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    Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader indicted on 16 charges, including felony theft in office


    Max Londberg, Jona Ison, Jackie Borchardt and Bob Strickley, Cincinnati Enquirer Published 12:39 p.m. ET June 28, 2019 | Updated 12:48 p.m. ET June 29, 2019

    Editor's note: An earlier version of this story misstated the degree of one of the charges against Charles Reader. He faces first-degree misdemeanor theft.

    Charles Reader was indicted Friday on more than a dozen charges stemming from allegations that the Pike County sheriff stole cash seized from cases handled by his office.

    Reader faces eight felonies and eight misdemeanors.

    Reader was accused in November of stealing cash seized from drug cases handled by the sheriff's office to fund a gambling problem. An anonymous source made the allegation in a complaint that was forwarded to the Ohio Auditor’s Office.

    Pike County Prosecutor Rob Junk requested a special prosecutor in Reader's case, which was investigated by the Ohio Auditor of State’s Special Investigations Unit, Junk said last month amid a dispute with Reader on Facebook.

    Reader lamented then past cuts to his staff and budget cuts to the sheriff's office.

    He later removed the posts and issued a follow-up statement that read, in part:

    "This is nothing more than a political witch hunt, where the prosecutor is attempting to do everything in his power to 'sink my boat,' " Reader wrote.

    His attorney did not immediately respond to a request for comment Friday afternoon.

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    Ohio Auditor Keith Faber said in a statement that the substance of the investigation into Reader ended with "serious results."

    "It is our job to hold public officials accountable and root out fraud, waste, and abuse in our communities," Faber said. "We do not take these charges lightly and recognize that no one is above the law. While this is a major step toward seeking justice, our team is fully prepared to present these findings to a jury as this matter moves forward."

    A Pike County grand jury returned the 16-count indictment Friday morning. The indictment further details the allegations facing Reader, which include:

    • Two counts of tampering with evidence, a third-degree felony
    • Four counts of theft in office, three are fourth-degree felonies and one is a fifth-degree felony
    • Seven counts of conflict of interest, a first-degree misdemeanor
    • One count of securing writing by deception, a fifth-degree felony
    • Two counts of theft - one is a fifth-degree felony and the other is a first-degree misdemeanor
    A Pike County Sheriff's Office spokesman issued a brief statement following the announcement of the criminal charges, stating Reader and his staff had no comment.

    The statement added that the sheriff's office "would like to ensure the public that the office will continue to provide their normal law enforcement services to the public without interruption."

    Reader's criminal case could have a deleterious effect on the prosecution of four members of the Wagner family charged in the Rhoden family massacre, according to legal experts.

    "It all comes down to how much he did in that investigation," said Mike Allen, a former top prosecutor of Hamilton County. Allen earlier said he suspected Reader played more than an ancillary role, considering the relatively small size of the Pike County Sheriff's Office.

    George “Billy” Wagner, 47; his wife, Angela Wagner, 48; and their two children, George Wagner IV, 27, and Edward “Jake” Wagner, 26, were arrested and charged last fall. The charges were the result of the largest homicide investigation in Ohio history.

    The Wagners are accused of killing eight members of the Rhoden family. Officials have said they were motivated by custody of the child of Jake Wagner and one of the victims, 19-year-old Hanna Rhoden.

    More: Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader charged. What happens next?

    "If he (Reader) was intimately involved in (the investigation of the massacre) – with respect to questioning witnesses, taking evidence – that’s a problem," Allen said.

    But in a statement, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost said Reader's indictment "will have no impact on the Wagner capital murder cases, as Sheriff Reader was not the primary witness for any issue of fact or law."

    However, criminal justice experts agree that should Reader be convicted of wrongdoing, it could pose a serious obstacle to the prosecution of the Wagners.

    If defense attorneys make a strong case that Reader's credibility is tainted by his potential conviction, "that could give jurors reason to pause and give reasonable doubt," David Singleton, a law professor at Northern Kentucky University and the executive director of the Ohio Justice & Policy Center, earlier told The Enquirer. "It's possible it could make a difference."

    More: Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader charged. What happens next?

    More: Will charges against Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader impact the Rhoden case?

    Singleton and other experts stressed that Reader's role in investigating the killings will influence how and whether his own criminal case comes up at the Wagners' trials.

    They also stressed that many questions must be answered before the influence, if any, that Reader's alleged wrongdoing has on the Wagner prosecution becomes clear.

    A defense attorney, Singleton said, could argue that Reader botched the investigation by rushing through it in order to "shift suspicion away from himself." The Rhoden killings were high-profile and garnered the attention of top law enforcement officials in the state as well as extensive media coverage.

    If Reader was a key investigator on the case, which was handled by his sheriff's office and the state's Bureau of Criminal Investigation, it's likely a judge would allow Reader's criminal troubles to be aired at trial before jurors, Singleton said.

