Sarge's videos


Thursday, June 14, 2012

Boycott Bank of America I mean China

Proof of what Bank of America has done.  This was sent to me by a follower of the Sarge's Mind. This is a photograph of a USMC Staff Sargeant's Garage door who is currently over seas and has been making his payments on time. His girlfriend is a friend of the Sarge's follower, she went to pay this months mortgage and was served with forclosure papers as she walked out the door. This is not right. I have only give one order since this blog started and that was to boycott Metra but Metra complied. Now in support of our military I give another order Close your accounts with Bank of America and boycot them noone is to do buisness with this bank. They took our tax dollars and now they are treating our troops like this. If you served or current or have family and friends serving put their face in this SSGT. shoes cause when he comes home he wont have a home.

From the 2nd District Area Central police headquarters

A series of at least four recent robberies on the South Side has targeted tow truck drivers called to buy old vehicles, police said tonight.

A business alert said the robberies took place in May and June using a similar ruse: a person on a cell phone makes arrangements to sell a tow-away vehicle, and the driver is robbed at gunpoint when he shows up.

The similar robberies took place:
--May 17, about 9 p.m., on the 5900 block of South Wolcott Avenue.
--June 1, about 4:10 p.m., on the 5300 block of South Aberdeen Street.
--June 8, about 10 a.m., on the 5300 block of South Bishop Street.
--June 11, about 6:55 p.m., on the 1300 block of West 51st Street.

Police said victims have provided varying descriptions of the robbers, but generally it has been 1 to 4 men in their early 20s to mid 30s, 5-foot-7 to 5-foot-11, and 160-180 pounds.

Anyone with information is asked to call Area Central detectives at 312-747-8382.
Tow truck

Armed monkey shoots up city with his wildebeast additude

Three people, including a 17-year-old boy, were killed and at least six people were injured in spats of violence across the city, Chicago police said.

In the first late Wednesday night fatal shooting, the teen was shot in the neck at about 10 p.m. in the 8900 block of South Brandon Avenue in the South Chicago neighborhood, police said, citing early reports.
The victim, Romelo Golden, of the 8800 block of South Burley Avenue, was rushed to John H. Stroger Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office.

Police believe the shooting is gang related and were searching for two males seen fleeing the scene.

About a half hour later, a 24-year-old man was reportedly stabbed multiple times during a quarrel with his sister at a residence in the 4100 block of South King Drive in the Bronzeville neighborhood, police. The man, Curtis James, later died of his wounds. James' 23-year-old sister was taken into custody, police said.

At about 11:39 p.m., two men were shot just outside of a gas station in the 7800 block of South Western Avenue.

One of the men, David Cocroft, 22, of the 12500 block of South Union Avenue, was shot in the back and died at the scene, police said. The second man, 20, was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, where he was treated for multiple gunshot wounds.

In other overnight shootings:

A 24-year-old man was shot in the wrist during an attempted holdup by two men in the 0-100 block of North Central Avenue at about 11:23 p.m., police said. The victim was taken to Stroger in good condition. Both men fled without taking anything from the victim, police said.

Two men were wounded in a drive-by shooting in the 6500 block of South Wolcott Avenue just before 1:30 a.m. One of the wounded men sought help by driving himself to the Englewood District police station, police said.

Both men were taken to Christ, where their conditions were stabilized. Early reports stated the shots were fired from a gold-colored sedan, which fled the scene.

At about 2:45 a.m., a man was shot in the leg as he entered a home in the 3100 block of West 84th Place in the Wrightwood neighborhood, police said.

The man was driven to Little Company of Mary Hospital in Evergreen Park, where he was stabilized, police said.

Chicago and the Illinois tax payers are about to make another gehtto rat welthy

Attorneys for a pregnant woman who was shocked by a stun gun during a dispute with police in the parking lot of a Far South Side Walgreens last week are expected to file a lawsuit in federal court later today.

The lawsuit will be filed on behalf of Tiffany Rent, according to a news release from Saulter Tarver LLP. The still-unseen suit will name Chicago police as the plaintiffs following the June 5 incident, first reported by the Tribune/WGN-TV.

Rent, 30, who is eight months pregnant, claimed a Chicago police officer shocked her after she tore up a parking ticket in the parking lot of a Walgreens in the 10300 block of South Michigan Avenue in the Roseland neighborhood.

But police say the officer warned Rent he would use the stun gun if she drove away after tearing up a parking ticket, throwing it at his face and yelling, "You ain't arresting (expletive)." The officer fired the stun gun as she put her into gear, according to a police report.

Just after the incident, when asked about the use of stun guns on a pregnant woman, Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy said: "Well, first of all, you can’t always tell whether somebody is pregnant. So, you want to use it where you are overcoming assault or preventing escape. That’s what it boils down to."

But Rent insisted that the officer who shocked her was close enough to see that she was pregnant. She said she's worried about her unborn son, especially because she lost two babies in the past. Rent is expected to join her attorneys at an afternoon news conference in their Loop office later today.

When go to shop lift make sure you other crime is still not evident that you kidnapped some kids

A family from suburban Northlake was stopped in a Wal-Martparking lot in Kansas Wednesday after a shopper spotted a child with his arms tied up in the parking lot.
When police arrived, a man, identified as Adolfo Gomez, 52, tried to get into his car and fought with police before he was shocked with a stun gun.

A 5-year-old boy and a 7-year-old girl with their arms and feet bound and blindfolded were located and there were also three other children, ages 12, 13 and 15, in the back of the car.

She and Gomez are facing charges of child abuse.