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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area ;:r. ....... SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 67 NO 97 TUESDAY JULY 24, 2012 24 PAGES 75C ell-lnown Couple Dies One Day Apart Recoverv Center Opens To Help Debbv Victims Alleged Gang Memben Given113 Year Sentence SEE PAGE 3 SEE PAGE 11 SEE PAGE 18 YOUTH SUMMER FIRE ACADEMY GRADUATION HElD Last Friday, several students graduated from the Hillsborough County Youth Fire Rescue Summer Academy. The purpose of the Summer Camp is to spark a career interest in at-risk middle and high school students to become firefighters, emergency medical technicians and paramedics. The two-week academy was held July 9th, through July 20th, at the Fire Rescue Training Facility, 3210 S. 78th Street. The graduates received training in disaster preparedness, fire behavior, CPR, and first aid. Shown in this photograph kneeling from left to right are: K. Morgan, J. Taylor, J. Del Rio, Z. Gates, K. Callahan, J. Taylor, F. Francedo, and A. Gillen. Standing from left to right are: B. Zelaya, D. King, J. Apploney, S. Arrington, T. Jenkins, V. Miller, A. Collins, A. Wilson, K. Franklin, D. Robinson, and K. Smith. B. Simmons is shown at the top on the fire truck.

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i features_ Dad Charued.With IDacking WOIDan, Kidnapping His Son REGINALD LEVISON Held without bond Shortly before 1 p.m., on Saturday, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office re ceived a call from a woman reporting her infant son had been kidnapped. Police responded to 12402 Spicer Q Place and met with Ms. f Teah Coward. Ms. Coward, 26, told police that she became en CC gaged in an argument with 27-year-old Reginald Levi e son. The two then became f3 engaged in a physical con frontation with Levison al legedly grabbing Ms. Coward by the neck and at tempting to strangle her, she W told police. Ms. Coward said he also %: hit her several times, took her cell phone to prevent her m from calling for help, and would not allow her to leave z the apartment. At some point 1: during the confrontation, Levison allegedly took Ms. -' Coward's red 2007 Sebring and their son 7-week-old _, JAELIN LEVISON ... Returned to his mother unharmed Jaelin Levison. Before leaving the apart ment, Levison allegedly made threats that he might possibly harm the infant and any law enforcement that at tempted to apprehend him. Levison allegedly told Ms. Coward he would not go back to prison, police said. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office issued an Amber Alert for the child Around 8:30 p.m Saturday, Levison's sister contacted police and said he had given the baby to her. The baby was not injured and was returned to his mother. During the early hours of Sunday morning, Levison was taken into custody at 1910 W. Sligh Avenue with out incident He was charged with false imprisonment ; do mestic battery, strangulation; interference with child cus tody; and grand theft auto He is being held without bond. w ---------------------------------------------z WWW.FLSENTINEL.COM cc c ii 0 _, &L www.fac:eboolcxxn/Rsentinel www.twitter .com/Rsentinelb time like the Present! lfiere is no time like NOWI Contact us todayl (813) 237-2530 x13 Judy Rowland-Smith -Operations Director The Family Enrichment Center, Inc. 11Family is at the Heart of Everything we Dol" cO,.. Famil -J y Enrichment ,, Center Missing Child, 8, located Unharmed A Tampa youngster was located safely and returned to his residence. He ran away after having an argu ment with his mother, police said. Tampa Police responded to the 1900 block of North Mitchell Avenue Friday af ternoon in reference to a runaway. According to po lice, Gregory Turner, III, 8, had become engaged in an GREGORY TURNER, III ... Located unharmed argument and ran awa y from home around 2 p.m. Police began searching for the youngster and re ceived a lead around 5 p.m. An individual told police tha t they observed Turner on the corner of N. 34th Stree t and Mohaw k, se lling candy. Police went to th e inte r section and locat e d the youngster. He was returned home Mom Pleads For Teenaged Daughter To Come Home Ms. Carmalita Mason does not consider herself an over protective mother, but she is protective. "I do not let her hang out, going in and out of people's houses, or have people coming in and out of my house," she said. That's the reason she has been so upset since her daughter, Charnae Horton, 15, left their Temple Terrace residence about 12:30 a. m. Friday. Ms. Mason says Charnae, better known as "N ae Nae" left after they had a confrontation. After the con frontation, she went to speak with her neighbor for a few minutes and when she re turned the teenager was gone. When Ms. Mason last saw her she was wearing a CHARNAE 'NAE NAE' HORTON white, lace tank top with blue pajama pants. However, another neighbor that saw her said she had a bag. Ms. Mason believes she may have had additional clothing. Within 30 minutes after Nae Nae was missing, Ms. Mason said she reported it to police officials, but has not received any news. She's in touch daily with family mem bers and friends Police clas sified her missing as a 'run away,' however this is the first time she has done this. Nae Nae is 5 4", weighs 145 pounds and has brown hair and eyes. Last school term she was a student at Middleton High School. She enjoys doing nails and hair Anyone who has seen Charnae or knows wher e she is should call (8 1 3) 850 2808 or (813) 931-6500. Man Driving Victim's Car Charged With His Murder On Thursday shortly be fore 8 p.m., a man discovered an injured stranger lying on the sidewalk in front of his residence. The victim was bleeding and had a metal ob ject protruding from his chest. The homeowner contact police and emergency med ical services. Hillsborough County Fire Rescue person nel arrived at the scene and pronounced the man de ceased. He was identified as 18-year-old Grant Woodham. Woodham's body was autopsied at the Hillsbor ough County Medical Exam iner's Office, and the cause of death was listed as stabbing perforations of the heart and lung. D e t e ctives with the Hills-BENJAMIN LEE POWELL .. Charged with second depee murder borough County Sheriffs Of fice developed several leads as they retraced Woodham's steps during the hours b e for e his death. On e of those leads led polic e to the residence of one of the young man's friends The friend told police that Woodham had left his resi dence earlier that day in his 2010 black Dodge Charger. Woodham was supposed to meet an unidentified Black male to sell him drugs, police said. On Friday evening, police located the victim's car in the 4601 E. Citrus Circle, and ob served a man sitting in the driver's seat. Police approached the ve hicle and arrested 25-year old Benjamin Lee Powell without incident. Powell was charged with second de gree murder, grand theft of a motor vehicle and p osses sion o f cannabis. H e i s being h e ld witho u t b o n d

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0 Stories larv In Police Shooting 01 Teen Javon Neal and his girlfriend, LaTarsha Gary. Tampa Police officers were called to the Central Court Apartments 2510 North Central Avenue, at 7:21 p. m. Sunday for some one shooting a weapon in the street near the complex. According to their re ports, when officers arrived at the complex, they report edly spotted someone match ing the description of the person described firing the weapon. As Officers Gregory Pryor and Shannon Murphy approached the alleged gunman, he reportedly began to walk away from them. The officers said they gave him the order to stop, but he began running towards the courtyard area of the com plex. The suspect ran up an outdoor staircase, and as he was running, the officers said they saw him pulling some thing out of his pant leg. Police said the officers continued to give him orders to stop and show his hands. When he reached the third floor, he allegedlyturned to ward the officers, armed with a pistol griped shotgun The officers once again gave com mands for him to drop the weapon. When he didn't, they fired reportedly in self defense. The suspect, later identi fied as 16-year-old Javon Neal, was reportedly shot at least once, and was pronounced dead on arrival at a local hospital. Residents at the complex Monday gave a different ac count of the incident. When the police came, Javon was running from me, because we were horsing around," said Uoyvonshae Copeland. "When he saw the police, he picked up speed a little bit, but, he really wasn't run ning. After they shot him, I tried to help him, but an offi cer told me he would shoot me if I touched him." Duprina Brown said the whole thing started from Duprina Brown (second from left) talks to another resident about the shooting. Activists Michelle Williams, LIFE, and Connie Burton stand outside Tampa Police District ill Sub-Station in protest. Residents stand in protest across the street from the complex Monday. incidents that had been oc curring earlier in the day. "Someone was throwing a birthday party, and that al ways draws a crowd," said Ms.Brown. "There were a lot of guys standing around in the park ing lot, and somebody said something about guns. Someone had been shooting earlier, but when the police arrived, they saw Javon." Neal's father -Michael Lovett, said when he got home around 7:30, he was told the police shot his son as he was running upstairs. "His mom lives on the second floor, but not at the end where he was shot. "When I arrived at the hospital, I got a lot of different versions of what hap pened. In my heart, nothing justified my son being shot." Mr. Lovett said his son spends a lot of time with him at his residence near Bearss. "He enjoys spending time with me, but he's always in a hurry for me to take him back to Tampa Heights. That's where he grew up, and that's where all his friends live. "I had just talked to him about hanging out on the streets. He was big for his age, and I knew someone could think he was an adult." The 16-year-old's girl friend, Latarsha Gary, said she and Javon were to gether seconds before the shooting occurred. "He had been in the house all day, and just de cided to come out. The next thing I knew, he had been shot. I tried to give him CPR, but they threatened to shoot me if I got near him. I never saw him with the shotgun, but I have seen that weapon before. I never saw J avon with a shotgun or any kind of weapon. Ms. Gary, Ms. Copeland, and Ms. Brown all said Neal was trying to toss marijuana in his pockets when he was shot. Ms. Gary said when she saw Javon at the hospital, he had 14 bullet wounds. The Tampa Police De partment Internal Affairs Bureau and the Homicide Shoot Team, along with the state Attorney's Office, are conducting a thorough inves tigation. Officers Pryor and Murphy will be placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investiga tion. Husband, wne f succumbTo Death ; 11av1oan Mr. and John (Grace) Clark passed away Sunday and Monday, less than 24 hours apart. According to their son, Fred Hearns, Mr. Clark passed away Sunday after noon a little more than an hour after visiting his wife at Tampa General Hospital. Mr. Clark was in an as sisted living facility, Hearns stated. He had not spoken in over 2 months. I picked him up Sunday took him to her hospital bed, put their hands together, and said, 'John, say whatever you want to say to mom. He said over and over, 'I love you Grace'," Hearns explained. Mrs. Clark joined a group of AME' s a few weeks ago for the convention in Nashville. While there, she started complaining about not feeling well and even de cided not to go on one of the planned tours. After returning to Tampa, MR. AND MRS. JOHN (GRACE) CLARK she was admitted to the hos pital after having a heart at tack. Last Thursday (7-19), "TT she suffered a stroke and 6 died about noon on Monday :!! (7-23). tJ Mr. and Mrs. Clark l> were members of Allen Ternpie AME Church. Funeral services for both z are incomplete at this time. m Wilson Funeral Home will handle services. Jl c: r-rz c: m r-u; % m tJ m < m Alert The florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 c! m tn tJ For Loss wages And Meclcal care." Service Support Help from the beginning to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Leg Pain Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Specializing In: c.. Accidents Pedestrian lnc:idents Motorcycle AccidentS/ Truck Accidents Slip and Falls Bicycle Bus And (PIP lnsnw:e Needed) -Don, be victimized twice for an accident tlllt _, yu fUr' Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37m Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To YouTube and PIIICh 1be Patty Shuffle Avalable 241bnA /7 Days A Week )> z tJ "TT :!! tJ

