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;, ;r :)1 Celebrating 67 Years Bay > SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 67 NO 101 TUESDAY AUGUST 7 2012 24 PAGES 75C Dislricl's Teacher 01 The Year' Wins Hoodie Award SEE PAGE 3 Tampa leads Nation 'In Tax Returns Fraud SEE PAGE 2 Woman Charged w-Ith Stealing From ElderiV SEE PAGE 18 lEGACY FEllOWSHIP OF CHURCHES AID MINISTRIES CONVOCATION FEATURES KRUll FOR CHRIST EVENT The Legacy Fellowship of Churches and Ministries with Bishop Michael Lewis held its Holy Convocation last month at St. John Cathedral, Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Senior Pastor. One of the events for the youth was "Krunk For Christ," hosted by Elder Michelle Patty and King Cobra. Ministers and pastors who were there for the Convocation were, from left: Bishop John Neal, Bishop-designee Elder Michelle Patty, Bishop-designee, Sylvester Robinson, Bishop Michael Lewis, Bishop Andre Wright and Bishop Eric Mays. (Photograph by Julia Jackson)


i Features i Tallpalaads Nadon In Fraudulent Tax Returns Q en BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, a report from the 1Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration named the top five cities in which potentially fraudulent income tax returns were filed. The City of Tampa was first on the list. According to the report, the impact of identity theft on income tax refunds is significantly greater than the amount the Internal Revenue Services (IRS) dete'cts and prevents. The report stated that the IRS had detected 938,664 tax refunds that totaled $6.5 bil lion in fraud during the 2011 tax year. The report further stated that the IRS failed to detect more than $5.2 billion in potentially fraudulent tax refunds last year. The report stated the top e five cities with the potential ff to file fraudulent tax refunds Q were: z Tampa, 88,724 tax returns c( with $468,382,079; Miami, 74,496 tax returns Q with $280,509,449; Adanta, ffi 29,787 tax returns with ::: $77,113,392; 1Detroit, 23,870 tax returns with $74,313,933; and w Houston, 22,754 tax returns with $72,089,847bad 2,137 returns mailed to that address. A residence in Chicago, Illinois, came in second with 76,338 SENATOR returns BIU..NEI.SON mailed to one address. The Florida cities of Belle Glade, Orlando, and Tampa made up the final three addresses most used. The report also stated that the names and personal information of deceased indi viduals was used most often, followed by the elderly, citizens of U. S. Possessions (such as Puerto Rico and Vrrgin Islands). The suspects also used the identity of students between the ages of 16 and 22 to file false tax refunds and information per taining to children under the ageof14. U. S. Senator Bill Nelson requested the audit to deter mine the extent of the fraud. Senator Nelson bas introduced legislation to target tax refund fraud. This report was one of two requested to gauge the grow ing problem of tax fraud. The Federal Trade Commission has reported identity theft as the number one consumer complaint for 12 consecutive years. Q The report also named the w top five cities where a single m address was used. One :i address in Lansing, Michigan Former Head Stan Parents, Children And Stan InVited i ToMeetina uj Head Start/Early Head Start cordially invites all former Head z Start parents, children and staff to join the Hillsborough i= County Head Start/Early Head Start Alumni Association. The ffi meeting will be on Thursday Aug. 9 at 7 p.m. at the Head Start en Administrative Office, 3639 W. Waters Ave., Suite 500 in C Tampa. Come and share your success stories on how Head Start changed and shaped your life. ii: For more information about Hillsborough County Head 9 Start/Early Head Start, call 813-272-5140 or visit www.hills ll. Anornev Hopes ToMn New Trial-For Man Convicted 01 Manslaughter CHYVAS PEOPLES ... Serving 30 Years in prison BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Attorney Danny Casteel said when be accepted the case of Chyvas Peoples be was trying to correct an injus tice. He said he is not denying that his client caused the death of another person. Attorney Casteel said, "I think the facts are pretty clear. There is no question that be killed a man, be acted in self-defense. But, he never had a chance to testify and in a seif..:.c:lefense case, the defendant needs to testify." Attorney Casteel further stated that he is not aware of any self-defense case ever, where the defendant did not testify Peoples was repreMotorist Killed In Earll Morning Accident GEORGE T. DANIElS Tampa Police are investigating an accident that .occurred 1:58 a. m. Monday at Nebraska Avenue and 26th Avenue. According to reports, George T. Daniels, 47, was traveling north on Nebraska Avenue when be struck the median and lost control of his vehicle, send ing it into an electric pole Daniels was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounc ed dead. About twenty people gathered in front of the George Edgeeomb County Courthou.ee last Tueaday to bring attention to the cue of Chyvas Peoples. sented by a Public Defender and didn't testify based on advice from that attorney. Additionally, be said, "The "Stand Your Ground" defense was never invoked in the case. The public defender never filed a "Stand your Ground" motion." On October 8, 2006, Peop1es became engaged in a confrontation with 21-year old Kim Lawson. Lawson was stabbed during a fight in which several people were involved. He died as are result of his injury. Peoples was arrested for second-degree murder on October 8, 2006. A jury con victed him of manslaughter. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison on the manslaughter charge and 15 years on the weapon charge. His mother said his sentence is to run consecutively. His mother, Ms. Deborrah Peoples, said her son was only defending himself. The incident took place in the parking lot of Club Empire. She said that during the fight, several people started to beat her son. He had a small knife attached to his keycbain that he defended himself with against his attackers. Last week, Peoples' moth er, Ms. Deborrah Peoples, and his wife, Mrs. Kristy Peoples, held a rally in front of the courthouse. Peoples' 111111111 .... 111111.2112 EIICIIIIIII wife said she was in the park ing lot the night of the stab bing. "He was significantly outnumbered. The State presented evidence otherwise, but he was justified in defending himself. "We want people to help support us because any rea sonable person would defend themselves if they are in fear of their lives," his wife said. His mother said, "The pur pose of this rally was to bring awareness to the public of the injustice to Ch)'vas Peoples and the disparity of the "Stand Your Ground" law. How is it applied and who benefits from it? "Chyvas feels his case was not thoroughly investigated by law enforcement. There should be a new trial and an immunity hearing be held under the "Stand Your Ground" law. We still need the support of the communi ty," Ms. Peoples said. "We have several photographs of Chyvas that show injuries to his face that resulted from the altercation. Attorney Khristen Over prosecuted the case said many people testified in the case. She stated that an independent witness saw the incident and testified. Peoples has been in jail since his arrest in 2006. Re-Elect susan L Valdes b11St 14,2112 SCIIIIIBI ... 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features C! 1eacher 01 Year' Chosen As Hoodie Award Winner BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Earlier thi s year, Mrs. Yolanda Whitehead D:r:_iskell was among five fi nalists for the Hillsborough County "Teacher of the Year" Award She beat out her competition and was the presented the coveted award by the Hillsborough Educa tion Foundation. Mrs. Whitehead Driskell was nominated in the "Best School Teacher" category for the 2012 Steve Harvey Hoodie Awards Competition in May This past weekend, she walked awa y with the title of "Best School Teacher." The awards show was held in Las Vegas This was the w th Anniversary of the competi tion that solicits nominations in various categories through out the country. Mrs. Whitehead Driskell said Mrs. Micheline Barber, owner of Salon 1, nominated her for the honor. Mrs. Barber's team had won in the beauty shop category two consecutive Whitehead MRS. YOLANDA WHITEHEAD DRISKELL Wms "Best Teacher" Hoodie Award Driskell, 42, and se v e ral family members left Tampa Friday to attend the show. "It was exhilarating. I was sur prised because I had a feeling that I wasn't going to Win. I think I received so many votes because I had been chosen as the "Teacher of the Year" for the district. I think when people heard my name on the radio it just took off Mrs. Whitehead Driskell was sponsored by the Nielsen Research Com pany. She attended a lunch eon with other nominees and representatives from Nielson on Saturday. The competition was held Saturday night. A Tampa native Mrs. Whitehead Driskell gradu ated from Brandon High School and continued her ed ucation at the University of New Orleans. After graduat ing with a degree in Business Management, she enrolled at Nova Southeastern U niver sity where she earned a Mas ter's Degree in Mathematics Educati o n. Mrs. Whitehead Driskell became a member o f the Hillsborough County School District twe lve years ago She has taught mathe matics at Hillsborough High School for the past 12 years. She also coaches volleyball at the school. She is married to Duane Driskell and has 3 stepsons. She is a member of Bible Based Fellowship of Temple Terrace and enjoys shopping. There was one other win ner from Florida at the show. The Mount Zion Progressive Missionary Baptist Church of St. Petersburg won the Choir" Award. Mrs. Whitehead Driskell said her name was called first and then the church was chosen. "There were a lot of people from Tampa at show, she said. NAACP Request Meeting Concerning Elecdon Problells A local organization is re questing a meeting with the Hillsborough County Supervi sor of Elections. The organiza tion said it has received numerous complaints during the first week of Early Voting. Mrs. Carolyn Collins, President of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP, Ms. Yvette Lewis, the organiza tion s Political Action Chair man, and members of the Executive Committee sent a letter requesting the meeting with Dr. Earl Lennard, Hillsborough County Supervi sor of Elections. "It should be noted that there is the perception of questionable actions by the office. The relationship with the office has been a good one with Dr. Lennard and his