#1566 Apr 18, 2011
The Ticket fixing Police Savages.
Last week, sources said grand jury indictments targeting as many as 40 police officers were expected to come shortly.
Those sources also indicated that NYPD Internal Affairs investigators have been secretly wire-tapping calls made to and from dozens of police officers and reportedly have thousands of hours of tapes.
The case reportedly started by accident. The owner of a barbershop not far from the 43d Precinct in the Bronx apparently called his cop son to see about fixing a ticket. That phone call was being tapped by Internal Affairs officers, who were investigating local drug trafficking, according to CBS 2′s Marcia Kramer.
Though Bloomberg was adamant about ticket fixing being “almost impossible,” the mayor did admit “there’s always the possibility of somebody scamming any system.”
“You can never make it a 100 percent bulletproof,” he said.
#1567 Apr 18, 2011
Hey Z da savages b's alls 'round use.
#1568 Apr 18, 2011
You got to admit the meth taking Hooch drinking hillbiliies are out of control
#1569 Apr 18, 2011
Too bad you're waking up BONE again in SAVAGELAND in the AM. TEE HEE
#1570 Apr 19, 2011
two bad you are still waking around a bunch of dumb ignorant stupid hillbillies.
#1571 Apr 19, 2011
The Hillbilly sheriff savage
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em.
A sheriff in a meth/hillbilly ravaged county in the Missouri Ozarks has been arrested - for distributing meth.
Tommy Adams, who had been the sheriff of Carter County for more than two years, was arrested this month after giving an informant the drug and then snorting it himself.
Adams, 31, is being held on $250,000 bond.
Investigators noticed that there had been far fewer meth lab busts in the county since Adams took over, and now say they suspect they know why.
"I think meth is out there and maybe he knew what was going on," said Carter County Presiding Commissioner John Bailiff. "I think a lot of people just turn a deaf ear to it, including maybe the sheriff."
Adams had just two years of law enforcement experience when he won a bizarre election to get the $37,000-a-year job.
Running in 2008 as a Republican against a heavily favored Democratic incumbent, Adams became the favorite when his opponent committed suicide just weeks before the election.
It was too late to take his opponent's name off the ballot, and Adams narrowly eked in by just one vote - 1,424-1,423.
The case has been taken over the state attorney general's office.
#1572 Apr 19, 2011
look around you it's all bone. TeeHee
#1573 Apr 19, 2011
I see Hillbillies
#1574 Apr 19, 2011
If you did you'd be on the RUN, RUN, RUN!
Hey Magilla right from the NYPost web front page, featuring a Brooklyn savage, take a peek:
#1575 Apr 19, 2011
Another savage tale from the Criminal Hillbillies.
A Family Dollar employee who was entrusted with the responsibility of depositing the store's money at a local bank has been charged with theft.
Police say it happened Sunday morning.
According to an arrest report, police received a call from 40-year-old Melissa A. Goley. Goley said she and her husband, 48-year-old James T. Goley, drove to the PNC Bank on New Cut Road near 3rd Street Road in order to deposit money for Family Dollar.
Goley said while they were making the deposit, someone approached her from behind and took the money.
But, upon further investigation, police say that isn't quite how it happened.
According to the arrest report, police were able to obtain surveillance video of the alleged incident. Police say they observed the Goleys' truck pull into the bank parking lot, but no one ever got out of the vehicle to make a deposit. The vehicle eventually drove off the lot.
Eventually, James Goley was questioned and police say he admitted to stealing the money. Police later recovered the cash.
Both James Goley and Melissa Goley were charged with theft by unlawful taking. Melissa Goley was charged with falsely reporting an incident.
Hillbillies are out of control
#1576 Apr 20, 2011
Another savage tale from
"THE CRIMINAL HILLIBILLIES"
BOWLING GREEN, Ky.(AP)— A woman used a stun gun to subdue an expectant mother before killing her and cutting the baby boy from her body, a Kentucky State Police investigator testified Tuesday.
Detective Chad Winn, speaking during a preliminary hearing in Warren County District Court, said Kathy Michelle Coy told 21-year old Jamie Stice they were going shopping for baby supplies but took her instead to a wooded area with plans to kill her.
