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 Posted: Sun May 15th, 2016 10:30 pm
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This is some " Father of the Year " material.



from profootballtalk.nbcsports.com:





An arrest warrant has been issued for former Colts linebacker Clint Session, and he faces six months in jail for failing to pay nearly $382,000 in child support for his special needs daughter.

Session’s 4-year-old daughter has cerebral palsy and is blind, and a judge has ordered him to pay the mother $381,912.63 for child support and medical expenses.

Shortly after filing a paternity suit in 2012, Session gave his parents $5 million, telling the court it was a gift and he doesn’t have access to the funds. Lawyers for the mother disagree.

“It was just a way for him to say he has no money,” lawyer Sara Lawrence said, via Rafael Olmeda of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

The family court in Broward County ruled that he continued to take money from his parents “at will as though from an ATM machine or checking account.”

The former Colts linebacker still lives in an $800,000 house in Indiana, and owns a juice bar there which generates $2,000 to $3,000 a month. But a judge said it was “wholly not credible” that he was living off that amount.

In January 2015, he was ordered to pay $6,917.21 a month, along with $2,000 a month for support for previous years and medical expenses. Since then, the mother’s lawyer claims he hasn’t paid more than $1,000 a month.

A judge signed a warrant Monday for him to be jailed for 179 days, but his location is unknown, and his lawyer didn’t respond to requests for comment.

He signed a five-year, $30 million contract with the Jaguars in 2011, with a $6 million signing bonus and $11.5 million guaranteed. Session has been out of the league since a series of concussions with the Jaguars that year, and was released in 2012.



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Bartolo Colon has been taken to court by a woman who claims Colon failed to pay child support for his two secret love children - a 7-year-old daughter and an 8-year-old son, according to the New York Post's Julia Marsh.

The New York Mets' right-hander, who has earned more than $100 million in his career, has been married to his wife, Rosanna, for 21 years. She said she was aware of the whole situation.

The 42-year-old has spoken openly about his four sons with his wife - Bartolo Jr., Emilio, Wilder, and Randy - but he's never publicly acknowledged his fifth son or daughter.

The suit was filed a year ago demanding child support, and on Monday, Colon and Santos appeared in Manhattan court in a filing titled "Anonymous v. Anonymous."

"Mr. Colon obviously is a very talented baseball player and he earns a significant income, and we believe that his children should share in the lifestyle they would have enjoyed had their parents remained together," Santos' attorney Evan Schein said.

The "anonymous" front, which was granted by a judge, was blown by Colon after he briefly represented himself in the custody dispute. His name was listed as an attorney, but ultimately, he showed up.

Colon's wife was reached at their New Jersey home, but refused to comment on the matter.

"I can't talk about that," she told The Post. "This is personal and not something I want to talk about."

Colon is scheduled to pitch against the Washington Nationals on Wednesday, but is due back in court with Santos in June.

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Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib was released from a Dallas hospital Monday and is expected to make a full recovery after suffering a gunshot wound in his lower right leg Sunday. But he is not expected to participate much, if at all, in the remainder of the team’s organized team activities.

Details are murky on what happened early Sunday at a strip club in Dallas, where two others were injured from gunshots.

“Everything was a blur, and I was too intoxicated to remember what happened,” Talib told Dallas police, according to WFAA-TV’s Rebecca Lopez.

According to WFAA, Talib also told the police that he was at a park with a large group when he was shot at about 3:40 a.m.

Lopez reported officials are looking into the possibility that Talib was at a club and not a park, as he said, when he and the two others were shot.

Citing the police report, Lopez said a bullet entered through the rear of Talib’s right thigh and exited out his right calf.

Sunday night, Dallas police posted online the few details they had about two reported shootings. About 2:45 a.m., officers responded to a report of a shooting victim at Medical City Dallas Hospital. The victim told police he was shot nearby, and detectives were investigating whether the incident was connected to the shooting at the V Live strip club on Empire Central Drive.

The incident reports revealed the names of the two other men who were shot — Vernon White, 29, and Glen Lumpkin, 20 — and listed the suspect as unknown to all three men. Few other details were provided.

TMZ obtained footage of the shooting at the club. Four shots can be heard, but it’s unclear who fired them. It’s also unclear whether the events depicted in the edited video are presented in the correct order.

Talib’s injury did not require surgery, according to an NFL source, and coach Gary Kubiak and general manager John Elway have been in touch with him since the incident.

The Broncos traveled to the White House without Talib on Monday to be honored by President Barack Obama for winning Super Bowl 50. They begin their three-day mandatory minicamp Tuesday, and Talib is expected to be back with the team this week to be examined by its medical staff. He is not, however, expected to participate much, if at all, in the remainder of organized team activities, which are scheduled to end June 16.

Brian McCarthy, the NFL’s vice president of communications, said Sunday night the league had been in touch with the Broncos regarding the incident but had no further comment.

