Archive for December, 2013

Arizona Woman Charged For Poisoning Four Of Her Children And Killing 13-year-old Daughter

The woman stabbed her ex-husband and poisoned four of her children resulting in one death on Christmas Day.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 30, 2013

Casa Grande, Arizona – On Sunday, Connie Villa, 35, was taken into custody in connection with the Christamas Day stabbing of her ex-husband Adam Villa, 33, and alleged poisoning of her four children resulting in the death of Aniarael Macias, 13. Connie called her former husband and lured him to her home at the 351 N. Peart Road. He was then stabbed by her multiple times. He called police while he drove himself to a local hospital and reported the attack.
When police arrived at the home, they had to break down the door to enter. They found Connie with a knife in her hand and three of her children beside her inside. Police also found Macias’s body in the bathroom.
Connie also had self inflicted wounds to her upper torso and was transported to a local hospital for treatment. A preliminary investigation determined that Connie had poison the children ages 3, 5, 8, that resulted with her 13-year-old daughter’s death. Apparently, Connie forced her children to take prescription narcotic drugs, according to Thomas Anderson, spokesman for the Casa Grande Police Department.
Connie is charged with one count of first-degree murder, three counts of attempted murder and other charges are also pending, according to police.
Connie was arrested on Sunday by police after she was released from the Maricopa Medical Center.

Connie Villa and Aniarael Macias

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Miranda Extradited To Illinois To Face Charges For Ramos Homicide And Dismemberment In Chicago

Foul odor from buried dismembered corpse in backyard alerted neighbors to call police.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 30, 2013

Chicago, Illinois – On Sunday, Milton J. Miranda, 28, aka, “Wilton Silvera or Milton Miranda-Protillo,” of Honduras was charged with first-degree murder for the May 21 brutal homicide and dismemberment of José Reyes Ramos, 30, of Honduras in Chicago. Mirnada was extradited on Saturday from Morris County, New Jersey to face charges and was ordered held without bail.
In October, Chicago police detectives after executing a warrant dug up multiple plastic garbage bags containing the decaying dismemberment body parts of José Reyes Ramos. Daisy Gutiérrez, 19, of Chicago was charged with first-degree murder and her father Salvador Gutiérrez, 56, of Chicago has been charged with hiding a corpse. Both suspects are from Mexico. Salvador is being held on a $500,000 cash bond and Daisy on a $2M cash bond.
Daisy’s current boyfriend, Miranda, and Daisy fled Illinois to avoid prosecution.
Miranda was arrested in October in Morris County, New Jersey on a domestic warrant for failing to show up for court, when authorities later discovered that he was also wanted in connection for a Chicago homicide. Miranda was being held until he is extradited to Illinois. Both Daisy and Miranda went to New Jersey shortly after killing Ramos, according to Chicago authorities.
Daisy is being held at a Cook County jail medical facility and is five months pregnant. Both Daisy and her father confessed to authorities about the homicide.
Daisy in October told homicide investigators that last May, she invited Ramos to her residence at 5100 block of S. Springfield Avenue. While she was undressing in her bedroom as Ramos watched, her current boyfriend, Miranda walked in and hit Ramos with a pipe and then slid his throat.
She later contacted her father about the murder. He came over and watched Miranda dismember Ramos. They took the body parts in bags to Salvador’s home. Salvador took three hours to dig up a hole in his backyard at the 8300 block of S. Scottsdale Avenue and then buried the corpse.
Last October, neighbors called authorities that a bad smell was coming from Salvador’s backyard. When authorities dug up the area where the smell was coming from, they found Ramos body parts in bags.
Jorge Monaca Ramos, 28, of Honduras, who is José’s brother had dated Daisy for three years and had two children, now ages 2 and 1. Daisy has another 3-year-old child and is expecting another one.
They separated after a rocky relationship that Jorge says, it was Daisy’s jealousy and threats of killing members of my family, which led to the separation.
Jorge even changed his phone number to stop Daisy from calling him and leaving threatening text messages that he was going to be sorry and pay for splitting up. Ramos went missing in May and missing person flyers of Ramos were distributed in the neighborhood, according to Jorge.

Milton J. Miranda

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Captain Rodriguez Remains On Medical Leave

Captain Rodriguez gradually recuperating from a liver transplant.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 29, 2013

Milwaukee, WI – Shout out to Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Captain Sylvia Rodriguez, Airport Division who has been on medical leave for nearly a year. Captain Rodriguez is gradually recovering from a liver transplant. Wishing her a speedy recovery.
Rodriguez became the first bilingual County Sheriff’s deputy to be hired in the department on November 13, 1992.

Sylvia Rodriguez

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Mexican Gulf Cartel Openly Gave Pizza And Gifts On Christmas Eve To Poor In Tampico

Hundreds of poor people from Tampico flocked to different areas of the city to get free pizza and gifts from members of the Gulf Cartel in public without any police or military presence.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 29, 2013

Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico – A video released on December 27, by the Gulf Cartel shows that its members from the criminal organization were out busy on Christmas Eve giving out free pizza and gifts to the same population that it extorts, traffic drugs too, kidnaps for ransom and kills for profit. The Christmas Eve cheer and the distribution of gifts was held in various popular places, including at parking lot near the Carlos Canseco Hospital, across from the main bus terminal, near the Social Security building and other areas.
Those distributing food and gifts used at least four pickup trucks and carried their weapons openly, according to people who witnessed the event. No injuries were reported.
Local police in the area, including the Federal Police, ministry police, state police and the Mexican military didn’t even attempt to interfere with the Gulf Cartel’s mission to give out free pizza and gifts to the needy on Christmas Eve.

