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Juggalo gang member says insane clown posse his boys going to kill cops


MUNCIE — Don’t blame a couple of Muncie police officers if they are on the lookout for a pair of musicians dressed as “wicked clowns.”

A Marion man arrested early Friday after causing a disturbance at a southside Muncie home warned two officers he was a “Juggalo” — a name given to fans of Insane Clown Posse, a Detroit-based hip hop duo.

Joshua Michael Fosnough, 34, also told the officers “his boys” — Insane Clown Posse — were going to kill them, an affidavit said.

Fosnough — preliminarily charged with intimidation, public intoxication, resisting law enforcement and disorderly conduct — was being held in the Delaware County jail under $7,500 bond.

He was arrested about 12:30 a.m. after police received a report of a disturbance in the 100 block of East Ninth Street. They reported finding a man — later identified as Fosnough — “being very loud (and) cursing,” according to an affidavit.

According to court records, Fosnough’s criminal history includes convictions for intimidation, domestic battery, residential entry, possession of cocaine and possession of a controlled substance.

Juggalo does what Icps lyrics tell him and stabs teacher

I couldn’t stand the pressure, not another day
I didn’t like the f_cker Mr. Johnson anyway
I sat up in his class, he hung a rebel flag
I cut the bigot’s head off and I stuffed it in my bag

Insane clown posse sings about hurting people in education , this leads to Juggalo gang member actions while he pleads not guilty to stabbing Flathead High teacher

KALISPELL – The teenager who allegedly broke into a Kalispell family’s home in December and stabbed a Flathead High School teacher pleaded not guilty Thursday to three felony offenses, including attempted murder.

Dante Kirpal Kier, 19, appeared for the arraignment hearing in Flathead County District Court. The hearing had twice been postponed until Kier could be evaluated by a mental health professional, who recently determined that he is competent to stand trial. Kier faces charges of attempted deliberate homicide, aggravated burglary and assault with a weapon.

The charges relate to a Dec. 12 home invasion in southeast Kalispell, during which high-school teacher Brian Bay was stabbed. According to court records, Kier admitted to the crime, telling investigators with the Kalispell Police Department that he broke into the residence intent on killing the homeowner because “it felt good.”

Records state that Bay was fixing a dishwasher at the time of the burglary and went into his garage to retrieve a tool; when he went back inside the home, he found Kier in the hallway holding a wooden-handled steak knife.

The homeowner confronted Kier but the intruder allegedly stabbed him in the upper arm and inside the mouth. He also tried stabbing Bay in the ribs “numerous times,” but the man wrestled Kier to the ground while his wife called police. The couple’s children were also home but were not injured. Bay was treated at Kalispell Regional Medical Center and released.

Kier grew up in the Kalispell area, but until recently had been living in Santa Barbara, Calif., where he has a criminal conviction for entering a non-commercial dwelling in 2010. He returned to the Flathead Valley last fall to reconcile with his mother.

Kier’s father, George Kier, said his son has a history of mental illness and was living at a psychiatric hospital in California shortly before returning to Montana. ( WHY ARE HIS PARENTS LETTING A PERSON WITH MENTAL ILLNESS LISTEN TO ICP – BAD PARENTS)

In the weeks leading up to his arrest, Kier’s psychotic behavior had been escalating, his father said, and resulted in a 72-hour commitment to Pathways Treatment Center in Kalispell. He was also arrested for misdemeanor disorderly conduct.

Kier’s mother and stepfather obtained orders of protection against the teen because he threatened to kill them, according to Kier’s mother, who asked that her name not be published.

Police officers canvassed the neighborhood after the home invasion and spoke with several neighbors who reported finding notes on their windows that stated “your house is being watched tonight by … the creeps.”

Kier also claimed to be a member of the Insane Clown Posse gang and referred to himself as a Juggalo, court records state. According to the FBI’s 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment report, the Juggalos pay homage to the Detroit-based hip-hop group Insane Clown Posse and have recently been classified as a gang. The band is not associated with the gang.

Kier, who was staying at the Outlaw Hotel in Kalispell at the time of the alleged offense, remains in custody at the Flathead County Detention Center.

If convicted of attempted deliberate homicide, he faces a maximum punishment of life imprisonment.

Reporter Tristan Scott can be reached at (406) 730-1067 or at tscott@missoulian.com.

Read more: http://missoulian.com/news/local/juggalo-gang-member-pleads-not-guilty-to-stabbing-flathead-high/article_00da1e44-58fa-11e1-8389-001871e3ce6c.html#ixzz1npQKs9B8

Members of the Juggalo and Insane clown posse arrested

juggalo gang keeps getting more rampant
look at this article , they have no respect for the legal system and would hiss at a judge after going to a court in some ratty hatchet gear.

4 admit to charges in Modesto assault case

One Juggalos defendant to serve 7 years in prison

The Modesto Bee

MODESTO — Four followers of the band Insane Clown Posse admitted in court Monday to acting as members of a criminal street gang that police call Juggalos when they assaulted a man strolling with his daughters through Graceada Park a year ago.