staff; however, it should be noted that the Chief of Staff responsible for day-to-day op erations is also running for of fice. "This may create manage ment difficulties to a degree because of the failure to admit to problems. It should be noted that the problem is greater than the SOE and the SOE staff. These concerns in-MRS. CAROLYN COLLINS President of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP terfere with the successful im plementation of our VOTE," the letter said. Some of the concerns out lined in the letter include Cit izens registering as a Democrat and in the system as a Republican; and Citizens receiving an absentee ballot that they did not request and the SOE Office reveal a ballot without a signature. Other complaints includes Candidate's name left off a ballot; Names purged in error from the voting roll; Regis tered voters receiving letter of ineligibility and then receiv ing their cards and even ab sentee ballots. Mrs Collins said, "As important as the problems and the ethical concerns, the NAACP is asking the SOE Office to print the 13,000 former felony names in the paper to allow these individual to VOTE in the Primary (if reg istered, even in error since so many errors are occurring) and the General Election. Additionally, the office should use the air waves radio and television to en courage those citizens to know their rights have been restored and they are eligible to register and VOTE! The education of the citizens has been minimal at best, im provement is needed TODAY. "The NAACP understands many decision are statewide, but the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Election must assure the citizens of this county that he is in charge and is running an efficient of fice. We are not interested in repeating past problems again," she said. Mrs. Collins further stated that anyone who has encountered a problem should contact the NAACP at (813) 234-8683, fax, (813) 236-2248, or via www.hills borou&hnaacp.m:&. large Crowd Bids Farewell To Popular Athlete c )Ia c G) c en w ...... .... 1\) 0. J. MURDOCK 2/15/1987-7/30/2012 On Saturday afternoon, a capacity crowd filled the pews of Calvary Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church 10930 N. U. S. Highway 301. They came to bid farewell to a popular athlete who touched their lives in some capacity. Among those attending the funeral service of Oren thai James (O.J.) Murdock were close friends, former classmates from Mid dleton High School, former coaches, and members of the colleges and universities the young man attended. They all shared their spe cial memories of the young man described as the greatest athlete from Hillsborough County in a long time. Murdock died last week at the age o f 25, from an ap parent self inflicted gunshot wound. He was located i n his car across from the Middle ton High School football field last Monday. Murdock was transported to Tampa Gen eral Hosp i tal. He w as p r o nounced dead at 10:43 a .m. Murdock was a standout athlete who excelled on the football field as well as in track. He graduated from Middleton High School in 2005. At the t ime of his 0 death he was a member of :!! the Tennessee Titans. He was the recipient of en numerous awards and com-m mendations. Murdock is survived by his parents Z Kelvin Murdock and I!! 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Subscriptions-$44.0<>-6 Months Both Editions: $87 .00-Per Year Both Editions. Gerard Robinson In Wonderland F or weeks to come, outsiders will wonder why former Florida Education Commissioner Gerard Robinson abruptly pulled up and headed for the hills. Though his office, the State Board of Education was patently on fire, what with a popular upheaval against FCAT and other DOE bugaboos, the smell of smoke had become a regular aroma around the Rick Scott camp. In essence, everybody was on fire. So, Commissioner Gerard, what was the big deal? Like the Cheshire cat in 'Alice In Wonderland,' Gerard just grinned and said as little as possible. &L Neither Cheshire cat nor Superman could ignore c the growing disgruntlement most parents, teachers, and school students felt for FCAT, a relic from former >governor Jeb Bush and former president G. W. Bush, which promised to leave "no child behind." However, en not only did it leave millions of children in the dust, but it also left countless schools in the dust with them. 1And where was Gerard Robinson during that melee? Some say he'd taken on a new nickname: Call W him "SPEAK NO EVIL; SEE NO EVIL, AND HEAR Gj NONE!" Not only did the State's new Education c Preppy not see anything wrong with an FCAT -octopus, but his outlook seemed to be "paiQ. is progress." en So, why did the Cheshire cat who simply grinned ::::J when asked why his tail was on fire, tail between his legs and head for home? L The answer is simple. Being a Cheshire cat with 'Alice In Wonderland' is one thing. But being an Eduw cation Czar with Governor Rick Scott is far worse. ..J ..J ;::::) RomnaJ's Rich To Plan Is No Surprise m ..J w z i= plash! Independent tax analysts predict Republican ffi presidential candidate Mitt Romney's plan to re en duce income taxes by 20 percent for all income levels will only benefit the rich while reducing the income of a: the middle class. And from the midst of America 0 comes a big yawn. Pardon us, but we are not surprised because early in his campaign, Romney stated he was not concerned about the "poor." So, the possibility that his tax-plan would hurt middle-America comes as "no biggie." In all fairness though, why would billionaire, antiunion, casino owner Sheldon Adelson pump $10 million into Romney's Super PAC/"Restore Our Future" war-chest with a pledge to contribute up to $100 million more to defeat President Obama, if a deal had not been made between Romney and the super-rich? Have you ever wondered why Wall Street executives now pump money into Romney's campaign after having once supported President Obama's bid for the presidency in 2008? The answer is clear. Rich business owners and seven-figure corporate executives oppose President Obama's support of the Dodd Frank Act, which creates tighter regulation of the banking and financial industry and increased protection of consumers. Mitt Romney is betting that such movers and shak oo:t ers are the independently super-rich. We are betting, w however, that such movers and shakers are the across-the-board citizens and voters of America. In deed, the soul of America is up for grabs. .. :1 [.J; n Btl iS 1111 Ita 1 Ml; m 1 :ntl ;.1 a a an 111 ora 111 a I U. S. SENATOR SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 1 I Bill Nelson Susan Valdes I I I I STATE REPRESENTATIVE SCHOOL BOARD DIST 3 1 1 DIST. 61 Cindy Stuart I I Betty Reed I I STATE REPRESENTATIVE DIST. 63 1 No Recommendation I SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS Thomas Scott COUN1Y COMMISSIONER DIST. 2 Victor Crist CIRCUIT JUDGE GROUP 14 MarkWolfe COUNJYCOURTJUDGEGR0UP3 AnnOber COUN1Y COURT JUDGE GROUP 4 Barbara Twine SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 5 Doretha Edgecomb I SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 7 Joe Robinson I I I I PRECINCT COMMITIEEMEN : PRECINCT 209 Howard Harris, Jr. PRECINCT 633 William McBride, Jr. PRECINCT 325 Molbert Scrivens I I I I I I I COUN1Y COURT JUDGE GROUP 12 PRECINCT 651 I Matt Lucas No Recommendation I ---------------------------


C! m to its natural state, it reCOlliS TO T:IIIPIIUUUS110 ,.. minded self-conscious, mis. educated Black folk of what The public is in-ton's visit, and on C truly lies beneath their own vited to join five disilie liberation of facades. tinguished scholars Tampa's slaves. ,:-I What iliese delusional when iliey visit Distinguished hisbeauty experts didn't underTampa Friday, Autorians participating .... stand (and probably never gust 10, 2012. They in ilie lecture are: ........... 111111Years ago, I caught my daughter, who was three at the time, walking around the house with a towel strategi cally placed on the top of her head. When I asked her its purpose, she proudly replied, "It's my hair daddy." At that moment, I knew I'd failed. I didn t do a good job of protecting my child's mind from the same brainwashing that destroyed the iliinking of so many little Black girls who came before her. She was barely potty trained and already imagin ing herself with the kind of long, flowing hair iliat would be impossible for her to grow considering boili of her par ents come from a long line of that nappy, kinky stuff. It was obvious that at some point when I wasn,'t looking, some body tricked my daughter into believing that straight hair was a key component of :\leautywhile her tiglttly curled locks were tn be ashamed of and Sadly, iliose same trick sters, who were so influential back then, were out in full Lauer To Edhor: force last week after 16-yearwill) was that ilie most emwill discuss how TallahasSee Commuold Olympian Gabby Dou-barrassing part for iliem wasAfricans migrated nity College Profes-glas became ilie first Black n't Gabbys hair. It was ilie into ilie Americas as sor/Historian/and woman in history to win a way iliey allowed Black selfearly as 1513, and ArchivistofilieRiley gold medal in an all-around hate to manifest itself on ilie how iliey signifiMuseum, Dr. An-gymnastic event. international stage. cantly contributed to BOOKER T. thony Dixon; Instead of focusing on her When I caught wind of ilie foundation of WASHINGTON Florida A&M Univictory and allowing ilie what was transpiring, all I Florida's history. versity History and young gymnast to bask in ilie could do was shake my head Titled "A Route In Political Science De-moment like oilier gold in disappointment. To me it Search Of Roots: The Power partment Chair, Dr. David medal-winning athletes, some spoke volumes about where Of A Greater Vision", the leeJackson; Florida A&M Hispeople took to their twitter we stand as a people that ture is free and open to the tory Professor, Dr. Titus accounts with the sole purGabbys mane, and not Ser-public. It will be held Friday, Brown; Florida Memorial pose of criticizing Ms. Dou-ena Williams' "Crip-WalkAugust 10, 6 8 p.m. at ilie University Professor of His-glas about, of all things, her ing" dance after her own gold H.O.P.E. Center, 4902 N. tory, Dr. Tameka Hobbs; hair. And, the worst part was medal winning perfonriance, 22nd Street (directly west of and Sergeant Major (re-that a bulk ofilie insults came received the most criticism. George S. Middleton High tired) Jarvis Rosier, lead cofrom ilie most unlikely of Once again, Blacks in School). Doors will open at ordinator of ilie Florida sources, her own people. America put