Friday, February 17, 2017

Another violent homeless dirtball strikes again, Sarasota County Sheriff's Office arrested Gregory Scribner 439 Kumquat Ct. after he hit a woman with a tire iron


 
Another violent homeless dirtball strikes again, Sarasota County Sheriff's Office arrested Gregory Scribner 439 Kumquat Ct. after he hit a woman with a tire iron and tried steal her purse while she was parked at a gas pump in Sarasota. 439 Kumquat Court is a known address for violent homeless sex offenders, currently there are at least 4 registered sex offenders living there, see FDLE report below. Deputies were called to the Radiant gas station located at 5761 Bee Ridge Road just before 7:00 a.m., on Thursday, for reports of an attempted armed robbery. According to the victim, the suspect approached her while she was parked at a gas pump and demanded her purse. Gregory Scribner 439 Kumquat Ct, DOB 5/12/1990, then struck her with a tire iron before fleeing southbound on Bee Ridge Road. Less than 20 minutes later, investigating deputies located the suspect's car in the parking lot of Walmart on Cattlemen Road. In plain view on the passenger seat, deputies saw the tire iron used in the battery. The incident was captured by surveillance video and is available to view on the sheriff's office YouTube channel at YouTube.com/SarasotaSheriff. Gregory Scribner, of 439 Kumquat Ct., is charged with Attempted Armed Robbery and Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon. His prior arrests include Burglary, Battery and Fraud. He remains in custody today at the Sarasota County Jail without bond.
Within 1600 feet of 439 and 507 Kumquat Court in Downtown Sarasota Fl there are 10 registered sex offenders living there, most all of them homeless and they are out and about on Main Street Sarasota every day. The current 507-527 Kunquat Court address is the homeless shelter in Downtown Sarasota Fl. Resurrection House 507 Kumquat Street Sarasota, Florida 34236, Day Resource Center for the Homeless. 527 Kumquat Court Sarasota Fl which at the time was a home for sex offenders in 2006, they have since moved next door to a blue house at 439 Kumquat Court, see info below: 
PROXIMITY PICTURE NAME STATUS ADDRESS ADDRESS SOURCE INFORMATION
0.1 Mile SE Offender Photo BROWN, ROY H. Track Offender Released – Subject to Registration 439 KUMQUAT CT
SARASOTA  FL 34236
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Source: Registration Received: 03/25/1998 Type of Address: Permanent
0.1 Mile SE Offender Photo HENRY, MARK Track Offender Released – Subject to Registration 439 KUMQUAT CT
SARASOTA  FL 34236
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Source: Registration Received: 02/09/2009 Type of Address: Permanent
0.1 Mile SE Offender Photo RIZZO, ROBERT J. Track Offender Released – Subject to Registration 439 KUMQUAT CT
SARASOTA  FL 34236
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Source: Registration Received: 01/13/2016 Type of Address: Permanent
0.1 Mile SE Offender Photo GRAY, MARSHALL W. Track Offender Released – Subject to Registration 439 KUMQUAT CT
SARASOTA  FL 34236
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Source: Registration Received: 02/28/2014 Type of Address: Permanent








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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Sarasota County Sheriff's Elite "Tactical Anti-Crime" Unit Team Gets Tongue Lashing by 'Criminal' Defense Attorney Varinia Van Ness For Not Giving Up Name Of C.I.



