Various reports said the tightsecurity used to contain the crowd resulted in injuries where police officersallegedly sprayed an unknown substance on devotees while other injuries werecaused by the combat shoes of police officers. “The PNP is certainly asked toundertake measures that will provide for the safety of those devotees. It maybe strict, but the goal is to protect them from any harm,” PresidentialSpokesperson Salvador Panelo said. “Kunggusto nilang (devotees) magreklamo, we are willing to investigate. Kami rin may mga nasaktan din na pulis. Okay lang sa amin ‘yun. That’s part of our job and we are happy to servethe people,” Sinas said. Palace defended the security measureslaid down by the Philippine National Police (PNP) to ensure safe and orderlyconduct of the annual procession of the Black Nazarene. Manila – The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) is set toconduct an investigation into the alleged injuries sustained by the devoteesdue to the implementation of the new security measures in this year’sTranslacion of the Black Nazarene. Police officers fall in line, securing the area during the Translacion of the Black Nazarene on Thursday. The National Capital Region Police Office is set to conduct an investigation into the alleged injuries sustained by the devotees due to the implementation of the new security measures. GMA NETWORK Traslacion 2020 was the fastestprocession of the image of the Black Nazarene in recent memory as it endedafter just 16 hours. In the previous years, the Translacion took at least 20hours to finish./PN “Samga deboto, kanya-kanyang paniwala tayo. Ang akin lang is salamat po dahilkaramihan sa inyo ay pinagbigyan kami. ‘Yung improvement natin. ‘Yung mga nasaktan pasensya na po.‘Yung mga naapakan pasensya na,” he said. He added the security plan duringTraslacion on Thursday was adopted from the same set-up done during the BlackNazarene’s thanksgiving procession on Dec. 30, 2019. NCRPO acting chief Brigadier GeneralDebold Sinas encouraged Black Nazarene devotees who suffered injuries to filecomplaints against police officials who hurt them.
Statewide—The Indiana State Department of Health has reported that 836 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 as of Tuesday. A total of 69,255 Indiana residents have tested positive for the coronavirus. To date, 785,018 individual tests have been reported to ISDH at an 8.8% positive rate and 14 new deaths were reported for a total of 2,794 Hoosiers have died to date.Locally Dearborn County has a total of 473 cases and 28 deaths reported (up 8 new cases), Decatur County has a total of 318 positive cases and 32 deaths (up 4 new cases), Franklin County has 229 positive cases and 11 deaths (up 5 new cases and 1 new death), and Ripley County has 190 positive cases and 7 deaths (up 2 new cases). This is an increase of 19 new positive cases and 1 death locally.
Liverpool and Tottenham are seen as top-four contenders but Rodgers believes the Londoners are still in the hunt for top spot, currently occupied by Arsenal with a five-point cushion. They may only be averaging a goal a game over the first 15 matches, making them the lowest scorers in the top 11, but Rodgers said that does not do justice to their quality. “People look at Spurs and question how they’ve done but I think they’ve done terrifically,” he said. “They have a strong and deep squad and they are right up there in the league. “There are six or seven teams involved in the race for the top four. “Everyone will look at Manchester City as having the outstanding squad but Tottenham will look at what they have spent and they will give themselves a chance of maybe winning the title. “Chelsea historically have been up there and Arsenal have made an excellent start also, so I think it is open. “We really relish going there (White Hart Lane). Our last two performances, the goals we have scored have been outstanding and we know we can go anywhere and score goals.” Spurs’ season so far has been widely dismissed as one of under-achievement but they lie only three points behind the second-placed Reds. That is in addition to managing a Europa League campaign which has seen them qualify for the last 32 with a 100 per cent record. