Heroic 58 Year Old White Man Takes Down 30 Year Old Latino Armed Robber in Starbucks

CREGG JERRI FOUGHT THE GOOD FIGHT, ARMED WITH A CHAIR. (FAMILY PHOTO.)

Cregg Jerri has been hailed a hero by police for foiling an armed robbery in a Fresno, California Starbucks coffee shop.

However, the debate on the Internet has a lot of people condemning Jerri, with others praising him.

The critics believe that Jerri put his and everyone else’s life at risk by resisting a robber armed with a large hunting knife and a gun, although the gun was later determined to be a replica.

Disagree with me if you like, but there’s no guarantee that a robber isn’t going to kill everyone once he gets his money. There are risks no matter what a person does in a situation like this one. I’m going to be among those praising Jerri for that reason.

Fresno Bee

A wild fight between a Fresno Starbucks customer and a knife-wielding robber was caught on surveillance video, showing how a 58-year-old man who police Chief Jerry Dyer called a “courageous hero” put his own life at risk to thwart the crime.

Both hero Cregg Jerri, 58, and suspect Ryan Michael Florez, 30, were stabbed during the fight Thursday that lasted for about a minute. Florez got away and later tried to tell police he was himself a victim of a robbery.

Friday, Dyer said police got their man – Florez. Dyer showed the video at a news conference and said that Florez will be charged with attempted armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon when he is booked into Fresno County Jail.

For now, Florez is in the hospital. He will be there for a few days recovering from stab wounds he received with his own knife during the fight with Jerri.

Jerri needed a few staples to close a stab wound he received during the fight.

The confrontation happened just before 5 p.m. Thursday. Florez entered the Starbucks at Herndon Avenue and Golden State Boulevard in northwest Fresno carrying a yellow bag, armed with a big knife and a replica handgun while wearing a blue “Transformers” mask. He went to the counter and demanded money, Dyer said.

Jerri, 58, was seated at a table using a tablet. Soon after Florez made his demands, Jerri grabbed a chair and slammed it on Florez’s back twice.

A fight ensued and eventually Florez stabbed Jerri in the neck. Jerri got hold of Florez’s knife and stabbed Florez in the face and torso.

Florez was able to get away and drove a truck to Dakota and Fruit avenues, where he abandoned it and ran toward a canal. Passersby noticed him bloodied and called police for help. Florez told officers he had fallen victim to a robbery.

By the time Florez was taken to the hospital, police had already determined Florez was the suspect in the attempted Starbucks robbery. Friday, Dyer said Florez has no adult criminal history. The only time police have confronted him was when Florez was a juvenile, Dyer said.

Dyer said Jerri is a frequent customer at the Starbucks and knows the baristas. Thursday, he had dropped by after work.

“He was a pleasure to talk to,” Dyer said. “It’s good to talk to heroes.”

Watch the action. About a minute and a half. Observe that no one in Starbucks steps in to help Jerri. When there’s trouble brewing, it’s always the white male, the most demonized species on earth, who is supposed to make things right.

U.K.: Sadistic Negro Burglars Tortured Couple with Boiling Water

They are not like us.

Yahoo News U.K.

Two ”barbaric” burglars who tied up a couple in their home and poured boiling water over their heads have had their prison sentences almost doubled.

Kacey Adams, 34, and Daniel Wallace, 33, broke into John and Janis Buswell’s Kent bungalow as Mr Buswell, 66, watched TV and his 64-year-old wife knitted clothes for her expected great-grandchild.

During the break-in Adams, of Ilford, and Wallace, of Dagenham, tied the couple up with cable ties and subjected them to almost two hours of torture as they demanded the codes to their safes.

Two ”barbaric” burglars who tied up a couple in their home and poured boiling water over their heads have had their prison sentences almost doubled.

Both men, who had earlier been found guilty of conspiracy to murder after a man was shot in the face in a revenge attack, admitted aggravated burglary and causing grievous bodily harm with intent.

They were jailed for life with a minimum term of 12 and a half years but three Court of Appeal judges have increased that minimum term to 23 years, saying the original sentences did not reflect the extreme gravity of the crimes.

Mrs Buswell, who was left permanently disfigured by the attack, described the men as “barbaric”. They poured two kettles of boiling water over her and threatened to sever her fingers and gouge one of her eyes out. They poured one kettle over Mr Buswell, punched him repeatedly in the face and threatened to cut his ears off.

