Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Chicago Feral Negroes Jamiah Lyons, 19, Dennis Bradford, 18 & Cleo Rice, Jr., 18, charged with Oak Park car hijacking, armed robberies

Working together, the Oak Park and Chicago police departments say they've arrested two Chicago men in connection with a carjacking and an armed robbery that took place in Oak Park.

According to a village of Oak Park press release, Jamiah Lyons, 19, of the 6100 block of South Michigan Avenue, and Dennis Bradford, 18, of the 6000 block of South California Avenue, were located Aug. 26 near 82nd Street and Ashland Avenue in Chicago.

A third suspect, Cleo Rice, Jr., 18, of the 7300 block of South Marshfield Street, Chicago, was also located and charged in connection with another vehicle that had been reported stolen in Cicero.

In the carjacking case, two victims were sitting in a parked car on Greenfield Street just east of Belleforte Avenue near Lindberg Park at 1:30 a.m. Aug. 25 when they were approached by two offenders, according to Oak Park police reports.

One offender displayed a dark-colored handgun, removed the victims' personal belongings and demanded that they exit the vehicle, police said. The offenders fled the area in the 2011 Nissan Sentra the victims had been driving, and total property loss was estimated at $7,260, according to the report.

An armed robbery occurred several hours later at 8:50 a.m. in the parking garage of West Suburban Medical Center on Erie Court just west of Austin Boulevard, police said.

According to police reports, a male suspect placed a large black handgun with a long barrel to the right side of the victim's head as she was walking in the garage and demanded her purse. The purse contained keys, a leather wallet, $150 in cash, an iPhone 5 and miscellaneous credit cards valued in total at $700, police said.

A construction worker saw a vehicle leave the parking garage at the time of the second robbery and provided police with its description, which matched that of the stolen vehicle, the release said.

According to the release, an attempt to use one of the stolen credit cards led police to the area of Ashland Avenue in Chicago where the suspects were captured and charged.

Lyons was charged with aggravated vehicular hijacking and armed robbery. Bradford was charged with unlawful possession of a stolen vehicle and possession of a controlled substance. Both men were being held in Cook County Jail. Lyons was being held in lieu of a $500,000 bond, while Bradford was held on $35,000 bond.

Rice was charged with misdemeanor criminal trespass to a motor vehicle and was released after posting 10 percent of a $1,500 bond.

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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

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Two Illinois State Police troopers en route to Michigan State Police Trooper Chad Wolf's funeral in Fenton on Tuesday morning were involved in a crash

Two Illinois State Police troopers en route to Michigan State Police Trooper Chad Wolf's funeral in Fenton on Tuesday morning were involved in a crash.

One of the troopers, a 42-year-old male, sustained minor injuries and was taken to the hospital.

The troopers were headed eastbound on Interstate 94 near Kalmbach Road in Sylvan Township at 10:23 a.m. when the 42-year-old trooper ran off the roadway into the center median, lost control and was thrown from his 2014 Harley Davidson police motorcycle, MSP Sgt. Mark Thompson said in a news release.

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FLORIDA: Somebody chemically burned the word "NIGGER" into Courtney Gordon's lawn.... This colored man with a checkered past had to piss somebody off....

A Florida man says he wanted to explode in anger when he saw that someone burned a massive 3-foot-tall racial slur into his front yard.

Police are now investigating the incident where someone used chemicals to write the N-word into Courtney Gordon’s lawn, according to Orlando’s WESH.

“I feel like this is a threat to me and my family, so I’m not too happy about it,” Gordon told WESH. “You can see them slowing down when they go by my house, so everybody’s just driving by and reading it.”

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Crystal Lake cops search for Daniel Hawkins after police surround home

Crystal Lake police have issued an arrest warrant for a man wanted for an alleged aggravated assault who authorities said prompted them to surround a home in the far northwest suburb Tuesday.

