Some people should not be allowed to roam freely.
A woman who was assaulted with a deadly weapon succumbed to her injuries on Monday , according to the Alexander County Sheriff’s Office.
They’ve upgraded the charges from Assault With a Deadly Weapon With Intent to Kill, Inflicting Serious Injury to Murder 1.
Looking at his record makes me wonder what made anyone think he could be trusted to live freely among us.
It’s taken more than two years, but justice has been done.
A man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of a Greensboro College security guard more than two years ago.
Not enough justice, perhaps, but as much as we’re going to get.
They broke into his home, robbed and murdered him.
How people treat animals is a good indicator of how they will treat people. Animals can’t fight back. Pets, especially stupid ones like horses, can’t think for themselves and are completely dependent upon humans for their survival.
A Gaston County woman spent about seven hours in jail after Animal Control officers accused her of mistreating several horses on her property.
Her horses are severely underweight, which means that they are going hungry.
I’ve always felt that the punishment should fit the crime. I say we put her in jail and feed her bread and water until the doctor tells us that she too is “severely underweight.”
Cops are still looking for the male half of this couple suspected of child abuse.
Police charged a man and woman with felony abuse of their three-month-old son last week and said Monday that they were still looking for the man.
There are no details on what they are accused of doing, but the news is reporting that the child’s injuries are “life threatening.”
He doesn’t sound like a person I’d like to have around me, much less a child.
There’s some crimes that aren’t terribly serious but just piss you off.
Police captured a man Wednesday accused of snatching money in a Cherryville Walmart check-out line and then knocking a 67-year-old man to the ground last week.
Look at the photo of him. This big goon beat up a 67 year old man to get his cash.
Under the jail. Hopefully in a section that floods periodically.
Two different police agencies arrested two different people for two different crimes. Only one news story, though.
Knightdale and Holly Springs police each arrested a man Tuesday night charged with armed robbery, one involving an Arby’s restaurant last August and one involving a bank last month.
You have to click over to see Suspect 1′s photo. He’s lucky that the Fashion Police didn’t catch him first. It would have been the Rodney King video all over again.
No surprises there.
I hadn’t thought about it, but there is a difference between robbery and extortion.
A 22-year-old man broke into an apartment Monday evening and threatened to kill the resident if the man did not deliver $500 in cash or that value in crack cocaine by Tuesday, according to an arrest warrant sworn out by Raleigh police.
The difference, apparently, is the length of time between demand and delivery. If he said “give it to me now,” it would be burglary, robbery, possibly robbery with a dangerous weapon. Because he said, “give it to me on Tuesday or else…” that makes it extortion.
Either way, let’s hope he gets a nice long stay in the Iron Bar Motel.
No doubt someone will claim he was “getting his life on track” and that he just “ran with the wrong crowd.” It seems to me that he WAS the wrong crowd.