*Singer Nate Dogg was arrested Monday morning in Los Angeles after a woman claiming to be his estranged wife called police to say he was making death threats against her as he drove behind her on a freeway.
According to reports, both Nate Dogg and the woman were pulled over on the 405 freeway and questioned separately. Police decided to arrest Nate for making terrorist threats and driving on a suspended license.
The thug crooner, born… Continue
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DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. (MyFox Atlanta) – The estranged husband of one of the two women murdered in a DeKalb County home Sunday was arrested in the case. Thirty-four-year-old Demetrius Russell was charged with two counts of murder. Police said Russell and his wife were separated.
The two women were killed early Sunday morning in their Decatur home, leaving six children without their mothers. Police suspect the children were at the home on Eastwood… Continue
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Prison cells await two more people who have been sentenced for their roles in the 2005 gang rape and prostitution of a 15-year-old El Mirage girl.
Ryan Lia Rasmussen, 29, also known as "Hawaiian Ryan," and Mark Anthony Grayned, 22, both of Phoenix, will join four other people who have been imprisoned in the case.
Rasmussen was sentenced Friday to 14 years in prison, while Grayned received a seven-year stretch. The two men, who are… Continue
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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A teenager who was in jail for burglary was taken to his dentist Friday -- and that's when police said his friends, armed with a gun and Mace, broke him free.
A corrections officer was transporting a juvenile inmate from the Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center to the Linden Area Medical Center for a dentist appointment, NBC 4's Patrick Preston reported.
Two males at the medical center came at the corrections… Continue
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A 19-year-old man was fatally shot Monday afternoon during an apparent gang-related attack on a funeral procession on Chicago's Southwest Side, an incident that briefly led authorities to lock down the hospital where the victim was taken for fear of more gang violence.
The victim, Issac Sauceda, 19, was shot about 1:40 p.m. in the 5800 block of South Archer Avenue, in the Garfield Ridge neighborhood, according to the Cook County medical… Continue
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Mom told me that i was gonna make it out of high school and that i will do something with my life. Not everybody gets a second chance i glad my second chance turned out good.
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Kobe can't win without… Continue
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The family and friends of a 19-year-old Brooklyn student who was beaten to death in East Flatbush by a group of ten men are calling for justice.
Darcy Antoine had received a football scholarship to Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh but a decision to take a semester off and come back to New York ended his life.
"I was mad at first, mad at god, why didn't you protect him, he was so good, he never hurt anybody," said Magdalah… Continue
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A 19-year-old Ferguson man was shot to death Sunday night in St. Louis after several men confronted him and robbed him of his gold chain, police said today.
The victim -- Terrance Mims, of the Henquin Drive -- had been shot at three times, including once in the head, police said.
Police say that Mims was walking north in the 5100 block of Riverview Drive about 8:20 p.m. Sunday when several men walked up to him, police… Continue
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Three teenagers will face trial in the brutal beating of a motorist earlier this month on North River Road in Mt. Clemens, a Macomb County district judge ruled this afternoon.
One of the teens, who originally faced a felony charge of inciting a riot, had another felony added: attempted murder. That teen, Steve Lincoln, allegedly stomped and kicked the victim in the head.
That came after a 16-year-old, who… Continue
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Makeda Barnes-Joseph filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit in a Bronx court today against Remy Ma, Universal Music Group, Sure Shot Recordings, and The Pizza Bar, the Manhattan establishment where she and the rapper were partying before the Barnes-Joseph was shot. The court documents are available to view at TMZ.com.
The suit claims UMG and Sure Shot created and marketed an image for Remy Ma that promotes her as “anti-social, violent,… Continue
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HOUSTON -- The father of two missing children has led investigators to the children's charred remains, police said Saturday.
Police found the remains of Randy Sylvester Jr., 7, and his sister Denim Sylvester, 3, packed in a wooden chest and a suitcase and left in a wooded area in southeastern Houston, about 5 miles from their home in suburban Pasadena, said Vance Mitchell, a Pasadena police… Continue
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Adolfo Gonzalez, a 25-year-old Latino male, was shot to death, after getting involved in an argument with a driver who had rear-ended the car in which Gonzalez was a passenger, according to stories in the NY Post and Daily News.
Gonzalez, a truck driver, was riding in a friend's black Acura when it was rear-ended by another car at the corner of White Plains Road and Morris Park Avenue in the Bronx. Gonzalez got out to look at the damage and got… Continue
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Growing up in north St. Louis, Demond Taylor knew he didn't want to be like the neighborhood drug dealers.
He worked as a security officer at St. Louis University for several years before becoming a certified police officer. He worked brief stints in the Berkeley and Jennings departments before going back to campus policing, this time at St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley in Ferguson.
He didn't like the danger of… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on June 22, 2008 at 11:41am —
TAMPA - A woman called Tampa police early this morning saying her "pimp" had control of her 1-year-old son.
She told police that she initially allowed Odonga Kenya Rush, also known as John C. Hayes, to babysit for her child while she worked.
She was supposed to pick up the child at 6 p.m Friday, according to a police report.
Instead she called the police at 2:11 a.m. today claiming that during telephone and text… Continue
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God was busted today.
At high noon.
For selling cocaine. Near a church.
God Lucky Howard, 39, described in jail records as a mortgage broker, was arrested by Tampa police. He was charged with one count each of delivery of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a church, a school and public housing; one count each of delivery of cocaine with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a church, a school and public housing; and two counts of… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on June 22, 2008 at 11:33am —
Soulja boy is fresh ass hell and is actually the true meaning of what hip hop is sposed to be. He came from the hood, made his own beats, made up a new saying, new sound and a new dance with one song. He had all of America rapping this summer. If that ain’t Hip Hop then what is? A bunch of wannabe keep it real rappers that ain’t even relevant, recycling samples trying to act like it’s 96 again and all they do is hate on new shit?… Continue
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