Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
According to police, Coleman and her 26-year-old cousin were arguing Friday night when Coleman allegedly punched her cousin in the face and tore her shirt.
The cousin wrestled Coleman out onto the apartment's patio and slammed the door shut, however, Coleman continued to antagonize her cousin by creating a disturbance outside the residence, according to an arrest affidavit.
A short time later, another woman entered the apartment through the patio area - which allowed the victim's cat to run outside.
When the victim went outside to look for her cat, she discovered the animal laying on a nearby stairwell with multiple stab wounds.
After police were called, officers located Coleman about a block away from her cousin's apartment. During a search, officers recovered a bloody Swiss pocket knife from Coleman's purse.
Coleman was booked into jail and charged with aggravated cruelty to an animal and domestic battery. Her bond has been set at $75,000.
A South Texas man admitted that he concocted a story about being robbed of $1,000 because he didn't want his wife to learn he spent the money at a topless bar, police said.
The man received a
Later he called police and reported that men armed with assault weapons had taken the cash.
Officers searched for the robbers and then questioned the man a second time, discovering inconsistencies in his story.
Jesus Mata, 21, of San Benito was arrested Thursday and charged with filing a false report.
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Rasoul Speight, a bloods gang member is facing a narcotics charge after New Jersey cops yesterday discovered a whopping 100 bags of heroin hidden in his anus, police report.
Speight, 32, was driving on the Palisades Interstate Parkway when his 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer was pulled over during a routine traffic stop. When cops detected the smell of marijuana they asked for--and received--permission to search the car.
While investigators found “nothing of evidentiary value” inside the vehicle, Speight and passenger Gary Sylak, 25, were both arrested due to outstanding traffic warrants, according to cops.
While Speight, seen above, was being processed at police headquarters, he “was found to be in possession of 100 bags of heroin which were concealed in his anus and undetectable at the scene.” Police estimated the heroin’s vale at $1000 in New York City, and $2000 in upstate New York, “where both subjects were traveling to.”
Speight, who cops noted is “also listed as a Bloods gang member,” was jailed in lieu of $38,500 bail on a pair of felony drug counts.
A La Grange minister has been charged with sexually assaulting a minor under the age of 13 earlier this month.
Judge Edward Harmening ordered Donald Jung, 59, held in lieu of $750,000 bond; he was charged with predatory criminal sexual assault of a child. Jung, of the 100 block of East Avenue in La Grange, shook his head when the charges were read.
Jung drove to Milwaukee to pick up three females and drove them back to his home in La Grange, prosecutors alleged.
On the first night of their stay, a nine-year-old awoke when the defendant sexually assaulted her, said Assistant State's Attorney Amari Dawson.
The girl attempted to reach her mother by phone after the incident but was unsuccessful, said Dawson. The next night Jung repeated his actions, said Dawson.
Jung dropped the females at their home. Afterwards the victim told her mother what happened.
Dawson said Jung did not admit to the sexual assault but did tell police he raped the girl's mother 22 years ago when she was 10 years old.
Prosecutors did not say the church with which Jung was affiliated.