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Typical Juggalo Gang Threat

heres one of the hundred of messages we get each week from juggalo gang members .

Ok you fuckin haters! Alot of my friends are juggalo’s and stuff they’ve NVR killed anyone and if you think ICP is a gang then you are starting oner also. (First step claim not to be a gang or violent – Check)But go ahead try some shit in my area (step 2 call people to your area – CHECK)I bet if you come walkin up 2 my family of jugglo’s we’ll fuck you bitches up.(Make Claim that if we visit said area we will be attacked – CHECK)We’re goin to find you’re mutherfuckin hide out and eliminate you before you even get close to us. (Plan for juggalo Gang to Find and Attack US – Check)

This Juggalo Gang Wants a Turf War

Slain bookseller Sherry Black unknowingly bought stolen items from Juggalo gang member with history of threats

I hope this is nothing more sinister then juggalo gang member Lorin Nielsen selling stolen books .

RIP Sherry Black.

SOUTH SALT LAKE — The fatal stabbing of bookseller Sherry Black was part of a particularly brutal attack, police said Wednesday as they continue to investigate her Nov. 30 death.

Authorities have completed an autopsy of Black, 64, the mother-in-law of Larry H. Miller Group CEO Greg Miller, said South Salt Lake police spokesman Gary Keller.

“She was physically beaten and stabbed more than once,” Keller said. “Her wounds did cause a considerable amount of blood loss at the crime scene.”

Sherry Black

Black was killed in the shop she ran with her husband, B&W Billiards and Books, 3466 S. 700 East. Keller said police still have no motive and no suspects.

The Deseret News has learned about a transaction in which Black purchased rare, stolen LDS books from a Juggalo gang member with a history of making threats. The incident occurred in February of 2009.

Lorin Nielsen, 20, was arrested and charged with stealing books from the Bluffdale home of his father, who is a polygamous church president. Nielsen pleaded guilty in April 2009 to theft, a third-degree felony, and theft by deception, a second-degree felony. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail.

Nielsen was booked into Salt Lake County Jail on Monday for a violation of his probation in the theft case. Detectives, however, would not say whether he is being investigated in connection with the homicide.

In March 2009, Nielsen’s father told detectives he had noticed some rare LDS books missing from his home library, according to police reports. He reviewed security camera footage and saw his son removing the books on Feb. 20, when he had been at the home for a funeral. The home also functions as a church meeting place.

When the father showed the video to his son, Nielsen admitted taking the books and said he sold them at Black’s B&W Billiards and Books store, police reports state. Nielsen warned his father “if he got police involved he will set off a chain of events he’s not going to like because he is a member of a gang,” the report states.

Police say the son was affiliated with an Insane Clown Posse, or Juggalos gang. The father was afraid of his son because of the gang association and his history of carrying weapons, the reports state.

The father’s wife told detectives a man doing construction work at the house had seen Nielsen and his half-brother in and around the library. When the family searched Lorin Nielsen’s car, he became upset and “threatened serious harm” to his father and the family, police reports said.

Black told police she paid Nielsen $20,000 for 14 rare LDS books. Nielsen had apparently sold books to her before and had even bought back one or two, police reports state.

She sold one — a first-edition French Book of Mormon signed by John Taylor with a message to Parley P. Pratt — to Lyndon Cook, a Provo book dealer, for $10,000. Cook told police he made a presentation box for the book and sold it to a wealthy, out-of-state buyer who often gives the books he purchases to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Sources confirmed to the Deseret News that the out-of-state buyer paid Cook between $30,000 and $35,000 for it.

An LDS Church archivist told police he had not seen the book.

The other books included a second-edition Book of Mormon, an 1884 Doctrine and Covenants, an 1857 compendium, a book called “History of Illinois” and eight volumes of The Millennial Star. Black estimated the collection was worth $45,000. Detectives told her not to sell the books or she could face criminal charges.

Police talked to book dealer Curt Bench, an authority on Mormon books, who said Nielsen had tried to sell the books to him, but he was suspicious and refused. Bench confirmed the $45,000 estimate to police.

About three weeks after the burglary, detectives caught up with Nielsen driving in Taylorsville. Police arrested him for burglary and cited a passenger who first claimed to be Nielsen.

Nielsen reportedly said to police, “This must be about my dad’s books. I thought he wasn’t going to call you guys. I thought I had it worked out with him.” He refused to answer questions, except to admit he was a member of the Kearns Town ICP gang, and was booked into jail.

Scott Young, the owner of Eborn Books, was a friend of Black. He said she told him about the incident involving Nielsen and the stolen books.