Sarasota County
Sheriff's Elite "Tactical Anti-Crime" Unit Team Gets Tongue Lashing by 'Criminal' Defense Attorney Varinia Van Ness For Not Giving Up Name Of C.I.. As usual, a criminal defense attorney is able to get a reduced sentence for a criminal who committed a serious crime by using and exposing the identity of a confidential informant to get what she wants, shame on Varinia Van Ness. The confidential informant who was riding in the pick up truck of Texas drug dealer Jose Julian Perez, (loaded with cocaine), is now a dead man walking because of 'Criminal' Defense Attorney Varinia Van Ness. The confidential informant was working directly with the Drug Enforcement Agency (D.E.A) and was a protected confidential informant (C.I.) and he had been in contact with the Sarasota County Sheriff's Elite "Tactical Anti-Crime" Unit as to when and where the load of cocaine would be in Sarasota county via I-75 in the truck of Texas drug dealer Jose Julian Perez who now knows the guy riding with him was a C.I. for the D.E. A.. "After all, they had plenty of cause to stop the driver, but had been told by the Drug Enforcement Administration that the confidential informant's life and his family would be in grave danger from a Mexican drug cartel if his existence became known, said Herald Tribune reporter Tom Lyons". 
The Gulf Cartel is a criminal syndicate and drug trafficking organization in Mexico, and perhaps one of the oldest organized crime groups in the country. It is currently based in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, directly across the border from Brownsville, Texas. Their network is international, and are believed to have dealings with crime groups in Europe, West Africa, Asia, Central America, South America, and the United States. Besides drug trafficking, the Gulf Cartel operates through protection rackets, assassinations, extortions, kidnappings, and other criminal activities. The members of the Gulf Cartel are known for intimidating the population and for being particularly violent. "Van Ness said Monday that the incident will likely haunt the four deputies for a long time, and could lead to "Brady disclosures" — information favorable to the defense that prosecutors are required to release about the credibility of their witnesses. "While I'm not privy to the investigation, the sheriff runs his department as he sees fit," Van Ness said. "These deputies will have to deal with this for the rest of their careers. Hopefully, the state will provide Brady materials to lawyers in every single case they're involved in. All defense attorneys should know, when these deputies are involved, that this situation happened." Drug dealer Jose Julian Perez's photo on left above from the current list of incarcerated Florida State prisoners indicates a much younger looking Perez, see photos above, than the mugshot taken of Jose Julian Perez on March 24th, 2016 on right above, it wold indicate that he did prior time in the Florida State Prison system, odd but no record of such, he is currently doing 4 years at the Lawtey Correctional Institute. Jose Julian Perez is from Brownsville TX, Mexican Gulf Cartel turf.
PHOTO ABOVE WAS A FIRE-FIGHT BETWEEN FEDERAL POLICE AND GULF DRUG CARTEL MEMBERS IN MATAMOROS, WHICH IS ACROSS THE RIVER FROM BROWNSVILLE TX AND ALSO WHAT HAPPENS TO INFORMANTS. Drug dealer Jose Julian Perez is from Brownsville Texas, he has a tattoo of 'brown town' on his right leg. Brownsville Texas is a hub for major drug cartel activity out of Matamoros. Matamoros, Mexico is the "sister city" of Brownsville, Texas only 3 1/2 miles and the Rio Grande river divide them. The Mexican city of Matamoros, just south of Brownsville, is controlled by the Gulf Cartel. The cartel controls all drug trafficking and human smuggling in the area. Sarasota 'Criminal' Defense Attorney Varinia Van Ness was incensed that cops did not reveal the existence of a confidential informant in the arrest of her client Jose Julian Perez out of Brownsville Texas, on the other hand would Attorney Varinia Van Ness provide the sheriff's department as to who paid her to defend drug dealer Jose Julian Perez?? Where did the cash or checks come from?? Attorney Varinia Van Ness should view the movie 'Sicario' to get a feel of what comes out of Matamoros and Brownsville Texas, reality check, it's all about the drugs. The investigation of drug dealer Jose Julian Perez was a D.E.A. operation all the way, they had the C.I. in the truck sitting next to Perez and the D.E.A. knew about the cocaine in the truck, it appears to me the D.E.A. got with the Sarasota Sheriff Dept to make the traffic stop and drug arrest and take over the case so that they would not have to reveal in court there was a C.I. in the investigation and arrest of drug dealer Jose Julian Perez. Now Mr. Perez's Gulf Cartel bosses are going to be hunting down this C.I. and his relatives for execution, way to go Attorney Varinia Van Ness, they cut heads off in Matamoros.
Jose Julian Perez was arrested by the Sarasota County Sheriff's Elite "Tactical Anti-Crime" Unit on March 24th, 2016 on I-75 heading South just past the Clark Rd exit, he was driving a single cab Green Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck with Texas license plates, as seen in the photo of his rental house at 2048 E. 19th Street Brownsville Texas above. Jose Perez was born and raised in Brownsville Texas, he carries a Texas drivers license, he appears to have no connection to Florida other than transporting cocaine for the Gulf Cartel to what looks like Fort Myers or Miami. Jose Julian Perez was not a drug kingpin, he appears to be a mule, a transporter of drugs, he has no money, he immediately applied for an Application for Criminal Indigent Status on March 24th, 2016 but was denied, something about $100,000 of cocaine in his truck. When advised that he was under arrest on March 24th, Perez claimed no knowledge of the packages of cocaine and requested legal counsel, 'Perez Knows The Drill Don't Talk And Lawyer Up Immediately". Attorney Varinia Van Ness took his case on April 21st, 2016.
March 24th, 2016 SARASOTA -- A Texas man is facing charges after deputies discovered about $100,000 worth of cocaine during a traffic stop on Thursday afternoon, March 24th, 2016 according to the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office. Jose Julian Perez, 37, is charged with trafficking cocaine. He is being held without bond at the Sarasota County jail. Perez was stopped around 4:30 p.m. Thursday on Interstate 75, just south of Clark Road in Sarasota, according to reports. After a K9 detected narcotics in a trash bag in the bed of the truck, Perez was asked if he had anything illegal in the truck and he denied that there was. The deputy searched the cab of the pickup truck and the bed. In the front, driver-side portion of the bed of the truck, a black trash bag was found and inside there were three individually packaged blocks wrapped heavily in duct tape, according to the report. A field test was done on the more than six pounds of cocaine and it tested. "Perez claimed no knowledge of the packages and requested legal counsel," the arrest report stated.


