Category Archives: Felons Behaving Badly

Stabbed to death in Wake Forest

Traumatic scene for witnesses.

A 21-year-old Raleigh man died of his injuries after a stabbing in Wake Forest early Saturday morning.

An eyewitness told ABC11 it happened in the 10500 block of Ligon Mill Road around 12:30 a.m. at a gathering of sorts that turned deadly.

“Kids were saying ‘You’re not dead man, wake up, wake up please,'” said eyewitness Sara Kulp.

And who got stabbed?


He only just got out of prison.

Businesses that operate outside the law select for a propensity towards violence

This is why we need to legalize drugs.

Two men are now charged in a fatal double shooting in east Charlotte.

The double shooting happened last Wednesday around 4 p.m. in the 3200 block of Shamrock Drive.

Police found one man in the Windsor Harbor Apartments complex. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Investigators believe this was a drug-related incident and not a random act of violence

Let’s look at who was involved

Suspect 1

Suspect 2


So we have a victim with a small time conviction for misdemeanor assault getting killed by two guys with violent criminal records. This is exactly what we are choosing.

When a business cannot rely upon the law for dispute resolutions, they must use violence if they intend for their contracts to be honored. Those who are most willing to use violence either get killed right away or end up running things. In legal businesses, the courts can determine who is right and who is wrong without anyone ending up dead.

When is the last time Jack Daniels sent a hit squad over to Jim Beam’s corporate headquarters over a distribution arrangement disagreement?

Threatening your way to criminal charges

Two unrelated stories, both involving criminal threats

Two men were charged Wednesday with threatening people, one a man who police said threatened for wanting to leave gang and the other a Wake County inmate speaking to a witness in his assault case.

How interesting

In the first case, (Suspect 1), 19, of 501 New Bern Ave. was arrested near the Moore Square bus station in downtown Raleigh and charged with communicating threats, assault with a deadly weapon and threatening to punish gang withdrawal.

Moore Square bus station is where all the criminals and homeless people hang out. Note that many of the homeless are homeless because they are criminals.

Suspect 1

My favorite Sunday brunch is an Irish pub on Moore Square. I don’t go there any more because they banned guns. Right off Moore Square. Where criminals, both homed and homeless hang out.

In the other case, police charged that (Suspect 2), 33, of 322 S. Franklin St., was caught on the jail’s Paytel inmate phone system telling a woman, “All … you need to do is not show up” in court and that if she did come to court, “You’re gonna see a side of me you ain’t never seen,” an arrest warrant recounted.

It takes a special kind of stupid to make actionable threats against witnesses while using the prison pay phone which is monitored and recorded.

Suspect 2

Note that the “side of him” that the victim “ain’t never seen,” is probably contained in the 6-12-2000 incident listed at the bottom of his criminal record.

This is just his job

Employment can be formal, with wages, a boss, and taxes paid. Or it can be informal.

A 25-year-old man from Fuquay-Varina was charged Tuesday with breaking into a church in town in June and several other charges from Apex and Garner police involving stolen credit cards.

and judging by his rap sheet,


he’s employed informally as a thief.

Sounds like they need to hire Jiminy

These pre-paid wireless stores seem to get robbed a lot.

A man already wanted on separate warrants has been charged with an armed robbery in Statesville.

Police say (Suspect), 33, tied up a clerk at the Cricket Wireless on Crossroads Drive.

A worker told police he pulled out a gun and forced him to hand over cash from the register and the store safe. The suspect then duct taped the clerk’s hands and arms and told him to stay in the bathroom, according to police.

They caught him at a bus station


Pre-paid wireless stores are a cash heavy business. They are one of the go-to robbery locations. Sadly, they can’t hire a talking cricket to be the conscience of the people who rob them.

Interstate counterfeiters hail from Raleigh, NC

Spreading hate and discontent to other states.

(Suspect 1), 36, and (Suspect 2), 24, both from Raleigh, N.C., were using children to attempt to pass counterfeit U.S. currency at the Family Dollar Store in the Four Mile Fork Shopping Center, 5095 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Sheriff Roger Harris said.

The store manager called 9-1-1. “Deputies detained all suspects, including the driver, (Suspect 1), who was waiting in the vehicle outside the store,” Harris said. Detectives obtained a search warrant for the suspects’ vehicle, and they recovered a printing machine, used to print the counterfeit bills, and several hundred dollars in counterfeit currency. 

What a nice guy he is, sending his wife and children in to the store to pass the fake bills while he sat in the car.

Suspect 1

He looks like he is incapable of getting away with things. He keeps getting caught.

There’s no “I” in Team

Apparently criminals in Goldsboro work together.

Police have charged six people with murder in connection with the shooting of a 21-year-old woman who was found dead in her minivan in Goldsboro on Oct. 31.

So how many of the six have previous convictions?

Suspect 1

Suspect 2

Suspect 3

Suspect 4

Suspect 6

Five. Three felons and two misdemeanants.

This is why you report rapes

Make the report. Go straight to the hospital. Get the physical evidence.

Police detectives, using DNA information from the State Crime Lab, have charged a 40-year-old man with rape and another sex charge in connection with an attack on a woman in North Raleigh in 2000.

(Suspect) of 6603 Terrace Park Court in Raleigh was arrested Thursday evening and charged with first-degree rape and first-degree forcible sexual offense.

Just before midnight on Oct. 1, 2000, two men attacked a 21-year-old woman who was walking home from work in the 7100 block of Ray Road, said police spokesman Jim Sughrue. They showed the woman a knife, dragged her into nearby trees and sexually assaulted her, Sughrue said.

The woman later called police and was taken to a hospital, where medical personnel collected a rape kit for evidence.

The case remained cold until this week, when a DNA database match connected Sullivan to the case, police said.

Just over 14 years later, he gets caught. He would have gotten away with it forever had the victim failed to report or had destroyed the DNA evidence.


And do you know what the penalties for First Degree Rape and First Degree Sexual Offense are? At least 16 years. Minimum.

Now they need to beat the name of his accomplice out of him.

Robbing the Kangaroo

Durham, once again.

Police charged two men with armed robbery a few hours after two Kangaroo convenience stores were held up, a spokeswoman said.

Oh Durham, you so crazy!

Suspect 2

Suspect 1 is only 17 and I can’t find him in the database.

Lottery thief

The long arm of the law will eventually catch you

York County authorities arrested a fugitive wanted in North Carolina.

Police say (Suspect) stole lottery tickets, activated them and collected the winnings when he worked at A-1 Express Mart in Lincolnton.

Who does this?


People who already don’t like to follow the law.