The pair made off with around £50,000 before going to Dubai on a spending spree and were arrested on their return with more than £18,000 of luxury goods in their luggage.

We can only hope that some good British lads in prison will take care of the problem posed by the continuing existence of these two.

Allowing the first Jamaicans into Britain in the 1950s was a huge mistake.

Indy 500 Car Drivers Robbed at Gunpoint by Teens: Guess the Race

SCOTT DIXON WATCHES QUALIFYING RUNS AT THE INDY SPEEDWAY.

You’ll have to guess the race of the teen holdup men since nobody is talking. I wonder what odds Vegas would give that the robbers had a melanin enhanced hue to their complexion.

Indystar

Indianapolis 500 pole sitter Scott Dixon and former 500 champion Dario Franchitti were robbed by two teenagers at a Taco Bell drive-thru Sunday night, police said.

The drivers were waiting in the drive-thru line at Taco Bell, 3502 W. 16th St.,shortly after 9:40 p.m. Sunday when they were held up at gunpoint by two young males, according to an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department report.

The report lists Dixon’s wife, Emma Davies-Dixon, as a victim of the incident, but she was not in the vehicle at the time. Her husband had her wallet, according to another IndyCar driver, Tony Kanaan.

When robbery detectives arrived at the scene, the officers viewed surveillance footage and noticed a suspicious vehicle had been on the property before the robbery.

The vehicle drove off and the suspects came from the direction of the vehicle, police said.

“Officers on scene of the robbery informed other officers that were in the area of the suspected vehicle description,” said an IMPD statement. “Nearly a half-hour later, officers located the vehicle in question and were able to stop the car.”

Police said one of the suspects attempted to run but was caught by a K-9 officer. By the end of the incident, the two boys, ages 14 and 15, were taken into custody on suspicion of felony robbery.

One suspect was transported to the Marion County Holding at Eskenazi Hospital and the other was sent to the Juvenile Detention Center, police said. The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office will review the case and make a charging decision.

Dixon and Franchitti declined to comment Monday.

Dixon, who took the pole Sunday for the May 28 race, won the 500-Mile Race in 2008. Franchitti, a three-time 500 winner, retired from racing after a crash in 2013.

Kanaan told reporters that Dixon was making a food run for a group of drivers.

“While they were ordering with their windows down, two guys approached at gunpoint,” Kannan told reporters at the Speedway. “They held a gun at Dixon’s head and asked him for his wallet and his phone.”

“You don’t expect that to happen, especially here.

Scott Dixon is from New Zealand. That may explain his racially unaware quote. You do expect it to happen, Scott. Learn your lesson or you’ll be dead.

I’ll bet Dixon can’t wait to get back to the safety of the track.

African Ex-Con Charged In Heinous Double Murder of Boston Doctors Was Given Light Sentence for Bank Robbery by Liberal Judge So He Wouldn’t be Deported

DRS, LINA BOLANOS AND RICHARD FIELD WERE FOUND TIED AND WITH THEIR THROATS SLIT.

BAMPUMIM “JJ” TEIXEIRA. THE CONVICTED BANK ROBBER WAS SENTENCED TO JUST NINE MONTHS.

When Boston police received an emergency call to go check on an emergency situation at the multimillion dollar high security condo owned by Dr. Richard Field, they found the doctor and his fiance dead, hands tied and throats slit. They were a little too late to prevent their murders.

However, the alleged murderer was still inside the condo with a backpack full of jewelry. Police shot and wounded the individual, later identified as an African immigrant who worked sometimes as a security guard in spite of having a conviction for bank robbery.

America’s love of immigrants has no bounds, it seems.

The grounds for deporting a legal immigrant aren’t that complicated, as laid out at Mass Legal Help. Theft that results in at least a one year sentence can get a legal immigrant deported.

For committing two bank robberies in 2014, the accused double murderer Texiera was sentenced by liberal Judge Lisa Grant to 9 months in jail, far short of what he should have gotten and far short of what is legally required for deportation.

Let’s pick up the story with the bank robberies and then move to the murders.

Boston Herald

The man charged today with the slaughters of two prominent doctors in their South Boston penthouse Friday night told a bank teller in 2014 “I’ll start shooting people” if she didn’t give him $1,000, according to court documents.

Though no weapon was shown, the teller at Citizens Bank on Summer Street complied with Bampumim “JJ” Teixeira’s terrifying demand on Aug. 28, 2014, court records state.

