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 Posted: Wed Nov 30th, 2016 10:09 pm
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Darren Sharper, the ex-safety for the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints, was sentenced Tuesday by a Los Angeles Superior Court to 20 years in prison. Sharper's sentence was part of a plea agreement for drugging and raping women in four different states.

Judge Michael Pastor, who conducted the sentencing hearing, denounced Sharper's "horrible conduct'' and "disgraceful abuse of trust," according to the Associated Press. Two victims described the night they were attacked by Sharper during the hearing in California.

The first, identified as Jane Doe 2, stated, "I started vomiting, my head was pounding and I had trouble seeing clearly,'' and that the night Sharper raped her was "the worst night of my life.''

"The only good thing about this situation is that this disgusting low-life human will be sent to prison for many years and is likely he will never be able to do to this to another woman again,'' she later said. "I hope this scumbag will now feel as worthless as he has made me feel.''

The other victim, identified as Jane Doe 4, was with a friend when they were both drugged by Sharper in 2013. The friend was sexually assaulted but she was not. She stated, "It's one thing to be a victim, but to be the victim that got 'lucky' in some eyes is not easy to live with. When I think back to that night I wonder what he could have done to me. That's not lucky. It's haunting.''

Sharper, 41,will be eligible for parole in approximately eight years because he already served around two years while awaiting his sentencing and California law requires that he serve half his sentence before applying for parole.

However, Sharper was also sentenced to 18 years in Louisiana by a judge that rejected his plea deal as too lenient. Sharper has appealed that sentence and is still awaiting a ruling. If the sentence is upheld, he will likely have to serve more than just the next eight years before applying for parole.

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Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman Jung Ho Kang is in hot water yet again, after he was charged with leaving the scene of a DUI accident in Seoul, South Korea on Friday Dec. 2 (Korea Standard Time), reports Jeeho Yoo of Yonhap News.

Scene of the accident #Pirates #MLB pic.twitter.com/u1QoE95ixB

— Sung Min Kim (@sung_minkim) December 1, 2016

Kang, who was under investigation for an alleged sexual assault of a woman in a Chicago hotel room this past July, reportedly tried to flee the scene after causing an accident and was caught shortly thereafter, according to Sung Min Kim of VICE Sports.
The 29-year-old Kang appeared in 103 games for the Pirates last season, hitting .255/.354/.513 with 21 home runs and 62 RBIs.

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lobo316 wrote: Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman Jung Ho Kang is in hot water yet again, after he was charged with leaving the scene of a DUI accident in Seoul, South Korea on Friday Dec. 2 (Korea Standard Time), reports Jeeho Yoo of Yonhap News.

Scene of the accident #Pirates #MLB pic.twitter.com/u1QoE95ixB

— Sung Min Kim (@sung_minkim) December 1, 2016

Kang, who was under investigation for an alleged sexual assault of a woman in a Chicago hotel room this past July, reportedly tried to flee the scene after causing an accident and was caught shortly thereafter, according to Sung Min Kim of VICE Sports.
The 29-year-old Kang appeared in 103 games for the Pirates last season, hitting .255/.354/.513 with 21 home runs and 62 RBIs.





Dash cam video of Jung Ho Kang's DUI accident has been released, and it isn't pretty.
The Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman, driving a black BMW, was going well above the speed limit when he plowed through a guardrail while trying to make a right turn.
Kang was arrested for leaving the scene of a DUI and released shortly thereafter.






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lobo316 wrote: lobo316 wrote: Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman Jung Ho Kang is in hot water yet again, after he was charged with leaving the scene of a DUI accident in Seoul, South Korea on Friday Dec. 2 (Korea Standard Time), reports Jeeho Yoo of Yonhap News.

