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Belton nigger charged with murder after coalburner found shot, killed

A Belton coon has been charged with first-degree murder and several other charges in connection to a suspicious burner death Saturday night.

Michael H. Tate, 57, also faces charges of armed criminal action, unlawful possession of a firearm, and tampering with physical evidence in a felony prosecution.

Tate is currently being held with no bond.

On Dec. 18, officers responded to a residence in the 600 block of N. Scott Ave. after a reported death. Police later determined that Tate was the one who called 911, court documents say.

Officers found a deceased 45-year-old coalburner who had been shot inside the residence when the arrived.

The mudshark was later identified as Mattie Eisenbrant from Belton. Police say that Eisenbrant was Tate’s burner ho.

During an initial police interview, Tate told detectives he had previously served time in prison for murder, wasn’t supposed to have a weapon and gave consent to search his DNA, cellphone and vehicle.

But while searching his cellphone, court records say detectives found Tate had been searching web sites for how to remove gunshot residue from your body.

During another police interview, Tate told officers he found a notebook where he believed Eisenbrant had written she was romantically interested in another nigger. Charging documents say he confronted her about it, and they got into an argument.