Teixeira, 30, who was arrested for the crime last year by the FBI Bank Robbery Task Force while living at a Chelsea rooming house, was formally charged this morning with the murders of engaged anesthesiologists Drs. RIchard Field and Lina Bolanos.

It remains unclear when and where Teixeira will be arraigned. He remains hospitalized this morning with multiple gunshot wounds police say he suffered in a shootout when they tried to enter the couple’s Dorchester Avenue condo. No officers were hit.

During an interview with police following his arrest last year for the 2016 robbery, court records state, Teixeira told police he was also wanted for the 2014 robbery of the same bank.

“Mr. Teixeira advised detectives that he knew he was wanted by police because he viewed his picture on the Mass Most Wanted website.” records sstate. “Mr. Teixeira was shown the (wanted) bulletin and he advised detectives that was him.”

In the June 2016 case, according to court records, a well-dressed Teixeira walked into the Citizens Bank branch and without ever brandishing a weapon threatened, “5,000 or I’ll shoot you and everybody here now.”

“In fear of being harmed,” a police report states the teller handed Teixeira $212 and a dye pack. Investigators later recovered his white shirt and black fedora hat from a trash bin at the MBTA Chauncey Street Station.

Police said Teixeira used his Charlie Card to make his getaway.

Police later determined that Teixeira worked for a security company whose clients included the Court Square Press Condominiums on West Broadway in South Boston.

Teixeira agreed on Sept. 30 to plead guilty to two counts of larceny and was sentenced to 9 months plus three years probation. He was credited with the 78 days he’d already served behind bars awaiting the resolution of his cases, and he waived applying for parole.

Teixeira is currently on probation until October 2019. At the Probation Department’s request, a warrant was issued this morning for Teixeira’s arrest.

Well, that sentence was a fiasco. Judge Lisa Grant, a longtime defense attorney with no obvious qualifications to hold a judgeship, has blood on her hands.

JJ certainly was contributing to the “nation of immigrants” nonsense that liberals always spew when anyone challenges the wisdom of turning the country over to people like him. Living in shelters? Really?

What more do we know about this fine example of American immigration policy under Obama?

Heavy

Teixeira told his ex-girlfriend that he was “born in Guinea-Bissau and raised in Cape Verde by an aunt, with whom he moved to the Boston area when he was in his 20s… After a falling out with the aunt, he lived in shelters,” The Boston Globe reported.

Guinea-Bissau is an impoverished country in West Africa with a cashew farming driven economy, reports BBC, and it’s considered one of the poorest countries in the world.

According to the UK Daily Mail, the suspect’s “arrest warrant issued in 2016 for armed robbery is stamped with ‘alien warning given.’”

A talk show host with WRKO AM 680 in Massachusetts questioned why Teixeira was still in the country after the bank robberies, criticizing the fact that Teixeira was not deported after those crimes.

The last moments of the doctors were horrific. Field made a last-ditch, frantic effort to get help by texting a friend.

According to the Boston Globe, Field “managed to send a last text message from his luxury apartment in South Boston on Friday night: a plea to a friend for help.”

At 8:38 p.m., police received a call from the front desk of the penthouse describing a call they received from a friend of Field’s, the prosecutor said in court. According to the prosecutor, the friend said Field had sent a text message that was a “plea for help” shortly after 8 p.m. on May 5, requesting that police be notified because there was a gunman in the apartment, and it was a “serious situation.” There was a second 911 call to operations of the Boston Police Department that came from the same friend of both victims, imparting the same information.

However, when police arrived at the condo, they discovered the couple dead with their throats slit, the Globe reported. WCVB also reported: “Sources tell WCVB the victims had their throats slashed.”

In court, the prosecutor did not specifically confirm that. “Both were bound, both were deceased, having sustained obvious trauma,” the prosecutor said. “Just inside the apartment door, a black backpack was located…inside of that backpack was filled with jewelry, presumably belonging to Ms. Bolanos.”

According to Universal Hub, Field owned the condo where the couple was found, and they were engaged to be married.

Texeira was charged with murder while still in the hospital recovering from his gunshot wounds. Watch.

Mystery Meat Blonde Kidnapping Suspect’s Terrifying Mugshot Goes Viral

MORGAN JOYCE VARN. WHITE OR MIXED RACE?

JONATHAN MIKAEL ROBINSON. ALLEGED PARTNER IN CRIME. BABY DADDY?

Morgan Joyce Varn wasn’t born fuxated, but somewhere along the way she became a poster girl for the devolution of the human race into primitivism.

