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Violence Against Women Update: Louisiana Murder Suspect Arrested

Posted on | January 9, 2018 | 1 Comment

Deaundrey Cole was arrested Sunday in Portland, Oregon.

On the day before Mother’s Day last year, two women were murdered in Monroe, Louisiana. Deborah Collins, 60, and Florica Green, 36, were killed in a drive-by shooting, along with 17-year-old Darvis Jones. Police say neither of the women had anything to do with the dispute that led to their deaths. According to an arrest warrant for Qatarrious Dean, he and Jones had robbed a drug dealer named Deaundrey Cole:

Two witnesses told officers they saw Cole with an assault rifle in a SUV on the Saturday in question. They told officers Cole was aggravated and stated “those little n—– got me.” They later saw Cole exit the same vehicle with the rifle and say, “I told them little n—– I was going to get them,” the warrant states.
On Wednesday, MPD officers took Qatarrious Dean, 20, into custody on multiple charges, including resisting a police officer and warrants for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and armed robbery. . . .
Dean discussed the May shooting with officers after signing a form discussing his rights. He said he was at the corner of South Third and Plum streets with Jones when they saw Cole, who was attempting to sell powder cocaine.
Per the warrant, when Cole saw Jones had a pistol, he wanted to buy it. Jones then told Dean he was about to make a move on Cole, and Dean told officers he knew Jones was about to rob Cole.
Dean told officers Jones pointed the pistol at Cole and that he also pulled out a pistol to back up Jones. The warrant states Jones took cash from Cole and an undetermined amount of powder cocaine estimated at a couple of grams. Cole then left the area driving a gold SUV.
As Jones and Dean were later walking to 1400 South Third, Dean said he saw the same SUV driving south and Cole in the back passenger seat, per the warrant. He said Cole was holding a long gun and fired it once. Dean said Jones fired a pistol at the truck twice, and they ran towards the alley as the SUV drove off.
The warrant states Dean and Jones ran toward the front of the home and the same SUV pulled back and fired numerous shots. Dean said they ran toward the alley and Jones fell down, bleeding. Dean ran away.

Cole was a fugitive for more than six months, until he was arrested Sunday in Oregon after a domestic dispute led to a car crash:

Portland police on Sunday arrested a man wanted in a triple murder in Louisiana, records show. . . .
Portland police didn’t appear to know about the allegations when they first responded to a “mobile domestic disturbance” that involved a car crash, according to a probable cause affidavit filed in Multnomah County Circuit Court.
He initially gave police a false name, according to the court document, and the driver of the car he hit told an officer that he had a murder warrant from Louisiana. He insisted his name was Demetrius Jenkins and had a driver’s license and birth certificate in the name, but officers ran his fingerprints and confirmed he was the man wanted out of Louisiana, according to the affidavit. . . .
He had been arguing over the phone with the driver of the car he’s accused of hitting, according to the affidavit.

Feminists have ignored this violence against women, for some reason.