They B-stupid to mess with Texas

Posted on Saturday 28 January 2006

Update March 20: http://www.polimom.com/2006/03/20/stupid-b-gone/

The Houston Police Department (HPD) seems to have started making some dents in the problem evacuees. Apparently, eleven of the recent homicides have been linked to a rivalry between two New Orleans housing projects.

KHOU.com (registration required) described it this way:

Investigators say the suspects and victims lived in rival housing projects in New Orleans. They say the rivalry goes back for generations and was probably the motive for many of the murders.

Yup. These would be the criminals who held their own communities hostage for years in New Orleans, and I couldn’t be more pleased that Houston is starting to stomp on them. It would be absolutely wonderful, in fact, if the evacueees who have been terrorized by these punks would step up and communicate with the HPD… because that will get the three they’re still looking for off our streets that much faster. I don’t know if somebody who calls himself “B-stupid” can read, but I really hope so. He – and others like him – need to fully understand this message from the HPD:

HPD homicide Capt. Dale Brown noted that many of those charged have extensive criminal records in New Orleans and that some had been jailed but were out on bail.

“We’re going to hold them to the justice of Texas law,” Brown said. “We think they are going to find things are a little bit different than in Louisiana. We’re very aggressive in enforcing our laws in Texas. We’re going to take care of our business.”

And New Orleans? While the system is being overhauled there, you might want to figure out how to keep this from happening in the future:

Although all the suspects named Friday are considered to be “extremely violent,” a New Orleans police official confirmed that Harris, whose name appears on some documents as “Ivory Harris,” has been suspected in other slayings there. Capt. Juan Quinton with the New Orleans Police Department confirmed that Harris was arrested and charged in the May 12 slaying of Yoshio Watson, 30, during a child’s birthday party. The shooting occurred during a period of escalating gun violence in the city.

A check by a criminal district clerk in New Orleans also found a second-degree murder charge on Harris was thrown out as well as a concealed weapons charge. No details could be determined.

“He’s a recognized name in our law-enforcement community,” said Quinton. “Somehow in a short time he was released. He’s managed to elude the judicial system.”

Harris was in custody in New Orleans after the Dec. 17 Houston homicide that he is a suspect in. New Orleans police arrested Harris in a criminal trespass case Jan. 4, but he was released that day on a $2,500 bond, according to jail records.

Harris cycled through the Orleans Parish jail at least six times last year after he was arrested on charges including disturbing the peace, illegal possession of a weapon and resisting an officer. Within days of each arrest, he was released on bail.

I think I understand now why NOLA has been dragging its feet to reopen those danged projects. What a cesspool. I feel SO sorry for the people who’ve been living in them, trying to raise families, while trying to stay alive in the face of this crime and violence… for years.

All in all, this was very good news for Houston, and ultimately for everyone. Keep it up!

13 Comments for 'They B-stupid to mess with Texas'

  1.  
    January 28, 2006 | 12:58 pm
     

    Well if its any consolation, at least theyre facing Texas Justice, which seems to be a helluva lot worse than most states. If anything good comes out of all this, it’s be that N.O. has a chance to rebuild public housing as something besides a safe haven for thugs and drug dealers. they could implement the whole “5 years or the road” scenario that is in place in Charlotte;Find gainfull employment in five years doing something, or buh-bye! Drug arrests or anything of the sort? Adios! Leave things looking like crap? Hasta la vista!

    On this one particular scenario I will say that the city needs to take sole ownership, in order to do away with the rot that was present before Katrina. This is a “Tabula Rasa”, and all the old rules, all the old ways of doing things need to be thrown out.

  2.  
    January 28, 2006 | 2:53 pm
     

    Horray for you guys! As a native new orleanian who left the metro area years ago because of the increasing violent crime, I applaud any attempt at keeping these thugs where they belong. New Orleans “revolving door” court system and “greasing the palm” mentality has kept us citizens from enjoying our city. Now hopefully when and IF New Orleans ever rebuilds maybe we can hire a few lawmakers who arent B-ing stupid and will take a stand against gang formation in public housing.

  3.  
    March 20, 2006 | 11:03 am
     

    [...] All morning long, people have been googling into Polimom’s blog, searching for the term “B-stupid” – the no-doubt perfectly descriptive nickname of Ivory Harris, and one of NOLA and Houston’s most wanted violent criminals. Here’s why: At 3 a.m. this morning in Kenner, police officers arrested Ivory “B-Stupid” Harris, the most wanted man in the city. The arrest was a collaborative effort between NOPD and Kenner police officers. Harris, 20, is wanted for two murders in New Orleans as well as a host of murders in Houston back in January. Harris is a career criminal who should not ever roam the streets again. [...]