She looks part black to me. What do you think her DNA test would show?

New York Daily News

A police mugshot of a black-eyed woman with blond hair has drawn national attention.

Morgan Joyce Varn, 24, from South Carolina, faces kidnapping, armed robbery and property damage charges in Lancaster County, the Charlotte Observer reported.

What she’s best known for, though, is her terrifying appearance.

The haunting mugshot has drawn reactions of disbelief from social media users, who called her look “Satanic” and “creepy.”

Some speculate that the corneas of her eyes are tattooed. Her pale face and neck are also heavily tattooed.

Varn was arrested after a SWAT team found her armed in her home Monday night. A stolen pistol was recovered from the scene.

Morgan Joyce Varn, 24 years old, who faces charges of kidnapping, armed robbery and property damage in Lancaster County. She remained in the Lancaster County jail Friday without bond

Varn robbed a man, who said he knew Varn, of his cellphone and money after inviting him inside.

Another man, Jonathan Mikael Robinson, 23, who was also inside the home, was taken into custody, the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office said.

South Carolina deputies helped Varn give birth to a baby girl in 2015, the York Herald reported. Her water broke and she went into labor before she could get to the hospital.

Deputies helped deliver the girl, Nala, in an ambulance. Her appearance was drastically different at the time.

Both Varn and Robinson remain in jail without bond.

VARN LOOKED LIKE THIS IN 2015. WHAT HAPPENED?

Now that Varn has gone viral, I’m sure that modeling agencies will be clamoring to sign her to a contract and have her model for the top Paris fashion designers. She’s the image of American womanhood the (((power elites))) would like to see every woman adopt. Hook up with a Negro thug and spend all your money on tats (and drugs?) and you’re the ideal American woman that’s happening now.

Her new career will have to wait until after she serves her sentence, though. Maybe in five or ten years we’ll see her in Vogue.

White Teen Girl Shot in Head Released from Hospital: “I’m tougher than a bullet.”

DESERAE TURNER AFTER.

BEFORE.

A teen girl, Deserae Turner, survived a head shot from a .22 caliber pistol. She was the victim of a premeditated murder plot hatched by two 16 year old boys she knew who stole her stuff.

The criminal justice system is not releasing information about Deserae’s assailants, although one of them is described as a blonde boy, age 16.

KSL

SALT LAKE CITY — Smiling and holding her mother’s hand, 14-year-old Deserae Turner spoke Thursday of gratitude, faith and joy as she was released from Primary Children’s Hospital two months after police say she was shot in the head and left to die.

“I am so thankful to be here today, to be alive,” she told members of the media in her first appearance since the shooting. “I told my dad that I am tougher than a bullet. It is still with me today.”

Deserae has been hospitalized since she was found in a dry canal in extremely critical condition shortly after midnight on Feb 17. Police say she was shot from behind by two 16-year-old boys intent on killing her, leaving her in a medically induced coma and with the remains of the bullet forever lodged in her skull.

But as she read a statement and took questions, Deserae spoke only of her appreciation for the hometown that has supported her, the doctors who have cared for her and the countless strangers who have prayed for her.

“People all over the world have been praying for me. Some of them I know and some I have never met, and they have never met me, but they cared for me, and they care for you,” Deserae said. “I would like others to know that people are kind and they do care about us and are concerned about us, even when we may think no one is there.”

She even picked a special shirt to wear as she returned to her home in the small town of Amalga, in Cache County. On the front of the white T-shirt, the word “Happy” was written in flowing cursive. The back read, “There are so many beautiful reasons to be happy.”

“It says happy on it, and I’m happy to go home,” Deserae said.

Deserae said she was most excited to return home and see her animals, especially her horses.

Deserae also thanked those who “helped take care for my family, especially my mom and dad, while I have been in the hospital.”

Deserae’s parents, Matt and April Turner, celebrated their daughter’s release and praised her strength Thursday.

“What a great day. Because of the love and care of so many, we are taking our beautiful, courageous daughter home today,” Matt Turner said. “Nine weeks ago we did not know if this was possible.”

The family made no reference to the criminal case that is ongoing following the shooting, focusing instead on the joy of having Deserae released from the hospital, and asking that the girl not be questioned about the attack.

Prosecutors say two 16-year-old boys put together a premeditated murder plot targeting Deserae after one of the teens grew tired of her frequent Snapchat messages.

