Brookville Resident Arrested for Conspiracy to Deal Methamphetamine

September 23, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgBrookville, IN—In the early afternoon hours on Saturday, investigators with the Brookville Police Department executed a residential search warrant. The focus of the search warrant was a residence located in a mobile home park in the southern portion of Brookville.A search of the property resulted in officers with the Brookville Police Department discovering the following items which were seized:A crystalline substance, which field-tested positive for the presence of Methamphetamine.Multiple items of Drug Paraphernalia. A green leafy substance, identified to be Marijuana.4. Multiple digital scales.The owner of the residence, William Darrell Wooton, of Brookville, Indiana was immediately taken into custody by investigating officers. Wooton was transported to the Franklin County Security Center in lieu of bond and was booked on the charges of Conspiracy to Deal in Methamphetamine with Enhancing Circumstances, Possession of Methamphetamine with Enhancing Circumstances, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.last_img read more

Local Sports Results For Tuesday (8-18)

September 23, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgThe Batesville Bulldogs Boys and Girls Soccer teams were victorious in their doubleheader battle against The Union County Patriots that was heard on The Sports Voice of Southeastern Indiana, 103.9 WRBI!The boys won 13-1 while the girls were 5-0 shutout winners.The Batesville Boys Soccer team had their first home match of the season against Union County Tuesday evening winning 13-1.The Bulldogs started off aggressive with the first goal just seconds into the match when Ian Powers sent a diagonal through ball into JJ Kuisel for a one time finish. In the next minute Ian Powers dribbled the defense down the left flank and shot one right into the side netting. 33:30 The third goal was assisted by JJ Kuisel and finished inside the box by Eli Pierson. 22:17 JJ Kuisel sent a through ball to freshman Ian Carpenter, who placed it into the back of the net. 18:07 Ian Carpenter played to Eli Pierson for a close finish placed around the keeper. 8:49 Sebbie Trainor took a shot which was deflected off the keepers gloves and followed up with one touch by sophomore Thomas Hartman. Thomas Harttman scored his second goal of the match which was assisted by Eli Pierson soon after cutting away from his defender and shooting to goal. First half ended with Batesville scoring 7 goals.The second half went on with the Bulldogs focused on possessing the ball. 31:09 Kuisel passed to Kent Meyers for a nice lofted shot over the keeper. 26:49 sophomore Willy Sherwood sent a long diagonal ball from the defense for Eli Pierson to run onto scoring a hat trick. 21:33 Kent Meyers laid the ball off to Ian Powers who ripped it low into the goal. 18:44 Kuisel had a breakaway finish assisted by Ian Powers. 13:49 Kent Meyers crossed the ball into freshman Owen Powers who tapped the ball into the net. 8:07 Freshman Ian Carpenter played a ball through the defensive line to Owen Powers who scored his second goal around the keeper. 6:59 on the clock the Bulldogs gave away a free kick outside the box when Union County played a lofted shot into the goal ending the shutout. The final score was 13-1 for the Batesville win.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Kyle Hunteman.The Jac-Cen-Del Boys Varsity Soccer beat Milan 4-1.For JCD, 3 goals 1 assist by Jacob Jines. Jordan Meyer 1 assist, Ryan Wilson 1 goal.Courtesy of Eagles Coach Derek Jones.The Batesville Lady Bulldogs suffered their first loss of the season in dual matches at the hand of the 8th ranked Columbus North Bulldogs at The difficult Harrison Lakes CC by a score of 153 to 197.Nathaly Munica was the match medalist with a 3 under par 33. Batesville scores were Emma Weiler 40 Josie Meyer 49 Tori Harpring 55 Rhea Miller 60. Madelyn Pohlman 53 Chloe Murphy 60.The Bulldogs next match is the Connersville invitational on Saturday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Tom Meyer.Greensburg Lady Pirates Soccer has started their season off strong. They traveled to Rising Sun to secure their second win 4-1.The defensive line led by Captains Hilary Ernstes and Katie Beam kept the pressure away from Keeper Ella Lowe, who is also a captain. Lowe had 9 saves.At the half, Greensburg led 2-1 and the lead never fell. The final score was Greensburg 4, Rising Sun 1. Captain Emily Rosales led the team in goals securing two. Emilee Ernstes and Natalie Kalinowski both contributed one goal each.The Lady Pirates travel to Oldenburg Thursday. Their record is 2-0.