Scene of the accident #Pirates #MLB pic.twitter.com/u1QoE95ixB

— Sung Min Kim (@sung_minkim) December 1, 2016

Kang, who was under investigation for an alleged sexual assault of a woman in a Chicago hotel room this past July, reportedly tried to flee the scene after causing an accident and was caught shortly thereafter, according to Sung Min Kim of VICE Sports.
The 29-year-old Kang appeared in 103 games for the Pirates last season, hitting .255/.354/.513 with 21 home runs and 62 RBIs.





Dash cam video of Jung Ho Kang's DUI accident has been released, and it isn't pretty.
The Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman, driving a black BMW, was going well above the speed limit when he plowed through a guardrail while trying to make a right turn.
Kang was arrested for leaving the scene of a DUI and released shortly thereafter.










Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman Jung Ho Kang was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a DUI accident last Friday morning in Seoul, and a report has now surfaced claiming it wasn't the first time the 29-year-old has been involved in this type of incident.
According to police, this will be the third DUI arrest for Kang since 2009, which, under the three strikes law, could lead to the immediate removal of his license,Jeeho Yoo of Yonhap News reports.
Kang - whose blood alcohol level was 0.084 percent and above the legal limit of 0.05 percent during the accident - was also arrested in both August of 2009 and May of 2011 for DUIs, causing property damage in the latter incident, according to Yoo.
The Pirates third baseman, who also was under investigation for an alleged sexual assault of a woman in a Chicago hotel room this past July, claimed he wasn't driving the vehicle when he crashed it, but police discovered he was the driver after investigating the car's black box.


Should Kang have his license suspended, he won't be able to reacquire it for two years. He could potentially face additional abetting charges if he asked the passenger of the vehicle to take the wrap for him. The passenger of the vehicle, described only by surname as Yoo, allegedly said he acted out of goodwill for his friend.
After his release from jail, Kang issued an apology for the incident.
The Pirates signed Kang to a four-year, $11-million contract in January 2015, after posting a winning bid just north of $5 million to negotiate with him.

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Sacramento Kings forward Matt Barnes is wanted for questioning by the NYPD in regards to the alleged choking of a woman at a Manhattan nightclub early Monday, police sources told the New York Post's Larry Celona and David K. Li.

Witnesses claim Barnes choked a woman and also punched a man and a second woman who tried to step in, the report states. TMZ released a video Monday showing what appears to be Barnes and teammate DeMarcus Cousins discussing a confrontation on a darkened street.

A representative told TMZ that Barnes was attempting to defend himself from a group of people inside the bar.

Sacramento fell 106-98 to the Knicks at Madison Square Garden Sunday night. During the contest, fans chanted "Derek Fisher" at Barnes, referring to a beef between himself and the former Knicks coach. The Kings' flight was scheduled to depart New York at 1 p.m. ET Monday, according to the Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones.

Their next game is Wednesday in Dallas against the Mavericks.

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lobo316 wrote: Sacramento Kings forward Matt Barnes is wanted for questioning by the NYPD in regards to the alleged choking of a woman at a Manhattan nightclub early Monday, police sources told the New York Post's Larry Celona and David K. Li.

Witnesses claim Barnes choked a woman and also punched a man and a second woman who tried to step in, the report states. TMZ released a video Monday showing what appears to be Barnes and teammate DeMarcus Cousins discussing a confrontation on a darkened street.

A representative told TMZ that Barnes was attempting to defend himself from a group of people inside the bar.

Sacramento fell 106-98 to the Knicks at Madison Square Garden Sunday night. During the contest, fans chanted "Derek Fisher" at Barnes, referring to a beef between himself and the former Knicks coach. The Kings' flight was scheduled to depart New York at 1 p.m. ET Monday, according to the Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones.

Their next game is Wednesday in Dallas against the Mavericks.