on a grand dis-5:30p.m. United States Colored Troops Apparently, the fact that play of ignorance for the A local focus will be on ilie (USCT) 2nd Infantry Regi-Gabby sweat out her perm world to And the craziest 1ooili anniversary of Booker ment Reenactment Unit. Dr. while achieving one of the thing about it all is that, when T. Washington's March 4, Will Guzman, director of ilie rarest of accomplishments we're not taken seriously, we 1912 visit to Tampa, when he Office of Black Diaspora Cuiwas too much for some Black nave the nerve to wonder addressed a crowd of 2,000 ture at Florida A&M, is project people, mainly women, to why? Blacks and whites at the scholar. bear. To them, there was no Anyone wanting to contact Tampa Bay Casino. Sponsors of the August 10 excuse for allowing her nappy Clarence Barr can reach The public is also invited' to program are VIV,A Florida kitchen to1>e exposed. ... him at: Barr, II, join the scholars an.Q hosts at 500, the Florida Humanities :.r wig, glted :f'; (). -Box the Casind's fPJant Cohncil, ilie V, John G. Riley sewn, a scan, a helmet; any 7007;--;Marianna, FI,. Park t\f the Unwersity of House & Museum, ilie Robert thing woula have been better 3244 R.ealilfl Ori Boulevard at W. Saunders LibrarY Founda-than letting her beadie bees Ice is by the Florida SenHyde Park Avenue) at 4 p. m. tion, Inc., Long & Associates show Not because they tinel Bulletin Publishing August 10 for a brief historical Architects and Engineers, Inc. wanted her to look her best, Company. ,, presentation on Washing-and Bible Truth Ministries. ., Citizen Responds Tolener From Chiel Jane castor I c m Tampa police Chief Jane Castor's letter, printed in the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, on Friday July 27, 2012, was a craftily orchestrated, below the belt attempt to absolve herself her Tampa police department, of their role in the death of 16-year-old Javon Neal. Castor should be put on notice that while there are people, in the African com munity, who will be suck ered and hustled by the tricky language in her aforementioned letter, there is a sector of the African community made up of individuals who are too intelligent to fall for her flim-flam. Castor should know that her skullduggery serves only to betray African working class and African working poor peoples' trust and belief in any and every statement made by her or her Tampa Police Depart ment, concerning Javon's murder and further under mine even the notion of es tablishing and maintaining a genuine, principled rela tionship, based on preserving the dignity and safety of all citizens, between the Tampa Police Department and the African citizenry they claim to serve. Before responding to specific points of Jane Cas-tor's gas-lighting memorandum, it is important to establish a few general, irrefutable facts. Under Jane Castor's leadership, the Tampa Police Department sent Gregory Pryor, who killed Carlos Laboy, an unarmed man less than a year ago (August 24, 2011) to Central Court Apartments, in re sponse to a call about' shots fired. Javon Neal did not shoot or injure anybody, before or after Tampa po lice officers laid siege to Central Court Apartments, on Sunday, July 22, 2012. Javon Neal, like all of us, should be presumed in nocent until proven guilty. Javon Neal, if he had committed a crime, had the right to a court date. Lastly, and most importantly Javon Neal had the right to live. In her letter, Jane Castor attempts to impress upon readers the upstanding moral character of the Tampa Police Department, saying that she and the sol diers she commands "are committed to preserving life ... Where was Jane Cas tor's well pronounced com mibnent to preserve life when she made the decision to send Gregory Pryor, who killed an unarmed man less thail 12 mon:ths ago, back into the African community, with his smok inggun? And, what kind of genuine commibnent to pre serve life permitted Jane Castor's police officers to shoot down a 16-year-old boy and, without offering him any life preserving as sistance, casually walk back and forth over him, while he lay on the concrete dying? Jane Castor mentioned "black-on-black crime," in her letter, as if it is some how connected to the sub ject of Javon's death. Here, it suffices to reiterate that Jane Castor and her police officers are exclusively li able for Javon's murder. JaneCastorandtheactlons of her police officers are the reason Kethessa and Javon's parents, are preparing to buy Javon grave clothes, now, instead of school clothes, not so called black-on-black crime." Jane Castor can't do enough finger-pointing to erase that fact. Police occupation of our communities too often translates into psychological abuse, stirs up numerous incidents of police harassment and police brutality, begets excessive ar re8ts, and provokes fatal situations like the ones that occurred, in Tampa, on Au gust 19, 2009 and June 29, 2010. And for what? Exces sive policing does not end crime -if it did, Tampa's African communities would be low crime areas. Economic development is the only logical solution to crime. The reason why affluent communities are low crime areas is economic viability, not over bearing police presence. Instead of putting the money Tampa police confiscate from drug and drop activity into the police pockets, place 'it into a com munity fund, to be used as determined by the people, from the community it came from. Instead of gi-v ing the city mayor, who has a $15o,ooo.oo/year salary, a SUV confiscated, from a drug bust, give it to a mother or father whose family needs it. Cut the nearly 200 inillion dollars of tax payer money given to the police every year in half and put the other half in the com munity fund to be used for the peoples' progress and prosperity. Then we can draw practical, common sense conclusions whether economic developmentor police containment works most effectively to preserve life and prevent crime. m In a December 2009 Tampa City Council meeting, less than three months after she was named police c! chief, talking about police m work, Jane Castor said "you have to deal with the worst elements of society :. with the suspects and de-Z fendants in these cases," C not people who have been convicted of a crime, but rather people who simply "fit the description -"peo-ple like you and me." This disposition of dis dain, expressed by Jane Castor, ultimately mani fested itself in the slaying o Javon Neal, not the ab stract commibnent to pre serve life, of which she speaks. In the interest of preserv-ing the lives of African men, women and children in Tampa, we demand the im mediate resignation of police chief Jane Castor, the immediate termination o police officers Gregory Pryor and Shannon Murphy and the immediate end of police occupation o Tampa's African communi ties. UFE Director Of Organization Black Peoples i Advancement & Defelise Organization c.n


Wedding Annlversarv MR. JAMES And MRS. ELLA SALLINS Wishing my best friend, the wonderful father of our children and the greatest husband, a happy 45th anniversary. Love, Ella. ***** Happy anniversary Uncle James and Aunt Ella. Love, Mrs. Mikisha Graves. FYI a: u. c z cc c U) w :::) .... w iii c w X U) ::::i m :::) a. z ..J ..J :::) m ..J w z i= z w U) cc c a: 0 ..J u. co w CJ 111-Cins Reunion-101-'801 The All-Class Reunion of the from the '70s and '8os will meet on August 19, 2:30 p. m., after church at the Open Cafe. The purpose of the meng is to continue planning for the reunion. For more information, call (813) 743-8779 TwiCI-IIaTI Cit II .... II IIIII More than 6oo employees could face layoffs from two companies in Hillsborough County. The companies announced their plans to reduce their staffs last week. Pemco World Air Services, Inc., announced that it will reduce its staff by 474 employees between August 1 and August 15th. The company provides commercial aircraft maintenance and repair serv ices at two hangars at Tampa International Airport. Headquartered in Tampa, Pemco filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection earlier in the year. This is not the first lay off for the company. Nearly 200 employees operating on MacDill Air Force Base will lose their jobs if a defense contract is not renewed for Science Applica tions International Corp. The Science Applications International Corp. contract ends September 30th. If the contract is not chosen for re newal, approximately 200 people will be laid off, the company stated in a notice filed with the State's Department of Economic Opportu nity. The company has government contracts and employs nearly 40,000. Local Communitv Invited To Ramadan Dinner BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, Ramadan is celebrated by Muslims worldwide. Ramadan is a time when Muslims abstain from food, drink, and other activities to recognize a time to purify the soul, refocus attention on God, and practice self-sacri fice. Muslims are called upon to use this month to re-evaluate their lives in light of Islamic guidance. During Ramadan, every part of the body must be restrained. The tongue must be restrained from backbiting, and the eyes from looking at JARVIS EL-AMIN unlawful things. The hand must not touch or take anything that does not belong to it, and the feet must refrain from going to sinful places. On Sunday, August 12th, The AlhamduLillah Dawah Center will invite everyone to join them for "Jftar With The Muslims," a dinner and gathering of Muslims and orthodox people from all over the country. Everything is free, and invited guests include all elected officials and board members. The dinner will be held at 8 p. m. at the HOPE Center, 4902 North 22nd Street. Jarvis El-Amin said Ramadan .began more than 1.400 years ago, and is a very sacred event. "By inviting the community to this Ramadan event, it will give them an opportunity to know what Ramadan is all about, and the spiritual ben-efits of fasting. "The fasting is for 30 days where there is a total cleansing of the body, and by the end, we will have read the entire Koran." El-Amin said Ramadan must be observed during daylight hours, and there is no food, water, or activities during that time. "You don't have to be Muslim to attend this din ner," said El-Amin. "We think it's important to share this sacred day with others, and try to pass on the wisdom gained over centuries of celebrations. We also want to teach people what Ramadan is all about, and how it will benefit them." 