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Peoria Niggers Rob Man at Stop Light at Northeast Jefferson Avenue and Spring Street

February 24, 2009 1 comment

http://www.pjstar.com/news_police/x164693021/Peoria-Heights-motorist-robbed-at-traffic-light

PEORIA —

A Peoria Heights man was robbed at gunpoint about 4 a.m. Friday when his car was stopped at a traffic light at Northeast Jefferson Avenue and Spring Street.

The robber displayed a handgun and ordered the 33-year-old driver to open his door. Police said the driver gave the robber $460 in cash and a cell phone valued at $250.

Police said the gunman fled after an accomplice yelled, “Let’s go, dog.”

Peoria Nigger With Crack Cocaine In His Ass Gets 11

January 19, 2009 1 comment

http://www.pjstar.com/news_police/x1162817706/Man-gets-11-years-for-having-crack-cocaine

PEORIA —

A Chicago man was sentenced Friday to just shy of 11 years in federal prison for having several grams of crack cocaine in his buttocks.

Myrio L. Shields, 35, had pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Peoria in September to one count of possession of more than five grams of crack with intent to distribute.

According to court records, police noticed the car Shields was driving had tinted windows. They stopped the car in the 400 block of MacArthur Highway and smelled marijuana. A drug dog was called to the scene and alerted on the car. A search found what police thought was crack on the floorboards, according to records.

At the jail, a search of Shields found 18 grams of crack cocaine stuffed in his buttocks along with $1,500 cash. He admitted the drugs were his, according to court records.

When he finishes his 130-month sentence, Shields will spend eight years on supervised release.

Peoria Nigger Steals 90 KFC Chicken Wings

January 4, 2009 17 comments

http://www.pjstar.com/news_police/x1042625072/Alleged-chicken-theft-leads-to-scuffle-in-Peoria

PEORIA —

A Kentucky Fried Chicken employee’s alleged attempt to steal two bags of chicken wings led to a scuffle with police and his arrest Thursday afternoon.

Quaynor Y. Thomas, 33, of 2419 W. Millman St. was arrested after a manager at the restaurant at 603 N. Western Ave. called police when he noticed Thomas take two bags with about 90 chicken wings outside, police reports said.

The manager told police he suspected Thomas was storing food outside and taking it home when he left work.

Police said Thomas was issued a notice to appear in court for theft, but then they discovered he had three outstanding warrants.

Police said that when Thomas was told he was under arrest, he tried to flee and began a brief scuffle that broke an officer’s Taser holster.

Thomas remained in the Peoria County Jail on Friday.

More Peoria TNB, Two more suspects arrested in home invasion, shooting

November 7, 2008 1 comment

http://www.pjstar.com/news_police/x2070801664/Two-more-suspects-arrested-in-home-invasion-shooting

From left to right: Antonio Anderson, Terrence Bassett, Bobby Short, and Anthony Taliaferro.
PEORIA —

Two more men were charged Friday in connection with a weekend home invasion that left one man with a gunshot wound to the head.

Terrance T. Bassett, 19, of 1100 S. Matthew St. and Anthony D. Taliaferro, 18, of 107 Merriman Court face charges of home invasion and aggravated battery with a firearm. Because a person was shot with a handgun, 15 years were added onto the base range of six to 30 years.

On Thursday, Antonio L. Anderson, 32, of 1822 N. Missouri Ave., the alleged shooter, was charged with the same counts. Bobby L. Short, 30, homeless, was charged with armed robbery and residential burglary. He faces up to 30 years in prison if convicted.

Prosecutors allege Bassett, Anderson and Taliaferro went to the house in the 3200 block of West Starr Street looking for drugs and money. Short had allegedly set up the robbery and is being held legally accountable for the trio’s actions even though he was not apparently involved in the actual crime.

Assistant State’s Attorney Steve Pattelli said Bassett and Taliaferro both confessed to being present during the break-in. Both men were held Friday on $500,000 bond.

Short was previously held on $100,000 bond, while Anderson’s bond was set at $1 million.

Peoria police come across man stabbed in the chest: More TNB in “da hood”

November 7, 2008 Leave a comment

http://www.pjstar.com/news_police/x110409552/Peoria-police-come-across-man-stabbed-in-the-chest

PEORIA —

A police officer came upon a man stabbed in the chest Tuesday night in the East Bluff.

The officer on patrol about 9:05 p.m. spotted a man with a bloody shirt walking along the sidewalk in the 1100 block of Frye Avenue. When he approached the victim, the officer realized the man, in his mid-30s, was bleeding from a serious stab wound to the chest, police said.

He was rushed to OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, where his condition was not available Tuesday night.

Police officers and detectives crowded around a two-story home in the 1000 block of East Frye Avenue, though officers wouldn’t confirm that was where the stabbing occurred. Initial reports were that a woman had stabbed the man, but officers also wouldn’t confirm those reports, only saying that all parties involved were in custody.