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Police: Murder suspect on violent rampage in the south

Original post made on Oct 3, 2008

One of two remaining at-large suspects in the double homicide on Plymouth Street was last seen robbing and pimping in the southern state of Georgia, Mountain View police said on Thursday.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Friday, October 3, 2008, 12:17 PM

Comments (5)

Posted by FamilyMan
a resident of Jackson Park
on Oct 3, 2008 at 12:37 pm

This is really turning out to be a bigger crime than I had thought it to be! Murder is huge but when the criminal(s) start to flee and rob and pimp and commit other crimes it just compounds into a gigantic crime problem! Now the wrath is spread to other states. These people need to be caught so other poeple arent subject to their crime wave! I also find it hard to believe that these felons murdered the two siblings only for an ipod. My suspicion is that a big amount of drugs might have been involved....which is why so many people were involved in this. Good job by the MVPD to once again be persistant on catching felons who attempt to skip state in trying to flee(remember the drug transaction/robbery-murder that happened at the jack in the box a while back?) MVPD, cacth those crooks!

Posted by jack
a resident of Rex Manor
on Oct 4, 2008 at 11:11 am

MVPD, please catch these animals.
Shoot them if you must, MV cannot lose an officer, chances are these criminals will shoot at you.
So don't take any chances, as soon as you see them....[portion removed].

No terror will be allowed in Mountain View.
MVPD is the best. Good luck and god bless you.

Posted by big picture
a resident of another community
on Oct 4, 2008 at 7:12 pm

People, don't you know these young folks nowa days are raised on a solid diet of rap videos, junk food and bad role models? [Portion removed by Mountain View Voice staff.]

This young wannabe thug is just gathering experience and "street cred" before his inevitable capture or death occurs.In prison, he'll be able to cite all his crimes for how "thuggish" he is and probably end up being a famous incarcerated rapper before he gets the needle.

See, it's all very predictable when parents defer the responsibility of parenting to popular culture because they can't even deal with their own lives, let alone the others they bring onto this declining planet. STEP UP and raise your kids. That's the message here. [Portion removed.] These kids were a product of the welfare system of days gone. Thank God for that....

Posted by some girl
a resident of another community
on Jul 19, 2010 at 2:21 pm

Damn!!!!!!! i cant believe i used to play and hang out wit them.. i even had a crush on kenny!!! scary!!

Posted by Southside
a resident of another community
on May 28, 2015 at 12:40 pm

I grew up with all of them.... Kenny has been placed in YA since he was 9/10, he is institutionalized.... The reason they are like this is because their mother is an alcoholic and a serial dater, she was never home and Dad was in and out of jail... She goes out with men and enjoys herself... She SWEARS she is s holy roller, but when her time comes she gonna have to explain herself to the man above!! There are seven of them... Lacetia, Fortune, Star, Kenny, Unique (LaLa from Tela Tequila), Faith and Fame... All Thomas'! All have the same mom and dad, except for Lecetia... They all watched each other... Lecetia lost contact a long time ago... Smart Girl!! They are a mess! all of them!

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