Tags: crimes • stabbing Share this: FacebookTwitterRedditemail,0% 0% Police report that at 2:50 a.m. on Tuesday morning, a 40-year-old man discovered cuts to his buttocks from an earlier fight he had with four unknown male suspects. Police responded to his call at Market and Castro, but said the victim was uncooperative and would not reveal the location of the fight nor the suspects. He was transported to San Francisco General for non-life-threatening injuries.Three RobberiesOn Monday at 11:47 a.m., a 60-year-old man was on Mission Street between 16th and 17th when he was approached by two men in their 30s and 40s. The suspects pushed the victim to the ground and took his wallet, money, and cell phone before fleeing on foot. One of the suspects was found by police officers and arrested.On McCoppin Street between Otis and Valencia, a 30-year-old man got out of his car at 10:01 p.m. on Monday night and was rushed by three men of unknown age, who pummeled him and stole his cell phone. All of the suspects fled on foot, and the man was transported to the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. On Tuesday at 2:41 a.m. a 64-year-old taxi driver picked up a man and a woman and drove them to 12th and Howard, where the woman yanked the driver’s collar while the man demanded the driver’s property. The male suspect implied he had a gun and told the driver he didn’t want to shoot him, so the driver gave the suspects his cell phone and money. Both fled the scene on foot.Crime is trauma and the county offers different services. Here is a link to a page of services.Victims of violent crime can also contact the Trauma Recovery Center at UCSF.
Listen Local is Mission Local’s biweekly radio program. We broadcast live online at BFF.fm every other Thursday morning from 9:30 to 10:00.While dozens of outlets have been covering homelessness extensively, you’re unlikely to find a take on the issue quite like what Stories Behind the Fog is doing. The project combines artistic photos with a narrative from the subject’s point of view to let the people being profiled tell their own stories.Diya Guha and Nermin Habib talk with Mission Local to talk about how this project developed, their experiences working with the homeless community, and allowing these stories from the streets stay true to the teller.Listen to this program below, or check out older shows on our BFF archives. Tags: homeless • ListenLocal Share this: FacebookTwitterRedditemail,0% 0%
Tags: gangs • Homicide Share this: FacebookTwitterRedditemail,0% 0% Local and federal law enforcement early Thursday morning arrested six members of a Sureño gang faction that operated primarily in San Francisco’s Mission District. The arrests were in connection with six San Francisco cold-case murders related to gang activity in the neighborhood. The arrests — which took place in the Mission and the cities of Richmond and Pacifica at around 5 a.m. Thursday — followed an indictment filed by the Office of U.S. Attorney of the Northern District of California of 10 men who allegedly participated in violent acts, including murder, to “defend their territory” and racketeering business. A seventh defendant was taken to Santa Clara County Jail, while three other defendants are being held in the custody of the U.S. Bureau of Prisons. The arrests were conducted by the San Francisco, Richmond, and Pacifica police departments in coordination with Homeland Security Investigation agents, or HSI, who operate under the umbrella of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency, known as ICE. Jonathan Aguilar (“Trompo”) was charged with RICO conspiracy, conspiracy to commit murder, two counts of murder in aid of racketeering, conspiracy to commit assault with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering, use or possession of a firearm causing murder;Luis Cid-Salinas (“Lonely Boy”) was charged with two counts of murder in aid of racketeering, two counts of use or possession of a firearm causing murder; Juan Carlos Gallardo (“Huero”) was charged with RICO conspiracy, conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering, conspiracy to commit assault with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering;Josue Gonzalez (“Ghost”) was charged with RICO conspiracy, conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering, two counts of murder in aid of racketeering, conspiracy with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering, use and possession of a firearm causing murder;Orlando Hernandez (“Chisto”) was charged with murder in aid of racketeering and use and possession of a firearm causing murder;Michael Rebolledo (“Gallo”) was charged with RICO conspiracy, conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering, three counts of murder in aid of racketeering, conspiracy to commit assault with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering, two counts of use and possession of a firearm causing murder; Mario Reyes (“Shy Boy”) was charged with RICO conspiracy, conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering; Luis Rojas (“Grizzly”) was charged with RICO conspiracy, conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering, two counts of murder in aid of racketeering, conspiracy to commit assault