Sunday, November 27, 2022

Mexican Feds Issued Homicide Warrant And Extradition Request For Daejhanae Jackson, 26, In Connection With The October 29 Death Of Shanquella Robinson, 25, In San Jose Del Cabo

The Mexican State attorney general of Baja California in Mexico confirmed that an arrest warrant for murder and extradition request had been issued on November 24 against a U.S. female citizen who was later identified as a 26-year-old from N. Carolina.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 27, 2022

Charlotte, N. Carolina - On Saturday, federal authorities in the U.S. arrested Daejhanae Jackson, 26, of Jackson on a homicide warrant from Mexico, which also is seeking her extradition in connection with the October 29, 2022 brutal homicide of Shanquella Robinson, 25, at a resort villa in San Jose del Cabo in the State of Baja California in Mexico.

On November 24, Antonio Lopez Rodriguez, the attorney general for the State of Baja California confirmed that a warrant and an extradition request were issued for a U.S. female citizen in connection with the murder of Robinson at the Club de Play, a resort.

Robinson along with Jackson and five other suspects arrived at the resort on October 28.

A video posted on social media showed Jackson brutally beating Robinson who was naked in a room while another suspect video recorded the altercation.

Jackson was arrested by U.S. authorities and is being extradited to Mexico to face homicide charges in Robinson's homicide.

Mexican authorities indicated that the other suspects could also face extradition as the murder case develops.

The suspects that remain free in the U.S. pending the outcome of the case are Kalil Cooke (male) of Charlotte, Malik Dyer (male), Wenter Donovan (female) of Greensboro, Alysse Hyatt (female) of Winston Salem and Nazeer Wiggins (male) of Charlotte.

According to the mexican criminal complaint, Donovan called for medical assistance at the Villa Linda 32 resort around 2:13 p.m. on October 29. A local female doctor from the American Medical Center arrived an hour later and worked to keep Robinson alive for at least 2 hours and 45 minutes. Robinson was having a difficult time breathing and was experiencing seizures. At 4:20 p.m., an ambulance was called.

Police arrived at 5:25 p.m. and at 5:57 p.m., Dr. Karolina Beatrice Ornelas Gutierrez pronounced Robinson dead.

Apparently, according to Robinson's mother, the deceased 25-year-old victim died from a broken neck and a severed spinal cord injury, according to an autopsy report by Mexican authorities. 

All the suspects left Mexico and returned to the U.S.

Thursday, November 24, 2022

Two Southside Homicide Victims In Separate Deaths Identified As Joseph Rodriguez Rios, 33, And Ronan Jermaine Kyles, 49

So far, Milwaukee has had 203 homicides this year, in 2021, 196 homicides were reported and in 2020, 190 homicides, according to the Milwaukee Police Department homicide stats.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 24, 2022

Milwaukee, Wisconsin- On early Sunday, November 20, 2022, just before 3:01 a.m. Milwaukee police responded to shots fired at the 2600 block of S. 6 Street near W. Cleveland Ave. in the Southside of Milwaukee. When police arrived at the scene, they found Joseph Rodriguez Rios, 33, suffering from gunshot wounds.

Rios died at the scene, according to police.

The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office ruled the death a homicide.

Police are searching for a suspect(s) and are investigating the circumstances leading to the homicide.

On Thursday, November 17, 2022 at around 11:15 a.m., Milwaukee responded to shots fired at the 700 block of S. 20 Street near W. National Ave. and discovered Ronan Jermaine Kyles, 49, shot multiple times. The victim succumbed to his injuries.

The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner ruled the shooting death a homicide. 

Police have recovered nearby surveillance camera footage from the Christo Rey Jesuit High School outdoor area and Advance Auto Parts store in order to identify the suspect(s).

Police say, the circumstances leading up to the shooting are under investigation and unknown suspect(s) are being sought in the case.


Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Eloy Martinez Vazquez Charged With Multiple Felony Counts For Assaulting Several Laredo Police Officers Including An Investigator During Traffic Stop

Martinez Vazquez was arrested and charged with multiple felony counts for assaulting several Laredo Police officers including an investigator.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 22, 2022

Laredo, Texas - On Tuesday, Eloy Martinez Vazquez, 28, was charged in Webb County for two felony counts of assault on a police officer, bond was set at $20,000 each count; evading arrest/detention (felony), bond was set at $3,000, and one misdemeanor count for of resisting arrest, bond was set at $3,000, totalled $46,000.