Coy, 33, has been charged with murder and kidnapping of a minor.
Winn testified that after attacking Stice with the stun gun, Coy slit Stice's throat and wrists, then cut the baby out of her abdomen. Winn said Coy eventually led investigators to Stice's body and gave details of the slaying.
"She advised that she stunned her, her throat was slit, her wrists were slit, she was disemboweled," Winn said as members of Stice's family fled the courtroom in tears. "The baby was obviously cut out of her."
Stice's remains were found off a dirt road in the Oakland community of southern Kentucky on April 14, less than a day after she was last seen leaving her home with Coy. Coy was arrested after showing up at a Bowling Green hospital with a newborn baby, but no signs of having given birth, Winn said.
Warren County District Judge Sam Potter sent the case to the grand jury. Coy's public defender, Jim Gibson, objected to the preliminary hearing, saying Coy's competency and mental state were uncertain.
"The defense is concerned that there are significant mental health issues," Gibson said.
Warren County Commonwealth's Attorney Chris Cohron said he may seek the death penalty for Coy, but will make that decision after any mental health issues are litigated. Cohron said the case will be presented to a grand jury within two months.
#1577 Apr 20, 2011
ZERO, forever a savage and lifetime Brooklyn bone.
No amount of postings/scrubbing will ever change that Z.
#1578 Apr 21, 2011
Another savage tale from
"THE CRIMINAL HILLIBILLIES"
Death, Meth or incest.
Eugene "Gino" Ferri, a person of interest in a triple homicide near Mesilla, N.M., a year ago, has been charged with three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths, according to Dona Ana County District Attorney Amy Orlando.
Ferri has been in custody since April 8, when he was arrested in El Paso, Texas, and charged with concealing encumbered property after authorities said they discovered he had $1 million worth of animal trophies in his possession.
Dona Ana County Sheriff's officials said the weapon that was used in the shooting deaths was a Cobray SW 9 mm semiautomatic gun -- a weapon described by a sheriff's sergeant as being similar to an Uzi. Officials said the the weapon was found in the septic tank at La Llorona Park in Las Cruces, N.M., in recent weeks.
Dona Ana County sheriff's deputies found the bodies of Gilles and Helga Delisles, along with Peter Weith, shot to death inside the Delisles' Mesilla Hills home on the morning of April 15, 2010. Sheriff's officials said Gilles was found face down in the kitchen with several gunshot wounds, his wife was found five feet away with a gunshot to the head, and Weith was found with a gunshot wound to the head in a bathroom at the south end of the home.
Sheriff's deputies said the homicides happened on or about April 14, 2010.
Orlando said a cooperating witness met with Ferri the night of April 14, 2010, and dropped Ferri off at the Delisles' home before the witness left the scene.
The cooperating witness, whose identity has not been released, met with Ferri later that night and said Ferri was driving the Delisles' white Pathfinder, according to Orlando. Orlando said Ferri then instructed the witness to follow him and they left the Pathfinder in front of the sheriff's office where it was discovered days later.
Orlando said the witness and Ferri talked later that night and that Ferri told the witness that what he did at the Delisles' home "felt good to him."
Orlando would not discuss a possible motive for the homicides, but Ferri and the three killed did know each other through business dealings.
Court documents from 2008 state Gilles Delisles represented Weith in a bankruptcy case involving Las Cruces resident Carol Ferri. According to case records, Carol's son, Gino, controlled her finances, and owed as much as $1.3 million to Weith for three investment properties.
Days before investigators found the bodies of the Delisles and Weith, a judge agreed to change Carol Ferri's bankruptcy claim from Chapter 11 reorganization to Chapter 7 liquidation, according to documents. It was a request Delisles made on behalf of Weith.
Gino Ferri also has been charged with aggravated burglary, unlawful taking of a motor vehicle and two counts of tampering with evidence.
#1579 Apr 21, 2011
Keep scrubbing Zero.
Why is there ALWAYS a story about your fellow Brooklyn bones in the NYPost everyday?
Today, the do-nothing Brooklyn bone story, enjoy.