with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering, and use and possession of a firearm causing murder; Eddy Urbina (“Rhino”) was charged with RICO conspiracy, conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering, two counts of murder in aid of racketeering, conspiracy to commit assault with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering, use and possession of a firearm causing murder;Weston Venegas (“Cartoon”) was charged with murder in aid of racketeering and use and possession of a firearm causing murder. Some 200 officers from various agencies assisted in the arrest, HSI Special Agent Ryan L. Spradlin said. “Through diligent investigate work and careful coordination, law enforcement agents were able to take several extremely violent individuals off of our streets and into custody this week, safely and without incident,” said San Francisco Police Department Chief Bill Scott. He said “work on the cases took years,” and one of the murders occurred 12 years ago. Spradlin said the SFPD reached out to HSI eight years ago for assistance on the cases. Scott noted that none of the arrested Sureño men was living in the country illegally, and that no arrests of undocumented immigrants — so-called “collateral arrests” — were made in the course of the arrests of the suspects. “We are very steadfast in upholding our policies and our city and county laws regarding immigration issues,” he said. All of the indicted men were members of either the 16th Street or 19th Street Sureño gangs, who operated in various territories along Mission Street, charges the indictment. In the indictment, defendants Jonathan Aguilar, aka “Trompo,” and Michael Rebolledo, aka “Gallo,” are accused of the March 16, 2006, murder of two rival gang members near 15th and Mission Streets. The two later allegedly participated in a September 29, 2007, drive-by shooting of rival gang members near 24th and York streets, according to the indictment. On February 27, 2011, Rebolledo and two other members of the 19th Street Sureño gang allegedly shot and paralyzed a member of a rival gang near Alabama and Precita streets.One of the defendants, Luis Rojas, or “Grizzly,” with two other defendants — Eddy Urbina, aka “Rhino” and Josue Gonzalez, aka “Ghost” — allegedly shot and killed two people believed to be rival gang members near 24th and Utah streets in September 2008. Most of the defendants allegedly participated in so-called “hunts,” in which the gang members seek out rivals and do them harm. All of the men were involved in the sale of various drugs. The 19th Street Sureño gang, according to the indictment, operates in the vicinity of 19th and Mission Streets — intuitively — bounded by 19th Street to the south, 16th Street to the north, Folsom Street to the east, and Dolores Street to the west. Their territory also includes Dolores Park and Franklin Square Park on Bryant Street.The 19th Street gang was founded in the late 1990s, according to the indictment. By contrast, the 16th Street gang “arose” out of the 19th street gang in 2003, and largely operates around 16th and Mission streets. The indictment charges that the gangs operate in cahoots. Asked why the cases took so long to reach this phase, Scott said they could be “very difficult for a variety of reasons,” but that the investigators did not give up. “Things need to come together,” he said. The suspects include: Nine of the 10 defendants are believed to have committed, or be involved in, at least one murder. All of the defendants, except Cid-Salinas, Carlos Hernandez and Venegas appeared in court on Friday morning. Indictment Filed Under Seal 180320 (002) by MissionLocal on Scribd
ARE you a fan who lives around the UK that makes a long and expensive journey to watch a match, then immediately make the return journey with little or no social aspect to the experience?Have you gone to games but just felt like you are on the fringe of things rather than fully immersed in all the action?If this sounds familiar, Meridian Saints is the fan site for you.Meridian Saints are a non profit making website and social group that was conceived and designed entirely by fans of St Helens Rugby Football Club.We are committed to injecting the social aspect, and the feeling of belonging into the game-day experience for fans that live outside of St Helens whilst making it as affordable as possible.We would like to welcome all Saints fans from anywhere in the UK or abroad, membership is free and we would be happy to work as a mediator to keep fans in touch in your area.All we ask is that you go to www.meridiansaints.co.uk and take a moment to fill in our questionnaire. This is to help us establish the Saints fans locations and match interests.Fans may also be interested in signing up to the Newsletter to enable us to keep them updated on group news and future plans.
For any fans who have purchased their tickets already, they will still be valid for the new fixture date. For those fans who are unable to now attend due to the change of date, you can claim a refund up until the day before the fixture.Please note, this refund policy only applies to tickets purchased up to the change of date being announced – today, 23 July and for this fixture only.Fans will need to visit the ticket office at the Totally Wicked Stadium to arrange their refund.
