Monday, December 15, 2014

Sulton goes down. Six feet down.

Here is the dead suspect who tried to kill police officers yesterday in Ridgeland  yesterday:

We have seen this scumbag's name before back in October. WLBT reported:

Jackson Police have identified a suspect in the Thursday armed robbery and shooting of a man at a Fortification Street convenience store.

In a press release JPD Officer Colendula Green said detectives identified 22-year-old Mike Sulton as one of the suspects.

Green said on Thursday Precinct 2 officers responded to 359 E. Fortification St., West Express Service Station regarding a shooting. Upon officers' arrival it was learned that a subject had been shot at least once in the upper torso in the parking lot. The victim was transported to UMC for medical treatment and is in stable condition.

During the investigation it was learned that the victim, identified as 58-year-old Lamar Joseph, was arm robbed at the location by two subjects occupying a silver vehicle. At least one of the suspects shot Joseph. Joseph was an ATM technician at the location and was returning to his vehicle when he was approached by the suspects. The suspects were able to flee the scene with an undisclosed amount of money.

Green said Sulton has been charged with strong arm robbery and aggravated assault stemming from the incident.

Detectives still need assistance in identifying the other assailant involved in this incident.
Anyone with any information regarding this incident or the whereabouts of Mike Sulton is urged to contact the Jackson Police Department at 601-960-1234 or 601-355-TIPS. Mr. Sulton should be considered armed and dangerous.

Mr. Sulton is apparently no longer dangerous as he is headed to an institution that is six feet under.  There were at least two outstanding warrants for his arrest when he tried to kill police officers yesterday.


Anonymous said...

Good riddance! He saved the taxpayers a ton of money by showing us how stupid he was.

Anonymous said...

How long before an investigation by Obama, holder, Sharpton, and Jackson concerning police brutality and discrimination?

Kingfish said...

I'd love for them to try to do it. I would have a field day with them.

Anonymous said...

only better outcome would have been for him to take his own life in the middle of the woods somewhere where nobody even had to clean his @ss up. what a piece of trash who preyed on hard-working, innocent people and then put more innocent bystanders at risk.

Anonymous said...

When I was living in California, the Kern County Sheriff shot and killed a murderer-rapist that was holding a young girl hostage. During the interview afterwards when it was known that the deceased had previously been convicted he made the comment" There's one we wont have to rehabilitate".
I think that is appropriate in this case as well.

Anonymous said...

How long has it been since the two outstanding warrants been signed. Does the J.P.D. ever bother to look for anyone with with warrants? I know they won't arrest anyone with a misdemeanor warrant unless they're arrested in the commission of another crime.

Kingfish said...

They've been looking for him. I think some of you are starting to realize JPD does a better job than given credit for and many of the problems lie elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

Sheriff Tucker said that the car he was in was reported involved in several other incidents in the county earlier how can that be when he had just jacked the car Or had he checked it earlier

Anonymous said...

Some cars are reported stolen when actually the title has been given for drugs. Not all reported stolen cars belong to honorable citizens.

Anonymous said...

Our upstanding citizen was (of course) a resident of Jackson and a Gangster Disciple (the same gang under question in the Jessica Chambers murder.)

Anonymous said...

@11:40, Tucker was referring to the car Sulton had stolen in Crystal Springs and drove to Madison.

Anonymous said...

These thugs know when a cop draws his gun, he's shoots to kill. He got exactly what he wanted. Absolutely no sympathy for him. Hope his baby mama tells his kid he committed suicide, not that he was killed by cops.

Anonymous said...

Its kilt, not killed. Where did you go to school, JPS?

Anonymous said...

When can we expect the 'hands up don't shoot' rally to kick off here for this animal? I know it's not "Christian-like" of me to be happy that a scumbag is dead--but hey, I don't think Jesus lived amongst gang bangers...or else he may have said 'blessed are the cops for they protect the meek and innocent'

Hang Down Yo Head And Die said...

His momma and auntee say he a good boy and they gone need hep with the tombstome. Look for Trustmark and Wal-Mark to go in concert to collect donation.

Leslie Phillips said...

This is the man that shot my brother in Jackson while he was servicing his ATM machines. He stole a lot of money and shot him. My brother has lost use of his left hand and though we are happy they got the shooter we would like the JPD to find the other 2 involved. I knew this guy would surface once the money was gone. I believe he was caught by committing another crime, not sure the police were really looking for him!!! I want the police to find all involved in this crime or it will just be a matter of time before they rob or heaven forbid kill someone.

Anonymous said...

I have been angry with Ridgeland Police for writing tickets to honorable citizens such as myself.

I will forgive them at this time.

Quickdraw said...

This whole damned thread and not one mention of Jimmy Houston or Mary Hawkins. The Kingfish fan base is slipping.

Anonymous said...

I seemed to have missed the outrage in the African American community or by anyone when a violent,armed offender is killed during an arrest.

The outrage seems to be limited to teens who weren't committing felonies and to unarmed suspects.

