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Gospel Singer Arrested On Abuse Charges
BlackLegalIssues.com Mar-13-2009 616 0


A star of gospel music is accused of assaulting his ex-wife on Valentine's Day weekend.

Debra Winans said her former husband BeBe Winans pushed her to the ground in front of their children. The two were married for 16 years before divorcing in 2003.

The alleged assault happened when BeBe Winans showed up at his ex-wife's Nashville home and the two began arguing about custody issues. Debra and BeBe Winans have a 13-year-old daughter and 10-year-old son.

According to an affidavit, what started out as a "verbal altercation" turned into assault when Debra Winans was "pushed to the ground."

Later, the Grammy-winning Gospel recording artist and judge of the Black Entertainment Television reality show Sunday Best was arrested.

"When you're married to someone known all over the world, it has serious challenges," said Debra Winans.

Debra Winans said people of faith are held to an even higher standard, and many Christians suffer through abuse rather than reaching out for help.

"Until you realize something's not changing, you pray all day long. The power of God is real, but one thing he's not going to do is go against someone's will. We make choices," said Debra Winans.

She said she is not afraid of her former husband and hopes by speaking out she will help others.

A spokesman for BeBe Winans said the singer is in Atlanta working as a judge on a BET program. As of Thursday evening, there was no statement from BeBe Winans regarding his ex-wife's allegations.

Debra Winans said she is working with other abuse victims in hopes of helping them find healthy solutions to their problem.

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The bride will wear a gown with a corporate logo.

Courtney McKenzie, 27, and fiancé Jamil Newell, 34, are trying to get businesses to sponsor their nuptials and cover the $30,000 price tag of their dream wedding in Thailand.

The enterprising Orlando, Fla., couple, slated to get married in December, launched their Sponsor Our Wedding campaign and website last week.

McKenzie, a former beauty queen turned entrepreneur with a mind for marketing, told the Daily News she came up with the idea in middle of the night. She talked it out with her husband-to-be, and they decided to go for it.

"We're still going to get married either way," she said. "It was one of those things that we just wanted to see if it worked."

And, so far, it is working.

McKenzie said they already have a handful of sponsors on board, including a hotel that will provide lodging and a company that has agreed to sponsor the wedding bands (McKenzie was clear that Newell purchased the engagement ring).

They will also pick a brand's logo to incorporate into the groom's tuxedo and the bride's wedding dress.

This tidbit in particular has riled up people on the Internet, some of whom have called the plan tacky.

"Sarah Jessica Parker wore a logo on her dress at the Met Gala and it was fashionable," McKenzie pointed out, referencing the actress' Oscar de la Renta gown.

Logos will pop up on the newlywed's honeymoon wardrobe, and the newlyweds will be Instagramming and tweeting their 11-day trek through Thailand.

"The whole goal around it was to create something fun that would be fun to follow and watch," the bride-to-be said.

The couple's forthcoming nuptials have already generated a lot of buzz, and their initial wedding announcement has gotten nearly 42,000 likes on Facebook.

A portion of the money from the sponsors will be donated to two of their favorite charities — Positive Habitat for Aspiring Teens and Big Brothers Big Sisters, McKenzie said.

So, why do the husband-and-wife-to-be think companies should sponsor them?

"We are a young, fun couple who opted to have an adventure instead of a traditional wedding," they write on their website. "We have created several sponsorship categories that incorporate your amazing company in our one-of-a-kind social wedding."

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Police in Beverly Hills detained an innocent, Harvard-educated movie producer on his way to a Friday Emmys celebration because he "fit the description" of a wanted bank robber, he claimed.

Charles Belk, who has also helped organized the NAACP Image awards, said police investigating a nearby bank robbery held him for six hours, while denying him a phone call and even an explanation as to why he was under investigation.

"It's one of those things that you hear about, but never think it would happen to you," Belk wrote on his Facebook page. "All because I was mis-indentified as the wrong 'tall, bald head, black male.'"

Belk said he was walking to his car around 5:30 p.m. Friday so he could check the time left on his parking meter. The 51-year-old had just finished a meal at his a Los Angeles restaurant and was due to attend the Emmys pre-party later that night.

Suddenly, officers approached him and demanded he sit on the curb.