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes Sunday’s opponents Tottenham have been under-estimated by many but insists his side will not be taking them lightly. While Rodgers has maximised the return he has had from strikers Luis Suarez and the injured Daniel Sturridge with 15 and nine league goals apiece, Tottenham have struggled up front. Roberto Soldado, a £26million summer signing from Valencia, has scored just four league goals but his midweek Europa League hat-trick helped boost his season’s tally to nine. “There is that adaptation period. They spent a lot of money bringing him in but even a player of that quality can take some time to settle in,” said Rodgers. “He benefits in and around the box. I think his record over the last couple of years shows he scored once from outside the box but his hat-trick will give him a confidence.” Rodgers will also be without captain Steven Gerrard for possibly the next six weeks as he recovers from a hamstring injury. His absence has highlighted the need to strengthen the squad and the manager hopes to be as successful in this January window as he was 12 months ago when he brought in Sturridge and Philippe Coutinho, both of whom have become integral players. “It’s not just about getting them, it’s what’s available that can improve you,” he said. “Everyone knows that January is a difficult window. We did a remarkable piece of business last January in Coutinho and Sturridge. “If there is a player or players out there that will improve our team, I know the owners will support that. They have been outstanding for me. “It’s just on the availability of the right type of player, and that has to be a player than can come into the team and improve us.” Press Association
CHRISTIAN Coleman hopes to form a sprinting rivalry with Andre De Grasse akin to that established between Usain Bolt and Justin Gatlin.Bolt was the dominant sprinter for close to a decade, claiming eight Olympic gold and 14 IAAF World Championship medals before a hamstring injury saw his career end in distressing circumstances as he failed to finish Saturday’s 4x100m relay final.In his last individual event, the Jamaican had to settle for 100m bronze as Gatlin – cast as the villainous foil for Bolt due to his two doping bans – finally got the better of his sprinting adversary in a global final, with 21-year-old Coleman taking the silver in his first appearance on the stage.De Grasse, 22, collected 100m bronze and 200m silver medals at Rio 2016 and was expected to add to his haul in London until a hamstring injury forced him to withdraw.Bolt and Gatlin spoke at the Worlds about their amicable relationship despite years of facing each other on the track, and Coleman – who plans to add the 200m to his repertoire in Qatar in two years – hopes to have similar competition with De Grasse when they seek to stake their claim for dominance over the coming years.Coleman told Omnisport: “(De Grasse) is a great competitor. He’s a great guy as well. I would have liked to compete with him but, unfortunately, he had an injury. I’m sure he’ll be in contention for years to come and I’m looking forward to it.“Maybe (there will be a rivalry), just because we are two guys who people are saying will be in contention to win medals in the future and just like Gatlin and Bolt, they compete against each other year after year, they have a great rivalry and they’re still friends. (Omnisport)“I think we can maybe develop something like that, but you’ve still got to take it one year at a time, one race at a time, and put the work in and don’t take anything for granted. “You’ve just got to continue to work and let the media worry about stuff like that.”
This offseason for Wisconsin football started the same way it did a year ago, a new unproven defensive coordinator at the helm and plenty of mystery around the quarterback position. While the coordinator position is set in stone in Jim Leonhard, the question over who will lead the Wisconsin offense onto the field next fall is still up in the air as Notre Dame graduate transfer quarterback Malik Zaire is expected to decide between UW and North Carolina in the coming week.Despite the excitement of bringing in someone like Zaire in a situation that seems eerily similar to the former tale of a transfer named Russel Wilson, the move might not be the best for UW this next season. It is now three weeks into spring practice and redshirt sophomore Alex Hornibrook has been the starter since day one, begging the question whether Zaire could even adapt Wisconsin’s vastly different system from Notre Dame in time for game one.Football: Successful pro day propels Badgers into NFL draftWith the 2017 NFL Draft just six weeks away, and the combine in the past, players across the country are Read…That being said, Zaire has to land somewhere, and with head coach Paul Chryst’s dual quarterback system a year ago, the move could very well result in a big change at the position.The former Fighting Irish leader and four-star recruit certainly has plenty of talent, playing three seasons in South Bend and posting an adjusted quarterback