspecting 45-year-old man into moving traffic Tuesday morning while he was crossing 126th Street between Lenox and Fifth avenues.

The sudden shove was so hard that the victim's feet left the ground and he was launched into the rear passenger door of a moving car about 9:40 a.m., police and witnesses said.

"If he had been pushed a microsecond earlier he would have been killed," said Eric Nunlee, 36, a creative director who witnessed the incident as he was jogging along 126th Street.

Nunlee said the man had a messenger bag and was simply walking across the street before the suspect shoved him in the chest using both hands.
NEW YORK CITY — A man was robbed at gunpoint aboard the A train in Bedford-Stuyvesant in June, cops said.

The straphanger was aboard the train when it pulled into the Utica Avenue station at 4:22 a.m. June 23, police said.

That's when the suspect shoved a gun in his face, according to the NYPD.

The mugger took the man's cell phone and cash before dashing off the train at the station, police said.
Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying the man pictured at right, who allegedly mugged an 85-year-old woman in her Chinatown apartment building.

The suspect was in an elevator with the woman as she rode up to her floor in the Alfred E. Smith Houses near Madison Street at 10:45 a.m. last Sunday, investigators said.

He followed her off the elevator and pounced the moment she opened her apartment door, police said.

He allegedly knocked her to the floor, grabbed her pocketbook, ransacked her apartment and made off with an undetermined amount of cash.

The elderly woman declined medical attention at the scene, investigators added.

The suspect was described as appearing to be in his 20s, about 5-foot-7 and weighing about 140 pounds.
Cops say a 53-year-old woman wearing leg braces was knocked off her bicycle in Jackson Heights and forced into a van by five thugs who blindfolded her and repeatedly hit her while screaming,“Where’s the money?”

The gang (one of whom appears in the police sketch above) leaped out of a green Honda Odyssey on 30th Avenue near 73rd Street at 11:30 p.m. last Saturday, cops said.

They sent the woman sprawling to the ground, grabbed her, wrapped a rag around her eyes, pistol-whipped her and tossed her into the van, according to witnesses.


New York, NY

#3783 Aug 3, 2013
Another tale from the savage Hillbillies
The Hunting Beach Rioting SAVAGES
Huntington Beach is cleaning up Monday morning after a fight broke out following the U.S. Open of Surfing, leading to a two-hour confrontation between police and unruly beachgoers.
Eight people were arrested and several officers were injured Sunday night. Police in riot gear used tear gas and nonlethal rounds to disperse the crowd, which tipped over portable toilets and smashed storefront windows.
Huntington Beach Police Lt. John Domingo said city signs and vehicles were also damaged.
Video of the rioting shows people in the crowd rocking city vehicles while others jump-kicking or shoving portable toilets onto their sides.
Kyle Calder told KTLA the melee started when someone was hit with a ketchup bottle from a second-story restaurant. The person threw the bottle into the crowd, triggering a fight that expanded into a small-scale riot.
“That’s when the cops came and everything went mayhem from there,” Calder said.
Police with riot helmets and nightsticks closed in on Main Street, video shows. Some in the crowd coughed and wiped their eyes from the gas police fired to disperse the crowd. Some covered their mouths and noses with shirts.
Photo and videos from the scene show people tearing down city signs, one person dragging a stop sign into the middle of the street and throwing it down in front of police and another man throwing over a barricade.
The U.S. Open of Surfing draws thousands of people to Huntington Beach. Hundreds of people were still in the area when the unrest began, with many of them posting photos and videos to social media.

New York, NY

#3784 Aug 3, 2013
The Druggie Trailor park tramp Clan

Police say a bride-to-be in Huntsville, Tenn., stashed meth in her dentures so she could pass the drugs to her jailed groom during their wedding kiss.

Brita West arrived at the detention center to marry inmate Willard Tinch on Sunday. As she was being searched, she inquired how she could kiss Tinch, local news outlet WBIR reported. A Scott County Sheriff's officer noticed she had trouble keeping her dentures on, then spotted a package in her mouth.

The contents turned out to be methamphetamine and suboxone strips.

"I think that the Scott County Sheriff's Department did a fine job detecting suspicious behavior and acting upon it," Lori Phillips-Jones, district attorney general for Tennessee's eighth judicial district, told The Huffington Post on Tuesday.

West, who faces charges of possession and introducing drugs into a county institution, remained in custody as of Tuesday afternoon, Phillips-Jones said. West had a court appearance scheduled for Wednesday and will probably be appointed an attorney if she can't come up with the $25,000 bail.

New York, NY

#3785 Aug 3, 2013
The Druggie FDNY Clan

A Staten Island firefighter was arrested Saturday evening for illegally selling prescription meds, police said.