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Among those words will certainly be the term "Obamacare." Surprisingly, a sim ilar word, "Romneycare," might also show up for inclu sion. In 2006, Massachusetts' former Governor Mitt Rom ney signed into law a healthcare plan, "Romneycare," which became widely accepted. Indeed, Romneycare -which is curiously very similar to so-called Obamacare, seems to have been a big hit in Massachusetts. Just ask Johnathan Gruber (co-author ofRomneycare and Obamacare) and Deval Patrick, current governor of Massa Q chusetts. 0: Boasting America's highest rate of residents with u.. health insurance (98%), both Gruber and Patrick believe Q that the more the public understands the benefits of the Z federal law for healthcare, the more support for the fedC erallaw's assistance should increase. For instance, under Massachusetts' health plan, the 5I number of visits to emergency rooms has decreased, W more residents are getting cancer screenings, 150,000 former smokers have quit the habit, and more women are receiving prenatal care. w Uke Obamacare, Romneycare requires employers to > otTer health insurance coverage or face a fine. Further W more, Romneycare insists that residents 18 years or older who can afford coverage should secure health in:t: surance. In fact, it penalizes residents who can afford such, but opt to remain uninsured. D What we see is one more reason to ask Republicans the most difficult question they face during their Oba Z macare attack: If President Obama was white; would you fii embrace his healthcare for America's poor people? Slllrtnl flees IIMIIIIIalll ..... ..... ::::) m ...1 Ask Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee ifhe loves W hunting, and by the time the conversation's through, you will have sworn his secret name is Davy Crockett. z Does he love to hunt deer or wild boar? Does he possess W a collection of firearms that would make Sam Coltjeal tn ous? Add yes, to each of the previous questions. However (with a Big "H!"), has Sheriff Gee ever been 0: willing to bend backwards because of his love for bulletg toting hardware? We are proud to tell you that the an u.. swer has been, and continues to be a resounding "No." We found that out recently. But we didn't discover it alone. The National Rifle Association found it out also. Is that the same organization former President Ronald Reagan belonged to as well as his long-time friend Charlton Heston and others? Is that the organiza tion, which holds one of the most powerful lobbies in the history of American government? Yes, indeed, say ob servers who privately name NRA the 6oo Pound Gorilla with Rambo Artillery, which is another way of saying, "Whatever NRA wants, NRA gets!" So, you can understand that august organizations re cent flummox when -of all people -His Honor Sheriff Gee said "No" to an alma mater group many of whose members have no doubt shot good boars with him in the Florida Outback. The "No" he leveled was a response to the NRA regarding its wish to have its members wear registered sidearms out in public, especially during the "Stand-Your-Ground" Republican National Conference. Instead, the Sheriff stood his ground, drew a line in the sand and cleared the OK Corral (better known as Downtown Tampa's Convention Center). w The NRA was fit to be tied. But Sheriff Gee demonCJ strated once again, he is indeed, the Sheriff of Hillsbolf rough County. Racial Slurs And Code Words: 1 Palntullexlcon Having spent 23 years in the civil rights movement by 1985, Pat said, "I knew we had failed to teach our sons enough about racial slurs and code words when our youngest son (17years old at the time) came home one evening and asked me what's a "spear chucker." When I asked him where he had heard the word, he indicated that a car full of white teenagers had called the words out to him as they drove by him at a stop sign." Indeed, there are so many conversations Black parents need to have with their chil dren that white parents don't have to worry about with their children. Most cer tainly, Blacks, Asians, Latin Hispanics, Middle Eastern ers, minority religious groups, Native Americans and other groups must preWhen I get out of prison, I will be considered a con victed felon, which basically means that I better not get caught anywhere near a firearm. Keeping convicted felons away from guns is part of the system's way of providing public safety. The reason being that lawmakers feel as though a person who has been to prison is far more dangerous than someone who has not. But from where I sit, it seems like that argu ment is losing a lot of steam fast. Last Thursday a man walked into a crowded the ater in Aurora, Colorado during the premier of a new Batman movie and shot 72 people, killing 12, with an as sault rifle. The shooter also had his apartment booby trapped in an apparent at tempt to cause even more carnage when authorities went there to investigate. The assailant, who report edly dyed his hair red and al legedly referred to himself as "The Joker" didn't fit the profile of a person who soci ety usually deems as a threat. He wasn't "tatted" up. He didn't wear his hair in dread locks. His smile didn't gleam with gold. And, pare their children for the racial, ethnic, religious and homophobic intolerance they will face living in Amer ica, especially when it comes to racial epithets, ethnic slurs, symbols and code words. For instance, presidential candidate Mitt Romney made news when he re sponded to newscasters' questions regarding being booed at the NAAP Conven tion, "If they want more free stuff, tell them to vote for the other guy. More free stuff." Certainly, former presiden tial candidate Ross Perot or someone should have told Mr. Romney about the use of the words "they," "free stuff' and "them" and about the inflection of his voice when using such tenns to refer to Black people. Fortunately, CNN news he hadn't spent time in a fa cility surrounded by barbed wire. What he fit was the other profile. The one that over the years has come to be associ ated with individuals who commit such incredible acts of violence --the quiet loner. Stop me if you've heard this one before. A guy walks into a mall, post office, col lege campus student center, coffee shop (you fill in the blank) and starts blasting everything in sight. Later it's discovered that said gunman was a good guy who saved cats from trees and helped old ladies cross the street. Oh, so this does sound famil iar, huh? It is the same story every time, the boy-scout-turnedRambo whose God complex leads him to slaughter inno cents just because he can. In this case, the shooter was a 24-year-old college student studying for his Ph.D. The kind of person who's never expected to pull off something so heinous. But, maybe that's why these things keep happen ing, because people keep let ting these undercover psychos fly under the radar. Instead of worrying about commentator Roland Mar tin caught the comment and mentioned Romney's use of "They" as a code word. Romney supporters, of course, vehemently denied such connection. Some of the words associ ated with Blacks are self-ex planatory, easy to recognize when insulted, and include word such as: "Darkie," "Coon," "Spade," "Sambo," "Jungle Bunny," "porch monkey," "Aunt Jemima," "Nigger," "Spear-Chucker," "Go-rilla," "Chimp," "Boy," "Girl," "Sand Nigger," "Oreo," "Eggplant," "Jigga boo," "monkey," "ape," "ba boon, "welfare," etc. Major corporations have paid billions of dollars in fines and damages as a result of lawsuits for racial harass ment and the use of words and phrases such as "you people," your people," "those people" by employees. However, today Blacks and other groups will need to have a dictionary to recog nize "code words" which are substituted for racial slurs, jokes, comments, and graffiti by employees and others. Harambee! the kid with the sagging jeans and hoodie, maybe so ciety would be better off pay ing closer attention to the guy sitting by himself wear ing a Lacrosse shirt, khakis, and reading a Hunger Games novel. The kid in the saggy britches might steal your car. But the Justin Beiber looking dude? He's going to try to blow up the entire building. Right now that stereotypi cal focus has prisons filled with men doing 15 to 25-year sentences for violations as simple as being in the vicin ity of a bullet as a convicted felon. And yet 99% of every mass shooting that takes the lives of numerous victims is perpetrated by individuals who've never seen the inside of a squad car. What's wrong with this picture? What happened in Aurora, Colorado was tragic and dev astating. But what's worse is that because of the illness of this country as a whole, you can set your watch to the time it happens again. And outside of destroying every gun on Earth, there's not a law they can pass or felon they can incarcerate that will be able to stop these well fed, poisoned chickens from re turning home to roost when they're good and ,ready. Anyone wanting to con tact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018; P. 0. Box 7007; Marianna, FL 32447-7007. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel.

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HOROSCOPES Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) There's good news today. Acknowledge a friend in a creative fashion. Your wisdom, wit and experience really do make a difference Use them to forward the project. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) The light at the end of the tunnel is closer than it appears. Your past work speaks well for you. Fix something that's structurally weak. The seed of love grows with some water and TLC. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Increasing productivity gives you more time off, and it's appreciated Personal magnetism and the perfect words draw the right people to you. Complete your personal correspondence. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) With rewards come new re sponsibilities, and you can handle them with confidence, and even exceed expectations. Organization and good management of reserves helps. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Grab an excellent deal on what your partner needs. Friends help you see the big pic ture, and offer clever suggestions support and supplies. Up grade household technology Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Count your blessings, as you're well adored. Words of love flow easily. Your wits make you more attractive than you know. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Try a new form of com munication that attracts the desired attention. You're earning a good reputation Still if you need help, ask for it. Try social media interaction. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)Be practical yet creative and cut costs Add a touch of luxury without spending your savings You probably already have what you need. Aries (March 21-April 19) Provide something that makes everyone more comfortable. Enjoy success with a loved one Incorporate feelings in your communications, but don't divulge any secrets. Taurus (April2o-May 2 0 ) Don t waste time worrying. Instead use your experience and passion to create new and big ger challenges to solve. Make something beautiful for your home and save money. Gemini (May 21-June 20) Tidy up loose odds and ends and resolve past misunderstandings. It will only make your life easier. Work closely with a female Others admire your wisdom. Be open to miracles. Cancer (June 21-July 22) Your head is all into num bers right now, but love does find a way. Do the homework first so you can relax later. Make sure your partner hears your ideas, and listen to theirs, too. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFULAs Marcus and Dayzee's wedding begins, two uninvited guests arrive, while an important guest is absent; Thomas finds himself in some uncomfort able situations. Marcus and Dayzee enjoy their first night together as husband and wife; Brooke and Ridge reminisce about their many weddings; Ridge gets an eye-opening glimpse of what happened between Liam and Steffy in Italy. Brooke fears that Hope may find the video of Liam and Steffy as easily as Ridge did; Dayzee is devastated when Marcus confesses to her about the secret that he has been keeping. DAYS O F OUR LIVESIan is shocked by Brady and Madison's announcement; Lucas confronts Sami about always being with EJ; Nicole prepares a meal for Daniel; Will and Sonny review surveillance footage of EJ s apartment. Bo, Hope and Chad confront Gabi about finding her fingerprints on the note; Carrie and Rafe say their last words; Sami confronts EJ about not being a DiM era; Chad expresses his unwavering sup port for EJ; Sami gets attacked. Melanie calls Chad to give him her location; EJ thanks Will for his help and gives him an op portunity to walk away; an angry Lucas reminds Sami that her actions speak louder than her words; Jack and Jennifer get to know Cameron a little better. GENERAL HOSPITALA fire puts lives in jeopardy; Lulu comforts Patrick; Johnny may incriminate himself. Someone is shot; Anna gets life-changing news; dire circumstances bring Lulu and Dante closer Heather could be playing mind games; John's secret may be safe with Todd; Sonny may be happy for his son. Y OUNG AND THE RESTLESS Nick confronts Billy about his decision to fire Phyllis, while Jack schemes to take Jabot from Ashley. Tucker and Genevieve's passionate past af fects the present, while Jeffrey struggles to prove he's not a bigamist. Chelsea is suspicious of her parents' intentions, while Kyle and Abby welcome friends to a pool party. Church members Lynette Lewis Ernestine Davis Estella Greene and Dorothy Welcome were present at the Northside Church Dual Day ., 5 ::tJ en m z m r-aJ c F z ., c aJ c en ::::t m c m 2 m en c )> z c ., ::tJ -<