Police have obtained an arrest warrant and criminal complaint for Daniel Hawkins, 23, who lives along Somerfield Lane, where police were called at 1:07 p.m., Crystal Lake Police said in a press release.

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UPDATE: UNRELEASED POLICE SKETCH OF THE MALE BLACK SUSPECT - WHITE WOMAN, 26, SEXUALLY ASSAULTED, BEATEN & STABBED BY FERAL NEGRO IN WILLOWBROOK HOME, POLICE SAY


NEW UPDATE: THE SUSPECT'S ABANDONED VEHICLE WAS LOCATED IN BROOKFIELD ILLINOIS - MANHUNT IS CURRENTLY IN PROGRESS



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Plus there are also a few secret embedded symbols in image itself.
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This feral Negro looks like a character out of the movie "The Planet of the Apes"




A woman was beaten, stabbed and sexually assaulted inside her own home in the western suburbs Saturday afternoon, police say.

Police are searching for the MALE BLACK attacker as the woman fights for her life in a hospital.

Police say around 1 p.m. Saturday a man approached the woman's door in suburban Willowbrook, asked for a favor and when she refused, he then forced his way in and began stabbing her with a knife.

An anguished father wants to get the word out.

"There's a guy on the loose that's a real animal out there," said the victim's father, whose identity is being withheld in order to protect the woman's privacy. "If they would see my daughter, they would understand."

Police are continuing their investigation into the details, but the victim's father said the man went to his door, asked to use the phone before forcing his way in.

The suspect then started to attack his 26-year-old daughter, who was home alone at the time. He stabbed her 16 times, causing several fractured bones in her face. Her father also said the man sexually assaulted her.

"She's really beat up," he said. "It was a very brutal. Several stab wounds to the face and torso, punches to the face."

The victim's father says the woman eventually got away and ran across the street, naked and bleeding profusely from her injuries. A neighbor called 911.

The victim was apparently able to see her attacker enough to provide investigators with a description.

"We're just praying as a family right now that the police would do their very best to catch this guy," the victim's father said.

The woman is in intensive care Saturday night at Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove. Police say they are hoping to talk to her a little bit more Saturday night in hopes they can provide a better description of the suspect sometime Sunday.

Fat Nasty Stanky Black Wildebeest Steals the Police B.A.I.T. Car while the Skinny Skanky Colored Dudes Hit on Her



After over 30 years Wrestling legend Jimmy 'Superfly' Snuka charged in girlfriend's 1983 death

In  his 2012 autobiography, WWE legend Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka described himself as a free spirit who jumped off island cliffs in Fiji and Hawaii, and later off turnbuckles as one of pro wrestling's biggest names in the 1980s.

"Superfly: The Jimmy Snuka Story" was meant to highlight his Hall of Fame career, but Lehigh County authorities say it also helped crack a 32-year-old mystery — the death of Snuka's 23-year-old girlfriend, Nancy Argentino, in a Whitehall Township motel.

On Tuesday, Snuka, 72, was charged with third-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter after a Lehigh County grand jury determined he repeatedly assaulted Argentino in May 1983 in the motel and then left her in bed to die.

"His assaultive acts and his failure to act to obtain medical attention resulted in her death," the grand jury wrote in a presentment July 17, recommending he be charged with homicide.

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Common working to feed Chicago's hungry because 300 pound black females aren't FAT ENOUGH

CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - While a lot of people know Common for his music, they may not know about the community projects he works on, including one to feed the needy in Chicago and fight the food deserts in certain parts of the city.
There are more than 3 million people in this country alone living in food deserts, early 400,000 of them live right here in Chicago.

McDonald's will launch all-day breakfast on Oct. 6 because most colored folks don't get up till 3 in the afternoon!

