Homegoing Celebration For Mr. Dempsey Cotton Rocky Mount NC

My condolences goes out to the entire family of the late Mr. Dempsey Cotton Rocky Mount NC.

Script.: Read Eccles. 3 and know, “To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven”

Song: “Near The Cross” – Mississippi Mass Choir

The Obituary – Stay tuned

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Homegoing Celebration For Bishop Johnny (Jay Jay) Johnson Formerly Of Macclesfield/Pinetops NC

My condolences goes out to the entire family of the late Bishop Johnny (Jay Jay) Johnson Dunbar NC.

Script.: Read Eccles. 3 and know, “To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven”

Song: Praying For You – William Murphy

The Obituary – Funeral will be held on November 14, 2015 1:00 PM at his church Pleasant Hill Scotland Neck NC.

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Grant to help fund taskforce to fight drugs, gangs – Rocky Mount Telegram

The Political Agitator’s response: Folk love to twist stuff and try to say that Chief Moore said drugs and crime ain’t a problem in Rocky Mount. Now read it for yourself. “Drug interdiction and local gangs don’t go hand in hand. Drugs passing through on the highway don’t affect Rocky Mount,” Moore said after the meeting. “And it’s impossible to engage in highway interdiction without profiling, something that’s against the inherent nature of contemporary law enforcement.”

NASHVILLE – The Nash County Board of Commissioners gave the go ahead Monday for a state grant application to pay a retired DEA agent to lead a regional antidrug and gang taskforce.

If approved by the Governor’s Crime Commission, the grant would fund a leadership position in a gang and drug taskforce for the 7th Judicial District. The leader would be a Nash County Sheriff’s Office employee managing a taskforce made up of deputies in Nash County; police officers in Nashville, Tarboro and Wilson; and agents with N.C. Probation and Parole and the N.C. State Bureau of Investigation. The Nash Sheriff’s Office still is working with the sheriff’s offices in Edgecombe and Wilson counties to get them to join, Nash Sheriff’s Maj. Dennis Wooten said. (Source: Read more)

Keep Acting Like You Don’t Understand, Don’t Get It, Be In Denial But Then When A Tragedy Arise You Can’t Handle It, It Is Real!

Black on Black Murder
 
Everybody has a role to play. But it makes it hard when the parents/guardians know what their children are doing and do not try to stop them, it makes it hard on others. First the parents/guardians must be willing to face reality and then others can help.

Now when it comes to teenagers living with their parents/guardians it is one thing but then it is another when you have grown children and know what they are doing and some are enjoying the benefits. You are setting your children up for failure/suicide instead of giving them the ultimatum that you are going to tell on them because you love them. Obviously some parents/guardians don’t love their children until a tragedy arise because if you did you would get your life right along with your children.
 
Now some of us do the best that we can as parents/guardians and our children make some bad choices but that ain’t our fault.

Rocky Mount NC – Police charge two suspects in fatal drive-by shooting – Rocky Mount Telegram

Rocky Mount police arrested two suspects in connection with a Friday afternoon drive-by shooting that fatally wounded a teenager.

Officials said Lavontae Brown, 15, was walking with two others around 1 p.m. when a gunman in a black car opened fire on the boys near the intersection of Pinehaven Drive and Evergreen Road.

Police said Te’von Lamont Mabry, 18, and Michael Antoine Lyons Jr., 19, were arrested and charged in connection with the shooting Friday night. Mabry was charged with first-degree murder, two counts of attempted first-degree murder and possession of a firearm by a felon. Lyons was charged with first-degree murder and two counts of attempted first-degree murder. They are being held without bail in the Nash County jail. (Source: Rocky Mount Telegram)

Tarboro NC – Donate To Serena Pitt (Rena) Going To The Apollo In New York On Tuesday November 10, 2015

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This is what I was doing around 12 midnight last night. After the football game and then after Rena Pitt got off work at 11:30 PM. I was out, but on a mission. Mission Minded!