Monthly Archives: April 2010

Derry – Violence caused by insane clown posse hat

BRENTWOOD — Two Derry teenagers pleaded guilty yesterday to charges of burglary for breaking into a classmate’s home and stealing bicycles and tires worth thousands of dollars. One of them will be spending three months in jail.

Prosecutors said the theft occurred after one of the teens was ordered to leave school early for getting into an altercation with the eventual victim of the robbery during the school day at Pinkerton Academy.

Joshua Powell, 17, was driven to the victim’s home by Timothy Butterworth, 19, on the afternoon of Oct. 2, 2009. They entered the home through a ground-level window, loaded two bikes and four tires into the bed of Butterworth’s truck, and drove off, police said. The bikes were valued at $2,000; the tires and rims were worth $4,000, prosecutors said.

Powell was told to leave school before a pep rally at the end of the day after he shoved and hit another student because he would not give him back an Insane Clown Posse hat, county prosecutor Brad Bolton said.

Butterworth drove Powell to the classmate’s home, and they stole the bikes, Bolton said. A charge of simple assault is pending for the altercation at school, Bolton said.

Powell and Butterworth are two of eight teens who were indicted in January on various burglary charges in Derry. They originally both pleaded not guilty, but changed their pleas yesterday.

In separate pleadings, Bolton asked for a 12-month sentence with six months suspended for Powell, and a 12-month sentence with nine months suspended for Butterworth.

“There’s no disputing the fact that there was a burglary here and it was planned,” he said. “It wasn’t just spur of the moment.”

Prior to sentencing, Powell turned to the victim and his parents, and apologized for his role in the theft.

Powell spent three days in jail after he was arrested and Judge Kenneth McHugh said he believed that — along with a suspended sentence and probation — was enough to teach him a lesson. Because Butterworth was older and he had taken the bikes from the scene in the bed of his truck, McHugh said he felt a stiffer sentence was necessary.

McHugh sentenced Butterworth to 12 months in county jail, with all but three months suspended. Powell received a 12-month suspended sentence and two years probation.

“You have got to be confined so you understand what the process is like and how it feels to be a prisoner,” McHugh told Butterworth.

TheBoyBlue91982 and JH Comander will attend the GOTJ

TheBoyBlue91982 a Juggalo holocaust insider spy who supply’s addresses and information on juggalos , and JH Comander a high rank member of the JH will be attending the Gathering of the Juggalos 2010.

Icp / Blaze ya dead homie – selling gang paraphernalia to children
Now that the Gang Rags album is almost complete, more details about what Juggalos can expect with this CD are coming out of the woodwork.

From the previous interview we conducted with Blaze, Violent J, and Mike E. Clark concerning Gang Rags, they made it very clear that the dead man was stepping into new territory while staying true to his Detroit G roots. As producers of the album, J and Mike pushed Blaze to new levels, and he not only met every goal that was set for him, but he surpassed them and then some.

You can also look forward to some special guests making appearances on Gang Rags. Blaze’s very own Psychopathic Family, the Insane Clown Posse and ABK will be laying down some vocals on a track or two. But you can also look forward to the professional weed smokers, the Kottonmouth Kings, and the legendary Dayton Family to be lending their talents as well.

But now we have some brand new information that is sure to flip your wigs. The details are still a little scarce, but this is what we were able to piece together. Packaged along with every Gang Rags album will be a bandana.

This bandana is one of a kind and was specifically designed for Gang Rags. You won’t be able to pick this up anywhere on its own, because it will only be included with the album.

To make this whole thing even sweeter it sounds like there will be multiple bandana colors to choose from! Or if you want, you can collect an entire set. To make that easier the color of the bandana included will be indicated on the cover of the album. No guessing needed! You’ll know exactly what you’re reppin’!

As more details arise about these bandanas we’ll be bringing you the facts! But for now everyone will have to be patient while waiting for this album to drop. That release date of June 22nd may seem like it’s mad far away but the days are just ticking down now!

GangRags – Blaze Ya Dead Homie

New Blaze Ya Dead Homie album in the works called gangrags .

They are blatantly advertising Juggalos as a gang now .

More juggalos riot then bloods or crips

Seven inmates at the Larimer County jail, six of whom are known gang members, possibly face charges after a “large fight” broke out at the detention center Wednesday night.

Among the suspected participants is Adrian Rodarte, a Loveland man known to be a member of the Sureño gang, who pleaded guilty earlier this month to murder.

