Wednesday, April 16, 2014
TURD BURGLAR RESURFACES!!!! Navarr Ross, Previously Convicted In North Minneapolis Thanksgiving Home Break-In, Now Suspected In Rash Of Violent Robberies...
Contributed photo, blog post by John Hoff, it is not known which of the
burglars is pictured or whether it is Navarr Ross, blog post by John Hoff
It was one year ago JNS blog wrote about the very last of a group of Thanksgiving "turd burglars" entering a guilty plea, click here, and that last one to plea was Navarr Ross.
The burglars, who broke into the home of an elderly and respected Northside senior citizen on Thanksgiving day, 2012, were dubbed "turd burglars" because of a disgusting act, best left undescribed, which one of the burglars committed in the bathroom before a spontaneous posse of Northside neighbors, one wearing superhero pajamas, trapped the burglars in the house long enough for police to catch every one of them...
And now it turns out Navarr Ross is accused in a string of violent robberies, click here for recent news article. Also accused is 16-year-old Antonio Deshawn Timberlake and an unnamed 13-year-old juvenile who stabbed somebody in the neck, allegedly. This blog has never before heard of Antonio Timberlake, but the surname is all-too-familiar as one of the most prominent North Minneapolis crime families.
Navar Ross is currently sitting in jail charged with four counts of aggravated robbery, one count of theft of moveable property. His bail is $50,000. The robbery charges were brought by Edina PD, so allegedly this Northside "turd burglar" decided to pick a suburban environment where victims have more money than a senior citizen in North Minneapolis. (The moveable property charge, however, was brought my Metro Transit PD)
Ross' home address is listed on the roster as "3 Upton Ave. N.," an address that does not exist and makes no sense at all.
Step it up, Hennepin County Jail. Here you catch a rare and elusive turd burglar and many citizens wish to learn his habitat, but once again you've messed up the information on the roster. Don't make me send Thomas Evenstad to go knocking on the sheriff's door to talk to you about this!
(Kidding. I'm kidding, of course)
(But seriously, do you know how long I've waited to write the first sentence in that headline?)