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 Posted: Thu Feb 25th, 2016 02:36 am
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lobo316 wrote: WASHINGTON - Mike Richards' lawyer says the Washington Capitals center will not appear in Manitoba Court on Thursday, as his trial on the charge of possession of a controlled substance has been adjourned to Feb. 25.

Toronto-based lawyer David M. Humphrey said in an email to The Associated Press that government officials asked to push back Richards' court date because it is awaiting the results of an investigation that was requested by the defense.

Richards was arrested when Canada Border Services Agency at the North Dakota-Canadian border caught him with a controlled substance crossing into Emerson, Manitoba, on June 17. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police charged Richards in August.

The 30-year-old from Kenora, Ontario, signed a $1 million, one-year deal with the Capitals in early January to resume his NHL career.



Drug charges against Washington Capitals forward Mike Richards were stayed by a Manitoba judge Wednesday, according to multiple reports.
The ruling means the prosecution won't move forward with the case, though the charges can be brought back within one year, the CBC reports.
Richards was arrested in June and charged with possession of a controlled substance after Canadian border authorities found him in possession of oxycodone. The arrest led the Los Angeles Kings to terminate his contract, though he reached a settlement with the team after filing an NHLPA grievance.
The 31-year-old has one goal in 15 games since signing with the Capitals on Jan. 6.

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Again ???? Even as a Cowboy fan I can't feel sorry for this goof any more.


from profootballtalk.nbcsports.com:





Former Cowboys running back Joseph Randle was arrested for the fifth time in 18 months in February and it didn’t take him long to add another entry to his record.

According to multiple reports, Randle was arrested early Sunday morning in Kansas for failure to appear in court. Sedgwick County jail records show that he was booked after 1 a.m. and is being held on $150,000 bail.

Randle was released on bond last week after being charged with aggravated battery, criminal damage to property and possession of marijuana. A Sedgwick County deputy told KAKE in Wichita that he did not know if the missed court date leading to Sunday’s arrest was related to that case.

It’s been a long line of legal problems for Randle, which have led to a suspension from the league and contributed to his release from the Cowboys last year. It’s almost impossible to imagine any team giving him a look this or any year unless he gets a handle on the issues that keep landing him behind bars.



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Los Angeles Rams running back Tre Mason was subdued with a Taser and arrested Saturday night in Hollywood, Florida, according to a Broward County Clerk of Courts police report.

The Hollywood Police Department arrested Mason on suspicion of possession of marijuana, reckless driving, failure to register a motor vehicle and resisting arrest.

"We are very disappointed to learn of an incident involving Tre Mason in the Miami, Fla. area Saturday afternoon," the Rams said in a statement on Sunday. "We are in the process of obtaining more information about the facts surrounding this incident and will have no further comment at this time."



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Hey Pizza Man - that's my parking spot.


from cbssports.com:


D'Qwell Jackson could be facing some jail time.


Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson could be facing jail time after being convicted of simple assault in a Washington, D.C., courtroom on Monday.

The court case stemmed from a February 2015 incident where Jackson was accused of punching a pizza delivery driver in the face.

According to a police report from the incident, Jackson punched the pizza delivery driver because the man parked in Jackson's spot inside of a gated community. The Colts linebacker lives in a complex that has assigned parking spaces and Jose Bonilla-Fuentes had briefly parked in the spot so he could deliver a pizza.

Although Jackson could face up to 180 days in jail because of the conviction, his lawyer thinks it will be much less.

"D'Qwell Jackson is one of the finest men I have had the pleasure to know. We are extremely disappointed in the verdict, but keep in mind it is a misdemeanor matter for a man with an impeccable past record," Jackson's attorney, David Schertler told the Indianapolis Star.

The 32-year-old linebacker is scheduled to be sentenced on April 6. Bonille-Fuentes has also filed a civil lawsuit against Jackson, which is set to go to court in April.

On top of the sentencing and the lawsuit, Jackson could also be punished under the NFL's personal conduct policy. The Colts also could take action against their star linebacker.

"We're disappointed to read reports of D'Qwell Jackson's misdemeanor verdict in Washington, D.C.," the Colts said in a statement. "We've not had an opportunity to review any of the evidence or testimony from the trial and have not made any determination as to any action we might take as a result."

