Niggers And Cars Don't Mix


Da TNB Reporter
Hit-And-Run Crash Suspect Arrested

Car Involved In Hit-And-Run Found

POSTED: Wednesday, May 20, 2009
UPDATED: 8:32 pm EDT May 20, 2009


HOLLYWOOD, Fla. -- Hollywood police have arrested a woman in connection with a hit-and-run crash that left another woman in critical condition on Monday.

According to investigators, on Tuesday night, 24-year-old Jocelyn Glinton of Miami Gardens turned herself in to police.

Hollywood police towed a white Lexus from a parking lot in Fort Lauderdale overnight. They said it was the car Glinton was driving when it crashed into a car driven by Jo-Ann Salzlein.

The crash happened Monday on U.S. 441, just a few blocks north of Hollywoo
d Boulevard. Police said the Lexus came through a stop sign and slammed into Salzlein's SUV.

Salzlein had to have part of her left arm amputated after being rescued from her mangled vehicle. Police had been looking for a white Lexus seen leaving the scene after the crash.

Investigators said family members convinced Glinton to "do the right thing" and turn herself in.

"We were able, in speaking with other people that brought her here, they were able to tell us that she confided in them that she was in the hit-and-run crash and she left because she had no insurance," said Lt. Scott Pardon of the Hollywood Police Department.

Glinton faces several charges, three of which are felonies, including leaving the scene of an accident without rendering aid and driving without insurance.

Police said they found the car Glinton was driving that night at her boyfriend's Fort Lauderdale home. Investigators said a male passenger was in the car at the time of
the crash, as well.

"We are still looking for him. It's still an active investigation. So when we find him and speak with him, we'll try to determine exactly what his role is in this," Pardon said.

A judge on Wednesday afternoon raised Glinton's bond from $2,500 to $30,000. Even if she can post the higher bond, the judge ordered Glinton not to drive any vehicles at all.

Local 10 learned that Glinton, a criminal justice major in college, was cited for allegedly driving without auto insurance less than two months ago in an unrelated case. A records check with the state showed that Glinton's license is scheduled to be suspended next week if she does not pay an outstanding fine for that infraction.

Salzlein's family members said they are glad the suspect was arrested, but the arrest does not help their mother, who is in constant pain. Salzein, who remains in critical condition, is scheduled to have two more surgeries on Thursday.



Da TNB Reporter
'Drag' driver arrested
The Oak Ridger
Posted May 08, 2009 @ 09:00 AM


Sherrod Avery Thomas

OAK RIDGE, Tenn. — A Woodland neighborhood man accused of running over another Woodland man with a car last Sunday during an altercation was arrested on warrants Wednesday.

Sherrod Avery Thomas, 27, 239 Manhattan Ave., was charged with aggravated assault, driving on a suspended license and driving off after hitting a parked vehicle on North Purdue Avenue.

The victim in the incident, Charles Benjamin Phillips Jr., 46, who lives on North Purdue Avenue, was taken by the Anderson County Emergency Medical Service to the University of Tennessee Medical Center at K
noxville, where he was later discharged.

Oak Ridge Police Department Deputy Chief Alan Massengill said Monday that Phillips yelled at Thomas to slow down while Thomas was driving in a parking lot on North Purdue Avenue. The two men apparently got into an argument that turned into a shoving match, he explained.

Massengill said Thomas got back into his car, backed up and hit a parked car, then hit Phillips with the open car door, knocking him to the pavement and dragging his body a short distance. Thomas reportedly then drove over the victim's legs before leaving the parking lot.

At least two people witnessed the incident and gave officers a description of Thomas and his car, reports said.

Officer Daryl Johnson took out warrants for Thomas' arrest and served them at Thomas' home at about 7:15 p.m. Wednesday.

Thomas has been convicted at least 10 times for driving on a suspended license and has been arrested several times on misdemeanor charges.

Thomas was taken to the Anderson County jail, where he is being held on $55,000 bond.


Da TNB Reporter
Arrest made in fatal Jackson hit-and-run
May 25, 2009



Desmond Lindsey, 29, has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident, a felony, related to Sunday’s fatal hit-and-run accident on Raymond Road in Jackson.

Jackson Police spokesman Lt. Jeffery Scott said Lindsey turned himself into Jackson authorities this morning. He has been charged and is being held in the Hinds County Detention Center in Raymond.

“Additional charges could be forthcoming,” Scott said.

The accident occurred shortly after 10 p.m. A man was walking across Raymond Road when he was struck by the westbound vehicle near Valley Street,
police said.