Sacramento Kings forward Matt Barnes and All-Star center DeMarcus Cousinshave been sued for their involvement in an altercation at a New York nightclub on Monday morning, according to TMZ Sports.
The lawsuit is being filed by Jasmine Besiso and Myrone Powell, with Barnes having allegedly choked Besiso when the three and Cousins were in adjacent VIP booths at Avenue in New York City.
Powell apparently stepped in to intervene, but was met with a punch to his face by Cousins.
Afterward, Barnes allegedly let go of Besiso and knocked her unconscious with an elbow to her face. Powell was then met with a number of kicks and punches by Barnes and Cousins after being taken to the ground.
A representative for the alleged victims referred to the incident as both "vicious" and "unprovoked," with Cousins' blow to Powell being called a "blindside punch."
Barnes and Cousins left the area by the time police arrived at the scene.
Related: Barnes cooperating with NYPD over choking allegation, lawyer says
Barnes released a statement Monday afternoon on Instagram, telling his followers that they shouldn't believe everything that's being said, and that the media is merely painting a picture of him that isn't at all true.

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OSTON - A two-time Stanley Cup champion hockey player from Massachusetts has pleaded guilty to a federal drug charge.

The Boston Globe reports 51-year-old Kevin Stevens entered the plea Thursday in a Boston federal court to a charge of conspiring with another man to sell oxycodone.

Prosecutors say Stevens and another man were involved in a scheme to sell the painkiller from August 2015 through at least March 2016 in several cities. A plea agreement says Stevens was responsible for 175 pills containing 30 milligrams each of oxycodone.

His attorney says Stevens has battled an addiction to painkillers for many years.

The Pembroke, Mass., native played 15 seasons in the National Hockey League, winning consecutive Stanley Cups with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 1991 and 1992.

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The simple assault charge against New York Mets closer Jeurys Familia was dropped by a New Jersey judge Thursday, according to multiple reports, concluding the legal proceedings resulting from a domestic violence allegation.

The charge stemmed from an arrest on Halloween for causing "bodily injury to another" after police officers were called to an apartment in New Jersey during the early morning hours.

Familia's wife, Bianca Rivas, had called 911 dispatchers that night, saying that her husband had been drinking and was "going crazy." She later asked for the charge to be dropped.

While Familia won't face criminal charges, he still could be suspended by Major League Baseball. Commissioner Rob Manfred said in November that the league would wait until the court proceedings were finished before pursuing a possible suspension.

"I think that it is usually difficult for us to complete our investigation before the criminal process has run its course," Manfred said. "We have the luxury of not being on the field right now, and we're going to take advantage of that."

Aroldis Chapman (30 games), Jose Reyes (52 games), and Hector Olivera (82 games) were all suspended last season under the league's domestic violence policy. Chapman and Reyes were suspended despite not being charged, while Olivera was charged with one misdemeanor count of assault and battery.

Familia has played a significant role in the Mets' bullpen the last three seasons, posting a 2.20 ERA, 1.13 WHIP, and 243 strikeouts in 233 innings while converting 99 saves - including 51 in 2016.

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On Thursday, two-division boxing champion Terence Crawford received a 90-day jail sentence and two years' probation after being found guilty of disorderly conduct and damage to property at a body shop in Omaha, Neb., according to The Associated Press.

Judge Marcena Hendrix was quoted as telling Crawford that he carried himself as if he were above the law, "and you are not."

Crawford's attorney Matthew Kahler was indignant at the verdict.

"This is his first and only adult conviction of any significance, and for crimes of disorderly conduct and property damage it's an abnormally high sentence," Kahler said. "It's the most significant sentence I've seen from that judge for those charges."

The charges stemmed from an incident this past April in which Crawford allegedly used force to reclaim a vehicle that was being painted at the Extreme Custom Fleet & Auto Spa when he refused to pay shop owner Michael Nelson. Crawford was apparently displeased with the quality of the work and how long the job was taking, but he still owed Nelson $1,350 before the vehicle would be released.

Surveillance video shows that Crawford lowered his vehicle from a hydraulic lift before tying it to a rope with assistance from associates and removing it from the premises. Crawford's actions reportedly caused $3,000 worth of damage to the shop's equipment.

Crawford is coming off of a successful weekend in which he defeated John Molina Jr. by eighth-round TKO to retain his WBC and WBO light welterweight titles.