Brandon Ferrell, 19, Kurt Petersen, 23, and Larry Williams, 20, pleaded no contest to a felony charge of assault likely to produce great bodily injury in addition to a gang enhancement. Joshua Huggins, 18, pleaded guilty to the same charge and enhancement.

A judge sentenced Williams, who has a previous conviction under the state’s “three strikes” law, to seven years in state prison.

Petersen, Ferrell and Huggins each got a year in county jail. Ferrell and Huggins were expected to be released from jail Monday because they have served their time. Petersen still must serve several months of his 365-day sentence.

All four waived their right to appeal their convictions.

“For me, it wasn’t an easy call,” Deputy District Attorney Marlisa Ferreira said of offering the plea deal. “The defendants were very young, but (the victim) was critically injured. In the end, I think justice was served.” Monday morning, the courtroom gallery was filled with young people, some in Insane Clown Posse clothing. A few hissed and scoffed as victim William August, 54, called Juggalos “dangerous, malevolent gangbangers” and detailed the pain he’s been through since the March 7, 2009, attack.

“The injuries I sustained in the mob attack were grievous,” August said, after limping to the front of the courtroom to address Judge Nancy Ashley. “I’ll never walk normally again.” August, who is 6 feet 8 inches tall, said he tried to do the right thing by walking away but fears what he might do if attacked again.

Ferreira acknowledged that not all people who listen to Insane Clown Posse are gang members. But she said the men are more than fans of the band, whose lyrics are so raw they wouldn’t be heard on mainstream radio, because they travel in a pack, share a common sign or symbol — the cartoon hatchet man associated with the Detroit-based band — and commit crimes.

Defense attorneys said their clients are just young men who got drunk and behaved badly.

Ferrell, Huggins and Petersen each could face seven to 10 years in prison if they violate the terms of their felony probation.

Read more: http://www.mercedsunstar.com/2010/03/24/1360708/4-admit-to-charges-in-modesto.html#ixzz0j9ZusOId

justice for all

Should Hatchets be banned from retard juggalos

Ban hatchet sales to juggalos..

In every issue of this fine rag my hack team of wannabe journalists and I tackle some of the most laughable criminal acts that have recently happened in our area. Then – if we’re doing our job – we write about those crimes in a way that makes you chuckle, or at the very least makes you think about something other than how pissed off you are to be watching the Olympics on tape delay.

It’s not the most important of jobs, but someone has to do it. At the Weekly Volcano Crime Desk – along with playing ridiculous amounts of iPhone Scrabble – it’s our life’s work.

This week’s Ragnet takes us to Pierce County, where sometimes drunks on bikes get a wee bit agro.

Enjoy. – Matt Driscoll

If you’re an average, normal person chances are you’ve long since forgot about them.

I’m talking, of course, about the Insane Clown Posse – and embarrassing adolescent relic of a past time, you’d hope. Like Fred Durst and that godforsaken “Butterfly” song, it’s an era we would have been lucky to never consider again.

This week, however, Pierce County was reminded that the Insane Clown Posse lives on in the hearts and minds of many a disaffected, trashy Pierce County youth – and we best not forget.

According to published reports, last Tuesday, Feb. 9 an angry 18-year-old with a beef tracked down a Pierce County sheriff’s deputy at his home. Though the deputy was listed as only “Mr. Smith” in court documents and subsequent reports, what allegedly transpired is crystal clear – and considering recent events it’s at least as downright scary as it is bafflingly moronic.

According to reports, Joshua Paul Yacovone, who has since been arraigned in Pierce County Superior Court on charges of third-degree assault and intimidating a public servant, was stopped by “Officer Smith” earlier in the day – 3:30 a.m., to be exact. Yacovone was riding his bike on 66th Avenue East in the postcard town of Frederickson, and perhaps the sight of someone cruising on a bike at 3:30 a.m. in Frederickson stirs suspicions.

Upon contact with Officer Smith, Yacovone allegedly told the officer he’d been drinking, and was a “Hatchet” – a term that, apparently, Pierce County Sheriff’s deputies are trained to associate with the Insane Clown Posse.

After being cited and released by Officer Smith for minor in possession earlier in the day, around 8:10 p.m. Yacovone approached Smith at his home as he walked from his house to the patrol car parked in his driveway. According to the reports, Yacovone was upset and accused Officer Smith of “taking his money” during their earlier meeting. According to the Weekly Volcano’s own investigative reporting, Yacovone was probably also ranting about how face paint is actually cool and living in a trailer with a third grade reading level isn’t that bad.

Standing in his driveway, an angry “Hatchet” approaching, and knowing this is the type of Juggalo not afraid to drunkenly ride his bike at 3:30 a.m. in Frederickson, Officer Smith did the only rationale thing he could do.

He calmly pointed his riffle at Mr. Yacovone, the dangerous Juggalo – who, of course, then got the hell out of dodge.

Yacovone was arrested at his residence a short time later – which is almost certainly his mom’s single wide. – Jimbo Utsler, Juggalo Crime Correspondent

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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