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William Harris, 404WILL is an 18 year old native of Atlanta, Georgia. He started rapping at the age of 17. Since then rapping has become a lifestyle that allows him to create and deliver a message of inspiration and motivation to our society, while adding to his own lifestyle. Will's insight and perspective of his metaphoric lyrics will leave you wondering if he is 18 or 81 due to the depth of knowledge from the words he spits. Bustin' is his new single that he dropped on Thanksgiving, 2014. Will has a rather bright future; "bustin" down doors of the rap game.
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Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Atlanta rapper Young Thug was arrested and jailed early Wednesday (February 26) in Atlanta drug possession and driving erratically in his car.
The “Stoner” rapper (real name Jeffery L. Williams), who reportedly signed with Cash Money recently, was booked into the Fulton County jail on charges of possession of a controlled substance, driving in a circular or zig-zag course, or “laying drags,” reckless conduct and reckless driving.
According to TMZ, arresting officers also discovered an outstanding warrant on Young Thug for drug possession.
Saturday, February 8, 2014
Friday, December 27, 2013
One sister is hospitalized and another is in jail after an argument over apple fritters ended in a stabbing. Akron police say they were called to the 900 block of Springdale Street around 11:30 p.m. Christmas night for a reported stabbing. Investigators say one sister was in the kitchen making apple fritters when two other sisters “started to play fight” over the treat.
At one point, police say, one sister pulled the hair of the other sister. The sister whose hair was pulled, Contisha Q. Hayes, pulled out a knife and stabbed her sister, Tamara D. Delaney, 21, in the chest. Delaney was taken to Akron City Hospital for treatment of what authorities say was nonlife-threatening injuries. Hayes, 21, of Callis Oval, has been charged with felonious assault.
She is in the Summit County Jail.
EAST ST. LOUIS — The ex-boyfriend sought in connection with the stabbing death of the 25-year-old mother of one of his children surrendered to police Tuesday night.
Police had been searching for Montrell Cooper since Saturday night when the body of Michelle Rowling was found.
"Cooper contacted police and turned himself in at a Residence Inn in Alorton," Illinois State Police Capt. Jim Morrisey said.
Cooper, who was arrested shortly after 6 p.m., has not been charged in Rowling's death but East St. Louis Police Chief Michael Floore said, "We want to question him about the stabbing death of Michelle Rowling."
The St. Clair County State's Attorney's Office issued a probation violation warrant against Cooper on Tuesday.
Bail was set at $200,000 and Cooper was transferred to the St. Clair County Jail.
Rowling was found slain inside of her apartment in Building 34, Apt. F of the Gompers Homes public housing complex Saturday evening.
Cooper, 25, has had a history of domestic violence with Rowling. Police said that Cooper slit her throat on one occasion and he beat her up on a second occasion.
"In February 2012, Rowling walked into the City Hall rotunda with blood gushing from her neck," Floore said. "She said the suspect had stabbed her."
St. Clair State's Attorney Brendan Kelly said Cooper was prosecuted and Rowling refused to cooperate with authorities and with her favoring Cooper over the state's prosecuting him, Kelly said, "It undermined our argument for prison."
"We often move forward with charges even when victims are not cooperative, hoping that if they see us standing up for them, they will stand up for themselves," Kelly said. But, that does not always happen, he said.
"The victim in this case actually testified in favor of the defendant."
At a candlelight vigil held Sunday night at the Gompers Homes, family members said the couple have been together for a few years in an on-off relationship. Rowling, was trying to leave him, some said, and they believe this could have been the reason she was murdered.
Rowling's mother, Cathy McGolson, said she is hurt, angry and at a loss for words.
"I don't know which way to turn," McGloson said.
Diane Simmons, Rowling's grandmother, said her granddaughter's children are safe with her. She said she knew of Cooper, but she thought "they had broken up."
Several family members talked about a Facebook posting that Rowlings put out saying that if anything happened to her to tell her children and her mother that she loved them.
Through tears, Danielle Lane, a second cousin, talked about the last time she saw her cousin on Thanksgiving Day when they met at another cousin's house.
"She was happy, but she looked worried," Lane said. "She told me about the domestic abuse with him. She wanted to be with him, but they weren't getting along, so she was trying to leave him," Lane said.
Lane said she saw Cooper several times with Rowling and he was always quiet.
"He was really quiet. ... He never really spoke. He would only say hello. That was it. He never interacted with the family, never. He just sat right under her," Lane said.
Lane said she learned about his slitting Rowling's throat in 2012 two days after it happened.
"I didn't see her for about three weeks. When I saw her, I told her she needed to get out of that relationship because that wasn't love. I tried to get her to meet up with me and do some things, but she wouldn't," Lane said.
"We need to put a stop to women being abused. No matter what your family or friends say or think, speak out. There is always help out there," Lane said.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
"We are having a horrible time trying to get funds together to pay for her funeral. She didn't have any insurance. I want young people to know they need insurance. Get insurance and leave a will," Simmons said.
Anyone with any information on Cooper's whereabouts should call the East St. Louis Police Department at 482-6700, Illinois State Police at 246-3990 or CrimeStoppers at 1-866-371-Tips (8477). This is an anonymous tip line.
Contact reporter Carolyn P. Smith at 618-239-2503
Read more here: http://www.bnd.com/2013/12/03/2938893/east-st-louis-murder-suspect-victim.html#storylink=cpy