Belk obeyed, and cops searched him, handcuffed him and took him to police. The officers never told him why he was being investigated, he claimed.

At the police station, police denied him a phone call and didn't let him speak to his lawyer, Belk said.

It wasn't until midnight — six hours after Belk's nightmare began — that police reviewed the video surveillance tapes and realized they had the wrong guy.

Belk said he believes he was detained because he shared a few, loose physical characteristics with the wanted man: He's tall, black and bald, too.

"All they saw was someone fitting the description. Doesn't matter if he's a 'Taye Diggs BLACK,' a 'LL Cool J BLACK' or 'a Drake BLACK,'" he wrote. "I was 'tall,' 'bald' a 'male' and 'black,' so I fit the description."

Belk holds an electrical engineering degree from the University of Southern California and an MBA from Indiana University, he said. He also earned an executive leadership certificate from Harvard's Business School.

He's worked as a film producer and has helped organized at least four NAACP Image award shows, according to his IMDb page.

The police department apologized to Belk, but in a statement to Los Angeles' KTLA, it explained its officers were just following procedure.

"The Beverly Hills Police Department regrets the inconvenience to Mr. Belk, but was under obligation to thoroughly verify that he was not the suspect before releasing him," the statement said.

Police did arrest one suspect for Friday's bank robbery: 47-year-old Brianna Klouste, who is wanted for at least 10 other California incidents, police said.

They never found the suspect who "fit" Belk's description.



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"No one believed" a suburban Detroit man's claim that he fatally shot an unarmed woman out of self-defense, one juror said.

During the murder trial, Theodore Wafer, 55, testified that he was protecting himself when he killed Renisha McBride, 19, on the porch of his Dearborn Heights home.

But the night of McBride's death he told police that the shooting was an accident, the juror told the Detroit Free Press.

"That hurt him big time," he told the Michigan broadsheet, speaking on the condition of anonymity.

Wafer testified that he heard banging on this door just before dawn on Nov. 2, 2013. He armed himself with a 12-gauge shotgun, opened the door and shot.

"I didn't know there was a round in there," he reportedly told police.

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Pamela J. Meanes, President of the National Bar Association, announced the top 25 cities that the organization will send open records requests in an effort to end nationwide police misconduct and brutality cases that result in the deaths of unarmed individuals.

On September 1, 2014, the National Bar Association will begin filing open records requests in 25 cities that have been identified as having an alleged history of police misconduct and brutality cases. The open records requests will seek information regarding the number of individuals who have been killed, racially profiled, wrongfully arrested and/or injured while pursued or in police custody.

The cities that have been identified include: Birmingham, AL, Little Rock, AR, Phoenix, AZ; Los Angeles, CA; San Jose, CA; Washington, DC; Jacksonville, FL; Miami, FL; Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Louisville, KY; Baltimore, MD; Detroit, MI; Kanas City, MO; St. Louis, MO; Charlotte, NC; Las Vegas, NV; New York City, NY; Cleveland, OH; Memphis, TN; Philadelphia, PA; Dallas, TX; Houston, TX; San Antonio, TX and Milwaukee, WI.

In addition, the National Bar Association will send a “Preservation of Evidence” notice to all necessary entities requesting that they preserve all police officers' raw notes of statements, observations and data collected from the scene of an incident. This request will also require information on the officer specifically involved and all responding officers, as well as the officers’ detail logs from the crime scene, and video and photographic evidence related to any alleged and/or proven misconduct by current or former employees.

The National Bar Association will release its findings to the public and will submit copies to the Department of Justice. More importantly, the organization will demand the Department of Justice launch a full investigation and request a federal oversight of the cities that have been identified with problems.

The organization will also begin to host various seminars for the public next month entitled, “Know Your Rights, Because It Could Save Your Life”. These seminars are aimed to educate the public on their rights when encountering police.

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Two weeks after Michael Brown was gunned down by a police officer, the anger continued to smolder Monday as thousands bid the black teenager farewell at a St. Louis church.

In a rousing speech, the Rev. Al Sharpton reminded mourners that 18-year-old Brown “should be in his second week of college.”

He described how Brown’s body was left on the street for hours after he was killed “like nobody cared about him, like he didn't have any loved ones, like his life value didn't matter.”