But, perhaps, y'all can find examples of protest by non-family members about a violent offender being killed by police.

I can however, think of many violent white murderers being arrested without blood shed. Bell comes immediately to mind.

Anonymous said...

7:49, I'm sorry, I seemed to have missed the outrage in the African American community or by anyone when THIS CRIMINAL was killed in the course of fleeing from this crime. Are you honestly trying to suggest that this case is the same as the Eric Garner case? I would love to have an explanation for that.

Anonymous said...

7:49, you're fighting a losing battle by trying to reason with facts that don't fit their narrative.

Anonymous said...

He was probably an easy target, kinda hard to run, fire your weapon at the police and hold your pants up all at the same time.

Anonymous said...

8:17, I think you misread 7:49's comments. Earlier posters gave their standard Sharpton, Holder, Obama black boogeymen response, and 7:49 was pointing out that he hadn't ever seen protests for anyone killed while trying to murder a cop. You're both saying the same thing. Also, he didn't make any comparison to the Garner case.

Kingfish said...

I don't think they will. Guy was involved in the October robberies. He's on the run. Steals car, crashes into police car after a chase, then shoots two windshields of police cars. You won't see protests over this one. I think everyone gets that when you shoot at cops, you get whats coming to you.

All I will say about Ferguson is that in most jurisdictions when you start punching a cop in the face while he is in a vulnerable position, go for his gun, mark him up, its not going to end well for you in some form or fashion. I doubt in New Orleans he would have gotten far away enough to charge at the officer.

New York? got major problems with that one. Of course, the damn law was stupid in the first place.

Anonymous said...

10:30. I'm 8:17. We were certainly not saying the same thing. 7:49 assumed that people would protest this case because people have protested other high profile cases. I'm saying it is ridiculous to make that assumption. Assuming that the only reason for those other protests (like Eric garner, where some form of protest was very much merited) was because a black man was killed by a cop (and thus, that people would protest here because a black guy was killed by a cop) is a gross mischarachterization of what happened in these other cases that have sparked protest. I would otherwise let 7:49's ignorance slide, but police brutality, where it exists, is a serious issue that shouldn't be written off by merely saying "these protesters are just playing the race card."

Anonymous said...

10:30 here. My interpretation of 7:49's comments are that he (or she) offered a sarcastic response to earlier suggestions that there would be protests. He clearly stated that he has not seen any outrage from any community in a situation like this. That was in direct response to the earlier posts. Furthermore, he said that people are outraged in other (dissimilar) situations because UNARMED persons who are NOT committing felonies are being killed. He essentially said no one has or is protesting for an attempted cop killer, but they're understandably outraged when an unarmed person is killed. I wish 7:49 would step up and defend himself, but I think you're misreading his comments.

Anonymous said...

7:49 am I assumed no such thing. Reread my post at 10:49

What I assumed, if anything, is that the protests of African Americans are not without some justifiable basis for mistrust as not only the case of Garner indicates, but the shooting of the kid in the park and the Walmart shooting and a less than clean past history when it comes to inequitable treatment.

No doubt, criminals take advantage of protests as a cover to loot and steal and those folks deserve scorn.

But, for goodness sakes, we are forever taking sides before the facts are in and then everyone defends their initial position to the bitter end.

Any rational options that could have prevented the extreme outcome are lost. Any understanding becomes lost. Facts are casualties.

This is what crazy people do when disagreements arise. It's not what rational, enlightened , civilized people are suppose to do!

KF, I'm not entirely persuaded given your post of the transcript that those bruises were there before the shooting or that Brown's prior theft was even known at the time.

This is a situation that should have warranted a jury trial but the grand jury was treated as if they were a jury that should deliver a verdict and NOT, instead, look at probable cause. The instructions at the end were wrong as well. You know they were a misstatement of the law.

This teen did the wrong thing. He was unarmed. The policeman's life was never in danger as the shots occurred from 30 ft away.

Apparently, everyone thinks that the death penalty should be given for minor assault and for petty theft and that teens can never turn their lives around.

There's more than a few respectable, successful conservatives in town that did worse as teens!

Anonymous said...

" He was unarmed. The policeman's life was never in danger as the shots occurred from 30 ft away. "

Stop lying. The thug had powder burns on his hand (per the autopsy) because he had already grabbed the officer's weapon in the patrol car and discharged it - guess what - that could have killed the cop. Any reasonable person, under those circumstance, would fear for their life if the assailant turned and started charging again from 30 feet away (again from the grand jury testimony and the comment overheard on a cell phone, made by a bystander watching the scene unfold).

The grand jury got it right - there is no way a group of 12 jurors would unanimously decide there was no reasonable doubt about any charges that could be brought against the officer.

FYI - at least one of the black witnesses who supported the officer's testimony have been murdered in Ferguson since the verdict was released.

Anonymous said...

Consequences, people, consequences. Actions have consequences.

Anonymous said...

I always thought it was called "suicide by cop". Why else would anyone, any color.... charge an office or grab for his gun?

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