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#214 Jun 28, 2007
We The People usa wrote:
Illegal Aliens Attempt To Sneak Into The U.S. Under The Hood
NBC -- Three people wrapped themselves around the hot engine of a truck in a desperate attempt to enter the United States.
These pictures from U.S. Customs and Border Protection show how agents found the three, two women and a man, stuffed into the engine compartment of a pickup truck.
According to agents, the truck's driver was trying to head into the U.S. from Mexico at the Otay Mesa border crossing in California.
One of the women was treated for burns on an arm, a leg, and her abdomen.
The driver is charged with alien smuggling. ...
The link is not working.....

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Since: Jun 07

Sparks, Nevada

#215 Jun 28, 2007
That's strange, but no worries....that was the whole story I posted. I do that in case of that.

Bu t here is the whole link. I guess part of it was some how missing.


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#216 Jun 28, 2007
It also shows a photo too. I just tested it to make sure the link worked.
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#217 Jun 28, 2007
We The People usa wrote:
It also shows a photo too. I just tested it to make sure the link worked.
It works now. Unbelieveable! These people are like cockroaches!

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#218 Jun 29, 2007


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#219 Jun 29, 2007
MySpace Photos KO Fatal Crash Plea Deal

NASHUA, N.H.-- A prosecutor said photos posted on a Hudson teen's Web page led to the erosion of a plea deal that would have kept him out of jail for a fatal car crash last summer.

The photos show Michael Munoz Ramirez, 17, apparently taking part in an underage drinking party.

Police said that Ramirez caused a collision last July that killed his friend, Nathan Hergenhahn, 16. Ramirez appeared in court Thursday to have a plea bargain approved, but prosecutors withdrew the deal because of photos the victim's family found online.

The plea bargain had been supported by Hergenhahn's family, who said they were convinced that Ramirez was remorseful about the collision. Police said Ramirez was speeding when he struck a Ford Explorer in Hudson.

Ramirez was charged with two counts of vehicular assault and would have received a suspended sentence with substantial community service under the plea agreement.

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Sparks, Nevada

#221 Jul 2, 2007
Two men arrested after San Ramon robbery

Police arrested a pair of San Jose men early Sunday morning after a San Ramon man returned home early Sunday morning and was attacked in his garage by a group of men, leading to a helicopter and canine search above southeast San Ramon.

The victim apparently was targeted and attacked by the men as he pulled into his garage. The suspects fled in a vehicle. The victim followed them and called 911. Police tracked the car to a dead end near the Dublin border, said San Ramon police Sgt. Terry Reeder.

'The information suggests this was not random,' said Reeder.

The other suspects ran off. A Contra Costa County sheriff's helicopter crew and Danville police aided in the failed pursuit.

Reeder said he did not know a motive, nor what they stole, and it was unclear Sunday whether the victim suffered injury. The victim told police he saw no weapons, said Reeder.

Police arrest Miguel Munoz Flores, 20, and Felix Chaires, 29, both of San Jose. They were booked into County Jail in Martinez on suspicion of robbery, burglary, conspiracy to commit robbery and battery. Both remained there Sunday in lieu of $250,000 bail.

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Sparks, Nevada

#222 Jul 2, 2007
Ione man arrested following hour-long standoff, threat to wife

An Ione man was arrested Saturday night after threatening to kill his wife and a resulting standoff with sheriff's deputies.

The Amador County Sheriff's Office arrested 55-year-old Carlos Rangel Munoz around 8:30 p.m. June 9, after receiving a report that Munoz was armed with a rifle and a handgun and had threatened to shoot his wife, according to Undersheriff Jim Wegner.

Munoz's wife reported that she and Munoz were involved in a domestic argument outside the residence and that Munoz, after brandishing a rifle, told her that he should just shoot her. According to Wegner, the wife went back inside the home, while Munoz reportedly sat outside the residence near a vehicle.

When sheriff's deputies arrived at the home, Munoz repeatedly failed to obey their instructions. Wegner said that deputies were able to approach the home and evacuate three occupants. After approximately an hour-long standoff with Munoz, the deputies were able to take the armed man into custody.

Five firearms were recovered at the residence. After being taken into custody, Munoz was charged with making criminal threats.

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#223 Jul 2, 2007
Man sentenced in Tracy woman's slaying (1:04 p.m.)

STOCKTON – A 31-year-old man was sentenced to 15 years to life in state prison today for killing Tracy’s Jennifer Nicole Holland, his former girlfriend whose charred remains were found last year in a field outside Stockton.

