Monday, November 23, 2009
Garland County Murders: One Black Thug Killed, Two Others Arrested And Charged With Murder, Burglary, And Arson Against A Family In Pearcy, Arkansas
KTHV Channel 11 in Little Rock reports that of three Black thugs accused of murder, burglary, and arson against a White family of five in Pearcy, Arkansas on November 12th, one has been killed in a shootout with police, and the other two have been taken into custody. Other reports by KARK Channel 4, the Council of Conservative Citizens, and Western Voices World News.
Marvin Stringer, Samuel Conway, and Jeremy Pickney are implicated in the crimes. Garland County Sheriff's Deputies Jason Lawrence and Felix Hunter caught up with the 22-year-old Stringer at the National Park Inn in Hot Springs on Thursday November 19th. During the ensuing shootout, Stringer was shot and killed, but not before Deputy Lawrence was shot in the arm. Lawrence is in stable but serious condition, while Hunter was reported to have been injured and treated for an unspecified medical condition, but later released and now at home recovering. Police now have the other two other suspects in custody, 23-year-old Samuel Conway and 23-year-old Jeremy Pickney. All three are from Conway.
Conway and Pickney were formally charged of capital murder, aggravated residential burglary and arson on Monday. Their next court date is set for December 22nd.
Karen Gentry, a member of the victims' extended family, says all five victims have been identified, four by dental records. They are her father Edward Gentry, her brother, Edward Gentry Junior; his wife, Pam; their son, Jeremy, and his friend Kristyn Warneke. Warneke was a student at Henderson State University and a separate article on her is available HERE. Gentry Senior's white truck, which is being held for evidence, was found burning several miles away from his home, 15 minutes before police were called to the murder scene. The crime was first discovered at 2:30 A.M. on November 12th when deputies responded to a 911 call regarding a residential fire.
KATV Channel 7 also reported on this crime; news video embedded below:
Police declined to offer any motive for the attack and said there is a gag order in the case. But according to court documents released to the public on Friday, they revealed that the motive for the murders was theft. The suspects went to the residence to steal thousands of dollars' worth of rims from Jeremy Gentry's truck, along with flat-screen televisions that were supposed to be in the house at the time of the break-ins.
The sheer barbaric savagery of this crime is appalling. Black crime in the United States has become as barbaric and cutthroat as black crime in South Africa. There was no reason for the perps to shoot their victims and burn their homes. Even if they wanted to cover up the evidence, this was way over the top. Two bad the cops didn't cap the other two nogs.
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