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The two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova was attacked by a man with a knife on Tuesday morning in her apartment in Prostejov, Czech Republic.
“In my attempt to defend myself, I was badly injured on my left hand,” Kvitova wrote in a statement posted to her Facebook page hours after the assault. “I am shaken, but fortunate to be alive. The injury is severe and I will need to see specialists, but if you know anything about me I am strong and I will fight this.”
Thank you for all your messages. As you may have already heard, today I was attacked in my apartment by an individual with a knife
— Petra Kvitova (@Petra_Kvitova) Dec. 20, 2016
Karel Tejkal, a spokesman for the Czech Fed Cup team, characterized the incident to the Czech press as “a random criminal act.” Prostejovsky Vecernik, a local newspaper, reported that the unidentified assailant entered Kvitova’s apartment under the guise of reading an electricity meter, and that Kvitova reportedly suffered slashed tendons in her fingers.
After suffering the defensive wounds, Kvitova was transported to a hospital in Brno, the country’s second-largest city, roughly 40 miles away.
Kvitova’s prognosis for recovery is not yet known, though the injuries are not considered life threatening. Any damage to her left hand could critically impact her play: Kvitova plays left-handed, with a two-handed backhand. She had been scheduled to begin her 2017 season at the Hopman Cup in Perth, Australia, but had pulled out earlier Tuesday morning with a previous stress fracture in her right foot. The Australian Open begins Jan. 16.
Kvitova, 26, reached her career-high ranking of No. 2 in 2011, the year of her first Wimbledon title; her second came in 2014. After falling out of the top-10 this year, Kvitova found success in the second half of the year, winning a bronze medal at the Rio Olympics as well as WTA titles in the Chinese cities of Wuhan and Zhuhai, as well as a fifth Fed Cup title with her Czech teammates in November. Last week, she won the WTA’s sportsmanship award for the fifth time in six years.
Elite women’s tennis players have been subjected to violent attacks before, often with career-altering impacts. In 1993, top-ranked Monica Seles was stabbed during a match in Hamburg, and did not return to the sport for more than two years. In 2007, sixth-ranked Anna Chakvetadze and her family were assaulted during a home invasion in Moscow. Chakvetadze, who had made the semifinals of the United States Open three months prior, was unable to replicate that success, and retired in 2013 at the age of 26.








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An employee of Elite Security, a company the Chargers use for security at Qualcomm Stadium, was caught on video performing an act that appeared to be masturbation Sunday during San Diego's loss to Oakland. Video shows him standing near the Chargers cheerleaders.



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When Michael Floyd was arrested in his vehicle on Dec. 12, he had a blood-alcohol level of .217, a number that could land him in jail.
Floyd was arrested and charged after the wide receiver fell asleep in the driver's seat of his vehicle while stopped at a traffic signal. The Scottsdale, Arizona, prosecutor told ESPN that Floyd has been charged with more serious offenses due to the results of his BAC test, which were revealed Wednesday.
Floyd, who was released by the Arizona Cardinals after his arrest and was claimed off waivers by the New England Patriots, was initially charged with obstructing a roadway, DUI impaired to the slightest degree, DUI blood alcohol content above .08 and failure to obey a police officer. Two additional charges, one for BAC of .15 or more and one for BAC of .20 or more, were added, giving him a total of six charges. All charges are Class 1 misdemeanors, which allow him to leave the state without restriction.
Arizona state law carries harsh penalties, including jail time, for having a blood alcohol level over .15 and even tougher penalties for a BAC over .20. If Floyd is convicted for a first offense of operating a motor vehicle with a BAC over .20, he faces a jail sentence of at least 45 days and will have to use an ignition interlock system, pay a $500 fine and contribute $1,000 to a prison construction fund and $1,000 to a public safety equipment fund. Penalties for a second offense within 84 months of a first conviction are even harsher.
The prosecutor told ESPN that a conviction on the pending charges in Arizona mandates jail time but that the amount of time is flexible. Floyd could serve a portion of his sentence in jail and then the remainder under home detention with home alcohol monitoring.
Floyd's first court appearance is scheduled on Feb. 24 for a pretrial hearing. He does not have to be present.
This is Floyd's second DUI arrest. While at Notre Dame, he had a BAC of .19 when he was arrested on campus in 2011.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Thursday that he had not been aware of Floyd's BAC until it was publicly released Wednesday.
Police have released video of the most recent incident, which shows that Floyd's eyes were closed, his head was back, and his mouth was open when an officer approached his Cadillac Escalade at approximately 2:48 a.m. on Dec. 12. After the officer knocked on the window with his flashlight in an attempt to awaken Floyd, the officer pounded on the window with his fist and Floyd awoke with surprise.
Floyd was ordered to put the car in park and turn off the vehicle, but he did not immediately follow those instructions. Floyd then rolled down his window, with the officer ultimately reaching into the car to unlock the door to remove Floyd from the vehicle.
Belichick on Wednesday said the team was aware of the video of the incident. Floyd practiced with the team Wednesday.