A former ACS worker charged in the horrific starvation death of a 4-year-old Brooklyn girl is a victim to be pitied, too, his lawyer claimed yesterday.
Damon Adams -- hit with the first such prosecution of a child-protective worker in city history -- is facing "unjustifiable persecution," his lawyer, Anthony Grandenette, said in court.
Adams has been charged with criminally negligent homicide along with an Administration for Children's Services colleague in the death of Marchella Pierce.
The little girl was allegedly starved, force-fed cold-medication pills, bound and beaten to death by her mother, Carlotta Brett-Pierce, in the family's Bedford-Stuyvesant apartment last year.
The other charged former ACS worker, Chereece Bell, 34, allegedly failed to monitor Adams' work.
#1580 Apr 21, 2011
Another savage tale from
"THE CRIMINAL HILLIBILLIES"
Death, Meth,theft or incest.
Former County Judge Luther Jones and former District Clerk Gilbert Sanchez were found guilty by a federal jury Wednesday afternoon on two counts each of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and deprivation of honest services.
Shortly after 2 p.m., in a packed courtroom, Sanchez and Jones were told by a rather stern Judge Frank Montalvo to stand up for the verdict. Jones and Sanchez both bowed their heads as they heard the guilty verdict. Jones' daughter began sobbing and Sanchez's mother put her head down in her hands.
Jones and Sanchez were immediately taken into custody and face up to 20 years in prison on each count. Jones' daughter cried even more when she heard Montalvo say her father had to be taken into custody immediately.
Jones, an attorney, was accused of conspiring with Sanchez to steer a county contract to Altep in late 2003 through 2004. The contract was never awarded to any company.
Orlando Mondragon, Sanchez' attorney, said his client did not say anything after the verdict was read.
"He was prepared for the worst," Mondragon said. "I mean, we're disappointed, but not surprised, because you never know what's going to happen in trial."
Stephen Peters, Jones' attorney, said he was surprised at the verdict but he did not comment on if he was surprised that Jones and Sanchez were taken into custody right away.
Sanchez earned $85,156 a year as district clerk. He was first elected to the position in 2002 and lost his re-election bid in 2010. Jones has been elected to county and state positions. From 1973 until January of 1981, he served as a member of the Texas House of Representatives. In 1986 he was elected to a full term as County Judge. He left office in Dec. 1990.
Closing arguments in their federal corruption trial concluded early Tuesday afternoon and the jury began deliberations.
Defense attorneys for Jones and Sanchez were given 45 minutes to make their closing arguments in front of a completely packed courtroom. The government was given an hour-and-a-half total, including a final rebuttal, before the case was handed over to the jury at about 2 p.m.
In the government's initial closing argument, they detailed the two charges against Jones and Sanchez - conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud, which each carry a sentence of up to 20 years in prison.
U.S. Attorney Laura Gregory pointed out that in a conspiracy, only two people -- in this case Jones and Sanchez -- have to agree to conspire, and both parties must know of the unlawful plan.
Gregory said it was clear by the communication between Jones and Sanchez, including numerous allegedly incriminating emails the government presented during trial, that they knew of the plan to steer a digitization contract for the district clerk's office toward Altep.
Peters then gave his closing argument, saying right off the bat, "Luther Jones was not a member of a conspiracy to commit a crime. There was no conspiracy to commit a crime. There is no evidence he had any understanding he was committing an unlawful act."
Peters pointed out the government spent a lot of time presenting evidence which he said had nothing to do with this case, including Jones' alleged dirty dealings with the Ysleta Independent School District and the Catalina Land Deal.
U.S. attorneys said during closing arguments that those matters did have relevance because it showed the complete picture of what Jones was up to.
#1581 Apr 21, 2011
A man claiming to be a disabled vet was convicted Wednesday of ripping off the government for $16 million in federal contracts.
A Manhattan federal jury said John Anthony Raymond White and his firm, Mitsubishi Construction Corp., bid on contracts the VA awarded under the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Program.
White at times claimed he hurt his back while a Navy ROTC; other times he said he was in Special Forces.
The jury concluded he was always a fraud - and he faces up to 75 years in jail and $3.7 million in fines when sentenced.
