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Re: American Mud Crime
« Reply #165 on: 10 July 2019 at 01:13 »
https://www.wptv.com/news/region-pinellas/florida-woman-accused-of-urinating-in-ice-cream-machine-at-local-ice-cream-shop

Florida woman accused of urinating in ice cream machine at local shop

Posted: 1:02 PM, Jul 09, 2019
By: Sarah Hollenbeck

INDIAN SHORES, Fla. — A St. Petersburg woman was arrested Monday and charged with tampering with food. An arrest affidavit claims she peed in an ice cream churning machine and picked her nose and stuck her fingers in ice cream containers.

Indian Shores Police say the incidents happened at Lu Lu’s Ice Cream shop at 19823 Gulf Blvd. in Indian Shores.

According to arrest documents, Jung Soon Wypcha, who police officers say owns the adjoining Indian Shores Food Mart business next to the ice cream shop, was seen on video using the shared bathroom with the door open five different times in the month of June.

Arrest reports say she did not wash her hands after using the restroom. In at least one of those bathroom breaks, she walked over to a freezer containing cartons of ice cream and shoved her hands into the ice cream containers. On another occasion, cameras captured her picking her nose and sticking her hands in the ice cream. Wypcha was also seen on surveillance video spitting into the ice cream containers.

On a final occasion, Wypcha allegedly used the ice cream churning machine as a makeshift toilet then emptied her urine in a sink used to rinse out ice cream equipment and bowls.

Indian Shores Police officers say all the incidents were captured on video surveillance.

According to arrest records, Wypcha caused $2,000 worth of damage to the products and the store also had to close down to clean equipment and throw away any tampered ice cream products.

Officers arrested Wypcha on July 8 and charged her with criminal mischief and violating Florida’s Anti-Tampering law.

An attorney for Wypcha tells ABC Action News it is too early to comment on the arrest.

Paul Chiulli and his wife Beth, who own Lu Lu's Ice Cream shop say they are devastated. “Stuff like this can ruin our business and can ruin our lives,” Paul Chiulli explained.

“It just breaks my heart,” Beth added with a sigh.

Paul Chiulli believes the dispute may have started over the ice cream shop's growing popularity and disputes over parking spaces in the lot the businesses share.

“We didn’t even know she was mad. But I’m guessing it’s from the parking and us being popular,” Chiulli elaborated.

Chiulli says they are upset but won't let the crime impact their livelihood.

“We’re the type of people that brush ourselves off and pick ourselves up and we'll go back to doing what we do best: Serving good Ice cream to the community,” he explained.

Chiulli says they threw out all the frozen treats in the store and restocked with fresh products. They also cut off access to the back room and bathroom shared between the two businesses. Chiulli says they hope to reopen the store on Wednesday, July 10th.

Daniel Bozarth, a customer of Lu Lu's, says it's upsetting. “That’s a shame to hear this happened because Lu Lu's owners are very nice people," he said.

“We feel like we just woke up in the middle of a war that we didn't even know was going on. This is pretty scary. I never wanted to be famous and certainly not like this!!! We just wanted to sell ice cream on the beach and make people happy," the Chiullis wrote in a message to ABC Action News Reporter Sarah Hollenbeck on Facebook.

Arrest records show Wypcha bonded out of jail but she did not answer the door at her home on 37th Avenue North in St. Petersburg when ABC Action News crews knocked Tuesday.

Her husband, who was manning the food market on Tuesday, refused to comment on the arrest. 
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Re: American Mud Crime
« Reply #166 on: 11 July 2019 at 14:28 »
Niggers out of control. They don't even know how to behave and act civil at what the call the "happiest place on Earth".

https://www.foxnews.com/travel/disney-brawl-fight-video-viral-prosecutors-police

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Family in violent Disneyland brawl claimed fight never happened before video went viral, police say

By Nicole Darrah | Fox News

Brutal fight breaks out in Disneyland

A feuding family was escorted from Disneyland on Saturday after getting into a violent brawl in the Toontown section of the park.

The violent brawl among family members that took place at California's Disneyland last weekend is currently being reviewed by prosecutors, who may file criminal charges, authorities said.

The Anaheim Police Department presented the case to the Orange County Prosecutor's Office this week after investigating the wild altercation that was caught on a now-viral video. The "uncooperative" family involved in Saturday's fight initially denied their involvement and claimed it actually never happened, according to police.

The feuding family was escorted from the theme park after the fight, which took place in the park's Toontown section. Footage of the fight shows a man punching a woman repeatedly after she spat on him during an argument with her and another man.

The two men are then seen fighting each other before the other man, too, punches a different woman seen in the video, presumably in retaliation. Before the fight is broken up, the first man again attacks both women, knocking one to the ground and punching her repeatedly while she’s down. Park officials are seen responding to the melee as the footage ends.

But the family, according to the Anaheim Police Department, initially claimed that nothing ever happened at Disneyland on Saturday.

"The parties involved all denied anything occurred and we were not there to witness it," the department tweeted on Monday. "The videos that were not available at the moment [now] make things clear and the case has been presented to prosecutors."