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Nr--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Opinions Anornevs Give Opinions On Retrial II Tampa Woman ., >= icC Q 0 w :::) 1-COR'INEE BRANTLEY .. Court case ends with mistrial BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, a jury was un able to reach a verdict in the case of Cortnee Brantley. Ms. Brantley was charged with "misprision," which is a C federal felony charge. One of the issues echoed in &L c the community is the cost of Z having another trial. Ms. Ill( Brantley is represented by Attorney Grady Irvin, Jr., who is court appointed. w When the Sentinel in quired about the cost of the > trial, William C. Daniels, a: w > w spokesman for the U. S. Attor ney's Office, Middle District of Florida said, "We are unable to provide an actual cost for the investigation and/or prosecu tion of a single federal case. Federal prosecutors are paid to prosecute whatever cases adopted from respective law enforcement partner agencies. As well, the investigators of federal crimes are compen sated to do the same. "Excluding (Cortnee Brantley), the U. S. Attor ney's Office, Middle District of Florida has charged/prose cuted at least 12 (twelve) defendants with Misprision of a Felony within the past six years -throughout the dis trict. The dispositions in those cases vary," the spokesman wrote. Some attorneys shared their opinion on whether Ms. Brantley should be retried. Attorney Clinton Paris said, "Our criminal justice sys tem should be solely focused on justice and public safety, particularly when resources and taxpayers are being stretched to the limit. "After hearing all the evi dence, the jury not con vinced Ms. Brantley committed the alleged crime, hence the hung jury. There fore, I am not in favor of expending additional resources on another trial. There are far greater criminals and threats to our community that war rant prosecution. This is an issue of priorities. Our priori ties should be solely on justice and public safety nothing more. Attorney Roderick Ford said, "Dontae Morris is the real culprit -not Courtney Brantley. She should not be retried, since the first jury was hung and there is no newly discovered evi dence." When contacted by the Sentinel, Attorney Grady Irvin, Jr., who defended Ms. Brantley said of the retrial, I don't want to talk about the case. I'm staying away from that. But to answer your ques tion, I've been very disap pointed in those who are supposed to be leaders, but have nevertheless failed to step forward and say what non-African Americans are now voicing ... especially after reading this past Friday's front page story in the Tampa Tribune where a distinction surrounding Ms. Brantley was well voiced." ATIORNEY GRADY IRVIN, JR. The legal definition is : a misprision of a felony is the concealment of a felony with out giving any degree of sup port to the felony. To sustain a conviction of a misprision of a felony, the government must prove beyond a reasonable doubt: that the principal had committed and completed the felony alleged, that the defen dant had full knowledge of that fact; that the defendant failed to notify authorities; and that the defendant took affirmative steps to conceal the crime of the principal." The elements of misprision of a felony, both of which must be proved to support convic tion are: "concealment of something, such as suppres sion of evidence or some other positive act; and failure to disclose. Failure to disclose without active concealment, is not a felony. Q w ::z::: 0 ::::i m :::) Readers Share Opinions About Retrvinu Cop Killer's Girlfriend 11. z ..J ..J :::) m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, a federal jury deadlocked in reaching a deci sion in the case of Ms. Cortnee Brantley. Ms. Brantley is on trial for not u:f warning two police officers z that a passenger in her car was i= armed. The charge is a rarely ffi used federal felony charge. 0 Her passenger, Dontae C Morris, allegedly shot and killed the two officers after 0 they attempted to arrest him ..J on an outstanding warrant. &L The prosecutor in the case has saiq he plans to retry Ms. Brantley. Some Sentinel readers shared their opinion about this decision. The question posed to them was, "Do you think she should be re-tried?" Dr. Samuel Wright said, "Well, I am unsure be : cause I am not that cognizant CJ of details concerning that. if case. What I do know is that she may have been coerced to do what she did and didn t have a decision in the matter. Besides, it is quite costly to retry Cortnee Brantley. It is apparent that the jurors could not reach a consensus, so perhaps the decision should stand." Howard Harris said, "The Federal Government should not waste any more money on this case. First of all, the State of Florida deter mined that no state law was broken when Cortnee Brantley did not tell author ities that Dontae Morris was an armed felon who killed 2 police officers. "Secondly, a mistrial was declared when the jury could not reach a decision on "mis prision of a felony" -the failure to tell authorities if one knows that a felony was committed. "Thirdly, the judge stated that he did not feel that Brantley was obligated to in form on Morris. Thus, further prosecution by the Federal Government smacks of revenge, pure and simple." Ms. Gloria MeN air said, It's hard to say because I have not been following this case closely, but if they stopped her for her license plate not being visible, why should she have said that the guy was armed? Did she know he was armed, or was her life in danger also? I hope justice is served in the case." 4* :*' .f / .: ; Billy Wheeler said, "Un fortunately, the apparent "pol itics" of the situation dictate that the authorities prosecute Ms. Brantley beyond the typical extent of the law, re gardless of how atypical, ar chaic, or rarely used that law may be. I hope that a second jury of her peers will again recognize the selectively vin dictive basis of this legal ac tion, and refuse to collaborate in this exercise of systemic op pression and harassment. Quinton Robinson said, "Loss of life is always a burden to bear in any community, QUINTON ROBINSON and I'm saddened about the officers deaths. However, Ms. Brantley being retried is double jeopardy, she's being retried for a crime that a jury could not find guilt. "Our so called justice seems to deliberately find rea son to incarcerate African Americans, not only males yet also females. If she is retried, and she shouldn't be, what message does that convey to our community? "This will not bring the of ficers back to their families. In some instances we are quick to say let the wheels of justice roll, yet when they reach a destination of innocence, we start the car again to find an other avenue to convict. No, Cortnee Brantley should not be retried, a jury could not find guilt, case closed." Danny Green said, "I have deep sympathy for the fallen officers, their families, their loved ones, and for the DANNY GREEN fellow officers of the Tampa Police Department. I feel that it is a waste of federal funds to retry Cortnee Brantley. I feel that the main focus should be on the person that actually committed the crime." Willie J. Stokes said, "I believe that she should not be retried for the same set of ac tions because the jury has shown that charges did not meet the burden of proof nec essary to convict. The failure of the prosecutors to present a strong case should not be held against her."

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Local Kronk For Christ Youth Involved In 2012 Convocation BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor In conjunction with Legacy Fellowship of Churches and Ministries, Krunk For Christ will be a part of the 2012 Holy Convocation occurring this week at St. John's Cathedral, Bishop Eddie Newkirk, pastor. Bishop Michael Lewis, Sr., Presiding Prelate of the Legacy Fellowship of Churches and Ministries, said, "It's a new season," referring to the theme of the 2012 Convocation, "and we're doing some new things. "We have a list of activities that we're hoping the community will take advantage of," he said. This is the 8th Convocation hosted by the Legacy Fellowship of Churches and Ministries. Bishop Lewis said the Convocation kicks off Wednesday night (July 25) with a musical featuring 8-year-old Kaitlyn Jones, choirs, praise teams and dancers. The Wednesday evening service at 7 p. m. will honor Bishop Eddie Newkirk for more than so years in the ministry. On Thursday, July 26, del egates will engage in church related classes in the morning. At 12 noon the Women's Hour of Power will be held, followed by a guest speaker who will address Obamacare and other topics. Reverend Sylvester Robinson will be the speaker for the 7 p. m. service The Youth Hour kicks off at 12 noon on Friday with Krunk For Christ hosted by founders, Elder Michelle B. Patty and King Cobra. The guest speaker will be Dr. David Hatch of Atlanta, whose ministry is strictly for teens, young peo ple, and at-risk youngsters. The topic for this session is "Teens Speaking Out." "King Cobra and I are so excited and grateful for the opportunity given to us by Bishop Lewis to put a pro-ELDER MICHELLE B. PATTY BISHOP MICHAEL LEWIS, SR. BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK gram together for the youth," Elder Patty said. "Our prayer is that the youth will come out and ... many of the pastors will come out with them. We 're teaching them about leadership, stewardship, and togetherness as they grow. We're uplifting our youth, not criticizing them. "This is "A New Season For Tampa's Youth" and a new season for Krunk For Christ after being absent about a year," she conclud ed. This program is for youth ages 6-21. Some of those scheduled to appear are: Tovonnia Lewis, Souljaz of Godz Ministry, 3rrd World, Kerleen, Tia Young, Mysterious, Gitt Swift and a professional boxer who will speak to the youth. Lunch for the youth will be provided by Open Cafe, a ministry of St. John's Cathedral. Bishop Lewis said the Friday evening service at 7 p. m. will include the setting-aside of Elder Patty to be elevated to Bishop, the first female in the Tampa community. "I am humbled by this honor," she said.

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Nr-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Reli ous E:vents N ::::) "") > C( c en w Cathedral Of Faith Has Holv Convocation ::::) Cathedral of Faith held its annual Holy Convoca t ion recently The week of services kicked off with the elevation service for Bishop James H. Howell, who became Apostle Howell. (Photos by c a: LL c z < c en w ::::) w > w c w l: en ::i m ::::) Q. z tu ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL Julia Jackson) Gloria Tiller and Vivian Clark at the service. Randolph Crovador, book author, attended the Convoca tion service. FVI Talent Showcase Auditions Trinity #164 and Another J-Roc Productions present the 1st Annual Next Big Star Talent Showcase. The event will be held Saturday, Sep tember 8 2012, 6 p. m. at Tampa Ba y Technical High School, 6410 Orient Rd. The showcase is for ages 5-16 years old and will fea ture singers, rappers, poets and dancers. Auditions are held every Wednesday, 6:30 p. m. at 2909 E. Hillsborough Ave. There is a registration fee. For more information, call (813) 298-6941 or (813) 770-7964. Mt. Olive AME Church Honors Robert Wright, Sr. Mount Olive African Methodist Episcopal Church honored one of its longtime members Robert Wright, Sr. He has been a Steward, served more than 20 y ears as the Superintend e nt o f Sunday School member of the choir President of the local Laymen organization and past District President of the Lay organiza tion. Tampa Mayor Bob Buck horn was p r e s ent and p re sented Mr. Wright with a proclamation. Proclamation s were also present e d b y th e NAACP, Senator Arthenia Joyner, Rep. Betty Reed, County Commissioner Les Miller and City Councilman Frank Reddick. (Pho tographs by Frederick Harris) Honoree Robert Wright, Sr. with guest, Mrs. Betty Kinsey.