“We’re required in his name to change this country,” Sharpton said to cheers. “Justice is going to come! Justice is going to come! Justice is going to come!”

Brown’s uncle, Pastor Charles Ewing, said the Ferguson, Mo., officer who killed his nephew on Aug. 9 has “yet to suffer the consequences.”
“Michael Brown’s blood is crying from the ground, crying for vengeance, crying for justice,” he said.

Brown’s parents, Lesley McSpadden and Michael Brown Sr., looked stricken and did not speak at the funeral.

“I couldn’t protect you but we love you,” the grieving dad wrote on a funeral card. “I will never let you die in my heart.”

“You were the purpose of my life,” Brown’s mom wrote on hers.

Lesley McSpadden, the mother Michael Brown, cries during her son's funeral on Monday.

In the obituary the family handed out, there was no mention of their son’s killer, Officer Darren Wilson.

“I still have anger in my heart,” Brown’s cousin, Bernard Ewing, told the mourners. “I still have revenge on my heart.”

Brown “was a big guy, but a kind, gentle soul,” he said. “One day he told his family the world would know his name. He did not know he was offering up a divine prophecy.”

“We will chant Mike's name and it's gonna shake the heavens,” chimed in cousin Eric Davis. “But not today. Today is for peace, peace and quiet.”


Brown was unarmed when he was killed by Wilson. Right now, a St. Louis County grand jury is considering whether to charge the white officer with a crime.

The FBI and the Department of Justice have launched civil rights investigations into the deadly shooting, which sparked several days of sometimes violent protests and sporadic looting in the St. Louis suburb.

Wilson, 28, has not been seen since the killing and has made no statements. But supporters contend he fired on Brown after the hulking teenager slugged him in the face during a struggle for the officer’s gun.

Witnesses say Brown had his hands up in a sign of surrender when Wilson fired the fatal shots. They said police added insult to injuring by leaving the teenager’s body bleeding in the street for hours after the shooting.

An autopsy later found that Brown had been shot six times.

Prior to his encounter with Brown, Wilson was a well-regarded cop who got a commendation for arresting a suspected drug dealer. But he also was once part of an all-white police force in a neighboring suburb of Jennings that was disbanded over racial tensions in that town.

Ferguson’s police force is also almost entirely white, and the simmering tensions between the department and the mostly black residents of the town exploded after Brown was killed.

Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson fanned the anger further by refusing to release Wilson’s name for days and then releasing footage of Brown allegedly stealing cigars from a convenience store shortly before he was killed.

Jackson later admitted that Wilson had no idea that Brown was a “strong-arm” robbery suspect when the officer stopped him and a pal for walking in the street.


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Michael Brown will be laid to rest Monday, and his father says he just wants one thing: peace.

"Please, please take a day of silence so I can, so we can, lay our son to rest. Please. It's all I ask," Michael Brown Sr. said at a rally in St. Louis on Sunday.

Brown,18, was fatally shot on August 9 by officer Darren Wilson while walking down the streets of Ferguson, Missouri.

His death sparked days of violent protests in the St. Louis suburb. In the past several days, things have calmed down, and the town is slowly coming back to life.

Brown will be eulogized at the Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis.

The White House is sending three officials to his funeral, including one who attended high school with his mother.

One of them is Broderick Johnson, who leads the White House's My Brother's Keeper Task Force. He'll be joined by Marlon Marshall, a St. Louis native who attended high school with Brown's mother, and Heather Foster. Marshall and Foster are part of the White House Office of Public Engagement.

"We don't want anything tomorrow to happen that would defile the name of Michael Brown," the Rev. Al Sharpton said Sunday. "This is not about our rage tomorrow. It's about the legacy and memory of his son, and the mother's son, and their families."

Race tensions

Two weeks after the shooting sparked violent protests, the mood turned more tranquil over the weekend with smaller crowds and lots of music. Gone were police in riot gear and defiant protesters. The tear gas, rubber bullets and Molotov cocktails were nowhere to be seen, either.

In their place were clusters of officers, hanging around businesses, chatting with one another.

Music flowed at a memorial held Sunday at Greater St. Marks Missionary Baptist Church.

"Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. always had music as an element of protest," said the Rev. E.G. Shields Jr., who helped organize the event. "He knew there was a way that music helped soothe the soul."