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Ryan Morlan.The Batesville High School girls’ varsity and junior varsity volleyball team increased their record to 2-0 Tuesday evening when they hosted the Madison Cubs,.The Junior Varsity team won in 2 sets. The scores were 25-21 and 25-21. Top server was Kaitlyn Sarringhaus. Maggie Wilson helped the team by dominating the backrow. Belle Westerfeld and Kaylie Raver were amazing up front and lead the team in kills.It was a late night for the varsity as they ended up having to play four sets. The score of the first set was 28-26 with Batesville pulling out the win. In game two, Batesville pulled through again with a score of 26-24. The third set ended with Madison on top 20-25. In the final set, Batesville came through with a score of 25-22. Kylie Laker had an amazing night! She was 20 for 20 serving with 2 aces. Kylie was not finished yet though as she led the team in assists and had 10 kills. Katherine Bedel followed with 9 kills.The undefeated Lady Bulldogs will travel to Shelbyville on Saturday for their next game.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Vickie Heil.The 7th grade Batesville Middle School Lady Bulldogs opened the season vs. Greensburg and suffered a 25-12; 25-19 loss despite demonstrating some good offensive play. Serving was inconsistent and prevented the team from gaining any significant momentum on the scoreboard. Highlights included Jade Martin scoring 4 points including 2 aces from the service line. Reesa Zimmerman and Grace Walter were aggressive at the net earning 3 and 2 kills respectively. The team will travel to play Jac-Cen-Del on Thursday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Shelly Prickel.The BMS 8th grade Volleyball team opened their season with a win against Greensburg 25-23, 25-11. Top servers were Kate Bauer with 18 for 18 serving; earning 17 points including 7 aces. Molly Meer added 6 points with 1 ace. Sophie Gesell added 2 points. From the front line the team was strong. Aly Peters led with 4 kills, Meer added 3 kills. Lydia Haskamp and Kate Bauer contributed 2 kills each. While Ava Williamson, Ava Powner, and Eva Struewing each had a kill. The team plays Thursday at Jac-Cen-Del.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Angie Ehrman.The Franklin County Lady Wildcats Varsity Volleyball team won in 3 sets against Rushville 26-24, 25-13 and 25-23.Kim Settles had 1 kill and 6 digs. Jenna Bruns had 1 kill, 11 digs and 1 ace serve. Alex Gillman had 3 kills, 13 digs and 3 ace serves. Meredith Hoff had 4 kills, 2 digs and 1 ace serve. Saige Mergenthal had 3 kills. Rae Ertel had 2 kills and 1 dig. Makyah Richardson had 3 kills, 3 blocks and team high 4 ace serves. Kassidy Schell had 13 assists, 1 ace serve, 1 dig and 4 kills. Kacie Williams had 13 assists.Courtesy of Wildcats AD Denny Dorrel.The North Decatur Lady Chargers fought hard in sets 2 and 3 but couldn’t pull together to win the match against Union County 25-6, 25-23, 22-25, 25-8.ND Sophomore setter Sami Luttel led the team with 28 assists of 118 attempts; and hitters So. Caroline Stapp had 13 kills followed by So. Madelyn Bohman with 7 kills and Sr. Haley Gorrell with 5 kills. Stapp led digs with 23 and Seniors Anna Burkhart and Brittany Krieger, So. Luttel tied with 12 of 13 attempts.Courtesy of Chargers Coach Ashley Gauck.  The JCD Eagles host the Shiners on the pitch in Middle School Soccer action. The Eagles jumped out to a 2-0 lead at half time but could not hold on to the lead. Shiners came back and took the lead 2-3. In the 50min mark JCD tied up to finish with a 3-3 tie. The Eagles travel to South Ripley on 8-19 for a 4:30 start.Scoring for the Eagles. Lane Carroll 2 Goals, 7 shots, Brody Huff 1 Goal, 3 shots, Kayden Vachet 1 Assist, 1 shot, Grant Rinear 1 assist, 4 shots. Carson Comer 2 shots, Bethany Ortman 1 shot. Defensive : Sam Simon 5 stops, Cole Patrick 2 stops, Berkley Williams 3 stops.PLAYER OF THE GAME BEN SCHOETTMER 15 saves!!Courtesy of Eagles Coach Larry Hammond.last_img read more

