October 3, 2019
“…Gibbons is believed to be a friend of Mohead’s family.”
That was her first and biggest mistake.
Whites should never allow themselves to get too friendly with these jungle beasts. Even if individual nogs seem fine, their extended families are still going to be riddled with dysfunction, and that dysfunction always ends up affecting those around them – often with fatal consequences.
The St. Clair County State’s Attorney’s office issued first-degree murder charges Saturday in the fatal shooting of a woman at a home in the 3900 block of South Park Drive.
Dominick C. Mohead, 28, of South Park Drive in Belleville, was charged with first-degree murder in the death of Kristine M. Gibbons, 54.
Gibbons, who was publicly identified Saturday, lived on First Street in Belleville, according to authorities.
Police discovered her body when they were called to the South Park Drive house for a wellness check at 7:04 a.m. Friday. A man had surrendered to officers in the front yard, and police announced they weren’t seeking additional suspects.
The Belleville Police Department said in a statement Saturday that Gibbons is believed to be a friend of Mohead’s family. Any motive for the shooting was unclear, they said. Mohead does not yet have an attorney, according to St. Clair County court records.