assault second degree

Man who guest starred on Twin Peaks attacks girlfriend over kool-aid

Jeremy Lindholm, 41, became enraged when his girlfriend told him she was going to get him kool-aid from the store, but she didn’t bring it back to him before she went to work. It was reported that he was so enraged he went to her place of employment, and hit her 13 times with a baseball bat, choked her, and flung her onto the ground. The assault was captured on the store’s surveillance camera’s.  The incident took place in Spokane, Washington on August 16th. 

Jeremy told police that he was not trying to injure his girlfriend, but he wanted the police to be called so they would shoot him in front of her. Jeremy and his girlfriend have been dating for 5 years, and living together for 3 years. Jeremy had a small role in the 6th episode of Twin Peaks, and he is a background actor on other tv shows.

He was charged with attempted second degree murder, and his bond was set at $100,000. If he happens to get out on bond he has been ordered to have no contact with his girlfriend.

“Crazy how life works, you got a knot in your chest, imagine how a knife hurts, you stabbed Un over some records, your excuse was ‘He was talkin’ too reckless!’“

Jay-Z, photographed in handcuffs outside the New York City Police Department’s Midtown South precinct shortly after he had turned himself in on December 3, 1999.

The previous night, while attending a release party for Q-Tip’s debut solo album Amplified at Manhattan’s Kit Kat Klub, Hov allegedly stabbed record executive Lance “Un” Rivera in the stomach and the back. The rumor at the time was that rampant bootlegging of his upcoming album Vol. 3… Life and Times of S. Carter was traced back to Rivera. The incident happened less than two hours after Jay had performed six songs from the album at a music industry listening party at the Irving Plaza.

Hov was charged with two counts of first-degree assault and two counts of second-degree assault. He was arraigned at 2:30 AM and freed after posting a $50,000 bail. Roc-a-Fella Records and Def Jam Records released a statement at the time, saying: “Jay-Z absolutely denies any allegations that he was involved in the incident.”

In October 2001 Hov pleaded guilty to a charge of third-degree assault, and was sentenced to three years probation on December 6. During that time he was not permitted to leave New York without his probation officer’s permission. Before the plea, he was facing up to 15 years in jail on charges of felony assault in the second degree if found guilty at trial. Rivera had drafted a civil suit against Jay following his arrest, but didn’t end up filing it after they settled the matter out of court for between $500,000 and $1 million.

It was all good a few years ago… Before Biggie passed away in March 1997 he (as the Black Frank White) and Jay (as Iceberg Slim) were planning to launch a rap supergroup, “The Commission.” Un (”Uncle Paulie”) was also due to play a part, alongside Puff Daddy, Lil’ Cease (Caesar Leo DeGenero), and Charli Baltimore.

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Aaron Ybarra testified at his trial today, October 31, 2016, that the voice of Eric Harris “demanded and commanded me to do a massacre.” He said God also instructed him to sacrifice himself, so he could “show others of damage that goes on in the world,” while also being an example of what happens to sinners, adding, “I have to do destruction to go to hell.” Ybarra is accused of first-degree murder for the June 5, 2014 shooting at Seattle Pacific University, along with three counts of attempted first-degree murder, and one count of second-degree assault, which he has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to.

Alabama man arrested after beating his twin brother with a bat because he didn’t want to share food from taco bell

Tyler Tarell Dukes, 19, was taken to the Limestone County Jail on charges of second degree assault after he beat his brother in the head with an aluminum baseball bat. Police spoke with Tyler’s twin who told them that he had stopped at Taco Bell with his grandmother after she picked him up from classes at Calhoun Community College. He bought some tacos for himself and his twin, and also got himself a soda. When they returned to the house Tyler became irate at the idea of having to share a bag of tacos, and because his twin bought himself a soda but didn’t buy him one.

Tyler went and got a baseball bat and hit his twin in the head and back. The hit to the back of his head caused a deep gash. He was transported to Athens-Limestone Hospital for treatment. When police asked Tyler why he did that to his own twin brother he said it was because his twin was always disrespecting him.

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Does time really exist? 

Yeah it was there to tell how many seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, and years go by, but is it really there? Everybody has their own opinions about it, but some say that time is an illusion. Sometimes it would seem as if you were sitting in a room for 5 minutes, and it would actually be an hour. In other cases, it would seem as if you were at a place for hours, but only minutes had passed by. 

The sky outside had changed slowly from a beautiful shade of pink to now a solid black. Usually you would enjoy looking at the sky, knowing that he was somewhere in the world looking at the same exact sky. It gave you some kind of comfort knowing that even though you two were a world apart, you were connected through something as simple as looking up at the sky, but now it reminded you too much of him that it made your gut wrench and your thoughts go into overdrive. Every damn thing reminded you of him.

