Man Sentenced in Hatchet Assault on Girlfriend Mandated to Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings

As part of his plea,Joseph McCoy Burr III  was ordered to attend anger management classes and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. This is an extremely dangerous man. His girlfriend is truly lucky to be alive. AA attendees beware! Just For Today Daytona NA Meetings in Hollyland Park located in Holly Hill Florida continue to smoke in our parks.

Man pleads guilty to hatchet assault

By Colton Campbell/Times-Georgian Monday, September 9, 2013 

A Villa Rica man was sentenced to 13 years in prison Monday following multiple alleged assaults of his live-in girlfriend, including one in which he was accused of wielding a hatchet at her.

Joseph McCoy Burr III, 41, was originally charged with 14 counts, including charges of aggravated assault, false imprisonment and battery. The man was sentenced by Judge Bill Hamrick to 13 years in prison, to be followed by 17 years of probation, in Carroll County Superior Court on Monday.

Burr was arrested in March 2012 following an allegation that he had assaulted a woman who lived with him on Bonnie Sue Drive, breaking five ribs. The two alleged incidents occurred in February and March of that year.

Burr apologized in open court Monday, though the female victim was not present.

“I was wrong, and I’m very sorry,” he said, crying. “I never meant for that to happen, and I want to thank the judge for not giving me a bond when I was before him a few months ago. Sitting in that jail cell for 21 hours a day has helped me.”

In the February incident, Burr allegedly wielded a hatchet at the victim, striking her on the hand and ankle when she tried to deflect the weapon. The defendant then hit the woman with a drinking glass and used the cord of a heating pad to choke her, police said.

Also in that February incident, Burr allegedly poured hot candle wax on the female while she was in the bathtub, cleaning her wounds. Daytona Beach Area Meetings.

In the March incident noted in the indictment, shortly after which Burr was arrested, the defendant allegedly hit the woman with a belt buckle and then plunged her head underwater while she was in the bath, holding it there until she was able to pull the drain stopper to let the tub’s water out so she could breathe. Sunrise Park AA Meetings. Continue reading

Father Charged With Murder of Daughter Had Been Mandated To Anger Management Classes

Murder charges are brought against father of his 2 year old daughter. He had previously been mandated to anger management classes. What safety measures do these meetings have?

MARCH 14, 2012 AT 2:52 PM
Bianca Jones’ father charged with murder in disappearance of toddler
Bianca Jones

Detroit— Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy announced murder charges for D’Andre Louis Lane, the father of missing 2-year-old Bianca Jones, Wednesday in the Detroit toddler’s disappearance case.

Worthy announced her decision to charge Lane Wednesday with first-degree felony murder and first-degree child abuse several months after Bianca was last seen in December even though her body was never recovered.

“The human body is sometimes the best piece of evidence we have,” said Worthy, who noted even though investigators haven’t found Bianca, she feels the case against Lane is a strong one.

Worthy also said Bianca was subjected to child abuse on the day Bianca went missing.

Lane will be arraigned in 36th District Court at 1 p.m. Thursday. He has been in Oakland County’s jail since Monday, according to jail officials. Lane is being held on a violation of a personal protection order unrelated to his daughter’s disappearance. He’ll be transferred to Detroit custody later Wednesday, Worthy said.

Bianca was reported missing around 10 a.m. Dec. 2, when Lane told police that carjackers forced him out of his 2004 Mercury Grand Marquis at gunpoint at Brush and Carter streets, just north of East Grand Boulevard, before driving off with his daughter in the backseat. The car was recovered a few minutes after police responded to the call, but Bianca was gone.


Lane’s jailing occurs as a former wife, Rakiba Lanise Mitchell of Farmington Hills, said she fears “now more than ever” for the safety of a son from their brief relationship that ended in 2010.

Last March, the personal protection order was obtained against Lane by Mitchell, who divorced Lane in 2010. In December, Lane was ordered to attend an anger management class by Oakland Circuit Judge Cheryl Matthews.

Lane was back in court on Monday for failing to meet the court’s order and sentenced to 14 days in the Oakland County Jail.

Mitchell and Lane were married about 18 months, and she filed for divorce in June 2010. They had a son, now 3 years old. She initially sought a personal protection order against him, saying he had shown up unannounced at her home demanding to see the boy.

Mitchell said Lane sent her repeated “threatening” emails and made unwanted telephone calls to her and relatives, according to Oakland Circuit Court records.

Man Endangered Family With Gun and Sword is Mandated to Anger Management and Alcoholics Anonymous

This man went ballistic on his family shooting his gun and using a sword. In sentencing he was mandated to anger management meetings, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and a mental health evaluation.

