Indianapolis - Metro police have arrested in a teenager in the murder case of Mario Gonzalez-Tello.
Gonzalez-Tello, 72, was trying to defend a friend who was being robbed. In the process, police believe Dominique Staten, 16, shot and killed Gonzalez-Tello. The incident occurred on June 20th in the 5300 block of West 38th Street.
Police have charged three people in a plot to have two Virginia Beach police detectives and another person killed.
According to police, Ronald Mayfield Jr., an inmate at the Virginia Beach Correctional Center, is charged with trying to hire another man to carry out the killings and enlist his girlfriend in the plan.
HipHopDX: So let’s just start with your most recent barb on “Killionaire”: “I see these fake-ass Bloods, I keep a tight lip.” Was that a shot at Lil Wayne or no?
Killer Mike: That’s a shot at every rapper who is going against the words of T. Rodgers. See, I don’t want you to reduce me or my words to anything petty. And the reason I say that is I accept and acknowledge the accountability that I have as a rapper in influencing the greater public.… Continue
The life of Donald Goines was fraught with hardship and tragedy. Only after his death did it develop into a success story of creative inspiration for the black community. This documentary tells the life story, as raw as anything to be found in his novels, of this prolific literary hero, whose books continue to be bestsellers both nationally and internationally. Shot on Super 35 mm, Super 16, High-Def, Super 8 and Digital DV, the Goines family provides an inside perspective on… Continue
FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS — Jessie James Hogan's speech was slurred and his eyes were bloodshot, a Fairview Heights police officer wrote, during a routine traffic stop of Hogan's tan Cadillac Eldorado last month. Hogan couldn't complete sobriety tests, and an arrest for drunken driving followed.
It was nothing new for Hogan, 46, of Belleville. He has been arrested for drunken driving 13 times, 10 in St. Clair County, according to a Post-Dispatch review of… Continue
AUBURN - Police surrounded a cluster of buildings in the New Auburn neighborhood Thursday after shots were fired near the intersection of Broad and Third streets.
No one was hurt in the home invasion but witnesses said two teenagers chased a third man out of a building, firing from an assault rifle as they ran.
Police arrested one teenager at gunpoint after he approached them on Third Street and was pointed out by a woman who shouted… Continue
Oh boy, so it looks like Lil Wayne might’ve gotten locked up again last night at club Dream in New Orleans. According to sources, Weezy was approached by some nobody probably wanting to talk about a deal when things went sour. Supposedly Weezy laughed in the guys face proclaiming his status as the King of New Orleans when the guy snapped and a brief scuffle ensued.
Cops were called and both men were arrested. But it gets worst for Mr. Carter;… Continue
Earlier Thursday, as jury selection began, Nichols pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to murder and a host of other charges related to a March 2005 shooting spree that began at the courthouse and killed four people.
Superior Court Judge James Bodiford, brought in from nearby Cobb County, said he was "extremely concerned" about continuing with the trial in the same courthouse where a judge, a court stenographer and a bailiff were gunned down… Continue
PINELLAS PARK -- A South Carolina mother was killed and four others were hospitalized in a police drug bust that went bad.
Officers with the Pinellas Park Police vice squad completed an undercover drug bust about 9 p.m. in a parking lot when the two male suspects involved in the drug buy sped away from a police maneuver attempting to block them in, said Capt.… Continue
*Spike Lee says Jesse Jackson needs to go somewhere and sit down.
Well not in those words, but when EUR caught up with the filmmaker in Beverly Hills yesterday to discuss Jackson's comments about Barack Obama "talking down to black people," and wanting to "cut off his nuts," Lee expressed profound disappointment in the civil rights veteran and suggested that jealousy may have been behind his words, which were said when Jackson thought his mic was… Continue
he Summer 2008 issue of Rap-Up magazine features three female stars who are poised to shake up the industry: Teyana Taylor, Keri Hilson and Solange. All three ladies bring something new and unique to the stagnant music industry.
Nas, never afraid to speak his mind, blasted Messy Jesse for making that infamous out of pocket statement:
“I think Jesse Jackson, he’s the biggest player hater. His time is up. All you old n****s, time is up. We heard your voice, we saw your marching, we heard your sermons. We don’t wanna hear that s**t no more.
“It’s a new day. It’s a new voice. I’m here now. We don’t need Jesse; I’m here. I got this. We got Barack, we got David Banners and Young… Continue