'Being In Prison Is Not Something To Brag About' BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer In 1977, Michael Uttle was convicted of sexual bat tery. In 1981 at the age of 24, he was sentenced to 30 years in prison. Little insists he was wrongfully convicted, and is putting together a wrongful conviction complaint. "Before I went to prison, I was on the streets in the Central Park Village area, and wasn't really interested in attending school. "Like a lot of the young men at that time, I was trying to help support my family by doing the only thing I knew how to do, and that's hustle." Little is still bitter about his incarceration, but praises his family for staying in contact during his entire incarcer ation. "My sister, Venola Woods, made sure I knew what was going on outside and Michael Little and his sis ter, Venola. .she was instrumental in keeping me up on what was going on with tpe family. "I never thought I'd spend 30 years in prison. My Mom worried a lot, but I knew I'd be getting out soon." Little said he wants to talk to as many young people as he can as a mentor. "They can listen to all the stories they want, or even talk to someone who has spent a few years in prison or said little. "After spending 30 years in prison, I think I have a lot of 3 Free Professional Grant Writing Workshops The West Tampa Community Development Corporation and The National Institute for Strategic and Tactical Planning will host three free profes sional grant writing workshops in basic grant writing on the dates and locations below. On August 17, 2012 from 2 p. m. to 3:30 p. m. at the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, 1002 East Palm Av enue. On August 18th, the workshop will be held from 4 p. m. to 5 p. m. at the West Tampa Ubrary, 2312 West Union Street. On August 22nd from 2 p. m. to 3:30 p. m. at the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, 1002 East Palm Av enue. Staff, administrators, board members of non-profits, faith based organizations, gov-ernment agencies and other tax-exempt status organiza tions should attend at least one of these workshops. At the workshops, you will. learn how to describe the dif ferent types of grants; describe the different types of grantors; identify research tools available to the grant seeker. De scribe the fundamental of grant writing; describe the proposal writing process; describe concept paper, letter of intent, and letter of inquiry process, and identify grant terms. For more information, contact Michael Randolph at (813) 857-7657 Seating is lim ited. Please e-mail at wefind &rants@aol.com to confirm a seat and to attain an invitation and workshop packet. No one will be admitted without an invitation. advice to offer them, and keep them away from this life. Prison isn't a nice place, no matter how tough you think you are. It is full of bad people, bad prison guards, and you're confined to a bad place. I actu ally spent 18 years of my sentence confined to my cell." little said it's important to him that he makes a difference in the lives of as many young people as he can. "While I was in prison, I kept seeing the young guys coming in on drug charges," said little. "I tried talking to them then, but for them who only served a few years, I could tell they weren't listening. The ones looking at the long sentences are beginning to see what it's all about." little said that's why it's important that he be put in a position where he can look them in the eye, and explain to them that prison isn't a place to be proud of. "Spending time in prison isn't something to brag about, or be proud of. It's not some thing you want to walk around talking to people about. "Going to prison runs any chance you might have of liv ing a normal life, and it makes it that much tougher for you to find legitimate work. I thank my family for helping me, and I expect to be working in the next few months." little said young people need to stop using the excuse of needing to survive as an ex cuse for going to prison. "I often hear that the young guys don't care about anyone or anything. I can tell you this for sure. After they get to prison, they find out they aren't as tough as they thought, and they get humble real quick. "They can't scare or intimidate anyone in prison, because most of the guys in there know they will never get out, and they don't mind killing you if you cross them." Mavor To light Downtown Bridges Mayor Bob Buckhom will light the downtown bridges on Friday, August 10, 2012 at 8:15 p.m. A screening of the "The W'uard of Oz" will immedi ately follow the lighting cere mony on the great lawn at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park. "Celebrating the Hillsbor ough River and our historic bridges is an opportunity to showcase downtown's best as sets. Thanks to TECO, the Hills borough River will never look better and our future, never brighter. "Join me, bring your family, and after the lighting of "Agua Luces," enjoy one last summer movie in Curtis Hixon Water front Park," Mayor Buckhom said. The five bridges that will be lit as part of the "Agua Luces" bridge lighting are: Platt Street Bridge, Brorein Street Bridge, Kennedy Boulevard Bridge, CSX Bridge, and the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway's Hillsborough River bridge The lighting and movie screening are free and open to the public. Food truck vendors and Kahwa coffee will also be on site at 7 p.m. The Tampa Down town Partnership will provide free glow in the dark accessories for kids. Those planning to at. tend are encouraged to bring blankets, low-back chairs and picnic baskets. The screening of "The W'uard of Oz" is produced by the City of Tampa and the Tampa Downtown Partnership, and is sponsored by Kahwa Coffee, MAGIC 94.9, Tampa Bay Times and tbt. Tampa Electric and Peoples Gas is the founding sponsor of "Agua Luces." The Tampa Hills borough Expressway Authority sponsored the lighting of the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway's Hills borough River Bridge. For more information, please visit tam= pa&Qy.netfA&uaLuces.


Soaps/Horoscopes BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Hope gives Liam stipu lations for their pending reconciliation; Bill begins to regret something he did in Italy; sparks fly between Steffy and Liam as they enjoy a morning of fun in the sun together. Rick sup ports Hope's decision; Katie gives Liam a piece of her mind; Steffy warns Brooke that Hope's actions could lead to losing Liam forever; Hope warns Steffy to stay away from Liam while he works on his relationship with Hope. Steffy takes some time off of work to focus on ending the love triangle involving her, Liam and Hope; Rick attempts to dissuade Hope from recon ciling with Liam; Marcus and Dayzee reflect on the paths they took that brought them together. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-No updates available. GENERAL HOSPITAL -John McBain finds himself in trouble with the law; Sonny's concerns about Trey continue to escalate; Jason is not willing to stand by and let Elizabeth get hurt. Johnny is determined to figure out what secret Starr is keeping for Trey; Carly becomes a witness to the destructive side of Todd Manning; Olivia may suffer the side effects of being drugged. Sam confides in Kristina about what she feels for John McBain; Joe Jr. makes an offer to Johnny; Lulu sud denly becomes ill. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Christine vows to help Paul while an uninvited guest crashes Jack and Nikki's recep tion. Restless Style 1V" premieres; Abby blasts Sharon, while Billy's story unnerves Phyllis. Nikki and Sharon clash over Vic tor's absence, while Billy searches for dirt on Ph yllis HOROSCOPES Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)Innovation can be profitable; get more than expected. You may need to explain toa loved one that boring priorities like food and shelter come before toys. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -A family member is trying to convince you. Encourage creative thinking You may not agree with it all, but your support is worth gold. You see opportuni ties they can't. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Establish the rules. Intellec tual dealings provide success, although something doesn't go as planned. There's a possibility for error, so v erify everything. There's more money coming in. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Don't try to solve the pro blems with money. There's a lucky break. You get farther with help from friends. Learn a lot from an in-depth talk. Others ask your advice. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -You may have to give up something for possible expansion. Good documentation saves time and worry later on. Gold and glitter suit y ou Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Manage your energy carefully. All is not as it appears to be. You can solve the puzzle and gain more than expected for an amazing disco very Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Add to your collection. Go for the prize. Looks lik e comfort is not a problem now. Get a partner to help Don t pay more than your share. Explore work possibilities. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)A change may be required. A vacation would be nice. Think about where you want to go. Friends help you advance. Ask for and receive high pay. Aries (March 21-April19)Avoid risks. A rested mind makes better decisions, so take it easy. It' s a good time to launch partnerships, though Work could interfere with travel. Ask for assistance. Taurus (April2o-May 20)Confer with your team. A surprising development inspires action. Invite suggestions, align on a course and take powerful action. Word travels fast. Sing the praises of others. Gemini (May 21-June 20) Conditions are unstable, yet you have the support you need. The enthusiasm of others lights you up. What seems sudden has actually been planned. Do a thorough job. Cancer (June 21-July 22)Step outside the box to in c rea se efficiency. Search for new resources. Do part of the work yourself Then leap for joy! There's more work coming in. Sgt. and Mrs. Clarence (Joyce) Smith were among the football. fans at the Tampa Bay Bandits-Washington Federals game. Urschell Howard and Gwendolyn Dixon were united in holy wedlock by the uncle of the bride, Rev. C. D. Dixon ofWinter Haven Park, FL. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Noel attended the Breath of Life Crusade. ., 5 l:J en m z m rm c The Omegas held their annual Mardi-z Gras Ball at Curtis Hixon Hall. Winners l! of the best costumes were Emma Hunter m and Robert Reese. C m c m :5! c! m ;;c: c ., l:J g ;;c: Jonta Lamar Mention, Sophia Renee Stephens, Duke Boss, Lenora Covington and Dorothy Thomas attended the Martin Luther King Complex Community Picnic. .....,.