Jackson has been with the Colts since the beginning of the 2014 season and has led the team in tackles in each of the past two years.

Besides being the Colts' leading tackler, Jackson is also known for the role he played in Deflategate. The linebacker picked off Tom Brady during the AFC Championship Game in January 2015 and gave the football to the Colts equipment staff. The ball was apparently under-inflated, which led to the never-ending story known as Deflategate.



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A Chicago Blackhawks prospect has been charged with one felony count of “non-consensual dissemination of private sexual images,” TMZ reported Tuesdaymorning.
Or, in layman's terms, revenge porn.
Rockford Icehogs winger Garret Ross stands accused after prosecutors allege the 23-year-old shared a photo of a woman engaged in a sexual act.
The report added that officials believe Ross should have known “the image was to remain private.”
If convicted, Ross could face prison time. He was scratched from the Icehogs lineup last weekend due to the case, The Third Man reported.
Through 59 AHL games in 2015-16, Ross has seven goals and 20 points.
He's due back in court next week, according to the report.
 








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Jon "Bones" Jones was arrested again yesterday, this time it was for a probation violation based on a very questionable traffic stop in Albuquerque a couple days ago.



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lobo316 wrote: A Chicago Blackhawks prospect has been charged with one felony count of “non-consensual dissemination of private sexual images,” TMZ reported Tuesdaymorning.
Or, in layman's terms, revenge porn.
Rockford Icehogs winger Garret Ross stands accused after prosecutors allege the 23-year-old shared a photo of a woman engaged in a sexual act.
The report added that officials believe Ross should have known “the image was to remain private.”
If convicted, Ross could face prison time. He was scratched from the Icehogs lineup last weekend due to the case, The Third Man reported.
Through 59 AHL games in 2015-16, Ross has seven goals and 20 points.
He's due back in court next week, according to the report.
 
















The woman who charged Chicago Blackhawks minor leaguer Garret Rossfor participating in "revenge porn" was deeply disturbed by the case's dismissal and the team's decision to quickly reinstate him.
"I was infuriated when I read about (the Blackhawks') decision. I was sitting at my desk at work literally shaking I was so mad," Ross' accuser told Stacy St. Clair of The Chicago Tribune.
"I saw it coming, but it still was devastating, especially since it was made known that the charges were dropped due to jurisdiction issues, not due to lack of evidence."
Ross was charged in Illinois with one felony count of non-consensual dissemination of a private sexual image - also known as "revenge porn" - but the prosecution ended Tuesday afternoon because it was discovered Ross was in Michigan when he allegedly distributed the video in question.
The Blackhawks' farmhand was suspended by the club pending the result of the legal process, and he was reinstated Tuesday evening, paving the way for his return to the AHL's Rockford IceHogs.
"What bothered me the most was that it took the Blackhawks 40 days after Ross was booked and charged to suspend him, but less than 10 hours to reinstate him," the accuser said.
"That right there shows how the organization feels about issues like this. … The Blackhawks organization turned a blind eye, when they easily could have set an example within their organization that they do not tolerate this kind of behavior."
A Blackhawks spokesman and Ross' attorney both declined to comment when reached by The Tribune.

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Former Montreal Alouettes quarterback Troy Smith, who won the 2006 Heisman Trophy with Ohio State, has pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence and marijuana possession.

The 31-year-old Smith appeared in court Wednesday morning in Columbus, Ohio. He was stopped early Sunday in the Columbus suburb of Westerville when an officer noticed his SUV didn't have a front licence plate and was seen swerving. Smith failed a field sobriety test and later his blood alcohol content measured 0.143. Ohio's legal limit is 0.08.

Smith faces charges of operating a vehicle under the influence, possession of marijuana and improper display of a licence plate. The case was continued until April 20.

His attorney didn't immediately return a call seeking comment. Smith previously apologized in videos posted on Instagram.

Smoth spent the 2013 and 2014 CFL seasons with the Alouettes, starting the first six games of 2014 before suffering an injury. He was unconditionally released by the Alouettes on Oct. 16, 2014.

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Atlanta Braves outfielder Hector Olivera was reportedly arrested early Wednesday morning following a domestic dispute with a woman at a Virginia hotel, police sources told ABC's Jeff Goldberg.

Sources said the female victim called 911 from the Ritz Carlton hotel in Arlington at 6:51 a.m., saying she had been assaulted. She was later taken to Virginia Hospital Center with bruises, while Olivera was taken into custody.