passer rating of 86.5 in the one year he started more than a couple of games. Also in that span, he averaged 10.7 yards per attempt and threw at 65 percent.Those numbers, however, came in a season in which he was used as a glorified back up and not someone who could be expected to dip his feet in a program and take over. He competed for the starting spot a season ago, only to be outlasted by Deshone Kizer on the way to a loss to Texas and the last night that Notre Dame would stay in the AP top 25.Following the battle against the Longhorns, the Irish completely folded the rest of the season, finishing 4-8. Despite all the turmoil and failure, Zaire’s was barely even mentioned in consideration for the starting job.Bumbaca: Obituary for careers of Nigel Hayes, Zak Showalter, Bronson Koenig, Vitto Brown after four unforgettable years at WisconsinThe careers of University of Wisconsin men’s basketball players Zak Showalter, 23; Nigel Hayes, 22; Vitto Brown, 21; and Bronson Read…Even with Chryst’s relationship with Zaire when originally recruiting him in 2011, questions over his dedication to Wisconsin are more relevant than ever as his decision has taken over five months to reach a conclusion. The reason the quarterback is even forced to make a decision now is the decided transfer of LSU’s quarterback Brandon Harris, who is now the newest Tar Heel as of a week ago.The smart choice with the Badgers is, as usual, the boring choice. Hornibrook provides a safety blanket with an upside that is hard to ignore.With three more years of eligibility and seven starts under his belt against some of the best teams in the country, Hornibrook could very well give Wisconsin the stability it needs to make a push for another Big Ten championship appearance.With time behind an almost-all-returning offensive line and a young receiving core to develop over time, the Badgers should already have the answer they need to be their starting quarterback.
Former Tipperary hurler Kieran Bergin has joined the Tipperary footballers for the 2017 season.The 31-year-old cited work commitments as his reason for leaving the panel 16 days ago, ahead of their opening game of the Munster Championship.However, it has emerged that the Killenaule man trained with the footballers for the first time last night in Thurles. Photo © Tipperary GAA He previously played for the footballers in 2013, but left to pursue hurling after being approached by then manager Eamon O’Shea.Tipp FM’s Jackie Cahill says Bergin’s departure from the hurlers could be down to a lack of game time..And Jackie will have more on that story on Straight Talk tonight from 7pm on Tipp FM.
EL SEGUNDO — With his thumbs hooked into the armpits of his mesh practice jersey, Lonzo Ball faced the media on Tuesday at the Lakers’ practice facility and agreed that his team could use more from him as they head into Wednesday’s home game against the Dallas Mavericks, and beyond.For the past two games, Ball started at point guard even after veteran guard Rajon Rondo returned to the lineup following a three-game suspension. In the first of those games, a 110-106 loss to the Spurs in San Antonio, Ball shot 2 for 8 and had six points. On Monday, in 124-120 loss to the Timberwolves in Minnesota, Ball finished with four points on 2-for-6 shooting.In that span, Ball also accounted for four assists, three rebounds and no steals – a dramatic drop from the dynamic efforts he put forth during Rondo’s absence, when he scored 36 points, had 20 assists and eight steals. (By comparison, Rondo was more involved: He scored 12 points on 4-for-8 shooting against San Antonio and 13 on a 6-for-9 outing against Minnesota.)“For me, it all starts on defense. Getting some steals, rebounding the ball, and when I do that, my shot starts falling and I just feel more into the game,” said Ball, whose minutes have dropped from 31 per game to 24 since Rondo returned. “Different techniques, we try them all,” Walton said. “Being hard on him, encouraging him, running plays for him. But we see it. He’s a young point guard and we’ll continue to monitor it and work on it.”THEY DON’T WANT LEAKSIf the Lakers are going to rebound soon from their uncomfortable, if not entirely unexpected, 2-5 start, they’ll have to figure out how to grab defensive rebounds and rev the fast-break.Among the issues crystallized by a review of the film after Monday’s 124-120 loss in Minnesota was this: The Lakers – who allowed 20 offensive rebounds to the Timberwolves – might need a plumber.