Race has been at the forefront of the tensions; Brown was African-American and the officer who shot him is white.
Wilson's supporters held a rally in St. Louis on Sunday, where organizers announced they had raised more than $400,000 for the officer.

St. Louis authorities have released details of the racial and gender makeup of the grand jury, which started hearing testimony on Wednesday.

It comprises six white men, three white women, two black women and one black man, said Paul Fox, the administrator for the St. Louis County Circuit Court.

St. Louis County is 70% white and 24% black, according to last year's estimate by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Crucial grand jury

Unlike a jury in a criminal case, which convicts someone if jurors are convinced of guilt "beyond a reasonable doubt," a grand jury decides whether there is "probable cause." They decide whether to charge someone with a crime based on testimony and evidence presented in the absence of a judge.

In Missouri, they don't have to be in unanimous agreement to press such an indictment, as long as nine of the 12 agree on a charge.

The federal government is conducting a separate investigation.

FBI agents interviewed more than 200 people as part of the U.S. Justice Department's civil rights investigation, according to law enforcement sources.

The federal investigation must prove there was an element of "racial hostility" in the shooting. That's a higher standard than the one before the St. Louis County grand jury.

The 12 members of the grand jury are crucial. They may be the first to reach a decision on whether the case will be defined as a murder charge, a lesser charge or no charge at all.

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A state-licensed day care provider was hit with manslaughter charges Sunday stemming from the death of a Bronx toddler she admitted throwing on the floor and stepping on in a twisted “wrestling” match.

Athena Skeeter, 40, who also goes by Athena Cross, described to cops the gruesome details of how she delivered lethal blows to 20-month-old Cardell Williamson and put him in a bath of scalding water.

“She was supposed to provide child care. All she provided was the death of my child,” Cardell’s devastated father, Carlyle Williamson, 56, told the Daily News on Sunday.

The father said city officials forced him to take his son to Skeeter as part of a back-to-work program he qualified for under city welfare rules.

“She took a presence from my life that can never be replaced,” said the father, a recovering drug addict who won sole custody of Cardell about seven months ago.

Williamson, who is being trained as a landscaper after completing a court-ordered drug education program, said he hasn’t seen his son’s drug-addled mother, Tomasina Cheatham, 31, in months.

Skeeter, who according to records has been a state-licensed day care provider since 2005, was arraigned Sunday in Bronx Criminal Court on charges of manslaughter and endangering the welfare of a child.

“I was wrestling with Cardell,” Skeeter told detectives in a blow-by-blow of what occurred Friday afternoon inside her home day care center on College Ave. in Claremont, the Bronx, according to a criminal complaint.

“I flipped him on to the bed. I had a lot of stuff on the bed. I lifted him by one arm and one leg and threw him to the floor. The floor was hardwood. I stepped on his stomach three times,” Skeeter told police. “I didn’t use full force. I then threw my son on top of Cardell and stepped on his stomach three times.”

She said Cardell suddenly “acted different” and began to throw up, according to the complaint. “His head kept tilting,” Skeeter told cops. “He couldn’t walk on his own.”
She said she put the boy in the bathtub and put cold water on his face to revive him.

“I step out of the bathroom to put the bath chair outside of the bathroom,” Skeeter said. “I turned around and Cardell was slumped over with his head in the water and steam was coming out of the water.”

She said the child was unresponsive and had burns on his arms and face.

Cops responding to Skeeter’s 911 call just after 2 p.m. Friday rushed the boy to Bronx Lebanon Hospital in their squad car, but doctors were unable to save him.

The city medical examiner’s office ruled Cardell’s death a homicide caused by blunt force trauma to his head and torso.

Skeeter was being held without bail Sunday. She was to return to court Thursday.

State records show no violations were found during the last inspection of Skeeter’s day care on April 18, 2013.

Carlyle Williamson said he was preparing to find a new day care provider after his son suffered several injuries since he started leaving him in Skeeter’s care three or four months ago.

“I just didn’t feel comfortable leaving him in the care of this person, but you have to comply with the rules to be a part of the back-to-work program,” he said.
is the site of the daycare on College Avenue where Cardell Williamson died.

He told The News his son came home before with bumps and bruises, but the day care operator always had an excuse.