If convicted, Martinez Vazquez is facing between 2 years to 10 years in prison and up to $10,000 in fines for each felony count of assault of a police officer. Martinez Vazquez is also facing up to 2 years in prison for one felony count of evading arrest and up to $10,000 in fines, and is facing up to 12 months in jail and up to $4,000 in fines for one misdemeanor count of resisting arrest.

According to the criminal complaint, Laredo Police Officer Valerie Carpio made the initial traffic stop on Monday, November 21, 2022 around 8:14 p.m. at Madison Street and Eagle Pass Ave. near the Lafayette Bridge located in the Canta Ranas neighborhood. Martinez Vazquez who was driving a black Dodge Charger apparently ran a stop sign and was stopped by Officer Carpio. She called for backup. When a warrant check was initiated, it came back that Martinez Vazquez had an active warrant from the Webb County Sheriff's Office for possession of marijuana.

Officer Carpio and Laredo Police Investigator Severiano Medina III, 36, who arrived at the scene attempted to arrest Martinez Vazquez and they got into an altercation with the suspect. A taser was deployed by Officer Carpio and Investigator Medina III was also tased along with the suspect and he fell to the ground striking his head, injured himself in the fall and altercation, Martinez Vazquez then fled the scene on foot and was later arrested.

Investigator Medina III suffered multiple injuries and was hospitalized and later released, according to the Laredo Police Department.


Black Man That Trashed Big Sharks Fish & Chicken At N. 35 St. And W. North Ave. Over Food Refund Dispute Beaten By 6 Fast Food Restaurant Co-workers, Three Used Sticks



Black man was chased outside after being brutally beaten by 6 co-workers from the Big Sharks Fish & Chicken fast food restaurant.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 22, 2022

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - On Monday night, just before 9:30 p.m., an unidentified Black man began to trash the inside dining area after employees from the Big Sharks Fish & Chicken located at the 3400 block of W. North Ave. failed to refund his money after he complained about the food service. The Black man began to throw chairs, a drink, menus and other items for at least 8 minutes before a group of 6 male co-workers from Big Sharks arrived, three of them had sticks (weapons) and began to savagely assault the man with the sticks and other employees punched and kicked the Black man as he was on the floor, according to a 23 minute live Facebook (FB) video posted by Tre Beno and video posted by OT Taee .

The Black man managed to get up and dashed out of the restaurant as the group of co-workers from Big Sharks chased him on the street and finally catching up to him at a field across the restaurant and continued to beat him and restrained him until police arrived. It took more than 15 minutes for police to arrive at the scene, according to the live FB video.

The medical condition of the Black male is unknown.

Monday, November 21, 2022

Laredo Police Investigator Severiano Medina III Injured In Hit-and-run After Traffic Stop, Suspect Arrested

Medina in stable condition after suffering injuries from hit-and-run incident by Lafayette Bridge.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 21, 2022

Laredo, Texas - On Monday, November 21, 2022 just before 9:00 p.m., Laredo police, U.S. Border Patrol, Texas Department of Public Saftey troopers and Webb County Sheriff's deputies responded to the Lafayette Bridge by Madison Street and Eagle Pass Ave. located in the Canta Ranas neighborhood after a Laredo police investigator was reported injured in a hit-and-run incident, the Laredo Police Department reported.

According to the law enforcement preliminary investigation, Laredo Police Investigator Severiano Medina III, 36, was reported injured after a suspect struck the investigator with his vehicle and then fled the scene.

Investigator Medina apparently made a traffic stop by the Lafayette Bridge and got into an altercation with a suspect who managed to get back into his vehicle and strike Medina with the vehicle and then fled.

A passerby, stopped to aid Medina and was able to call 911.

The suspect was later arrested pending felony charges, according to police sources.

Investigator Medina was hospitalized and is in stable condition, the Laredo Police Department says.

Medina was promoted to investigator on January 2021, according to the Laredo Police Department.