Luis Alonso Vega, who has a large tattoo across his forehead, said nothing as San Joaquin County Superior Court Judge Bernard Garber pronounced the sentence that will likely keep Vega in prison for the rest of his life.

Investigators believe Holland, 19, was shot at a Tracy home and burned in the field. A jury last month found Vega guilty of second-degree murder and being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Garber said in the hearing that this was another sad case where drugs led to tragedy. He said he wished every school child could have watched the trial and personally witnessed the real side of drug abuse.

“There’s no glamour. There’s nothing positive,” Garber said.“It’s just a negative downward spiral, and, unfortunately, this one ended in tragedy.”

While Vega was convicted, his 18-year-old co-defendant was acquitted in the same trial. Zackarie James Beck was tried for first-degree murder but freed the same day jurors found Vega guilty.

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Sparks, Nevada

#224 Jul 2, 2007
Sacramento coach busted for molesting minor

Richard Tinoco
A Sacramento man is in the Amador County Jail following his arrest for molesting a child while camping over the Memorial Day weekend at Indian Grinding Rock State Park in Pine Grove.

According to the Amador County Sheriff's Office, it was notified June 2 by the Sacramento City Police Department of the reported incident involving 29-year-old Richard Tinoco and the minor, both of whom are Sacramento residents.

On Tuesday, Sacramento Police Department Sergeant Matt Young told the Ledger Dispatch that Tinoco, who was arrested in Sacramento Saturday afternoon, is a registered sex offender and a Little League baseball coach.

"We're very proud of the fact that our investigators were able to pursue the matter quickly and make an arrest within 24 hours of the child's mother walking into our Freeport station and making the report," Young said.

According to reports, Tinoco coached 7 and 8 year olds in Sacramento's Airport Little League, but background checks had failed to reveal his status as a registered sex offender.

According to the sheriff's office, Tinoco, who was also identified as an acquaintance of the victim's family, was booked into the Amador County Jail with bail set at $500,000.

The incident is still being investigated by the sheriff's office and Sacramento City Police Department.

The Amador County District Attorney's office confirmed on Monday that Tinoco was scheduled to make his first appearance in Amador Superior Court on Tuesday afternoon, which occurred after presstime.
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Long Island City, NY

#225 Jul 2, 2007
I don't see any verification of national origin in many of these articles. If anyone is interested in reading a somewhat credible article involving immigrants and crime stats here you go....

If you want is to continue spouting racial hate then you may want to skip it.

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Sparks, Nevada

#226 Jul 2, 2007
3 arrested in what police call 'organized retail crime'

Modesto police have arrested three Honduran men they say are responsible for taking as much as $100,000 in merchandise from stores in the Central Valley and Bay area since August.
According to a police news release, the men were arrested Thursday after workers at the McHenry Avenue Safeway store saw them take about $1,700 worth of over-the-counter medications. The men got into a Toyota Camry and drove out of the parking lot.

After Modesto Police Officer John Wesley caught up to the Camry on Highway 99, officers found items stolen from Safeway stores in Modesto and Turlock.

Modesto Police Detective Dave Ramirez said the men are from Honduras and in the United States illegally. The three — 41-year-old Rosa De Jesus Aparicio-Rodriguez of San Jose, 24-year-old David Varrilla-Obiedo of Stockton, and 26-year-old Carlos Anael Rodriguez-Cruz of Stockton — have been booked on burglary and conspiracy charges. Bail has been set at $250,000 for Varrilla-Obiedo and Rodriguez-Cruz. Aparicio-Rodriguez is being held without bail because he has been arrested and deported from the U.S. previously.

Ramirez said others could be involved.“This is organized retail crime, and we are seeing an increase in these crimes,” Ramirez said.

In such rings, thieves take everything from clothes, to medicine, to make-up and sell it on the black market, Ramirez said.

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Sparks, Nevada

#227 Jul 2, 2007
Missing Pregnant Teen Reportedly Seen In S.J.

The vehicle used in the kidnapping of a 17-year-old pregnant girl has been found and a witness claims to have seen the victim unhurt in San Jose, according to the Fresno County Sheriff's Department.

Both the suspect and the victim are still missing but authorities located in San Jose the gray four-door vehicle used in the kidnap.

A relative spotted the suspect and the victim in San Jose Thursday night but by the time the relative had alerted investigators and returned the pair had disappeared.

The relative did indicate that the victim, Ester Nieves, appeared to be unhurt but the relative did not communicate with either of them, according to Fresno County sheriff's Deputy Chris Curtice.