    He likened such a scenario to the O.J. Simpson trial. Then, Det. Mark Fuhrman, who found crucial evidence in the case, was branded by the defense as a racist. Tapes were played of him using the N-word after he denied he’d said it.

    Even if Reader didn't play a significant role in the investigation, his criminal case could still come up in the Wagner cases, said Jean Peters Baker, the top prosecutor of Jackson County in Missouri, a jurisdiction that includes Kansas City.

    But in that event, the prosecution may cut Reader's investigative contribution entirely from the case against the Wagners, Peters Baker said.

    But if Reader's history does come up at trial, it won't necessarily be a death blow to the state's case against the Wagners.

    "Officers are human beings like everybody else," Peters Baker said. "Sometimes juries can weigh it out and decide what kind of credence they want to give."

    More: Pike County Facebook tirades reveal concerns about sheriff's credibility in court

    Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader, left, discusses the ongoing investigation into the unsolved killings of eight family members at a news conference Thursday, April 13, 2017, attended by Attorney General Mike DeWine, whose office is leading the investigation. (Photo: AP/Andrew Welsh-Huggins)

    Reader's indictment raises questions about the future of his role as a sheriff.

    Ohio law outlines the process for suspending public officials charged with felony crimes "relating to official conduct."

    A different section of the law outlines the removal of public officials accused more generally of misconduct. Removal is initiated by a complaint that must be signed by at least 15 percent of voters in the most recent governor's election within the jurisdiction in question, in Reader's case, Pike County. For sheriffs, a governor's signature on the complaint can bypass the need for citizen signatures, the law states.

    Dan Tierney, spokesman for Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, said the office has not yet reviewed the indictment to determine if the statute would be appropriate, though Tierney acknowledged it "could apply in this sort of case."

    DeWine, as attorney general, assisted Reader in the investigation of the Rhoden family massacre.

    Tierney said the statute regarding suspensions of public officials is more apt in this case.

    More: Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader charged. What happens next?

    That law went into effect in 2005. The first sheriff suspended under the statute was former Shelby County Sheriff Dean Kimpel, in 2012, followed by Kelly in 2014.

    Former Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly was suspended before being convicted of 17 felonies in 2015, according to The Athens News.

    Athens County sought $85,000 in reparations for salary and benefits paid to Kelly or on his behalf while he was suspended, The News reported. The county eventually settled for about a tenth of that amount.

    Months before Kelly was sentenced after pleading guilty to 14 criminal charges including misuse of public funds, Kyle Overmyer was suspended as sheriff of Sandusky County.

    Overmyer pleaded guilty in 2016 to felony counts of theft in office, theft of drug take-back boxes and deception of physicians to obtain prescription pain medication.

    He was sentenced to four years in prison.

    Allen, the former top prosecutor of Hamilton County, added that Reader may voluntarily relinquish his police powers as a result of the charges.

    "How are you going to function if the chief law enforcement officer of a county is under indictment?" he said. "I can’t imagine he’d continue in that position."

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    07/25/2019 10:24 am ET Updated 21 hours ago
    Trump Stood In Front Of Presidential Seal Doctored With Russian Symbol, Golf Clubs
    Turning Point USA, the nation’s largest college Republican group, apparently projected the image at its summit by mistake.
    By Hayley Miller

    President Donald Trump stood in front of a fake presidential seal doctored to feature golf clubs and resemble Russia’s coat of arms while taking the stage at a conference for young Republicans on Tuesday.

    Turning Point USA, the nation’s largest group of college Republicans, hosted the president at its summit in Washington and appears to have accidentally projected the fake seal onto the stage where Trump spoke.

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    “It was a last-minute A/V mistake — and I can’t figure out where the breakdown was — but it was a last minute throw-up, and that’s all it was,” a spokesman for TPUSA told The Washington Post. “I can’t figure out who did it yet. ... I don’t know where they got the image from.”

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    The spokesman told the Post that an audiovisual team made up of TPUSA members and hotel staff was responsible for the projections behind Trump during the summit.

    CNN reported Thursday that TPUSA fired one of its audiovisual team members over the incident. A TPUSA source told the outlet that the aide had done a Google search for the official presidential seal to project at the summit but mistakenly used an image of the doctored seal that came up in the search.

    The true presidential seal was on the lectern where Trump delivered a roughly 80-minute speech that stoked racial divisions and included lies about a group of Democratic congresswomen of color known as “the Squad.” It was also projected behind him as he was introduced onstage, along with the words “President Donald J. Trump.”

    But the image projected on the screen to Trump’s right featured the doctored version of the seal. It resembled the official seal, but the American bald eagle in the center of it had two heads ― like Russia’s coat of arms ― instead of the usual one.

    Former special counsel Robert Mueller testified on Capitol Hill a day after the TPUSA summit about his report on Russian interference in the 2016 election, whether Trump’s campaign had attempted to coordinate with the Kremlin, and if the president had obstructed justice.