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NEVER FORGET

Injustice History: On this day, November 25 2006. Sean Elijah Bell was killed in South Jamaica Queens, New York. Three men were shot a total of 50 times by a team of both plainclothed and undercover NYPD officers, killing Sean Bell on the morning of his wedding and severely wounding two of his friends. Trent Benefield and Joseph Guzman. The incident sparked fierce criticism of the police from members of the public and drew comparisons to the 1999 killing of Amadou Diallo. Three of the five detectives involved in the shooting went to trial on charges of first and second-degree manslaughter, first and second-degree assault, and second-degree reckless endangerment, and were found not guilty.

Gone, but not forgotten, ever.

Jessica Linscott, then 23 and her boyfriend Roland Dow III, then 27 brought Linscott’s 3 year old child, Nicholas, to a New Hampshire hospital in November 2012. The child was suffering from seizures cause by a traumatic head injury. Hospital employees also discovered bruises and burns both new and old. Linscott claimed the injuries were self inflicted by the child. When the couple became aware that employees were suspicious of abuse, they fled from the hospital, leaving her child behind. Police were called and a search for the couple began. After receiving tips, police found the couple “on vacation” at Universal Studios in Orlando Florida attending a parade. Linscott faces multiple counts of endangering the welfare of a child for failing to seek medical attention. While Dow faces first and second degree assault charges along with endangering the welfare of a child.

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Jay-Z leaving the Manhattan Supreme Court on December 6, 2001. Earlier inside Hov was given three years’ probation for stabbing record producer Lance “Un” Rivera at Manhattan’s Kit Kat Club in 1999. Jay-Z accused Rivera of making and selling counterfeit copies of one of his recordings, then stabbed him with a five-inch knife at least twice, according to a police account.

Before the plea, Jay-Z faced up to 15 years in jail on charges of felony assault in the second degree if found guilty at trial. The sentence had been agreed upon during an October 16 hearing when Hov admitted stabbing Rivera on December 2, 1999. The case against Jay-Z had stumbled after he paid Rivera $600,000 in a civil settlement, which caused Rivera to stop co-operating with the prosecution. Despite the relatively light sentence, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Micki Scherer warned Hov that “if you are arrested again, that would be a serious situation.”

Aaron Ybarra pictured as he was found guilty of first-degree murder for the shooting death of Paul Lee at Seattle Pacific University on November 16, 2016, along with three counts of attempted first-degree murder and one count of second-degree assault. The jurors agreed it was obvious he’s mentally ill, but they couldn’t return a verdict of not guilty by reason of insanity because they noted evidence such as his journal and confession proved he was legally sane at the time of the shooting. Several of them expressed how difficult of a decision it was, such as one juror who said, “There were tears shed in the jury room. It was emotional,” while another sympathized, “That whole progression, it was like an airline accident. It’s never just one thing, it’s six or seven things that make a disaster.” A compassion for his condition was further shared:“It’s not easy to commit a man to prison for his entire life, especially when he’s mentally ill.”

Ybarra’s sentencing hearing is scheduled for January 27th, and he faces anywhere from 88 to 111 years in prison.

On the night of February 12, 2008, David Tarloff, a patient at a psychiatric ward in upper East Side Manhattan, New York, entered the ward equipped with a suitcase. He proceeded to tell the doorman he was there to see a psychiatrist by the name of Dr. Kent Schinbach, and sat patiently in the waiting area. At the same time, Dr. Kathryn Faughey, a 56-year-old psychologist (pictured on the far left) was holding evening sessions. Tarloff waited until Faughey was done, and burst into her room, attacking and eventually murdering her with a meat cleaver. Schinbach came in and tried to help, but ended up being severely wounded in the face and neck. Records showed that Tarloff was a deeply troubled man, having had frequent encounters with the psychiatrists and the police, having been assessed psychologically multiple times, and having had received medicine and electroshock therapy without his consent. Once apprehended, he claimed that he had only planned to rob Schinbach, who had diagnosed him with schizophrenia in 1991 and had gotten him institutionalized. Tarloff pleaded not guilty due to reason of insanity, but was deemed guilty and sentenced to life without parole for murder in the first degree, and an extra 25 years was added on to his sentence for assault in the second degree. 

Jay-Z, photographed in handcuffs outside the NYPD’s Midtown South precinct after he had turned himself in and was arrested on December 3, 1999.

The previous night, while attending a release party for Q-Tip’s debut solo album Amplified at Manhattan’s Kit Kat Klub, Hov allegedly stabbed record executive Lance “Un” Rivera in the stomach and the back. The rumor was that rampant bootlegging of his upcoming album Vol. 3… Life and Times of S. Carter was traced back to Rivera. The attack happened less than two hours after he had performed six songs from the album at a music industry listening party at the Irving Plaza.

Hov was charged with two counts of first-degree assault and two counts of second-degree assault. He was arraigned at 2:30 AM and freed after posting a $50,000 bail. Roc-a-Fella Records and Def Jam Records released a statement saying: “Jay-Z absolutely denies any allegations that he was involved in the incident.”