February 14th, 2017 Herald Tribune: The
Elite "Tactical Anti-Crime" Unit detectives, it was learned, lied about the reason for the stop. Instead of a random "drug interdiction" stop for a traffic violation, the team knew exactly where and when Perez, with the cocaine, would be driving on I-75 because a confidential informant working with the Drug Enforcement Administration was riding with Perez in the pickup. By lying under oath, the deputies believed they were "under the misguided belief that they needed to protect a federal confidential informant and as such they did not fully divulge their involvement in the traffic stop and the arrest of Mr. Perez," Mercurio wrote in the IA memo. The criminal case against Perez — which should have carried a 25-year minimum mandatory sentence — began to fall apart. Perez, a Brownsville, Texas, native, took a plea deal, and received a four-year sentence. During a criminal investigation of the perjury allegations, Sheriff's Office investigators concluded that the four detectives lied both in depositions and in their official reports specifically because they believed they were protecting the identity of a confidential informant. Internal affairs investigators referred the criminal case to the State Attorney's Office for review. Assistant State Attorney W. Earl Varn wrote in a letter that "probable cause does not exist for perjury regarding false statements given by deputies during depositions."
 
Mercurio wrote that the four deputies "were less than forthright" during a sworn deposition with Perez's defense attorney, Varinia Van Ness, when she asked them questions about the arrest, the confidential informant or how they became involved in the case. "Therefore their actions during the deposition constitutes conduct which creates doubt regarding their honesty as to each of the four deputies," Mercurio wrote. The IA chief concluded that there was "insufficient information" to sustain the other allegations that Hoffman had listed in the complaint. Van Ness said Monday that the incident will likely haunt the four deputies for a long time, and could lead to "Brady disclosures" — information favorable to the defense that prosecutors are required to release about the credibility of their witnesses. "While I'm not privy to the investigation, the sheriff runs his department as he sees fit," Van Ness said. "These deputies will have to deal with this for the rest of their careers. Hopefully, the state will provide Brady materials to lawyers in every single case they're involved in. All defense attorneys should know, when these deputies are involved, that this situation happened." The deputies' future testimony could be troublesome, she said. "I think that any good defense lawyer out there should brief themselves of the circumstances," she said. "Certainly credibility is always an issue with any witness. "So what the hell do you do now if you know of major drug deals going down in Sarasota and you want to tip off the cops"?