Olivera, in town for a four-game series with the Washington Nationals, is being processed by the Arlington Police Department and has not yet been formally charged, Goldberg reports. Under Major League Baseball's new policy on domestic violence, the 31-year-old can face punishment in the absence of formal charges and/or prosecution.

The Braves are expected to release a statement shortly.

Last month, New York Yankees reliever Aroldis Chapman received a 30-game suspension for a domestic dispute from back in October, while Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes remains on paid leave as he awaits a decision from the commissioner's office regarding potential discipline for allegedly assaulting his wife Oct. 31 (criminal charges were dismissed earlier this week).

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We knew it was coming and now it's official -- Johnny Manziel has been indicted on 1 count of misdemeanor assault for allegedly attacking his ex-girlfriend back in January.
According to court docs, the grand jury believes there's enough evidence to prove Manziel struck his ex-girlfriend, Colleen Crowley, with his hand ... and then "forced [her] into a vehicle and against a vehicle dashboard."
As we previously reported, Crowley claimed the QB hit her several times during an argument in their car while leaving a Dallas bar. Crowley claimed Manziel ruptured her eardrum.
Officials kicked the case over to a grand jury to determine if charges should be brought against Manziel -- and moments ago, they officially handed down the charge.
If convicted, Manziel faces up to one year in jail.
For his part, Manziel has denied hitting Crowley.


Read more: http://www.tmz.com/2016/04/26/johnny-manziel-officially-indicted-in-domestic-violence-case/#ixzz46ww7VHoK

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lobo316 wrote: We knew it was coming and now it's official -- Johnny Manziel has been indicted on 1 count of misdemeanor assault for allegedly attacking his ex-girlfriend back in January.

Let the " Manziel hits his GF a lot more frequent then he ever hit any Cleveland Wide Receiver " jokes begin. :tongue:



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This is some fucked up shit. 


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Former NFL defensive lineman Dana Stubblefield faces rape charges in California.

According to Jason Green of Bay Area News Group, the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office formally accused Stubblefield, 45, of raping a “developmentally delayed” female.

“This was a crime of violence against a vulnerable victim,” Deputy District Attorney Tim McInerny said in a statement. “She was looking for a job and she was unconscionably assaulted.”

Stubblefield allegedly contacted the woman through an online service under the guise of looking for a nanny. He allegedly interviewed her on April 9, 2015, she left, and she soon received a text message from Stubblefield indicating he wanted to pay her for her time.

At that point, she allegedly returned to the house, where Stubblefield allegedly picked her up, carried her to a room, and raped her. He then allegedly gave her $80 and let her leave.

The alleged victim went directly to a police station and said she’d been raped by a man named Dana. Stubblefield’s DNA allegedly matched DNA obtained from the victim.

Stubblefield is accused of five felony counts and faces, according to prosecutors, a substantial prison sentence if convicted.

He spent 11 years in the NFL, playing for the 49ers from 1993 through 1997, Washington from 1998 through 2000, the 49ers again in 2001 and 2002, and the Raiders in 2003. A three-time Pro Bowler, Stubblefield was the 1993 NFL defensive rookie of the year and the 1997 NFL defensive player of the year.



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Stubblefield denies he raped her, that the sex was consensual. He also
claims the woman is not mentally challenged.
I hope all the facts come out.









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lobo316 wrote: Stubblefield denies he raped her, that the sex was consensual. He also
claims the woman is not mentally challenged.
I hope all the facts come out.







He's  got  over 20 text on his phone  being asked for money. 




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from tsn.ca:





A two-time Stanley Cup champion hockey player from Massachusetts has been charged in federal court with conspiring to sell oxycodone in the state.

The Boston Globe reports 51-year-old Kevin Stevens and a co-defendant from Medford were charged Thursday with conspiracy and possession with intent to distribute oxycodone last fall.
Stevens played 15 seasons in the National Hockey League, winning two consecutive Stanley Cups with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 1991 and 1992. He was born in Brockton and raised in Pembroke.

The former left wing has battled substance abuse in the past and entered the NHL's Substance Abuse Program before retiring in 2002.

Attorney John Commisso says Stevens is still plagued by "injuries, pain and other challenges." A detention hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday.



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