8/5/20

Janet Tybursky - Twisted Sisiter

Hey all you cool cats and kittens...
Sorry, I couldn't resist.

I wanted to give you a lil' heads up. 

I had to redownload Hulu last night and found that Twisted Sisters has a season 2 on the platform. Did you know this show was produced by Khloe Kardashian? I did not.

I was excited to check it out and guess what I found? Remember Janet Tybursky?
There is a great episode on her in the second season of Twisted Sisters. 

I was really struck by Janet's mother-in-law. She brought me almost to tears a couple of times. My gosh, what a sweet woman.

This is the only show I have seen done on this case so far. Its $1.99 on Amazon if you don't have Hulu.




7/15/20

Two Young Prostitutes and 15 YO Boy Arrested for Capital Murder


I think the one with the blue hair is Breez. Maybe.

Jessica Helen Hampton, 18 and Breez Breann Collier, 24, both of Killeen, were arrested by the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force and were charged with murder on Sunday, June 21, 2020 police said.

They are accused of capital murder in a deadly shooting with robbery as the motive. Also involved, and arrested, is a 15-year-old boy.

 The charges stem from the June 14 shooting death of Shareef Raekwon Ali-Barnett, 24. He died at the scene where officers found him at approximately 2 a.m. June 14. He was lying in the street at the intersection of Florence Road and Evergreen Drive with a gunshot wound. His pockets had been turned out.

Investigators also uncovered his cell phone at the scene and discovered that just after 1 a.m. on June 14 Ali-Barnett used a website to search for an escort listed by the name of “Raina” and then used a texting app to make a deal “for money and drugs in exchange for oral sex,” the affidavits read.

The message indicated Ali-Barnett was to meet a woman at 202 Evergreen in Killeen who went by the names “Raina” and “Big Baby,” which investigators recognized as Collier’s Facebook screen name.

A Ring surveillance camera from a nearby home recorded the meeting and captured video of three people running away from where Ali-Barnett’s body was found and trying to get into the victim’s vehicle.

A neighbor reported that after he heard gunfire, he saw two people, a male and a female, running and said the gunman was a male wearing a hooded sweatshirt and shorts who “took the gun with him.” He told investigators the female was also with the victim when he was shot.

 Jessica Hampton, who was staying at a Killeen motel with Breez Collier, a teenage girl and several males, later confirmed what the video showed when she told investigators she saw Collier and Ali-Barnett walking to the side of a house, heard Collier curse, saw a male who had accompanied them “and heard a shot and then another couple of shots,” and then “saw a male run off and thought whoever was shooting missed,” the affidavits say.

Then, she said, “she saw the victim fall to the ground at the intersection…saw blood” and saw a male she knows only by his street name going through Ali-Barnett’s pockets,” according to the affidavits.

She said she, Collier and the male ran back to the victim’s cars and tried to open the doors before “they got scared and ran off.”

On June 23, the Bell County Attorney's Office issued a directive to apprehend a 15-year-old boy. He has been charged with capital murder.

The juvenile was taken into custody and is currently in the Bell County Juvenile Detention Center.


Murder in the Coachella Valley

Police found the body of Makayla Jean Massey, 18, shot to death on the shoulder of Avenue 53 in Coachella, California on June 25th, 2019.  Alexis Daniel Rosas of San Diego and Maury Duarte of Indio were arrested five days later.

It is Alexis Rosas who is accused of lying in wait and shooting Makayla to keep her from testifying in a trial. He had been arrested four months earlier on fraud charges.

Maury Duarte aided and abetted him but is still charged with murder.

Riverside County Superior Court Judge Burke Strunsky accepted the defendants' pleas of not guilty in court this month and scheduled a trial-readiness conference for Oct. 13.

They were ordered to stand trial last month following a preliminary hearing in which Judge John Monterosso found that prosecutors had submitted appropriate evidence to proceed with the case.

The death penalty is admissible here. At least for him. Maybe for her. It seems so weird that some states charge you with murder, even if you didn’t kill anyone and its legal. Just one more example of how incredibly asinine our justice system is in this country.



Janet Tybursky - Twisted Sisiter