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    BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Former Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu was provisionally freed on Tuesday after appearing before a judge following a night in jail while being investigated for possible irregularities during his administration. Court officials said Bartomeu and his former adviser at the Spanish club, Jaume Masferrer, used their right not to make any comments. Bartomeu, Masferrer and two other club officials were arrested on Monday after Catalan police raided Barcelona’s headquarters in a search and seizure operation related to last year’s “Barçagate.” In that case, the club was accused of launching a smear campaign against current and former players who were critical of then-president Bartomeu and others. The arrests came less than a week before the club holds presidential elections, and added to the turmoil surrounding the team recently. Barcelona, which has also struggled on the field and could lose Lionel Messi after his contract ends this season,...
    This is the Jamaican party girl sneaked in to a luxury Barbados hotel room by a British couple in the middle of the night for a threesome, MailOnline can reveal. Andrew Luker and Julia Knightley decided to spice up their sex life while on holiday on the Caribbean island by inviting Mikaela Jacas back to their five star hotel for sex. But the late-night liaison was uncovered by security and the British couple were arrested and fined £4,400 for breaching the island's strict Covid laws.   A security guard saw Ms Jacas, 24, hop over the wall of the Treasure Beach Hotel after midnight and enter the room where the couple were staying and raised the alarm.  Police were called and the trio were rounded up as they were enjoying a post-coital drink on the patio of their luxury accommodation. Mikaela Jacas (left and right), 24, from Jamaica, was...
    A British couple who decided to spice up their Barbados holiday by inviting a Jamaican woman to their hotel for sex have fallen foul of island’s tough Coronavirus quarantine rules. Andrew Luker and Julia Knightley follow a number of Britons, including Love Island star Zara Holland, to have fallen foul of the Caribbean island's strict pandemic laws.   A security guard spotted local Mikaela Jacas hop over the wall of the Turtle Beach Hotel after midnight and enter the room where Andrew Luker and Julia Knightley were staying and raised the alarm.  Police were called and the threesome were rounded up as they were enjoying a post-coital drink on the patio of their luxury accommodation. Andrew Luker (left) and Julia Knightley (right) have been fined for breaking Covid rules by inviting a Jamaican woman to their hotel for sex The couple from Greater Manchester were caught when Jamaican woman...
    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida man who wasn't on fire was arrested Tuesday night after police say he sprayed himself with a fire extinguisher in an attempt to dry himself off. Florida State University police found David Mann, 54, on the top floor of a parking garage with an extinguisher and covered in powder, the Tallahassee Democrat reported. Mann told police he had been drinking and fell asleep and then fell in water when he woke up. He said he was using the extinguisher to try to dry himself off, police said. He was charged with interfering with firefighter equipment, a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison. Mann was being held in the Leon County jail Wednesday night. Jail records do not list a lawyer for him. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags:...
    MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama man charged with murder in a fatal shooting that occurred at a Christmas party was out on bond following another shooting earlier this year, according to authorities and court documents. James Lee James Jr., 33, was booked into the Mobile jail Wednesday night and charged in the killing of Jaheim Pugh, 19, who was shot to death at a Christmas gathering in Prichard over the weekend. Two other people were injured. James told reporters he is innocent and will be out of jail soon, but prosecutors are trying to keep him behind bars. Records show James was out on bail after being charged with assault and other offenses following shooting earlier this year, and authorities are asking a judge to revoke that bond. Authorities haven't released a possible motive in the party shooting, but the victim's mother, Tiffany Pugh, told news outlets she believes...
    A 70-year-old homeless woman was fatally shot by a corrections officer in the lobby of a Washington state jail last week after she allegedly brandished a knife, officials said. Nancy King was pounding at the lobby door of the Spokane County Jail Friday night when corrections sergeant Justin White told her to drop the weapon, a county spokesman told KXLY.com. County officials alleged King then “moved aggressively” toward White, who repeatedly demanded she let go of the knife before gunning her down. Jail director Mike Sparber said White acted in self defense during the shooting, according to The Spokesman-Review. Jack King said his aunt struggled with mental health issues and alcoholism for years. “Sure, a homeless person can seem scary, but it’s hard to picture someone that small and elderly being a threat to a corrections officer,” King told The Spokesman-Review. He added...
    More On: shootings NYC staggering from soaring gun crimes — that pols have been asking for Shocking video shows gunman open fire on FedEx driver in Brooklyn Man who bragged about beating gun possession cases hit with new firearm charge Three men found tied up, shot in the head at abandoned home A 70-year-old homeless woman was fatally shot by a corrections officer in the lobby of a Washington state jail last week after she allegedly brandished a knife, officials said. Nancy King was pounding at the lobby door of the Spokane County Jail Friday night when corrections sergeant Justin White told her to drop the weapon, a county spokesman told KXLY.com. County officials alleged King then “moved aggressively” toward White, who repeatedly demanded she let go of the knife before gunning her down. Jail director Mike Sparber said White acted in self defense during the...
    On October 27, 2020 around the hour of 10:20pm the Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a confrontation that led to a victim sustaining a gunshot wound. Deputies and Investigators responded to the scene of Rocky Ford road at the intersection of Mixon road (Bulloch County, Ga.) to find the victim, (RAY CLIFFORD BEASLEY, JR. aka: “BUDDY”) deceased. The suspect was also located at the scene and identified as DUSTIN LEIGH COWART. COWART was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Bulloch County Jail. Preliminary investigation revealed that COWART and BEASLEY met at this location to have a discussion about BEASLEY’S relationship with COWART’S ex-wife. Interviews of witnesses and evidence at the scene resulted in DUSTIN LEIGH COWART being charged with FELONY MURDER, AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, and POSSESSION OF A FIREARM DURING THE COMMISSION OF A CRIME....