“We want to run fast, so I think sometimes we got guys leaking out, trying to play fast,” said guard Josh Hart, who finished with six rebounds Monday. “So we’ve just gotta finish defensive possessions with a rebound.”Stressed Walton: “We don’t want any leaking out, we want zero leaking out; if you see someone leaking out, that’s a mistake.”Related Articles Entering Tuesday, the Lakers’ 10.6 offensive rebounds per game ranked 18th in the NBA. Their 10.7-per-game rate last season, when teams weren’t pushing the tempo nearly so hard, ranked fourth.Although Hart and Ball both bemoaned the number of offensive rebounds they allowed, the Lakers finished with 17 offensive rebounds of their own – and both teams were equal on the boards otherwise, with 31 defensive rebounds apiece.“They’re a big team,” Walton said. “We know that’s what they do, they bully other teams around, you’ve got to give them credit for that.”What most vexed Walton, he said, were the 36 points allowed in the first quarter.“We keep preaching defense,” he said. “But we didn’t do a good job putting out the type of effort you need in the first quarter.” Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years “We’ve got so many guys,” said Ball, who is averaging 9.9 points, 4.6 rebounds and 4.1 assists after missing most of the offseason due to a meniscus injury that required surgery in mid-July. “If you’re not doing your job, you’re gonna get pulled quick. That’s just how it is. If it’s not clicking that day, you don’t play.”So the Lakers coaches have Ball’s attention, and Head coach Luke Walton promised they’ll keep on the 21-year-old, second-year pro to get the most out of him. Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with Packers Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs
Brandon Clarke, Big, GonzagaClarke’s age (23) is a reasonable concern, but he measures out better than most in the publicly available statistical projections. Given the urgency some of the teams in the top 10 are placing on competing sooner rather than later, Clarke is worthy of a look. He contributes to winning basketball.De’Andre Hunter, Forward, VirginiaTo a degree, Hunter epitomizes this draft class. He’s good, not great. He’s very good at a lot of things, but probably not necessarily elite at any one of them. He’s already 21 years old, and his upside isn’t very exciting on its face. Still, he’s a near lock to be a lottery pick.Darius Garland, Point, VanderbiltGarland is a beneficiary of the evolution of Portland’s Damian Lillard and the immediate success of Atlanta’s Trae Young. Dynamic pull-up shooting with range has a floor-shaping effect, and the Vanderbilt product has the potential to be the latest point guard to put it to use. Here’s everything you need to know about the 2019 NBA Draft, including when it starts, the full draft order and how to watch live on TV and stream online.MORE 2019 NBA DRAFT:SN’s final mock draft | Top 60 big boardWhen and where is the 2019 NBA Draft?Date: June 20Location: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.Start time: 7 p.m. ETTV channels: ESPNLive stream: Watch ESPN appThis year’s draft, the 73rd in NBA history, will take place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., the Nets’ home venue. The first and second rounds will be on Thursday, June 20.What time does the NBA Draft start?Round 1 (Nos. 1-30) of the NBA Draft starts at 7 p.m. ET. Round 2 (Nos. 31-60) will begin immediately after the conclusion of the first round.NBA Draft TV channel, how to live streamThis year’s draft will be broadcast on ESPN. You can also stream the draft on the Watch ESPN app.2019 NBA Draft order of picksFirst round1. Pelicans2. Grizzlies3. Knicks4. Lakers*5. Cavaliers6. Suns7. Bulls8. Hawks9. Wizards10. Hawks (via Mavericks)11. Timberwolves12. Hornets13. Heat14. Celtics (via Kings)15. Pistons16. Magic17. Nets18. Pacers19. Spurs20. Celtics (via Clippers)21. Thunder22. Celtics23. Jazz24. 76ers25. Trail Blazers26. Cavaliers (via Rockets)27. Nets (via Nuggets)28. Warriors29. Spurs (via Raptors)30. Bucks*Pick reportedly sent to Pelicans as part of Anthony Davis tradeSecond round31. Nets (via Knicks)32. Suns33. 76ers (via Cavaliers)34. 76ers (via Bulls)35. Hawks36. Hornets (via Wizards)37. Mavericks38. Bulls (via Grizzlies)39. Pelicans40. Kings (via Timberwolves)41. Hakws (via Lakers)42. 76ers (via Kings)43. Timberwolves (via Heat)44. Hawks (via Hornets)45. Pistons46. Magic (via Nets)47. Kings (via Magic)48. Clippers49. Spurs50. Pacers51. Celtics52. Hornets (via Thunder)53. Jazz54. 