    Russia’s coat of arms.
    On the official seal, the banner above the eagle says “E pluribus unum,” a Latin phrase meaning “out of many, one.” But the banner on the fake seal says “45 es un títere,” which translates in Spanish to “45 is a puppet.”

    The eagle’s left talons in the doctored seal also appear to clutch a set of golf clubs instead of the 13 arrows it holds in the official version.

    The president famously loves to golf, having spent twice as many days on the links as of May than President Barack Obama did at the same point in his first term. Trump’s golf outings have cost taxpayers over $100 million so far.

    As one HuffPost reader pointed out, the eagle’s right talons are clasping cash, instead of the usual olive branch in the official seal.

    “We never saw the seal in question before it appeared in the video,” White House spokesman Judd Deere told HuffPost in a statement. “For anything further, you would need to contact Turning Point ― it was their event.”

    TPUSA did not immediately respond to HuffPost’s request for comment.

    Richard Painter, a former White House ethics lawyer under President George W. Bush, told the Post that the incident was “careless” and blamed Trump White House staffers for not having more involvement in the event.

    “You should have control over what the private group is doing, what they’re putting on the screen and anything else,” Painter said. “To let someone project something on the screen that isn’t controlled by the White House is pretty stupid.”

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    Man Who Bludgeoned His Wife To Death With A Concrete Block Blames Mayonnaise!

    Accused wife killer claims ‘powerful’ group infected him with mayonnaise
    ByAmanda Woods

    July 26, 2019|7:51am

    A deranged California man accused of beating his wife to death with a concrete block told investigators that a “brutal, powerful” group had infected him with mayonnaise, according to a new report.

    Nathaniel Robertson, 46, bashed his 57-year-old wife Lidia Robertson to death in their Bakersfield home early on July 11,local station KGET reported.

    Her body was found lying on the floor with “major head trauma,” surrounded by a large pool of blood, with the block lying next to her, according to the report.

    Robertson told detectives in a confusing, rambling statement that he bludgeoned his wife to “give her compassion and mercy” as “the alignments were not in place to protect her,” according to new court documents obtained by the station.

    He also claimed that he’d been infected with mayonnaise by a group of people he only identified as “they.”

    On top of that, he told investigators there was something inside him releasing information about the Revolutionary War, according to the report.

    Asked if he used drugs, Robertson told detectives that he used “ice” — a nickname for methamphetamine — to help him breathe, the outlet reported.

    He’d also fessed up to ingesting “crystal,” which authorities took to mean crystal meth, the court documents say.

    He told authorities that he loved his wife, and called her his best friend.

    “I didn’t want it to be a painful thing,” Robertson said, according to the report. “I didn’t want to hit her a bunch of times, I wanted to end it, I didn’t want her suffering.”

    Robertson was arrested at Riverview Park nearby where he told deputies he’d been looking around for a place to kill himself.

    He has pleaded not guilty to a first-degree murder charge in the case, and is being held on $1 million bail.

    Robertson suffered from mental illness and abused drugs — and the couple remained married only for financial reasons, a neighbor told investigators, according to the station.

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    Wealthy Newport Beach fugitive who allegedly killed wife arrested in Mexico

    By Theresa Braine
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    Aug 05, 2019 | 11:22 PM

    Peter Chadwick, seen in 2012, was busted in Mexico. He was on the U.S. Marshal's most-wanted list for allegedly killing his wife. (Courtesy of Newport Beach Police Department)

    A Newport Beach, Calif., millionaire who allegedly murdered his wife in 2012 and failed to appear at a 2015 court hearing has been picked up in Mexico, according to reports.

    Wealthy real estate investor Peter Chadwick was apprehended Sunday and handed over to U.S. authorities, sources close to the investigation told KNBC Los Angeles.

    Chadwick, then 48, was charged in the October 2012 strangulation after the body of 46-year-old Quee Chadwick turned up in a trash bin at a gas station in San Diego County, the Los Angeles Times reported.

    Her husband had told the U.S. Marshals Service that the handyman did it, after first kidnapping her. He also alleged that the murderer had forced him to drive with her body to the border, but later recanted.

    But he was arrested after signs of foul play were found in their home. Police had gone to the house after the couple did not arrive to pick up their children from school and a neighbor alerted them the couple was missing, the Los Angeles Times said.

    Neighbor heard scream from homicide victim's home »
    A neighbor told a local newspaper at the time that she thought she had heard Quee Chadwick scream early in the morning the last day she’d been heard from.

    Chadwick had disappeared after his release on $1.5 million bond pending trial, KNBC said, skipping his January 2015 court hearing.

    A naturalized U.S. citizen since 1991 but originally from the UK, Chadwick surrendered both countries’ passports and was purportedly going to live with his father in Santa Barbara, according to the Associated Press. But authorities discovered his bank accounts had been scoured clean of millions, AP said, and his home filled with books on how to switch identities.

