From: good woman
Title: crazy bitch
PEOPLE,PEOPLE,THIS DIRTY THIEVING GAL CAME INTO THE BATHROOM AT MARCIA DIVA PARTY AND STEP THE ’DOG’ EX WOMAN TELLING HER THAT SHE A BAD GAL AND SHE GOING TO CUT HER UP AT THE PEOPLE STATION, NOW LOOK HOW STUPID THIS BITCH IS,SHE GO TO DANCE EVERY NIGHT WITH THE ’DOG’ AND HAVE HER TWO KIDS TO TAKE CARE OF AND PICKING TROUBLE , USING HIS HPYE TO FEEL LIKE SHE BAD. WAT THE F– IS REALLY GOING ON WITH THIS NASTY LOOKING CRAZY CRACK HEAD BITCH. WE HOPE SHE STOP STEALING CLOTHES AND USING PEOPLE CREDIT CARD TO GET BY AND GO GET A F=== JOB..
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IRS agents said that this Jan. 7 photo of a steak and macaroni and cheese,… (handout, Sun Sentinel )
May 10, 2013|By Paula McMahon, Sun Sentinel
For two South Florida identity thieves, justice came served with a mouthwatering steak and a side order of macaroni and cheese — captured in a “food porn” photo posted online that helped investigators track the couple down.
Nathaniel Troy Maye, 44, of Harlem, N.Y., and Tiwanna Tenise Thomason, 39, of Miramar, are facing up to a dozen years in federal prison and hefty fines. The couple pleaded guilty to aggravated identity theft and possession of unauthorized access devices Friday in federal court in Fort Lauderdale.
IRS agents on the trail of a man who claimed he had 700,000 stolen identities to sell said they only had a few clues about who he was early in the investigation.
A witness working undercover for the IRS told agents the man went by the name “Troy,” he was dating Thomason and said he was from Harlem during a Jan. 5 meeting at YOLO restaurant on Las Olas Boulevard.
The break came Jan. 7 after the three met up again – at the swanky Morton’s steakhouse on the corner of Federal Highway and Broward Boulevard – so the couple could turn over a flash drive containing 50,000 identities they thought would be used to file fraudulent income tax returns.
When IRS agents examined the drive – which contained only 50 identities – they found hidden data linking the drive to “Troy Maye.”
Louis Babino, a special agent with the IRS criminal investigation unit, searched online and found a profile for “TROYMAYE” on Instagram, a social media website for sharing photos.
Babino wrote that he found “a photo of a steak and macaroni and cheese meal containing the caption “Morton’s” that coincided with the Jan. 7 meeting between the witness and the couple.
The agent also found a profile photo of Maye on the Instagram profile, which the witness identified as the man who gave him the drive and promised to provide the rest of the 50,000 identities – in exchange for payment after fraudulent tax returns were filed in the victims’ names, agents said.
IRS agents arrested the couple at Thomason’s apartment and said they found two flash drives containing as many as 55,000 illegally obtained identities.
Thomason, who is free on bond and working as a bartender in Miami pending her July 19 sentencing, cried as she told the judge she had no excuse: “I was foolish, I was stupid.”
Maye, who said he organized promotional events and has a prior conviction for wire fraud, will remain locked up.
Title: for sale!!
Times get hard so burgs is up for sale..lol
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Police stormed a New Jersey home early Sunday and fatally shot a registered sex offender who had held his girlfriend’s three children hostage, ending their 37-hour ordeal and recovering the bodies of the captives’ mother and another sibling, authorities said.
Officers initially went to the home in South Trenton Friday afternoon after a relative of 44-year-old Carmelita Stevens said she hadn’t spoken to her in weeks and was worried, authorities said at a news conference Sunday. Upon further investigation, authorities then discovered her children hadn’t been to school in 12 days.
Police entered the home through a rear door and smelled an odor consistent with that of a decomposing body, Trenton Police Director Ralph Rivera Jr. said. The officers also noticed maggots throughout the residence.
They found 38-year-old Gerald “Skip” Tyrone Murphy in an upstairs bedroom and he told them he was armed with a gun and explosives and had three children with him, Mercer County Prosecutor Joseph L. Bocchini Jr. said. Officers noticed one of the dead victims before they retreated from the second floor and rescued Stevens’ 19-year-old son from the basement, who said he hadn’t seen her or his siblings since about April 24.
Homes on the surrounding block were evacuated as a precaution, and police tape cordoned off the street in front of the house. A SWAT team was called, and an arson bomb unit was also on the scene. Police said Murphy could be seen from a window holding a black handgun.
Police remained in contact with Murphy throughout the standoff and passed food into the home through an upstairs window, state police Col. Rick Fuentes said. Murphy kept the captives with him inside the roughly 10-foot-by-11-foot bedroom throughout the standoff, authorities said.
As the standoff stretched into a third day, officers entered the home around 3:45 a.m. Sunday after noting Murphy’s “deteriorating state of mind” and deciding it was necessary to enter to help ensure the captives survived, Fuentes said. An officer shot Murphy because he was threatening one of the children, he said.
Murphy was taken to a hospital and later died of his injuries. No law enforcement personnel were injured during the standoff or the confrontation with Murphy.
“This was a very complex matter, considering the space (where the hostages were) and that three children were involved,” Fuentes said. “Our mission over those 37 hours was to save innocent lives.”
Authorities found the bodies of Stevens and her 13-year-old son in separate bedrooms. Stevens’ body was in an advanced state of decomposition, and police said she and her son may have been killed two weeks ago. Police didn’t say which of the bodies they had seen inside the home Friday afternoon.
Three of Stevens’ children — an 18-year-old woman, a 16-year-old girl and a 4-year-old boy — were rescued and taken to a medical center for evaluation and treatment. Murphy had abused and assaulted the captives, Bocchini said.
Murphy and Stevens had been dating for a few months, and both lived in the house, police said. He was not the father of any of her children.
Authorities wouldn’t comment on a possible motive or say how the victims died, citing the ongoing investigation. They also would not say whether any bombs or other explosives were recovered at the residence.
Attempts to contact the victims’ relatives and neighbors were unsuccessful on Sunday.
Murphy had a long criminal history including convictions for aggravated assault and criminal conspiracy, Bocchini said. He had previously been arrested for robbery and weapons offenses and child endangerment. He also had an arrest warrant in Pennsylvania for failing to register as a sex offender.
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