Sep 16, 2020
Arkansas State-Central Arkansas pushed back to Oct. 10
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JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas State’s home football game against Central Arkansas has been pushed back from Saturday to Oct. 10.
Arkansas State made the announcement in a news release Tuesday, saying the team cannot assemble a full two-deep depth chart at a specific position group due to player unavailability.The statement did not say if the postponement was COVID-19 related, but the program said the “health and safety of our student-athletes will always come first.”
“We are obviously disappointed for the student-athletes participating from both schools, as well as both coaching staffs and fan bases,” Arkansas State athletic director Terry Mohajir said.
All tickets purchased will be honored on the new date.
“We will remain diligent in our health and safety protocols, and we look forward to resuming our 2020 schedule next week against Tulsa,” Mohajir said. That game is scheduled for Sept. 26.
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Central Jersey Sex Assault Suspect Accused By Four New Victims
Eridson M. Rodriguez, Hamilton, was previously charged with two counts of first-degree aggravated sexual assault and two counts of third-degree aggravated criminal sexual contact, Mercer County Prosecutor's Office spokesperson Casey DeBlasio said.
He is now facing additional charges of aggravated sexual assault and aggravated criminal sexual contact, DeBlasio said.
Mercer County Superior Court, Judge Robert W. Bingham II granted Assistant Prosecutor Tim Ward’s motion to detain Rodriguez pending final outcome of his case, according to DeBlasio.
Since his arrest, four additional victims have stepped forward and accused Rodriguez of similar crimes, DeBlasio said.
In those instances, he was accused of having sexual intercourse with two women, ages 19 and 20, who were intoxicated and incapacitated, DeBlasio said.
The assaults reportedly took place at Rodriguez's home on Liberty Street in Hamilton Township in March 2019 and again in May 2019, she said.
Anyone with information on the case is urged to contact Detective Shari Johnson of the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit at 609-989-6758 or Hamilton Police Detective Daniel Inman at 609-581-4000.