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L ocal Annie Mae Gilchrist Celebrates 15th Binhdav Annie Mae Gilchrist celebrated her 75th birthday at her Seffner home. She was joined by more than 150 guests. (Photos by Julia Jack) Birthday celebrant, Annie Mae Gilchrist, is draped in the love shown by her guests. Dr. Brenda Walker, Dr. Samuel Wright and Dr. Joan Holmes were among the birthday party guests. Stand Your Ground: Justice for Chyvas Peoples Freedom Rally & Petition Signing Raising Awnness About the "Stand Your Ground Law l Demanding Justice Tuesday, July 31, 2012, 11 A. II. Hillsborough County Courthou Come Help Support Chyvu (Ripper Ex-Con) currently serving 30 yra for defending himself Call: (904) 263-4555; or visH: www.facebook.com/JusticetorChyvas www.change.orglpetitionsl)ustice-for-chyvas The honoree's sister, Edith Randolph helped host the birthday party. Vivian Simmons attended the 75th birthday celebration for Annie Mae Gilchrist. Alice Wynn enjoyed the birthday party fun. STRY VISIT US ONLINE FLSENTINEL.COM FLSENTINELNOW .COM Janice Carter and Cornell Boyd were among the guests. These guests are Ronnie Rodriguez and Cynthia Hunter. ... Andre Walker, one of the guests in attendance. Linda Mungin was at the party. Prevention & Education Extractions. Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (Real) Available *Patient Relaxation

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Birthday Angels The Birthday Angels of July are singing sweet melodies to Erit Myers, Amari Myers, Jeridine Pursley, Ebony Cohen, Jorden Cohen, Tim Young, Jr., Evelyn Jones, and Keelan Young. God speed and much good fortune to you all. Bereavement With deep love and con dolences, we reach out to the Hopkins and Wilcox fami lies on behalf of the passing of Alberta Hopkins, who was their mother, grandsistance for wisdom, knowl edge, your talents, ideas, time and support. The Benevolence Society has always expressed love and has been available in the time of a crisis, life's chal lenges, the passing of a loved one, and also for life s suc cesses. For more information about this organization, con tact Lizzie Stevenson at (813) 229-770. School Reunion mother, sister, aunt, cousin 0 and friend. The committee of the Sun City and Bethune School Re union are seeking volunteers to help make the 2013 event a splashing success. If you can assist, contact Emma Freeman at (813) 634-6276. a: &L 0 z cc 0 en w ;:) fw > w c w :::1: en ::J CD ;:) a. z t= w ...J ..J ;:) CD We send flowers of com passion from our hearts to the Crosby and Cooper families for the demise of their precious loved one, Mary Lee Crosby. Life is a precious gift and mission given to us by our Creator It is a journey that leads us in many different di rections. But, whatever road we take in this life, God will always be there to meet us at the end of it. Revelator Let us remember to make amends with family mem bers old friends, visit the aged sick, poor, abused, the incarcerated and others. It is 18 Wheeler Rap "Other than being a day late and a dollar short," said Junkyard Dog, "all is well on the freeway; was able to drop my load in nano-sec onds and hit the road. Now how 'bout that," grinned Junkyard Dog. Remembering Wimauma m what we are expected to do Z because we truly are our t= brothers' keepers. z Eddie Marshall re members the days when Wimauma had a courthouse, a constable, a judge and a mayor. Marshall said, Wimauma 's first black school was named after Mary McLeod Bethune, who was born in 1875 and died in 1955. w en cc 0 a: 0 ...J &L The Benevolence Society If you are that special per son that's given to hospital ity, compassion and the ability to serve others, the Benevolence Society of Wimauma could use your asThe towrt had a post of fice, Trailways bus route, train depot, doctor, 4 churches, 2 food markets, 4 juke joints and other necessi ties that made like bearable. To be continued. Until next time, ring ... ring ... ring, Revelator. DENTIST Adults and Children 813 'Dr. 'lng_ritf 'Dooms, 'D.'D.S. General Dentistry 1415 Eaat 124th Ave. Suite A Tampa, FL 33612 Fowter/Flet<:her area (Corner of-t 24th Ave. & 15th St.) 0 (813) 632-3483 W o MedicaW o Delta o 11o11u o MedJfc o Aetu o CarcPI CJ The FollowitJg o PlotWa H...., Die o IItie Croll/llac SkleW If luuram:es: Gtlullea 0 1'riAre Local Inspirational Seminar Series Kicks Oft IUIV 30th On July 30, 2012, Motiva tional Mondays, a monthly inspirational seminar series, will kick off with motiva tional speaker, Delatorro MeN eal, II. The series is de signed to equip and empower business and professionals in the areas of personal and professional success. The event will feature a presentation by McNeal, guest experts and talk-show DELATORRO MCNEAL, II, M.S.,CSP type panel discussions. The topic for July is How To Cash In On Your Pas sion. Motivational Mondays will be held at the Hilton Tampa Airport. There is a small fee. McNeal is a Tampa na tive, professional speaker, author and career coach. He is the CEO of Platinum Per formance Global, LLC. Representative Benv Reed Opens New Campaign OHice State Representative Betty Reed had a kickoff event to announce the opening of her new campaign office on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in East Tampa. (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACK SON) From left to right: Dewayne Mallory, and members of the Reed family, James Reed, Betty Reed, Laarian, Michael, and LeRoy. Senior District Executive Secretary, Patricia Givens. Voters Registration-You hove Until Oct. 9th To Register To Vote Early -Voting For General Eledion Oct. 28 Nov. 3 Only 1 WW. In Aorida General Section Nov. 6 Fred Hearns and Yvette Lewis, NAACP. Showing their support is Nancy Fitzpatrick and Lena Young Green.

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_Loc __ a_l ____________________________________________________________ Stop The Violence COIIIIUnitv Meeting Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor At the end of last year, young African American men were dying at a n alarming rate. As the death toll climbed, members of the community sought methods of drawing attention to the gun violence and gangs within the community. Ernest Coney, Jr., CEO and President of the CDC of Tampa, Inc., called a community meeting to ad dress the problem. On Thursday, July 26th, Coney will host another com munity meeting. The meeting will take place at the Chloe Coney Urban Enter prise Center, 1907 E. Hillsborough Avenue, beginning at 6 p.m. One of the young men killed was John Singleton, Jr. Singleton was a junior at Tampa Bay Technical High School at the time of his death Octo ber 29, 2011. He had also been an active partici pant in the CDC of Tampa, Inc., Youth Leadership Program In addition to taking high school classes, Singleton, who 17, was also taking college prep classes. The young man had attended a birthday party on the night of his IIIDIIIISIII. CEO/Pnsllllll ERNEST CONEY, JR. CEO and President of the CDC of Tampa, Inc. death. At some point, someone began shooting and those in attendance ran. While running, Singleton dropped his cell phone and turned around to get it. It was at that time that he was hit by a stray bullet. Since the inception of the Stop The Violence Task Force, Coney said there would be ongoing dialogue from members of the community. The last meeting was held April 10, 2012, at the Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center. FEMI Recovarv Center Opens 11 Univarsitv Area Communitv Canter For Dabbv Victims A disaster recovery center is now open in Hillsborough County to help those whose homes or businesses were affected by Tropical Storm Debby. The center, located at the Uni versity Area Community Development Center, 14013 N. 22nd St. (33613), is open 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 6 p. m. on Sunday. Dan Jurman, executive director and CEO of the University Area Com munity Development Corporation, Inc. (UACDC), worked with FEMA to conduct an extensive site evaluation to ensure the facility could accommodate representatives from the Florida Divi sion of Emergency Management, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the U. S. Small Business Ad ministration and other agencies that will be at the center to explain disaster assistance programs and help victims apply for aid. It is recommended that before going to a disaster recovery center, people with storm or flooding losses register with FEMA. By calling 800-621-FEMA (3362). Help is available 7 a. m. to 10 p. m., seven days a week in most languages. For the deaf, hard of hearing or those using a TTY can call 8oo-462-7585. Online at www.Di$asterAssis tance.gov or by tablet or smartphone using the FEMA app m.fema.gov. Anyone who sustained damage in any of the 22 Florida counties desig nated for federal individual disaster assistance can visit the disaster recov ery center. Federal disaster assistance can include money for rental assis tance, essential home repairs, per sonal property loss and other serious disaster-related needs not covered by insurance. Low-interest disaster loans from the SBA are also available to help with residential and business losses not covered by insurance. Go to https:/ /disasterloan.sba.gov/ela, call 8oo-6s9-2955 (800-877-8339 for people who are deaf or hard of hear ing). 1.800.289.3823 ........... c c.. c !( 1'1.) ., r-0 :!! 0 )> (/) m z :::! z m r-m c r r-!!l z "'0 c m r-c;; ::::t m 0 m < m :zJ -4 c m (/) 0 )> z 0 ., :::D 5 J Ci) m ....

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Penn State Takes Down Famed Joe Paterno Statue STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -The famed statue of Joe Paterno was taken down from outside the Penn State football stadium Sunday, eliminating a key piece of the iconography surround ing the once-sainted foot ball coach accused of bury ing child sex abuse allega tions against a retired assis tant. Workers lifted the 7-foot tall statue off its base and used a forklift to move it into Beaver Stadium as the 100 to 150 students watch ing chanted, "We are Penn State." The university announced earlier Sunday that it was taking down the monument in the wake of an investiga0: tive report that found the u.. JOE PATERNO STATUE late coach and three other top Penn State administrators concealed sex abuse claims against retired assistant coach Jerry Sandusky. Penn St Fined S&OM, Wins vacated Fromoa-11 INDIANAPOLIS The NCAA slammed Penn State for the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal Monday with an unprecedented series of penalties, including a $6o million fine and the loss of all the school's victo ries from 1998-2011, knock ing Joe Paterno from his spot as major college foot ..J ball's winningest coach. Other sanctions include a J:: four-year ban on postseason ffi games that will prevent Penn C/) c( e State from playing for the Big Ten title, the loss of 20 scholarships per year over four years and five years' probation. The NCAA also said that any current or incoming football players are free to immediately transfer and compete at another school. NCAA President Mark Emmert announced the staggering sanctions at a news conference in Indianapolis. 0 ..J u.. Broncos oner IT Cladv $50 Million Extension RYANCLADY The Denver Broncos want to sign All-Pro left tackle Ryan Clady to a long-term deal before the start of training camp, and toward that end, they offered Clady a five-year, $so mil lion extension, the Denver Post reported. About $28 million of the salary would be guaranteed, according to the report, and the average annual salary of $10 million would represent a sizable raise from the $3.5 million he is scheduled to earn in 2012 in the final year of his current contract. The $so million deal also would make Clady one of the five highest paid offen sive linemen in the NFL, based oil annual salary. Robert Grnnn 111 Signs 4-Year Deal With washington Redsklns ROBERT GRIFFIN III ASHBURN, Va Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins ended their contract impasse Wednesday when the rookie quarterback signed a four-year, fully guaranteed deal worth $21.1 million. It also includes a club option for a fifth year. Griffin's agent, Ben Dogra, said that the Reisman Trophy-winning quarterback agreed to terms and will be in Redskins rookie camp on Wednesday. Seatlle Seahawlls' Marshawnlvnch Charged With DUI MARSHAWN LYNCH Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch was charged Wednesday with driving under the influ ence by the district attorney' s -office in Alameda County Calif. Teresa Drenick, director of communications for the Alameda County DA, said in an email that the decision was made to charge the Seahawks star running back. Lynch has a court date onAug.14. But Lynch's attorney, Ivan Golde, told The Associated Press later Wednesday that he feels the case could get thrown out or reduced because of discrepancies in blood-alcohol tests. Dennis Rodman Sees His Father After 42-Year Estrangement Former NBA star Dennis Rodman has finally met his estranged father after 42 years of separation. Philander Rodman, Jr, who has acknowledged fathering 29 children b y 16 mothers attended his son s exhibition game in the Philippines last week. He said he was happy and sur prised that his son agreed to meet him late Wednesday. He tried to meet the bas ketball Hall of Farner' dur ing another game in Manila in 2006. "It was great," he said of the first time he held his son's hands since they last met in December 1969. "I've been trying to meet him for years. During a break, with se conds left to the end of the game, Dennis Rodman grabbed a microphone, acknowledged his father' s DENNIS RODMAN And His Father, PHILANDER RODMAN, JR. presence and pointed to him in the arena. The crowd applauded as the elder Rodman stood up wearing a red baseball cap that said "Yes, Dennis Rodman is my son." Pres. Obama Honors Undefeated Bavlor Basketball Team President Barack Obama holds a basketball at a ceremony honoring the 2012 NCAA Women's basketball champions Baylor University Bears in the East Room at the White House in Washington, Wednesday, July 18, 2012. WASHINGTON President Barack Obama is honoring Baylor's unde feated women's basketball team, calling the NCAA champions a "dominant" team that scored more points than any team in. women's college basketball history He thanked them for "making my (NCAA) bracket look good, at least on the women's side." He added: "I picked Baylor over Notre Dame, but I have to say I wasn't the only one. It wasn' t that hard. Pres. Obama, who helps coach his daughter Sasha's youth basketball team, honored the Lady Bears 40o team at the White House. Pres. Obama also applauded the team s volunteer work, taking special note of an 11-year old girl, Haley Klepper, of Waco, Texas, whom the team has embraced. Klepper, who attended the White House event, has a rare mitochon drial disease.