Detectives arrested White at her house Tuesday on Bill Hooks Road in Whiteville.She is charged with 1 felony count of Maintaining Vehicle/Dwelling/Place for Use, Sale, or Storage of Controlled Substance and 4 felony counts of Trafficking Opium or HeroinShe is being held in the Columbus County Law Enforcement Center under a $127,500 secured bond.Related Article: RECOUNT UNDERWAY: Who will be the next Columbus County Sheriff? WHITEVILLE, NC (WWAY) — A Columbus County woman is in jail after deputies say she sold prescription pills.The Columbus County Sheriff Office Vice/Narcotics Detectives learned Tina Robin White was distributing pharmaceutical opiates in the North Whiteville area. In July 2017, detectives initiated an undercover buy from White and sold fifty Oxycodone tablets.- Advertisement –
Kelly was arrested earlier this month and charged with indecent liberties with a student and sexual exploitation of a minor.Kelly’s new charges include 16 counts of indecent liberties with a student, five counts of indecent liberties with a child, statutory sex offense with a child, two counts solicitation to commit, and several counts of sexual exploitation of a minor.Warrants reveal more details about the alleged crimes. Among the accusations in the arrest warrants, Kelly performed oral sex on a boy while recording it. He is also accused of showing five teens a picture of another teen naked.Related Article: U.S. Marshals arrest fugitive in Whiteville who escaped police custodyKelly was allegedly in a private Snapchat group with students and shared naked images, exposed himself to a student in a restroom on campus, and sent texts of naked images.He is in the New Hanover County Detention Center under a $1.5 million bond.The prosecutor said in court Tuesday that Kelly is expected to be indicted before his next court appearance, which is on June 7.At last check, New Hanover County Schools said Kelly was suspended without pay.Investigators say there could be more victims. If you or someone you know is a possible victim in this case call the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office. NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — The Isaac Bear Early College High School teacher accused of sex crimes with students now faces even more charges.Michael Kelly, 48, appeared in court Tuesday afternoon on 28 more charges relating to 10 new alleged victims dating back to 2013. Kelly now faces a total of 32 charges involving a dozen alleged victims.- Advertisement –
As of this morning, the turtles were in Pender County for a pit stop to hydrate, stretch their flippers, and allow the drivers to rest before driving all night down to the sunshine state.The turtle hospital says they are always willing, “to lend a helping flipper.” (Photo: Allan Libby) (Photo: Allan Libby) (Photo: Allan Libby) PENDER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — The Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center in Surf City is hosting a few extra guests this afternoon.The turtle hospital says 13 tanks were ready for once cold stunned sea turtles in transit from New England and New Jersey. The turtles are cleared for release, and being transported by van to be released in Florida. They have been driving all night to avoid traffic.- Advertisement – (Photo: Allan Libby) (Photo: Allan Libby) (Photo: Allan Libby) 1 of 8 (Photo: Allan Libby) (Photo: Allan Libby)
A resident of Cedar Landing and Creek Estates near Surf City collects a toll from a driver (Photo: Justin McKee/WWAY) PENDER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — Despite a few calls made to 911 and one person being hit by a driver, a neighborhood says the toll they enforced on their private road did its job to reduce the number of cars cutting through their neighborhood.On Friday, residents in the Cedar Landing and Creek Estates neighborhood closed their private road and began enforcing a toll.- Advertisement – Those who came through and tried to use the road as a shortcut to Surf City had to pay $5.The group running the toll this weekend said they made $800, but not without some issued.They had to call 911 seven times to remove drivers and on Sunday, one driver hit a volunteer and their car.Related Article: Police charge driver with DWI in crash that killed twoA police report was filed as a result.The group says overall, the toll did its job to reduce the impact of cars on the private road.People who live in the neighborhood have to pay to maintain the road, which is riddled with potholes. Neighbors formed a road maintenance organization to fix the issues, but say the extra traffic make it difficult to maintain the road with the limited funds they have.The Pender County Sheriff’s Office says there are no laws prohibiting residents from charging a toll because it is a private road.
According to a news release, Wilmington Police with the U. S. Marshals Task Force located Flanagan in Onslow County.Some of the charges include Statutory Rape of a Child Under 13 and Indecent Liberties with a Minor.He received a $5 million secured bond.Related Article: Watch the first trailer for locally shot ‘Swamp Thing’ seriesAnyone with information should contact WPD at (910) 341-0166 or use Text A Tip. WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — A Wilmington man is behind bars for a dozen sex crimes involving children.Wilmington Police arrested Peter Roosevelt Flanagan, 35, Friday afternoon.- Advertisement –