Media

News (6)

VIP Member

A fight between a woman’s ex-boyfriend and her current boyfriend turned deadly when their family members and friends became involved Sunday, law enforcement officials said Monday. David Eugene Mitchell, 46, is accused of shooting Christopher McCrory, 27, in the chest at a Coaling residence on Aimee Drive Sunday night. Investigators say Mitchell was one of five people who showed up at the mobile home to fight around 6:30 p.m. The initial argument did not involve Mitchell or McCrory, said Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit commander Capt. Gary Hood. The dispute was between one of Mitchell’s family members and someone who lives with McCrory, he said. “They were messaging each other on Facebook messenger.

The argument escalated, and threats were made,” Hood said. Mitchell and four others arrived at the residence before 6:40 p.m., Hood said. McCrory, two other adults, and four children were there at the time, he said. “Mitchell and McCrory exchanged words and Mr. McCrory was subsequently shot,” Hood said. Witnesses identified the shooter as Mitchell, he said. Law enforcement across the area was searching for him when he surrendered at the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office at 11:30 a.m. Monday.

Hood did not provide details about what the initial dispute was about. Mitchell kept his head down and ignored reporters as deputies led him from the Sheriff’s Office Monday. He was charged with murder and was being held in the Tuscaloosa County Jail with bond set at $150,000. Hood said a grand jury will consider whether anyone else involved will face charges. McCrory’s death is the 16th homicide in Tuscaloosa County this year.

Brittnie McCrory was working her Sunday night shift at Walmart neighborhood market on Hargrove road when she received an unexpected text message from a neighbor. “ call me, 911” the text read. She left her register and learned recasting news. “ he said, your husband has been shot, and I just couldn’t believe it,” she said. “I was hoping and praying he’d be OK, but I knew he wasn’t.” Christopher McCoy, 27, Has been shot in the chest during an argument at McCrory's mobile home in Coaling. Brittnie McCrory said it all stemmed from a Disagreement between the girlfriend of her husband’s nephew and another woman. Christopher McCrory Nephew, his girlfriend and her child were staying at their home in or call there Sunday night.

The young woman had been involved in a dispute online to threats being made over Facebook messenger, Police said Monday. A man and two women arrived at the McCrory home just before 7 p.m. to fight, police said. “She thought they were coming there to shoot her. The way my husband was, he was not going to let them, “Brittnie McCrory sain. “He went outside to take up for his family, on our property. He was doing what he thought was right and he had his life taken.

It was over nonsense, and it should never have happened.” David Eugene Mitchell,46, turned himself in to authorities Monday and has been charged with murder. “I have never seen this man a day in my life,” Brittnie McCrory said. “I just want to know why he did it.” The McCrory's first met when she was 15 and he was 14. They Married in 2010 and have three children - 8, 6 and 1. “He was a good father to his kids, he was a very loving person and a family man,” she said. “ Chris was my first true love ever. I’ve loved him since I was 15 and still do. And now he’s been taken from me.

Read more…
VIP Member

Members of the San Antonio Spurs reacts to yesterday's tragic events.

Another deadly mass shooting took place in Sutherland Springs, Texas yesterday, leaving multiple people dead and more than a dozen seriously injured. Reports yesterday indicated that, while the killer met his end during a chase with law enforcement officials, he left devastation in his wake. While those in the community are still trying to come to grips with the sad events that went down, members of the NBA's San Antonio Spurs tried to put into words their emotional reactions to the news after triumphing over the Phoenix Suns Sunday afternoon.

RELATED: Spurs' Gregg Popovich Calls Donald Trump A "Soulless Coward"


As per USA Today, the team's coach Gregg Popovich didn't censor himself during a post-game interview, saying that winning a basketball game is "pretty meaningless" when considering the severity of the Sutherland Springs shooting. "When you think about the tragedy that those families are suffering, it's just inconceivable and impossible to put your head around," Popovich said. "So I think talking about basketball tonight is probably pretty inappropriate." The Spurs, whose home in San Antonio is less than an hour's drive from the church that saw its service interrupted by unspeakable violence, held a moment of silence before tipoff of Sunday night's game. Center Pau Gasol, 37 also expressed his "deepest condolences to the victims' families" via Twitter before taking the court.

“I think anyone and everyone has to be concerned about your own well-being,” Gasol, a native Spaniard, added later. “Any person in this country has to be concerned [...] Going to a concert, taking your kids to school, going to church. You name it. What can you do that you’re safe?" He continued by commenting on the repetitive nature of these kinds of events in the United States, which seem like an almost daily occurrence. "It’s not something every 20 years. It seems like it happens once every week or two weeks," added Gasol. "At what point do we say enough?"

Read more…
VIP Member

CAUCASIAN MALE KILLS 26 PEOPLE IN TEXAS CHURCH SHOOTING

26 people have been killed by a gunman who walked into a Texas church in a rural town 30 miles outside San Antonio, Tex. Sunday and opened fire.

Governor of Texas Greg Abbott reported the death toll. A pregnant woman and children were among those killed.

A witness said she heard about 20 shots in rapid succession around 11:30 a.m. local time while church service was in session.

The shooter Devin Patrick Kelley 26 of age. Was shot twice, then he shot his self in the head

According to David Keen, a constable with Wilson County, Tex., the gunman is dead. According to the New York Times, the shooter was 26 years old and has been identified by police as a resident of Comal County, northeast of San Antonio. The town of Sutherland Springs, where the shooting took place, has a small population in the low hundreds — the current death toll represents about 7% of the population.

Local reports indicate that the man entered the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs and began firing. A spokeswoman for the Connally Memorial Medical Center in Floresville, Tex., said that patients had b

een received there and that the hospital had activated its emergency response team.

As per USA Today, the team's coach Gregg Popovich didn't censor himself during a post-game interview, saying that winning a basketball game is "pretty meaningless" when considering the severity of the Sutherland Springs shooting. "When you think about the tragedy that those families are suffering, it's just inconceivable and impossible to put your head around," Popovich said. "So I think talking about basketball tonight is probably pretty inappropriate." The Spurs, whose home in San Antonio is less than an hour's drive from the church that saw its service interrupted by unspeakable violence, held a moment of silence before tipoff of Sunday night's game. Center Pau Gasol, 37 also expressed his "deepest condolences to the victims' families" via Twitter before taking the court.

“I think anyone and everyone has to be concerned about your own well-being,” Gasol, a native Spaniard, added later. “Any person in this country has to be concerned [...] Going to a concert, taking your kids to school, going to church. You name it. What can you do that you’re safe?" He continued by commenting on the repetitive nature of these kinds of events in the United States, which seem like an almost daily occurrence. "It’s not something every 20 years. It seems like it happens once every week or two weeks," added Gasol. "At what point do we say enough?"

Read more…
VIP Member

After going on social media crying that he was going broke, from paying legal fees, in a fight to see his daughter; Tyrese Gibson received a very special phone call from a wealthy couple.

Jada Pinkett & Will Smith called Tyrese and uplifted him the way only a real friend would. Instead of only offering came words, the couple went above and beyond.

Read more…
VIP Member

Wendy Williams Saw A Ghost!! Live On Her Show

“A super scary moment just happened on #WendyWilliams show. Apparently She got overheated in her #StatueofLiberty costume and passed out on live tv. She finally came back to address the audience and confirmed it was NOT a stunt.” Wendy Williams Saw a #ghost

A post shared by BRAINWAVE FUSION MEDIA (@brainwavefusion) on Nov 1, 2017 at 6:19am PDT

Read more…
RSS
Email me when there are new items in this category –



Submit Your Music or Videos For Promotion