The department said on Saturday that they were aware of the fight and tried to investigate but all parties were "uncooperative." They filed a report, but since there was no footage at the time showing what happened, they said there wasn't much else they could do.

A Twitter user responded: "This is a joke. You had many eye witnesses. Disneyland has cameras."

When asked if such a fight was a common occurrence, Anaheim police said "it does happen when families get together in the heat and get irritated with each other" — but noted "what happened is unacceptable and we are presenting the case to prosecutors."

The Orange County District Attorney's Office confirmed that they are reviewing the case after police presented it to them on Tuesday, the Los Angeles Times reported.

“Police believe there is the possibility of felony conduct,” spokesperson Kimberly Edds said.

It was not immediately clear what charges were recommended to prosecutors but in a tweet about the brawl, the Anaheim Police Department urged victims of domestic violence to seek assistance.
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Re: American Mud Crime
« Reply #167 on: 17 July 2019 at 13:29 »
https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-07-16/ms-13-murders-los-angeles-gang

An ultra-violent MS-13 group entered the U.S., then stalked L.A. with blades and bats

By JAMES QUEALLY,
MATTHEW ORMSETH
JULY 16, 2019
8:42 PM

One by one, the victims were lured to remote locations: an abandoned building in downtown Los Angeles, an empty rooftop in Hollywood, a quiet park in the San Fernando Valley.

Each was accused of a transgression against the notorious MS-13 street gang. Each would meet their end in a manner federal investigators described as “medieval.”

In one case, court records show, a 16-year-old boy was lured to a canyon and beaten to death in 2017. His body went undiscovered for so long that his remains wound up charred in a wildfire, according to coroner’s records. Earlier that year, another man suspected of defacing an MS-13 graffiti tag was abducted and dragged into Angeles National Forest. Six gang members cut him apart with machetes, according to prosecutors, who alleged that one cut out his heart.

The gruesome slayings were among seven Los Angeles-area murders linked to the Fulton clique of MS-13 in the last two years, according to an indictment unsealed Tuesday that charged 22 members of the gang, most of them in connection with first-degree murder and racketeering.

The sweeping, 78-page indictment marks the latest salvo between California law enforcement and the notorious gang, which was formed decades ago in Los Angeles and has recently escalated its violent tactics to increase its power, investigators said.

MS-13 has also become a bogeyman used by President Trump to justify stronger immigration enforcement by linking the issue to crime.

Nineteen of the 22 defendants charged in the indictment had entered the country illegally in the last four years, said Thom Mrozek, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney’s office in Los Angeles. Several of the victims described in the indictment were also new arrivals to the U.S. from Central America, officials said.

“These gang members sought out young victims in their teens and early 20s who were new to this country. Many had recently immigrated from El Salvador and Honduras. They were alone looking to fit in with others from native countries,” said Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey, whose office will prosecute several of the defendants on murder charges at the state level. “But instead, they met their demise quickly at the hands of gang members who preyed upon them.”

U.S. Atty. Nick Hanna, center, announces an indictment charging members of the MS-13 street gang in a series of violent attacks across the Los Angeles area.

(Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

Four people were killed in the Angeles National Forest by members of the clique who wielded machetes, baseball bats and knives, the indictment alleges. A fifth victim was slain in the Malibu hills and a homeless man was shot and killed earlier this year in Whitsett Fields Park in North Hollywood, which prosecutors described as the clique’s “stronghold,” according to the indictment.

The slayings were motivated in part by a schism within MS-13. Paul Delacourt, the assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Los Angeles field office, said some younger members of the gang wanted to employ more violent means “to exert their dominance in Los Angeles as opposed to maintaining allegiance to the Mexican Mafia,” the sprawling criminal network that holds sway over most Latino gangs in the county.

“We’re seeing an influx of younger gang members coming into the area associating themselves with the Fulton clique who are extremely violent, who have to commit murders to join the clique,” U.S. Atty. Nick Hanna said.

All 22 of the alleged MS-13 members are in custody. Eighteen had been apprehended in the last year on a range of federal and state charges, authorities said. Three were arrested in recent days in the Los Angeles area by a task force composed of FBI agents, LAPD officers and Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies. Another was captured over the weekend in Oklahoma.

Authorities filed two more cases under seal against juvenile defendants in federal court. Some of the suspects were high school students at the time of the slayings, according to a law enforcement official who spoke on condition of anonymity in order to discuss the case candidly. Some of the killings were also recorded by the perpetrators, the official said. In one case, a suspect posed for pictures holding items he’d stolen from a butchered victim.

MS-13 has about 20 active cliques in Los Angeles, but police had previously said the gang had waned in size and influence recently. Last year, then-Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck told The Times the number of active MS-13 members in the city had dropped from about 1,000 in 2011 to between 700 and 800 in 2018.

Beck said the gang was not among the five most active in the city, but stressed that he still considered them a threat. LAPD officials declined to discuss the gang’s size or territory Tuesday.