    Since then, Chadwick, now 54, has been on the U.S. Marshal’s most-wanted list. The hunt had even morphed into a six-episode true crime podcast written and produced last year by the Newport Beach, California police department, AP said.

    The multimillionaire was arrested late Sunday and delivered to California early Monday, law enforcement sources told the Los Angeles Times.

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    Florida trooper had sex with 14-year-old girl in the back of his car: authorities
    By Lee Brown

    July 28, 2019 | 9:05am


    Riley Marcus Schwarz Pasco Sheriff's Office

    A Florida state trooper has been arrested for having sex with a girl starting from when she was just 14 — at least once in the back of his car parked in a public gas station, according to authorities.

    Highway Patrol trooper Riley Marcus Schwarz, 23, was busted after the girl’s parents found her journal detailing the numerous times the officer had sex with the youngster, according to the Tampa Bay Reporter.

    “The contents of the journal indicate that the relationship was sexual in nature and that they had been talking to each other since Sept. 23, 2018,” the arrest affidavit says, according to the paper.

    They started having sex in October 2018 when the girl was just 14, the affidavit states.
    Schwarz admitted to the having intercourse with the girl “six to eight times,” according to the affidavit, including once “in the back seat of his vehicle” at a Mobil gas station.

    Schwarz has been charged with two felony counts of lewd and lascivious battery involving sexual activity of a victim 12-15 years of age, according to records, and is being held in Land O Lakes jail on $10,000 bond.

    He was immediately fired by the Florida Highway Patrol.

    “The alleged actions are reprehensible, and the department continues to cooperate fully with the investigation,” Captain Thomas E. Pikul said, according to the Reporter.

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    Armed man at Walmart says he was testing right to bear arms
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Prosecutors on Friday filed a terrorist threat charge against a 20-year-old man who said he walked into a Missouri store wearing body armor and carrying a loaded rifle and handgun to test whether Walmart would honor his constitutional right to bear arms.

    The incident, just days after 22 people were killed during an attack at another Walmart in El Paso, Texas, caused a panic at the Springfield, Missouri, store. Dmitriy Andreychenko walked through filming himself with his cell phone Thursday afternoon.

    No shots were fired and Andreychenko was arrested after he was stopped by an armed off-duty firefighter at the store.

    “Missouri protects the right of people to open carry a firearm, but that does not allow an individual to act in a reckless and criminal manner endangering other citizens,” Greene County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Patterson said in a statement announcing the charge. Patterson compared the man’s actions to “falsely shouting fire in a theater causing a panic.”

    If convicted, the felony charge ofmaking a terrorist threatin the second degree is punishable by up to four years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000, according to the prosecutor’s office. The charge means he showed reckless disregard for the risk of causing an evacuation or knowingly caused fear that lives were in danger.

    “I wanted to know if Walmart honored the Second Amendment,” a probable cause statement released Friday with the charges quoted Andreychenko as saying.

    Andreychenko started to record himself with his phone while he was still in the car parked at Walmart. He got the body armor from the trunk of his car and put it on before grabbing a shopping cart and walking into the store, according to the statement.

    Andreychenko said his intention was to buy grocery bags. The rifle had a loaded magazine inserted, but a round was not chambered. A handgun on his right hip was loaded with one round in the chamber.

    He said he bought the rifle and body armor because of three recent shootings and a stabbing, and said he wanted to protect himself.

    His wife, Angelice Andreychenko, told investigators that she warned him it was not a good idea, adding that he was an immature boy.

    His sister, Anastasia Andreychenko, said he had asked her if she would videotape him going into Walmart with a gun and she also told him it was a bad idea, according to the probable cause statement.

    The statement does not allege that he pointed the weapons at anyone, although patrons in the surveillance video could be seen in the background running away.

    Walmart issued a statement Friday that praised authorities for stopping the incident from escalating. It said Andreychenko is no longer welcome in its stores.

    “This was a reckless act designed to scare people, disrupt our business and it put our associates and customers at risk,” said spokeswoman LeMia Jenkins. “We applaud the quick actions of our associates to evacuate customers from our store, and we’re thankful no one was injured.”

    Since January 2017, Missouri has not required a permit to openly or conceal carry a firearm for those 19 years or older. Roughly 30 states allow the open carrying of handguns and rifles and shotguns in public without a permit.

    San Francisco-based Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence said six states generally prohibit the open carrying of rifles and shotguns — California, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Minnesota, and New Jersey — along with the District of Columbia, the law center said.

    California, Florida and Illinois also generally ban the open carry of handguns, as do New York and South Carolina.

    Springfield is about 165 miles (266 kilometers) south of Kansas City, Missouri.
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    Black family finds a cop’s KKK application in new house they’re trying to buy


    In 2009, a white cop killed a black man during a traffic stop. The Judge cleared him of any wrongdoing. Now, in 2019, a black family who was hunting for houses found a KKK application inside one of the houses. The house belongs to that same white cop who killed the black man in 2009.