Curtice was not able to say whose relative it was, and where it was that the person sighted the suspect and victim.

On Tuesday night, 18-year-old Juan Carlos Martinez, of San Jose, and his 15-year-old nephew allegedly forced entry into the home of his pregnant ex-girlfriend, Ester Nieves, according to a statement from the Fresno County Sheriff's Department.

The suspects then forced Nieves through a broken window of the home, located on the 21000 block of East Lincoln Avenue near Reedley, and into a waiting car.

Martinez's 15-year-old nephew was taken into custody Wednesday night at approximately 9:30 p.m. after he was apparently dropped off in San Jose by the suspect. The nephew has been aiding in the investigation, according to Fresno County sheriff's Deputy Chris Curtice.

Nieves was in the car used in the kidnapping when the nephew was dropped off and was in fair condition, Curtice said.

A warrant for kidnapping has been issued for Martinez and more charges are likely to come, according to Curtice.

Martinez is described as a Hispanic male, approximately 5 feet 7 inches with a thin build, short black hair and as clean-shaven.

Nieves, eight months pregnant, was described as a Hispanic female, 5 feet 8 inches with a medium build. She was last seen wearing white pants and a white or yellow colored T-shirt.

"We're hoping for the best," Curtice said.

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#228 Jul 3, 2007
Man enters guilty plea in Fallon death

FALLON -- A 29-year-old man has entered a guilty plea to second-degree murder in the August 2005 death of a 2-year-old Fallon girl.

Jose Valencia Jr. entered the Alford plea Wednesday before testimony was to begin in his district court trial.

Under the plea, Valencia maintains his innocence but agrees the prosecution has enough evidence for a probable conviction.

Valencia was charged in the beating death of Nikaliah Knoch, who suffered more than 30 injuries. Valencia was the boyfriend of Julie Camacho, Nikaliah's mother.

Valencia was accused of hitting the girl with a clothes hanger and his fist because she soiled her diaper and a bed.

Valencia, who awaits sentencing July 31, faces either life in prison or a 25-year prison term -- both with parole eligibility after 10 years.

Defense attorney Paul Yohey said it was in Valencia's best interest to accept the plea bargain agreement because all other charges against him were dismissed.

"He has three felony convictions out of Arizona," Yohey said. "The possibility of the life sentence is quite high."

Deputy District Attorney Lane Mills said the Nevada Parole Board considers an inmate's criminal history in parole requests.

"He has a criminal history that we think the parole board will take seriously," he said.

Two key witnesses were Nikaliah's brother and sister, who were 5 and 4 at the time. The plea agreement spared them from reliving the case at trial, prosecutors said.

Julie Camacho and her three children now live in Tennessee. She was pregnant with Valencia's child at the time Nikaliah died.

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#229 Jul 3, 2007
Suspect wanted for two robberies

HESPERIA — San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputies are seeking leads on an unidentified man suspected of robbing two liquor stores in one day.

The suspect, described as a Hispanic adult in his late 20s allegedly robbed Live Oak Liquor in Hesperia and another store on June 23, said Detective Glenn Mellor of the Hesperia station.

Mellor said that the clerk at Live Oak Liquor appeared to have a mark on his head resulting from being hit by a hammer.

The suspect is believed to be 5-foot-9, 150 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

He was seen getting into a late-model silver or gray four-door foreign sedan, possibly driven by a female.

Information can be left anonymously by calling WeTip at (800) 78-CRIME.

WeTip informants are eligible for up to a $1,000 reward if their information leads to the arrest and conviction of the suspect.

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Sparks, Nevada

#230 Jul 5, 2007
Man attacked with machete at late-night party
Victim rushed into surgery

VICTORVILLE — When some of the 15 to 20 guests at a local man’s house began fighting, he brought out a machete to scare them into calming down, officials said.

But the man reportedly left the machete out unattended and one of the guests grabbed it and began slicing and stabbing another guest, Detective James Wiebeld of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Victorville station said of the Tuesday night incident in the 16500 block of Datson Place.

“In an attempt to disperse the fighting the resident produced the machete,” Wiebeld said.“Once they stopped arguing he laid the machete down and walked away. Then the suspect grabbed it.”

During the attack, which left the unnamed victim with possibly life-threatening injuries, a woman ran out the front door where she began screaming for help.

And help was nearby.

A deputy had pulled a motorist over right across the street from the home around 8:30 p.m., officials said.

“He had requested another unit for backup on the traffic stop, and two patrol cars arrived. When the woman started screaming some of the deputies went into the home and another waited outside,” Wiebeld said.

