Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Hobo crime menace news update

Another homeless man, another dead victim:
VANCOUVER -- The Clark County Sheriff's Office arrested a man Monday evening in connection with the stabbing death of a teenage girl.
Detectives arrested Darrin Eugene Sanford, 30, about 6:30 p.m. on suspicion he killed Alycia Nipp, 13, on her way home from Wal-Mart, said Sgt. Scott Schanaker, a Clark County sheriff's spokesman.
Sanford is a registered sex offender convicted of approaching children in 1997 between the ages of 8 and 11 outside Harney Elementary in Vancouver and offering them money to come to his house for sex, according to public records. Sheriff's deputies said he is a transient and has been seen at an abandoned house near where Nipp was slain. (Emphasis added.)

More from KOMO-TV:

A transient sex offender accused of stabbing a 13-year-old girl to death told detectives he killed the teen after trying to sexually assault her, according to court documents released Tuesday.
Darrin Eugene Sanford, 30, faces an aggravated murder charge in the death of 13-year-old Alycia D. Nipp, a Thomas Jefferson Middle School student.
The girl was walking home with a friend Saturday when she decided to take a shortcut through an overgrown field alone and disappeared.
Her mother called 911 late that night, and her stepfather found her body in a wooded area of the field soon after.
Nipp had been stabbed multiple times and police believe her body was dragged to a wooded area and left there.

It's more common than you think. As I exclusively reported in 2003, the homeless population -- celebrated as "victims" by liberals -- contains a disproportionate number of drug addicts, alcoholics, dangerous psychotics and violent criminals. What happened to Alycia Nipp has happened to many others. It's time we wake up to who the real victims are.

UPDATE: Alycia's school sent home a letter saying they were bringing in grief counselors. Hey, while you're at it, how about teaching kids that the "homeless" aren't harmless old rummies like the lovable vagabonds they see on TV, but are actually in many cases antisocial menaces? And how about some parents in Vancouver march on city hall to demand that police stop letting these dangerous criminals roam the streets at will?



  1. Now this is something we can both agree on. The homeless that liberals tend to celebrate and romanticize (like my family when I was a young boy) tend to be few in number and temporary in nature.

  2. Excellent post. Linked it to you.


  3. "how about teaching kids that the homeless aren't ovable vagabonds they see on TV, but are actually in many cases antisocial menaces?"

    A primary purpose of political correctness is to confuse people so that they no longer have the sense to fear evil.