by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Two Wellington High School juveniles have been summons to Sumner County District Court on charges related to multiple number of burglaries at the Wellington Recreation Commission, the downtown restaurant Cases Countryside Cafe, and the First Assembly of God Church at 202 S. Jefferson in September.Two male suspects, both 15, were charged with a string of five burglaries from August 17 to Sept. 8 (see story here).Â They were eventually apprehended on Sept. 10 after being identified in a surveillance camera on the south side of the WRC Center.According to court documents, one suspect has been summons to juvenile court on Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 3 p.m. The juvenile and a parent and any other person having legal custody of the suspect are required to answer to charges in a complaint filed by Sumner County Attorney Kerwin Spencer. The other suspect has received a similar summons to juvenile court and is required to appear on Oct. 16 at 2 p.m.Both suspects have been charged with a combined 15 felonies and misdemeanors. They include:â€¢Five counts of burglary of a non-dwelling, all level 7 felonies – two at WRC, two at the Assembly of God Church, and one at Cases Countryside Cafe;â€¢six counts of theft, all Class A misdemeanor – one at Cases; three at Assembly of God; and two at WRC;â€¢and four counts of criminal damage to property, all Class B misdemeanors – one at Cases, one at the Assembly of God; and two at WRC.According to the timeline presented in the court complaints the two juveniles broke into the WRC and the Assembly of God sometime on the night of Aug. 17 and early morning Aug. 18; Countryside Cafe between Aug. 31 – Sept 3; and at WRC early Sunday morning, Sept. 8.In their alleged crime spree according to court documents, the juveniles:â€¢took $900 from Cases’ restaurant;â€¢damaged a cash register, screen to the window and a safe at Cases;â€¢obtained credit cards, payroll checks, a safe and a seal stamp belonging to First Assembly;â€¢stole a C.B. radio valued less than $1,000 from the church;â€¢obtained $30 in cash from First Assembly;â€¢damaged the doors and locks to the church;â€¢stole video games and candy at the WRC;â€¢a video camera for surveillance at the WRC;â€¢U.S. Currency, money box and a key from WRC;â€¢and damaged a door frame at WRC. 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Thank you for your input. +3 Vote up Vote down Hate Thieves · 358 weeks ago Both should spend at least 1 year in the Sumner county detention center. Report Reply 0 replies · active 358 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Hmmm….. · 358 weeks ago So, are they being charged as juveniles? Report Reply 2 replies · active 358 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down CueballSumnernewscow 94p · 358 weeks ago Yes. Report Reply +1 Vote up Vote down wellmom · 358 weeks ago Of course, they are 15 after all. Report Reply +3 Vote up Vote down Hmmm…. · 358 weeks ago I find this good to hear. I tend to take a lets wait and see approach to life, and this will give them the chance to prove themselves as adults. I mean let’s just wait and see if they can complete the punishment and overcome it. Report Reply 0 replies · active 358 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down Dennis · 358 weeks ago I would rather see them make good the damages and losses rather than seeing them detained at further expense to society. Report Reply 0 replies · active 358 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down Thirsty · 358 weeks ago sentence them to hard farm labor at $7.25/hr 16 hours every weekend until they graduate high school. Report Reply 0 replies · active 358 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down Bird fan · 358 weeks ago They will be home for supper,, with the minor inconvenience of having to drive by the courthouse. It’s what normally happens, if sumner co. Police/ sheriff even bother to tell the judge about it. My friends that were robbed of more than this spent more time in the courthouse filling out forms to get their own property that the kids admitted stealing right when caught, than the kids spent total ( in sheriff’s custody, in arraignment , trial. And then no sentence at all. These were almost certainly the same ones that robbed me. Report Reply 0 replies · active 358 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! 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Anti-Semitic flyers have been plastered all over the University of Central Florida campus in a second case of alleged anti-Semitism UCF officials are investigating over the past month. The flyers, posted in response to a bill aimed at denouncing anti-Semitism in schools, reads, “Florida Jews Attack Campus Free Speech.” It has left some in the UCF Jewish community uncomfortable.The flyer calls out House Bill 741, which was passed in May. The bill denounces anti-Semitism, saying anti-Semitism at schools must be handled the same way racism is. The flyer says the bill restricts “legitimate criticism of Israel and the role of Jews in the United States.”“It’s exactly the sort of anti-Semitic screed that the bill is intended to address,” said the sponsor of the bill, Rep. Randy Fine, R-Palm Bay.“Anytime you say that we have to have a discussion about the evil impact of Jews in our society, everything you say after that’s absolutely irrelevant. They had no point other than they are bigoted, hateful people,” Fine said.Other anti-Semitic flyers were posted on a Chabad sign near campus last month, concerning Jewish students.The UCF Police Department says it is aware of the flyers and is actively investigating.
The New Orleans Police Department has issued an arrest warrant for Cleveland Browns and former LSU wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., for a simple battery incident.A video captured OBJ slapping a Superdome security officer on the butt following LSU’s College Football Playoff National Championship win over Clemson on Monday after the officer threatened to arrest LSU players if they continued to smoke cigars.According to NOLA.com, authorities originally attempted to charge Beckham with misdemeanor sexual battery, but a local judge declined it.The Browns released a statement:
Here’s what Politico reported:“House Democrats blasted Twitter and Facebook on Friday for hosting what they called a misleadingly edited video posted by President Donald Trump that features House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ripping up his State of the Union speech.The incident is the latest test of the companies’ new policies on manipulated media.The video, posted Thursday, splices in footage of Pelosi’s paper-shredding amid moments in which Trump honored the last surviving Tuskegee Airman, announced the reunion of a service member with his family and praised a fallen soldier, among other parts of Tuesday’s address. Pelosi in fact tore up the document at the end of the speech, an action that prompted fierce attacks from Republicans.” Facebook’s response: “Sorry, are you suggesting the President didn’t make those remarks and the Speaker didn’t rip the speech?”pic.twitter.com/QhTWvcY4Ke— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 6, 2020 President Trump tweeted a video that shows the most uplifting and heartwarming parts of his State of the Union address interwoven with current House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) ripping up the speech…which she actually did after the speech.Now Democrats who are mobilizing to get it removed from social media. According to reports, Pelosi herself is outraged and has sought help from “House allies” to get Twitter to take down the [email protected] must take this misleading video about @SpeakerPelosi down now. Social media platforms are a place where people come for news & information. They need to have certain standards. Falsity has never been part of our 1st Amendment tradition. https://t.co/dwiDeKNd3D— Rep. Ro Khanna (@RepRoKhanna) February 7, 2020 Incredible. Pelosi mobilized House allies to pressure Twitter to take down a video depicting her tearing up the speech after each of the heartwarming stories the President shared at State of the Union.Dems don’t like the optics of the Speaker tearing up great American triumphs. pic.twitter.com/pNITF9GXV1— Matt Whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) February 8, 2020
Palm Beach County deputies arrested a man after they say they found a number of illegal materials in his car.When an officer approached 20-year-old Joshua Shields’ car he noticed the smell of marijuana, leading the officer to conduct a search.According to authorities, deputies found a machete under the driver’s seat, a loaded gun in the center console with two loaded magazines, several bullet casings and four knives. In the trunk of the car, they found a pistol with no serial number, ammunition boxes, a bong, marijuana, black gloves, bolt cutters, a window punch, a stolen license plate and a fake license plate.Shields was charged with possession of marijuana, theft and concealed carry of a firearm without a permit.
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