NEW YORK (AP) -- If you're one of those people who hates missing the end of breakfast hours at McDonald's, hang on just a little longer: the chain says its breakfast menu will be available all day starting Oct. 6.
Items like Egg McMuffins, hotcakes, sausage burritos, fruit `n yogurt parfaits, hash browns and biscuits will be available anytime, although the exact menu will vary in different markets. The company said core items like the Big Mac, McNuggets and fries will still be available at all of its locations.

SLAIN COP DESERVED EXECUTION AND HAD ‘CREEPY PERV EYES,’ SAYS #BLACKLIVESMATTER SUPPORTER - Fat Ass White Trash Mudshark Monica Foy

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Houston area #BlackLivesMatter supporter Monica Foy took to Twitter to insist that slain Sheriff’s Deputy Darren Goforth deserved to be executed and implied his “creepy perv eyes” were somehow justification for why he was shot from behind and then had a 15-round magazine unloaded into his lifeless body. Foy lives in the Woodlands, just north of Houston, Texas.

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Funeral service held for Michigan State Police trooper Chad Wolf

Nolan Finley, The Detroit News - Finley: In Detroit, do all black lives matter?

DC Government To House Homeless People In Hotels… PERMANENTLY

Chicago Bliss, The Local Lingerie Football Team, Are Getting A Reality TV Show

Fast Food Worker Pulled By Her Hair Through Drive-Thru Window by Negroes

DRUNK WOMAN STICKS OUT TONGUE IN NEW JERSEY MUG SHOT

Chicago Bound SOUTHWEST FLIGHT DIVERTS TO TEXAS AFTER ARGUMENT ON BOARD

BREAKING AUDIO: #BlackLivesMatter Radio Show Calls for Race War “Kill Whites and Cops”

BREAKING AUDIO: #BlackLivesMatter Radio Show Calls for Race War “Kill Whites and Cops”

A shocking racist hate-filled show ran on blogtalkradio today.
** The hosts say it’s open season to kill whites and cops
** There will be more executions of cops and whites
** They are going to start picking white people off one by one by one
** They also find the execution of Texas Deputy Daron Goforth hilarious

Thanks to Obama, Eric Holder & the Media.... The War on COPS is in FULL MODE! Fox Lake police officer shot and killed, manhunt underway in Lake County

A Fox Lake Illinois police officer was shot and killed Tuesday morning, and a massive manhunt with dogs and helicopters was underway along Rollins Road in Lake County.

The officer was on routine patrol and radioed shortly before 8 a.m. that he was going to check on some suspicious activity, Lake County sheriff’s spokesman Chris Covelli said during a news conference late in the morning.

He then radioed that he was in a "foot pursuit" but communication was lost after that, Covelli said.  Other units responded and found him shot at Route 12 and Sayton Road, he said.

The officer was found in a marshy area, stripped of his gun and other gear, Lake County Undersheriff Raymond Rose. He died at the scene, the undersheriff said.

Police have established a perimeter and are seeking one black male and two white males, Rose said.

“If (residents) see anybody in their area … that doesn’t belong or doesn’t look right, they should call 911,” he said.

Police, with the help of U.S. marshals, were searching woods and businesses in the area, authorities said.

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Monday, August 31, 2015

BLACK LIVES DON'T MATTER - Murder Rates Rising Sharply in Many U.S. Cities all because of OUT OF CONTROL BLACK VIOLENCE

MILWAUKEE — Cities across the nation are seeing a startling rise in murders after years of declines, and few places have witnessed a shift as precipitous as this city. With the summer not yet over, 104 people have been killed this year — after 86 homicides in all of 2014.

More than 30 other cities have also reported increases in violence from a year ago. In New Orleans, 120 people had been killed by late August, compared with 98 during the same period a year earlier. In Baltimore, homicides had hit 215, up from 138 at the same point in 2014. In Washington, the toll was 105, compared with 73 people a year ago. And in St. Louis, 136 people had been killed this year, a 60 percent rise from the 85 murders the city had by the same time last year.