The machete-wielding suspect, later identified as Jaime Joel Esqueda, 34, of Victorville, saw the authorities and literally jumped through a front window and out into the yard to escape. Instead he landed just a few feet from the waiting deputy, who arrested him without further incident, Wiebeld said.

The victim in his mid-twenties was flown by air ambulance to an area trauma center where he was admitted with “severe wounds,” Wiebeld said.

“In talking to the hospital staff there was possibly an artery cut. The last I heard he was going into surgery to repair the artery in his arm. We don’t have an updated condition for him,” Wiebeld said.

Esqueda was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and booked into the Victor Valley Jail on $500,000 bail, but he also had two active warrants, one of which was a no bail hold.

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#231 Jul 9, 2007
Illegal fireworks lead police to pot farm, 4 arrests

PASADENA - The discovery of a sophisticated indoor marijuana farm on Wednesday night in a house on a quiet street in the city led to the arrests of four men - including two from Rancho Cucamonga.
A semiautomatic rifle and an elaborate surveillance system were also discovered at the house, police said.

"The notion that operations like this are a victimless crime is a crock," Pasadena police Lt. Thomas Pederson said. "People have a misperception that there's a difference between marijuana houses and crack- cocaine houses. If it was such a safe operation, why would they need weapons and surveillance equipment?"

Rancho Cucamonga residents Gregory Salas, 27, and Benjamin Pena, 29, as well as David Dabney, 30, and Juan Castillo, 31, both of Pasadena, were arrested after a patrol unit observed three of them dashing into the house at 555 Elizabeth St.

Police were in the area after responding about 11:10 p.m. to a report of shots being fired, Pederson said.

The sound of gunshots might actually have been Independence Day fireworks, he said.

Pederson said the men were in possession of illegal fireworks, which were also discovered inside the low-key, neatly manicured house. Refuse from firecrackers was strewn in the driveway.
"Not a great idea ... to set off fireworks and lead the police to your illegal operation," Pederson said.

The responding officers contained the house and ordered everyone out. The officers then found about a quarter pound of marijuana in the house. There was a strong smell of the drug throughout the house, Pederson said.

Detectives obtained a search warrant and discovered 190 marijuana plants in the attic and garage being grown with a sophisticated, self-sustaining hydroponics system, Pederson said.

A 9 mm semiautomatic assault rifle with a folding stock, which makes it easier to carry, was also discovered, he said.

"This is a good illustration of why marijuana grows like this should be taken seriously," Pederson said, referring to the weapon. "People on marijuana don't get as violent as some on crack do, but here is a suspect who feels he needs to be protected, so he obtains significant hardware."

Pederson said the house had been rented to Dabney, an ex-felon with a previous marijuana-cultivation charge.

Dabney was believed to be an electrician by vocation, as the hydroponic system was rigged to side-step the city power meter, requiring sophisticated knowledge, Pederson said.

The system had the capacity to accommodate at least 96 more plants, he said.

A surveillance system allowed the men to watch the street and the garage at the rear of the home.

No one answered the door at the house on Friday afternoon.

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#232 Jul 9, 2007
Man held in molesting of child

FONTANA - An illegal immigrant living in the city has been arrested on suspicion of multiple molestations during a five-year period.
Fontana police detectives arrested Cristino Castaneda Guillen, 33, Tuesday on suspicion of lewd and lascivious acts with a child, according to a police news release.

The arrest came after police interviewed Guillen in response to a molestation investigation.

The alleged molestations came to light after Guillen's daughter told her mother that she had been molested, police Sgt. Doug Wagner said.

Investigators said they believe there are more victims.

"We've identified four, possibly five more so far," Wagner said.
old salty


#233 Jul 9, 2007
stop monkey hypnotism......

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#234 Jul 10, 2007
lol dont forget other world life form. for every latino/hispanic/mexican in prison there is a 1 white man that gets away and stays out of prison thanks to mommy and daddy. so get over it. nor am i saying that hispanics are a great people im just saying that damn rice and beans are mutherF%$^&ing good damn lol
and with out us white people wouldnt have that or wouldnt hve taco bell thats right see all the good we do lol. and also even if u list all that guess wat white people did mmmm yea mutherF%$#^ing WWI WWII so yea u all aint perfect either everyone in our history of man has left one area for a better life. you're just mad that u cant get welfare becouse theres abundant of mexicans on it ahahahah an no i dont have welfare but i am a AMERICAN an thats all that matters

so less QQ more PEW PEW

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