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Jean Machi was once a World Series-winning reliever for the San Francisco Giants, but things aren't going too well for the 34-year-old lately.

He was arrested for public intoxication and urinating in public in Des Moines, Iowa on Thursday morning, according to Tommy Birch of The Des Moines Register.

The right-hander was booked into Polk County Jail at 2:01 a.m.

He urinated on the bumper of a car and later challenged the owner of the vehicle to a fight, according to a police report.

Machi last appeared in the big leagues for the Boston Red Sox in 2015 and was recently released by the Chicago Cubs. He appeared in 20 games for their Triple-A affiliate in Iowa, posting a 3.68 ERA in 29 1/3 innings of work prior to his release.

Over the course of four big-league seasons, Machi owns a 3.47 ERA in 189 appearances.

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Tarvaris Jackson, a longtime NFL quarterback with the Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks who is currently a free agent, was arrested after he allegedly pulled a gun on his wife, according to Chris Hush of WESH in Orlando.
Hesh reported the news in a series of tweets, citing the police report that he also tweeted. Hesh said an intoxicated Jackson allegedly loaded a gun, pointed it at his wife and said "I'll kill you."

According to Hesh's tweets, Jackson's wife said, "You better be accurate (because) you ain't accurate on the field."

Jackson, who was in Kissimmee, Fla. visiting family, was grabbed by a witness to stop him from shooting, Hesh reported. The police report, which was cited by Hesh, said the victim grabbed a kitchen knife and a clothing iron for protection. The Osceola County County Corrections website said Jackson was booked Friday on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Jackson, who is 33, played in four games with the Seahawks last season. He spent five seasons before his time in Seattle with the Vikings. He has 39 touchdowns and 35 interceptions in 10 NFL seasons.

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from wcvb.com:





Boston Bruins legend Ray Bourque has been arrested on DWI charges, Andover police said.

Police said they responded to reports of a two-vehicle crash on Lowell Street around 11:30 p.m. Friday.

No injuries were reported, police said.

Bourque posted bail and police did not say when they expect him to appear in court.

No other information was immediately available.



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from nfl.com:





Jaguars linebacker Dan Skuta was arrested and charged with first-degree misdemeanor battery on June 19 in Orlando, according to public records provided by the Orange County (Fla.) courthouse.

"The Jaguars are aware of the situation involving linebacker Dan Skuta and are currently gathering more information," the team said in a statement. "The team has been in constant communication with Dan through this process in its entirety. No further comment can be made at this time."

Skuta, 30, came to Jacksonville as a free agent last spring after two seasons in San Francisco and four in Cincinnati. Skuta was presumably battling second-round pick Myles Jack for a spot at outside linebacker this season after logging 31 tackles over 13 games in 2015.

Around The NFL will have more on the incident as information becomes available.



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CanadianHorseman wrote: from wcvb.com:





Boston Bruins legend Ray Bourque has been arrested on DWI charges, Andover police said.

Police said they responded to reports of a two-vehicle crash on Lowell Street around 11:30 p.m. Friday.

No injuries were reported, police said.

Bourque posted bail and police did not say when they expect him to appear in court.

No other information was immediately available.





LAWRENCE, Mass. — Former Boston Bruins star Ray Bourque has pleaded not guilty to a drunken driving charge.
Bourque was charged Friday with operating under the influence of alcohol after his Mercedes-Benz rear-ended a minivan in an Andover construction zone. No one was hurt.
The 55-year-old Bourque entered his plea Monday in Lawrence District Court.
A police report filed in court said Bourque had a blood-alcohol level of 0.249, three times the legal limit. Authorities say he told police he had “a few drinks” at the Andover Country Club.
In a statement Sunday, Bourque said he accepted responsibility for his actions. He said, ``I am not happy about the situation I put myself into.''
Bourque was originally scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday, but his lawyer asked for it to be moved up.

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lobo316 wrote: A police report filed in court said Bourque had a blood-alcohol level of 0.249, three times the legal limit. Authorities say he told police he had “a few drinks” at the Andover Country Club.


Goddammit Ray - own up to your fucking mistake. :X



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CanadianHorseman wrote: lobo316 wrote: A police report filed in court said Bourque had a blood-alcohol level of 0.249, three times the legal limit. Authorities say he told police he had “a few drinks” at the Andover Country Club.


Goddammit Ray - own up to your fucking mistake. :X

Why didn't someone at the country club call a cab for him ? Three times over
the legal limit......at least no one was killed.

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Update on the Ray Bourque story.


from eagletribune.com:

Former Boston Bruins defenseman in Lawrence District Court today admitted to "sufficient facts" in the drunken driving case against him.

That means Bourque acknowledges there is enough evidence to convict him of operating under the influence if the case were to go to trial.

Judge Holly Broadbent continued the case without a finding for one year. Bourque must surrender his driver's license for 45 days.

Bourque's attorney Gerard Laflamme said the Bruins' star told him he had suffered a lapse of judgment and made a mistake.