76ers55. Knicks (via Rockets)56. Clippers (via Trail Blazers)57. Pelicans (via Nuggets)58. Warriors59. Raptors60. Kings (via Bucks)2019 NBA mock draftSN’s latest mock draft, curated by NBA Draft expert Chris Stone, takes a look at the top prospects and, to no one’s surprise, has Williamson going to the Pelicans at No. 1. Here is our projected top five for this year’s draft:Pelicans: Zion Williamson, Forward, DukeGrizzlies: Ja Morant, Point, Murray StateKnicks: RJ Barrett, Wing, DukeLakers: Jarrett Culver, Wing, Texas Tech (will be selecting for Pelicans as part of Anthony Davis trade)Cavaliers: De’Andre Hunter, Forward, VirginiaCheck out the rest of Stone’s mock draft here.NBA Draft 2019 top prospects to knowBelow are the top 2019 draft prospects via Stone’s latest big board. You can read the rest of his top 60 player rankings here.Zion Williamson, Forward, DukeWilliamson is the top prospect in the class by a wide margin. Whether you project him as the next great oversized initiator or a superstar do-it-all prospect — think Draymond Green minus some basketball IQ and plus a lot of athleticism — he figures to be a hugely valuable NBA piece.Ja Morant, Point, Murray StateBall-dominant point guards who can generate offense for themselves and their teammates have increasingly become one of the most valuable archetypes in the NBA alongside plus-sized wing creators. The best bet to fulfill that role in the 2019 class is Morant.RJ Barrett, Wing, DukeBarrett has a quick enough first step to get past defenders and without such a packed lane, his decision-making and finishing should improve. There aren’t many other wings in this class with size and creator potential.Jarrett Culver, Wing, Texas TechCulver possesses some statistical traits that bode well for his upside. He can generate offense from advantaged situations and provide some playmaking. Defensively, Culver is able to contain opponents on the ball and impact plays away from the ball even if he’s occasionally aloof. There is no rest when it comes to the NBA calendar. Only a week after the Raptors won the title and days after the Lakers reportedly acquired Anthony Davis from the Pelicans in a blockbuster trade, commissioner Adam Silver will announce the picks at the 2019 NBA Draft.The Pelicans will select Zion Williamson with the No. 1 overall pick, kicking off their rebuild in a post-Davis world. The Grizzlies and Knicks are expected to take Ja Morant and RJ Barrett with the next two picks, but the rest of the draft board could get messy with this group of prospects lacking star power.
The Lakers are making a strong push for Jimmy Butler. The New York Times reported just hours before free agency begins that the Lakers are pushing for a pitch meeting with Butler. The report notes that Los Angeles is making the “latest aggressive” bid to try and land the star forward as it will have to try and entice Butler away from signing with the Heat. Related News NBA free agency rumors: Jazz showing ‘significant’ interest in Bojan Bogdanovic Jimmy Butler meets with Heat officials at 6:01 PM ET tonight but continues to draw interest from a number of suitors, league sources say, with the Lakers making the latest aggressive bid. Lakers officials, I’m told, are pushing for a pitch meeting with Butler— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) June 30, 2019The Associated Press reported earlier this week that Butler is “very interested” in playing with Miami and he will meet with the franchise Sunday, though that would likely have to be a a sign-and-trade scenario, similar to the type of deal that has been speculated between Butler and the Rockets. He’s also expected to meet with Houston early next week. “Hopefully I’ll get a max contract anywhere I choose to go,” Butler told reporters about his free agency last month. “You always want to be able to win, I think that’s key for sure. You’re looking at coaches, you’re looking at the city. There’s a lot that goes into it.” Butler started the season with the Timberwolves before he was traded to the 76ers in mid-November. In 55 regular-season games with Philadelphia, Butler averaged 18.2 points and 5.3 rebounds while shooting 33.8% from 3-point range. He played an integral role in helping the 76ers reach the Eastern Conference semifinals before they fell to the Raptors in seven games.As expected, Butler declined his player option that was worth more than $19 million for the 2019-20 season. NBA free agency rumors: Jonas Valanciunas returns to Grizzlies on 3-year, $45M deal NBA free agency rumors: 76ers could make major play for Malcolm Brogdon
