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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 12:37 pm 
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I absolutely adore British tabloid press. It is like they KNOW they are over the top but they push it RIGHT ON UP THERE anyway! We anal cancer, Merkel scowling, Princes William and Harry, Beach bottoms, and a Philippine strong man all on the front page! :mrgreen:

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Girl, 16, accused of killing Uber driver with stolen knife, machete

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By Grace Wong, Susan Berger and Brian L. CoxContact Reporter
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A teenage girl from Chicago who has been charged with killing an Uber driver randomly attacked the man with a knife and a machete that she had just stolen from Walmart, authorities say.

Eliza Wasni, 16, kept her eyes mostly to the floor Wednesday afternoon as a Cook County judge ordered her held without bail in the killing of Grant Nelson of Wilmette — an act prosecutors called "heinous" and "not provoked in any manner."

Prosecutors said Nelson, 34, had picked up Wasni early Tuesday a few blocks from a Walmart in Skokie and, minutes into the ride, near the corner of Touhy and Lincoln avenues in Lincolnwood, she began stabbing him.

He managed to pull over his Hyundai and run to a nearby condominium building lobby, where he pushed buzzers and yelled, "Help me, help me. I'm going to die," Assistant State's Attorney Michelle Cunningham said.

Wasni took off in Nelson's car but quickly struck a median and then ran off on foot, Cunningham said. She was found nearby wearing just a bra and leggings; a bloodstained Chicago Cubs shirt was found nearby, and a trail of blood led responding officers to the condominium lobby and then to the seriously injured Uber driver, Cunningham said.

Police were able to use the Uber app on his phone to see that "Eliza" was the name of his most recent customer, the prosecutor said.

She called Nelson a "random victim."

Nelson, who attended New Trier High School in Winnetka and the University of Colorado at Boulder, described his attacker to police but died later at a nearby hospital, officials said.

Surveillance footage from Walmart showed Wasni walking around the store with a knife and machete and then leaving without paying for them, the prosecutor said.

She said Wasni had taken two earlier Uber rides the evening before, including one to Des Plaines and another from Des Plaines to Walmart. She was apparently in violation of the ride-sharing company's terms and conditions, which say customers must be at least 18 years old.

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Grant Nelson, shown in a family photo, was working for Uber when he was fatally stabbed while dropping off a passenger in Lincolnwood, according to police. (Todd Nelson photo)

Wasni spoke during the bond court hearing only to confirm her name. Her lawyer, a public defender, said the teen attends Taft High School in Chicago and lives with a single mother.

Wasni has been charged as an adult with first-degree murder. Judge Michael Hood ordered her to be held without bail and called the crime "extremely violent."

An official with the Cook County sheriff's office said Wasni will be held in a juvenile facility.

Outside the courtroom, Nelson's brother, Todd Nelson, called him "the most gentle, kind person. He never hurt anyone. He was good to animals, he was good to children."

Grant Nelson, his brother said, loved opera and classical piano and was a "very good" piano player. He had also previously worked at Di Pescara restaurant in Northbrook, a manager there confirmed.

"He was just trying to do the best he could in life," Todd Nelson said.

His sister, Alexandra Nelson, added that the family hopes "justice will happen," calling the attack "horrifying and maddening."

The siblings, as well as their parents, were in the courtroom during the hearing. Alexandra Nelson sat behind her father with her hand on his shoulder as a description of the alleged crime was read by the prosecutor.

Family members sobbed at times during the proceedings, including when officials described Grant Nelson begging for help in the lobby before he was found on the ground outside in a pool of blood with multiple stab wounds on his right side.

An Uber spokeswoman issued a statement Wednesday saying the company is "heartbroken by the loss of one of our partners, Grant Nelson. Our deepest sympathies and prayers are with his family and loved ones during this incredibly difficult time."

Regarding the company's 18-and-older age restriction for customers, the spokeswoman later explained that a rider's access to the service can be removed if the rider is found to be underage, and that there is a mechanism for drivers to report riders if they suspect them of being younger than 18.

The spokeswoman said Uber has safety tips for drivers and riders, developed with the assistance of law enforcement agencies. She also said that drivers are encouraged to contact local authorities if they ever feel unsafe, and that the app has a two-way feedback system that is monitored around the clock by a team that investigates any problems that are reported.

Grace Wong is a Tribune reporter; Susan Berger and Brian L. Cox are freelance reporters. Chicago Tribune's Nereida Moreno contributed.