Law enforcement experts say disparate factors are at play in different cities, though no one is claiming to know for sure why murder rates are climbing. Some officials say intense national scrutiny of the use of force by the police has made officers less aggressive and emboldened criminals, though many experts dispute that theory.

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Dekalb County, Georgia police officer shot while responding to burglary call - police respond to wrong house

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. --  A DeKalb County police officer was shot in the line of duty after police responded to the wrong house on Monday, authorities said.

The incident happened on Boulderwoods Drive around 7:35 p.m. The officer was responding to a burglary in progress call.

The injured officer was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital in critical condition, according to DeKalb County Public Safety Director Dr. Cedric Alexander. The officer "lost a lot of blood" after suffering an injury in his thigh. He was headed into surgery as of 8:45 p.m., Alexander said.

Alexander said officers received a vague location description of the burglary-in-progress call and ended up entering the wrong home. Gunshots were fired, and both the officer and homeowner were struck by gunfire, Alexander said.

The homeowner also suffered a gunshot wound to his leg and has been transported to the hospital. Police on the scene told 11Alive News that the homeowner's family dog was also killed in the incident.

Dr. Alexander said he has asked the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to take over investigation of the incident.

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Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy: Commander Frank Valadez appears justified in fatally shooting feral colored driver with a checkered past

Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy said Monday that he thinks a commander and an officer were justified in fatally shooting a driver over the weekend — despite new restrictions on cops firing into vehicles.

Ogden District Cmdr. Frank Valadez and the officer were patrolling about 1:30 a.m. Saturday when they saw someone shoot into a vehicle from a Chevrolet Tahoe near 23rd and Wood, police said.


Valadez and the officer chased the Tahoe to 19th and Ashland, police said.

“At one point the car is kind of stopping, and at one point appears they are going to jump out and run,” McCarthy said Monday at a news conference.

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DRIVING WHILE BLACK KILLS - 2nd person dies after accident caused by Colored Man with a Checkered Past Paul Forbes, 26, fleeing police

An 88-year-old woman has died of injuries she suffered in a chain-reaction accident last week caused by a man fleeing police on the South Side, officials said Monday. The crash also killed a 66-year-old man.

Margaret Silas, of the 11300 block of South Parnell Avenue, died Saturday at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office.

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Black Wildebeest Zerinha Smith addresses Mayor Rahm Emanuel about the lack of services on Chicago's West Side - City complains none of the Negroes are paying taxes on the West Side of Chicago

PHOTO: Zoo escapee Zerinha Smith

Mayor Rahm Emanuel faced a largely hostile crowd Monday night as he held his first public budget meeting in four years, with protesters who want to reopen a Bronzeville high school taking another opportunity to showcase their cause.

For 90 minutes, individuals in the crowd of about 750 people at Malcolm X College on the West Side each got one minute to ask questions of, or direct comments at, Emanuel and his top City Hall aides before they unveil a 2016 spending plan on Sept. 22.

But much of the event was dominated by demonstrators and protesters who sought to take advantage of a rare opportunity to engage directly with their mayor, who's known more for carefully orchestrated press events rather than unscripted public forums with constituents.

As Emanuel walked out to sit on a stage in the middle of a gymnasium, many in the audience chanted, "Rahm don't care!" The mayor had been scheduled to offer opening remarks but instead waited until the end after many in the crowd had spent the start of the meeting shouting down the moderator for announcing the time limit on comments.

Budget Director Alex Holt and Chief Financial Officer Carole Brown then went through a PowerPoint presentation on the city's finances — the city has reduced but not eliminated its structural deficit, and a big increase in employee pension payments looms. Emanuel mostly listened to comments but occasionally offered policy responses on special taxing districts, community policing and public housing.

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South Florida Negro Mark William Rose, 22, poses as cop, threatens whores with arrest if they won’t have sex: police - Basically I want sex for free like I gets everything else!

A South Florida man pretended to be a cop so he could threaten women with jail time if they didn’t have sex with him, police said.