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The following are a list of criminal court complaints recently filed by the Sumner County Attorney’s office.These are formal charges introduced into the Sumner County District Court system. The suspects listed in the complaint have not been tried by a judge or jury. All citizens are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Jeweleen Newman, born in 1982, of Fort Worth, Texas was charged with unlawful use of driver’s license, a Class A misdemeanor; possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor; and possession of methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony.On Dec. 4, 2013, Newman is accused of possessing a small baggy of meth in her purse, a glass smoking pipe, and a driver’s license not her own as she entered the Kansas Star Casino.Her court deposition is set for Jan. 2.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Anthony Lea, born in 1984, of Wellington was charged with aggravated battery, a level 5 felony; conspiracy to interfere with a law enforcement, a level 10 felony; and interference with law enforcement, a level 9 felony.Lisa Koehn, born in 1981, address not available was charged with conspiracy to commit interference with law enforcement, a level 10 felony; and interference with law enforcement, a level 9 felony.Meredith Lea, born in 1987, address not available, was charged with conspiracy to commit interference with law enforcement, a level 10 felony, and interference with a law enforcement, a level 9 felony.On Dec, 8, 2013, Anthony Lea is accused of recklessly causing bodily harm to a 7-year-old with an object, perhaps a toy gun, causing a laceration to her head and a skull fracture requiring surgery.Then allegedly, Anthony Lea conspired with Meredith Lea and Koehn to commit the crime of interference with law enforcement by providing information to the Wellington Police Department that is false. They allegedly said the little girl was injured by another child at Koehn’s residence at 1202 Crest Ridge in Wellington when in reality she was allegedly injured by Anthony Lea at 1213 North C in Wellington.Allegedly, Koehn advised a Wellington police officer that the child was injured at her residence and Anthony advised a police detective that his wife took their two girls to her sister’s house and he was not present when the child was injured.Anthony Lea’s court deposition is set for January 9, 2014 at 1:30 p.m.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Christopher Hutchins-Hernandez, born in 1994, of Wichita was charged with possession of marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor; possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor; driving while license is suspended or revoked; a Class B misdemeanor; and failure to provide proof of insurance, a Class B misdemeanor.According to the criminal complaint, Hutchins-Hernandez on Dec. 4 willfully possessed a baggie with marijuana while operating a vehicle on Interstate 35 with a driver’s license that was suspended.His court deposition is set for Jan. 9 at 9 a.m.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Levi Coykendall, born in 1986, of Clearwater was charged with burglary of a non-dwelling, a level 7 felony; burglary of a separate storage machine shed, a level 7 felony; and theft, a level 9 felony.Coykendall is accused of going into a machine storage shed located at 832 W. 70th Avenue North, with the intent of stealing 11 batteries from vehicles within the machine shed. Then at 847 W. 70th Avenue North, Coykendall stole 23 Duralast brand batteries from vehicles. The value of the combined 34 batteries is valued at $3,900.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Alex D.N. Marks, born in 1988, of Wichita was charged with theft, a Class A misdemeanor; and interference with law enforcement, a Class A misdemeanor.Marks is accused of taking a wallet with about $275 in cash. He allegedly saw the wallet lying on a counter where he discretely put it into his pocket without permission and then later removed about $275 in cash and threw the wallet containing the identification into the trash can while at the Kansas Star Casino.Marks then allegedly resisted being handcuffed with an officer of the Kansas Racing and Gaming attempting to arrest him.He pleaded no contest to the charge of theft and is required to pay $1,000 fine and $300 in restitution. He is also not allowed to go back to the Kansas Star Casino.