"Yeah, we were aware of his situation when we claimed him," Belichick said. "He's in an ongoing legal situation I'm not going to comment on."
Belichick was asked if the team has a system in place to support players in those types of situations.
"We have a lot of things on our team to handle a multitude of things that players, coaches, anybody in our organization, really, that come up," Belichick said. "There are a lot of things outside of football that we all deal with. It's a long, long list, and we provide a lot of resources for everybody on that."








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Bengals Cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones is up to his old tricks

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katook wrote: Bengals Cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones is up to his old tricks

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CINCINNATI (AP) - Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was jailed early Tuesday, and faced assault, disorderly conduct and other charges including that he spit on a nurse after being arrested in Cincinnati's downtown entertainment district.
Court records show Jones, who has a history of trouble with the law during his NFL career, is accused of pushing and poking someone in the eye, then struggling with officers by head-butting, kicking and refusing to get into the police car. He then allegedly spit on a nurse's hand while being booked into the Hamilton County jail just after midnight.
He was due for a first court appearance Tuesday on misdemeanor charges of assault, disorderly conduct and obstructing official business, and a felony count of harassment with a bodily substance. No attorney was listed for him in court records.
Bengals spokesman Jack Brennan said the club is aware of the incident, but by policy, doesn't comment on unresolved legal matters.
Jones, who played for the Bengals in Sunday's season-ending home victory over Baltimore, has repeatedly had legal issues since making his NFL debut with Tennessee after going to college at West Virginia University.
The Atlanta native was acquitted in 2013 on an assault charge in Hamilton County after a woman accused him of punching her in a nightclub. Earlier that year, he paid a fine for disorderly conduct after police accused him of making offensive comments at a traffic stop. He also pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in January 2012 after an arrest at a Cincinnati bar.
Earlier, Jones pleaded an equivalent of no contest to misdemeanor conspiracy to commit disorderly conduct in a 2007 Las Vegas strip club melee.
The Titans made Jones the sixth overall pick in the 2005 draft, and he started 28 games in his first two seasons. But arrests and suspensions nearly scuttled his career before the Bengals signed him in 2010 and he became a regular starting defensive back and punt returner.

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - A former NBA player has been arrested after being accused of breaking into two Florida homes and fondling a woman.

News outlets report 34-year-old Orien Greene was taken into custody Monday on battery and burglary charges.

Police say Greene entered the first Pembroke Pines home through an unlocked door and went into a bedroom where a woman was sleeping.

A police report says Greene left and walked to a second home, which he entered through a garage. There, police say Greene rubbed and kissed a sleeping woman. The woman woke up and yelled at Greene, who fled to his girlfriend's house.

Greene, who attended the University of Florida before transferring, had stints with four NBA teams including the Celtics. He also played overseas.

It's unclear if Greene has an attorney.

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