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Local First Baptist Church 11 College Hill Welcomes Rev. Milton Biggham REV. MILTON BIGGHAM BYGWENHAYES Sentinel Editor He may have received his national notoriety with the recordings of the Georgia Mass Choir and then with the making of the movie, "The Preacher's Wife" with Denzel Washington and the late Whitney Houst.on. But back here in Tampa, Rev. Dr. Milton Biggham's no toriety goes back to the 1960s, when he was an organist at the New Mt. Zion M. B. Church for several years be fore taking off to join Savoy Records as an executive. Rev. Dr. Biggham, a native of Winter Haven, will be in Tampa over the week end at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th St., Rev. Dr. S. Evan Burrows, Senior Pastor. The church's Music Department is sponsoring him in concert Saturday evening, August 11, 2012, at 6 p. m. He will be joined by several choirs in the community. Rev. Dr. Biggham, Rev. Dr. Arthur T. Jones, Rev. Dr. Earl B. Mason, Sr. and others founded the Florida Mass Choir in the late '7 os. Mass Choirs began to spread across the country like wildfires There was the Geor gia Mass Choir New Jersey Mass Choir Mississippi Mass Choir Dallas/Ft. Worth Mass Choir, New York Restoration Chicago Mass and possibly others that were under Biggham's direction. For nearly 20 years, Rev. Biggham has been pastor of Mt. Vernon Missionary Bap tist Church in Newark, New Jersey. He went from playing the piano there to the pulpit as the pastor-: His work as an artist, pro ducer, director, and song writer thrust him in the limelight with several gospel artists that he either worked with or performed with He is credited with discovering Kirk Fnlnldin and Donnie McClurkin. Elvira Pinder, Minister of Music at First Baptist Church of College Hill states, "The Music Department of First Baptist Church of Col lege Hill is excited about hav ing Rev. Biggham return to the area in which he started, to be in concert with First Baptist." She met Rev. Biggham in the '70 when she and her family returned to Tampa following her hus band's military duty. Wendell Robinson, Choir Director at-large at First Bap tist, also worked with Rev. Biggham for several years. "It s a great opportunity for several ministries in the Tampa Bay area to come to gether and work as one, he said. FRIENDLY M.B. CHURCH 1901 CENTRAL AVE. TAMPA, Fl 33602 # 813-223-4049 ANNUAL FAMILY & FRIENDS DAY SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 2012 11A.M. W E WOULD LIK E T O WELCOME ALL T O COME AND WORSHIP WIT H US IN CELEBRATION AND FELLOWSHIP IN THE LORD. PASTOR Rev. Jo1.NE MLLER SISTER. KATHERINE Ml.LER Girls Step To 'Stop The Violence' "T1 Members of the zot2 "Stepping To Victory Girls Step Team" shown front row, from left to 6 right are: Delaysia Straughter, Tralexia Hamption, and Sedricka Washington. Shown on the :::00 middle row, from left to right are: Diamond Douglas, Ariyon Rodgers, Thatiana W'tlson, Dar reneisha Straughter, Ralisha Ming, and Raniyah Ming. Shown on the back row, from left to : right are: Zekayla Hartfield, Ciara Stone, Jameisha Leggett, Shericka "Tootie" Garfield, m Deiona McCall, and founder, Ms. Tiffany Doby. Members not shown are: Charmaine Reeds, Z Ticarra Ming, and Donyea Davis. The Stepping to Victory Girls Step Team for Stop The Violence was formed to start a movement that will get the attention of young people. It was designed to pass the message of peace through out our neighborhoods, cities, and eventually the world. Ms. 'Iiffany Doby is the founder of the team. The members are: Delaysia Straughter, Tralexia Hamption, Sedricka Washington, Diamond Douglas, Ariyon Rodgers, Thatiana Wilson, Darreneisha Straughter, Ralisha Ming, Raniyah Ming, Zekayla Hartfield, Ciara Stone, .Jameisha Leggett, Shericka "Tootie" Garfield, Deiona McCall, Charmaine Reeds, Ticarra Ming, and Donyea Davis. Recently, the girls part icipated in an event spon sored by Synergy Health Centers, in partnership with Ms. Iris Williams and her organization, Urlinked. Ms. Doby said, "If we can stop one young person from being killed or prevent one teenage pregnancy, then our service will have made a difference." The idea of the girls 10tep team came about because we believe that these girls can provide a strong, yet inno cent, voice through their dancing, stepping and mes sages and catch the attention of their peers and may per haps be able to make an im pact in someone's life, she further said. RTATIOII PROVIDED FROM scttOOI. This Program Offers: $25 Registration Fee $60 Weekly Tuition Homework Assistance ./ Enrichment ./ Fun Activities ./ Snacks ./ latewest Deadllae Is Aagast IOtb 813.248.6600 ext. 202 WWW.FLSENTINEL.COM www.facebook.com/Rsentinel www .twitter .com/flsentinelb m ,.. m c ,.. ,.. z c m ,.. u; % m c m < m -t c m en c )> z c


Political Rallv At AI Barnes Park Members of the community participated in a voter registration primary election rally last Sunday at the AI Barnes Park (for18th Ave. Park). Several candidates were also out urging cit to get to the polls and vote. Early voting started Monday, July 2012. (Photos by BRUNSON) Prevention & Education Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (Real) Available *Patient Relaxation Alvin Holder and Jerome Brown. Jackie Hearns and Roosevelt Scott attended the rally. Cedric McCray and his daughter, Ari were in the park. Zelma Culpepper and Gayle Ashwood-sims were at the park for the rally. Perseverance 527, Carl Graham Lofton and Gary Welch attended the rally. Rev. Bartholomew Banks, Chief Tom Forward and Rev. Thomas Scott (candidate) came to the park after worship service. From left, Heddie Sumpter, City Councilman Frank Reddick, Rev. Willie Dixon and Dianne Hart. Ernest and Anika Coney and their daughter, Shelby, with Gwen and Commissioner Les Miller at the rally and voter registration drive. Jazzlyn Smith, George Smith and Annie Harvin stopped by the park.


Locai Bel. C1un11J lid Schill Sewing Class llcklll If you think no one is into sewing, think again. It's still going on strong, and if you want to join in or learn this great skill, then you can join the sewing ladies every Tuesday at the Belmont Heights Estates Phase II Office from 1 p. m : until3 p.m. The class is free with new updated machines including the surger machine that trims and finishes seams. Ola Alexander, President of the Estates Association, says everyone is welcome, and all they need to bring is their own material and they will teach you. Don' t forget your zip lock bag so it will make it easier to keep up with all of your materials. (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) The newly updated Surger Machine trims and finishes all seams. This is Ola Alexander, Delores Gambrell is enjoying her success. Ola Alexander demonstrates to Brenda one of the techniques. HThe Voice o f Our Community Speaking for Itself,, President of the Belmont Heights Estates Phase II Association, and a sewing instructor. Brenda Reese-Brown is a student. / Sewing instructor, Alberta Harris. Yldl Tllllllllllllll IISItner Pralratn c The Youth Of Youth Opportunity program at the NFL-YET !t Center are taking advantage of the City of Tampa's Youth """ Summer Program. The youth who participated in the program are not just N playing games and summer sports. Some are getting prepared for back to school with the help of the computer network. (PHOTOS BY JUUA JACKSON) Damore Shorter enjoys the writing skills test. 1405 Tampa Park Plaza St. Tampa, F L 33605 Tel: 813-374-0365 Fax: Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 a m 6 :00 p.m. FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 2012 o TOTALCHOLJ:ST!.ROL CHECK BLOOD Mli:ASIJRMNT CLliCOSE (DJAatr) TEST BODY MASS INDEX !PRESCRIPTION PLANS? IIEAI.niCAR WILL Blt ON HAl'W TO ASSIST AA'D ANSWER YOUR QUMJ'lONS 12 P.M.-5 P.M. FREEBACKTO SCH OO LBAGS SU P PLIES F O R THE FIRST 100 FAMILIES ...... ......


Usain Bolt Sets Record, Takes Home The Gold USAINBOLT LONDON -Usain Bolt of Jamaica won his second straight Olympic gold medal in the men's 100 meters Sunday, crossing the line in an Olympic-record 9.63 seconds. 9 Bolt joined Carl Lewis fE as only the second man to go back-to-hack in track's biggest race. Bolt's training partner and fellow Jamaican, Yohan Blake, finished second in 9 American Justin Gatlin took bronze in 9 Bolt fell shy of his world record of 9 58 seconds but improved on the 9.69 he ran four years ago in Beijing to enter his name, once again, in the Olympic record book. After taking half a victory lap around the track, he stopped, kissed the track and gave his now-famous "To The World" pose, point ing both fingers in the air while the fans screamed Michael Phelps Helps u.t Win 400 Medlev Relav MICHAL PHELPS When it was over, Michael Phelps hugged his teammates, then headed off the deck for the final time. Reclaiming the lead with his trademark butterfly stroke, Phelps won the 18th gold of an unparalleled career when he helped the U.S. win the 4x1oo-meter medley relay last night. Phelps retires with twice as many golds as any other Olympian and his total of 22 medals is easily the best mark too. It's been a great career," he said. "It' s b een a great journe y I can't be any more happy than I am." The U.S. women also won the medley relay on swimming' s final night at the games, setting a world record in the final. Ranomi Kromowidjojo of the Netherlands took the women s so-meter freestyle to complete a sweep of the sprints, and China's Sun Yang lowered his own world record while winning the men s 1,500 freestyle. Serena Williams Wins Gold, Steam rolls Sharapova SERENA WILLIAMS In an Olyropic tennis final Saturday that lasted only 63-minutes, Serena Williams dismissed Russian Maria Sharapova, 6-o, 6-1in tennis clinic fashion to claim gold medal victory. One of the worst beat-downs in Olympic tennis history. The reigning Wimbledon champion broke Sharapova's serve early in the first set, winning eightstraight points for a 2-0 lead. Quickly, she went up to 3-0. Throughout the set, Williams kept Sharapova pinned against the baseline, often hitting winners from the center of the court. TVsonGav Inconsolable' After 100 Meter Loss: Tried' TYSON GAY LONDON -Tyson Gay was so choked up, he couldn't speak. Justin Gatlin was so happy he struggled to find the right words. Once again, Gay walked away empty-handed from the Olympics when he finished fourth in the 100meter final that was dominated by Usain Bolt on Sunday night. I tried, man," Gay said as tears streamed down his face. "I tried my best. With Gatlin, it was never about effort, only whether he would get another chance. He made the most of it, chasing Bolt and his Jamaican teammate Yohan Blake to the wire, before finishing with the bronze. Williams Sisters Bring Home Gold In Historic OlvmpicWin SERENA And VENUS Wlll.IAMS WIMBLEDON, England Serena Williams re. lishes her role as copycat lit tle sister. Even if it takes her 12 years. Now she has that Olympic double -just like Venus. The overpowering American pair won the dou bles title at the Olympics on Sunday, with Serena adding to the singles gold she won on Centre Court at Wimbledon a day earlier. Crazy," Serena said. "I'm always copying her. I forgot that she did it in Sydney and I do it here. We're the same doubles team, we just split this to singles, so it's cool." The sisters beat Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka of the Czech Republic 6-4, 6-4 under the roof on a rainy afternoon at the All England Club. Venus closed the match on the very grass she has long loved with a backhand vol ley winner after the Czechs saved a pair of match points. "We all talk about this, 'We have so many medals,' but to be able to add to that, it's like an unbelievable feeling," Venus said. "You know that in that count, there you are. It feels amaz ing." Sanva Richards-Ross Takes 1st u. s. Gold At Olvmpic Track SANYA RICHARDS-ROSS LONDON Disappoint ment tears and that oh-so unsatisfying color bronze -are all in the past for Sanya Richards-Ross. On this trip to the Olympics she closed the deal. Four years after a late fade left her crying and wearing the Olympic bronze medal, Richards-Ross won the 400-meter gold she always thought she should. Nearly banging elbows with runners on both sides of her -and with the defending champion making up ground on the outside -Richards-Ross got stronger, not weaker this time over the last 100 meters She surged to the finish, won by about a body's length and punched her fist when she crossed the line in 49 .55 seconds Sunday night to give the U.S. its first track and field gold medal of the London Olympics. "I just kept saying, 'You can do this, you can do this," Richards-Ross said.. "I just dug really deep and I'm very happy.