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Two NYC Muslims, Munther Saleh & Fareed Mumuni, Plead Guilty to All Terror Charges in ISIS Pressure-Cooker Bomb Plot for Times Square


Two NYC Muslims, Munther Saleh & Fareed Mumuni, Plead Guilty to All Terror Charges in ISIS Pressure-Cooker Bomb Plot for Times Square. Over and over Islamic radicals have had their sights set on NYC and Times Square in particular for terror plots including a SUV loaded with propane tanks and a gas bomb to the recent pressure cooker bomb plot.  I have posted numerous articles over the years about these fiends and their obsession with blowing up Times Square, unfortunately is is going to be a never ending story.
 
BROOKLYN--Two more men tied to a terrorism plot spanning New Jersey, New York and the Middle East have pleaded guilty to all charges in a scheme that authorities said included plans to bomb Times Square and the World Trade Center. Munther Omar Saleh, 21, a former student at an aeronautical engineering college in Queens, and Fareed Mumuni, 22, of Staten Island, admitted to conspiring to provide material support to ISIS, also known as ISIL, and to assault a federal officer. The two were among a close circle of friends, including three from New Jersey, who sought to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State, authorities said. Among them were Nader Saadeh, 22, from Rutherford and his older brother Alaa Saadeh, 25, of West New York, who both pleaded guilty in federal court in Newark more than a year ago. Alaa Saadeh was sentenced last year to 15 years in prison. His brother is awaiting sentencing. Samuel Topaz, 23, of Fort Lee, a high school classmate of Nader Saadeh, also pleaded guilty and is awaiting sentencing as well.

Munther Omar Saleh, 21, of Queens, New York, pleaded guilty at the federal courthouse in Brooklyn, New York, to all charges in an indictment charging him with conspiring and attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a designated foreign terrorist organization, and with assaulting and conspiring to assault federal officers. Saleh’s co-defendant, Fareed Mumuni, 22, of Staten Island, New York, pleaded guilty yesterday, on Thursday, February 9, to conspiring and attempting to provide material support to ISIL, assaulting and conspiring to assault federal officers and attempted murder of federal officers. Saleh faces up to 53 years of imprisonment at sentencing, while Mumuni faces up to 85 years of imprisonment at sentencing. Saleh’s and Mumuni’s guilty pleas were accepted by U.S. District Judge Margo K. Brodie, who has scheduled both sentencing hearings for May 16.