The victim was transported to the University of Mississippi Medical Center where he died early Monday morning.

Scott said the man, who was in his 40s, has been identified, but his name is being withheld pending the notification of next of kin.


Da TNB Reporter
Teen Dies During Street Race

Conroe Teen Could Face Charges

POSTED: Monday, May 25, 2009
UPDATED: 5:38 pm CDT May 25, 2009


CONROE, Texas -- A Conroe high school football star died after the car in which he was riding hit a tree during a street race, KPRC Local 2 reported Monday.

Conroe police said Jordan Wilson, 17, was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Johnny O'Neal.

At about 10:30 p.m. Sunday, O'Neal lost control of the vehicle and left the roadway in the 1900 block of Airport Road, struck a culvert and hit a tree, police said.

O'Neal, 18, was ejected and suffered injuries. His condition was not released.

Wilson died at the scene.

He was remembe
red as an outstanding student and star football player at Conroe High School.

"He's just an awesome young man, awesome young man," said Ishea Williams, Jordan's sister.

"God has him in his hands. I know he does cause of the awesome young man that he was," said Davetta Wilson, Jordan's mother.

Wilson would have graduated on Saturday. He planned to attend the Air Force Academy and major in civil engineering.

"I just want to tell all the other students out there -- that you're graduating, that you're going on to a new life, but be careful with this life that you have because it's very precious," Davetta Wilson said.

Charges are expected to be filed against O'Neal.

Police said O'Neal was racing when the crash occurred. A second vehicle involved in the race fled the scene, investigators said, but was located later. The drivers were interviewed by police.

Residents said it is common to see vehicles racing on that stretch of roadway.

Martha Irach
eta saw the crash.

"The car, it seemed like it hit the driveway and then flew, spinning and hit the tree," she said. "After that, I didn't see anything because I was down on the ground, protecting my daughter."


Da TNB Reporter
Affirmative Axshun Nig Runs Dow, Kills 13 year Old Niglet

Officer Richard Bolling to Be Released ... Sometime Soon
Posted 05:15 CDT on Monday Jun 1, 2009


Officer Richard Bolling


Trenton Booker, 13, was killed by a hit-and-run driver on May 22.

The officer involved in a crash that killed a 13-year-old boy on a bicycle was expected to bond out of jail Monday, but a paperwork snafu held him up.

Officer Richard Bolling was supposed to be released before 6 p.m. Now it looks like he'll get out some time after 8 a.m. Tuesday.

The victim, Trent Booker, was buried Monday. More than 200 people at
tended the funeral, but none were Chicago police officers.

Family members told the Tribune they felt someone from the department should have shown up to offer condolences.


Da TNB Reporter
Nigger Kills Niglet Whilst Fleeing Cops

Child Dies After High-Speed Chase, Crash

John Belden Faces Charges After Crash
updated 4:16 a.m. ET June 2, 2009


A 3-year-old girl is dead after a high-speed chase that ended in a crash.

The coroner said that Samyah Johnson died Monday morning from blunt force trauma after the wreck on Blue Lick Road Sunday night.

One vehicle ended up in a tree after going airborne.

Police said it started when an altercation between two men became violent. One was stabbed and another was shot.

One of the men took off in a vehicle with two young children in the car.

Police said the other followed at a high rate of speed on a

The driver of the car lost control and ran off the road.

Police have arrested 21-year-old John E. Belden.

He faces multiple counts of first-degree assault.

Video here


Da TNB Reporter
Fleeing Man Drives Down Bike Path

Car Crashes On Little Econ During Chase

POSTED: Friday, June 5, 2009
UPDATED: 8:45 am EDT June 5, 2009


Winking wog Otis Peurifoy.

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -- Orange County deputies chased a car on a bike path early Friday morning after a driver tried to ram them, according to the sheriff's office.

Deputies went to the Colony Apartments on University Boulevard after receiving a call from a man who said he was threatened at gunpoint. An Orange County sheriff's deputy tried to stop a vehicle, and the driver tried to ram the deputy, leading to a chase, the sheriff's office said.

The wanted man drove his car down the Little Econ bike path but crashed
into a cement pole near Goldenrod Road, deputies said. The driver fled on foot but was caught by K-9 units, deputies said.

The driver was identified as 18-year-old Otis Peurifoy.

Two other people, 19-year-old Richard King and a 16-year-old girl, were in the car and taken into custody, deputies said.

All three were booked into the Orange County Jail on charges ranging from aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer to drug charges.

Noam Sayn

Driver chased by Bethlehem police jailed


The driver of a stolen sport-utility-vehicle that crashed into a car in Allentown to end a police pursuit that began in Bethlehem yesterday is in jail today.