In October 2001 Hov pleaded guilty to a charge of third-degree assault, and was sentenced to three years probation on December 6. During that time he was not permitted to leave New York without his probation officer’s permission. Before the plea, he was facing up to 15 years in jail on charges of felony assault in the second degree if found guilty at trial. Rivera had drafted a civil suit against Jay following his arrest, but didn’t file it after they settled the matter out of court for between $500,000 to $1 million.

So poor Freddie Grey....poor innocent chap...

March 20, 2015: Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance

March 13, 2015: Malicious destruction of property, second-degree assault

January 20, 2015: Fourth-degree burglary, trespassing

January 14, 2015: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute

December 31, 2014: Possession of narcotics with intent to distribute

December 14, 2014: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance

August 31, 2014: Illegal gambling, trespassing

January 25, 2014: Possession of marijuana

September 28, 2013: Distribution of narcotics, unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance, second-degree assault, second-degree escape

April 13, 2012: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute, unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance, violation of probation

July 16, 2008: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession with intent to distribute

March 28, 2008: Unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance

March 14, 2008: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to manufacture and distribute

February 11, 2008: Unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of a controlled dangerous substance

August 29, 2007: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute, violation of probation

August 28, 2007: Possession of marijuana

August 23, 2007: False statement to a peace officer, unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance

July 16, 2007: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute, unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance (2 counts)

Yeah, real fucking “innocent” eh???

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Occupy activist Cecily McMillan has been sentenced to three months in prison for second-degree assault of a police officer, a felony.

In March 2012 during an evacuation of Zuccotti Park, NYPD officer Grantley Bovell grabbed Cecily’s breast from behind, startling her & causing her to fling her elbow toward him in defense. She had a seizure & ended up handcuffed to a hospital bed that evening. Cecily has also been receiving treatment for post traumatic stress disorder since. 

Cecily’s case is believed to be the last of more than 2,600 prosecutions brought against Occupy activists since 2011, most of which were dismissed or dropped.

Didn't Mean For It To Happen This Way - Chapter 3

A/N: I am not a lawyer. If I got something grossly wrong, please be kind. 

EDIT: I linked the wrong fics before. Here are the correct links. (sorry!)

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There was a dull throbbing behind both temples that threatened to split his skull open, and he massaged them lightly as he loosened the tense muscles in his jaw. He had ceased feeling anything besides numbness over the last hour, following his arresting officers’ instructions as he was led through the station and into the familiar interrogation room. They cuffed him to the bar with little complaint from him, and as soon as he was left alone, he dropped his head into his hands, wallowing in self-pity and despair.

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OPEN LEVI MODERN AU

((trying my best at Levi from attack on titan, to see if I should start up another Levi blog! Open to anyone!))

Captain Levi Rivaille was a straight-forward sort of leader. He did his job, he did it well; failure was not an option. And as an agent who dealt with the most difficult of cases, that was required.

It was a simple case, however, that hung him up; it should’ve been an easy drug bust and arrest on a man that Levi and his team had been chasing for quite some time. The man was to be arrested both for taking and selling illegal substances, and for accounts of assault and second degree murder while on said drugs. But it was when Levi allowed himself to become distracted that he faltered on this mission.

A person was standing on the street that his team was about to approach, and Levi got out of his parked car, looking up at the civilian warily as he approached; it would do no good to have extra casualties. “You there–we’re looking for a Marley Davidson,” he said, having to look up a bit; despite his height of five feet, three inches, he still seemed to radiate commanding power. “Heard of him?”

The police officer who fired the shot that killed an unarmed man in a Brooklyn housing project in November has been indicted, according to three people familiar with the grand jury proceedings.

Peter Liang, 27, who had been on the force for less than 18 months, was patrolling a darkened stairwell at the Louis H. Pink Houses in East New York when he shot and killed Akai Gurley, 28. Less than 12 hours after the shooting, Police Commissioner William J. Bratton acknowledged that the shooting had been a grave error.

A law enforcement official said the indictment against Officer Liang includes six counts: one count of second-degree manslaughter, a class C felony; one count of criminally negligent homicide, a class E felony; one count of reckless endangerment; one count of second-degree assault; and two counts of official misconduct.

…When Officer Liang and his partner entered an eighth-floor stairwell in the building, he had his gun drawn, according to the police. At nearly the same moment, Mr. Gurley and his girlfriend entered the seventh-floor stairwell, 14 steps below.

The charges, reported by NY1 on Tuesday afternoon, come two months after a grand jury on Staten Island declined to bring criminal charges against Officer Daniel Pantaleo in the death of Eric Garner, who died after an encounter with the police.

It came at a time of heightened tension between the police and minority communities and was one of several cases that advocates for police reform cited as evidence of overly aggressive police tactics.