3 arrested after search warrant served

first_imgJoseph MacVey, age 26, Sunman, Indiana1 count Dealing in Methamphetamine Level 2 Felony1 count Possession of Methamphetamine Level 4 Felony1 count Possession of a Narcotic Level 6 Felony2 counts Possession of a Syringe Level 6 Felony1 count Dealing in Marijuana A Misd1 count Possession of Marijuana B Misd1 count Visiting a Common Nuisance B Misd1 count Possession of Paraphernalia C Misd MILAN, Ind. –Early Tuesday morning, the Indiana State Police served a warrant in Milan, which resulted in drugs, paraphernalia, money, and weapons being seized, and three occupants of the residence being arrested on numerous charges, according to police.The Indiana State Police along with the Ripley County Sheriff’s Department responded to 106 Josephine Street, in Milan, to conduct a welfare check on a male that was possibly staying there.While at the home, police discovered enough information to apply for and receive a search warrant for the residence.Upon executing the search warrant, officers located suspected crystal methamphetamine, heroin, marijuana, syringes, and other drug paraphernalia.Officers also located a large amount of US currency as well as a firearm with an unreadable serial number.The three occupants were arrested and transported to the Ripley County Jail.There were also six children located inside the residence.Department of Child Services took custody of all of the children.The three were arrested on the following charges:Nathan Strickling, age 42, East Enterprise, Indiana1 count Dealing in Methamphetamine Level 2 Felony1 count Possession of Methamphetamine Level 4 Felony1 count Serious Violent Felon in Possession of Firearm Level 5 Felony1 count Possession of a Firearm without identifying marks Level 5 Felony1 count Identity Deception Level 6 Felony1 count Maintaining a Common Nuisance Level 6 Felony2 counts Possession of a Syringe Level 6 Felony1 count Dealing in Marijuana A Misd1 count Possession of Marijuana B Misd1 count Possession of Paraphernalia C Misd Tonya Stanley, age 29, Milan, Indiana1 count Dealing in Methamphetamine Level 2 Felony1 count Possession of Methamphetamine Level 4 Felony1 count Possession of a Narcotic Level 6 Felony2 counts Possession of a Syringe Level 6 Felony6 counts Neglect of Dependent Level 6 Felony1 count Maintaining a Common Nuisance Level 6 Felony1 count Dealing in Marijuana A Misd1 count Possession of Controlled Substance A Misd1 count Possession of Marijuana B Misd1 count Possession of Paraphernalia C Misdlast_img read more


Lakers’ D’Angelo Russell already has Kobe Bryant’s trust

first_imgHONOLULU >> The restlessness overwhelmed D’Angelo Russell, prompting the Lakers rookie point guard to toss and turn before waking up at an ungodly hour before the first day of training camp. Russell could not wait for his workout, so he could break a sweat, build a rhythm and impress an influential and demanding teammate. But Kobe Bryant already beat him to the punch. The Lakers’ star already completed his own before anyone else. “He’s going to push you. So you have to be one of those guys that will compete,” Russell said. “To build a trust with a guy like that, you need to be a winner.” Russell also acknowledged feeling starstruck when he completed a three-man weave drill during his first training camp practice with Bryant. “You try to keep it off your mind that this guy is right beside you,” Russell said of Bryant. “That’s something you have to get past. If you want to be the best, we have to look at him as a mentor and not look at him as a fan.”Russell acknowledged that dynamic could “definitely” make him feel more tentative playing with Bryant, knowing both his star power and thirst to score. “He told me he likes to shoot the ball so if I get it to him, it’s his job to finish it,” Russell said in obvious understatement. “Just knowing where he likes the ball and where he likes to score from, being the point guard, you’ll get a bigger challenge off the bat.” But the Lakers argue Russell will handle that challenge just fine. One, Scott, Bryant and Julius Randle have praised Russell’s on-court poise. So much that Scott likened it to Clippers guard Chris Paul, the eight-time NBA All-Star whom Scott coached in New Orleans from 2004 to 2009. Russell maintained the same stoic demeanor during portions of Wednesday’s full-court scrimmage when he made pinpoint passes as he did when Lakers forward Nick Young talked trash after scoring on him. “Nick always talks,” Scott said. “D’Angelo is a very low-key guy. You don’t see him get too hyped up about things. He’s pretty much on an even keel.”Two, Scott has instructed Russell, Bryant, Randle and Jordan Clarkson to maximize fast-break opportunities by assuming ball-handling duties after rebounding the ball. In a few minutes of Wednesday’s half-four scrimmage that was open to reporters, Bryant played at small forward and neither touched nor shot the ball once. “I don’t think it matters man. You play the flow of the game and see what comes,” Bryant said. “I don’t have to handle the ball at all. That leaves more time to catch and shoot. With D’Angelo and Jordan, these guys can handle the ball, make incredible decisions and make plays. It makes it a lot easier.”Third, Bryant circled back on Russell’s quest for self-improvement. Russell asked for the Lakers to place his locker next to Bryant so he could easily ask him questions. Russell has already asked Bryant for tips to maximize his NBA longevity. And Russell has emulated Bryant’s approach on arriving to the gym early.Does that make Bryant feel more inclined to want to help Russell?“Absolutely,” Bryant said. “When guys have that same passion and desire for it, it makes you more willing to open up. When they’re here early and shooting late, you can tell when that passion is there and you can tell when they think it’s a job.”That explains why Bryant has saddled up to Russell after each practice. They talk. They laugh. They embrace. The makings of a potentially fruitful partnership has just started. The Lakers completed two days of training camp at Stan Sheriff Center, too small of a sample size to offer any conclusions on whether Russell will fit that description for the 2015-16 NBA season. Yet, the Lakers feel convinced their No. 2 pick is a winner after falling in love with his confidence and playmaking. Bryant also already likes what he sees. “He has my trust already because he’s a gym rat,” Bryant said. “He loves playing the game. I trust that whatever challenges are presented to him, he’ll figure them out.”There could be plenty. After averaging only 11.8 points on 37.7 percent, 3.5 turnovers and 3.5 assists in summer league play, Russell has to prove he can translate his outside shooting and playmaking to the NBA. He has admitted a learning curve in Byron Scott’s Princeton-based offense. center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more