“Deputies believe that the release of several Sureños from the (detention center) precipitated the action on the part of the Norteños,” Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Eloise Campanella said in a statement. “Within moments, deputies on duty were able to quell the disturbance. No deputies were injured during the incident. However, the involved inmates received minor cuts, scrapes and bruises.”

The incident occurred in a general population area of the jail.

Campanella said at least one of the participants confirmed speculations that the motive for the fight was gang related.

In the statement, Cam-panella reported that Sheriff Jim Alderden is concerned the fight, along with three other incidents at the jail since Wednesday evening, are the result of overcrowding.

A capacity at the jail has been set at 460 due to a lack of funding, but Campanella said there were 503 inmates in the jail Friday. Some housing areas at the jail have been closed down because of budget restrictions.

“Alderden expressed complete confidence in his jail staff but is concerned about employee safety with increased level of violence at the Larimer County Detention Center due to the overcrowded conditions,” Campanella said.

When the fight occurred Wednesday, there were 499 inmates incarcerated and 59, or 12 percent, of those inmates were known gang members, according to Campanella.

The Sheriff’s Office reported that of the 59 incarcerated gang members, 19 are Sureño, 16 are Norteño, 14 are Juggalo, four are Aryan, one is Blood, five are Crips and 10 are affiliated with various other gangs.

Attention Juggalo holocaust – TheBoyBlue91982 revealed

One of the JH commanders hits youtube to reveal a few juggalo spys

he has been watching your videos and comments and wants to reveal the truth of the juggalo holocaust

TheBoyBlue91982 is a JH insider

Third juggalo suspect arrested

once again juggalo gang activity. is getting reported on

A third suspect who may be connected to last week’s drug-related homicide was arrested Tuesday by Kalispell Police.

Cody Allen Naldrett, 27, of Kalispell, was taken into custody on charges of criminal possession of dangerous drugs (a felony) and criminal possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal contempt, both misdemeanors.

Jeffrey Nixon, 19 and Robert Lake, 21 both of Kalispell, also have been arrested as suspects in the beating death of Wesley Collins, 49. Collins’ body was discovered April 17 by Kalispell Police in a remote wooded area southwest of Kalispell.

Police believe the crime was drug-related.

Nixon is being held on charges of deliberate homicide, robbery, and tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and theft.

Lake is being held on charges of deliberate homicide, intimidation, kidnapping, robbery, theft and tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.

None of the three have been formally charged by the Flathead County Attorney’s Office. They are in custody at the Flathead County Detention Center.

Justice of the Peace David Ortley determined Monday there was probable cause to hold Nixon and Lake until they receive formal charges.

Kalispell Police Chief Roger Nasset said Naldrett was arrested for possessing items taken from the victim’s residence after the murder. He said police are still investigating the level of Naldrett’s involvement in the crimes.

Nasset said law officers believe the murder occurred the night of April 12.

“With subsequent interviews, we are even more sure now that this is directly related to medical marijuana,” Nasset said.

“We have direct statements from suspects saying medical marijuana was the focus.”

During the several days between the homicide and when Collins’ body was found, his apartment was burglarized “the full gamut, from drugs to tools,” Nasset said.

Nasset said police have been hearing “multiple stories” about the killing and the events surrounding it and they are “trying to get a picture of what really happened.”

Nasset said it is “very possible that other suspects involved outside of the homicide may be arrested.”

Naldrett was not the man who was questioned by police and then released on Sunday.

Although Robert Cates, a medical marijuana provider for Collins, told the Inter Lake on Monday that the crimes were related to prescription drugs and not medical marijuana, Nasset said: “He [Cates] has no knowledge of what happened in this crime to make the assertion that this isn’t related to medical marijuana.”

The crime has stirred up a defensive reaction from medical-marijuana advocates who don’t believe that marijuana was involved.

Nasset maintained that the precise motives for the robbery and murder are still under investigation, but stressed that the focus should be on the life lost, not the medical-marijuana issue.

Nasset said Lake and Nixon are believed to be associated with a gang that revolves around the rap metal duo called Insane Clown Posse. Naldrett “runs with the same crowd,” according to Nasset, who said he is unsure whether Naldrett is a follower of the group in the same fashion as Lake and Nixon.

Reporter Melissa Weaver may be reached at 758-4441 or by e-mail at

Save Elm street – dont allow juggalos to invade

what a dumb idea .. a juggalo store to help fight the juggalo problem which has invaded their town.

