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Post  TumbleWeed on Tue May 21, 2013 1:57 pm

http://thepiratebay.sx/torrent/5829669/Cops_All_Seasons_(Season_1_To_Season_19)

I think that's the torrent I downloaded. Note: it might take you several days to download it since it's nearly 100GB. Make sure you have enough space on your HDD's and that your internet is fast enough. It took me 5 days to download it.
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Post  Guest on Wed May 22, 2013 1:59 am

They were shooting again over on 20th tonight. I don't advise none of yaw to roll thru there right now...lil niggaz is turnt up and life is too good to try and prove something or let curiosity get you...appearantly they not taking any chances after a certain hood did a drive thru on them

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Post  TumbleWeed on Sat Jun 15, 2013 3:29 pm

A dude from the Zions was killed last night on Mt Vernon inbetween GSG and Sur Crazy Ones hood, his name was Nate.
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Post  dstrm300 on Sat Jun 15, 2013 5:24 pm

LetsAllxBrip wrote:I downloaded all of the COPS episodes from season 1 - 19 a couple of days ago. Season 5 had several episodes that were filmed in San Bernardino during the summer of 1993 (one of the most violent years for the city). One of them showed someone who was murdered in the Waterman Gardens and what looks like a group of PPHG's being cuffed/questioned in the background. Anybody know of a good site (besides youtube) where I could upload them for free?

Try kickasstorrents.com
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Post  TumbleWeed on Sat Jun 15, 2013 5:44 pm

Never mind about the statement I made about it being "in between GSG/SCO area", it was a little north of that. Same exact area where that dude from the CG's was killed last month.

@dstrm, I will do that.
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San Bernardino neighborhood terrorized by gunfire prior to homicide

Post  TumbleWeed on Sun Aug 04, 2013 9:32 pm

San Bernardino neighborhood terrorized by gunfire prior to homicide

Posted:   08/04/2013 10:51:48 AM PDT





A man was shot and killed outside his apartment complex Saturday following an evening of gunfire in the neighborhood, police and witnesses said.

Terry Peter Ozane, Jr., 24, of San Bernardino, was gunned down outside the Dorjil Estates, in the 1800 block of West 19th Street, about 10:20 p.m. Responding officers found Ozane laying dead in the street, suffering from at least one gunshot wound to the chest, police said.

"He was crossing the street to go see a friend and someone gunned him down," said Ozane's sister, Vicky Henderson, 41, Sunday.

Henderson stood aside a shrine of candles and white teddy bears that ornamented the sidewalk about 10 feet from where Ozane was killed. Though the blood had long since been washed away, a dark stain from where it pooled under Ozane's body and the rivulets that streamed from it remained.

Henderson said three men in a white compact car were seen speeding out of the Dorjil Estates via an electric wrought iron gate. They began shooting at her brother as they passed.

"They just rushed out and gunned him down," Henderson said. She said she found at least 10 shell casings at the scene, and that her brother's slayings capped an evening of violence in the neighborhood east of California Street.

"There had been shootings all day," Henderson said.

San Bernardino police Lt. Brett Birnbaum said there were back-to-back reports of shots being fired in the neighborhood just hours before the homicide.

At 6:55 p.m. Saturday, police
received a report of shots fired inside the Dorjil Estates, in the vicinity of Glenview and Ladds courts.

"Expended casings were found, but no victims or suspects were located," Birnbaum said.

A few minutes earlier, police received a report of shots fired in the 1800 block of West 19th Street, near the scene of the homicide, Birnbaum said.
"It looks like there were some bullet strikes to a wall of an apartment in that block, but again, no victims or suspects were located," the sergeant said.
As of late Sunday afternoon, no suspects had been identified.

For years, the Little Zion Bloods street gang has staked claim to the neighborhood. The gang is named after the Little Zion Manor apartment complex on the northeast corner of California and 19th streets, directly across from the Dorjil Estates.
But it was unclear Sunday if the shooting was gang related.
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Post  TumbleWeed on Sun Aug 04, 2013 10:35 pm

Maze vs LZ's flaring up again....
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Re: San Bernardino activity

Post  wolfman on Mon Aug 05, 2013 2:44 am

San Berdoo Activity

"NIL"

ho ho ho

Smile 

j/f

new era these 2k's 

a whole lot of quiet and sublime going around
not much of anything

i think maybe there's just a whole lot of party'ing going around
and who cares about gang banging?

Only left over dopes (?) Sad
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Post  TumbleWeed on Fri Jan 24, 2014 11:42 pm

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SAN BERNARDINO: Shooting hospitalizes new city resident (UPDATE)

Post  TumbleWeed on Fri Feb 21, 2014 12:51 am

A single gunshot badly wounded a 27-year-old man outside his San Bernardino home where police said their preliminary search turned up little evidence to help them solve the crime,
“He is in stable condition and expected to survive,” homicide Sgt. Gary Robertson said of the victim.


The man recently moved to San Bernardino from Los Angeles, Robertson said, and was gunned down about 2:15 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20, along the 100 block of East Olive Street, about five blocks southwest of Baseline and Waterman Avenue.