    Rob Mathis and Reyna Mathis were hunting for houses to purchase together.

    Mathis and his wife were trying to purchase a house that would give them enough space for their children and grandchildren, and accommodate their future. They thought the five-bedroom home they viewed on Wednesday in Holton, Michichigan, in a small town of fewer than 3000 people would do well, and were ready to make an offer.


    But their ideas of the town and the house changed when upon entry, they found a Confederate flag placemat on the dining room table, to which Mathis reacted:

    “I thought to myself, ‘Wouldn’t it be funny if this was a Klansman’s house?’”

    When the family and their real estate agent went upstairs to check out the bedrooms, Mathis and his son saw a plague that contained a yellow aged document. When they approached it they noticed it was an application to join the KKK.

    Mathis wrote in a post on social media:


    Mathis told MLive in an interview:

    “It was basically also telling me that he only [wanted] whites only to purchase his home. People who had that type of hate in their heart, he wanted those people.”

    Mathis’ wife Reyna said that she and her family collect memorabilia from the Detroit Red Wings and the University of Michigan because they are proud of those affiliations, and can’t understand how he would keep those items if he “doesn’t associate with them” as he said.

    Reyna said:

    “I was just angry, and my daughter started asking questions and she’s only 12,”

    In response to Mathis’ post, the Local government made a public post stating:

    “after a social media post was brought to our attention accusing an officer of being in possession of certain items associated with a white supremacy group.”

    They stated that he was:

    immediately placed on administrative leave, pending a thorough investigation.

    The homeowner is identified as a 48-year-old white officer named Charles Anderson.


    Anderson happens to be an officer who was pursuing 23-year-old Julius Johnson during a traffic stop on September 23, 2009.

    According to the investigation in 2009, Johnson allegedly beat Anderson in the head, which Anderson said prompted him to pull out his gun and shoot Johnson because he was in “Fear for his life”.

    Tunisia Phillips, Johnson’s sister, told investigators that she heard her brother beg for his life before Anderson shot him. The prosecutor later cleared Anderson of wrongdoing and then charged his sister Tunisia Phillips with “lying” to police. People took to the streets to protest Johnson’s killing.

    Eric Hood, the president of the Muskegon County chapter of the NAACP, has now called for a thorough investigation of Anderson and how he deals with Black people, and other people of color. He stated:

    “We want a thorough investigation to be sure that when he goes out there and puts on that uniform and performs his duties as an officer that he’s being fair and impartial,”

    There’s no word yet on whether or not the 2009 investigation will be reopened.
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    Former police chief, 50, who resigned over racist online posts before 'robbing two banks' says he's been 'cursed' after surgery to remove a brain tumor left him without judgement or impulse control
    • Richard Edward Inman, 50, has been charged with armed robbery, entering a bank with intention to steal and failing to stop for a blue light
    • He was appointed former police chief in Williamston in 2009, after 15 years with law enforcement
    • In 2011, he was asked to resign after sharing a racist picture showing a toilet seat with the caption that it was a Mexican spaceship
    • Inman of Fountain Inn, South Carolina, committed robbery in 2017 for which he received a 15-year suspended sentence and four years probation
    • In May he allegedly robbed a bank in Pawleys Island and has been charged
    • Inman believed his actions were the result of a surgery to remove a brain tumor that he said left him without judgment or impulse control

    Richard Edward Inman, 50, of Fountain Inn, South Carolina, has been charged with a second robbery after being convicted in 2017. He is alleged to have committed the most recent on May 24

    A former police chief who robbed a bank, is accused of robbing another and was fired for sharing racist posts online claims surgery to remove a brain tumor is responsible for his behavior.

    Richard Edward Inman, 50, of Fountain Inn, South Carolina, says he has been 'cursed' since the operation in 2009 that he believes left him without judgment or impulse control.

    He was asked to resign in 2011, after posting a picture referring to a toilet seat as 'Mexican spaceship' and claiming he could speak 'jive' on his Facebook profile.

    He now stands accused of armed robbery, entering a bank with intent to steal and failure to stop for blue lights for incidents on May 24.

    Prior to his most recent alleged heist, Inman was serving a 15-year suspended sentence and four years probation for a similar robbery in 2017, the Post Courier reported.

    Inman committing robbery in 2017, when he walked into a bank and handed a note demanding money. He claimed to be armed and later fled. He was found guilty and received a 15-year suspended sentence and four years probation due to expire 2022

    Inman in May 2019 for the alleged armed robbery in Pawleys Island, he is also charged with entering a bank with intent to steal and failure to stop for blue lights

    Prosecutors say Inman went into a Bank of America in Pawleys Island where he claimed to be armed and fled with an undisclosed amount.

    Later, after a high speed chase between him an officers, he was shot by 'at least two deputies' and was apprehend, according to the Courier.

    His injuries were nonthreatening and he remains charged without bail.