    This is part two of a series about Shelby Talcott’s arrest in Louisville. I’m going to jail. This has been clear for the last few hours. I’ve covered a lot of these protests, riots, and nights filled with violence, both from police and protesters. But I’ve never been arrested and sent to jail for it. Not even close until now. It’s kind of an odd thing. Neither the police nor the protesters seem to like journalists very much. That’s one thing I’ve learned. Antifa will fuck you up as fast as “12,” the protester slang for police. Black Lives Matter has been markedly less violent. More outraged, but definitely less violent than Black Bloc. Still, we’ve seen firsthand that BLM and its “allies” will chase you down if they decide you aren’t there to boost their cause – if you don’t raise the fist, so to speak. In the last few...
    Apollo 11s launch, as seen by the only woman in the control room Rams make Ramsey highest paid corner Jane Fonda Remembers Night in Jail: I Was Treated Differently Because I Was White and Famous Jane Fonda is well aware of her privilege — and she wants to use her star power to fight for environmental and social justice. © Provided by People John Lamparski/Getty Images Jane Fonda is arrested during the "Fire Drill Friday" Climate Change Protest on Oct. 25, 2019, in Washington, D.C. In her new book, What Can I Do?: My Path from Climate Despair to Action, which published on Tuesday, the star recounts the night she got arrested at a climate change rally. While the experience was unsettling, she writes that being "white and famous" resulted in very different treatment from the other inmates.  The 82-year-old actress, who has been an activist since she aligned...
    By Andrei Makhovsky MINSK (Reuters) - Two leaders of the opposition in Belarus appeared in court on Tuesday after a night in jail, as the government pursues a crackdown on the few figures still at large, with more mass demonstrations planned against President Alexander Lukashenko. Despite most major opposition figures being in jail or in exile, Lukashenko has so far failed to put down popular protests against his 26-year rule, more than two weeks after an election his opponents say was rigged. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets over the weekend and dispersed peacefully. Lukashenko has denied election rigging. He has called the protesters "rats" and says they are funded from abroad. Olga Kolvakova, the main representative still in Belarus of opposition candidate Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, appeared in court, as did Sarhei Dyleuski, who has led strikes at the Minsk Tractor Factory, one of the country's biggest plants....
    YouTube/48 Hours Jeff Pelley (heart) was questioned by St. Joseph’s County Detective John Botich the day after his household was discovered. Tonight on CBS’s 48 Hours, the story of the homicide of Jessica Pelley’s household shall be retold. Over a decade after the homicide of her household, Pelley’s stepbrother, Robert Jeff Pelley, was arrested and charged with 4 counts of homicide. On Sunday April 30, 1989, detectives walked into the Pelley household dwelling and located the our bodies of Reverend Robert Pelley, his spouse Daybreak and two of their daughters, Jolene, 6 and Janel, 8. Jessica Pelley was at a good friend’s dwelling the night time of the homicide, and her eldest sister, Jacque Pelley, was out of city. Seventeen years after the homicide, Jeff Pelley, who was 17 in 1989, was arrested and convicted for the crime.Jeff Pelley Is At the moment...
    CBS On September 9, 2016, Chacey Poynter referred to as 911 to report that her husband, fireplace captain Robert Poynter, had been shot within the head. She was later convicted of capital homicide. She tells her story in an interview with Peter Van Sant on 48 Hours.  Police physique digicam footage was launched displaying Poynter waving down a police cruiser and yelling about her husband being shot. “She was simply frantic,” Sergeant Shane Meek, who interviewed Poynter because the scene, instructed CBS Information. “She was saying that someone had come up and shot her husband and she or he took off operating.” He added that she was his first homicide suspect.Poynter Was Sentenced to Life In Jail & Michael Garza Was Sentenced to 90 Years#48HOURS IN 48 SECONDS: The only real witness to a homicide helps police make sense of a bewildering crime...
    By FARAI MUTSAKA, Associated Press HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — An internationally known Zimbabwean author and several other people have been released on bail on Saturday, after spending a night in police cells for protesting against the government. The activists included writer Tsitsi Dangarembga and Fadzayi Mahere, the spokeswoman of the main opposition MDC Alliance party. Dangarembga is the author of the bestselling novel, “Nervous Conditions,” and has recently published a sequel, “This Mournable Body,” which has received notable reviews and has been nominated for top awards. They were among scores of people who tried to hold low-key protests after military and police shut down the country’s major cities and towns and forced people to stay indoors Friday. Those who were arrested spent a night in detention. They are accused of “participating in a gathering with the intention to incite public violence or bigotry” and also with violating lockdown regulations that...
    HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — An internationally known Zimbabwean author and several other people have been released on bail on Saturday, after spending a night in police cells for protesting against the government. The activists included writer Tsitsi Dangarembga and Fadzayi Mahere, the spokeswoman of the main opposition MDC Alliance party. Dangarembga is the author of the bestselling novel, “Nervous Conditions,” and has recently published a sequel, “This Mournable Body,” which has received notable reviews and has been nominated for top awards. They were among scores of people who tried to hold low-key protests after military and police shut down the country’s major cities and towns and forced people to stay indoors Friday. Those who were arrested spent a night in detention. They are accused of “participating in a gathering with the intention to incite public violence or bigotry” and also with violating lockdown regulations that outlaw “unnecessary movements.” The activists...
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