Sports Evander Holifield To Sell Personal Boxing Memorabilia In Auction EVANDERHOLYFIELD After having his mega mansion foreclosed in March, then being evicted from it last month, boxing great Evander Holyfield is broke and must now bid farewell to a trove of some of his most prized possessions in an auc tion. Over soo items from his life will be sold in a November auction. Rolex, Patek Phillippe and Cartier watches, furniture and his cherished 1962 Chevy Corvette will be among the items sold. Holyfield will also auction off items such as his championship rings, belts, robes and boxing trunks. The champ is also putting up the boxing gloves from his famed 1997 Bite Fight," the famous heavyweight bout in which Tyson (pictured left) bit off a piece of his right ear in the third round. Holyfield, who has made a reported $250 million dur ing his career, was evicted from his 109-room Georgia mansion. It later sold for a paltry $7.5 million in a fore closure auction. He owed more than $14 million on the home. Holyfield also has drama with eleven children. He owes in excess of $372,000 in back child support. There are also delinquent IRS debts that the so-year-old also has to contend with and a $soo,ooo lawsuit stemming from a 2008 landscaping bill. Warren.Sapp's Air Jordan Sneaker Collection Up For Sale If you happen to wear a size 15 sneaker and are an Air Jordan sneaker collec tor, you have an opportunity to come up. Retired NFL star Warren Sapp filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy back in April 2012 and now as part of the proceedings his extensive Air Jordan collec tion is going up for auction. Sapp owes more than $6.7 million to various cred itors .. including hundreds of thousands of dollars in child support payments and alimony to at least 4 different women. Among the debts, Sapp says he owes $853k to the IRS for 2006 and another $89k for 2010. Sapp says he also owes $2,858 in medical bills for "Corrective Speech and Language Therapy." The former defensive lineman and seven-time Pro Bowl selection may have had gigs om Showtime's "Inside the NFL" and NFL Network's "NFL Total Access," but he still wasn't able to pay his bills, but his sneaker collection should raise some cash. Some of the over 200 pairs of kicks up for grabswith all the money raised going back to pay his creditors-include Air Jordan IV "Superman" Doernbechers, Candy Ca.ne Air Jordan XIVs, Black Air Jordan Vs and multiple Air Jordan Ills in various colorways. Sapp was a Nike sponsored athlete during his playing days and clearly the Jordan Brand has been very, very kind to him. RoVd Mavwaalher Released Frem las Vegas Jail After Two Months FWYD MAYWEATHER JR LAS VEGAS -Floyd Mayweather Jr. was released from a Las Vegas jail early Friday after serving two months of a three-month sen' tence in a misdemeanor domestic battery case. The undefeated boxer walked out of the Clark County Detention Center beneath the glow of street lamps and glare of TV cameras to resume a boxing career that his lawyers and personal physician warned in court documents might be at risk. They said jail food and water didn't meet Mayweather,s dietary needs, and lack of exercise space in a cramped cell of fewer than 98 square feet threatened his health and fitness. Mayweather looked fit as he donned a leather Miami Heat cap, pulled a gray hood ed sweatshirt over his head and shared hugs with about 20 family membets and friends, including his 12-year old daughter, Iyanna Mayweather, and his manager, Leonard Ellerbe. He said nothing to the media as he got behind the wheel of a blue Bentley sedan with several friends inside including rapper 50 Cent, and drove away. Cullen Jones Takes SliVer In The 50m Freestvle CULLEN JONES Cullen Jones was this close to making his first indi vidual medal a gold. Jones finished the som freestyle swim in 21.54, 0.2 secondss behind France' s Florent Manaudou who nabbed the gold medal. Jones had already earned a silver medal as a member of the U.S.'s 4x1oo relay team Fans from Jones' home town and high school gath ered to cheer him on. Paul Milo of Newark Patch describes the scene back 'home' when Jones captured his first individual medal. BEAUTY UNUMIIED SAMA To all the potential ladies out there vying to be our Beauty Unlimited feature, your day will come. For now, the spotlight is shining on Sarna. This young lady just cele brated her 20th birthday, and when it comes to her favorite stars, she says it is Madonna. Sarna's hobbies are swimming, dancing, entertaining her peeps, and spending time in the gym. In the future, she wants to be a successful businesswoman, take after her dad, and experience all cul tures worldwide. 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entertainment Thlllllllalacllar lists lid Schill Bananders 1111i1n If you've been to the Double Decker Lounge, the first thing you noticed was a lot of the old faces are back, along with the old school bartenders. (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) Margaret was at the Double Decker ready to meet new people. Richard was all smiles at the Double Decker. Miss Di-Va is always ready to meet new people. Y111r S111ra lilhllna Whether you're a tourist visiting the city, or a resident, there's plenty to do in Ybor City after the sun goes down. (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) Big Duddley is ready to party. Ms. Diva is always out enjoying herself.


ntertainmentDrake Plans On Graduauna Michael Pile..... Usher's b-wne He's Fallnu F H h S OutWainelndJeezv Hrom IU Chill IV Summer's After Gild Medal Win IS Emouons Over Her Son's Death End, Gets New AaliVah Tanoo Michael Phelps The drama rages on be is the most decotween Usher Raymond Did you know Drake was a high school drop out? Well sort of. While he was busy playing a high school stu dent, the now infamous Wheelchair Jimmy, on Degrassi: The Next Genera tion, Aubrey Drake Graham never got his diploma. But the "Take Care" rap per revealed that he plans on crossing out "high school graduation" from his to do list. "I'm actually spending my summer graduating high DRAKE school," admits the rapper on a too-rare visit back home. "That's my main focus after OVO Fest. I only have one credit left, and I'm really excited about that." Stevie wonder Files For Divorce Stevie Wonder has filed for divorce from Kai Millard Morris, his wife of ten years. The divorce filing which states that the couple is split ting over irreconcilable dif ferences. Wonder and Morris have reportedly been separated sinc e 2009 Wonder signed it under his given name, Steveland Morris. "As this is a private and personal matter, he asks that the public and kindly respect the pri vacy of Kai, his children and family at this time." Wonder wants joint cus tody of the couple 's children, STEVIE WONDER 7 and 10. He also reportedly wants to provicje spousal and child support While Wonder earned his fortune well before he met Morris, some of his as sets will likely be split. The exact amount has yet to be determined. Katherine Jaclson: 1 was Kept From Communicadnu With 'Outsiders' The mother of Michael Jackson said in court pa pers she was kept from com municating with outsiders while at a resort in Tucson and was unaware she had been reported missing. Katherine Jackson de clared in the documents ob tained Thursday that she had no idea she was the subject of a search until she acciden tally heard a 1V report. She said she was told her doctor had ordered her to rest and she was flown to Arizona. At a spa, her cell phone was confiscated along with her !Pad and she said she was kept in a room with no working phone or 1V service. She said she asked about Michael's children and was told they were fine. The disclosure marked the latest development in a se ries of events that began when Katherine was re ported missing, but later turned up at the spa with family members. The documents were reKATHERENEJACKSON leased after a judge reinstated Katherine as the guardian of the children in an arrangement that also keeps their cousin as tempo rary co-guardian. Superior Court Judge Mitchell Becldoff said during a hearing that an in vestigator who looked into the children s care found that the late pop star 's 82-year old mother was an excellent guardian and the children love her very much. "I think the kids are in ter rific hands," the judge said. "It appears from the report that Katherine has done a wonderful job and cares about the children very much." rat-ed Olymp ian and his ex-wife, Tameka. of all time with 21 The singer's ex is alleging N medals to his that he did not attend the funame, but he also MICHAEL neral of her young son, Kile N has major love for PHELPS Glover, who passed away Lil Wayne, so much so that on July 21 from injuries sufhe gave him a shout out. fered during a tragic jet ski After winning a gold medal accident from a month bein the 200-meter IM race fore. Thursday (Aug. 2), the swimMoreover, she claims mer gave props to Weezy Usher is pretending to be when asked about what he's overwrought with emotion been doing in London-when about the boy just to garner he's not competing. "I've been sympathy from his devoted enjoying myself," he said, "I fan base. have been able to have some For one, Tameka claims pretty cool things. 