He won several contracts, including a $5.7 million job in 2009 to build a flood wall around the Veterans Administration Medical Center on E. 23rd St. in Manhattan.
"Those contracts were supposed to go to real veterans," prosecutor Virgil Bragg said.
Eventually, the VA got suspicious and discovered White has a rap sheet for forgery and grand larceny.
White ultimately told the VA he was not a vet.
#1582 Apr 21, 2011
Lookie, lookie here Z. I found four more of your fellow Brooklyn bone savages in the NY Post:
A heroic off-duty Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority cop got into a Wild West-style shootout yesterday with four armed thugs who tried to rob a Brooklyn auto-body shop -- blasting two of the suspects, authorities said.
Officer Anthony Presley, 39, was shot in the shoulder during the gun battle, but was not seriously wounded, law-enforcement sources said.
"I'm not really surprised, that's the type of person he is," his proud mother Loretta Presley told The Post.
"He's a hero. He's brave. If he could help anyone, he would."
The bloody skirmish began at around 8:30 p.m. inside the DSG Auto Repair on Albany Avenue near Atlantic Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
The thugs barged in and announced a robbery, ordered Presley and the three civilians in the shop to lie on the ground.
When Presley, a 10-year veteran, saw that the suspects were rifling through people's pockets, he pulled out his service revolver, identified himself as a cop and ordered the thugs to drop their weapons, sources said.
It wasn't clear who fired first, but two robbers were shot and two escaped empty-handed.
#1583 Apr 21, 2011
Luther Jones and Gilbert Sanchez, bone and hispanic hillbillies, too funny!
#1585 Apr 21, 2011
Another savage tale from
"THE CRIMINAL HILLIBILLIES"
Death, Meth,theft or incest.
Police said Timothy Neal McKinley, 51, faces 13 sexual assault charges.
Police said the investigation began on Jan. 20, 2010, when they went to interview a girl who claimed she was physically abused.
During the interview, the 11-year-old girl told police McKinley had touched her "in the wrong places" and that she caught him having intercourse with a 14-year-old girl.
KOCO does not identify rape victims and will not release information that could lead to the identity of victims in the case.
According to the court document, the latest accusation wasn't the first for McKinley.
"The victim in this case disclosed this pattern of behavior started back in 2005," said Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn.
In 2006, McKinley was accused of taking nude photographs of children. Investigators seized several adult items and his computer, which, investigators said, had a large number of pornographic images that "demonstrate a particular sex and age preference toward young children and teens."
Among the photos on the computer, police said, were some of the girl who told police in the January 2010 interview that McKinley touched her.
No charges ever came from the 2006 case, but all property is still being held at the Cleveland County Sheriff's Department, the affidavit said.
According to the latest accusation against McKinley, police said the girl told them that McKinley touched her on several occasions, including an instance in a shower, and forced her to perform sex acts on an adult toy and the other girl to do the same. On other occasions, the affidavit said, McKinley forced the girl into performing sex acts on him and made her watch as he had intercourse with a teen girl.
Prosecutors said McKinley was grooming his victims.
"(Pedophiles) have a child (and say),'Hey, come look at these pictures. Come look at this. Wouldn't you like to try that?'" Mashburn said.
#1586 Apr 21, 2011
Here ya go Z. She may be from Mississippi via Brooklyn, she certainly resembles the typical savage Brooklyn bone. You can find her gorilla photo in the NY Daily News.
Cops made a grisly discovery in a mom's kitchen Wednesday, finding the woman's burned 3-year-old son dead in the oven.
Terrie Robinson, 24, was arrested and charged with murdering her son, Tristan, in Greenville, Miss.
Washington County coroner Methel 'Meth' Johnson said Tristan suffered head trauma, but he was still trying to determine whether the child was dead before being placed in the oven.
"This is a really sad moment for me. I've seen a lot of things, but this is one that will stick in my memory for a long, long time," Johnson told The Associated Press.
The coroner said a young girl was found in the home and placed in protective care.
Robinson's sister, Sherrie, told local TV station WXVT her family is in shock.
"She was a great parent, a good person. We don't know what's wrong. We don't know what happened," Sherrie Robinson said through tears.
"All we can do is cry and pray."
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