Monthly Archives: September 2017

Rumors Swirl Regarding Bay Area Rapper’s Unsolved Murder …

OAKLAND (KPIX) — A Bay Area rap icon was shot and killed on the streets he rhymed about. His name was Dominic Newton.

Years later, his fans, friends and family are still searching for justice.

Very likeable, very friendly, good manners, just all around good guy. But the Bay Area and the world would know him as the Jacka.

The Pittsburg rap artist who came to prominence post-hyphy – the energetic party rap born in the Bay Area in the 90’s. The Jacka made his name on an album called Tear Gas.

‘Glamorous Lifestyle’ was the song that put him on the map.

But Matt Werner, CEO of the Bay Area hip-hop company Thizzler On The Roof says he became known for a style that bucked the bluster of mainstream rap.

“He really brought a different side of the Bay Area where he was a lot more contemplative and more gangsta rap oriented, but

Read more at: http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2017/09/30/rumors-regarding-bay-area-rappers-unsolved-murder/

Rumors Swirl Regarding Bay Area Rapper’s Unsolved Murder

OAKLAND (KPIX) — A Bay Area rap icon was shot and killed on the streets he rhymed about. His name was Dominic Newton.

Years later, his fans, friends and family are still searching for justice.

Very likeable, very friendly, good manners, just all around good guy. But the Bay Area and the world would know him as the Jacka.

The Pittsburg rap artist who came to prominence post-hyphy – the energetic party rap born in the Bay Area in the 90’s. The Jacka made his name on an album called Tear Gas.

‘Glamorous Lifestyle’ was the song that put him on the map.

But Matt Werner, CEO of the Bay Area hip-hop company Thizzler On The Roof says he became known for a style that bucked the bluster of mainstream rap.

“He really brought a different side of the Bay Area where he was a lot more contemplative and more gangsta rap oriented, but

Read more at: http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2017/09/30/rumors-regarding-bay-area-rappers-unsolved-murder/

Arrest in ‘clown murder’ gives hope to family members in other cold cases

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Perry South March Calls For Justice In Mother’s Unsolved Murder …

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PERRY SOUTH (KDKA) — More than 100 family members, friends, neighbors and other concerned citizens gathered on North Charles Street on Saturday to celebrate the life of Nikki Dailey and call for justice in her murder.

“Nikki was a great person,” Lakesha Lowry, Nikki’s mother, said. “She had no criminal records. A god-fearing woman. There’s no way these detectives aren’t working around the clock to solve this murder.”

They marched down North Charles Street chanting slogans and calling on police to make an arrest in the murder of Dailey and other unsolved homicides involving African-American women around the city. When they reached the spot where Nikki was killed, the marchers stopped at the memorial on the sidewalk.

On Aug. 6, she was shot while getting out of her car. She grabbed her 7-month-old daughter, ran across North Charles

Read more at: http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2017/09/30/perry-south-march-nicole-dailey-murder/

Perry South March Calls For Justice In Mother’s Unsolved Murder

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PERRY SOUTH (KDKA) — More than 100 family members, friends, neighbors and other concerned citizens gathered on North Charles Street on Saturday to celebrate the life of Nikki Dailey and call for justice in her murder.

“Nikki was a great person,” Lakesha Lowry, Nikki’s mother, said. “She had no criminal records. A god-fearing woman. There’s no way these detectives aren’t working around the clock to solve this murder.”

They marched down North Charles Street chanting slogans and calling on police to make an arrest in the murder of Dailey and other unsolved homicides involving African-American women around the city. When they reached the spot where Nikki was killed, the marchers stopped at the memorial on the sidewalk.

On Aug. 6, she was shot while getting out of her car. She grabbed her 7-month-old daughter, ran across North Charles

Read more at: http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2017/09/30/perry-south-march-nicole-dailey-murder/

Unsolved murder stays with former investigator – News – The …

Unsolved murder stays with former investigator

At 9:26 p.m. on April 18, 2002, Janet Lorraine Norris stopped at the Quick Stop convenience store at Black and Decker Road and U.S. 301, bought a bag of doughnuts and went to her home about a half-mile away.

It was the last time the 39-year-old mother of two teenagers was seen alive.

Some 46 hours later, her body was found stuffed inside her Mazda Protege. The car had been abandoned in a field on Canady Street, off U.S. 301 and less than two miles from her home.

No one has ever been charged in Norris’ death. The case is one of 95 unsolved murders the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office has dating to 1972.

Charlie Disponzio, now retired from the Sheriff’s Office, was head of the department’s Homicide Division and the lead investigator on the Norris case. He said there was

Read more at: http://www.fayobserver.com/news/20170930/unsolved-murder-stays-with-former-investigator

Unsolved murder stays with former investigator

At 9:26 p.m. on April 18, 2002, Janet Lorraine Norris stopped at the Quick Stop convenience store at Black and Decker Road and U.S. 301, bought a bag of doughnuts and went to her home about a half-mile away.

It was the last time the 39-year-old mother of two teenagers was seen alive.

Some 46 hours later, her body was found stuffed inside her Mazda Protege. The car had been abandoned in a field on Canady Street, off U.S. 301 and less than two miles from her home.

No one has ever been charged in Norris’ death. The case is one of 95 unsolved murders the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office has dating to 1972.

Charlie Disponzio, now retired from the Sheriff’s Office, was head of the department’s Homicide Division and the lead investigator on the Norris case. He said there was circumstantial evidence but

Read more at: http://www.fayobserver.com/news/20170930/unsolved-murder-stays-with-former-investigator

Jury recommends 13 years for man involved in 2007 cold case … – WAVY

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – A jury in Norfolk recommended a 13 year sentence for a man convicted of accidentally killing his fiancee and dumping her body in a park.

The Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office says Billy Everett, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter, 1 count of concealment of a dead body and 1 count of defilement of a dead body in a 2007 death of Lori Jordan.

Jordan was reported missing in November 2007. Her body was found in a wooded area in the Barraud Park section of Norfolk on December 28.

4 people indicted in 2007 Norfolk cold case homicide

Frank and Teressa Everett were initially charged with first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, concealing a dead body and defiling a dead body in connection to the death after pleading guilty in March, 2017. A judge sentenced them to seven years with two years suspended — leaving five

Read more at: http://wavy.com/2017/09/30/jury-recommends-13-years-for-man-involved-in-2007-cold-case-murder/

Jury recommends 13 years for man involved in 2007 cold case murder – WAVY

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – A jury in Norfolk recommended a 13 year sentence for a man convicted of accidentally killing his fiancee and dumping her body in a park.

The Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office says Billy Everett, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter, 1 count of concealment of a dead body and 1 count of defilement of a dead body in a 2007 death of Lori Jordan.

Jordan was reported missing in November 2007. Her body was found in a wooded area in the Barraud Park section of Norfolk on December 28.

4 people indicted in 2007 Norfolk cold case homicide

Frank and Teressa Everett were initially charged with first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, concealing a dead body and defiling a dead body in connection to the death after pleading guilty in March, 2017. A judge sentenced them to seven years with two years suspended — leaving five

Read more at: http://wavy.com/2017/09/30/jury-recommends-13-years-for-man-involved-in-2007-cold-case-murder/

Cold Case Playing Cards Lead to Arrest in 2010 Murder – CBS News 8

Journalist Lisa Ling has shared with Inside Edition insight on her decision to bare it all in the upcoming season premiere of This Is Life With Lisa Ling, the investigative docu-series she hosts on CNN.

Read more at: http://www.cbs8.com/story/36486071/cold-case-playing-cards-lead-to-arrest-in-2010-murder