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Sports Sundav 13 Yields Third Place Finish At The Open All week long, the goal for Tiger Woods was to avoid the 205 menacing bunkers at Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club. He accom plished that the first three rounds, finding sand only twice and playing the two hol e s on which he did in 1-underpar. Sunday was a different story Tiger found five bunkers and played the holes they occupied in a combined 6-over par, including a disastrous triple-bogey 7 on the par-4 sixth hole essentially eliminating his title chances in the 141st Open Championship in cool and breezy Lytham St. Annes, England. Woods, who began the final round five strokes behind leader Adam Scott, Tiger needed two tries to get out of the bunker at No. 6 and went on to make triple bogey. closed with a 3-over-par 73 to tie for third at 3-under 277, four shots behind winner Ernie Els. It marked his eighth top-10 showing in 13 professional starts in the Open. Tiger captured the Claret Jug in 2000, 2005 and2oo6. lidd Apologizes For Arrest On DWI Charge JASONKIDD NEW YORK -Jason Kidd has apologized on Twitter for his arrest on a drunken-driving charge after an accident last week. Days after signing with the Knicks, Kidd crashed his SUV into a telephone pole in the Hamptons on Sunday, Southampton Town police said. He was treated at a hospital for minor injuries after the 2010 Cadillac Escalade he was driving hit a pole and veered into the woods around 2 a .m. Kidd writes Friday that he regrets "any disruption my accident last weekend may have caused members of the community and want to thank the local authori ties In another posting, Kidd also thanks his family and friends for their support. Broncos Visit Colo. Shootilii'Victims In Hospital AURORA, Colo A half dozen Denver Broncos visited with survivors of the Colorado theater shooting on Sunday to try to lift their spirits. The group visited with five patients at the Medical Center of Aurora and also met with the emergency room staff that provided the initial treatment Friday morning for many of the shooting victims of the mas sacre at a suburban Denver movie theater that left 12 dead, 58 injured and a natlQn in sorrow. "What we were trying to do was go in there, show support and try to put a smile on these peoples' faces. But the thing is, they put a smile on our faces," linebacker Joe Mays said. "They bad such positive attitudes. J'hey knew they were blessed to live and they knew they were going to have another chance to walk about with their families." Mays was joined by linemen Ryan Clady, Chris Kuper and Ben Garland, receiver Eric Decker, tight end Jacob Tamme and former teammate Brian Dawkins, who retired earli er this year. NllleSians IBIRoollie AnlhonvDaVis ANTHONY DAVIS Just one month after trademarking his infamous unibrow, this year s No. 1 overall NBA draft pick, Anthony Davis bas signed a deal with Nike that will span over the next few years. With this signing, Nike's reign as one of the best basketball brands continues. Nike bas signed 7 out of the last 10 number one overall NBA draft picks. DliBarber Marries Former NBC Intern Tracl lvnn Johnson TIKI BARBER And TRACILYNNJOHNSON Retired Pro-Bowl running back Tiki Barber is a married man -again. Barber wed former NBC intern Traci Lynn Johnson, tweeting several pictures from his Twitter account Thursday night. "Many thanks to the NYC Clerk's office, especially James Mitchell who married me to my love @TraciWohnson!," Barber tweeted. "Excited for the next chapters." Barber and Johnson celebrated their wedding at a French restaurant Le Cirque in New York City. Tiki's brother Ronde, a cornerback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, was also in attendance. BEAUTY UNUMII ED DESIREE Desiree decided to make another appear ance as our Beauty Unlimited feature, and only because she could no longer say no to demands to see her again. Desiree Is a woman who handles life on her own terms, and never settles for less than what she deserves. She is very much a woman seek ing a career, but she always finds time to be with her friends and family. Desiree knows when to shut things down and enjoy quality "me" time, but you can bet, she always reappears with the same energy. When it to the man in her life, Desiree said he must be strong, ambitious, handsome, going somewhere in life, respectful, and mature. Congratulations to Desiree as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. H you are Interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please send your photos and Information to tclark@flsentlnel.com. 'T1 r 0 :!! c ,.. en m z ::::t z J!! m c r r g) z "0 c m r u; :::::t m c m < m ::rJ -< ..... c m en c )> z c 'T1 :!! c

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c a: LL c z c:r: c en w ::J t> a: w > w East Tampa Club Calabratalaraoka An East Tampa Club invited patrons in for Karaoke during a party for the Tampa Bay Storm. (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) Mr. Smoothie enjoying the live entertainment during the Storm party. Dawn takes advantage of Karaoke night during the Storm party. Shannon sings during the Storm party. Even Mr. Groove let his voice be heard during the Storm party. 01----------------------------------------w :I: en ::J m ::J a. z t= w The New Double Decker j One of the city's most popular gathering spots has returned. ::J The Double Decker Lounge (formerly the Cass Bar) is back m and picked up where they left off. (PHOTOS BY JULIA U:: JACKSON) z t= z w en c:r: c a: 0 ..J LL Ms. Gloria is ready to serve the patrons at the Double Decker. Tampa's premiere DJ and the best in the business, Floyd Joy, is at the Double Decker. Clarence was in the house. Ybor Square Night Ybor City still has a few places that offer quality entertainment on the weekends. These are a few shots of people out on the town. (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) Popular DJ Randall 'C' was on the set. Lovely ladies, Erica and Sharon, had a great time. Tammy and Stacy were ready to party. Twins Harry and Larry decided to hang out together over the weekend. Big Red and Mr. Devo were out and about over the weekend.

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The Game Calls Oft Wedding Almost a week before their wedding, The Game and his longtime girlfriend, Tiffany Cambridge, has suddenly called off the ceremony. Nine months after the elaborate proposal that was filmed at the elementary school where she worked, the west-coast rapper takes full responsibility for the cancel lation, claiming it was all his fault. The two were set to wed on July 28th, with a reality TW ST EEL THE GAME And Fiancee, TIFFANY CAMBRIDGE series surrounding their nuptials. The Game said that the cancellation is his fault. Usher's Stepson Kvle Glover Taken OH If life Support The stepson of Grammy award-winning pop star Usher has died, two weeks after the child was critically injured in a boating accident. Willie A. Watkins Funeral Home in Atlanta confirmed Saturday it was handling fu neral arrangements for nyear-old Kirk Glover. Glover was a son of Usher's ex-wife, Tameka Foster. It is reported that Kile died Saturday morning at an Atlanta area hospital. The boy was run over July 6 by a personal watercraft, KYLEGWVER And USHER according to the Georgia Department of Natural Re sources. He had been hospitalized with a major brain injury. Mariah Carev To Be Named BMIIcon At Urban Awards NEW YORK Reasons to court Mariah Carey as an American Idol" judge keep building: The pop star will be honored as a BMI Icon at the BMI Urban Awards. She'll receive the honor S ept 7 at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. The award is given to an artist who has in fluenced generations in the urban music scene. Carey is one of music's best-selling singers and is best known for her multiple No.1 hits. Mariah Carey performing in Monaco. Carey joins past BMI honorees like The Jacksons, James Brown and AI Green. Female Rap Pioneer Ms. Melodie Dead At 43 Rap pioneer and Brooklyn native Ms. Melodie, member of Boogie Down Productions, has died at 43. Born Ramona Scott, she was once married to iconic hip-hop artist, KRS-One. The cause of her death is cur rently unknown Ms. Melodie hit the sce ne in the late 8os as part of a group that was known for socially conscious rap. 1-{er first single "Hype Ac cording to Ms Melodie," de buted in 1988, and her first album Diva was released on MS.MEWDIE Jive Records a year later. She was featured in the legendary rap single "Self Destruction" and had a short cameo in Queen Latifah's "Ladies First" music video. Cammon's Cdo Pha...--11 Rumored To Be Enaaaed Facing Foreclosure It looks like Common has n t been check ing his mail back in Chicago. The rapper's ChiTown condo COMMON is under threat of foreclosure after he allegedly fell months behind on his mortgage pay ments. Common, who keeps a crib in LA, and his longtime manager, Derek Dudley purchased the pad in 2008. But according to Bank of America, they stopped mak ing the $2,285 a month mort gage payments in March and the bank decided to begin foreclosure proceedings. It's not likely Common is hard up fo. r cash. Besides a successful recording career (he dropped his latest album, The Dreamer The Believer late last year, and its "The Be liever," featuring John Legend, can be heard in a new Jeep ad campaign), the rapper born Lonnie Rashid Lynn is also a successful actor. The "So Sweet" rapper is reprising his role of Elam, a recently freed slave, in the second season of AMC's Hell On Wheels, which returns August 12th. Drake Buvs $1.1 Million Mansion Aubrey 'Drake' Graham, has a new place to call home. Drake just dropped $7.7 million on a new mansion in the Hidden Hills area of Los Angeles. The 25-year-old-who also happens to be "sittin' on 25 mil-" purchased the 7 bed room, 9 bathroom, ?,sao square-foot property, with lots of room to entertain. Drizzy's new residence fea tures a 24-seat movie theater, a gym, a spa/massage room, a wine cellar, and a game room, among other ameni ties. While others are suffering in this economy, the shifty real estate market helped Drake save himself a bunch of money. Even though he purchased the house for nearly $8 million, the amount is a $20 million drop from the $27 million stick er price. This year Drake has been heavy on his touring game, and has dabbled in the movie world. He recently wrapped up his Club Paradise trek, and appears in the fourth install ment of the Ice Age animated flicks, which grossed $46 million over the weekend. After making recent ap pearances with the mother of his son, artist and pro ducer Pharrell Williams is rumored to be heading to the altar. Pharrell and model, Helen Ladichanh were spotted on the red carpet during the premiere of The Dark Knight Rises in New York City. Ladichanh was sporting a sparkling diamond ring on her engagement finger. The PHARRELL WILLIAMS And His Girlfriend, HELEN LADICHANH quiet celebrity couple are parents to a son, Rocket. 'Dark Knight Rises Earns $160M "The Dark Knight Rises" was on track to earn $16oM. That amount would best the $158.4M debut of "The Dark Knight" in 2008 and give "Dark Knight Rises" the third-highest domestic weekend opening ever, after the 3-D films "The Avengers" with $207.4M and "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows-Part 2" with $169.2M. 'Dark Knight Rises' Ends Batman Franchise The release of Warner Bros.' movie "The Dark cess. The Time Warner-owned studio has generated world wide ticket sales of $12B from "Lord of the Rings," "Batman," and "Harry Pot ter"films. "The Dark Knight Rises" will be the last of the Batman series that began in 2005. Katharine Jackson Is RaponadiJ Missing, Presumed Sate KATHERINE JACKSON LOS ANGELESAuthor ities said Sunday they be lieve Katherine Jackson, the mother of Michael Jackson and the guardian of the pop legend's 3 minor children, is safe in Arizona with family members after she was reported missing. The disclosure came after another concerned family member officially reported her missing Saturday night amid a dispute over the es tate of her superstar son. A person familiar with Katherine Jackson's whereabouts said she is with her daughter, Rebbie in Arizona and following a doc tor 's orders to rest. Katherine's whereabouts caused concern for some family members in re cent days, and her grand daughter, Paris issued a frantic plea on Twitter early Sunday. "I haven't spoken with her MJ's Siblings Dispute Singer's 'Fake' Will Michael Jackson's siblings are claiming that the King of Pop's lawyer forged his signature on "fake will" months be fore Jackson's death. The will left 5 of Jackson's MICHAEL brothers and JACKSON sisters out of his inheritance. MJ's siblings have launched a new attempt to claim a share of his massive fortune by attacking his will as fake, flawed and fraudu lent' ahd arguing that his lawyers must have forged his signature. When the King of Pop died in 2009, he left all his millions to his mother, Katherine and children Paris, Prince and Blanket. C) m ...... U1

