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Football recruit D'Antne Demery was arrested Saturday on two misdemeanor charges after allegedly being involved in a physical altercation with a woman and subsequently released from his letter of intent by Georgia. Anthony Dasher of Rivals reported Demery was charged with criminal trespass and simple battery. Officers were called to a Waffle House "after it was reported that a black male was strangling a female," per Dasher. The woman later contacted police to press charges against Demery. She alleged Demery also "threw her, causing her glasses to fall off, causing her phone to fall out of her hand, causing it to hit the ground, which resulted in a crack to the screen," according to police. Georgia later released him from his commitment in a statement, via Seth Emerson of DawgNation.com. A 4-star recruit out of Brunswick, Georgia, Demery was in Athens on Saturday for the Bulldogs' spring game.
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Israeli prosecutors plan on handing down a severe indictment on Monday despite the charges already filed in the US
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A federal judge is warning an ex-treasure hunter he could face another contempt-of-court charge if he doesn't reveal the location of 500 missing gold coins
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Alisyn Camerota , the former Fox & Friends Weekend co-host and current co-anchor of CNN's New Day , revealed on CNN today that she had been sexually harassed and emotionally bullied by former Fox CEO Roger Ailes . (Watch a clip below). A spokesperson for Ailes denied the charges. In an interview on CNN's Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter , Camerota said that while Ailes could be charming and funny, he was also a bit of a bully, mean and grossly inappropriate with...
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Incoming Georgia football recruit D'Antne Demery was arrested Saturday on two misdemeanor charges after allegedly being involved in a physical altercation with a woman. Anthony Dasher of Rivals reported Demery was charged with criminal trespass and simple battery. Officers were called to a Waffle House "after it was reported that a black male was strangling a female," per Dasher. The woman later contacted police to press charges against Demery. She alleged Demery also "threw her, causing her glasses to fall off, causing her phone to fall out of her hand, causing it to hit the ground, which resulted in a crack to the screen," according to police. A 4-star recruit out of Brunswick, Georgia, Demery was in Athens on Saturday for the Bulldogs' spring game. Scout.com ranked him as the state's second-best offensive tackle in the 2017 class. Police said Demery told them he had physical contact with the woman. He is currently being held without bail.
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La Stampa reported that prosecutors were looking into whether some of the newly-established NGOs may be financed by the traffickers as a way of making it easier to guarantee their human cargoes get to Italy. The organisations involved have all dismissed the charges against them. They fear they are being targeted by a smear campaign designed to get them out of the way. One group, SOS Mediterranee, told AFP last week it had "never, not once" been put in touch with a migrant boat via smugglers. Under an EU-backed strategy, Italy is currently trying to beef up Libya's coastguard in the hope more boats can be prevented from getting out of Libyan territorial waters and the migrants returned to holding camps in the troubled country. The strategy has been described by rights groups as a breach of Europe's obligations under international refugee conventions.
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The practice results in a lot of noise and relatively little bloodshed, allowing both sides to advertise their courage and vent emotion while avoiding catastrophic loss of human life. The practice might look familiar to the new president. On the campaign trail, Trump called the pressdishonest” and “scum.” He defended Russian strongman Vladimir Putin against charges of murdering journalists and vowed to somehow “open up our libel laws” to weaken the First Amendment. Since taking office, he has dismissed unfavorable coverage as “fake news” and described the mainstream media as “the enemy of the American people.” Not since Richard Nixon has an American president been so hostile to the press—and Nixon largely limited his rants against the media to private venting with his aides. But behind that theatrical assault, the Trump White House has turned into a kind of playground for the press.
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I was told to pay charges of £233 plus a penalty of £100. I replied that if a mistake had been made, albeit not by me, then I would pay the charges, but it is demanding the penalty as well.
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I was told to pay charges of £233 plus a penalty of £100. I replied that if a mistake had been made, albeit not by me, then I would pay the charges, but it is demanding the penalty as well.
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By Sharat Pradhan Ever since the Supreme Court gave a landmark judgment to reopen criminal trial against LK Advani and other top leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) for their alleged role in the demolition of the Babri Masjid, speculation is rife on whether this could bring the Ayodhya issue back to India’s political centre stage. The manner in which some of the saffron leaders reacted was an indication that the party would not leave any stone unturned to once again stoke the fire in the name of “Ramjanmbhoomi” in Ayodhya, where violent Hindu karsevaks brought down the contentious 16th century Mughal mosque and hurriedly installed a makeshift Ram temple on December 6, 1992. No sooner than the apex court revoked the lower court’s verdict to drop charges of criminal conspiracy against Advani and seven others, Uma Bharti was the first to declare, “I am committed to the cause of the Ram temple for which I will not hesitate to even go to jail.
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Three people have been arrested after a man was allegedly stabbed in the early hours of the morning. Derbyshire police have revealed details of the incident, which happened at Station Road, in Langley Mill, close to the McDonald's restaurant at 12.45am. Police were called and a 37-year-old man was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham with non-life threatening injuries. A spokesman for Derbyshire police said: A 16-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of wounding with...
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A 41-year-old man is facing several charges after he resisted arrest during a traffic stop Thursday.
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A man has appeared before North Devon Magistrates' Court accused of a string of historic sexual offences involving boys.Anthony Clive Bennett, 64, of Point Road, Truro, appeared before the North Devon court on Friday. He faced 23 charges which included indecent assaults on boys under the age of 14, incite a boy to commit an act of gross indecency as well as charges of gross indecency.There were no pleas at this stage and all matters were sent to be dealt with at the crown court.Bennett was...