Sunday, April 14, 2024

FBI Joins Investigation of Murder 12 year old Aliza Spencer Bigelow St Binghamton NY, What About Taykwann Browne of Brooklyn & Mac Ballas Street Gang

UPDATE April 12, 2024; On Friday, Binghamton Mayor Jared Kraham joined police officials to announce the FBI is joining the effort. “The involvement of the FBI means support from the top federal investigative agency and access to cutting-edge technology to aid in this (two year old unsolved case)," Kraham said. "We’re grateful to the FBI, the New York State Police and the other law enforcement partners who have stepped in to help.” What about Taykwann Browne arrested in Binghamton on gun charge in Jan 2023, he had outstanding murder warrant out of Brooklyn, he was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Binghamton gun charge in Aug 2023, he is currently in Attica. Taykwann Browne appears to be a frequent flyer to Binghamton out of Brooklyn NY prior to 2023 and possibly as far back as 2014, he appears to link to Bloods street gang out Brooklyn (MacBallas set). So far 'No Snitchin' in Binghamton NY.

Taykwann Browne links to Bloods street gang Brooklyn. See never ending Binghamton link to drugs and NYC gangs. BINGHAMTON, NY—April 2014, United States Attorney Richard S. Hartunian announced that 14 members and associates of the Bloods street gang known as the “MacBallas” (out of Brooklyn - Bronx) were charged today by way of a felony criminal complaint in Federal court in Binghamton, New York. Defendants will make their appearances later today before a federal magistrate judge in federal court. Additionally, law enforcement also executed federal search warrants at 9 locations in the Binghamton, New York area including at the nightclub called “Club 17 East”, located at 348 Clinton Street, Binghamton, New York, which was utilized and frequented by members of the MacBallas street gang. In 2014 dirtbag drug dealer Taykwann Browne would have been 17 years old in Brooklyn, prime time for a teen thug learning the drug trade and routes to Binghamton NY for the Macballas street gang.

12 Year Old Female Murdered April 21, 2022 East Side Binghamton. According to a press release from the City of Binghamton Police Department, officers responded to the area of Bigelow Street and Chamberlain Street for reports of shots fired just after 10 p.m. Thursday night April 21, 2022. Apparently multiple shots were heard, not just one. It's been nearly 2 years since 12 year old Aliza Spencer was fatally shot near her Binghamton home and the reward offered in the case has increased to $32,000. The sixth-grade student at East Middle School died shortly after she was wounded while walking with her father and brother near the intersection of Bigelow and Chamberlain streets on April 21, 2022 on the east side of Binghamton NY. Binghamton Mayor Jared Kraham told reporters during a news conference on that Aliza Spencer was killed just after 10 p.m. local time Thursday by a single gunshot wound to the chest. Aliza was walking home with her father and her 13-year-old brother when she was reportedly struck by a "small caliber bullet," Mayor Kraham revealed. 

A drive-by shooting has been ruled out, police chief Joseph Zikuski confirmed. "We are 100 percent sure it was not a drive-by," he told reporters. Yeah but what about drug dealing dirtbag Taykwann Browne of Brooklyn, DOB 5/25/1996, who was arrested on the east side of Binghamton NY nine months after Aliza Spencer was shot and killed in the same general vicinity? Most likely that was not the first time dirtbag Taykwann Browne of Brooklyn had been on the east side of Binghamton, he delivers drugs to his street dealers and picks up payments due, he is out of Brooklyn NY. East Fredrick St could have been the getaway route. Who are his drug connections that live on the east side of Binghamton? Who has been arrested recently for drug sales, street dealer, that lives on Bigelow St? The small caliber bullet that killed Aliza Spencer would most likely be a .25 caliber bullet fired from a pistol, or a .22 caliber Magnum bullet fired from a revolver, or a.380 caliber bullet fired from a pistol. I have been made aware that a lot of drug dealers prefer a .22 caliber Magnum revolver or pistol which they can easily conceal in their front pocket of their pants and to carry a 9mm pistol in their car, out of which they do business. FYI a .22 caliber Magnum bullet accurate past 100 yards up to 150 yards, or 1 1/2 football fields.