Mark William Rose, 22, appeared in court Thursday on charges of impersonating a police officer in the commission of a felony and false imprisonment, the Orlando SunSentinel reported.

Rose tried his trick with a dozen women in the last few months and succeeded in sleeping with three of them, according to arresting documents cited by WFOR-TV. Sheriff’s deputies caught him on Wednesday trying to scare another woman into sex, the arrest record said.

Most of the victims were prostitutes, and he brought six of them to the Broward Sheriff’s Office in Fort Lauderdale to warn them they were about to be cuffed, Prosecutor Eric Linder said in county court, according to the SunSentinel.

Rose told a prostitute he would arrest her on Wednesday when she wouldn’t agree to unprotected sex, deputies said. He took her to the sheriff’s headquarters to try his sex scheme again, cops said.

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'A lot of people have problems with the police': Black Lives Matter fumes over Rebel Wilson’s tasteless VMA joke

Black Lives Matter activist fumes after Rebel Wilson jokes about police brutality, strippers at VMAs


A Black Lives Matter activist is furious that Rebel Wilson made light of police brutality with a joke about strippers.

The Australian comedienne took to the MTV Video Music Awards stage Sunday night to present the best hip-hop video award.

“A lot of people have problems with the police,” Wilson said while wearing a cop costume. “But I really hate police strippers.”

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WASHINGTON STATE WILDFIRES - Three fallen firefighters honored and remembered - FIREFIGHTERS Tom Zbyszewski, 20. Andrew Zajac, 26. Richard Wheeler, 31

WENATCHEE — They stood on Sunday morning in the parking lots of Denny’s and Home Depot on the main drag on North Wenatchee Avenue, holding U.S. flags and signs that said, “Thank you.”

They stood at Leonard Evans Used Cars and the entrance to Toyota Town Center, where they waited for the procession of 120 fire trucks, aid cars, police vehicles and Forest Service trucks to arrive for the memorial service for three fallen firefighters.

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The Philly Naked Bike Ride - Those wild and crazy white people

There is a saying among cops and firefighters... The people you end up seeing nude are the people you truly never want to see nude.....

Thousands of bicyclists in various stages of undress have pedaled their way around the city to promote fuel conservation and positive body image.

The Philly Naked Bike Ride on Saturday featured people sporting masks, underwear, body paint, glitter or nothing at all. A lot of riders wore just their shoes.

Debbie Kaighn, who was riding in the popular annual event for the third time, wore shoes, socks and body paint. On her front were streaks and splashes of yellow and green paint, and on her back was the message "Live free, ride nude."

"I'm a naturist, and I believe in body freedom," she said. "And I'm also a cyclist."

The 12-mile ride through the City of Brotherly Love is among many related to the World Naked Bike Ride movement. Riders on the twisting course wheeled through University City, around the Rittenhouse Square park, down to City Hall and through Chinatown. Giddy crowds cheered them on while shooting photos and videos on their cellphones.

Ed Blanton traveled from Arlington, Virginia, to ride nude in the Philly event for the fourth time "because I'm a bicyclist and it's fun."

He wore just a sign on his back: "The earth is the Lord's."

"I like to get this message out," he said before hopping gingerly onto his bike and riding off.

Other riders supported assorted causes, including breast cancer research. One had painted on his back, "Burn fat, not oil."

This is the seventh year of the Philly Naked Bike Ride, which draws about 3,000 participants. Organizers say they hope the event encourages people to bike more and to embrace nudity as a normal and enjoyable part of life.

CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS - In the hole HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS Chicago school board approves $900K for Mayor Rahm Emanuel's fluffer Forrst Claypool staffers

Forrest Claypool, the newly installed CEO of Chicago Public Schools, cut his executive budget earlier this month by 20 percent and laid off nine senior aides saving $1 million a year as an example of shared sacrifice for the broke district.

Then on Wednesday, he submitted recommendations to hire five men, many of whom he’s worked with before, to the tune of more than $900,000 a year.