Riticia Nabbosa stars as Lady Doves storm Elite League playoffs, to face UCU

first_imgNabbosa (27) is congratulated by her teammates after scoring the all-important goal in the victory over Kampala Queens on Thursday. (PHOTOS/FUFA)FUFA Women Elite League PlayoffsThursday, 31-05-2019StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo-UCU Lady Cardinals 4-2 Kawempe Moslem-Kampala Queens 0-1 Lady DovesLUGOGO – Riticia Nabbosa produced a breathtaking performing as Lady Doves stormed yet another final in Ugandan Women football.The Masindi based side who clinched a showpiece spot in the FUFA Women’s Cup on Sunday, defeated Kampala Queens 1-0 on Thursday afternoon to reach the FUFA Women’s Elite League playoffs final.Nabbosa was at the heart of everything for Lady Doves, putting up a strong overall performance en route to scoring the all-important goal in a fiercely contested affair at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo.After she was fouled on the 25th minute, Nabossa picked herself up and was at the end of the resultant free kick, closely controlling the lofted ball and slotting it into the back of the net to hand her side a lead that they never relinquished in the end, to reach the final.In the other semifinal of the day, UCU Lady Cardinals powered past Kawempe Moslem 4-2 in an entertaining six goal thriller.UCU players head for celebrations after scoring one of their four goals against Kawempe.Captain Maureen Kinavudori handed UCU a quick lead inside the opening minute, slotting in past Kawempe custodian Juliet Adeke after the Kenyan import was played in through on goal by Hassifah Nassuna.Nine minutes later, Cissy Nakate added a second to make it 2-0 to the Mukono based side before Jackline Nakasi saw her shot deflect off Kawempe defender Rehema Adubango to increase UCU’s advantage to 3-0.On 37 minutes, Anita Namata reduced the deficit to two with a fine finish but in the process, just set the tone for UCU’s fourth.Nassuna, curled a free kick into the top-left corner and ensured the Mukono based side took a 4-1 lead into half time.At the beginning of the second half, the defending Champions-Kawempe called for a double change with Nazizi Florence and Nanziri Rhoda paving way for Naddunga Sharon and Nakacwa Samalie. Naddunga managed to score the second goal for Kawempe in the 84th minute, one which in the end turned out to be a mere consolation.Thursday’s development confirms that the FWEL will have a new champion on Sunday 2nd June at the StarTimes Stadium.Kawempe Muslim who has won the title for four successive seasons will will face Kampala Queens in the third-place playoff match on Sunday.The final will pit Lady Doves against UCU Lady Cardinals as the Masindi based side who are also in the Women’s Cup final, bid to seal a first ever double.Comments Tags: Fufa women elite leagueKampala QueensKawempe MoslemLady DovesRiticia NabbosatopUCU Lady Cardinalslast_img read more