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Dedication Ceremonies Set for Fallen Officers

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first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Geoffrey Breitkopf, the NCPD officer killed by friendly fire in March 2011, will have a plaque dedicated in his honor in Massapequa Park.The Nassau County Police Benevolent Association will honor fallen Police Officer Geoffrey Breitkopf Saturday during a dedication ceremony in Massapequa Park.The police union will unveil a bronze plaque in Breitkopf’s honor at a small park off of Park Boulevard and Front Street. Breitkopf’s family and members of the Nassau County Police Department will also be in attendance. The ceremony, which starts at 10 a.m., will also include a Color Guard and Pipe Band.Breitkopf, who was a member of the elite Bureau of Special Operations (BSO), was accidentally shot and killed by an MTA police officer in March 2011 while responding to a Massapequa Park home where a 21-year-old man armed with a pair of knives was gunned down by police after he had lunged at them.Breitkopf died shortly after at Nassau University Medical Center.Nearly a year later, the Nassau County District Attorney’s office announced it would not charge the MTA police officer involved in the friendly fire shooting.Members of Boy Scout Troops 660 and 776 built the plaque that will be dedicated to Breitkopf.Also this month, local officials will rename a bridge on Route 109 in West Babylon after NYPD officer Peter Figoski, a 22-year veteran of the force, who was fatally shot while responding to a botched home invasion in Brooklyn in December 2011.The shooter, Lamont Pride, was sentenced in February to 45 years to life in prison.The Figoski ceremony is scheduled for Nov. 30 at 10:30 a.m at the overpass on Route 109 and Sunrise Highway.last_img read more

Area Basketball Scores (1-15)

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first_imgArea Basketball Scores.Friday  (1-15)Girls Scores.East Central  62     Batesville  26Jac-Cen-Del  65     SW Shelby  32Franklin County  36     Connersville  26Boys Scores.Oldenburg  54     Central Christian  40Milan  64     Rising Sun  52Morristown  72     South Decatur  65Lawrenceburg  56     Hauser  36Waldron  46     Eastern Hancock  43Trinity Lutheran 83   Shawe Memorial 64Switzerland County  44     SW Hanover  42Mt. Vernon  77     Rushville  52last_img read more

Neymar Risks Prison over Barca Move

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first_imgThe Brazilian international forward is now with Paris Saint-Germain in France’s Ligue 1.The case, which follows a complaint by DIS, a Brazilian group which part-owned the rights to Neymar, surrounds allegations of “corruption” and “fraud” in the player’s move to Barcelona.Neymar moved to the Spanish La Liga giants in May 2013 for a reported fee of 57.1m euros. Although no financial details of the deal were revealed by either Barcelona or his Brazilian club FC Santos, Neymar’s parents were said to have received 40m euros and FC Santos 17.1m.In January 2014, prosecutors in Madrid began investigating the transfer because documents requested by the authorities contained contradictory information.Rosell resigned from his post as president a week later and Barcelona subsequently revealed they had actually paid 86.2m euros for the Brazilian star.DIS, who received 6m euros of the 17.1m given to FC Santos, alleges that Barcelona and the Brazilian club colluded to mask the true cost of the deal.Bartomeu, Rosell, Barcelona, FC Santos and its former president, Odilio Rodrigues Filho, are now expected to answer charges of fraud, according to the decree.Because the prison term involved exceeds five years, three judges are set to preside over Neymar’s trial which is expected to be heard at the Audiencia Nacional, a high court with jurisdiction over Spanish territory as well as over international crimes which come under the jurisdiction of Spanish courts.Whether Neymar faces a prison term remains to be seen, however.In May 2017 the Spanish authorities said Neymar should stand trial but no date has yet been set.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram A Spanish magistrate leading an investigation into alleged irregularities in Neymar’s move to Barcelona in 2013 said wednesday the Brazilian superstar could face up to six years in prison.“The term imposed, in principle, could be between four and six years,” said a decree issued by judge Jose Maria Vazquez Honrubia, a copy of which was seen by AFP.Neymar, his parents, Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu and his predecessor Sandro Rosell are all awaiting trial over alleged corruption concerning Neymar’s move to the Spanish La Liga giants in 2013. Neymar last_img read more

Louisville comes back to top Syracuse, 3-2, in regular season finale

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first_imgSyracuse (20-13, 12-8 Atlantic Coast) was defeated by Louisville (24-6, 18-2), 3-2, to close out the regular season Friday at the Women’s Building. SU had a chance to play spoiler, but the Cardinals clinched the conference title, coming from two sets down to rescue the win. This was the second-consecutive five-set match for SU and the fourth of the season.Offensively, Syracuse was led by its two middle blockers, Santita Ebangwese and Amber Witherspoon. Playing without leading attacker Anastasiya Gorelina, the Orange looked inside for offense. Witherspoon tallied 12 kills, while Ebangwese added 10.Even though the Orange came up short, the SU frontline stifled the Cardinals’ attack for much of the afternoon. Witherspoon registered nine blocks, with Ebangwese and Christina Oyawale adding five each.The Orange used a quick 5-0 run to take an 11-7 lead early in the match. The two teams continued to exchange points until the Orange found itself leading, 22-21, late in the first set. Louisville won three-straight points to take a 24-22 lead, but Syracuse saved both set points. In the extended first set, a Witherspoon kill and Louisville attack error gave the Orange the opening set, 27-25. Witherspoon registered four blocks in the opening set, and her presence above the net contributed to Louisville’s nine attack errors.Neither team held more than a two-point lead in the opening half of the second set until a 4-1 Orange run gave it a 19-16 lead. Despite six service errors in the second set, SU held off Louisville thanks to its effective blocking. The Cardinals cut the lead to 21-20, winning four of five points, before Ebangwese registered a critical kill and block alongside Jalissa Trotter to give SU a three-point lead. The Orange wasted two set points, but won the set, 25-23, on a left-handed Trotter kill.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textComing out of the break, Louisville used a 5-1 run to open up an 11-6 lead over the Orange. Louisville maintained the five-point lead for the majority of the thrid set, as the Cardinals improved their efficiency and cut down on attack errors. Trailing 22-17, the Orange won three consecutive points to get within two, but Louisville won three of the final four to take the set, 25-21, on a Melanie McHenry kill.The Cardinals used the momentum from the third set to continue the comeback into the fourth. Louisville scored eight of the opening 10 points of the set, with four kills by Tess Clark. SU rallied to cut the Cardinals lead to 10-8, but Louisville pulled further ahead, ending the set on an 8-3 run to win, 25-15, and level the match, 2-2.Syracuse regained its footing in the final set, going toe-to-toe with the ACC champions. Neither side led by more than two for the opening 18 points of the final set, as the teams found themselves level at nine. With Syracuse up 10-9, the Orange appeared to have taken a two-point lead on a Louisville attack error. However, the Cardinals challenged, the call was overturned, and the match was again level. Louisville went on to win the next four points, taking a 14-10 lead and never looking back. The Cardinals completed the comeback, winning the set, 15-12.Syracuse finishes the regular season 20-13, including an 8-2 home conference record. The Orange now awaits its postseason fate. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 24, 2017 at 4:00 pm Contact Anthony: [email protected]last_img read more