RIP to Mr. Nelson and condolences to his family

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 Post subject: Re: Crime Forum
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2017 1:50 pm 
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http://thesmokinggun.com/documents/crim ... awl-290478

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The Family That Brawls Together, Stays Together

Cops: Five female relatives busted for 2:45 AM Waffle House melee



JUNE 12--A 2:45 AM melee yesterday at a Waffle House in Pennsylvania led to the arrest of five female relatives, according to police.

The brawl Sunday at the restaurant in Lancaster pitted members of one family against three other women. As seen in the above Facebook video, in addition to hair pulling and haymakers, some of the suspects threw utensils and other items snatched off tables.

Mannheim Township police collared the quintet of brawlers for disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor.

Cops identified the defendants as Deborah Shivers, 56; Tyneisha Shivers, 37; Latonia Shivers, 31; and Mercedes Shivers, 25, (each of whom lives in nearby Reading). The fifth woman, Tonisha Shivers, 37, resides in Dallas, Texas.


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I hope that they all had a nice long stay together in the pokey. ..

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Antifa assaults Trump supporter and gets arrested in 15 seconds!

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Dumb, drug-addled, white punk gets 160 years for a Grand Theft Auto inspired spree that nearly killed a trooper and endangered thousands on roadways in Denver area.


How am I even a member of the same species with cretins this retarded?

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 12:38 pm 
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Dumb, drug-addled, white punk gets 160 years for a Grand Theft Auto inspired spree that nearly killed a trooper and endangered thousands on roadways in Denver area.


How am I even a member of the same species with cretins this retarded?


First time that I have heard of this guy (and I am admitttedly not familiar with what he did).

160 years is probably justified...I guess. I do know that some have gotten much less time for doing things that were probably worse.

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I think given the obvious intent to be brazen and benefit from that brazenness, 160 years is not unreasonable.

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 Post subject: Re: Crime Forum
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I think given the obvious intent to be brazen and benefit from that brazenness, 160 years is not unreasonable.



I am not saying that 160 years was unreasonable....only that others committing worse crimes have gotten lesser sentences. (by implication, those committing worse acts should have gotten longer sentences than they received).

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Woman caught shoplifting said she was studying kleptomania

GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming college student who told officers she was working on a term paper on kleptomania after she was caught shoplifting faces three felony charges.

The Gillette News Record reports (bit.ly/2slU1MA) 23-year-old Lydia Marie Cormaney was arrested on June 5 after trying to leave Walmart with nearly $1,900 worth of merchandise.

Court records say investigators later found thousands of dollars’ worth of stolen items in her dorm room. Cormaney told officers she began shoplifting after being forced to move into a new dorm room, away from her roommate who had many of the household items.

She said she was caught once when she tried to leave Walmart with three flat-screen televisions.

Cormaney made an initial court appearance on June 8 and did not enter a plea. A preliminary hearing is set for Wednesday.

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Information from: The Gillette (Wyo.) News Record, http://www.gillettenewsrecord.com



I will give her points for creativity. ;-)

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This week in stupid.....

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Driver rams into Bremerton police headquarters

by: Kevin McCarty Updated: Jun 23, 2017 - 9:51 AM

Even for seasoned police officers, this was one for the books. A man, trying to run from police, driving through a gate and right into the parking lot of department headquarters.

“Well, you know, I’ve seen a lot of things, but this gets up there on the list of, now I’ve seen it all,” said Bremerton police captain Tom Wolfe.

It all started when an officer spotted 24-year-old Bradley Farley sleeping in a stolen car around 6:30 a.m. Thursday in an alley just outside the Bremerton police headquarters.

When police approached him, Farley turned on the car, hit the gas and drove through a gate and right into the department's parking lot, according to investigators. He then made a sharp right, speeding toward a second locked, gate and kept on going.


“Then plowed his way out of this gate and on down the street, where he struck another citizen’s car, ended up crashing, got out and ran,” Wolfe said.

Farley was quickly captured.

Police impounded the vehicle, which was stolen from Olympia. It was covered with scratches and dents and missing a few parts after the crashes.

Inside, investigators found license plates stolen from an unmarked Washington State Patrol car parked at their office a few miles away. Police said Farley told them he planned on returning those plates once he discovered they belonged to state troopers.

He was booked into jail and is facing a long list of charges including several hit and runs, resisting arrest, motor vehicle theft and DUI.

Despite all the crashes, no one was hurt.

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