Someone — police at the scene weren’t sure who — drove the man to the nearest hospital, where the staff quickly transferred him to a major trauma center.
Two hours later, investigators were still trying to determine the motive and circumstances behind the shooting.


“No idea why this happened, per him,” Robertson said. “But witnesses reported hearing an argument between the victim and a … subject prior to the gunshot.”


The victim, whose name wasn’t released, told officers he had just gotten out of his red Pontiac Grand Am when a man appeared and shot him.


But there were no obvious blood spatters or stains on the car or immediately around it, according to the preliminary search.
And police had no suspects or descriptions of potential getaway vehicles.


http://blog.pe.com/breaking-news/2014/02/20/san-bernardino-shooting-gravely-wounds-man/
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San Bernardino -- Man Fires 15 rounds Into Home, Seriously Wounds Teenager

Post  TumbleWeed on Fri Feb 21, 2014 12:29 pm

SAN BERNARDINO -- A 17-year-old boy suffered serious bullet wounds early Friday when a neighbor fired around 15 gunshots into his home, police said.
San Bernardino police received a call at 3:48 a.m. about a victim of a shooting in the 1000 block of West 11th Street.
The shooter, an unidentified 29-year-old man who escaped capture, was upset over what police suspect was a boyfriend-girlfriend dispute.
“Almost every window was shot at and there were a lot of holes in the stucco outside, so it looks like he was walking around the house shooting inside,” Sgt. Gary Robertson said.


The teen was taken to an area hospital where he was listed in stable condition.
Police said the victim and suspect both live on a piece of property that has two duplexes. The teen lives with his mother in one of the buildings and the shooter lives in the other.
Robertson said the victim’s mother was home at the time, as were numerous other residents, but no one else was struck by the gunfire.
Another shooting occurred less than two miles away around 2 p.m. Thursday in the 100 block of East Olive Street. Police arrived, but the victim had already left the area and drove himself to a hospital.


He was listed in stable condition at Loma Linda University Medical Center.
No arrests have been made in either case. Police say they are not related.
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Post  TumbleWeed on Sun Mar 02, 2014 12:58 am

Them Radugos been stirring shit up lately. Been hearing about a lot of foul stuff going on. Ignorant people making everything "race related"....smh.
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Post  TumbleWeed on Wed Mar 05, 2014 8:21 pm

West side situation is kind of heating up. Lot of shooting going on in different hoods. All I'm going to say is CG's and PJ's are setting shit off right now.
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Memorials, fear follow San Bernardino shootings

Post  TumbleWeed on Fri Mar 07, 2014 12:36 am

SAN BERNARDINO >> About 50 candles, liquor bottles and Kit Kat bars lay at the scene of a deadly drive-by shooting Thursday, one of a trio of shootings that plagued city streets within four hours Wednesday in San Bernardino.


Words written in ink and candlewax covered the sidewalk outside Tacos Durango in the 800 block of Medical Center Drive where Enon Damon Edwards Jr., 20, collapsed after being shot. Written on a piece of cardboard were the words “Rest in Peace Bubba.”


“There’s too much anger in the world,” said Billy Allen, 73, who has lived on the Westside off and on since the 1950s. “There’s no love anymore.”


Edwards died at a hospital following the shooting, the seventh victim to die in a homicide this year in San Bernardino, while 20-year-old Kiyon Drake of San Bernardino survived a gunshot wound.


Many people at the memorial site were reluctant to talk about the violence, but Allen said part of the problem is there’s a sense of community-style policing that’s disappeared from today’s society.


“There was a time when police would get out of the patrol car, walk and get to know people,” Allen said. “They don’t do that anymore.”


Allen feels there needs to be more police presence in violence-plagued neighborhoods.


“They’ve got a hell of a job to do,” he added. “We need them.”


Officials at San Bernardino City Unifed School District placed Alessandro Elementary School at 670 Ramona Ave. on lockdown during the police investigation of the first shooting scene.


An Arroyo Valley High School freshman who walked by the memorial site called it a sad incident, but expected for what he called a “gang area.” He declined to reveal his name, fearing retaliation.


“If you get caught slippin’ in the wrong turf, that could be your life,” he said.


A bullet-ridden, blood-splattered car was the only thing left at the scene of the second shooting in the 2000 block of West Gilbert Street.


That’s the car Jonathan Scruggs, 32, of San Bernardino, hid in to protect himself from the attack shortly before 2 p.m.


Scruggs suffered a gunshot wound to the head and two to his upper torso, police said. He was listed in critical, but stable condition.


Rio Vista Elementary School at 1451 N. California St. was placed on lockdown.


Neighbors hid in their homes fearing becoming victims as well.


One neighbor, Valentina Castaneda, 35, was inside her house and heard the shots ring out. Scruggs ran to her front door, leaving a 100-foot trail of blood in his wake. He pounded on her door, but she took refuge in her bathroom because she didn’t know if the gunman was still outside.


“I feel bad because I wanted to help him,” she said as tears flowed.


After living in the neighborhood for nearly two years, Castaneda said she’s now fearful of going outside.


