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Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Suicidal White Female Syndrome in SC: Black Joshua Jones Arrested for Allegedly

Murdering His Girlfriend, Cayce Vice, Their Unborn Child, and White Police Cpl. Sandy Rogers

 

 

Cayce Vice and her unborn child were murdered in Richmond County on Saturday, allegedly by Vice's boyfriend, Joshua Jones. (Picture from Facebook)

 

 

 

On Saturday, Master Cpl. Sandy Rogers was also murdered, allegedly by Joshua Jones, as well.

 

 

 

AIKEN, S.C.: During his first court appearance, suspect Joshua Jones bared his teeth like a rabid dog, and cursed the judge

 

 

By Nicholas Stix

 

If Joshua Tremaine Jones, 26, isn't a psychopath, he does a pretty good impression of one, baring his teeth in a bond hearing, and cursing out the judge. But maybe it's a strategy for playing the crazy card.

 

Meanwhile, Cayce Ray Vice, 21, somehow found Jones attractive. Well, I'm sure he looks much better when he isn't just coming off a killing spree.

 

And yet, according to Vice's father, Howard, during her less than three-month-long relationship with Jones, the latter gave her brutal beatings on a regular basis. How attractive could he have looked then?

 

[Thanks to reader-researcher "W" for this story.]

 

 

 

 

Updated: 11:17 AM Jan 30, 2012

 

Only on 12: Father of murder victim says daughter 'fell in love with the wrong person'

Dispatch got the call around 11:19 a.m. for a welfare check at an apartment unit at The Greens at Washington.

Posted: 1:15 PM Jan 28, 2012
Reporter:
Hope Jensen
Email Address:
hope.jensen@wrdw.com

 

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Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The female victim in a Richmond County murder is said to be connected to the man who is accused of also shooting an Aiken County officer.

The victim was 21-year-old Cayce Ray Vice, who is said to have been five weeks pregnant when she was shot in her bed Saturday morning.

Her father, Howard Vice, said she had been dating Joshua Jones since Oct. 31.

"I tried my best to get this girl out of this situation that she was in with this boy," Howard said. "I went almost as far as hurting him to get him to do something, but then I thought that wouldn't work. And so maybe I should've went ahead and done what I was gonna do to him and that police lady might be alive and my daughter might be alive."

Cayce worked at the Five Guys on Washington Road near Alexander Drive. Her employer became suspicious when she did not show up to work at 10 a.m.

When she didn't show up, they went to check on her. Her father said it just wasn't like her, and they knew something was wrong, so they called for a welfare check.

Dispatch received the call around 11:19 a.m. for the welfare check at an apartment unit inside The Greens at Washington.

"When they were telling me about it this morning, I thought it was a teenage joke. I told you that earlier -- but I wish it was," her father said. "I love my daughter very much. I wrap my whole life around my daughter, you know I really did."

Howard said he used to live with Cayce and when her boyfriend moved in, he moved out. He said there has been some abuse in the relationship and that last week, she went to the hospital to get treated after her boyfriend allegedly beat her up.

"I mean she wasn't just beat, she was beat bad," he said.

He said he tried everything he could to get her to end the relationship.

"She was just trying to find herself somebody to fall in love with, I guess. And you know when you reach a certain age and you think you're fully grown and your daddy don't know nothing no more, then what else can I do? Can't say I didn't try. I mean, I tried everything in the world."

But he said he wants people to know the real Cayce. He said she was smart, intelligent and dependent [N.S.: Typo or Freudian slip?].

"She was a good kid, she really was. She had her morals straightened out," Howard said. "She just fell in love with the wrong person."

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'Even bigger monster' said of suspected cop killer during court hearing meltdown

 

AIKEN, S.C. -- The suspect charged with shooting and killing Aiken Master Cpl. Sandy Rogers showed no remorse during his first court appe...

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We've created a special coverage page for Sandy Rogers, where you can leave your comments:

 

Remembering Master Cpl. Sandy Rogers

AIKEN, S.C. -- A response to a call about a suspicious car turned deadly for one Aiken law enforcement officer Saturday morning. A reside...

 

News 12 has been receiving lots of feedback about Master Cpl. Sandy Rogers on our Facebook page. Here are some of the ones we wanted to share with you:

Sabrena Paige: thanks for the service to the community and when you came and check on me many nights i worked at the shell gas station when you worked on the southside you didnt have to but you did thanks r.i.p. miss rogers you will be miss.
It's a very sad time for law enforcement in Aiken Co. to lose two otheir officers w/i such a short time, My prayers go out to their families and to their fellow cowrkers but most of all to the newest chief that was just appointed. You could see in tonights conferance the pain and hurt in his comments hold strong justice will be served...

Angela Partridge Sharp: My heart goes out to family, friends, and fellow officers who lost some one special to them all today at the hands of a criminal. May we all come together as a community and show our support and stand up to all other criminals and say enough is enough and we are not taking it any more. God bless us all.

Richard Martin Szasz: I met Sandy about 10 years ago when I was doing security/loss prevention. We became friends through the years that I knew her. She was always willing to go out of her way to answer a call, be it suspicious vehicle, shoplifting incidents, or to stop by and see if everything was o'kay. Thank you Sandy for being a freind to me.

Lindsay Ali Latimer: RIP officer Sandy i remember u pulled me over for speeding but u were so nice about it so sad my prayers go out to your family

Michelle Reese: It's a very sad time for law enforcement in Aiken Co. to lose two otheir officers w/i such a short time, My prayers go out to their families and to their fellow cowrkers but most of all to the newest chief that was just appointed. You could see in tonights conferance the pain and hurt in his comments hold strong justice will be served...

 

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4 days ago

 

7:15 p.m.