“Two weeks ago he came home with a bump on his head and split lip. She told me he slipped and fell in the kitchen,” Williamson said. “Another time, he came back all scraped up and she said he fell down some steps because his shoes were too tight. She always had a story for what had happened.”

A source familiar with the back-to-work program run by the Human Resources Administration of the Department of Social Services confirmed the city agency offers clients free day care with city- or state-approved providers.

Williamson’s brother said the death of his nephew was especially heartbreaking because the father worked so hard to get custody and be a responsible dad.

“This man has done a complete (180) in the last four or five years,” James Joyce, 54, said of his brother. “He’s been clean, won’t even take a drink. He’s a great father. He’s been a model citizen.”

Williamson said the city Administration for Children’s Services took custody of Cardell from Cheatham after the baby was born.

He said that when he filed for custody, Cheatham showed up in Bronx Family Court to fight for the child. He said he was awarded custody when she stopped appearing for hearings and disappeared from their son’s life.

“We are deeply saddened and concerned by the news about toddler Cardell Williamson, and our agencies are collaborating with the investigation of his tragic death,” said Maibe Ponet, a spokeswoman for Mayor de Blasio.

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Texas police mistakenly pulled over and arrested a woman, scaring her four children in the car including a 6-year-old boy who exited the vehicle with his hands up.

Dashboard footage from the officers' car in Forney, Tex., was released to TV station WFAA.

The officers were searching for a beige or tan Toyota with four black males after authorities were alerted a gun was pointed out of the window.

Police pulled over a burgundy red Nissan Maxima driven by Kametra Barbour's on Aug. 9 that was spotted in the same area as the other car, the station reported.

Sir, what is going on? Oh my God. You will terrify my children.

Barbour was immediately pulled out of the car and handcuffed with her four children inside.

"Yes sir, what is wrong? My kids. They are 6 and 8 and 10, 9. What are we doing?" she asked. "Sir, what is going on? Oh my God. You will terrify my children."

After his mother was pulled away, 6-year-old Ryan can be seen exiting the car and walking to the officers with his hands up.

The cops had been looking for a tan or beige vehicle carrying four black men, but pulled over Barbour’s reddish vehicle carrying her and her four children.

Barbour’s 6-year-old son Ryan put his hands up and approached police.

Barbour had been driving with her four children when she was pulled over by police.

Police had to calm the children in the car and guarantee to them that they weren’t going to jail.

Police can be heard on the tape recognizing the children were too young and did not match the description they had been given. They can also be seen trying to calm down the screaming children in the car and assured them no one will go to jail.

A Forney detective told the station the officers' actions were appropriate due to the seriousness of the call they were investigating. Barbour told the station she understood the officers made quick decisions, but is still bothered by what happened.

"I need you to make sure you have all the facts, because you can't just say, 'OK, I'm sorry,' and then I'm over it," she said. "I can't. Every time I listen to and hear or think about it, it bothers you. I can't just say, 'I'm fine. It's OK. It's not a big deal.' It is."

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ryan sit Aug-25-2014 174 0
Five people died — including three children — in a fiery car crash Saturday night in Babylon, Long Island, police said.

Myriam Lebrun, 37, of Brooklyn, was driving west on the Southern State Parkway with her three children and their grandmother, when the car veered off the highway between exits 38 and 39, state police said.

New York State Police said Lebrun was on her way home to Brooklyn after visiting family in Suffolk County when the 1998 Honda Accord struck a tree and burst into flames.

Lebrun, her children Marcus Jeanty, 14, Marcel Jeanty, 9, and Kayla Jeanty, 8, and their grandmother Moise Yolande, 68, died at the scene, police said.

North Babylon First Assistant Fire Chief Robert Cabano, who was one of the first to arrive on the scene, said flames pouring out of the car reached 10 to 15 feet in the air.

“There was a heavy fire condition to the front of the vehicle and (to) the passenger’s side,” Cabano said. One passenger had been ejected from the car and the four others were trapped inside.

“It’s absolutely tragic,” he said. “It’ just tragic. It’s horrible.”

It took firefighters 15 minutes to put out the blaze. It was not clear if the family died on impact, he said. “I would hope so. No one should suffer in that way.”

It was not immediately known what caused the car to drive off the parkway and officials were investigating Sunday.

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