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Police: Inmate choked guard in 'surprise attack' at Springfield Jail – KVAL


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Police: Inmate choked guard in ‘surprise attack’ at Springfield Jail
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The officer noticed that Jason Benjamin Gamble, 30, “had concealed himself from view by tucking a sheet into the edge of the empty bunk above his own bunk.” The officers asked Gamble to take the sheet down. “Inmate and staff security protocols inside

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Ohio State notebook: Kevin Wilson wants JT Barrett to live on edge more – Lima Ohio

Ohio State notebook: Kevin Wilson wants JT Barrett to live on edge more
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Graduate transfer guard Andrew Dakich, son of former Bowling Green State University men’s basketball coach Dan Dakich, remembered his elementary school days when Urban Meyer was BG’s football coach and a neighbor. Meyer was at Bowling Green in …

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Former Trail Blazers Guard Jarrett Jack Signs with Knicks – Blazer's Edge


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Former Trail Blazers Guard Jarrett Jack Signs with Knicks
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Former Portland Trail Blazers guard Jarrett Jack will join the New York Knicks this season, giving the NBA another go after chronic knee issues—including a torn ACL and torn meniscus—limited him to just 34 total appearances over the last two seasons.
Jarrett Jack of Brooklyn Nets out for season with torn ACL, meniscus – ESPN.comESPN.com

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Psych exam ordered for teen accused of leaving baby in plastic bag – Elmira Star-Gazette


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Psych exam ordered for teen accused of leaving baby in plastic bag
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The Sayre teen accused of abandoning her baby in a plastic bag will undergo a court-ordered psychiatric examination. Harriette Hoyt, 17, appeared in Chemung County Court on Friday with her attorney, Public Advocate John Brennan. Hoyt is accused of …

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Everton 2-2 Apollon Limassol: Europa League – as it happened – The Guardian


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Everton 2-2 Apollon Limassol: Europa League – as it happened
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They should have won after fighting back from a goal down to lead 2-1, especially after their moderate opponents were reduced to 10 men, but they dropped their guard after Valentin Roberge’s red card and were pegged back to 2-2 moments later. Ronald

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