The Aiken Department of Public Safety released this statement:


"It is with profound sadness I must report to the citizens of Aiken, another officer has been murdered in the line of duty in Aiken this morning. Master Cpl. Sandra E. Rogers, 49 of Aiken, was gunned down responding to a call from a concerned citizen of suspicious activity at Eustis Park just after 7:30 a.m.

Rogers has been employed by the City of Aiken since 1984.

  

Master Cpl. Rogers was an invaluable street cop who exemplified the model of a Public Safety Officer. Master Cpl. Rogers was a highly skilled investigator and senior patrol officer on her shift.

Please keep the Rogers family and Aiken Public Safety in your prayers as once again we deal with this tragic loss.

We received assistance from Aiken County Sheriff's Office, North Augusta Public Safety, South Carolina Highway Patrol, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Richmond County Sheriff's Office, South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division, Aiken County Solicitors Office, Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Edgefield County Sheriff's Office.

The State Law Enforcement Division has taken over the investigation into the shooting incident as standard protocol with an officer involved shooting.

Please note that all information related to the criminal investigation, any suspects, arrests, or criminal charges related to the death of Master Cpl. Rogers should be referred to the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division."

 

7 p.m.

The Aiken Department of Public Safety holds a news conference, announcing Master Cpl. Sandy Roger had died after a shooting Saturday morning.

 

 

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Aiken just released this info: Officer Sandy Rogers died in a shooting this morning. She was a 27-year veteran of law enforcement.

 

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a day ago

 

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6:20 p.m.


Cayce Vice's father, Howard Vice, said she had been dating the suspect in the Aiken County officer shooting, Joshua Jones, since Oct. 31.

Cayce worked at the Five Guys on Washington Road near Alexander Drive. Her employer became suspicious when she did not show up to work at 10 a.m. on Saturday.

When she didn't show up, they went to check on her. Her father said it just wasn't like her, and they knew something was wrong, so they called for a welfare check.

Dispatch received the call around 11:19 a.m. for the welfare check at an apartment unit inside The Greens at Washington.

"When they were telling me about it this morning, I thought it was a teenage joke. I told you that earlier -- but I wish it was," her father said. "I love my daughter very much. I wrap my whole life around my daughter, you know I really did ... OK. That's the end of it."

Howard said he used to live with Cayce and when her boyfriend moved in, he moved out. He said there has been some abuse in the relationship and that last week, she went to the hospital to get treated after her boyfriend allegedly beat her up.

 

5:15 p.m.

Cpt. Scott Peebles confirms that Cayce Vice was shot and that the suspect is behind bars in Aiken County.

 

4:20 p.m.

 

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Aiken just released this info: Officer Sandy Rogers died in a shooting this morning. She was a 27-year veteran of law enforcement.

 

WRDW-TV News 12

a day ago

6:20 p.m.


Cayce Vice's father, Howard Vice, said she had been dating the suspect in the Aiken County officer shooting, Joshua Jones, since Oct. 31.

Cayce worked at the Five Guys on Washington Road near Alexander Drive. Her employer became suspicious when she did not show up to work at 10 a.m. on Saturday.

 

 

 

When she didn't show up, they went to check on her. Her father said it just wasn't like her, and they knew something was wrong, so they called for a welfare check.

Dispatch received the call around 11:19 a.m. for the welfare check at an apartment unit inside The Greens at Washington.

"When they were telling me about it this morning, I thought it was a teenage joke. I told you that earlier -- but I wish it was," her father said. "I love my daughter very much. I wrap my whole life around my daughter, you know I really did ... OK. That's the end of it."

Howard said he used to live with Cayce and when her boyfriend moved in, he moved out. He said there has been some abuse in the relationship and that last week, she went to the hospital to get treated after her boyfriend allegedly beat her up.

 

5:15 p.m.

Cpt. Scott Peebles confirms that Cayce Vice was shot and that the suspect is behind bars in Aiken County.

4 days ago

 

4 p.m.

News 12 finds out Cayce Vice was five weeks pregnant.

 

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Murder victim Cayce Vice (girlfriend of man accused of shooting Aiken officer) was said to be pregnant at time of death.

 

WRDW-TV News 12

4 days ago

 

3:50 p.m.

News conference announced. Name and condition of police officer still not released.

 

A news conference has been scheduled for 7 p.m. at Aiken Public Safety Headquarters to discuss the officer-related shooting.

 

WRDW-TV News 12

4 days ago

 

3:30 p.m.

News 12 finds out the murder victim, Cayce Vice, is actually the girlfriend of Jones, who is accused of shooting a police officer in Aiken.

1 comment:

Nicawawa said...

Well done as usual Nicholas! You really covered all the bases! Your research and writings are first rate.

With that in mind, here are a couple of tips for your future posts If you haven't made a post about them already. You can do this so much better than I can so hopefully you will focus on them if you havent already done so.

It seems that North Carolina has passed a "Racial Justice Act" where black thugs can appeal their sentence on spurious "racial justice" grounds.

http://wunc.org/programs/news/archive/Nli0811_Death_Row_Bias.mp3/view

And it looks like this double murderer will appeal his sentence under these new standards

http://wunc.org/programs/news/archive/Nli0811_Death_Row_Bias.mp3/view

http://www.wsoctv.com/news/news/teenager-indicted-in-statesville-convenience-store/nG4Ng/


Also, a small poor county is being bankrupted paying for the appeals of two black thugs it sentenced to death for a horrific home invasion and murder of a white family of 4:

http://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=1708667186783373243#editor/target=post;postID=7226166262312557229

The injustice of it all cries out for your research and analysis if you have the time to fit it in, as we both are swamped with examples of black interracial violence against whites to document.

Best Regards,

Nicawawa