    Inman was hired as Williamston's police chief in 2009, after 15 years in law enforcement with multiple different agencies.

    He had been hired with 'strong recommendations' and the 'bonus of a college degree,' according to former town administrator Phyllis Lollis, reported by the New York Times.

    His life changed in 2009 when he woke up in bed with a bloodied lip from a seizure and with no idea how he got there. An MRI diagnosed he was suffering from a meningioma - usually a non-malignant tumor that can grow to a size whereby they push on tissue impairing brain function.

    He underwent surgery a stayed in hospital for 10 days before insisting he returned to the force a few weeks later. That's when his troubles started.

    Lollis reported that after surgery Inman 'came back... totally different.' However, she put it down to 'a lot of medication.'

    Inman says the surgery left him cloudy, easily confused and prone to outbursts.

    In 2011, he was asked by the then-mayor Cathel Crout to resign after sharing a picture of a toilet seat with the caption that it was a Mexican spaceship.

    He also listed the languages he spoke as 'sarcasm (fluent), Ethiopian, Semitic, Afrikaans and jive,' reported the Times.

    According to Lollis, when Inman was asked for his resignation he 'didn't get upset' an 'was very calm.'

    She added that when asking him, 'Richard, how could you be so stupid? He said, "I don’t know".'

    'I had the surgery, and it’s just like the wheels came off,' Inman said. 'It’s just — every decision I made was bad. And it had an impact on me, you know, on my family life, on my career.'

    After he called his wife to say he'd been fired from the force, she said 'What did you expect?'

    He said she left him a few days later.

    Mack Durham, a councilor who served with Inman, reported that after the surgery his behavior 'became erratic and continued to worsen,' according to the Journal Online.

    'His use of racial slurs and his equally offensive comments on social media were totally unlike him prior to the surgery,' Durham told the site.

    It's claimed that at the time of the posts that believed the posts were funny, not seeing anything insensitive about them, and added that he treated everyone equally.

    His father died in 2015, which sources close to the accused claim worsened his state, the journal wrote.

    In 2017, Inman strolled into a local bank without a mask and slid a note to the bank teller. It read: 'This is a robbery. I have a gun. No dye-packs! $2,000 cash. No alarms. Don’t cry out, stay calm.'

    After the teller handed him the cash, he told her to 'have a nice day’ and promptly left.

    Inman has remained in Georgetown County jail awaiting trial for the past five months.

    He still can explain why he robbed the banks.

    His mother, Carol Inman, often talks to her son.

    'Richard’s life is ruined,' she said. 'It is. But it does not have to ruin ours. ... We want to support and love him and be there anyway we can.'

    Richard Inman's timeline
    1994 - Started working in law enforcement

    2009 - Hired as Williamston police chief after numerous recommendations. Months later he had surgery to remove a brain tumor after suffering a seizure

    2011 - Was asked to resign by the then-mayor over a racist picture he shared showing a toilet seat with the caption that it was a Mexican spaceship. Inman had also listed the languages he spoke as 'Ethiopian, Semitic, Afrikaans and jive'

    2017 - Robbed a bank and was apprehended by police after a high speed chase. He would receive a 15-year suspended sentence and four years probation due to expire in 2022

    2019 - Alleged to have robbed another bank in Pawleys Island and fled. Inman was apprehended by officers after a 80mph chase. He is charged with armed robbery, entering a bank with intent to steal and failure to stop for blue lights. He was held without bail
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    Deputies: Deltona man arrested in overseas extortion scheme
    Patricio G. Balona @PBalonaNJ
    Aug 13, 2019 at 2:03 PM Aug 13, 2019 at 4:27 PM

    A Deltona man arrested Tuesday forced a United Kingdom woman into paying him more than $8,000 by threatening to reveal to her husband photos and videos he got from her during an online relationship, deputies said.

    Christian George Smith, 37, was charged with threats or extortion and fraudulent use of a credit card. He was in the Volusia County Branch Jail on Tuesday on $25,000 bail.

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    Detectives suspect there may be other victims extorted by Smith, said Volusia County sheriff's spokeswoman Laura Williams.

    Smith, who met the woman online five years ago and had a platonic relationship with her, threatened to send photos and videos she had sent him to the woman's husband, family and employer, according to Williams.

    Smith started threatening the woman and extorting money from her — a total of $8,714 — after the woman, who had considered dating Smith, decided not to pursue a relationship with him because she wanted to work on her marriage instead, Williams said.

    Smith began threatening and coercing her into paying him large sums of money in exchange for his silence, including paying his child support debt, investigators said.

    A week ago the victim, who lives in South Wales, emailed the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office and told detectives that between July 9, 2019, and July 19, 2019, Smith made written threats and recorded video/audio threats, Williams said.

    On July 20, the woman told her husband the truth about Smith. That prompted Smith to threaten her husband as well, both in audio recordings and on social media, if she didn’t pay him, Williams said.