Eugene M. Morales, 20, of Long Branch, Monmouth County, N.J., allegedly stole the 2002 Ford Explorer in Allentown last Friday, according to arrest documents.

Bethlehem police officers attempted to stop the vehicle around 7 p.m. last night in the 400 block of W. Broad Street, but the vehicle fled at a high rate of speed toward Allentown where Allentown police officers joined the pursuit. Police said the SUV ran a stop sign at Walnut and 8th streets, where it struck a car driving north on 8th Street. The SUV flipped onto its roof into a house, and both vehicles mounted the curb and crashed in
to a house.

According to the arrest affidavit, Morales told police he fled from police because he believed there were outstanding arrest warrants for he and Stoudt. He also told police he got the vehicle from a woman with a reputation for trading stolen vehicles for drugs, but that he paid her $20.

Morales was arraigned in Lehigh County Central Booking by District Judge Rod R. Beck on charges of receiving stolen property, unauthorized use of automobiles and fleeing or attempting to elude police, reckless driving and careless driving. He is being held in Lehigh County Prison under $40,000 bail.,0,6182403.story


Da TNB Reporter
Driver responsible for hit-and-run accident faces judge
Saturday, June 6, 2009


Jose Miguel Cayetano


Brandon Burns

MIAMI (WSVN) -- The driver allegedly responsible for hitting a 9-year-old boy with his car appeared in bond court Friday morning.

At first, a judge granted Jose Miguel Cayetano a $25,000 bond, but then later put it on hold because of a previous case. According to court records, Cayetano was already out on bond after he failed to register as a sex offender.

According to authorities, Jose Miguel Cayetano turned himself in Thursday and confessed to driving the bla
ck 2009 Volkswagen Jetta that struck Brandon Burns in the area of Northwest 65th Street and Seventh Avenue Wednesday night.

The boy's mother is relieved. "I'm tired, overwhelmed and I'm exhausted from all commotion," said Janetta Burns.

The boy is now recovering at Jackson Memorial Hospital in the intensive care unit. Cayetano has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving injuries. "It makes me feel better, because it's like the person is caught," said Burns.

The boy's mother said Brandon went outside Wednesday to dump the trash and perhaps wandered off, and that's when the car hit him near his home. Police said Cayetano slowed down for a bit after sending the boy flying 75 feet into the air but soon sped off.

Investigators said several witnesses tried to chase the car but couldn't catch up to it. "It seemed like he got hit further down the street, and he ended up over here. He got hit pretty hard," said Lowell Telfer.

her witness said the suspect must have been speeding. "His leg was all twisted behind his back, so that car had to be doing 70, 75 (mph)," said Karmelo Christopher.

Despite the sight of a 9-year-old hit and run victim, suffering in the middle of a busy city street, Cayetano was not moved to help. "Oh, he has a lot of broken bones. His pelvic bone is broken, his shoulder is broken, his arm is broken and his leg is broken in like three or four different places," said Burns.

Police said Cayetano wouldn't have faced any charges had he stopped following the accident. Now, Cayetano will remain behind bars.


Da TNB Reporter
Former Detective and Security Guard In Court Monday
Posted: June 8, 2009 12:54 PM


Appropriate name: Ron Killings

A former detective and security guard were both scheduled for court Monday.

A former Rutherford County Sheriff's detective accused in a deadly car crash that killed an 11-year old girl has been scheduled for court Monday.

Authorities said Ron Killings hit and killed Lakeisha White in July 2008 on Bradyville Pike in Murfreesboro.

Killings was charged with criminally negligent homicide, tampering with evidence and making false statements to police. The former detective has been free on bond since the incident. /Global/story.asp?S=10493849&nav=menu374_2


Da TNB Reporter
Family Fights DWI Suspect's Bond

2 Texas City High School Drill Team Members Killed

POSTED: Wednesday, June 10, 2009
UPDATED: 6:01 pm CDT June 10, 2009


HOUSTON -- The mother of a girl killed by an alleged drunken driver is fighting to keep him in jail, KPRC Local 2 reported Wednesday.

Jim Howard III is charged with the deaths of two members of the Texas City High School drill team -- Raquel Martinez, 17, and Samantha Romero, 17.

Martinez and her friends were hit from behind while at a red light on F.M. 1765 at Ross at about 2 a.m. On March 21. Jazzoynn Perkins, 17, and Priscilla Selvera, 17, also suffered serious injuries.

Howard, of La Marque,
was charged with two counts of intoxication manslaughter and two counts of intoxication assault with a motor vehicle.