School bus driver admits to molesting young girl

September 20, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgAuthorities in Gainsville, Florida have arrested a 27-year-old bus driver who reportedly forced a child under the age of 12 to perform oral sex on him. John Albert Martin was arrested Friday sometime after the child described the incident to police.Martin admitted to report stating that he hadn’t had sex in three years and just “wasn’t thinking” when he forced the child to perform the action on him.Martin was taken to the Alachua County Jail where he remains on a $300,000 bond.County officials reported that the 27-year-old began working for the school district in March but did not give a timeline as to when the incident occurred.It was also reported that has been released from is position and will not be allowed to return.last_img read more

MDI girls fall to Gray-New Gloucester in state championship game

September 20, 2020 0 Comments

first_img Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020 Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 PORTLAND — It was a spirited effort, but the Gold Ball’s return to Bar Harbor must wait.Looking to win its first state championship in 16 years Saturday afternoon, the Mount Desert Island girls’ basketball team went up against the Gray New-Gloucester Patriots in a battle of the No. 1 teams in their respective regions. Although the Trojans stuck with their opponents early and made a game of it late, it wasn’t enough against one of the state’s top defenses.MDI ended the season as Class B runner-up Saturday with a 43-30 loss to Gray-New Gloucester in the state championship game at Cross Insurance Arena in Portland. The game marked the end for a Trojan team that still ended the year as both Big East Conference and Northern Maine champions after a strong 2018-19 campaign.“We had some good looks today that just didn’t go in the basket,” MDI head coach Brent Barker said. “It wasn’t a lack of effort or a lack of commitment; we just didn’t make enough shots, and that’s sometimes what happens in basketball.”MDI’s Julia Watras looks to pass against Gray-New Gloucester’s Jordan Grant during the second half of the Class B title game March 2 at Cross Insurance Arena in Portland. Watras led the Trojans with nine points in the loss. BARRY GUTRADT PHOTOThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder textAfter Gray-New Gloucester scored the first two baskets to start the game, MDI took a 6-4 lead after a Julia Watras layup, Hannah Chamberlain 3-pointer and Alexis Clarito free throw. Yet the Patriots (20-2) rebounded from MDI’s six-point spurt with a 12-2 run that gave them a 16-8 lead through one period of play.MDI got back in it to start the second quarter as 3-pointers from Olivia Gray and Watras cut Gray-New Gloucester’s lead to 18-14 with just under four minutes to go. Although Clarito had to sit out the final 2 minutes, 30 seconds after picking up her third foul, MDI (19-3) kept the Patriots at arm’s length the rest of the half and trailed just 23-18 at the break.Gray-New Gloucester scored two of the first three baskets to begin the second half before Clarito picked up her fourth foul of the game just before the halfway point in the third quarter. With Watras earning her fourth with 22 seconds to play in the period on a questionable charge call, MDI trailed 30-22 entering the final quarter.“I think that [foul trouble] changed how we approached the game a little bit,” Barker said. “Throughout the year, we’ve had a little bit of issues with foul trouble and have gotten different people to step up, and I was hoping a couple kids would step up and hit some shots. It just didn’t happen for us today.”After the Patriots got their first double-digit lead of the day when they scored a layup to begin the final period, MDI cut the deficit to 32-28 on a pair of Maddy Candage free throws and baskets from Rachelle Swanson and Clarito. Yet Gray-New Gloucester’s defense was simply too much in the end as the Patriots ended the game on a 13-2 run.“They hunkered down a little bit defensively [late in the game],” Barker said. “We didn’t hit shots, and we turned the ball over. … That’s what it boiled down to.”Watras led MDI with nine points in the loss. The Trojans’ other scorers were Chamberlain with seven points, Candage with six points, Clarito with three, Gray with three and Swanson with two. Bri Jordan had 17 points for Gray-New Gloucester.Members of the MDI girls’ basketball team sport their silver medals as junior Rachelle Swanson carries the runner-up trophy following the Class B championship game March 2 at Cross Insurance Arena in Portland. ELLSWORTH AMERICAN PHOTO BY MIKE MANDELLMDI proved to be one of the toughest opponents all season for the Patriots, whose 19 wins entering the game had come by an average of 25.9 points. With the Trojans trailing by as few as four points in the fourth quarter, Gray-New Gloucester head coach Mike Andreasen wanted to make sure his team wasn’t the second to fall victim to an MDI rally this postseason.“We were really worried because we weren’t in a lot of close games this year,” Andreasen said. “With MDI, we knew they came back and stole the Winslow game, and we didn’t want to be in that situation where we could be the team that lost on a buzzer-beater. The kids just dug in and said, ‘Let’s make it so one basket at the end doesn’t kill us.’”The Gold Ball win was the second in three years for Gray-New Gloucester, which won its first in program history two years ago when it defeated Houlton’s Kolleen Bouchard-led squad at the Augusta Civic Center. As was the case in that 2017 win over the Shiretowners, a championship game victory against the Trojans this time didn’t come easily.“If there’s a better team than them in [Northern] Maine, I wouldn’t want to see them,” Andreasen said of the Trojans. “They’re not the biggest team, but they’re really, really tough because they always put five kids on the floor who can score. They looked every bit the part.”The game was the last for MDI seniors Candage, Chamberlain, Clarito, Watras, Lindsey McEachern and Zoe Parker. Those seniors spent three seasons as the primary contributors for the Trojans, and their coach won’t let their accomplishments at MDI High School be forgotten.“They have a special place in my heart,” Barker said. “I just can’t say enough to what they’ve done and what they’ve meant for this program. It’s tough to go out like this, but you can’t ask for a better group of kids.” Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all)center_img MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020 Latest Posts Biolast_img read more

