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Two busted for stealing iPhones from AT&T stores.

 

Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
. Two Minneapolis men were arrested Tuesday by Lake Hallie Police for thefts at the AT&T and Walmart stores.

 

Lake Hallie Police were called at about 6:30 p.m. for a reported robbery of the AT&T store, 3040 Commercial Blvd. The store witnesses said a man ripped an iPhone 4s and an iPhone 5 from a display area and fled the store in a white Dodge Ram van.

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Yusef Abdi Ali, 22.

 

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Said Ahmed Mohamed, 22.

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Khayr   

So sad to see this. We are seeing how kids turn out in poor single

mother Somali homes. The girls become educated and the boys become unemployed and turn to crime.

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Khayr;979563 wrote:
So sad to see this. We are seeing how kids turn out in poor single

mother Somali homes. The girls become educated and the boys become unemployed and turn to crime.

Yea that seems to be the trend lately.

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Two enterprising (Ganacsadayaal) coke dealers given 9 year prison.

 

Cardiff, Wales.
Abdi Edan, 26, Ahmed Gudaal, 24, and Nigel Thoma-Iti, 19, were arrested at Edan’s home address in Litchfield Court, in Riverside, Cardiff, last September.

 

Edan and Gudaal were today sentenced at Cardiff Crown Court for five years and four years respectively for possession with intent to supply heroin and production of crack cocaine.

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Abdi Edan (left), 26 Ahmed Gudaal, 24 (right).

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A Xalimo arrested for hitting a California High Patrol car, refusing to stop.

 

Yuma County, Arizona.
A woman was arrested after Yuma police say she rammed her car into a California Highway Patrol Unit.

 

Halima Ahmed, 32, has been booked into the Yuma County Detention Center on charges of aggravated assault, endangerment, unlawful flight, resisting arrest, and other charges.

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Halima Ahmed, 32.

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Wadani   

Nin-Yaaban you seem like a cool guy, yet ur doing one of the most evil things a person can do in this world, which is to expose peoples ceeb publicly. Most people have done mistakes they regret and most people have skeletons in their closet they would never want anyone to find out about....just because these people got caught by the law doesn't mean u should parade their faces in front of the thousands of Somalis who visit this forum. Remember that Allah hates and exposes people who expose others.

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The 5th suspect arrested in Latasha Roundtree homicide.

 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Cedar Rapids Police have made another arrest in the Latasha Roundtree murder investigation.

 

Police say Yasin Muhidin, 17, was arrested last week in Rochester, Minn., on unrelated sexual abuse charges.

 

Muhidin is the fifth person to be arrested in this case.

 

Tajh Ross, Liban Muhidin, Adrian Kenney and Jeremiah Ellis all face charges stemming from Roundtree's death.

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Yasin Muhidin, 17.

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A man arrested for stabbing.

 

Lewiston, Maine.
A Lewiston man is expected to survive after he was stabbed repeatedly Tuesday night with a bottle.

 

Abdi Bihi, 33, was listed in fair condition Thursday afternoon at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston. Lt. Michael McGonagle said Bihi received "serious but not life-threatening" injuries.

 

Police arrested 25-year-old Mahad Hassan, of 214 Blake St., Lewiston, on a charge of elevated aggravated assault, McGonagle said.

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Mahad Hassan, 25.

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Wadani;979572 wrote:
Nin-Yaaban you seem like a cool guy, yet ur doing one of the most evil things a person can do in this world, which is to expose peoples ceeb publicly. Most people have done mistakes they regret and most people have skeletons in their closet they would never want anyone to find out about....just because these people got caught by the law doesn't mean u should parade their faces in front of the thousands of Somalis who visit this forum. Remember that Allah hates and exposes people who expose others.

He's not exposing anything that wouldn't be uncovered with a quick Google search of someone's name. Also, quite a few of the people in this thread have been accused of serious crimes that I wouldn't call 'ceeb'.

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Wadani   

Blackflash;979583 wrote:
He's not exposing anything that wouldn't be uncovered with a quick Google search of someone's name. Also, quite a few of the people in this thread have been accused of serious crimes that I wouldn't call 'ceeb'.

So I guess the majority of us spend their time on google doing searches on the latest law infractions committed by Somalis. Stop excusing the unexcusable....90% of these people would have gone unnoticed if it wasn't for Nin Yaaban. I do agree with you though that some of these crimes are so evil and callous that they deserve being exposed...but for Gods sake some of the guys being pictured here have been arressted for just Khat of all things.

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RedSea   

Lots of familiar faces. I notice some Oromo guys in there as well. Minor crimes like possession of garaabo, but Murder? That is a shame.

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6 Racially diverse group arrested for an armored truck heist.

 

HIGH POINT, N.C.
One of six men arrested in connection with a $68,000 armored truck robbery worked at the bank where it took place, prosecutors said.

 

The robbery happened around 2:40 p.m. July 25 at SunTrust bank in the 1300 block of Eastchester Drive.

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Sadexda kore: Ahmed Ali, Hassan Ali and Rodney Allen Frazier Jr.

 

Sadexda Hoose: John Griffin, Hassan Hassan and Kelvin Jacobs.

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63yr old charged for the beating death of 86yr old Awoowe

Minneapolis, MN.
A 63-year-old Minneapolis man is facing second-degree murder charges in the beating death of an 86-year-old man after admitting he felt ostracized by a community he felt the victim was leading.

 

Charging documents filed in Hennepin County name Bashir Yusuf Jama as the suspect in a homicide investigation that began at an apartment located at 1225 8th Street South on Oct. 8.

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Bashir Yusuf Jama, 63.

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