    Even though she paid Smith, he continued threatening her and contacted the funeral company where she works to file false claims against her, Williams said. Due to those allegations, she was suspended from her job and an internal investigation was started, Williams said.

    In addition, on Aug. 3, Smith accessed the woman's credit card and charged more than $2,000 on it, deputies said.

    Investigators believe there may be other victims and anyone who may have been involved with Smith is encouraged to contact Volusia County Sheriff’s Office Detective Jayson Paul via email at jpaul@vcso.us.

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    ‘Damn Right, I’m a White Nationalist’ Declares Texas GOP Platform Committee Membe
    A connected tea party activist says white nationalism has nothing to do with race supremacy — it’s just part of Trump’s “America First” vision.
    At the Texas Republican Party’s 2018 convention, Ray Myers was a part of a select group of activists charged with crafting the platform for the biggest and most influential state party in the country. Myers is also a white nationalist, a fact that he declared last week. “Damn Right, I’m a WHITE NATIONALIST and very Proud of it,” Myers wrote in a Facebook post last Tuesday.
    Myers is a 74-year-old activist who has been involved in GOP politics for decades. But“the pivotal political moment came when Obama came on the scene. I knew immediately that America was in trouble,” he said in an Empower Texansprofile. Soon after, hefounded a tea party chapter in Kaufman County, just east of Dallas. More recently, Myers was a member of Ted Cruz’s “Texas Leadership Team” during his presidential campaign,served as a Cruz delegateat the RNC convention and went on to become a Trump volunteer, according to his Facebook profile.

    Reached by phone on Friday, Myers insisted that he saw nothing wrong with labeling himself a white nationalist.“I am Anglo and I’m very proud of it, just like black people and brown people are proud of their race. I am a patriot. I am very proud of my country,” Myers said. “And white nationalist, all that means is America first. That’s exactly what that means. That’s where the president’s at. That’s where I’m at and that’s where every solid patriotic American is. It doesn’t have anything to do with race or anything else.”

    Myers told theObserverthat he agrees with Trump’s claim that the media “is the enemy of the people,” and said the left is pushing a narrative to make white people ashamed of their heritage and to cast nationalists as racist right-wing Nazis, which he insisted “is the furthest damn thing from the truth ever.”
    “We’re just patriotic Americans, just like anybody else. I’m a tea party guy and I’ve got brown and black and American Indians in our tea parties,” he said.

    Did he really not see a problem with embracing the “white nationalist” label, I asked. “Is there anything wrong with saying they’re black and proud? Is there anything wrong with being an American Indian and saying that we’re red and proud?” Myers responded. “I mean, just like Black Lives Matter, white lives matter, too. We’re all in the same melting pot. Now why can’t we say, as Anglos, that we’re proud?”

    In June, Myers helped to draft the Texas GOP’splatform, a document that frequently draws attention for pushing the limits of mainstream conservatism.

    The 2018 platform includes numerous planks that espouse a nationalistic view, including a demand for using “English, and only English” voting ballots; “the reasonable use of profiling” to defeat radical Islamic terrorists; a condemnation of participation in the United Nations as a threat to U.S. sovereignty; an abolition of the refugee resettlement program; the prohibition of any sort of immigration amnesty; a constitutional amendment defining citizenship “as those born to a citizen of the United States or through naturalization,” among many others.

    In addition to his position on the platform committee, Myers’ Facebook profile features photos of him posing with a who’s who of the Texas Republican Party, including Senator Ted Cruz and his father Rafael, Attorney General Ken Paxton, state Senator Bob Hall and Texas Republican Party ChairmanJames Dickey.
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    Perv priest arrested for stealing $99,000 from parish to pay for sex with men he met on Grindr: police


    By Muri Assunção
    New York Daily News |
    Aug 22, 2019 | 7:11 PM

    This booking photo provided by the Chester County District Attorney's Office shows Monsignor Joseph McLoone on Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019. The Pennsylvania Roman Catholic priest is accused of stealing nearly $100,000 from his parish and spending it on a beach house and men he met on dating apps. The Chester County District Attorney's Office says McLoone was arrested Wednesday for theft from St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Downingtown, Pa. (Chester County District Attorney's Office)

    The Rev. Joseph McLoone, a priest at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Chester County, Pa., was arrested on Wednesday for stealing nearly $99,000 from his parish, authorities confirmed.

    According to the Chester County District Attorney’s Office, the 56-year-old resident of Downingtown, Pa, “accomplished this theft by diverting parish funds into a secret account, misappropriating fees charged to parishioners, and other fraudulent activity.”

    He’s charged with several counts, including theft and receiving stolen property.

    The pastor’s scheme started in 2011, after he took over as the congregation’s pastor.

    He opened an account at a TD Bank, which he named “St. Joseph Activity Account.” For the next six years, McLoone allegedly diverted approx $125,000 in donation checks written to the St. Joseph’s Parish into this account.