1 got a Usher only visited Kile tweet from Lil Wayne. And USHERAnd TAMEKA once during his 15 days on life support. She also claims to have asked Usher to tweet the message, "Please pray for Kile to his throng of followers but he refused. Instead Tameka claims, Usher chose to tweet a photo of his breakfast with the caption Breakfast of Champions". Ryan Lochte and I got tweets from YoungJeezy." Following the gold-medal performance, Wayne took to Twitter to commend the 27year-old. "High praises to my good friend, Michael Phelps for becoming the greatest Olympian of all time. USA!!" he wrote. OWN Announces La Tova Jackson Realitv Show wavne Calls Rap Prettv Boring, savs He'd Rather Sbtebolrd Lil Wayne has a new love iii his life, one that he can't get enough of: skateboarding. UL The New OrWAYNE leans native is so attracted to the skating world that he's put his music career on hold. In an interview, Weezy broke down what drove his decision. "I picked up the skateboard and I thought it would be a hobby, but it's a lifestyle," he said. "You have to be fully committed. In order to be fully committed, you have to live that lifestyle. What these young kids say right now, you have to be about that life. I guess I'm about that life. "It's kinda of putting rap on the backbumer, that's all. Rap is a taking backseat to skating. That's alright. But I kind offeel I deserve that. ... I think fans deserve some peace from me." If by "taking a backseat" he means still releasing new music, then he's right on target. After all, it hasn't even been a full month since Wayne announced that he would be dropping a Dedica tion 4 mixtape, but perhaps he meant he'll chill on rap after he delivers the project. "I mean being me, I always feel like I ain't done nothing yet, so I'm always looking for the next thing to do. But other than that, it does get pretty boring when it comes to the rapping and stuff." Oprah Winfrey has tapped La Toya Jackson to star in her own reality show Life with La Toya"is de scribed as a "can did look" in side Jackson's life as she juggles family, friends and business. It will air next year on Winfrey's, OWN. La Toya is one of Katherine and Joe Jack' son's nine children and was Michael's sister. lowed Jackie, Jermaine, Marlon and Tito. La Toya also competed last year on "Celebrity Ap preutice. Mvstillal Released From Jail It's been over two months since rapper Mystikal was placed behind bars for vio lating his probation and now he s been released from: the East Baton Rouge Parish Jail in Louisiana. The New Orleans rapper had previously served 6 years in prison for 2003 charges stemming from sex ual battery to extortion. After violating his proba tion in February for a misde meanor domestic abuse charge, Mystikal, whose real name is Michael Tyler, turned himself in to authorities and was sen tenced to 90 days in jail. He received a 9-day credit MYSTIKAL for time served in February The Shake Your A s" celeb is part of "Cash Money Records. is sticking with his artist all the way. He said, "Them little So days, them ain't about nothing. We1l be on his next single as (soon as) he comes home. From the concrete, straight to the concrete. Ya heard me." "A ft II 'IIIII Sin = If C.W. ... ...... .....,,_,_,&,., .., WltM1IItly,.. or""""" c.t ..._Pill ..... & F.-llflrranty ..... Cl'l


MRS. BERNICE PECK POUNCY 'SNOOKUM' Homegoing services for Mother Bernice Pouncy "Snookum" of Tampa, who transitioned to glory on Tuesday, July 31, 2012, will be held on Friday, August 10, 2012, at 1 p.m. at St. John Progressive M. B. Church, 2504 Chipco Ave., Rev. Bartholomew Banks, pastor, with Pastor Danny C. Osborne, eulogist and officiator. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. 0 Mother Pouncy was born 0: into a family of 6 in Tampa, u.. on July 11, 1923. She attended 0 the schools of Hillsborough z County taking the knowledge that she gained and applied it >to her life to become the pro ductive and well-respected tn matriarch she was. W Bernice was united in mat rimony to Willie Pouncy and 1to this union 3 children were w She worked as a profes> sional clothes presser at sevW eral dry cleaner locations 0 around the city, until she reW tired. Snookum was also a gifted ::J seamstress and she loved to m cook, do word-search puzzles and be a blessing to others in Q. need in her community. Z She accepted Christ at an i= early age and was very active as a member while serving at ...J New Salem Primitive Baptist Church and New First Union 1:0 M. B. Church. ...J Mother Pouncy was still a faithful and dedicated mem-her of God's Side P. M. B. !Z Church, under the leadership W of Pastor Danny Osborne, tn until her health began to de cline. Q Mother Pouncy was pre0:: ceded in death by: her par0 ents, Naaman and Carmen i Peck; husband, Willie Pouncy; daughter, Courtney Pouncy; sisters, Aldine Myricks, Mercedes Hamilton and Carol Rodriguez; brother, Naaman Peck; granddaughter, Valerie Pouncy; great nephew, Gregory Sanderson; great niece, Patricia Peck; and sister-inlaw, Clarice Peck. Everlasting memories are left to: Louvenia "Nicki" Davis; (adopted daughter/great-grand) and Gloria Robinson; son, Willie Pouncy (Rose), Stillwater, MN; sister, Lorene Epps, Angleton, TX; grandchildren, Denise Pouncy Youngblood, Michael Neal (Belinda) Atlanta, GA, S. Tyrone Epps (Angleton, Texas), Carmen Columbo (Brian) (WI), Dwayne Pouncy (Connie), Antoinette Davis, Francine McDonald (Patrick) (AK), Aaron Pouncy, Keniesha Pouncy (MN) and Tom CD Chase; great grandchildren, ..... Bianca Phillips, Nandi YoungW blood, Dwayne Pouncy, John (!) and Pernell Reid, Jazmin Chase, Vaughn, Dedrick and Angela Pouncy and Alex and Zoe Columbo; great great grandchildren, David, Seiko, Asia and Daelyn Pouncy and Joniya Reid; nieces, Alexandria Cohen, Betty Jo Martineau (NY), Sheila Peck and Karina Rodriguez; nephews, Alphonso Sanderson (Gloria), Joseph Rodriguez (Angie) (NC) Naaman Peck, James Peck, Rudy Cohen (Eula) and Felton Sanderson and wife; cousins, Helen Curry, Martha Uanes and Lawrence Rhynes; extended family and friends, Edwin Richardson (Alaisha), Robert Scott (Doris), Josephine Bridges, Pat Garrett, Virgil Campbell, Susie Bass, Martha Hooks, Betty Trotter, Nadine Felder, Dorothy Hall, Effie Thorpe, Gloria Woods, Jack Fisher, Fred Brown, Willie Tim, Dan Hayes, Deacon Ozell Chisolm (Alaina), Hattie Aimee Copeland of Atlanta, GA, Mattie Brown and family, Sharon Drunimond, Pauline Johnson and very dear to her heart, Master Chandler and Carter Osborne. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home, Thursday, August 9, 2012, from 4-7 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Friday at 12:45 p. m. for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME II IDS FIIEIILIIME Mrs. Bernice Peck Pouncy "Snookum," Tampa. Mr. Larry A. Davis, Tampa. Ms. Lena Carol Smith, Riverview, Fl. Mrs. Clara Mitchell, Tampa. GilES FIIEIALIIME Mr. Bobby Fullwood, Tampa. Mr. Fred Mitchell, Tampa WILSII FINEULIIME Mr. Harold Lewis Thomas, Tampa. Elijah Derrell Williams (infant), Tampa. IMqllspttotolideo.com {813) 254-4916 Let:ourliunilytnkecamof)Qlrfumily. "We are the key to a fine IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY HUSBAND ON YOUR 5TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY MR. ELIJAH SONNY SIMS May 1, 1939 -August 8, 2007 Sadly missed by your loving wife of 45 years, Susie Sims; daughters, Sonjia and Sherry; granddaughter, Shah Levi; and three great granddaughters, Shayla, Alana and Ryannah; and other family members and friends. Gone, but never forgotten. Loving you always. Local Nearlv 9,000 Cast Ballots In First week 01 Earlv Voting BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Monday, July 30th, Early Voting began in Hills borough County. Registered voters cast 8,229 votes at the Early Voting sites during the first week of Early Voting. Jimmie B. Keel Library drew the largest number of voters during the first three days with 1,083 ballots cast. The lowest turnout was at the West Tampa Library where 25 7 citizens voted. The votes are as follow: Fred B. Karl County Center, 329; Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center, 445 ; Bloomingdale Library, 1,072; and C Blythe Andrews Library, 482. Other libraries where votes were cast include Jan Platt Library, 913; Jim"Our Business Is Serv ice" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-8125 wilson-funeralhome .com mie B. Keel Library, 1,083; and New Tampa Library, 395; North Tampa Library, 269; Bruton Me morial Library, in Plant City, 619; Riverview BranchLibrary,368;and SouthShore Library, 657. Registered voters also cast ballots at Temple Terrace Library,. 589; Town N' Country Library, 379; Upper Tampa Bay Li brary, 372; and West Tampa Library, 257. Early Voting will continue until Saturday, August uth. The Primary Election will take place on August 14th The Early Voting locations are open Monday through Saturday. Highland Pines To Hold Community Meeting The Highland Pines Neigh borhood Association, and the Highland Pines Crime Watch Group will hold their task force meeting this Thursday, August 9th at the Community House at 6:30 p. m. followed by the crime Watch meeting at 7 p. m. There will be a guest speaker from mental health, and the entire community is encouraged to attend. National Pres. Obama: Electoral Votes Make Nice Birthdav Gifts WINTER PARK, F la. -President Barack Obama has a simple wish for his up coming 51st birthday: Florida's 29 electoral votes. Pres. Obama was sere naded to the tune of Happ y Birthday" on Thur sday during the start of a campaign rally in battleground Florida an earl y nod to his birthday on Saturday The Democratic president locked in a tight re-election campaign against Republican Mitt Romney, was not too bashful about suggesting poten tial gifts. "If I had known you guys were going to sing we would have had a cake. And then I would have blown out the can dles, I would have made a wish that probably would have to do with electoral votes," Pres. Obama said. "Winning Florida wouldn't be a bad birthday present." Teen Mom Found GulltV 01 Breaking 9 01 Her BabJ's Bones KIARAMAYNE ESTRIGHT Kiara Mayne Estright has been found guilty of aggravated assault, endangering the wel fare of a child as well as simple assault and reckless endan ger ment for breaking nine of her baby son's bones over a six month spane. The child suffered the in juries between the ages of 15 to 22 months old. Reportedly, the c hild sus tain ed a bleeding skull fracture two frac t ures to the same leg a broken collarbone broken arm, broken hand and three frac tured ribs while living with Estright. The toddler, who was placed in a foster home by the state, has not suffered any fur ther injuries. During her trial, the young mom stated the following rea son to a court of jurors for her son s constant injuries : "He was always running around I let him be a boy He was very ac tive and very curious." After hearing all of the testi monies, a jury deliberated for four hours and found Estright guilty. She was taken to Berks County Prison in lieu of $75,000 bail and will be sen tenced at a later date.