Shepherd man admits endangering family with gun, sword

Gazette Staff | Posted: Monday, March 12, 2012 2:38 pm

Anger Management

A 45-year-old Shepherd man pleaded guilty Monday in District Court to a felony charge for shooting a gun and swinging a sword in his home where children were present.

Robert Douglas Herring appeared before Judge G. Todd Baugh and admitted to a single charge of felony criminal endangerment. Herring was allowed to remain free on a posted $30,000 bond while awaiting a sentencing hearing on May 8.
A plea agreement calls for Herring to receive a three-year deferred sentence. Prosecutors will also ask a judge to order Herring to undergo mental health and chemical dependency evaluations and follow all treatment recommendations.
The agreement also seeks an order requiring Herring to participate in Alcoholics Anonymous, complete anger management and parenting classes, write a sincere letter of apology to the victims and seek full-time employment.
Herring was charged for an incident on Jan. 25 at a residence on Bea’s Lane in Shepherd. During a 911 call, dispatchers heard gunshots and the caller said his father, Herring, had fired several times and might have hit his brother.
Seven other people, including four children, were inside the house at the time of the incident.
No one was injured in the gunfire, but witnesses said Herring fired at least four times and grabbed a sword when he ran out of bullets. Herring slashed two walls, a ceiling, a window, drapes and a light fixture with the sword before his wife was able to take the weapon from him.

Woman Stabbed At Court Mandated Anger Management Class Sues

Maybe suing the courts, the class providers, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous Groups, (including Corporate AA/NA/CA) might get their attention finally, now that victims are holding them accountable for not protecting people at their meetings. They have full knowledge how dangerous many of them are. Corporate AA/NA is also aware of the many crimes against men,women and children that have already taken place. Many people that are mandated to Anger Management classes are also mandated to AA or NA because many violent crimes are committed while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. 

Glad to see Luna Oraivej is fighting back with a lawsuit against Court Services Institute! A felony warrant is out for Faribah Maradiaga 19, who stabbed her who failed to show up to court. Check out the link to read the actual lawsuit below and link to photos of incident. There are 3 different stories about this – dont miss them!



Updated Monday, Dec 5 at 11:08 PM


ISSAQUAH, Wash. — Luna Oraivej, 37, admits she got angry and broke a DVD player during an argument at home.

“I was wrong, I did something wrong,” Oraivej said. “I was being honest with police. I said ‘Yes, I stepped on it,’ but nobody touched each other, there was no physical violence.”

Because it was a domestic violence dispute, Issaquah Police arrested Oraivej for malicious mischief.

“When he [the officer] told me I had to go to jail for that, it really took me by surprise,” Oraivej said.

Oraivej was booked into the city jail and charged with a criminal misdemeanor. Her attorney and the prosecutor worked out a deal and when she got to court, the judge informed Oraivej that there was a way to make the criminal charge go away — pay a fine and attend anger management classes.

Oraivej said on her way out of court, she picked up paperwork from a judicial clerk directing her to Court Services Institute. She said she thought it was a court sponsored program and she wasn’t given any other options.

“No, I was given this one place, this one number, call them up and they’ll tell you when to show up,” Oraivej said.

Claim: Lack of security by private anger management class provider allowed for attack

Published 08:22 p.m., Sunday, December 11, 2011

An Issaquah woman stabbed during a court-ordered anger management class has filed a lawsuit claiming the class provider failed to protect her from others there.

Stabbed during an October 2010 class operated by the Court Services Institute, Luna Oraivej, 37, claims the for-profit company didn’t do enough to ensure her safety as she gathered with others accused of low-level crimes to learn to manage their anger.

Writing in the lawsuit filed earlier this month in King County Superior Court, Oraivej’s attorneys claimed the Institute misled Oraivej into believing the anger management classes were taught by trained mental health professionals, and that she’d be safe there.

“With the extensive court and law enforcement expertise CSI advertises, CSI agents and employees are well aware that courts order individuals to attend anger management classes because they have a history of not being able to control their anger – anger that, in most instances, led to violence against others,” the attorneys said in the civil suit.

“Nevertheless, CSI has no security policies or procedures to protect its business patrons from one another. CSI takes no precautions to avoid allowing deadly weapons into its anger management classes.”


Inside Edition snip

Luna Oraivej was in an anger management class when, incredibly, she says she was stabbbed by an out-of-control classmate.

“I couldn’t stop saying, I can’t believe she just stabbed me,” said Oraivej.

The attack happened at a Bellevue, Washington, building. Oraivej said she was stabbed three times. Afterwards she dialed 911 as blood was streaming down her arm.

Even while calling 911, her alleged attacker was so out of control she continued screaming in the lobby.

With guns drawn, police took the alleged stabber, Faribah Maradiaga into custody. She had been sent to anger management class because police say she had assaulted a teacher. Oraijev was ordered to attend the class for breaking a DVD player during an argument with her husband.