The announcement was made by Acting Assistant Attorney General for National Security Mary B. McCord, U.S. Attorney Robert L. Capers for the Eastern District of New York, Assistant Director in Charge William F. Sweeney, Jr. of the FBI’s New York Field Office and Commissioner James P. O’Neill of the New York City Police Department (NYPD). “Munther Omar Saleh and Fareed Mumuni conspired to provide material support to ISIL and devised a plan to conduct an attack in New York. During his arrest, Mumuni stabbed an FBI agent numerous times, but thankfully the agent’s body armor protected him from the defendant’s attack and the defendant was safely apprehended by law enforcement,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General McCord. “Counterterrorism is the National Security Division’s highest priority. We will continue to seek justice against any individuals who conspire to provide material support to designated foreign terrorist organizations, and those who attempt to harm the brave law enforcement officials who risk their lives to protect us.” 
“In the name of ISIL’s false and hateful ideology, these defendants attacked the law enforcement officers who work tirelessly to preserve the safety of our communities,” stated U.S. Attorney Capers. “We are especially grateful that an FBI Special Agent survived the violent attack perpetrated by Fareed Mumuni, who repeatedly stabbed the agent in the chest during the execution of a search warrant in a terrorism investigation. We and our partners on the Joint Terrorism Task Force remain ever-vigilant in our efforts to protect our citizens and allies and by bringing terrorists to face justice. Today’s convictions will help incapacitate these defendants and sends a strong message to those who would follow in their footsteps.” Mr. Capers thanked the West Midlands Police in the United Kingdom for their assistance in providing evidence related to foreign coconspirators. “Today’s guilty pleas show just how close the threat of homegrown terrorism exists for New York City. From their respective homes in Queens and Staten Island, Saleh and Mumuni conspired to place a pressure cooker bomb in the New York metro area on behalf of ISIL. Mumuni even attacked an FBI agent when a court-authorized search was being conducted by the Joint Terrorism Task Force at his home in Staten Island. Threats like this are exactly why protecting the United States from a terrorist attack remains the FBI’s number one priority,” stated Assistant Director in Charge Sweeney. “Saleh and Mumumi engaged in plotting attacks against New York City in the name of ISIL. They received instructions from senior ISIL leaders in Syria. They were committed to violence. When the arrests were made the defendants were armed. One attacked an FBI agent with a large knife. The detection and disruption of these plots is a credit to the partnership between the FBI-NYPD Joint Terrorism Task Force and the NYPD's Intelligence Bureau,” said Police Commissioner O'Neill. 
As alleged in the indictment and in other court filings, Saleh and Mumuni conspired to support ISIL by helping their co-conspirators attempt to travel to ISIL-controlled territory in order to join ISIL, and by plotting to use a pressure-cooker bomb to conduct a terrorist attack in the New York metropolitan area on behalf of ISIL. As part of their support for ISIL, Saleh and Mumuni, together with other co-conspirators, assisted New Jersey resident Nader Saadeh’s planned travel to ISIL-controlled territory. Saleh personally accompanied Saadeh to John F. Kennedy International Airport where Saadeh departed on a flight for Jordan in the first leg of a planned trip to ISIL-controlled territory. Saadeh was subsequently apprehended and pleaded guilty in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey to conspiring to provide material support to ISIL. Working with ISIL fighters located overseas, Saleh and Mumuni also coordinated their plot to conduct a terrorist attack in New York City. Saleh sought and received instructions from an ISIL attack facilitator to create a pressure-cooker bomb and discussed with the same ISIL attack facilitator potential targets for a terrorist attack in New York City.
 
As detailed in court documents, Saleh informed ISIL fighters that his co-conspirators, five individuals located in New York and New Jersey, had confronted law enforcement officers who were continuously surveilling them. Saleh also sought and received religious authorization from an ISIL fighter permitting Mumuni to conduct a suicide “martyrdom” attack by using a pressure-cooker bomb against law enforcement officers who were following the co-conspirators and thus preventing them from traveling to join ISIL. On June 13, 2015, Saleh and another individual were arrested in Queens after they charged at a federal officer who was performing physical surveillance of Saleh. Saleh and the other individual were armed with knives. Following his arrest, Saleh admitted to agents that he had discussed with Mumuni physically attacking the law enforcement officers who were surveilling Mumuni. On June 17, 2015, during the execution of a search warrant at his residence in Staten Island, Mumuni was arrested after he repeatedly stabbed an FBI agent in the torso with a large kitchen knife. Fortunately, the knife did not penetrate the agent’s protective body armor and he sustained only minor injuries. 
During a search of the vehicle used by Mumuni, investigators recovered a second large knife. In his post-arrest interview, Mumuni admitted that Saleh had informed him that an ISIL member had sanctioned Mumuni’s planned suicide attack on law enforcement and that Saleh and Mumuni had discussed using a pressure-cooker bomb to carry out the attack. Mumuni further admitted that he had kept the knife he used to attack the agent wrapped in a t-shirt in his bed, as well as the knife recovered from the vehicle, specifically for use in an anticipated confrontation with law enforcement officers. The government’s case is being prosecuted by the Office’s National Security & Cybercrime Section. Assistant United States Attorneys Alexander A. Solomon, Douglas M. Pravda and Ian C. Richardson for the Eastern District of New York are in charge of the prosecution, with assistance provided by Trial Attorneys Justin Sher and Robert Sander of the National Security Division’s Counterterrorism Section.


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