Friday, November 18, 2022

Waukesha County Judge Jennifer R. Dorow Allowed Applauds In Court Room After Each Life Sentence Handed To Darrell E. Brooks Jr. For The Christmas Holiday Parade Carnage In 2021

Those attending including the family members of some of the Waukesha County Christmas Holiday Parade carnage victims in 2021 were allowed by Judge Dorow to applaud after each life sentence she handed down at Brooks Jr.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 18, 2022

Waukesha, Wisconsin - On Wednesday, Darrell E. Brooks Jr., 39, stood silently during his sentencing to six consecutive life terms without the possibility of parole for the deaths of six victims he ran over without stopping during the City of Waukesha Christmas Holiday Parade in 2021. Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Jennifer R. Dorow allowed for those attending including family members of the victims during the sentencing hearing to applaud after each consecutive life sentence given to Brooks Jr. Brooks Jr. also received more than 1,067 years of additional sentencing for 61 felony counts of 1st-degree endangering safety, which included 61 victims that suffered injuries, each count totalled 17 years and six months sentence including 12 years of confinement and 5 years of extended supervision for each count consecutive to any other sentence that was imposed by Judge Dorow. 

A total of 762 years and 6 months in prison and 305 years of extended supervision in addition to 6 life terms.

Brooks Jr. was sentenced to an additional 150 years in prison for hit-and-run related charges. Brooks Jr. was sentenced to 25 years in prison including 15 years of confinement and 10 years of extended supervision for each of the six felony counts for hit-and-run causing death and an additional 6 years in prison with 3 years confinement and 3 years supervision for bail jumping, which should be served concurrently with the homicide counts and an additional 9 months in jail for battery to be served consecutively to other counts.

The 6 deceased victims were identified as: 

• Virginia Sorenson, 79-year-old female 

• LeAnna Owen, 71-year-old female 

• Tamara Durand, 52-year-old female 

• Jane Kulich, 52-year-old female 

• Wilhelm Hospel, 81-year-old male

• Jackson Sparks, 8-year-old child

According to the criminal complaint, Brooks Jr. on November 21, 2021 drove through a parade route with his vehicle in the City of Waukesha during a Christmas Holiday Parade without stopping striking numerous parade participants and spectators including children. At least 6 victims died from injuries and 61 other victims suffered injuries during the hit-and-run incident.


Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office Ignores A Public Outcry To Charge Robert A. Walczykowski Sr., 62, With A Serious Criminal Offense For Assaulting Trevon Burks, 24, Who Has Mental Capacity Of A 5-year-old

The Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office continues to ignore a public outcry to charge Walczykowski Sr. which a serious criminal offense other then a mere disorderly conduct violation for assaulting a 24-year-old man with the mental capacity of a 5-year-old.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Robert Allen Walczykowski Sr., 62, of 2143 S. 25 Street was charged on October 27, 2022 with one misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct for the October 10, 2022 assault of Trevon Burks, 24, who has a mental capacity of a 5-year-old in the Southside of Milwaukee. Walczykowski Sr. was caught on Facebook live video by LivingLife Wright (DeAngelo Wright, a witness) with his hand around Burks neck and holding him against his will and falsely accusing him of taking part in stealing a bicycle with another unidentified individual during a 911 call. During the 911, Walczykowski Sr. is heard giving out his address and is also seen flipping his middle finger at Wright for live recording him on Facebook. The live video went viral and the incident was first reported by Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA).

If convicted, Walczykowski Sr. is facing up to 90 days in jail and up to $1,000 in fines. Walczykowski Sr. was set a signature bond of $1,000 and remains free pending the outcome of the case.

Walczykowski Sr. court preliminary hearing is set for virtual Zoom Pre-trial on November 21, 2022 at 1:30 p.m., according to court records.

Burks mother, Black Lives Matter, Black community activist Vaun L. Mayes, the Brown Berets of Wisconsin and Darryl King Rick Farmer II and the Original Black Panthers of Milwaukee having been advocating and pushing for the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office to upgrade Walczykowski's criminal charges for assaulting a victim with the mental capacity of a 5-year-old.

Walczykowski Sr., who is retired was a former security staff member at South Division High School for the Milwaukee Public Schools District. Walczykowski Sr. also allegedly claimed that he was a former police officer, but didn't say from which police department.