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CHICAGO FIRE DEPARTMENT - Lincoln Square Bowling Lanes gutted by fire; owner says it was 'a real fun place'


CHICAGO - A fast-moving extra-alarm fire early Monday destroyed a nearly century-old bowling alley in Lincoln Square that had recently undergone a million dollar renovation.

No injuries were reported but a mayday was called when crews briefly lost track of one of the firefighters battling the blaze at Lincoln Square Lanes in the 4800 block of North Lincoln Avenue.

"Where you at?" a firefighter screamed into his radio as the battalion chief was directing crews and equipment at the scene.

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Shannon Jaruay Miles, 30, of Cypress, Texas, is charged with capital murder after Goforth, 47, a 10-year veteran of the Harris County Sheriff's Office - Now the black offender's mother says... He couldn't have dun nothing, he be shopping with me when it happened

Darren Goforth Shooting: Mom of Suspect Shannon Miles Gives Shopping Alibi

The mother of the suspect in the execution-style killing of Texas sheriff's Deputy Darren H. Goforth said her son can't be the gunman because he was out shopping with her at the time.

Shannon Jaruay Miles, 30, of Cypress, Texas, is charged with capital murder after Goforth, 47, a 10-year veteran of the Harris County Sheriff's Office with a wife and two kids, was gunned down seemingly at random Friday night.

Miles is being held without bond pending his arraignment Monday morning in Harris County District Clerk.

Sheriff's investigators said they had no leads on a motive and were operating on the assumption that the gunman walked up to Goforth at a Houston gas station and shot him simply because he was wearing a uniform.

Before he was officially charged, Miles' mother told NBC station KPRC of Houston that she and her son had been out shopping at the time and couldn't get home because police had surrounded their street.

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New Orleans Didn’t Spend Its Money On Levees but blame WHITIE

(CNSNews.com) – The Bush administration is being widely criticized for the emergency response to Hurricane Katrina and the allegedly inadequate protection for “the big one” that residents had long feared would hit New Orleans. But research into more than ten years of reporting on hurricane and flood damage mitigation efforts in and around New Orleans indicates that local and state officials did not use federal money that was available for levee improvements or coastal reinforcement and often did not secure local matching funds that would have generated even more federal funding.

In December of 1995, the Orleans Levee Board, the local government entity that oversees the levees and floodgates designed to protect New Orleans and the surrounding areas from rising waters, bragged in a supplement to the Times-Picayune newspaper about federal money received to protect the region from hurricanes.

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COLORED Thieves use trick to lure drivers out of vehicles

EAST ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – If you see someone lying in the middle of the road, you might park your car and get out, to make sure he or she is ok.  But now, East St. Louis police are warning you not to do that. All because of recent carjackings.
One vehicle theft happened right in front of William Henderson’s mother’s home, near Roosevelt public housing.  “A guy laid in the street,” Henderson recalled, “and a woman got out to see if he was all right, and some guys ran out of the bushes and pulled guns on her. That’s awful.”
Police say the armed men robbed her and took off in her car.  It happened again, just a few blocks away, on Bunkum and 37th street.
East St. Louis Police Captain Bobby Cole says there’s another modus operandi these thieves are resorting to as well, all within the past few weeks.  He explained, “A young lady pulled up to a stop sign, and as soon she pulled up behind them, two to three guys ran back to her vehicle and also robbed her.”
No one is in custody yet, and just one of the stolen vehicles has been located.  “We’re looking for the public’s help to make sure it doesn’t happen again,” Cole said.
It’s unfortunate to suggest people shouldn’t help when they see someone lying in the middle of the street, but that’s exactly what East St. Louis police say needs to be done now.  “If they don’t see it and they run up on it, we definitely don’t want anybody to get run over, but if they can go around without causing another accident…we’re hoping they’re able to get somewhere safe and call 911,” Cole explained.

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