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  1. Epic Trump move, it was awesome.
  2. https://www.riverfronttimes.com/newsblog/2019/01/16/violent-st-louis-kansas-city-meth-ring-was-right-out-of-breaking-bad Violent St. Louis/Kansas City Meth Ring Was Right Out of Breaking Bad Posted By Doyle Murphy on Wed, Jan 16, 2019 at 1:03 PM COURTESY MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Trevor Sparks led a large and violent meth ring, authorities say. Meth dealers hunting a drug thief in St. Louis are responsible for a pair of murders, including the grisly killing of man whose toothless, charred corpse was found last summer in a burning Dodge Challenger, according to federal authorities. The case began in July when FBI agents in St. Louis began investigating a 30-year-old ex-con named Adam Mainieri. They suspected he was selling about five pounds of meth every two weeks, according to a search warrant application first reported by the Kansas City Star. It didn't take long for investigators to trace his supply back to a major meth ring in Kansas City, Missouri, run by 29-year-old Trevor Sparks, authorities say. He was among a dozen Kansas City and St. Louis area residents indicted in December on federal drug charges. Prosecutors allege that the crew moved more the 1,000 pounds of meth over two years, pocketing $8.5 million as part of the scheme. An affidavit filed with the search warrant application also describes terrifying violence. Sparks, who has previous convictions for robbery, traveled in August with a crew of dealers to St. Louis in search of a drug courier whom he suspected of stealing $30,000 and a car from another courier in Winfield, about 4o miles northwest of the city, according to the affidavit. When they arrived, they met two other members of the ring — James Hampton and Brittanie Broyles — who were to help with the search, authorities say. Sparks believed that Hampton knew where to find the missing drug mule but was holding out on him, the investigators posit. So Sparks and the other dealers took Hampton back to a house in Winfield where another drug conspirator, Stephanie Thurmond, lived, according to the affidavit filed with the search warrant application. Court records show Mainieri also lived there. Sparks and two other dealers, including Broyles, tied Hampton to a chair with electrical cords and beat him, possibly with brass knuckles and kitchen pots, authorities say. On August 2, they bound up his body and put it in the Dodge Challenger, the FBI says. Sparks then allegedly had them get rid of him. Four days later, on August 6, Lafayette County Sheriff's deputies found the smoking Dodge Challenger in Bates City, a small town off of Interstate 70, not far from Kansas City. At first, the car and skeletal remains were a mystery. Sheriff's officials told reporters the body was too badly damaged to easily identify. But law enforcement agents tracking the meth ring later discovered the body had been Hampton. When they searched the property around the Winfield house, they sifted through a burn pit. Along with electrical cords, a black pot and a cell phone, they found a set of dentures. "It was believed HAMPTON wore dentures, however the dentures have not yet been identified as belonging to HAMPTON," FBI Special Agent Tricia McCormick wrote in the affidavit. "In addition, HAMPTON’S charred remains were recovered with no teeth." On August 8, two days after the discovery in Bates City, a truck driver found Broyles' body next to a pile of telephone poles in Kansas City. She had been shot in the head. The FBI suspects the 28-year-old was killed because she witnessed Hampton's murder and knew he had been dumped in the Challenger. Over the following weeks, law enforcement agents sent a confidential informant to buy meth from Sparks' crew at a house in Kansas City. When authorities eventually raided the place in December, they found Sparks hiding in the attic. As they walked through the house, they discovered guns lying all over the place, along with pill bottles, meth and marijuana. There was a bowl of loose ammo in the kitchen and more than $30,000 in cash, separated into stacks and bound with rubber bands. An informant told investigators Sparks had claimed someone had broken into his storage container and stolen 300 to 400 guns that he collected by trading trading meth. So far, Sparks and the others are only facing charges related to the drug conspiracy, money laundering and weapons possession. Authorities have yet to charge anyone in the killings of Hampton and Broyles.
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  5. https://www.wsmv.com/news/arrested-in--month-heroin-distribution-investigation/article_7e75b142-193c-11e9-9f0b-bf806cb74881.html Ramell Webster (Photo: MNPD) Caddias House (Photo: MNPD) Photo: MNPD Facebook Twitter Email Print Save Metro Police announced Tuesday that two felons were arrested following a two-month heroin distribution investigation. Ramell Webster, 34, and Caddias, 42, of Murfreesboro, were arrested after undercover detectives executed a search warrant at Webster's home on Douglas Avenue. Police found a half-pound of heroin, five guns, ammunition, and $2,600 in cash. They also found a hydraulic press that it used to compress heroin into brick form, according to police. Officials also seized Webster's Cadillac. They believe he purchased it using money form selling drugs. When police arrived, they found House holding nearly 1,000 Xanax pills. Because of this, Metro Police and the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office searched House's Murfreesboro home. They found 2,500 Xanax pills and $8,000 cash. they also seized his Dodge Challenger. Webster faces multiple gun and heroin charges. His bond is set at $151,500. House, facing charges for his Xanax possession, has a bond set at $10,000.
