Skip to comments.Robbery charges filed against trio accused of stealing from dying woman
Posted on 01/08/2014 1:49:21 PM PST by Second Amendment First
Robbery charges have been filed against three men arrested in connection with the theft of a dying womans wedding ring, taken from her finger, as well as other property stolen from her crashed truck in south Wichita last month, police said.
Daquantrius Shaquill Johnson, Quanique Dontrell Thomas-Hameen and Keith Byron Hickles Jr., all of them 19 years old, made their first appearances Wednesday afternoon in Sedgwick County District Court. Each was charged with a single count of robbery of Danielle Zimmerman, who suffered a brain aneurysm while driving her truck in the drive-through lane of the Taco Bell at 3725 E. Harry on the evening of Dec. 29. Her truck crashed into a speaker box in the drive-through lane after she had gone to get dinner for her family, police have said.
The three men charged Wednesday are accused of stealing Zimmermans wedding band, her purse and other items from her as she lay stricken in her vehicle.
Police have said the wedding ring was stolen off her finger. She died the next day.
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Shoot, dead honkey don’t need no bling.
How old do these kids get before they can spell their own names??? Those are some pretty creative concoctions.
It sounds like their parents named them after over the counter medications. I wonder if they have a sister named Propecia.
Hail Daquantrius !
What has happened to your nose?
I’ve just returned from Rome...
There was a kid in my wife’s school for 1-3 grades and back for 6th whose name was Neosynepherine Nyquil.His family name was not memorable.
Daquantrius Shaquill— Quanique Dontrell....OoooooK
I’ll be thinking of the translations for a bit. It will keep me entertained whilst I cook dinner. :p
Sometimes reality is a better parody than fiction. In a million years, I couldn't come up with "Quanique Dontrell Thomas-Hameen" as a punchline.
My nephew taught for a while in a prison. One of his students was named La-a Pronounced Ladasha.
I knew a guy who taught public school in Los Angeles. He had a girl in his class whose name was pronounced “Fe-molly” and spelled “Female”. The teacher asked her “That is an interesting name. Did your parents name you after somebody?”
She said “No, the hospital gave me the name.” I swear this story is true.
I hope she wasn’t aware at the time. It is sometimes shocking how quickly we can be taken from this world.
La-a had creative parents, eh? hahahaha!
The dash don’t be silent...
Hadn’t she already had an aneurism at the time?
Actually there are quite a few “Females”- and Vaginas, and Placentas. Female happens because the new mother assumes the word in the space for “sex” on the birth certificate form is the assigned name and that the hospital is the official namer of babies. Shithead (Shi-thee-ad) also happens when the boyfriend names the kid. Hospital staff don’t dare question the choice of names because that would be disrespecting cultural differences. In the South and some in the Midwest Cigar in various forms (Segar, C.Garr, etc.) is often given to black boy babies with the last name Stubbs. My wife is a primary SpecEd teacher for and gets many of these kids.
Hang the bastards and throw their remains in the Taco Bell dumpster to be thrown out with the rest of the putrid trash. It's not that they will never amount to something. It's what they have already amounted to...
>> Sons of Obama
I never would have predicted that Daquantrius Shaquill and Quanique Dontrell would turn out to be blacks.
“I never would have predicted that Daquantrius Shaquill and Quanique Dontrell would turn out to be blacks.”
Same here. I was guessing either Finnish, or Thai.
Maybe we need to be like Germany and restrict baby names. If they want the hospital to name them, OK and let the namer chose from an approved list.
With nice names like Mary and John.
My dad worked for child welfare in NYC back in the bad old days and once got to name an abandoned baby that was found.
I won’t say the whole name (hey, I hope he’s still out there and doing well, my dad was pretty proud about it, it might even have been in the papers) but he gave him the first name Matthew (he said it means child of God) and for a last name the street where they found him. Which actually happens to be a traditional English (I guess) last name.
No civilized human being would ever consider that behavior. These three sub-human pieces of filth deserve to be slowly executed with a vegetable peeler and a gallon of lemon juice.
Note that Keith Byron is a "Jr." Otherwise he might be "Daquaniquequill Shadontrius" Hickles.
Firesign Theatre Reference!
But back to da story, dis doesn’t look like it’s going to be da age of Daquantrius.
My own kids' names would likely not be acceptable in a government restricted naming system. I have a Dharma and a Kyrie Eleison.
dis doesnt look like its going to be da age of Daquantrius.
Not according to the democrats, if they just impoverish
enough people Daquantrius will turn his life around.
Whoooo, spell check doesn’t like Daquantrius......hahaha.
Yep. At least as funny as a Key & Peele sketch.
"Reparations" will be paid in gold...Speer Gold Dot and Remington Golden Saber, in 230 grain packages.
Keith????????????? Keith?????????????????????? Keith??????????????? WTF happened??????????????? By the way I believe both of those guys pictured are neurosurgeons at Johns Hopkins.
They never learn to. Heck, they all just call each other nigga, bitch, foo, homey, etc. etc. etc. anyway....
There was a somewhat similar case a few years ago in Indiana. A woman was involved in a terrible car crash (someone ran a four way stop, IIRC). Some homeless guy ran up to the scene and robbed her while she was bleeding out - including pulling her wedding ring off her finger.
I forget what the bum got, but it wasn’t enough. I doubt these lowlifes will get nearly what they deserve from the criminal justice system.
Then again, the way I see it, anyone willing to rob a dying woman pretty much has forfeited their right to continue to share the air the rest of us breathe.
Stake ‘em out over an ant hill for a few days first....
My niece was killed in an auto crash several years ago. Thieves took her purse and wallet before emergency personal and state troopers arrived. It took over 10 hours to identify her and notify family.
Gee, I wonder why?!
Probably because its starting to slide into some repressed rage? I mean, what could go wrong with that? /s>
To #24: I was thinking Washington State indians - Sonomish, Skagit, Tulipup, Sasquatch (the trick name), etc.
Didn’t Star Trek have a “Da Quantrius Quadrant” in ST Voyager? Had a lot of black *holes in it.
“I have a Dharma and a Kyrie Eleison.”
I like like Dharma (Dharma & Greg, remember that show?) and Kyrie too.
I tell you, I like the name the gal had in “The Matrix” Trinity, I like it.
And I like all those “quality” names, although I knew Chastity Bono was doomed. Temperance, like the gal on “Bones”, Honor, Prudence, these are all good names - they should make a comeback.
No, I would not really like the gov’t to control our speech, self-determination, and pursuit of happiness in that way.
However, if people cannot think up their own names for their children, I’d like guidance for those who will otherwise be charged with the task.
I do not “remember” Dharma and Greg. I had thrown out the TV well before that. Dharma was named long before it became a celebrity name. Were that show on when she was born she would NOT have got that name. I did not want my kids meeting four more with their names in first grade. I think it is an insult to a kid to name him after a celebrity or a TV character and an unfavorable indication of the namer’s intelligence.
I can’t tell you either of our names, must preserve anonymity (oy, did I spell that right?) but I have a name that was very rare when I was growing up, but became very popular.
So, we gave our daughter a rare name, and I thought the same thing would happen with that.
But, it didn’t. She still can’t find mass produced merchandise with her name on it!
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