Category: South

The Smell Of Steel: Outlaws MC Member ‘Stinky’ Umphress Finally Behind Bars, Summer On The Run Ends In Collier County, FLA

Florida biker gang lieutenant Greg (Stinky) Umphress can no longer dodge the stench of a jail cell. Umphress, a member of the Ocala, Florida chapter of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club, was taken into custody by state authorities over the weekend after dodging arrest in connection with a first-degree murder indictment for the past two months. He was caught in East
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The Rap World Murder Timeline: Breaking Down Hip Hop’s Top Hits Off The Charts

Being a rapper has proven a hazardous profession in some cases the past three decades. Dozens of violent slayings can be linked to the rap music industry since the groundbreaking genre gained mass popularity in the mid-to-late 1980s. Let’s take a look at the most significant homicides tied to rap artists over the last 30
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Florida Outlaws MC Member ‘Toe Jam’ Torres Nabbed By Authorities, Only One Fugitive Left In Donovan Murder Indictment

Fugitive biker Miquel (Toe Jam) Torres was arrested Tuesday near his home in Rockledge, Florida for the April 2017 murder of rival biker David (Gutter) Donovan after nearly six weeks on the run from the law. Prior to being taken into custody without incident, the muscle-bound, heavily-tatted Torres, 37, was one of two fugitives from the Donovan homicide case that
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The Cocaine Cowboys Hit List: Murder & Mayhem Commonplace During 1980s Miami Drug Boom

As cocaine exploded onto the scene in America in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Miami, Florida blossomed into the epicenter of the U.S. drug market. The rapidly expanding consumer base throughout the country birthed the so-called Cocaine Cowboy era of rampant narcotics trafficking and reckless violence with various sophisticated and trigger-happy criminal organizations jockeying for position in the newly-created underworld
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