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Karlyss Debuhr, born in 1962, of Wellington was charged with criminal use of a weapon, a Class A misdemeanor; disorderly conduct, a Class C misdemeanor; aggravated assault, a level 7 felony; aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer, a level 6 felony; interference with law enforcement, a level 9 felony; and possession of narcotics, a level 5 drug felony.Debuhr is accused of knowingly possessing a firearm, i.e. handgun, while in his home after admitting to being addicted to controlled substances and experiencing hallucinations.Debuhr allegedly discharged the handgun at 715 N. Gardner on Dec. 12, 2013. A woman, who was living there, said he was waving the gun around in the house before shooting it. She was afraid he would shoot her or Debuhr’s father.He then is accused of placing a uniformed officer in danger by going outside the home carrying a hatchet and disobeying the officer’s instructions to put it down. Debuhr instead raised the hatchet in a threatening manner causing the officer to use his taser to prevent the attack.Debuhr then allegedly resisted arrest and was handcuffed by the officer for aggravated assault which is a felony.Officers then allegedly found possession of a narcotic drug, Oxycodone pills in his bedrooms which is a level 5 drug felony.Debuhr’s court deposition is set for Jan. 9, 2014 at 9 a.m.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ Dakota Hughes, born in 1994, of Oxford was charged with burglary of a vehicle, a level 9 felony; theft, a Class A misdemeanor; burglary of a non-dwelling, a level 7 felony; theft, a Class A misdemeanor; and burglary, a level 9 felony.Hughes is accused on Dec. 10 of taking about $5 in coins and tan leather gloves from a vehicle parked at 607 N. Sumner in Oxford. He then allegedly went into a garage on E. Olive in Oxford with intent to commit a theft by opening the refrigerator in the garage and taking a couple cans of Mountain Dew and some water. He then allegedly took some bottled water, cans of soda, and coins in the car.His deposition is set for Jan. 2, 2014.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Tyron James, born in 1981, of Wichita was charged with forgery, a level 8 felony; identity theft, a level 8 felony; and interference with a law enforcement, a level 9 felony.James is accused on Dec. 14 of issuing a check to O’Reilly’s in Wellington for $342.18 by using another name that was fictitious. James then allegedly used identity information belonging to another person in an attempt to defraud a Wellington police officer, who later apprehended him.Then at Orscheln’s in Wellington while talking to the same police officer he falsely denied passing the check at O’Reilly’s.His bond was set at $5,000.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Susieanna Cooper, born in 1963, of Wichita, was charged with battery, a Class B misdemeanor; and disorderly conduct, a Class C misdemeanor.Cooper is accused of striking another person in the face and pushing her to the ground on Dec. 12, 2013.Cooper was allegedly talking to a third person when the alleged victim came over to talk to the same person. While the alleged victim was waiting her turn to speak, Cooper allegedly directed rude language at her. As she walked away, Cooper allegedly pursued her with more rude language before physically attacking and knocking her down.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Amanda Fisk-James, born in 1983, of Wichita is charged with possession of methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Fisk-James is accused of possessing meth, baggies and a glass smoking pipe on Dec. 14, 2013.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Melissa Ann Wren, born in 1968, of Derby was charged with possession of marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Wren is accused of possession a half smoked marijuana cigarette inside a Marlboro cigarette box in her vehicle and a baggy containing marijuana inside a pouch in her purse at the Kansas Star Casino. She also allegedly had an orange marijuana pipe laying in plain view inside her vehicle and a green and silver marijuana pipe in her purse.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Sean Carver, born in 1972, of Derby was charged with domestic battery, a Class A misdemeanor; and disorderly conduct, a Class C misdemeanor.Carver is accused of on Dec. 14 of knowingly causing physical contact in a rude, insulting or angry matter with a family member. He also is accused of acting in a way that will provoke an assault, disturb others, or other breach of peace.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Regina Littlejohn, born in 1985, of Wichita is accused of possessing marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor; possessing drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor; and improper registration, a misdemeanor.Littlejohn is accused of on Nov. 29, of possessing marijuana which was loose and laying in plain view on the door handle of her gray Honda Accord in the casino parking lot and a baggy of marijuana in a pouch above the windshield. She also allegedly had rolling paper and baggies.The case is continue to Jan. 2, 2014.