“Once she got a list of things that were possibly stolen, she just quickly returned what was on the list,” he said. “She was mortified that something like that would happen to her. None of us ever want a situation like that.”

Young described Black as an honest businesswoman who worked hard to understand the industry and treated people fairly.

“She cared about people, she cared about the books,” he said.

Juggalo Holocaust Bans Icp Gang T-shirts / Handcuffs Juggalo

Juggalo holocaust strikes again this time in Albuquerque.
15 juggalos have been forced to turn their juggalo gang tshirts with icps logo the hatchet man inside out and one juggalo was arrested and put into hand cuffs for trying to fight JH and the LAW.

Juggalo Aggraviated about “Gang Ragz”

juggalos have enough of the gang music made by icp.

Whilst this juggalo is misguided , at least he is taking a stand .. where are the rest of you juggalos to speak out about blazes new album gang rags and the gang mentality of juggalos – now with free bandana.

Juggalo Gang strikes again

Local man with alleged gang ties arrested on drug charges

By Chloe Morrison


Originally published: March 08. 2010 3:01AM

Last modified: March 07. 2010 9:51PM

Alcoa police officers arrested a local man, who is allegedly a gang member, on drug and weapon charges Saturday.

Edward Michael Durham, 39, was being held in lieu of bonds totalling $9,000 pending a March 11 court date, after being charged with Schedule VI drug possession, possession of a prohibited weapon and violating orders of protection, according to police records.

According to a police report, authorities have previously identified Durham as a member of the ICP/Juggalo gang.

Durham was also arrested in December 2009 on a charge of violation of an order of protection, according to Daily Times archives.

Saturday Alcoa Police Officer Brett Romer saw Durham driving on Rose Road in a black Chevy Caprice Saturday at about 6 p.m., according to a police report.

Another officers informed Romer that Durham had warrants out for his arrest, so authorities began searching for the suspect, according to the police report.

“A short time later (at 6:07 p.m.) I observed him pulling into a parking space at Springbrook park, where he’s been known to frequent,” Romer said in the report.

Durham was in the car with two other males — one juvenile — all of whom got out of the car to talk to Romer. When Romer was arresting Durham he noticed a “strong odor of marijuana emitting from his person,” according to the report.

Romer called a K9 officer to search the area.

“The search uncovered a green, leafy material in a cellophane bag under the passenger seat, a brass fitting homemade smoking device and 29 unknown capsules inside a non-labeled pill bottle and a wooden billy club located inside the glove box in the dash,” Romer said in the report.

Durham’s possession of the billy club was in violation of his order of protection, which clearly stated that he was unable to possess or purchase a firearm of other weapon, Romer said in the report.

“Durham was not charged at this time for unidentified pills and drug paraphernalia,” Romer also said in the report.

Prosecutor says suspect in attack part of alleged Juggalos gang

STOCKTON – You’ve heard of the Bloods and Crips, Norteños and Sureños – reviled criminal street gangs known for violent turf wars, graffiti and drugs sales.

But the Juggalos?

While there is no universal agreement, law enforcement officials across the country have begun to tag them as an emerging gang.

Now, the Juggalos, who style themselves after a Detroit-based rap-rock group, are up to no good in Stockton, according to a local prosecutor. He believes one man’s status in the gang played a role in an attempted hatchet murder.

San Joaquin County Deputy District Attorney Mark Ott – on top of the attempted murder count – has charged Chad Campbell, 21, with a street terrorism for his ties to the alleged gang.

Ott, who offers few details of the case, said that Monday, he will lay out evidence in court and let a judge decide if Campbell goes on to a jury trial.

Ott believes Campbell would be the first Juggalo to be tried in San Joaquin County.

“We believe we have the facts to prove it,” Ott said.

Juggalos – or Juggalettes for women – are devotees of a rock-rap group based in Detroit called Insane Clown Posse. The music group indulges in raw lyrics replete with irreverent profanity and violence.

The group’s fans – mostly white – wear heavy face paint to resemble sinister clowns. The consider themselves a family. The Juggalos’ uniting symbol is a hatchet man, the insignia of the rap group’s recording label, Psychopathic Records.

Representatives of Psychopathic Records and Insane Clown Posse did not respond to requests for comment.

Police in Pennsylvania, Arizona and Utah have arrested people on gang charges for committing crimes on behalf of the Juggalos. A Modesto judge last year ordered four people to stand trial following a violent attack linked to the so-called gang at Graceada Park.

Campbell was arrested Nov. 8 in Stockton after police said he attacked a man near El Dorado and California streets with a hatchet. The 21-year-old victim was taken to a hospital with serious injuries to his head.

