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Officials in Lubbock, Texas have not charged a married man who fatally shot his mistress' ex-husband during a child custody dispute.

Chad Read's widow Jennifer Read released cell phone footage of the verbal altercation that led to Read's fatal shooting.

In the video, 54-year-old father Chad Read is seen arguing with his ex-wife Christina Read's new boyfriend Kyle Carruth.

Carruth is heard telling Read to "get off my property."

Read was there to pick up a son he had with ex-wife Christina Read.

At one point, Carruth went inside the house to retrieve a rifle while Read continued arguing with Christina Read outside.

"Where's my son at? I'll go get him. I'm supposed to have him at 3:15," Chad Read is heard telling Christina Read. "And you're playing games telling me that I can pick him up at six? I've already got the cops on the way to your mom's house... Because that's probably where he is."

Then, Carruth emerged from the house with the rifle and the two men briefly argued on the front porch.

Carruth fired a warning shot at Read's feet before firing two shots into Read's chest, killing him.

According to Jennifer Read, Carruth was angry that Read threatened to expose his extramarital affair to his wife, Judge Ann-Marie Carruth whose jurisdiction is the 72nd District Court in Crosby and Lubbock counties.

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Through her attorney, Jennifer Read released a statement along with her cell phone footage.

In an affidavit, Jennifer Read accused Christina Read and Kyle Carruth of engaging "in a conspiracy" to murder Chad Read to silence him.

In a Facebook post, Jennifer Read wrote:

"Please share. Make this go viral. Does this look like a man in fear of his life or the life of others? Look at that smile. He is a cold blooded murderer."

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Accompanying her post is an image from her cell phone footage that shows Carruth smiling at Read before killing him.

Carruth's attorney claims he shot Read in self-defense.

CAUTION: The video contains graphic violence that may be disturbing to some viewers.
 

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A jury has returned guilty verdicts for three men charged with fatally shooting Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick, Georgia last year.

Father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and neighbor Roddie Bryan were found guilty on all counts including malice murder and felony murder on Wednesday.

The McMichaels pursued Arbery in their pickup truck after they spotted him leaving a home that was under construction in their Satilla Shores subdivision on Feb. 23, 2020.

Travis McMichael claims he shot Arbery in self-defense after Arbery grabbed for his shotgun. Bryan joined the pursuit and recorded the video of Travis McMichael shooting Arbery.

The murder would have gone unnoticed, but someone leaked the video online and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation took over the case from local police.

The three men were arrested and charged following the public uproar.

The guilty verdicts come a week after 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse was cleared on all charges in his murder case in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Rittenhouse faced life in prison if convicted of murdering two Antifa activists and wounding a third man during the Jacob Blake riots last summer.

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A suspect accused of kidnapping and assaulting a woman tried to flee from police by jumping through a hotel window 6 floors above the ground.

The incident happened on Sunday morning at a Quality Hotel in Blue Ash, Ohio.

Police bodycam video shows 19-year-old Onjre Damon George answering a cop's question in a hotel room.

A moment later, he slipped the cop's grip and fled toward the window where he tried to jump through it.

But the reinforced glass didn't break and the suspect bounced back into the room.

"Where you going?" the officer asked, before cuffing him.

The Blue Ash Police Department said cops responded to a welfare check call after an employee saw the suspect with a woman who appeared to be in distress.

The employee told police "She was discreetly able to ask the female if she was okay and the female used body language to indicate that something was wrong."

When police arrived to the suspect's hotel room, they asked him if "something happened" between him and the woman. George nervously answered their questions, before attempting to flee through the window.

George was charged with kidnapping, rape and assault. He will be served Thanksgiving dinner at the Hamilton County Justice Center where he is being held on $100,000 bond. His trial is scheduled for December 1.

The woman was transported to a hospital.
 

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The San Francisco Bay Area is under siege by hammer-wielding mobs taking advantage of lax misdemeanor laws.

On Saturday, in Walnut Creek, a group of about 80 people carrying crowbars swarmed into a Nordstrom and left a minute later carrying expensive merchandise. They piled into about 25 cars and sped off.
 