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Pres. ObaiDallslts Victims 11 Colorado Movie Theater Shooting President Barack Obama arrives with members of the Colorado Congressional delegation during a visit to the Univer sity of Colorado Hospital July 22, 2012 in Aurora, Colorado. Pres. Obama traveled to the University of Colorado Hosptial to meet with victims of last Friday's movie theater mass shooting. AURORA, Colo.-Despair all around him, President C Barack Obama on Sunda y ft offered hugs tears and the c nation s sympathy to sur Z vivors of the Colorado shoot ing rampage and to families ic( whose loved ones were shot dead. He looked for hope in W the heartbreak, insisting a i= brighter day will come for > the grieving and declaring ffi that "much of the world is Gj thinking about them. 0 In dramatic detail, Pres. w Obarna offered a glimpse inside the horror that took ::i place in the Denver-area movie theater early Friday, a. relaying a story he said spoke Z to the courage of young tij Americans. With two fingers j pressed to his own neck, :::1 Pres. Obama recalled how r:D one woman saved the life of irl a friend who had been shot by keeping pressure on a !Z vein that had "sta rted spurtW ing blood and by later help ing carry her to safety. c In private Pres. Obama ii: visited one by one with an g guished families gathered at 1L. a hospital and wounded patients recovering in intensive care. He emerged before the 1V cameras and kept his on the lives and of the fallen and the survivors, not the sole shoot suspect or his "evil act." "I come to them not so much as president as I do as a father and as a husband," said Pres. Obama, ad dressing reporters from a hospital hallway after his vis its. "The reason stories like this have such an impact on us is because we can all un derstand what it would be to have somebody we love taken from us in this fash ion." For a president nearing the end of his term and seek ing a second one, it was an other grim occasion for him to serve as national consoler in chief, a role that has be come a crucial facet of the job. National tragedies com pel presidents to show lead ership and a comforting touch -or risk a plummet ing public standing if they cannot match the moment. The massacre in the Au rora movie theater left 12 dead and 58 wounded. It also temporarily silenced a bitter campaign fight for the White House between Pres. Obama and Republican Mitt Romney. Both men were searching for the right time and manner to re-enter the political debate. Pres. Obama's stop in Colorado ,..which happens to be a key electoral state in the race came as he was about to shift into a mix of campaign fundraisers and official travel across the West starting Monday. Romney resumed political activities Sunday in California, where he courted Republican donors in three fundraisers in the San Francisco area. Beaconlight Masonic & Fraternal Supplies 40ft Bay Area One Stop Shop" Sis. Julia J. Folks. NR Owner 1909 E. Buseh Blvd. Tampa, FL 33612 190917Tampa, 33687 ........ Cell President Shares Storv lllero Who Tended To Friend In Theater Shooting Seconds after a gunman shot Allie Young in the neck in a crowded Colorado the ater, a friend, Stephanie Davies, pulled her into an aisle, put pressure on her wound and dialed 911. Young told her friend to run, but Davies refused. President Barack Obama gave that account Sunday night in Aurora, praising Davies and others for heroism amid chaos and bloodshed in the shooting that killed 12 and wounded ss. Shooting Survivors Recount Horror The women had settled in alongside others early Friday for a midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises ," the latest installment in the Batman series. Suddenly a gunman threw canisters only a few feet from where the pair sat. Young, 19, instinctively stood to act or warn others. A shot ripped into her neck. Pres. Barack Obama and Stephanie Davies, who pulled Allie Young into an aisle and put pressure on her friend's wound, saving her life. She collapsed, blood spurting from the wound, Pres. Obamasaid. Instead of running or hid ing, Davies, 21, pulled Young into the aisle and put pressure on the wound with one hand and dialed 911 with the other, Pres. Obama said. "I don't know how many people at any age would have the presence of mind that Stephanie did, or the courage that Allie showed;" the president said. They represent what's best in us and they assure us that out of this darkness, a brighter day is going to come. When the SWAT team ar rived, Davies helped carry Young to an ambulance. Because of Davies' ac tions Young is going to be fine, the president said. Pres. Obama flew to Au rora on Sunday evening and met with families at a local hospital for more than two hours before delivering brief remarks to the media. Colorado Theater Shooting Suspect Makes First Court Appearance AURORA, COLORADO The man accused of opening fire Friday in a packed movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, made his first court appear ance Monday, giving the pub lic its first look at the 24-year-old former doctoral candidate since his arrest. James E. Holmes, his hair dyed various shades of red1 looked downward, then straight ahead. He sat without blinking for long periods. At times, his eyes fluttered, then squeezed tight and reopened in a blank stare. Occasionally, his eyebrows arched over sev eral days of stubble, giving his face a mournful mien. But the man who identified himself to police as "The Joker,"' dressed in a maroon jumpsuit over a white T -shirt, gave little indication that he was paying attention to the courtroom procedure that en sured he will continue to be held without bond. He was then led from the courtroom and back to the Arapahoe County Jail, where he is being held in isolation. What Were James Holmes' Motives? "The charges on which the court found cause included first-degree murder," Arapa hoe County District Attorney Carol Chambers told reporters outside the court house. She said prosecutors The public gets its first glimpse of James Holmes, 24, the suspect in the Colorado theater shooting during his initial court appearance Monday, July 23, with his hair dyed reddishorange. have a lot of work to do. "I would say there's no such thing as a slam-dunk case," she said. "We're still looking at the enormous amount of evidence." Deciding whether to pur sue the death penalty is a long process and would involve input from victims and their relatives, she said. A capital case would re quire a finding of either ex treme indifference or deliberation, she said. Holmes is being held in connection with the Friday shootings that left 12 dead and 58 wounded, and the subsequent discovery of his booby-trapped apartment, which authorities believe he rigged before leaving for the Century Aurora 16 multiplex. Authorities have been tight-lipped about a possible motive in the case, and police spokesman Frank Fania told reporters late Sunday that Holmes has been unco operative with investigators and requested an attorney. Aurora is bracing for an other emotional week as fam ilies begin making funeral arrangements. It was not im mediately known when the coroner would release the bodies It also became clear that more people may have been killed if the gunman's semi automatic rifle had not jammed. Josh Nowlan suffered gunshot wounds but said he is happy just to be alive. "If that gun did not jam, I am full cer tain that I probably would not be here," he said Saturday from his hospital bed. A law enforcement source, who spoke Sunday with CNN on condition of anonymity, said the rifle jammed pecause of a prc;>blem with the 100shot magazine feeding it. The military-style AR-15 had a separately purchased drum magazine, which can have trouble feeding bullets into the firing chamber if the gun is fired rapidly, the source said. Investigators say the rifle was one of three guns used Friday by the suspect, along with a shotgun and a .40-cal iber pistol.