Smoke-eater Christopher Lynaugh, 40, was charged with two felonies and a misdemeanor for selling and possessing Oxycodone, a powerful prescription pain killer, and Xanax, a prescription anti-anxiety medication, cops said.

He was nabbed in the 121st Precinct on Staten Island at 6:15 p.m. Saturday, cops said.

Lynaugh is assigned to Engine 157 in Staten Island and makes roughly $76,000 a year, city records show.


New York, NY

#3786 Aug 3, 2013
The savage Nazi Clan

MINNEAPOLIS - At least 10 suspected Nazi war criminals ordered deported by the United States never left the country, according to an Associated Press review of Justice Department data - and four are living in the United States today. All remained eligible for public benefits such as Social Security until they exhausted appeals, and in one case even beyond.

Quiet American legal limbo was the fate of all 10 men uncovered in the AP review. The reason: While the U.S. wanted them out, no other country was willing to take them in.

That's currently the case of Vladas Zajanckauskas in Sutton, Massachusetts. It's the case of Theodor Szehinskyj in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Of Jakiw Palij in New York City. And of John Kalymon in Troy, Michigan.

All have been in the same areas for years, stripped of citizenship and ordered deported, yet able to carry out their lives in familiar surroundings. Dozens of other Nazi war crimes suspects in the U.S. were also entitled to Social Security and other public benefits for years as they fought deportation.

The United States can deport people over evidence of involvement in Nazi war crimes, but cannot put such people on trial because the alleged crimes did not take place on American soil. The responsibility to prosecute would lie with the countries where the crimes were committed or ordered - if the suspects ever end up there.

In the 34 years since the Justice Department created an office to find and deport Nazi suspects, the agency has initiated legal proceedings against 137 people. Less than half - at least 66 - have been removed by deportation, extradition or voluntary departure.

At least 20 died while their cases were pending. In at least 20 other cases, U.S. officials agreed not to pursue or enforce deportation orders, often because of poor health, according to a 2008 report by the Justice Department. In some cases, the U.S. government agreed not to file deportation proceedings in exchange for cooperation in other investigations, the report said.

But the key stumbling block has been the lack of political will by countries in Europe to accept those ordered to leave.

New York, NY

#3787 Aug 3, 2013
The Escape from jail clan

The mother of Derrick Estell -- the inmate who brazenly escaped an Arkansas detention center this week -- was arrested Friday for allegedly helping her son.

Glenda Estell, 54, was arrested without incident around 10:40 a.m. at her her home in Hot Springs, Arkansas, according to the arrest report. She is set to appear in court August 13 on one charge of assisting in or furnishing an implement of escape for an inmate.

Her son, Derrick, remains at large.
Inmate catches officers by surprise

According to Garland County Deputy Sheriff Scott Hinojosa, investigators have received tips on Estell's whereabouts in recent days "but unfortunately, at this point, none of them have been credible."

Surveillance video from Sunday shows Estell talking on the phone and then bolting through a 12-by-30-inch reception window at the Garland County Detention Center while another prisoner distracts deputies.

He then ran out the front of the jail -- with a deputy close behind him -- then jumped into a waiting car and sped away.

The getaway car was found, abandoned, just a few minutes away but there was no sign of Estell.

The vehicle was driven by Tamara Upshaw, who had been staying with Glenda Estell and was with her the day of Derrick's escape, according to the affidavit laying out probable cause for Glenda's arrest.

New York, NY

#3788 Aug 3, 2013
The savage riot clan

One of those arrested for participating in Sunday's riots in Huntington Beach has been identified as a Fullerton firefighter whose job is now in jeopardy.

Michael John Lytle, 30, of Anaheim, was held on suspicion of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Fullerton Fire Department officials reportedly told a KCBS/Channel 2 news reporter that Lytle has been placed on administrative leave.

Depending on how the case against him plays out, Lytle could be fired, the officials are reported to have added.

New York, NY

#3789 Aug 3, 2013
Hey Krap Slop, how did the Rabbi make out in court


One of those arrested for participating in Sunday's riots in Huntington Beach has been identified as a Fullerton firefighter whose job is now in jeopardy.

Michael John Lytle, 30, of Anaheim, was held on suspicion of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Fullerton Fire Department officials reportedly told a KCBS/Channel 2 news reporter that Lytle has been placed on administrative leave.

Depending on how the case against him plays out, Lytle could be fired, the officials are reported to have added.

New York, NY

#3790 Aug 3, 2013
The savage hooker and Ho Clan

Arizona authorities say a six-month investigation has resulted in the arrest and indictment of 18 people connected to the Phoenix Goddess Temple, where undercover investigators say they found workers performing sex acts in exchange for money.

The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office said that among the individuals arrested were men and women 'practitioners' and Goddess Temple founder Tracy Elise.

She faces charges of prostitution, illegal control of an enterprise, pandering, and operating a house of prostitution.

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