Howard's blood-alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit at the time of the crash, police said.

Romero's mother, Tracy Leal, said she will pack the courtroom with protesters next week when Howard is up for a bond hearing next Wednesday.

Leal said she is appalled that anyone would consider releasing Howard, who has served time for aggravated sexual assault of a child.

Howard is being held on a bond of nearly $1 million.


Da TNB Reporter
Durham police arrest suspect in hit and run
Posted: Today at 10:27 a.m.
Updated: Today at 2:22 p.m.


Cornelius Lee Baldwin

Durham, N.C. — Durham police arrested the driver they suspect in a Wednesday hit-and-run Hillsborough Road.

Cornelius Lee Baldwin, 26, of 1404-B Liberty St. in Durham is charged with felony hit and run resulting in personal injury, felony fleeing to elude arrest with a motor vehicle and reckless driving

Police said Baldwin led a Durham officer in a high-speed chase from N.C. Highway 147 onto U.S. Highway 15/501 and then onto Hillsborough Road where he hit a car being driven by Walter B. Paschall, 84, of 5143 Old Hillsborough Road.

After the collision, police said Baldwin fled the scene on foot, heading toward the Hillandale Golf Course.

Paschall suffered a broken pelvis and two punctured lungs when his vehicle was hit on the passenger side. He was taken to Duke Medical Center where he was listed in serious condition Thursday afternoon.


Da TNB Reporter
Man Charged In Fatal Hit-And-Run Outside Shands

Police Say Driver Admitted He Was Looking In Mirror, Didn't See Woman

POSTED: Tuesday, June 23, 2009
UPDATED: 6:17 pm EDT June 23, 2009


Jacksonville Sheriff's Office booking photo of Dvon Biggs

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Police have arrested a man accused of hitting and killing a pedestrian in the parking lot of Shands-Jacksonville Medical Center.

Officer said Dvon Biggs, 34, hit and killed a woman who was in the crosswalk on her way into the hospital.

According to investigators, Biggs admitted he was looking in his mirror and did not see the woman.

They said he told them he left because he was scared that he had ki
lled the victim, and he didn't have a valid license.

Biggs is locked up downtown on $235,018 bond on charges of reckless driving, driving without a license and leaving the scene of a accident resulting in injury, resisting an officer and trespassing.

Noam Sayn

Three cars collide during police chase

An Irvington man was arrested yesterday on charges that he led police on a chase that resulted in a three-car accident and left two Newark officers injured, authorities said.

The chase began when officers responded to a call of shots fired at the Riverview Court Housing Complex around 10:30 a.m., city Detective Todd McClendon said. They pursued a black Hyundai driven by Randy Johnson, 30, that had been seen fleeing the scene, McClendon said.

Newark officers, as well as units from Irvington and State Police, followed Johnson into Irvington, where his vehicle was involved in an accident with an unmarked Newark police car and a third vehicle at Taft Place and Grove Street, McClendon said.

Two officers were taken to University Hospital with non-life threatening injuries, McClendon said. One was treated and
released. The second officer remained in the hospital as of yesterday evening.

Johnson was arrested at the scene and charged with four counts of aggravated assault, eluding police and criminal mischief, McClendon said. Johnson has a criminal record with a dozen arrests on drug and weapons-related offenses.

Offender ID:
Offender Name:
Date of Birth:
Custody Status:
In Custody
Location of Offender:
Essex County Jail


Da TNB Reporter
UPDATED: Augusta man arrested for injuring Williston Police Chief in hit and run
Posted: 6:21 PM Jun 27, 2009
Last Updated: 10:10 PM Jun 27, 2009


NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.---An Augusta man is in jail accused of blowing through a North Augusta road block and hitting the Williston Police Chief with his SUV.

The hit and run happened just before 1:00 this morning at Hwy 1 and Martintown Road.

The man was shot at by officers, then ditched his getaway car but both were found by this afternoon.

21-year old Demarius Smith is no stranger to crime, now he's facing serious charges including two counts of assault and battery with intent to kill

Hours later, the marks of a crime scene still linger. Spray paint shows where a p
olice road block almost turned deadly.

Investigators say 21-year old Demarius Smith was driving into North Augusta when he blew past officers, avoiding the road block.

Police say Smith then made a U-turn and drove toward a group of officers, hitting Williston Police Chief Roger Kaney.

"He was trying to get out of the way of the vehicle when the vehicle struck him and threw him a distance," says North Augusta Public Safety Investigator Jon Nelson.

Several agencies opened fire on the SUV, riddling it with bullets.

