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Yaya Toure announces retirement from football

first_imgFormer Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has announced his retirement from football.The announcement was made by the Ivorian’s agent Dimitri Seluk on Friday. The 4-time African Player of the year had his contract with Greek side Olympiakos terminated in November 2018, after only three months with the club, and has been without a club since.Yaya won three Premier League titles during his time with Manchester City, scoring 79 goals in 316 appearances, in addition to two league cups and an FA Cup.He also claimed the UEFA Champions league title in 2009 with Barcelona.On the international front, Yaya captained Ivory Coast to the AFCON title 2015, their first in 23 years. He also represented his country at three FIFA World Cups from 2006 to 2014.last_img read more

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Sumner County Court Docket updates: Blansett, Kitch, Anderson-Stiles, Myers, Peters

first_imgCharles KitchCharles E. Kitch, Jr. — The perpetrator of an attack on a prominent Wellington attorney at his home on Feb. 23, 2014 is scheduled to have a review hearing at the State Security Hospital in Larned on Thursday at 2 p.m. Kitch is accused of entering the premises of Jack Potucek at 1023 N. Washington in Wellington and entering a screened back porch, where he attacked Potucek’s head with a rock causing extensive bleeding and later internal bleeding. Since then Kitch was ordered a competency evaluation by Judge Mott in May. After the competency evaluation was conducted it was determined he was incompetent to stand trial in the Forensic Evaluation Report on July 23, 2014 and he was committed to State Security Hospital in Larned where he has been in custody ever since.On October 21, Sumner County Attorney Kerwin Spencer amended the charges. Kitch is now charged with aggravated burglary, a level 5 felony; criminal trespass, a Class B misdemeanor; aggravated battery (knowingly causing great bodily harm), a level 4 felony; or aggravated battery (recklessly causing great bodily harm), a level 5 felony; or aggravated battery with deadly weapon, a level 7 felony.He was to remain at the state hospital until Thursday when the review hearing is supposed to take place. Lindsey Nicole BlansettLindsey Nicole Blansett — The mother accused of murdering her 10-year-old boy Caleb on Dec. 14 in Wellington is scheduled to go before the court this Thursday, Jan. 8, at 1:30 p.m.Sumner County Court Judge Scott McQuin will determine whether Blansett, charged with first degree murder, is fit to stand trial, or will be sent for a mental competency evaluation. Blansett is accused of striking her son multiple times with a rock and a knife.Blansett first appeared in court on Friday, Dec. 19, but Judge William Mott rescheduled the scheduling hearing after her court-appointed attorney Mike Brown said he was still reviewing the case and had not had time to read all the reports to make a legal recommendation. Thaddeus MyersThaddeus Myers — The man accused of a multitude of drug felonies and escaping Sumner County authorities for about a month is scheduled for a court appearance this Thursday at 9 a.m. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — 2014 is behind us, but there was plenty of criminal activity the past 12 months to keep those working at the Sumner County District Court busy.Here are some court updates of news headline crimes from 2014: Alice Anderson-StilesAlice Anderson-Stiles — The 63-year-old Caldwell woman charged with two felony counts of theft after allegedly racking up $28,870 of unauthorized charges from the Corbin Rural Water District No. 7 from Jan. 14, 2011 to March 3, 2014 is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on Jan 15, at 1:30 p.m. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Marcus Peters — The 25-year-old Arkansas City male, who was accused with a shooting in Oxford during a family barbecue on June 29, 2014, has pled guilty to criminal threat, a level 9 felony. Three other counts including two felony counts for aggravated assault with a firearm were dismissed. His sentencing is set for Thursday at 9 a.m. in Sumner County District Court.Marcus PetersPeters also pled guilty to two charges of burglary of a dwelling in Oxford and Belle Plaine which took place on June 9. Peters received two years of jail time and two years of probation for the level 7 felonies. He is already serving time for a previous conviction in Cowley County and is currently in custody.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more

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Linden businessman granted bail for trafficking narcotics

first_imgThe 28-year-old father of three was shackled, hands and feet, and brought before the court of Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts, accompanied by his lawyer, Dexter Todd, on Thursday afternoon.Akin Perry, of Wismar, Linden, pleaded not guilty to the charge which stated that on December 5, 2017, at Blackwater Backdam, Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni), he was allegedly in possession of 490 grams of cannabis for the purpose of trafficking.Perry’s lawyer in an application for bail indicated that his client was a first-time offender with a stable family and occupation as a dredge and shop owner in the Blackwater mines. In addition, Todd said that the suspected narcotics were not found in his client’s possession, but when the Police arrived on the scene, the bag containing the illicit substance was found on a bench at the defendant’s shop, which the lawyer deemed to be a “common place for all customers”.Todd argued that Perry was arrested merely because he was in close proximity to the area, where the drug was found and the fact that one other person was charged (the taxi man who brought the accused to the shop) indicates that someone else may have been responsible.Police Prosecutor Arvin Moore unfolded a vastly different version of events to the court, claiming that the Police sighted the accused exiting the motor car and was prompted to conduct a search on his person after he began to act in a suspicious manner. Police reports state that the illicit substance was found in a haversack belonging to the defendant, contrary to the defence’s submission.Bail was granted to Perry in the sum of $300,000 and the case was transferred to the Mahdia Magistrate’s Court in Region Eight to be heard on January 16, 2017.last_img read more

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