Gulf Cartel Christmas Eve pizza and.gift giving video at link: http://youtu.be/5LJiLTJ0jKI

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Deputy Inspector Galaviz Retires From The Milwaukee Police Department

Galaviz was considered as the next likely Chief of Police.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 29, 2013

Milwaukee, WI – Milwaukee Police Deputy Inspector Ramon Galaviz retired on December 20. Galaviz last assignment was as a Special Projects Coordinator for the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) Administration Bureau. He also worked in the field operations and became head of the police academy for eight years. Galaviz was the second highest ranking Hispanic supervisor for the department.
Galaviz was considered as the next likely Chief of Police by the south side Latino communty. He eventually tried twice to become chief, but the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission failed to select Galaviz as chief.
In 2007, the Commission didn’t pick any of the high ranking and well qualified candidates from its own police force, which two were Hispanic including Galaviz and hired an outsider with the support of Mayor Tom Barrett, who they made an exception after the deadline to apply had expired.
Galaviz also made it to the finalist list for Chief of Police in 2003. In 2000, Galaviz was chosen as UMOS Man of the Year. In the same year, his family was chosen as the UMOS Family of the Year.
He is also a well known volunteer for Mexican Mexican Fiesta.
Galaviz had been a Deputy Inspector, since 1996 and joined the Milwaukee Police Department in 1982.
According to the MPD website, Galaviz served under six Chiefs of Police in a variety of capacaties, rising from a beat cop in District Two up to his last assignment as Special Projects Coordinator in the Administration Bureau, with stops in between at the Metropolitan Division, Districts Five and Six, Lock-Up Court Administration Division, the Criminal Investigations Bureau and Internal Affairs. Previous to his last assignment before retiring, he served as a Night Field Deputy Inspector for over five years with operational oversight responsibilities for the entire Department in the absence of the executive command staff.
Additionally he served as the Director of the Police Academy for over eight years from 2/2002 to 5/2010 with administrative and management oversight of recruit, in-service, specialized and Regional Training Center programs for the entire Department.
Deputy Inspector Galaviz, is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command, had completed two Master of Science Degrees, in Training and Development and in Vocational and Technical Adult Education; two Bachelor of Science Degrees, in Public Administration and Criminal Justice Administration; and two Associate Degrees, in Police Sciences and General Education.
Throughout his career, he has been a strong proponent of collaborative, community-based policing strategies. This philosphy seeks to realize the force-multiplying benefits and efficiencies of the Department’s patrol, investigative and civilian resources by working closely with the stakeholders in Milwaukee’s neighborhoods.
Deputy Inspector Galaviz proudly wore his country’s uniform for 27 years, four years active-duty and with 23 years of active Reserve time, including service in Operation Desert Shield/Storm. In 2004, he retired from the U.S. Air Force Reserve with the rank of Senior Master Sergeant.

Ramon Galaviz

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Chicago Aunt’s Boyfriend Dismembered As Horrific Christmas Present

Valdez killed and decapitated his aunt’s boyfriend Díaz-Hernández as a Christmas gift for having him move out.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 27, 2013

Chicago, IL – On Friday, Alexis Valdez, 18, was charged with murder in connection with the early Christmas Day discovery of a decapitated body of Silvestre Díaz-Hernández, 41. Police were called around 2:00 a.m. to a Belmont Gardens neighborhood apartment where Díaz-Hernández was found in the basement at his apartment located in the 2500 block of North Kildare Ave.
Valdez within minutes was taken into custdy near the apartment without incident and charged with first-degree murder. Police recovered a knife believed to have been used by Valdez to murder and decapitate Díaz-Hernández, who was from Guerrero, Mexico.
Valdez admitted to killing his aunt’s boyfriend after she had told him to move out of their apartment. He failed to stay in school, find a job and contribute to the household needs.
Both Valdez and Díaz-Hernández after drinking on Christmas Eve and heading out to get more alcohol to drink, Valdez planned to kill Díaz-Hernández while his aunt was attending another Christmas party.
When they returned to the apartment, Valdez grabbed a hammer from the porch where he hid it and fatally hit Díaz-Hernández in the head multiple times. Valdez then played loud music to hide the noise as he decapitated his victim’s head, cut off his ears, nose and mouth, including his arms, legs and only leaving the torso. Valdez also forcibly pulled out the victim’s eyeballs with his bare fingers.
Valdez then took the severe head, nose, ears, mouth, eyeballs and placed them in his aunt’s bed as a Christmas present, according to the criminal complaint.
Cook County Judge Peggy Chiampas ordered Valdez held without bail. Valdez murder and admission to brutally killing his aunt’s boyfriend and then dismembering the body is the most gruesome case recorded in Cook County’s history.
Cook County assistant prosecutor Kingsley Sawyers says, Valdez after the murder got tired and called 911 to report a dead body, when the 911 operator asked, if he tried CPR, Valdez laughed and told the operator, Díaz-Hernández had been decapitated.
Valdez also admitted, that if his aunt would have come home and found the severe head, he would have also killed her, according to Sawyers.
Díaz-Hernández is survived by a 17-year-old daughter and 18-year-old son and four step children.

Alexis Valdez and Silvestre Díaz-Hernández

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Bigotry Backlash Keeps Duck Dynasty Show Alive

Duck Dynasty continues, despite bigotry controversy about gays.

By H. Nelson Goodson
December 27, 2013

Tennessee – A&E confirmed, that the now known bigoted “Duck Dynasty” show with all the Robertson family will resume reassuring the network tolerance for bigotry and ratings by racist America.Phil Robertson, one of the cast members of Duck Dynasty made a prior comment to GQ Magazine comparing homosexuality to bestiality. In response, A&E indefinitely suspended Phil from the show.
His comment on GQ resulted in a backslash and the rest of the show cast stood in support of Phil’s statement. But most Americans called it bigotry that breeds hate towards the gay and lesbian U.S. population.

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