Elm Street ideas range from installing more lights to work training

By Jordan Guinn
News-Sentinel Staff Writer

Monday, April 19, 2010 11:31 PM PDT

Elm Street merchants and city officials met Monday to consider a striking range of ideas to combat loitering and rowdyism Downtown, including:

  • New lights.
  • Tearing out benches.
  • Putting up surveillance cameras.
  • Reaching out and mentoring idle youths who sometimes congregate downtown.
  • Turning some of the teen vagrants into security monitors or giving them work experience.Store owners said they are tired of vagrants drinking in public and sitting on the benches in front of their stores all day. One store owner even suggested the teens could help provide security in Downtown.

    “You can help so the bad kids stop giving you a bad name,” said June Atwood Aaker, co-owner of Abrahamson Printing.

    Besides mentorship, shopkeepers said they would consider a variety of precautionary measures intended to reduce vandalism and loitering, such as putting up surveillance cameras and additional lighting, and having more security patrols.

    “We need to make the environment not conducive to them hanging out,” said Ronald Houck, co-owner of Studio 20 Art Gallery, about vagrants and troublesome teens.

    While personally opposed to the proposal, Public Works director Wally Sandelin said the City Council will be asked to consider moving benches from Elm Street to deter vagrants and teens from congregating in Downtown and making visitors feel uncomfortable.

    The benches match the decor and theme of School Street and he said that Downtown areas need a place for people to sit and relax, he said. Sandelin said the city doesn’t have much money to work with and that the Downtown Lodi Business Partnership could be instrumental in the solution.

    Sam Rhemke, co-owner of Lodi Beer Company and DLBP board member, said she believes the DLBP would be in favor of moving three or four of the seven benches off Elm Street and relocating them to other places within Downtown.

    A manager of a party supply store on Elm Street said the money that would be spent relocating the benches and installing security precautions could be better spent on community outreach for the teens.

    “Why can’t we take the same money and put it into the rec center?” said Dori Mousaw, manager at The Party Guys. “The issue is being missed; these kids need a place to go.”

    Mousaw said she knows some of the teens on a first-name basis and will solicit their help with moving items into her store occasionally. She was one of several merchants who offered mentorship to the teens. Houck offered to give free art classes to teens who were interested, and Aaker said she would help teens who were interested in learning about the printing business.

    While merchants agreed there are liability issues that would need to be addressed if they were going to provide mentorship, they generally agreed that getting involved with the teens would be beneficial for all parties.

    “Some of you may not realize you have the talent or ability,” Houck said to the youths.

    The meeting lasted more than two hours and featured merchants discussing difficulties they were having with vandalism and vagrants, police informing them what could be done and local teens telling their side of the story.

    Anthony Hancock was one of the youths who addressed the crowd. He said the teens hang out Downtown because they feel safer there than in other parts of the city. He said he’s been shot at on the Eastside of Lodi and most of his friends have nowhere else to go.

    Hancock said part of the problem comes from the state of the economy and teens having trouble finding work.

    “We’re asking the city to help us,” he said. “We want to possibly rent a place or a store where we can get job experience.”

    The store could sell merchandise such as Faygo, a soda popular in Michigan that is only available in specialty stores in California, he said outside the meeting. It’s endorsed by the music group Insane Clown Posse, who many of the youths at Monday’s meeting listen to.

    Sgt. Fernando Martinez of the Lodi Police Department said one of the biggest deterrents in preventing vandalism from teens could be identifying those who want to change their ways and reaching out to them personally.

    Bicycle Officer K.C. Schlader echoed Martinez.

    “You’ve got to get to know them,” he said. “You have to build a rapport with the kids. Some of them want to do odd jobs.”

  • Turning some of the teen vagrants into security monitors or giving them work experience; is like asking Juggalo Gang Members to work as security to be watchful for Juggalo Gang Activity.

    Juggalos Kill man with brain injury after stealing drugs

    Insane clown posse? Juggaloz? LOL Sound like pretty scary groups to me. It takes a pretty tough person to kill a disabled man with a brain injury..

    Posted: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 2:00 am | Updated: 7:15 am, Wed Apr 21, 2010.

    By JIM MANN/The Daily Inter Lake | 46 comments

    The Kalispell man who was murdered last week was using medical marijuana to wean himself off prescription drugs, and the suspects in the killing allegedly had been stealing his pills for the last couple of months, a friend of the victim said Monday.

    Wesley Collins, 49, was beaten to death sometime last week; his body was discovered by Kalispell Police in a remote wooded area southwest of Kalispell on Saturday.