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.. -==--= --==-=::;::: ....... L =oc __ ... MRS. ALICE E. HICKS Homegoing services for Mrs. Alice E. Hicks of Tampa, who passed away on Monday, July 16, 2012, will be held Wednes day, July 25,2012, at 11 a.m. at Greater Friendship M. B. Church, 3325 E. Emma Street, Tampa, 33610, with Rev. Madi son Murray, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, Tampa. Alice Elizabeth Ford Hicks was born in Long Island, New York, on February 13, 1938. She was united in holy matri mony to Johnnie Hicks in Cutchogue, New York, and to this union was born four sons and one daughter. She was educated in the school system of New York. She loved living for Christ and served faithfully until her demise. Mrs. Hicks has resided in Tampa for 57 years. She worked at Verizon (formerly known as GTE) as a telephone operator for over 20 or more years and retired in 1993. Most recently she worked as a part-time recep tionist at St. Joseph's Hospital until her health began to fail. She was a dedicated member of (ireater Friendship Mission ary Baptist Church and was a member of the choir. Alice was a former member of Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church in Tampa. She loved to sing and years ago she loved sewing, dec orating, making flower arrange ments, and baking. She loved her family dearly and life and she always kept her faith in God and a positive atti tude. She was preceded in death by: parents, John Daniel and Mary Catherine Ford; husband, Johnnie Hicks; daughter, Mel onie Ann Hicks; sister, Mary "Sister" Riddick; and brothers, John Ford and Leroy Ford. She leaves to cherish fond and loving memories: sons, Johnnie "Cappy" Hicks, Jr., Danny Lee Hicks (Lorene), Charles Hicks and Allen Hicks, Tampa; granddaughters, Tameka Buie and Tericka Glenn, Tampa; grandsons, Rus sell (Alex) Gaines, Allen Hicks, Jr., Joshua Hicks, Gregory Hicks, Carlos Hicks, Reginald Butler and Connell Hicks, Tampa; great-grandchildren, Candace Crawford, Eylexis Everett, Zaderrin Glenn, Dia mond Smith, Smith, Jr., Alexis Gaines, Brittany Cham ber, Zania Buie and Myelle Atkin, Tampa; great-great grandson, Legend Lillie, Tampa; sisters, Ruth Hubbard (James), Peconic, NY, and Lillian Jones, Ford (Brenda), Jamaica, NY; sisters-in-law, Amanda Hicks, Tampa, and Beatrice Hicks, Birmingham, AL; and a host of nieces and nephews who live in New York, Connecticut, Florida, Alabama and other places; other relatives and friends, and Mrs. Gussie Alford, lifelong friend. The viewing will be held Tues day at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from 4-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Wednesday at t0:4fja.m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME BIRTHDAY BIRTHDAY Grease Fire ClOSeS East MEMORIAM MEMORIAM Tampa Bar-b-QUe BUSiness BENJAMIN LENARD FOWLER, JR. Happy 2151 birthday to my son, "PacMan." Love, mom and Brianna. IN MEMORIAM TERRY D. BOWLES 7/24 One year ago, you were called home. Perhaps my time seemed all too brief; don't lengthen it now with undue grief. Lift up your heart and share it with me, God wanted me now, He set me free. We love you and miss you "T." Your wife, Laura, family and friends. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MAYOLA RUSSELL WALKER 'MAE' 7/24/53 Instead of a card, we send our love. Instead of a gift, a prayer. To the one we thought the world of and miss beyond compare. Love, your daughters and grandchildren, Tammi and Asha, Kay, Dijonia and Monte. Let our &milytaloe care of) determine the cause of the fire and replace the burned equipment. Officials believe that the fire started during a lightning strike and Z power outage during a thunderstorm. ::! z m Free School Phvsicals And Immunizations Available r-m c: rr m ::! z Hillsborough County Public Schools and the Back-to-School Coalition of Hillsborough County are cohosting opportu nities for free physicals and im munizations on upcoming Saturdays. The free school physicals are available to any child entering a Florida school for the first time in grades kindergarten through 12. Parents or legal guardians must accompany their children at all times and immunization records are required for children to receive free immunizations The physicals are not avail able for sports, Head Start, or day care requirements The physicals can be ob tained on the following dates and locations: Saturday, July 28th, from 9 a.m. to noon, at Florida Hospital, Carrollwood, 7171 N. Dale Mabry Highway, walk-ins only. Saturday, August 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Ed and Myr tle Lou Swindle Medical Arts Center, 1601 W. Timberlane Dr., Plant City, appointment required. Saturday, August 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center, 3402 N. 22nd Street Immunizations will be done at the Harm grett building 2002 E 26th Avenue appointment re:::z:: quired. m Saturday, August 11, C from 9 a.m. to 1 p m., at Blake High School, Project UNK/St. m Joseph's Hospital, 1701 N. Blvd.; ?J appointment recommended, limited walk-ins C: accepted. m Saturday, August 11, C from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., SouthShore Community Re)> source Center, 20114th Avenue, Z SE, Ruskin, Appointment reC quired. Saturday, August 11, 0 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., Tampa General Hospital at Healthpark, 5802 N. 30th Street, (813) 8443247, walk-ins only. Saturday, August 18, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., University Area Community Resource Cen ter, 13601 N. 22nd Street, walkinsonly. 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Armed Robberv suspect Alleged Gang MeiDbers Sentenced To 113.5 Years Threatens To Electrocute Victims In Bathtub A 29-year-old man who was recently released from prison has been arrested again. He is facing several charges in a home invasion that took place late Friday night. According to police, two people were forced into the bathroom of an apartment during a home invasion. The suspect was armed with a semi-automatic handgun when he entered the unlocked apartment in Tampa Palms around 11 p.m. Friday. Two people were inside the apartment watching television when the man pointed the gun at them and demanded money. The suspect began ransacking the apartment looking for valu ables, police said. The suspect then ordered both of the occupants into the bathroom, police said. During this time, the KEVIN COLBY ELLISON ... Facing several charges victim was then ordered into the living room of the apartment and told to disrobe. He reportedly asked if there were any valuables inside the apartment, police said. cousin of one of the victims walked into the apartment 0 and he was also ordered into iE the bathroom. The female LL The suspect then brought her back to the bathroom with the other two victims. The suspect then made her get into the bathtub with her cousin. He allegedly forced them to turn on the water in the bathtub. The third vic tim was ordered to sit on the 0 z w c w ::z:: en ::::; m :::l a.. z i= w ..J ..J :::l m co ..,... GEORGE E. SHAW ,...------=8=-=-AI L BON OS Hillsborough County (813) 391-2493 Polk County 328 Dorsett Avenue (863) 440-3720 Lake Wales FL 33853 221-1800 1461 TIIDPI Park-Plaza @ NebraSka Ava. & scott St. The" r "9 cf 3 1J,, .cr s d:: s c" 5"1:,.: :: 3:: ... :::" J:.s :er-"'e"'5 Beo-c 1C. dec de 10s :o sc": .. :': .. "': .. ,a: o .. J.;: .. .. J :.: y: toilet, the victims told police. The suspect took a fan from the victim's bedroom, plugged it into a socket"and threatened to throw it in the tub with the woman and her cousin. The suspect reportedly told the woman that she had a contract out on her. He also asked the woman who could bring $1,000 to her apartment. When the wonian said a family member who lived in Riverview, the suspect said he wasn't willing to wait that long. He ordered the victims to stay in the bathtub, closed both doors, and fled the scene with more than $2,000 in cashand elec tronics, police said. The victims contacted police and during the investigation R. 0. C. officers received information that led to the identification of an East Tampa man. Officers responded to the 3300 block of E. Mohawk Avenue. Witnesses positively iden tified Kevin Colby Ellison as the suspect in the home invasion. When officers arrived at the residence, Ellison was not at home. Officers set up a surveillance of the resi dence and arrested Ellison several hours later, shortly before 2 a.m., Sunday. Police said Ellison denied committing the offense. He is currently being held without bond at the Hillsborough County Jail. He was charged with three counts of robbery home invasion, three counts of kidnapping with a firearm, two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, tampering with a witness, and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Records show that Ellison was released from the Marion Correctional Institution on June 11, 2012. Police said there was also a woman involved in the offense, but she has not been identified. The investi gation is continuing. DIJON V ANORD JOHNSON RUTHERFORD On Friday, Attorney General Pam Bondi announced that five alleged gang members were sentenced to a total of 70 years in prison and 64 years of probation for their participa tion in a violent street gang from North Tampa known as the "Cross Fletcher Hot Boys." The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office began inves tigating the Cross Fletcher Hot Boys" in 2009. The gang allegedly was dominating -the drug trade in North Tampa, and the gang's members were implicated in a number of homicides, armed robberies, and shootings. In late 2010, HCSO took 10 gang members into custody on racketeering and other charges. Dijon Johnson, 25, was sentenced to 10 years to be followed by four years pro bation, after pleading guilty to racketeering, conspiracy, JEREMIAH NEWSOME resisting officers with violence, and drug conspiracy charges. Vanord Rutherford, OUVER HODGES 25, Oliver Hodges, 28, MILTON Milton Smith, SMITH 25, and Jeremiah Newsome, 26 were found guilty by a jury after a three week trial in April and May of 2012 on charges of racke teering and conspiracy. Each was sentenced to 15 years in prison, followed by 15 years of probation The case was prosecuted through a partnership between the Office of the State Attorney and the: Attorney General's Office of Statewide Prosecution. To date, nine of the 10 arrested defendants have been tenced to a total of 113.5 years in prison and 65.5 years of probation. Slulwft 1Mo Vld...tln Nllk Mitdtell MIU M.cCtmlnlr MiUtluy-Ritp Group St. /f>lm$ Prograliw Pwdu Tum mul Mum Meu:lt Mor. PRI!EFOOD CHECKING VOTER STATUS* REGISTER TOVOT.E *INFORMATION/EDUCATION BY SVP.ERVISOR OFBLECTIONS CITIZENCOAUTION* CONTAct PEOPLE Knight(81J)4SJ-5690 n.o-Forwonl (8U)JJ4..5705 DomuJ Doupu (81J) 76041705 &ott Htu-4y (94J) 5JH677

