Belle Glade Crime
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Wednesday Mar 25 | via Examiner.com
Daytona Beach Police announced an arrest Wednesday in the campus shooting at Bethune-Cookman University last month on February 23. A report on the Police Department website says 21-year old Ladell Marck Pleasure of Miami, was charged with one felony count of Discharge of a Weapon/Firearm on School Property. Police said a witness reported seeing a person later identified as Pleasure, "a standing in the door jam of [a] silver vehiclea [and] witnessed [the person] fire several shots." Comment?
Wednesday Mar 25 | via Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
Police on Wednesday arrested one of two men suspected of firing shots on Bethune-Cookman University's campus that left three students injured last month. Ladell Pleasure, 21, a student at the school, was taken into custody about 3 p.m. Wednesday and charged with discharging a weapon/firearm on school property, a felony, according to a Daytona Beach police report. Comment?
Monday Mar 23 | via Hometown Annapolis
Four days after Aaron Hernandez deposited $15,000 into a Belle Glade, Fla. man's account in April 2013, a gun which police later recovered during the Odin Lloyd homicide investigation was purchased from a True Value Hardware store in the same Florida town, according to testimony Monday at the former New England Patriots tight end's murder trial. Comment?
Monday Mar 23 | via WNFL-AM Green Bay
Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez transferred $15,000 to a Florida man who prosecutors say sold him guns two months before he allegedly fatally shot an acquaintance, a former bank teller testified on Monday. Heidi Carrera said Hernandez in April 2013 deposited three checks totaling more than $1.8 million at the Bank of America branch where she worked near Los Angeles before transferring the $15,000 to the account of Oscar Hernandez, who is unrelated to the former tight end. Comment?
Monday Mar 23 | via SLAM! Sports
Former New England Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez confers with his attorney Charles Rankin during his murder trial in Fall River, Massachusetts March 13, 2015. Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez deposited $15,000 into the bank account of a Florida man who prosecutors say sold him guns two months before he allegedly fatally shot an associate, a former bank teller testified on Monday. Comment?
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