"We probably saw 80 people in ski masks crowbars a bunch of weapons. They were looting the Nordstrom's right here," local PF Chang’s manager Brett Barrette told KGO.

Walnut Creek Police said that one employee was pepper sprayed and two others were kicked and punched.

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Police were on the scene within minutes and arrested three of the perpetrators.

A day earlier, a smaller group of masked men ran into a San Francisco Union Square Louis Vuitton and emptied the entire store or merchandise.


 
Police were there quickly to apprehend a few of the thieves who are probably back on the streets due to the Bay Area's lax bail reform laws.

A pharmacy in Oakland was also hit by a mob of looters on Saturday.

On Sunday, a group of about 40-50 teenagers carrying hammers stormed into a Macy's and other stores in the Southland Mall.

They smashed glass cases and stole jewelry from Sam's jewelry store. About an hour later, in San Jose, another group entered a Lululemon store in the outdoor mall at Santana Row and stole merchandise before fleeing the scene.

All of the smash-and-grab robberies were over in less than a minute.

Residents blame Democratic lawmakers who downgraded the theft of property less than $950 in value from a felony to a misdemeanor charge.

The same lawmakers also enacted bail reform laws making it easier for criminals to hit the streets following arrests.

San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin faces a recall election amid soaring crime rates.

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At least 5 people were killed and dozens more injured when a vehicle rammed police barriers and plowed into a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin on Sunday.

An officer opened fire on the speeding vehicle after the suspect broke through police barriers to flee the scene.
 

Chilling videos showed bodies flying as the red Ford Escape SUV mowed down children, high school cheerleaders and dancing grannies. The suspect was reportedly fleeing police after leaving the scene of a stabbing.
 


 
Police eventually located the abandoned SUV and traced an expired driver's license in the vehicle to 38-year-old Darrell E. Brooks Jr., an admitted pimp and Black supremacist.
 

Brooks faces multiple counts of capital murder, reckless endangerment, fleeing the scene of a felony, possession of a firearm by a felon, and many more charges.

According to court records, Brooks was released on $1,000 bond just two days before the tragedy. He has a long criminal history that includes domestic abuse and sex trafficking charges.

In addition to being a career criminal, Brooks is an aspiring rapper who uploaded tracks to YouTube and SoundCloud calling himself Mathboi Fly.

According to posts on his Facebook page, Brooks was unhappy that 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all charges by a Kenosha, Wisconsin jury on Friday.

Brooks' Facebook posts and music called for violence against white people and supported Black Lives Matter. One post specifically described running white people over.

Facebook took down Mathboi Fly's page hours after the incident.

See some Twitter responses below.

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Another viral video from Brazil shows real men beating down a punk after he tried to rob a girl on a busy street in broad daylight.

The video shows a brazen food delivery driver ride up on a motorcycle and snatch a girl's purse. Before he could flee with the purse, a group of men knocked him off the motorcycle and stomped him into the pavement.

Other men piled on and taught the guy a valuable lesson with their hands and feet.
 
ALSO READ: Caught On Video: Street Justice in Brazil
 
You rarely see this type of bravery here in the U.S. unless the men are not from here. There are a lot of Jamaican men in America who will not tolerate another man disrespecting Black women.

Some American men are soy boys with too much Estrogen in their blood. They would rather record the action on their cell phones or stand around and watch.

In the second video below, another weak man is handled by real men after he beat his girlfriend in the street.

Again, grown men risking their lives to protect a woman they don't know.

If you are a petty crook who targets women, don't do it in Brazil: REAL men exist there. You might get hurt or killed.
 

 

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A 9-year-old girl is being called a hero after she fought off a man who robbed her mom in a supermarket parking lot.

The incident happened outside Sabor Tropical Supermarket in West Palm Beach, Florida on November 2.

West Palm Beach police say Danielle Mobley and her daughter Journée Nelson were walking back to their car when a robber -- identified as 29-year-old Demetrius Jackson -- ran up and tackled Mobley to the ground.