The man survived the attack, but prosecutors also charged Campbell with mayhem for permanently disabling the victim, said Ott. The prosecutor said he believes the law is on his side, especially when it comes to the gang charge.

Ott wouldn’t say if Campbell was dressed in Juggalo clothing, has tattoos or wore a painted face during the alleged attack. He prefers to present his evidence in court.

But Ott explained that a criminal street gang by definition is an ongoing association of three or more people with a common sign who actively engage in criminal behavior.

“We have that pattern,” Ott said. “We’re going to put that on in the preliminary hearing.”

Contacted at the San Joaquin County Jail, Campbell declined a request for an interview. His attorney, San Joaquin County Deputy Public Defender Michael Moore, did not return repeated calls.


juggalos still in paint arrested …. BUT BUT THEY AINT REALLY DOWN – HONEST /sarc

Clovis, CA (The Weekly Vice) – Jeffrey Nicholas, a 45-year-old Clovis man and six other people (aged 18 to 28) claiming to be Juggalos were arrested for dealing drugs out of Nicholas’ home.

One man’s mugshot even appeared to have some remaining clown make-up… a Juggalo trade-mark.

According to Clovis police, neighbors had been complaining about the amount of traffic going in and out Nicholas’ home for months. Police set up a sting using undercover “drug buyers” and gathered enough evidence to make seven arrests.

Investigators say the suspects sold Oxycontin and Opana, a new highly addictive and dangerous narcotic. Detectives also found marijuana, methamphetamine, and other prescription drugs in the residence.

Police say that six of the seven people arrested are validated Juggalos, a group of people who are fans of Insane Clown Posse and other Psychopathic Records artists.

Because of the rise of criminal activity within the Juggalo community, Juggalos have become regarded in some instances to be gang members. Police acknowledge that most who consider themselves “Juggalos” are not gang members. However, defense attorney Rick Horowitz says putting a gang label on the suspects can get them a stiffer sentence if convicted whether the label fits or not.

In addition to the arrests, three children, between the ages of six and nine were removed from the home and placed in the care of Child Protective Services.

The following suspects were arrested and charged:

28-year-old Joshua Waite, for prior sales of OxyContin and Opana, possession of methamphetamine, Xanax and Valium with intent to sell, maintaining a drug house.

22-year-old Jared Campbell (MySpace), for prior sales of marijuana and methamphetamine, frequenting a drug house.

20-year-old Paul Troup (MySpace), for prior sales of OxyContin, possession of Adderall (amphetamine) for sale, illegal cultivation of marijuana and maintaining a drug house.

45-year-old Jeffrey Nicholas (MySpace), for maintaining a drug house and 3 counts of child endangerment. His three children, ages 6 to 9, were turned over to Fresno County Child Protective Services. He is the only one not considered a Juggalo.

20-year-old Chad Pokorny, for frequenting a drug house.

27-year-old Mandy Kelly, for possession of Adderall and frequenting a drug house.

18-year-old Rose Williams, for frequenting a drug house.

Mandi Milenko
The Weekly Vice

Juggalo insane clown posse gang member attacks dominos driver

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SIERRA VISTA — A teenager was arrested Monday in connection to the robbery of a Domino’s delivery man on June 8.

Sierra Vista police arrested Williams E. Simmons, 17, at his home in Garden Canyon Mobile Home Park at 405 S. Garden Ave. He is the third person to be charged in regards to the incident.

Simmons was charged with armed robbery, aggravated robbery and aggravated assault. He also admitted to being a member of the Insane Clown Posse, a criminal street gang recognized by the state of Arizona.

Detective Tim Wachtel said Simmons, who will turn 18 next month, will be treated as an adult.

Simmons was part of the investigation from the beginning, Wachtel said. Simmons was indicted by a Cochise County grand jury on Thursday, and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

The Domino’s driver was beaten with a pool cue during a delivery about 9:30 p.m. on June 8 in the 400 block of South Garden Avenue. Three men then took three pizzas and a small amount of cash.

The delivery man has a hairline fracture on his jaw and traveled to Tucson late last week where his mouth was wired shut.

Mikael A. Lykins, 24, was arrested inside a trailer in the Garden Canyon Mobile Home Park on June 10 and charged with conspiracy to commit armed robbery, aggravated assault and participation in a criminal street gang, according to Sierra Vista police.

Lykins reportedly told police he was a member of the Insane Clown Posse gang.

A boy, 16, who was held on a warrant in the Juvenile Detention Center on June 9, was charged last week with conspiracy to commit armed robbery, aggravated robbery and aggravated assault. He was not identified as a gang member.

those violent juggalos do it again!!!

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