  4.  
    Hunter
    March 20, 2006 | 9:48 pm
     

    A few wors about b stupids arrest. It started with information deveolped by the New Orleans Police SWAT team. As they investigated, they learned that stupid was in Kenner, La. The Kenner PD assisted the NOPD SWAT and stupid was arrested as he fled out of the rear door of an apartment. He did not resist the two SWAT teams and acted nothing like his reputation. In other words, he blinked, to put it mildly.

  5.  
    Hunter
    March 20, 2006 | 9:49 pm
     

    Forgot one thing, when the Kenner PD SWAT entered the residence, they found 2 assault rifles and some drugs.

  6.  
    October 6, 2006 | 8:53 am
     

    [...] Fascinating. Seven murders is a pretty significant number in the larger murder statistic. Reminds me of B-Stupid, in fact… [...]

  7.  
    Tashaan
    April 26, 2007 | 3:24 pm
     

    He started killing when he was about 16 years old…and Ima tell you, he killed anyone in his way…He must have killed more than 10 people in New Orleans alone…Before Katrina, the whole city was trying to kill him, but he was killing them before they got him…Now he’s finally been caught….he probably gets life…That was my nigga though….FREE STUPID

  8.  
    Tashaan
    April 26, 2007 | 3:28 pm
     

    Oh and I must say…He’s just like every other thug that lived in a New Orleans project…all of them is killers just like him….

  9.  
    The Wife of Ivory "B-Stupid" Harris
    April 30, 2010 | 10:21 pm
     

    Fuck everyone who ha something negative to say about my husband. Yea I know all u mutherfuckers wanted and expected him to get life but sorry he only got a sentence of 25, my hubby have a chance to live life and be with his family again. Sorry he didn’t get the the sentence you BITCHES wanted.
    The Wife of “B-Stupid” 2010!

  10.  
    The Wife of Ivory "B-Stupid" Harris
    April 30, 2010 | 10:23 pm
     

    Im his Wife and will forever hold him down.

    FREE MY STUPID!

  11.  
    RastaFya
    July 21, 2011 | 1:10 pm
     

    @ “The Wife of Ivory B-Stupid Harris: God didn’t create ANYBODY to harm and kill His other creations. “B-Stupid” is all about his own will and ego and not Gods will- basically, a demononic, satanic puppet. Trust, If you got in B-Stupid’s way, He would stab you in the back too because he does not know the lord. Also, “B-Stupid” is mentally unstable. From what He does and how he reacts, he sounds like a sociopath. Sociopaths have no consciense. Why would you even want to defend or be around someone like that? He will eventually cut your throat to and lose no sleep over it!
    Another thing… all of this that you speak of- what is the point of it? Do you feel better about yourself when you hurt others? What do you gain from it? Is your self-esteem so low that you have to stoop so low to feel better about yourself. I love New Orleans, but this is why New Orleans is so messed up now. You can be all “bad as@” if you want to, but what goes around comes around. If you really believe what you posted up there, please do the world a favor and do not reproduce. Gods coming, she just takin her time, and unfortunately honey you are on the losing team, smdh!

  12.  
    RastaFya
    July 21, 2011 | 1:14 pm
     

    @ Tashaan: This is 2011. As a proud Black Queen, why do we still use the word “Nigga”… that is the perfect indication of the slave, defeated, satanic mentality. Brainwashed followers, here’s some advice:
    This is what the LORD says: “Cursed is the one who trusts in man, who depends on flesh for his strength and whose heart turns away from the LORD.
    Jeremiah 17:5
    Truth!

  13.  
    uptown 3rd ward
    January 13, 2012 | 8:26 am
     

    stupit stupit stupit i no stupit we grow up in the same area uptown new orleans i heard storys about b stupit all the time stupit did this stupit did that a budy of mine was shot 7 times stupit name came up he shot the wrong guy make a mastake then after hurricane katrina my best frend shot after a fight in the club he died hes mother sead the dud who killed him name was b stupit that fucked me up so jell might be the best place for him couse we ridin but i dont thank he will make it in there in if he do we will see u when u get out

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