Kallicharan ton keeps T&T unbeaten; wins for Guyana and ICC Americas

September 19, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgBASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC) – Kirstan Kallicharan’s hundred kept Trinidad and Tobago unbeaten in the Regional Under-19 one-day championship here Tuesday, as they trounced Windward Islands by eight wickets.Chasing a tricky 209 to win at Molyneaux in the fourth round contest, T&T motored to their target in the 39th over, with Kallicharan stroking an unbeaten 102.The 17-year-old right-hander, already a key member of world champions West Indies Under-19s, tore into the Windwards attack striking seven fours and seven sixes in a 79-ball cameo.With his side stumbling at 43 for two in the 11th over, he put on 166 in an unbroken third-wicket stand with Cephas Cooper whose unbeaten 55 came from 93 deliveries and included eight fours.Earlier, Kallicharan’s Windies Under-19s teammate Emmanuel Stewart struck 52 as the Windwards ended on 208 for eight off their 50 overs after opting to bat.He put on 78 for the third wicket with Johnnel Eugene, who made 40 from 63 balls, to help pull Windwards around from 35 for two in the 11th over.Off-spinners Cooper (2-20) and Aaron Maniram (2-30) finished with two wickets apiece.At Conaree, ICC Americas produced a solid batting display to upset Barbados by 48 runs.Opting to bat first, ICC Americas were powered to 258 for five off their 50 overs with Pranav Sharma top-scoring with 79, Arslan Khan getting 66 and Akashdeep Gill, exactly 50.They were tottering on one for one in the first over before Sharma stroked fours in a 109-ball innings and Khan gathered five fours in a 100-ball knock, to rescue their side in a 157-run second-wicket stand.In reply, Barbados were dismissed for 210 in the final over with Dante Niles top-scoring with 35 and Nico Reifer getting 34.At St Paul’s, Raymond Perez carved out a fluent unbeaten 52 as Guyana overhauled Leeward Islands’ 116 to win by eight wickets.Opener Perez faced 71 balls and counted five fours and a six and put on 106 in an unbroken second-wicket partnership with Kevlon Anderson who made an unbeaten 51 off 81 balls, with four fours and a six.West Indies Under-19 star Bhaskar Yadram had earlier taken six for 16 with his off-spin to limit the Leewards to 116 all out off 45.3 overs.last_img read more