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II LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER THE REVOCATION AND TERMINATION OF THE TAMPA HEIGHTS RIVERFRONT DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT RESOLUTION NO. 2012-680 In compliance with provisions of the Florida Statutes, Section 163.3225 of the Flor i da Local Government Development Agreement Act (Florida Statutes 2011 ), a public hearing has been schecjuled by the Tampa City Council to consider the termination and revocation of the Amended and Restated Tampa Heights Riverfront Development Agreement (hereinafter the "Development Agreemenr), entered into by the Parties to the Development Agreement in July 2006 The revocation and termination will be considered at a public hearing by the Tampa City Council beginning at 10:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as on August 2, 2012, at City Council Chambers, 315 E. Kennedy Boulevard, Third Floor, Tampa, Florida 33602 The general location of the property which is the subject of the termination and revocation is that property bounded by Ross Avenue on the north; the center line of the Hillsborough River on the west and south extending to Doyle Carlton Drive; North Boulevard on the west and Tampa Street on the east. The proposed termination and revocation are based upon the failure of the Developer of the Tampa Heights Riverfront Community Redevelopment Area to demonstrated good faith compliance with the terms of the Development Agreement. The terms of the Development Agreement called for the Developer to construct 1,900 residential units, 100,000 square feet of retail space, approximately 1 00 boat slips, and 160 000 square feet of office space. The Development Agreement also called for the Developer to, among other things: obtain rights-of-way from the City ; to make numerous infrastructure improvements, including platting and constructing new streets and alleys in order to reconfigure the development area; to complete major portions of the Riverwalk; to make improvements to Columbus Drive; and to obtain the funding to complete the improvements contemplated in the Development Agreement. Clear and competent evidence will demonstrate that in the six years since the Development Agreement has been executed, the Developer has failed to demonstrate good faith compliance w ith its obligations under the Development Agreement, including, but not limited to (i) its failure to meet the requirement that the Developer be in control of all of the parcels that would be a necessary prerequisite to develop the Tampa Heights Riverfront Project as contemplated i n the Development Agreement ; (ii) that the Developer has allowed the vacating ordinance (Ordinance No. 2006 159) to expire therefore forfeiting its ability to proceed with the reconstruction of the street gr i d as contemplated in the Development Agreement ; (iii ) that the Deve l oper d i d not comply with Section 27-323(6) City of Tampa Code ("Construction after rezoning"), thus, subjecting the Developer to any development regulations that have been approved since the Development Agreement was executed, making it unlikely if not i mposs i ble to develop the site as contemplated in the Development Agreement; (iv) that the Developer has not obtained permits necessary to proceed without sign i ficant delay; and (v) that the Developer has not demonstrated that it has the f i nancial ability to satisfactorily complete the project as bargained for in the Development Agreement, the zoning and the V i sion Book, all of which form, and are an integral part of, the Tampa Heights Riverfront Project as defined and agreed to by all of the Parties to the Development Agreement. At the conclusion of this public hearing, a second public hearing will be announced, and publicly noticed, thata second public hearing will be held by the City Council, at the conclusion of which, the City Council will be asked to take a vote to terminate and revoke the Development Agreement, if the Developer has failed to demonstrate by competent substantial evidence that it has met its obligations under the Development Agreement by October 12, 2012, (to take into consideration the 120 day cure period contained in Section 12 of the Development Agreement). If anyone decides to appeal any decision made by the City with respect to such hearing or meeting, he or she will need to ensure that a verbatim record of such hearing or meeting Is made, which record Includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal Is based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodation to participate In this proceeding should contact the City no later than forty-eight (48) hours prior to the proceeding at the address given In this notice. Phone No. 813-274-8397 INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING. SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES, CMC CITY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL DIVISION CASE NO. 292G-11-CA-G13078-A001HC DIV.H F. STEVEN SANCHEZ, and BARBARA J. SANCHEZ, Plaintiffs, ROSA ADAN MORET, and I DELIO VIERA, alkla YDELIO VIERA, Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated May 1, 2012, and entered in the above styled cause, wherei n F. STEVEN SANCHEZ and BARBARA J. SANCHEZ are the Plaintiffs and ROSA ADAN MORET and I DELIO VIERA are the Defendants, the Clerk of the Circu i t Court of Hillsborough County, Florida will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, pursuant to Administrative Order S-2011-029 on the 2nd day of August, 2012. the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment: A portion of Lots 2 and 3, Block 2, RIVERSIDE ESTATES (Corrected Map of Blocks 1,2, 12, 13,14 and 15), according to the Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 24, Page 28 of the Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida be ing more particularly described as follows : Begin at the Southwest corner of said Lot 3, Block 2 ; thence North 11 degrees 37' 00' West along the Westerly lot lines of said Lots 2 and 3 Block 2, tor a distance of 140.00 feet to the Northwest corner of said Lot 2 Block 2 ; thence North 82 degrees 59' 00' East along the Northerly lot line of said Lot 2 lor a d i stance of 50.87 feet; thence leaving said Northerly lot line of Lot 2, Block 2 along a line parallel to and 50 00 feet East of the Westerly lot line of said Lots 2 and 3, Block 2 South 17 degrees 37' oo East for a distance of 124.80 feet to the Southerly lot line of said Lot 3, Block 2 also being the Northerly right of way line of West Rio V i sta Avenue; thence along said Northerly right of way line of West Rio V i sta Avenue being a curve to the right and having an arc length o f 50.35 feet, a radius of 692.40 feet, a chord bear ing o f South 65 degrees 43' 22' West, a chord d i stance of 50 34 feet and a central angle of 4 degrees 09'59", to the Point of Beginning also being the Southwest corner of said Lot 3 Block 2 together with all ingr essleg r ess easement along the Northerly 15.0 feet of the following described property : A portion of Lots 2 and 3 Block 2 R IVERSIDE ESTATES (Corrected Map of Blocks 1, 2 12, 13, 14 and 15), according to the plat thereof recorded in P lat Book 24, Page 28, of the Publ i c Records of H ills borough County Florida being more part i cularly described as follows : Commence at the Southwest corner of sai d Lot 3, Block 2 ; thence along a curve to the left also being the Southerly lot line of sai d Lot 3, Block 2 and the Northerly right of way l ine of West Rio Vista Avenue, having an arc length of 50.35 feet, a radius of 692. 40 feet, a chord bearing of North 65 degrees 43' 22' East a chord distance of 50.34 feet and a central angle of 4 degrees 09' 59' to the Point of Beginning; thence North 17 degrees 37' 00' West along a line parallel to and 50 00 feet East of the Westerly lot lines of said Lots 2 and 3, Block 2, for a d i stance of 124.80 feet to the Northerly lot l ine of said Lot 2 Block 2 ; thence North 82 degrees 59' 00' East along the Northerly lot line of said Lot 2 Block 2 lor a distance of 67.64 feet to the Northeast corner of said Lot 2, Block 2, also being the Westerly ri ght of Wtflo/ line of North River Shore Drive; thence along said right of W8!f line and along a curve to the left having an arc length of 85 02 feet, a radius of 602.02 feet, a chord bear ing of South 19 degrees 17' 03' East a chord d i stance of 84. 94 feet and a central angle of 8 degrees 05' 28', to a point of reverse curvature ; thence along a curve to the right having an arc l ength of 21.24 feet, a radius of 15.00 feet, a chord bearing of South 17 degrees 10' 42' West, a chord distance of 19.51 feet and a central angle of 81 degrees 07' 37' to the Southerly lot line of said Lot 3, Block 2, also being the Northerly right of way l ine of West Rio Vista Avenue; thence along said right of W8!f line and a long a curve to the right having an arc length of 58.96 feet a radius of 692. 40 feet, a chord bearing of South 61 degrees 12' 00' West a chord distance of 58.94 feet and a central angle of 4 degrees 52' 45' to the Point of Beginning. Subject to an ingress/egress easement along the Northerly 15 0 feet of the property All sales are to be held on the 2nd FLOOR OF THE GEORGE E. EDGECOMB BUILDING, ROOM 201/202, located at 800 EAST TWIGGS STREET, in TAMPA, FLORIDA Bidding begins at 10;00 A.M. In the event of any temporary change of location, the Clerk will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale location directing the bidders to the temporary sale location. If you are a person with disabilities who needs any special accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Office of the Court Administrator, Hillsborough County Courthouse, 800 East TWiggs Street, Tampa, Florida (813) 276-8100 within two (2) working days of your receipt of this notice of sale. If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call TDD (800) 534-7777, or Florida Relay Servlces711. ;,. Dated this 13th day of Julx, 201.2.. PAT FRANK, Clerk of the Circuit Court -1 c: m en c c.. c: !:( N 0 .... N ., r-0 :!! en m z :::! z m .... m c: r r-gr z ., c: m r-u; % m c m < m -1 c: m en < ,.. z c ., lJ <

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N -0 N g II LEGAL NOTICE II II ;:::) -:r 0 CJ) w ;:::) ACCEPTING BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS .... 0 a: u.. 0 z c( 0 CJ) w ;:::) .... it w > w 0 w l: CJ) ::J m ;:::) a.. z ...J ...J ;:::) m ...J w z i= z w CJ) C a: 0 ...J u.. 0 N w a.: The Hillsborough Transit Authority (HART) will be accepting bids/proposals in the months of July and August for: RFP-142 Benefits Broker; IFB-12032CG -Streetcar Controller Rebuild; IFB-12028CG -Landing Pads & Bus Bays@ 24th Avenue; IFB-11742-Sidewalk Construction with 12 Landing Pads and Bus Bays @ 15th Street; IFB-11994Landing Pads at HCC South Shore Campus and IFB-11753CG -Landing Pads & Bus Bays @ Town & Country Hospital on Webb Road. Information pertaining to these solicitations will be available for download through our website at www.goHART. org I Business Opportunities I Open Solicitations. Inquiries to any solicitations should be directed to the specific Contract Specialist listed on each open solicitation. II EMPLOYMENT II II Job Opening Graphic Artist-Must Be Proficient In Photoshop Freehand And Quark Must Apply In Person At The: Florida Sentinel Bulletin 2207 E. 21st Ave. Tampa, Fl 33605 Wednesday & Thursday ONLY 8 a.m.-12 p.m. No Phone Calls Condo 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths Really Nice Spacious, Secure Tiled, Lots More Must See Won't Last Section 8 OK (813) 96G-8490 Apartment 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home 4 Bedroom/1 Bath CA/H, WID Hook-up Deposit Section 8 Accepted FOR RENT Water Front Condo 1 Bedroom In Gated Community Near 43rd Street And Hanna Avenue 4495.00/Monthly No Credit Check (813) 625-2061 North Tampa 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Townhouse Large Fenced Yard Ceramic/Carpet No Pets, WDH, CHA Section 8 Call (813) 453-0123 (813) 949-3482 ......... ------= ..... ---II National Motor Club Now Accepting Applications Online Or In Person For Full Or PartTime Service Representatives Felons Welcome (813) 389-0852 Workers Needed For New Pharmacy In West Tampa Must Be Hard Working Energetic Apply In Person 10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Monday Friday 1714 West Main Street 33607 The Kenny Rushing School Of Real Estate Investing Is Hiring Real Estate Telemarketing Sales Must Have Great Salesmanship Skills In House Lead Base High Pay-Outs Immediate Advancement Paid Training $24k$50k Start Immediately Call Basla McMurray At 813-675-7040 Extension 26 II FOR RENT II Vbor City Nice 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment $700.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Furnished Room With AIC And Cable $350.00/Monthly Call (813) 209-3289 II HOMES FOR RENT II Near 15th Street And 1 09th Avenue Large 3/1 House Newly Renovated Inside Washroom, CAH Covered Back Porch Huge Fenced Yard Tenant Pays Lights And Water Section 8 Welcome Rent $1,100.00 Deposit $450.00 (954) 3Q0-1002 Sulphur Springs Area Large 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Block Home Fenced, CHA $800 00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted (813) 503-5321 3019 North 38th Street 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths On Quiet Dead End Street CHA, Carport $875.00/Monthly $600.00/Security (813) 335-6688 3418 North 49th Street Section 8 Only 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, WDH, Fenced Yard Available Now (813) no-2003 (813) 735-5295 (813) 713-4055 Seminole Heights 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Totally Remodeled, WDH Close To Hillsborough HS $750.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 601-3101 Kenny Rushing Property Management 3723 Garrison Ave. 412 1906 E 19th Ave.412 3003 Cord St. 312 All Properties Are Move-In Ready Section 8 Approved Low Deposit Contact: Tonya Davis P: 813-675-7040 X 20 C: 813-526-4150 Handyman Special 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Spacious Fenced Yard $650.00/Monthly $300.00/0eposit Waived Call (813) 398-0992 2914 East 27th Avenue 5 Bedrooms/2 Full Baths CHA $1 ,300.00/Monthly $650.00/Deposit Section 8 Only Call Jonda (727) 32G-7310 Sulphur Springs 8503 North Alaska 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $1 ,050 00/Montly Available 811/12 Large Yard, CHA Section 8 Ok (813) 968-1168 1907 W. Palmetto Street 3/2-Home CHA, Deck, Carport Laundry Room Fenced Backyard $1 ,000.00/Monthly $1 000.00 Deposit Section 8 Only (813) 695-0324 Two -3 Bedroom/1 Bath 3005 Arrow Street Highland Pines 8315 Ave11ue Progress VIllage $925.00/Rent $?00.00/Deposit Section 8 (813) 789-0760 BLICATION DEADLINES Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. Friday EdHion Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED-ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1 Words And 60$ For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad

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