Murder Suspect Taykwann Browne Arrest Jan 18th, 2023 East Side Binghamton; Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force, on January 18th, 2023 members of the task force attempted to take Taykwann Browne of Brooklyn, DOB 5/25/1996, into custody he was wanted for homicide in New York City, he is seen in photo above giving 'Bloods gang sign'. What was this drug dealing dirtbag Taykwann Browne of Brooklyn doing on the east side of Binghamton NY nine months after Aliza Spencer was shot and killed in the same general vicinity? What he was doing, was delivering drugs to his street dealers who live in the area. Who was Taykwann Browne meeting on the east side of Binghamton, who are his connections? Who had 'felony drug arrests for dealing on Bigelow St Binghamton NY' recently? Police say Taykwann Browne was operating a vehicle on Binghamton's east side when he fled the officers, driving away at a high speed. A short time later, Browne was involved in a car accident in the area of ​​Eldredge Street and Brandywine Avenue on the east side, the driver of the vehicle Browne collided with called 911 and gave the direction Brown fled from the accident on foot. Once located, police found one loaded 9mm Ruger handgun, approximately 12.9 grams of fentanyl pills, and drug paraphernalia items used in the sale and distribution of controlled substances. Browne was on parole after serving a 5 year prison sentence for a first-degree robbery conviction in Brooklyn, he got out in 2020 according to the state Department of Corrections and Community Supervision. NYS Dept of Corrections Taykwann Browne, Race/Ethnicity: BLACK, Date of Birth: 05/25/1996. How many bodies on this dirtbag Taykwann Browne out of Brooklyn? Who was Taykwann Browne meeting on the east side of Binghamton, who are his connections?

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. – (WIVT/WBGH) August 23rd 2023, Broome County District Attorney Michael Korchak announced the sentencing of Brooklyn man Taykwann Browne on Thursday following his appearance in court. Taykwann Browne, 27, of Brooklyn, was sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to felony criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree. Browne admitted that on January 18 2022, he illegally possessed a loaded 9-millimeter pistol in the City of Binghamton. Local law enforcement assisted New York State Parole in locating Browne, who had escaped supervision while having an active homicide warrant in New York City. Drug dealer Taykwann Browne out of Brooklyn NY appears to be a member of the Mac Ballas aka Mac Baller Brims the largest subset of the national Bloods gang in NYC, that had set up shop in Binghamton NY back in 2013 at the nightclub called “Club 17 East”, located at 348 Clinton Street, Binghamton, New York (AMP's).

The Mac Baller Brims: NYC's most dangerous gang.
New York Post; › 2014/09/07 › the-mac-baller-brims...
Sep 7, 2014 — They are the new Mafia, a ruthless Bronx-based cabal of drug dealers and gunrunners that officials call the most dangerous gang in the city. Members of the Mac Ballas street gang (Mac Baller Brims), which operated primarily in the Bronx, New York, have been charged with racketeering, narcotics, robbery, murder and firearms offenses since at least 2014. In the Bronx, the Mac Baller Brims are the largest subset of the national Bloods gang and have been considered one of the city's most violent, according to police. The gang formed in 2001.Oct 2022, Damian Williams, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York; Michael Alfonso, Acting Special Agent in Charge of the New York Field Office of Homeland Security Investigations (“HSI”); John B. DeVito, Special Agent in Charge of the New York Field Division of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (“ATF”); and Keechant Sewell, Commissioner of the New York City Police Department (“NYPD”), announced the unsealing today of a nine-count superseding indictment charging four members of the “Mac Ballers” subset of the national Bloods gang in the Bronx, New York. GLEN CARWELL, a/k/a “Tink,” a/k/a “Tinky,” SHAWNDALE LEWIS, a/k/a “Nore,” COREY BATCHELOR, a/k/a “Corey Balla,” and JORDAN TOWNSEND were charged with racketeering conspiracy, violent crimes in aid of racketeering, and firearms offenses. CARWELL and LEWIS were also charged with narcotics conspiracy. The case is assigned to U.S. District Judge Lewis J. Liman. U.S. Attorney Damian Williams said: “We allege that for years, the Mac Baller set of the Bloods has terrorized the New York area, and especially the Bronx, by pouring addictive drugs into our community, committing robberies, and engaging in shootings. These charges reflect our commitment to keeping our community safe by targeting gang members who engage in violence, as we allege these defendants did.” From at least in or about late 2014 through 2022, the Mac Ballers was a criminal enterprise centered in the northeastern United States, including in the Bronx, New York, Binghamton NY, and in the jails and prisons of New York City and the State of New York. In order to make money for the gang, protect the gang’s territory, and promote the gang’s standing, members of the Mac Ballers engaged in, among other things, narcotics trafficking, fraud and identity theft, and acts of violence, including robberies and attempted murders. To that end, Mac Baller members sold heroin, cocaine, crack cocaine and marijuana, promoted their gang affiliation on social media, possessed firearms, and engaged in shootings as part of their gang membership and narcotics trafficking. As part of their membership in the gang, from 2017 to 2022, all four defendants participated in a conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering, resulting in the attempted murder and assault with a dangerous weapon of a victim on October 19, 2021.


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