Chelsea assessing injured duo

September 18, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgChelsea are this morning assessing the fitness of Didier Drogba and David Luiz, who are both doubtful for Wednesday’s Champions League clash with Benfica.Defender Luiz had to come off during the first half of Saturday’s 4-2 victory at Aston Villa after picking up an injury.Drogba was forced to miss the game at Villa Park because of a foot problem.AdChoices广告Interim boss Roberto Di Matteo said: “We have a few niggling injuries and also I have to look at the freshness of the team as we’re playing every three days.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

UW out for revenge against SCS

September 17, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgGREG DIXON/Herald photoAfter starting the season ranked No. 1, the Wisconsinwomen?s hockey team had nowhere to go but down. For the entire month ofNovember, it seemed like all the Badgers did was fall further and furtherbehind. During an eight-game stretch in November the women?s hockey team went2-5-1 and looked nothing like back-to-back national champions.One reason for the team?s early struggles is theirdependence on five freshmen ? who have never had to balance college classes andcollege hockey before ? to play major minutes for the team.?It is always difficult to play your first semester and toplay hockey while you are preparing for your first exams,? junior goaltenderJessie Vetter said of the freshmen. ?So once school ended, and we just focusedon playing hockey and having fun, our team started to do a lot better.?Since the rough skid in November, however, UW (16-6-2,12-4-2 WCHA) is riding a six-game win streak in which almost all members of theteam have contributed. One major reason for the team?s turnaround is theoffense?s rejuvenation and ability to find the back of the net. In the past sixgames the team has averaged 3.5 goals per game.?The biggest reason that we are winning is our ability toscore three or more goals in a game,? head coach Mark Johnson said. ?In thegames that we weren?t successful, we only scored one or two goals. Our defensehas remained pretty good all season, so when we score three or more there is agood chance that we are going to win.?Despite their recent offensive success, however, someplayers still think the team could be scoring more goals.?To tell you the truth, I think that we should have scoredsix goals in all of those games,? senior Jinelle Zaugg said. ?We had a lot ofchances to score more goals, and we need to work on finishing thoseopportunities.?This weekend, the No. 5 Badgers will face No. 9 St. CloudState (15-5-4, 10-5-3 WCHA) at the Kohl Center. The Huskies ? who split a two-gameseries earlier this year against the Badgers ? are a scrappy team that has wona lot of close games this year and will present a strong challenge for UW?srevitalized offense.?Their goaltender can play exceptionally well,? Johnsonsaid. ?We out-chanced them and out-shot them last time, but she came up big,and we couldn?t find the back of the net in the first game.?Along with the usual motivation for winning the game, theBadgers have placed a little extra emphasis on sweeping the Huskies thisweekend. Back when these two teams met in September, UW was on an NCAA-record,32-game undefeated streak, which ended at St. Cloud in a 2-1 loss.?We want to win every game, but there is a little extramotivation because they did break our streak,? Vetter said. ?But in the end itis just another WCHA weekend, and we have to get four points out of it.?Along with the pressure to win this weekend, the Badgers arefacing mounting pressure to catch up in the WCHA race. With only ten more gamesto play, UW trails University of Minnesota-Duluth by eight points in theconference and probably needs to win out to have a shot at the WCHA title.?We have got ten games left, and we are trying to win themall,? Johnson said. ?With that said, however, you can only take the games oneday at a time, and right now we are focused on St. Cloud State.??We like the pressure,? Vetter added. ?Ourteam has made it a goal to win out, and we will work hard and see whathappens.?last_img read more