“I’m very scared, nervous,” she said. “I don’t even want to walk into the street because I’m scared.”


There were few reminders of the violence in the San Bernardino neighborhood, where another shooting occurred around 3:30 p.m.


Chris Jones, 25, of San Bernardino was walking in the street in the 3300 block of East Love Lane when a man approached him, pulled out a handgun and fired the weapon, striking Jones several times as he tried to flee, police said.


School officials also placed Highland Pacific Elementary School at 3340 Pacific St. following the third shooting as a safety precaution.


Tim Guck, 58, who has lived on nearby La Verne Street for 35 years, said Jones collapsed in the roadway, but another man jumped a block wall and ran through his backyard. He suspects the other man was with Jones and fleeing the shooter.


Although police have not released a motive in the attack, Guck suspects it might be gang-related.


“It’s random gang violence. It can happen anywhere,” he said. “But it’s rather shocking when it happens that close.”


Mayor Carey Davis said Thursday that the gang-related fear many have — both inside the city and looking at it from outside — is troubling, but that it was inappropriate to speculate until police come to a conclusion.


“That is the impression people have, that this is a violent place, and that’s not something that can be fixed overnight,” Davis said. “Not just gangs but homelessness and other issues are tied together, and I support the approach our chief is taking.”
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Re: San Bernardino activity

Post  Earth Horse on Fri Mar 07, 2014 4:33 am

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One dead, one wounded in San Bernardino shooting - 23-year-old man shot and killed Monday in front of an apartment building

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San Bernardino shootings: Five wounded in Friday night violence

Post  TumbleWeed on Fri Mar 28, 2014 10:07 pm

SAN BERNARDINO >> Four people have been wounded in a gun battle Friday night that erupted at an apartment complex in a neighborhood where gang violence raged in 2005 and culminated with the fatal shooting of an 11-year-old girl.
The shooting erupted around 7 p.m. at an apartment complex in the 2900 block of N. Mountain Ave. At least two of the victims, a man and a woman, were critically wounded, and a paramedic was administering CPR on one of them as they were taken to the hospital, said Lt. Rich Lawhead of the San Bernardino Police Department.


“It was a gun battle between two factions,” Lawhead said Friday, adding that one of the victims may have been one of the shooters. One handgun was found tossed atop the roof of a carport at the apartment complex, Lawhead said.


more at the link below.

http://www.sbsun.com/general-news/20140328/san-bernardino-police-investigate-shooting



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I got some folks who stay off Lynwood who told me there's been shootings/shoot outs over there nearly everyday of this month. I'm trying to find out who's going at it.
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Post  Earth Horse on Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:00 am

That situation turned out to not be a gun battle but just one person shooting. The gun on the carport roof was a bb gun.  The shooter (suspected) shot his self in the leg trying to get away.


In other news though (which isn't in paper or online yet) there was a shooting in the Maze area today where 3 people were hit

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Post  TumbleWeed on Mon Mar 31, 2014 12:30 am

Earth Horse wrote:That situation turned out to not be a gun battle but just one person shooting. The gun on the carport roof was a bb gun.  The shooter (suspected) shot his self in the leg trying to get away.


In other news though (which isn't in paper or online yet) there was a shooting in the Maze area today where 3 people were hit

According to someone who lives there, someone from the other group shot back, but I guess didn't hit anyone from the other side. One of the victims was a girl, only 19, hit several times in the chest. The paramedics had to bring her back because her heart stopped. She's at the hospital still fighting for her life. One of them is now paralyzed from the neck down, another is in critical condition. The others suffered non-life threatening wounds. 

Two hoods are going at it viciously over there right now. But there's more than just a single conflict going on. Some of it is just completely random things, and  non-gang related people getting shot for no reason. 

A lot of shootings have been going on in the west side and on the other side of the 215. Most shootings in the city just go unreported, unless someone tips off the police and a journalist is informed, or someone is killed.
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Re: San Bernardino activity

Post  American Zombie on Mon Mar 31, 2014 1:36 am

And some people are twacked out of their minds, just killing for the hell of it. A friend of my mother's son got stabbed to death at muscoy liquor, the dude was mentally ill asking people for money and some guy decided he was annoyed and stabbed him in front of a bunch of people till he died. 

Everybody must be really miserable to just be killing for the sake of it!


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Post  TumbleWeed on Mon Mar 31, 2014 2:01 am

Damn, was that one of the homeless people that stays over there? There's a group of homeless people who stay under that freeway right across the street from there, some little knuckle heads from the Zions were beating them up so they started banding together for protection.
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Post  American Zombie on Mon Mar 31, 2014 11:27 am

TumbleWeedBity wrote:Damn, was that one of the homeless people that stays over there? There's a group of homeless people who stay under that freeway right across the street from there, some little knuckle heads from the Zions were beating them up so they started banding together for protection.


Yea he had a mental illness..he had a family that cared about him and a place to stay but due to his condition he would wonder off into the streets which is common in people with schizophrenia.. You just got to wonder about the the man in jail, sitting there thinking about life in prison because he killed a mentally disturbed man. What a waste.
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Two men shot in north San Bernardino early Tuesday morning

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