Earlier this year the department arrested several MS-13 members in an operation in the San Fernando Valley that stemmed from an investigation into the murder of Bradley Hanaway, a homeless man whose death was among those detailed in the indictment. In announcing that investigation, the LAPD said detectives had noted an uptick in MS-13 graffiti and activity in the area.

Claude Arnold, who once ran the Los Angeles field office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and spent the bulk of his career investigating transnational gangs, said similar surges in bloodshed have taken place in other MS-13 havens, including Long Island, N.Y., and Washington, D.C., when the areas saw an influx of new members from outside the country.

“These are newer entrants, so they’re making their bones with the gang, it’s just how it is,” Arnold said. “They want to make a name for themselves, and those are the people who are generally the most violent members of street gangs.”

The Fulton clique targeted people they believed to be cooperating with law enforcement, who belonged to a rival gang or who’d fraudulently claimed membership in MS-13, Lacey said. Six of the slayings described in the indictment unsealed Tuesday were committed to join or advance within the Fulton clique, authorities said.

The defendants identified in Tuesday’s indictment are: German Hernandez, Angel Guzman, Ever Morales, Fernando Parada, Jose Baquiax Alvarez, Kevin Gomez, Kevin Arteaga, Edgar Velasquez, Walter Chavez Larin, Yefri Revelo, Wilfredo Vides, Gerardo Alvarado, Roberto Carlos Mendez Cruz, Bryan Alberto Ordones, Roberto Alejandro Corado Ortiz, Edwin Issac Mendez, Josue Balmore Flores Castro, Luis Arturo Gonzalez, Edwin Martinez, Steven Emmanuel Linares, Marco Antonio Ramos and Erick Eduardo Rosales Arias.

Attempts to contact their defense attorneys were unsuccessful.

Authorities began digging into the Fulton clique’s activities in late 2017, when detectives investigating the disappearance of 16-year-old Brayan Alejandro Andino discovered the teen’s body in Lopez Canyon, said LAPD Deputy Chief Horace Frank. The teen was lured to the Lake Balboa area by two female associates of MS-13, and then beaten to death.

Frank said the brutality of MS-13’s attacks was almost unparalleled.

“No parent should ever have to experience what Brayan’s and the other parents and family members have endured, and continued to endure,” he said.
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« Reply #168 on: 21 July 2019 at 13:34 »
https://www.foxnews.com/us/florida-deerica-cooks-pizza-assault-slice

Florida woman accused of aggravated assault after being refused pizza slice

By David Aaro | Fox News

Police in Florida say a woman was arrested this week and accused of aggravated assault when she attacked another woman who denied her a slice of pizza.


The St. John's County Sheriff's Office says De'Erica Cooks, 22, has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill and is being held on a $1,500 bond.

According to the St. Augustine Record, Cooks became angry after the unidentified woman said "no" to her request for a slice. An offense report says Cooks told the woman "I'm going to cut you" with a steak knife in her hand, and then tried to attack her.

The report adds that a male bystander was able to take the knife away from Cooks, but she soon found another one.

Cooks told investigators she did not remember much of the incident. She remained in jail as of Saturday evening.
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Re: American Mud Crime
« Reply #169 on: 25 July 2019 at 21:08 »
The bible is true and Jesus has returned to save the sinners. Oh my mistake, just another nigger out of his mind on drugs.

https://kfor.com/2019/07/23/man-claims-to-be-jesus-christ-after-wild-crash-near-bethany/

Man claims to be Jesus Christ after wild crash near Bethany

POSTED 10:00 PM, JULY 23, 2019, BY PEYTON YAGER, UPDATED AT 03:00PM, JULY 24, 2019

Man claims to be Jesus Christ after crash

BETHANY, Okla. - A man who claimed to be Jesus Christ now faces several felony charges after plowing his car into a busy Bethany street corner.

Police say the driver was high on drugs and had a revoked license.

Back on July 11, an SUV was flying down Northwest 39th street in Bethany, even hitting triple-digit speeds before flipping several times.

The crash uprooted trees and took out a light pole just across the street from the Southern Nazarene University campus.

“It was crazy,” witness John Metcalf said.

This week, felony charges seal the fate of the man behind the wheel: Anthony Wallace.

“We looked to the right and saw a massive wreck,” Metcalf said.

Frightened witnesses rushed outside to see shoes and clothes scattered and the SUV was a mangled mess.

“He wasn`t moving and his eyes were open,” Metcalf said. “We assumed he was dead.”

But according to police, Wallace was very much alive.

Newly released court documents reveal he “began swinging his fists at officers” while “growling” saying multiple times “he was Jesus Christ and he didn’t have to comply”.

Wallace was so uncooperative police say they were forced to tase him before he was taken to a hospital.

While being treated for his injuries, Wallace was allegedly “hallucinating,” “because very abusive” and “belligerent.”

Doctors say all of this was a dead giveaway that Wallace was on drugs.

To make matters worse, Wallace had his driver’s license revoked and the car had no insurance.

But the good news for this busy street corner: no one was hurt.

“It could've been awful,” Metcalf said.

Wallace is no stranger to these types of charges. He pled no contest back in 2013 to driving under the influence of drugs.
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