National Pres. Obama Turns 51 President Barack Obama boards Marine One helicopter as he departs Andrews Air Force Base, Md., for Camp David, Saturday, Aug. 4, 2012. President Obama celebrated his 51st birthday Saturday with a round of golf and plans for a quiet weekend at Camp David, taking a break from campaigning three months before election day. WASHINGTON -President Barack Obama cele brated his 51st birthday Saturday with a round of golf and a quiet weekend at Camp David, taking a break from campaigning three months before Election Day. Pres. Obama, wearing a white golf shirt, khaki pants and sunglasses, boarded Ma rine One at Andrews Air Force Base after about six hours on t he golf course before heading to Camp David. He was joined by a small groap of friends and aides that included White House chef Sam Kass, a fre quent golf partner He returned to campaign mode soon enough, with fundraisers in Connecticut on Monday and campaign raDies in Colorado on Wednesday and Thursday. Next weekend, Pres. Obama will hold several birthday-themed fundraisers in Chicago, including one at his family's South Side home. Pres. Obama's campaign used the event to drum up smal l-dollar donations before the end of the July fundraisin,g deadline, offering two lucky winners the chance to attend the fundraiser at Pres. Obama's red brick home. NBCSivsNo Harm Intended Bv Commercial \ t ___ -. 1 '' NBC says no offense was in tended by a poorly timed promo tional ad featuring a monkey on gymnastics rings that aired on the network directly following a commentary by Bob Costas on Gabby Douglas' gold medal inspiring other African-Ameri can girls to take up the sport. The gymnastics-themed ad for the upcoming NBC comedy "Animal Practice" was specifi cally timed to run late Thursday night following the women's gold medal competition. NBC said it was scheduled to run be fore the network knew about Costas' commentary. Much of America has fallen in love with Gabby Douglas," Costas said. "Also safe to say that there are some young African-American girls out there who tonight are saying to them selves, 'Hey, I'd like to try that too.'" Then NBC switched to the commercial with the sma ll widely grinning monkey on the rings. Sillh Temple Shoaling Suspect ldendlied As Former u.s. Armv Soldier Wade Michael Page c )> c: G') c: t/) -4 A man wipes away tears outside the Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wis. The man suspected of open ing fire on Sunday in a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wis. was identified by police on Monday as Wade Michael Page, a 40-year-old former member of the U.S. Army. Seven people were killed, including the suspected gunman in Sunday's shooting. The six victims identified by policefive men and one womanranged in age from 39 to 84. A U.S. Army spokeswoman told Yahoo News that Page served from April 1992 until October 1998 as a member of the psychological operations unit. He was never deployed, but was awarded numerous medals, including two for good conduct and one for humani tarian service. Page, a Colorado native, re ceived basic training in Fort Sill, Okla., moved to Fort Bliss in Texas and finished at Fort Bragg in North Carolina Sources originally told News the suspect was a white supremacist" or "skinhead." And officials told NBC News he had "some kind of radical or white supremacist views," but was apparently not a member of any kind of radical organiza tion. His past run-ins with .., enforcement were described as 6 minor. a! c )> t/) m z -4 z m r-D:J c: rr m ::j z ., c: D:J r-c;; :I: m c m 3! -4 c: m t/) c )> z c .., a! c ?< 1800.289.


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McCloud is being held under a bond of $n,soo on the charges. a: lL 0 z <( Teenager Charged With Anempted Murder 0 en PASCO COUNTYPasco w :::;) County Sheriffs deputies 1have arrested a 17-year-old ft on attempted murder W charges after a stabbing inci Gi dent. 0 Deputies said Nicholas Eady was arrested Friday for en stabbing 17-year-old Ryan ::i m Leavitt on July 8th. :::;) Deputies said there was another victim, Joshua -Febus, 18, who was Iii stabbe4d several times in the ..J ..J back. Eady has not been charged with that stabbing ..J yet, but detectives do plan to file charges at a later date. i= Detectives said Eady fled NICHOLAS EADY to Georgia after the stabbing, and recently returned to Pasco County. When deputies found out he had re'" turned, he was detained at the Gulf View Mall in Port Richey. Eady was taken to the Juvenile Assessment Center. ffi ------------------------------------------en <( 0 a: 0 ..J lL CX) ,.... HEN DAWSON 221-1800 1467 Tantpa Park Plaza @Nebraska Ave. & Scon St. The h:qng of alaw)er :san ,mpo13nt deCIS:or that should not be based so e'y advert sements Sefo'e 1ou dec,oe ask us to sene 1ou I' ttcn r'orma: on abo.: q.a :' :a:,ons and cxper:ecc Church Ask For Help In locating Shooting suspects ORANGE COUNTYAn Orange County church has opened its doors, hoping someone will drop off any kind of clue about who shot a 15-year-old girl who is now fighting for her life in the hospital. The Well of Hope Church opened their doors at 8 a. m. last Wednesday, giving every one chance to leave an anonymous note that could lead to an arrest. Danielle Sampson was shot in the head July 29th as her family was leaving church Triggerman Found GulltV In Murder For Hire case LUIS ANGEL WPEZ Last Friday, a federal jury found Luis Angel Lopez, 24, guilty of conspiring and using the mail or a facility of inter state commerce with the in tent to commit murder, and using a firearm in furtherance of a crime of violence that caused a death. He faces a penalty of life in prison. Lopez as indicted in May 2011 along with Cristie Fay Bottorff and Jerry Alan Bottorff. Lopez is scheduled for sentencing October 18, 2012. According to the affidavit, Thomas Lee Sehorne was murdered June 7, 2007. At the time of the murder, Cristie Bottorff was married to Se horne and involved in an af fair with Bottorff. Evidence revealed that the murder was procured by Cristie and Jerry Bottorff and accomplished with the as sistance of Michael Garcia, who served as a middle-man or broker to Lopez. Lopez, the alleged trigger man, was to be paid $6o,ooo for the murder. Sehorne was killed for $1 million in life in surance proceeds that he held for his wife and two children. The Bottorffs pled guilty on July 81h and testified against Lopez during the trial. DANIEll.E SAMPSON and got caught in the cross fire of a shootout. The family was on its way to celebrate Danielle's mother's birthday when gun fire erupted from two passing vehicles. A stray bullet from that shootout struck Danielle in the back of the head. Orange County deputies said they're still following leads on the shooters and looking for a charcoal gray SUV and a tan sedan Anyone who has informa tion about this shooting is asked to call in an anony mous tip to Crime Line at (407) 423-8477 Man Charged With Sexuallv Banering Child SARASOTAWith the as sistance of the Tampa Bay U. S. Marshall's Office Fugitive Task Force Sarasota Police arrested Alex T. Jones, 31, on a warrant for capital sex ual battery on a victim under 12. Police said the sexual bat tery took place in July 2010. Jones is being held with out bond on the charge. ALEX JONES St. Petersburg Murder Suspect Arrested JOHN CURRY ST. PETERSBURG On Wednesday deputies ar rested a man wanted in a St. Petersburg home invasion robbery where a woman died. John Curry, 22, was ar rested in Blountstown, Florida by deputies with the Calhoun County Sheriffs Of fice. CUrry was taken into cus tody without resistance and is awaiting transport back to Pinellas County on a charge of first -degree murder. Detectives said Curry was one of two armed suspects who entered a home April 8th on 11th Avenue South and shot Tamika Lashond Mack, 24, and Tore V. Holley, 29. Holley fled to a neigh bor's home for help and offi, TAMIKA MACK TORE V. HOLLEY cers responding to the scene found Mack inside the resi dence unresponsive and suf fering from several gunshot wounds. She was transported to the hospital, but died later that morning. Curry was released from prison in 2011. on charges of sale, delivery, and of cocaine.


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