LA community discusses effects of HSC expansion

September 17, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgLos Angeles County supervisors addressed community concerns regarding possible displacement of residents, public safety and environmental impact on communities affected by the expansion of the Keck School of Medicine of USC. The Los Angeles Board of Supervisors voted in favor of establishing the county’s first “Health Innovation Community Partnership” on March 14. The objective of the partnership is to engage area residents, community and civic leadership in the coordinated development of the Health Sciences Campus. “It is critical for the community impacted by the development of a Health Science District to play a role in determining its future,” said Isela Gracian, executive director of the East Los Angeles Community Corporation. “We anticipate that USC will participate along with community stakeholders and civil leaders in planning for world-class medical services and a biotech center that also lifts residents and communities to new levels of sustainability rather than push us out.”More than 40 community leaders testified in favor of the expansion plans of the USC medical facilities. These plans include possible new dorms, parking structures, an additional hospital, a hotel and biotech labs. Potential uncoordinated development could lead to the displacement of residents in the surrounding neighborhoods leading to negative impacts on housing, children, family wellness and transportation. According to the press release, stakeholders called for more job opportunities, more affordable housing and educational opportunities related to science. “World class medical and biotech development in Los Angeles should happen,” said Maria Brenes, executive director of InnerCity Struggle at the press conference, “but not at the expense of residents’ quality of life, especially low-income communities that already face multiple cultural, health and economic inequalities.”last_img read more

Betcart signs up for new brands session at Betting on Football

August 30, 2020 0 Comments

first_img Share Betcart’s Monica Rangel has been confirmed as the fourth panellist on the ‘New brands in football betting’ session at Betting on Football (3-5 May).Rangel is the Chief Business Development Officer for the Bcourt Group owned and Curacao licensed operator enjoying its third year of trading in 2017.She will be appearing in the #bofcon2017 session alongside BetStars Managing Director Zeno Ossko, BetOnBrazil CEO Stuart Tilly and EnergyBet Managing Director Marcin Sapinski.Rangel said: “We live and breathe football; it’s in our business DNA and our international strategic development is built on sports, as is our foundation. Betting on Football will be a very important milestone in our growth plans and we are eager to discuss the future with like-minded individuals.”‘New brands in football betting’, a key part of the first day Leadership track at Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge, will be moderated by McBookie Director Paul Petrie and sponsored by Secure Trading.The session will focus on how new brands entering the sports betting market can disrupt the status quo and compete for market share alongside bigger and more established operators.Football-focused Betcart will also be sponsoring the affiliate dinners at the fourth edition of the largest international football and betting trade conference. There will be a dinner at Kensington Roof Gardens on Wednesday 3 May, and in Chelsea’s Directors Lounge on Thursday 4 May. Esports Entertainment Group to finalise Argyll acquisition by 31 July July 8, 2020 ‘Deal maker’ Rafi Ashkenazi ends Flutter tenure  August 27, 2020 Related Articles Share Submit FansUnite accelerates wagering ambitions by acquiring McBookie for $2m  May 20, 2020 StumbleUponlast_img read more

David Silva joins Real Sociedad

August 29, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgFormer Manchester City playmaker David Silva has joined La Liga side Real Sociedad for two seasons.The Spaniard’s 10-year spell at City came to an end after Saturday’s Champions League defeat by Lyon.Signed from Valencia in 2010, the midfielder, 34, made 436 appearances and helped City win 14 trophies.Italian side Lazio were reported to have offered former Spain international Silva a three-year contract. but he joins Real Sociedad on a free transfer.Sociedad finished sixth in La Liga and were in search of a new playmaker after Martin Odegaard returned to Real Madrid following a one-year loan spell.Silva made 309 Premier League appearances, scoring 60 goals and playing an instrumental part in City’s four title wins in 2012, 2014, 2018 and 2019.In domestic cup competitions, he played 57 times and won two FA Cups, five League Cups and three Community Shields.Silva holds the record for the most European appearances for City, having played 70 Champions League matches over the past decade.He was also in the Spain squads that won the 2010 World Cup and the European Championship in 2008 and 2012. Source: BBClast_img read more