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    “I met Wesley about eight to 10 months ago and I’m his medical marijuana provider,” Robert Cates said. “When I first met Wesley he was taking a lot of pills.”

    Cates said the suspects who were arrested — Robert Lake, 21, and Jeffrey Nixon, 19 — had been visiting Collins frequently. A third man was initially detained by Kalispell Police, but later was released.

    “It had nothing to do with medical marijuana,” Cates said. “They had been ripping him off every day pretty much for two months … the main reasons these kids were there was for his pain medicine.”

    Cates said he was helping wean Collins from prescription-drug use for pain associated from injuries he sustained in a car crash.

    “He was very vulnerable and he was a very gentle man,” Cates said. “He had a severe brain injury and he had his hip replaced and knee surgeries.”

    Cates said he was one of the first people to realize that Collins was missing last week when he didn’t show up for a planned visit at Cates’ house on Tuesday. Police conducted a welfare check for Collins on Wednesday, but he wasn’t at his apartment in northwest Kalispell.

    Cates was outside Collins’ apartment on Thursday with investigating officers when neighboring tenants shouted out, warning them that someone was jumping out the apartment’s back window. Cates said he ran one way around the building and officers ran the other way.

    Two men were apprehended, and Cates said he believes Lake was one of them.

    Kalispell Police Chief Roger Nasset elaborated on the department’s investigation of the alleged crimes Monday.

    “It involved marijuana, money and other belongings,” he said, adding that the precise motives for the robbery and murder are still being investigated.

    “We have several stories for what the robbery was about,” Nasset said.

    The crime has stirred up a defensive reaction from medical-marijuana advocates who don’t believe that marijuana was involved.

    Nasset said it is part of the equation.

    “In this matter there is no disputing that marijuana was being used at the time of the homicide and that the marijuana being used was medical marijuana,” he said, later adding, “I think it’s unfortunate that this is being turned into a medical-marijuana issue. A human being lost his life, and that’s the important thing here.”

    Nasset said the two suspects are believed to be associated with a well-known gang that revolves around the rap metal duo called Insane Clown Posse.

    “That is one of the things that has been revealed by our investigation,” he said.

    Lake was arrested early last November for allegedly stealing a cell phone from a nurse at Kalispell Regional Medical Center, and he was subsequently charged with robbing an Evergreen casino using a can of pepper spray that he used on an employee and four patrons.

    The Flathead County Attorney’s Office said Lake eventually was released on “informal house arrest” and is scheduled to go on trial June 7 for the casino robbery.

    Cates said he is deeply troubled by Collins’ murder. “He was a very good friend of mine and a very vulnerable person.”

    Cates said he believes prescription drugs are the main drug problem in the Flathead Valley and they are causing other types of crimes.

    Neither Lake nor Nixon have yet made their initial court appearances.

    Reporter Jim Mann may be reached at 758-4407 or by e-mail at

    ‘Juggalo’s’ lawyer wants murder case dismissed

    The attorney for one of two men charged in the February 2009 murder of an East Stroudsburg Crime Watch member wants the case dismissed on grounds of insufficient evidence.

    Ian Seagraves, 18, and Shawn Freemore, 20, both of Cresco, are charged in the fatal stabbing of Michael Goucher, 21, of East Stroudsburg, in Price Township.

    Freemore met Goucher online and lured him with the promise of a sexual tryst to a location in Price Township, where Freemore and Seagraves planned to rob and kill him, according to information and evidence gathered by police. Goucher arrived at that location and was murdered, after which his body was covered with snow in a wooded area.

    His body was found about a week after he was reported missing.

    Police said both defendants admitted to being Juggalos, members of what some call a gang that listens to music with violent lyrics.

    Seagraves and defense attorney Joe D’Andrea of Dunmore appeared before President Judge Ronald Vican in Monroe County Court for a hearing on pre-trial motions Wednesday.

    D’Andrea is calling for the case against Seagraves to be dismissed on grounds of insufficient evidence.

    If the case is not dismissed, D’Andrea is requesting the case be tried in a venue outside of Monroe County, due to publicity, and has filed a petition asking the case be decertified from adult to juvenile court. Seagraves was 17 at the time of the murder.

    D’Andrea also requested that certain statements Seagraves allegedly made to police when questioned, after being read the Miranda warning, be suppressed and not brought up during trial.

    A date will be set for Seagraves and Freemore to be tried together, pending Vican’s decision. The two are being held without bail in county jail, but not at Monroe County Correctional Facility, where Goucher’s uncle works.

    Check back at for more details, and read the complete story in Thursday’s print and online editions.