Mobley struggled with Jackson who snatched her purse containing a Samsung phone, $40 in cash, several bank cards, a Coach wallet, her concealed carry permit and chewing gum.

While grown men stood nearby and did nothing, little Journée threw punches at Jackson's face then chased him as he fled with her mom's purse.

"She actually jumped up and chased him four houses down the block with me chasing her, calling her back," Mobley said during a news conference.

Surveillance video below shows the struggle between Mobley, Journée and the robber and the chase that ensued.

For her bravery, little Journée was honored by the West Palm Beach Police Department last week.

"I wouldn't recommend that you confront an individual like that," said West Palm Beach Police Chief Frank Adderley. "I bet he was shocked when she hit him right in his face... He was not expecting that. I think she hit him pretty hard."

Journée took photos with her parents during a tour of the West Palm Beach Police Department.

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Surveillance footage from outside a Memphis cookie store shows a man firing at two suspects who fatally shot rapper Young Dolph.

Dolph, 36, was shot multiple times by two gunmen firing into Makeda's Butter Cookies store on Airway Blvd Wednesday. Dolph was pronounced dead at the scene.

A photo circulating on social media shows the shattered storefront windows where the gunmen opened fire.

Images from the surveillance video shows a man dressed in all black armed with a Draco AK-47 firing at a white Mercedes Benz speeding away from the scene.

The man was arrested by Memphis police. He has not been identified.

The assailants are still at large.

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In related news, aspiring rapper Soulja Boy was dropped from the 2021 Millenium Tour stops in St. Louis, Missouri and Memphis, Tennessee.

Soulja Boy reportedly had beef with Dolph on social media and allegedly threatened his life a few days before he was killed.

The rapper responded on social media, writing, "I'm still getting paid. What him dying got to do with me? I'm tryna see my fans."

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Ex-NFL Player Zackary "Zac" Stacy was arrested at the Orlando International Airport after he exited a flight from Nashville, Tennessee on Thursday.

Stacy is accused of savagely beating his ex-girlfriend Kristin Evans, the mother of his 5-month-old son.

The beating was captured on hidden cameras in Evans' studio apartment in Oakland, Florida last Saturday.

Stacy fled the state after the attack, but he was persuaded by law enforcement to return to Florida to face the music.

Orlando Police took him into custody and he was booked into the Orange County Jail late Thursday, according to OPD spokesperson Heidi Rodriguez.

Stacy appears to have a smirk on his face in the mugshot released by the Orange County Jail.

In a series of Twitter posts this week, Evans complained that she was ignored by Oakland police officers who waited 4 days to issue a restraining order against the former NY Jets running back.

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However, the OPD claims officers responded "within minutes" to Evans' emergency call Saturday around 2:30 p.m. and determined "a domestic violence battery had taken place."

Oakland police Detective Shawn Dozier claimed Stacy, "had fled the scene," by the time officers arrived.

Evans took to Twitter to thank her supporters last night. She tweeted, "Personally I feel the state should have several more charges, but thank you to everyone who made this possible!!! We are halfway there."

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Surveillance footage caught the moment 2 masked gunmen took aim at beloved Memphis rapper Young Dolph as he stood inside a cookie shop on Wednesday.

Witnesses say the gunmen drove up in a vehicle, jumped out and opened fire on Dolph while he was inside Makeda's Butter Cookies in South Memphis.

Dolph was shot twice and pronounced dead at the scene. The gunmen are still at large.

The images, which appear to be taken from surveillance footage, circulated on Twitter.com on Wednesday. The photos show two gunmen outside Makeda's Butter Cookies store -- one holding an assault rifle and the other wielding a pistol.

The images were validated by three independent law enforcement sources who spoke to local news outlet FOX 13 on Thursday.

Dolph was in his hometown on Wednesday to hand out turkeys -- an annual Thanksgiving tradition.

The rapper was a frequent visitor to the cookie store whenever he was in town. The owner of Makeda's Butter Cookies, Maurice Hill, said Dolph arrived at the store around 1 p.m. to buy his favorite chocolate chip cookies.

The shop posted video of a recent visit by Dolph on its Instagram page.