  6. Yea, those guys are a long ways from Austin, BFNY would get my vote, but he may be busy as shit at the moment.
  7. Any pics of said Mopars?
  8. haha ^^^^
  9. https://www.fox16.com/crime/car-shot-up-at-lr-s-park-plaza-mall/1690465389 LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Police are searching for suspect(s) after a Friday night shooting at Park Plaza Mall. Little Rock Police were called to Park Plaza Mall just after 8:30 p.m. in regards to a shooting. Officers at the scene found an abandoned 2018 black Dodge Challenger with the passenger door ajar. According to the police report, the passenger side window was shot out with several bullet holes throughout the vehicle. Police found a large amount of shell casings in the surrounding area of the car, the incident report states. Officers did locate a trail of blood leading west from the vehicle towards a stairwell, but could not find the victim. The Dodge Challenger was towed and stored as evidence. A witness told officers he was driving in the parking deck when he heard gun shots and noticed a male running from the scene. According to the report, the witness said he tried to duck down and swerve away from the shots when the male running ran into the passenger side of his vehicle, causing minor damage before continuing to flee. If you have any information regarding the incident you are asked to call Little Rock Police.
  10. https://www.foxnews.com/us/kids-cause-800g-damages-at-houston-car-dealership-wreck-ford-mustang-dodge-challenger Kids cause $800G damages at Houston car dealership; wreck Ford Mustang, Dodge Challenger By Victor Garcia | Fox News Facebook Twitter Flipboard Comments Print Email Video Kids cause $800G damages at Houston car dealership; wreck Ford Mustang, Dodge Challenger Four juveniles turned a Houston area CarMax parking lot into their own demolition derby, causing $800,000 in damages. They gained access to the dealership's keys, broke into various vehicles and crashed them into over 20 cars causing a multitude of damage. The juveniles then proceeded to make their own version of 'bumper cars,' smashing up over 20 vehicles. Four juveniles turned a Houston area CarMax parking lot into their own demolition derby Sunday night causing $800,000 in damages. According to the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s office, the juveniles broke into the CarMax dealership after it closed late Sunday night. The dealership is located on the North Freeway. MCLAREN 720S SPORTS CAR 'DESTROYED' IN CRASH DAY AFTER IT WAS BOUGHT They gained access to the dealerships keys, broke into various vehicles and crashed them into over 20 cars causing a multitude of damage. The juveniles then proceeded to make their own version of “bumper cars”, smashing up over 20 vehicles. Police were called to the scene and the four juveniles, identified only as male, escaped on foot but were later captured after police set up a perimeter. Police were called to the scene and the four juveniles, identified only as male, escaped on foot but were later captured after police set up a perimeter. (Harris County Precinct 4) MAN'S TRUCK GOES UP IN FLAMES BUT BIBLE LEFT INSIDE WAS UNSCATHED "All four juveniles were arrested and booked into the Harris County Juvenile Detention Center, charged with 1st Degree Felony Criminal Mischief,” said Constable Mark Herman in an update posted on Facebook Monday morning. The vehicles included a Ford Mustang, a Porsche sports coupe and a Dodge Challenger, according to the Houston Chronicle. CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP The vehicles included a Ford Mustang (pictured), a Porsche sports coupe and a Dodge Challenger (Harris County Precinct 4)
  11. Looks good, you can just copy paste here nowadays.
  12. Funny shit
  13. https://www.tbnweekly.com/pinellas_county/crime_crashes_fire/article_eab40384-0ead-11e9-9c10-03b32cb1be00.html .tnt-restrict-img-2e4ea46e-0eae-11e9-b150-4fb33f2a9a0d { max-width: 1684px; } A Seminole man died from his injuries and two others were injured in a Dec. 30 crash on Starkey Road at Magnolia Drive in Seminole. Photo courtesy of FHP Facebook Save SEMINOLE – A 56-year-old Seminole man died at a local hospital from injuries suffered in a crash that occurred about 2:59 a.m. Dec. 30 on Starkey Road in Seminole. According to Florida Highway Patrol, Robert Lee Fournier was driving a 2013 Dodge Challenger, traveling southbound on Starkey Road at Magnolia Drive. Roger Lee Edwards, 50, of Seminole was driving a 2006 Lincoln Mark LT, traveling northbound on Starkey Road south of the intersection with Magnolia Drive. Troopers say Fournier’s vehicle turned into the path of the Lincoln at the intersection. The right front of the Challenger collided with the front of the Lincoln. After the impact, the Challenger rotated and came to a stop in the northbound travel lanes of Starkey Road, north of Magnolia Drive. The Lincoln traveled northeast, departed the roadway and collided with a concrete bus bench. The Lincoln continued moving and struck a street sign and a wooden privacy fence before overturning and striking a utility pole. Fournier was transported to St. Petersburg General where he later died. Edwards was transported to Bayfront Medical Center with critical injuries. A passenger in Edwards’ vehicle, Christopher T. Clark, 47, of Seminole was transported to Bayfront Medical Center with serious injuries. Trooper say the crash was alcohol related. Charges are pending.
  14. I am jealous, kick ass.
  15. Merry Christmas Kevin, and all MMF'ers.