October 22, 2019
Christopher Mardrie Roberson, left, and Alfonvo Montell Johnson.
These blacks don’t seem to be getting any less homicidal.
Clearly, there’s something these people need that we’re not giving to them, so we just need to keep giving them more and more free stuff until we find out exactly what that something is.
Then they’ll be just like us in every way.
Police in Cleveland, Tennessee, have charged two men with murder in connection with the deaths of a man and woman found dead last week in Bradley County.
Christopher Mardrie Roberson, 37, and Alfonvo Montell Johnson, 45, are each charged with two counts of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and tampering with evidence in the deaths of Jaclyn Carroll-Markcloud and James Ledford, according to a news release from the Cleveland Police Department.
Carroll-Markcloud’s body was found on Sept. 26 in a wooded area off McCann Drive. A day earlier on Sept. 25, not far from where her body was found, police discovered Ledford’s body, which was “concealed” in a 1995 Chevrolet S10 extended cab pickup truck. It was parked on a rocky gravel drive in a far corner of the Fort Hill Cemetery just off the 1000 block of South Ocoee Street, partially hidden by trees between the Hiwassee Mental Health Center and the cemetery.
Carroll-Markcloud was last seen with Ledford in the truck between Sept. 21 and 22, police said.
The investigation into their death is continuing, according to a news release.
Jaclyn Carroll-Markcloud and James Ledford.