Together they lured Deserae to join them after school on Feb. 16 under the guise of buying a knife, then shot her once in the back of the head at close range, stole her belongings and left her in a dry section of the dirty canal in Smithfield, according to charging documents.

Deserae was found hours later by friends who were searching for her. She spent some time in a medically induced coma, and after awaking, she spoke to police about what little she remembers from that day, including naming the two boys she said she met at the canal.

The two teenage boys are both charged as juveniles with attempted aggravated murder, a first-degree felony; aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony; and four counts of obstruction of justice, a second-degree felony.

KSL has chosen not to identify the two teens at this time.

In separate preliminary hearings last month, 1st District Juvenile Judge Angela Fonnesbeck ordered both teens to stand trial on the charges. The boys now face individual hearings in May, when defense attorneys will argue to retain their cases in the juvenile system while prosecutors push for them to face the charges as adults.

The family declined to answer questions about Deserae’s specific injuries and the recovery that awaits her.

“I have been working really hard and still have a lot of work to do,” Deserae said simply.

Matt Turner said his daughter has “battled for her life” and the ability to do daily tasks — and always will — but the family maintains hope for continued improvement.

Deserae was brought into the press conference in a wheelchair. Helped by her parents, she stood up and took careful steps to a table and chairs that had been set up for them. Her long, curly hair has been cut short, revealing thin surgical scars across her head.

If her hair grows back curly, Deserae said she would like to have it long again. If it is straight, she will keep the short style.

Matt Turner also echoed Deserae’s amazement at the prayers and faith offered to his family.

“We have seen and felt the very best of humanity touch our family’s life over the past several weeks. We know our Heavenly Father has heard your prayers and those heard around the world,” he said.

Deserae echoed her father’s feelings that she has been blessed through her recovery.

“I have felt that my Heavenly Father is with me and has helped me get this far, and I’m so grateful for that,” she said.

More on the teen shooter and his accomplice can be read at sltrib.com.

Kebab Store Manager Charged with Complicity in $400,000 Robbery at Walmart

There are no pictures of the sandnigger who conspired with several other kebabs to rob the Walmart where he was manager. Good reporting would at least inform the reader where he was born, but we have no information about him. All I could find was that he was the defendant in a 2010 lawsuit, which is no big dead since anybody can be sued.

Surprise! It looks like the Middle East isn’t sending America it’s best and brightest. Trump 1.0 was right in wanting to ban Muslims. It’s unclear if Trump 2.0 is still on board with that idea. But it’s a good idea.

In the words of old Hollywood crime thrillers, this case is the story of an inside job.

Baltimore Sun

A former Wal-Mart assistant manager was indicted on federal charges that he took part in the staged robbery of $400,000 from his Laurel store in 2012, a plot that included having him shot in the arm.

The indictment unsealed Friday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore alleges that Ansar Ali Younis was part of a group that planned the early-morning robbery on Nov. 14, 2012, of a Wal-Mart in the 3500 block of Russet Green East.

As part of the plan, co-conspirator Mohammed Altashy obtained a Plymouth Voyager and at around 4:15 a.m. drove to the store and looked for Younis, who was acting as the night manager, and loudly announced a robbery, the indictment alleges.

He pointed a gun at Younis, demanding he put cash from the Wal-Mart safe into a trash can, then forced Younis at gunpoint out of the store.

Altashy shot Younis in the right arm, then left the scene. Immediately after the robbery, Altashy and another unidentified member of the conspiracy transferred the stolen money to another vehicle, and the first vehicle was set on fire, according to the indictment.

Altashy and an unidentifed accomplice drove to a home in Baltimore, and divided up the money, setting aside a share for Younis, who received the money at Prince George’s County Hospital, prosecutors said.

In court papers, federal prosecutors said Altashy was in custody but Younis was believed to no longer be in the United States.

A woman who answered the phone at the Wal-Mart when a reporter asked for a manager said the store would have no comment.

Younis and Altashy are both charged with robbery conspiracy and aiding and abetting under the Hobbs Act, as well as aiding and abetting of wire fraud, malicious destruction of a vehicle, and use of a firearm during a crime of violence.

Neither man had attorneys listed in court papers.

In April 2014, a year and a half later, the FBI offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the robbery. According to a news release from the FBI at that time, Younis had given a description of the person who robbed and shot him.

Deport the dune coon after he’s served his 20 years. There’s no word on what the outlaws intended to do with their stolen money. If it was to be used to finance terrorism, the make the charges reflect that truth.