Bourque was charged with OUI following an accident in Andover in late June.

Eagle-Tribune reporter Jill Harmacinski is following the developments at Lawrence District Court. Bourque is expected to make a statement shortly.



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Bourque got off pretty easy.


from bostonglobe.com:


Former Bruins defenseman Ray Bourque entered Lawrence District Court Wednesday.



Former Boston Bruins great Raymond Bourque acknowledged in court Wednesday that he was operating under the influence of alcohol when he rear-ended another vehicle in Andover late last month.

Bourque admitted in Lawrence District Court that prosecutors have sufficient evidence to convict him, a move that will resolve the case without a conviction if he successfully completes a year of probation.

He will lose his license for 45 days, which his attorney said comes in addition to a 180-day suspension he got for refusing a chemical test at the police station after the incident.

Defense attorney Gerard R. LaFlamme Jr. said in court that Bourque was eager to take responsibility.

LaFlamme said Bourque told him “I made a mistake. I had a lapse in judgment. I want to make sure that I am accountable for my actions, and I want to do this as quickly as possible.”

According to a police report in the case, a breath test administered in the field showed Bourque’s blood-alcohol level at three times the legal limit after his Mercedes struck a minivan carrying a group of teenagers in Andover.

Nobody was hurt in the crash, but the van suffered “heavy rear-end damage,” the report said.

Bourque had his most recent drink before the crash at a private residence near Andover Country Club, his attorney said in court Wednesday. Police had previously said in their report that Bourque told them he “had a few drinks at the Andover Country Club.”

Bourque agreed to perform field sobriety tests and swayed from side to side after he exited his vehicle, the report said.

He performed poorly on the tests and blew into a portable Breathalyzer, which showed a blood alcohol level of .249, according to Andover police. The legal limit in Massachusetts is .08.

Bourque left the courthouse without speaking to the media after his hearing, but his attorney said he would issue a statement shortly.

On June 26, Bourque issued a public statement saying he was displeased “about the situation I put myself into,” but happy no one was hurt in the collision.

Bourque played 21 seasons with the Boston Bruins in the 80s and 90s and is the team’s longest-serving captain. He holds several records in the National Hockey League, including most goals, assists and points by a defenseman.

He was in prior car accidents in 1991 in Boston, 1996 in Peabody, and 2013 in Danvers, according to a copy of his driving record provided by the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles.



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Draymond Green arrested in Michigan for assault.



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CanadianHorseman wrote: Bourque got off pretty easy.


from bostonglobe.com:


Former Bruins defenseman Ray Bourque entered Lawrence District Court Wednesday.



Former Boston Bruins great Raymond Bourque acknowledged in court Wednesday that he was operating under the influence of alcohol when he rear-ended another vehicle in Andover late last month.

Bourque admitted in Lawrence District Court that prosecutors have sufficient evidence to convict him, a move that will resolve the case without a conviction if he successfully completes a year of probation.

He will lose his license for 45 days, which his attorney said comes in addition to a 180-day suspension he got for refusing a chemical test at the police station after the incident.

Defense attorney Gerard R. LaFlamme Jr. said in court that Bourque was eager to take responsibility.

LaFlamme said Bourque told him “I made a mistake. I had a lapse in judgment. I want to make sure that I am accountable for my actions, and I want to do this as quickly as possible.”

According to a police report in the case, a breath test administered in the field showed Bourque’s blood-alcohol level at three times the legal limit after his Mercedes struck a minivan carrying a group of teenagers in Andover.

Nobody was hurt in the crash, but the van suffered “heavy rear-end damage,” the report said.

Bourque had his most recent drink before the crash at a private residence near Andover Country Club, his attorney said in court Wednesday. Police had previously said in their report that Bourque told them he “had a few drinks at the Andover Country Club.”

Bourque agreed to perform field sobriety tests and swayed from side to side after he exited his vehicle, the report said.

He performed poorly on the tests and blew into a portable Breathalyzer, which showed a blood alcohol level of .249, according to Andover police. The legal limit in Massachusetts is .08.

Bourque left the courthouse without speaking to the media after his hearing, but his attorney said he would issue a statement shortly.

On June 26, Bourque issued a public statement saying he was displeased “about the situation I put myself into,” but happy no one was hurt in the collision.

Bourque played 21 seasons with the Boston Bruins in the 80s and 90s and is the team’s longest-serving captain. He holds several records in the National Hockey League, including most goals, assists and points by a defenseman.

He was in prior car accidents in 1991 in Boston, 1996 in Peabody, and 2013 in Danvers, according to a copy of his driving record provided by the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles.

Bourque was seen visibly smiling as he left the courthouse, got in his car and drove away.:tongue:


I call bullshit that he doesn't get behind the wheel of a car in the next 225 days.  Whether he gets caught or not he's not going to have someone drive him around for the next 7+ months.



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which would be stupid as I would assume he could afford to have a driver for that long, unlike regular folk.

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