Boston online dating robbery suspect
According to Wilson, safety concerns like this have always existed, but they manifest in different ways.At one time, he recalled, people using AOL chat rooms also fell victim to similar robberies and alleged druggings.(Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)) Welcome to KCBS All News 106.9FM | 740AM LISTEN LIVE RIGHT NOW: KCBS Live Audio Stream Click […]The oldest victim swept away in a Southern California mudslide was Jim Mitchell, who had celebrated his 89th birthday the day before.The youngest, 3-year-old Kailly Benitez, was one of four children killed.Quite often, and maybe guys of a certain age are more sensitive to this, but even something like leaving the bar, you had to always be careful.There were certain bars in Boston that you knew you had to leave with friends,” says Wilson.Burton said although gay rights are advancing all over the country, the events in Boston and recently in New York illustrate “just how much work remains before all people can truly be equal safe and free.” While the reports are alarming, Rob Wilson, who runs Bos Guy.com, a Boston-based blog covering the city’s gay community, says he wasn’t surprised by the crimes and that instances like these have long been a problem.“In the gay community in general, it predates [social media and phone] apps—even the Internet.
Kimball County Sheriff’s Deputy Anthony Osborn says Armando Ramirez-Serna of Cheyenne was arrested Saturday evening for the murder of 19 year old Justin Robinson.
Osborn told KNEB News the Nebraska State Patrol used a PA system to talk Ramirez-Serna out of the First Interstate Inn motel room.
Osborn says Ramirez-Serna was arrested on a first degree murder warrant without incident at 5 p.m..
The publication said on its website that the victims were allegedly targeted by a suspect or suspects at bars and through online outlets commonly used by gay men.
After the victims met with the suspect, they were allegedly drugged and then their apartments were cleaned out. Gay rights groups responded to the reports on Monday and expressed their concern in the community.