"The officers felt at that time that one or more officers that their lives were in danger and that's why they chose to use deadly force," says Inv. Nelson.

One bullet went straight through the drivers side window and logged in the windshield, but it wasn't enough to stop Smith.

Police later found the SUV, he was borrowing from a friend, dumped in South Augusta. The owner first tried to help Smith get away with it, then gave
investigators his name and information.

Saturday afternoon investigators tracked Smith to this hotel less than a mile from the hit and run.

"Mr. Smith did not give us any indication why he did it," says Inv. Nelson.

Now officers hope he has a long time to think about what he did from a jail cell, as their fellow officer recovers.

Chief Kaney was treated and released from Aiken Regional Hospital. He's at home recovering with minor injuries.

As for Smith's criminal history, he was released from prison in December. He served about 10 months in jail for illegally entering a vehicle in Richmond County.


Da TNB Reporter
Hopkins Co. man arrested for murder
Posted: July 3, 2009 03:32 PM
Updated: July 3, 2009 04:28 PM


MADISONVILLE, KY (WFIE) - Ketucky State Police have arrested a Madisonville man after they say he ran over two pedestrians while driving drunk.

Troopers say 20-year-old Erick Hendrix was heading west on Noel Avenue late Thursday night. They say he was drunk and driving too fast.

Troopers say Hendrix lost control and ran into the sidewalk and a yard, hitting 30-year-old Lachelle Williams and 39-year-old Thomasa Wallace.

Troopers say he then continued driving and hit a building and utility pole at the corner of West Noel and Park Row.

Wallace was taken to Regional Medical Center. Williams d
ied from her injuries.

Troopers say Hendrix, along with his three passengers, 24-year-old Demontrey Lipscomb, 20-year-old Myron Bess, and 20-year-old Barron Conn, ran away from the scene.

Bess and Conn later returned to the scene, Lipscomb was found getting treatment at Regional Medical Center. Hendrix later turned himself in at the Madisonville Police Department.

Hendrix is charged with murder, assault, a sencond offence DUI, leaving the scene, and having an open alcohol container in his car.


Da TNB Reporter
The Chillunz Snitch On Mammy

Children accuse woman of driving drunk, fast
Reported by: TCPalm
Last Update: 7/02 1:38 pm


Fredrina Yvonne Johnson (Courtesy:

FORT PIERCE, FL — A woman accused of being intoxicated and crashing a sport utility vehicle, injuring at least five children inside, is facing more than a dozen charges, according to arrest affidavits released Thursday.

Fredrina Yvonne Johnson, 33, allegedly was behind the wheel of a Chevrolet SUV that hit a curb, stop sign and utility pole. The incident happened about 1:45 a.m. Thursday in the area of North 13th Street and Avenue O.

Police asked the Florida Highway Patrol to help in the crash, and a trooper wrote that Johnson, of the 2400 b
lock of Seneca Avenue, was “very belligerent and verbally violent,”� an affidavit states. The SUV was on its left side when the trooper arrived.

Johnson allegedly smelled strongly of alcohol and admitted drinking, but denied driving. She initially said a man who lived down the street from her was driving and fled after the crash. She then said a “phantom vehicle”� hit hers and caused it to crash.

The five children inside said Johnson was drunk and driving fast. The severity of their injuries wasn’t immediately clear, nor was it clear whether they wore seat belts.

Asked whether she’d take a breath test to determine her blood-alcohol level, Johnson said, “(Expletive) this (expletive), I ain’t doing (expletive).”� :D

The 16 charges that Johnson faces include DUI, DUI personal injury, child endangerment, DUI property damage, obstruction, resisting without violence and DUI with person under 18 in the vehicle. ontent/news/s...Johnson-wptv-kids/eGtjasnl1UGFFdJmJh86qA.cspx


Da TNB Reporter
Police: Drivers race at 100 mph with toddlers in car
Posted By: Lindsay Ubinas
2 hrs ago


James Maymi

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Tampa police say two people who have been charged with driving up to 100 mph had three toddlers as passengers.

Authorities say 29-year-old James Maymi and 23-year-old Virgen Lopez were racing on the Tampa causeway between 90 and 100 mph early Monday morning. Maymi had a 2-year-old and a 20-month-old in his car. Lopez had a 2-year-old in her vehicle.

Police say Lopez was charged with unlawful racing on a highway, a misdemeanor, and was released from jail after posting a $500 bail.

Along with the racing charge, Maymi was charged with not having a driver's license and operating an unregistered vehicle. He was being held in jail on $1,000 bond.