Winona man accused of assaulting pregnant woman

Ray Weaver
April 17, 2018

Several other people crowd into the argument, shoving ensues, and one of the women says, "Look at me".

In yet another incident of systemic racism in the United States, a white woman was caught on camera abusing and assaulting two African-American soldiers - one of whom was pregnant.

Video of a white woman and her son verbally attacking and physically charging at two Black soldiers has gone viral, showing the internet that even "supporting the troops" is conditional.

Police say a 25-year-old Lancaster County man is facing charges after he accidentally shot his neighbor.

The woman, who was on her two-wheeler, also stopped near Kirti Stambh.

The woman, later identified as Judy Tucker, and her son Robbie followed the two women into the restaurant and called them "black b*tches" and said they didn't know the U.S. Army allowed lesbians to serve.

Judy Tucker was caught on video lunging at 34-year-old Stephanie Mitchell and 27-year-old Treasure Sharpe at Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen in Macon on Saturday.

Surveillance video released Monday shows a grandmother befriending a Florida resident days before she killed her to steal her identity - a plan she hoped would thwart the authorities hunting her in connection with her husband's murder.

There isn't a picture of her at the moment but please keep an eye out for auto, registration GU60 SBV, and call us on 999 if you see her or report online. "Put that phone down". Quinones, who also has two children, worked on her motorcycle before they started dating, Goldston said.

Stephen Colbert let CNN unmask Hannity - "you've earned this", he said on The Late Show. The 83-year-old, who lives southeast of San Francisco, is still able to garden and create art - among her specialties is wood-burned d├ęcor - but she described the disease as "slow suffocation". "The woman probably gave her some sob story", Hutchinson's cousin Daniele Jeffreys later told WTVR.

The victim's toe was fractured and she was left with multiple scrapes on her arms and knees, police reported.

She said "it all started because she was white and it was a race issue" - despite the fact it all started because Tucker couldn't tolerate someone not waiting for her to slowly park her vehicle and instead driving around to park in another parking spot.

Tucker was booked into Bibb County Jail and charged with battery.

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