    The source for the money came from donations for the use of church by schools, fees paid to the parish for weddings and funeral services, as well as gifts made out to the parish.

    The pastor quickly increased his income by, among other means, doubling his stipend for Masses and weddings he performed, and stealing checks and cash from a yearly celebration named “All Souls,” which totaled nearly $40,000, according to Chester County District Attorney Chief of Staff Charles Gaza.

    Some money has been recovered, but McLoone ultimately stole $98,405 from the parish, and “took full advantage of the lack of control over the activity account and used it to fund his personal lifestyle,” Gaza said in a statement.

    “His lifestyle included a beach house, travel, dining and spending on adult men with whom he maintained sexual relationships,” he added.

    McLoone sent thousands of dollars to men he met on Grindr, Philadelphia Magazine reported. He paid them using online payment methods such as Square and J-Pay.

    He has been released on $50,000 bail, and expected to appear in court for a preliminary hearing on Sept. 18

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    12-year-old boy jumps out of moving truck to escape suspected kidnapper, police say
    Aug 23, 2019, 11:53 AM ET

    Boynton Beach Police Department
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    A 12-year-old boy dove from a moving vehicle to escape a suspected kidnapper in South Florida, police say.

    The child was treated for abrasions to his forehead, arms and hands, while the suspect, 26-year-old Timothy Miller of West Palm Beach, was arrested on charges of kidnapping under the age of 13, resisting an officer with violence and child neglect, according to a probable cause affidavit.

    The boy told detectives that he got off his school bus and was walking home in Boynton Beach on Wednesday afternoon when a man driving a white pickup truck pulled over and offered him a ride. The man, later identified as Miller, told the child that he gives rides to kids "all the time" and "not to worry" because he "won't do anything weird," according to the affidavit.

    The boy said Miller "seemed nice and had a friendly smile," so he accepted his offer and got in the truck. But then, the child said, Miller started to "act different" and looked at him "strangely," while driving erratically and asking if he had any drugs, according to the affidavit.

    The boy said he became frightened and tried to open the passenger door to get out, but Miller told him he couldn't leave and sped up in an effort to prevent him from doing so. Still, the child managed to open the door and jumped from the moving vehicle, according to the affidavit.

    Onlookers who saw the boy land on the pavement stopped to help him, while two others went after Miller and followed his truck onto Interstate 95. When Miller got off at an exit, the other drivers used their cars to block in his truck until police arrived. Miller "repeatedly violently resisted officer's attempts to detain him" but was ultimately taken into custody, according to the affidavit.

    Miller told detectives that he picked up the boy because he thought he was a teenager and could sell him drugs, according to the affidavit.

    "We are grateful to the Good Samaritans who assisted us with taking Miller into custody," the Boynton Police Department said in a Facebook post. "We encourage parents to use this as an opportunity to remind their children about the dangers of getting into a car with someone they do not know."

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    300-plus men accuse Ohio State doctor of abuse in one of ‘biggest sexual misconduct cases’ in U.S.


    By Nelson Oliveira
    New York Daily News |
    Aug 23, 2019 | 5:51 PM

    This undated file photo shows a photo of Dr. Richard Strauss, an Ohio State University team doctor employed by the school from 1978 until his 1998 retirement. (AP)

    More than 300 former students are suing or plan to sue Ohio State University for allegedly failing to stop decades of sex abuse by one of its doctors.

    The first allegations against Richard Strauss, who killed himself in 2005, came to light last year when dozens of former athletes shared their stories. Since then, the list of accusers continues to grow, and more than half of the 300-plus men are already listed as plaintiffs in federal lawsuits.

    The men claim the doctor fondled them during medical exams, groped them, showered among young athletes multiple times a day to watch them naked, and harassed students to go home with him.

    The alleged incidents happened from 1979 to 1997, spanning most of Strauss’ career with the university. A 2018 complaint estimates he may have “sexually assaulted, abused, battered, molested, and/or harassed 1,500 to 2,500 male student athletes."

    “This is, from our perspective, aside from the Catholic church, one of the biggest sexual misconduct cases in the country,” attorney Michael Wright, whose legal team represents more than 100 Ohio State alumni, told The Associated Press on Friday.

    The scandal has drawn comparisons to the Michigan State University case involving convicted sexual predator Larry Nassar, who was accused by hundreds of women and girls. The initial round of plaintiffs against Nassar, who worked as a sports physician at Michigan State, resulted in a $425 million settlement from the university.

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    The lawsuits against Strauss are also heading toward a settlement, though lawyers have not discussed the details of the discussions.

    Ohio State has apologized to the victims and acknowledged its “fundamental failure” to stop the abuse.

    The former students accuse the university of turning a blind eye even when they complained to other school officials.

    One of the people who have been implicated in the scandal is Rep. Jim Jordan, who worked as an assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State from 1987 to 1995. The Republican has denied having any knowledge of Strauss’ alleged abuse.

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