Facebook Pinterest Pinterest Google+ Twitter WhatsApp IndianaLocalSouth Bend Market By Tommie Lee – June 14, 2019 0 243 Mistrial declared for final suspect in a fatal shooting Previous articleLaPorte police stepping up traffic efforts in coming weeksNext articleFriday morning semi crashes tangle traffic around Indiana Tommie Lee Facebook Google+ WhatsApp Twitter (Source: https://goo.gl/apvBBL/ License: https://goo.gl/VAhsB) A mistrial has been declared for the sixth suspect in a fatal shooting in St. Joseph County.The judge declared the mistrial on June 12th for the final defendant in the case of a drug-related shootout in August 2017.Damon Bethel and Anton James were killed at a house on Fredrickson Street in the shooting. Benito Pedraza was charged with three counts of murder and one count of attempted robbery.The court was informed that one of the jurors wrote a note stating that he had looked into the case online the night before the trial was expected to begin.The trial has been rescheduled for August 19.
Christopher ShemaymeCharges against Christopher Shemayme:Armed Robbery Conspiracy to Commit Armed RobberyThere is no further information available at this time. Terance QuintanaTAOS COUNTY – At about 4:10 p.m. Sunday, New Mexico State Police officers from Taos responded to an armed robbery at the High Road Market in Penasco.During investigation, State Police officers learned a male individual identified as Terance Quintana, 21, of Penasco, entered the High Road Market, armed with a firearm and robbed the business. During the robbery, Quintana fired the gun into the ceiling of the business in the vicinity of a child. Quintana left with an undisclosed amount of money. Officers located a cartridge inside the business and collected it as evidence.State Police officers identified Quintana through video surveillance from the business. Officers tracked down Quintana and two other males, Andrew Romero, 28, of Las Vegas, N.M. and Christopher Shemayme, 25, of Penaso at a residence in Penasco. Officers observed Quintana wearing the described clothing during the robbery. He was immediately arrested and taken into custody without further incident. After Qunitana’s arrest, he was found in possession of a small clear plastic baggie of Heroin.Andrew RomeroDuring a search of the residence, Officers located a handgun and white bandana believed to have been used during the robbery inside Quintana’s bedroom. Officers also learned, Romero and Shemayme were both involved in the armed robbery. Both were arrested and taken into custody without further incident. All three were transported and booked into the Taos County Detention Center.Charges against Terance Quintana:Armed RobberyConspiracy to Commit Armed RobberyAssault with Intent to Commit a Violent FelonyAttempt to Commit a Felony-Abuse of a Child Tampering with EvidenceNegligent Use of a FirearmPossession of a Controlled Substance Possession of Drug ParaphernaliaCharges against Andrew Romero:Armed RobberyConspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery
Avon Lake opened SWC Tournament play in convincing fashion by beating Westlake High School 7-1. The Shoremen were paced by senior Jared Aslaksen who had three goals and one assist. He now has 33 points on the season.Connor Koncelik improved his team-leading point total to 48 by registering two goals and one assist. Junior Tim Lubertozzi discarded his pee wee stick and promptly scored two goals. He has now reached double-digit goals for the first time in his ALHS career, and surpassed his point total for all of last year by adding an assist.Assists on the afternoon also went to Edgars York (2),Tommy Kacmarcik, Justin Share, Carter Goss, Colin Reynolds, Patrick Graney and Nick Ospelt. Goaltender Cameron Stepka was credited with the win and turned aside 9 Demon shots.The Shoremen improved to 17-5 overall on the season. They take on Olmsted Falls in the second round of the SWC tourney. The puck drops at 3:30pm on Sunday January 14th at North Olmsted Recreation Center. Related TopicsAvon LakeHigh School HockeySWCWestlake Vince McKee
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah coach Jim Boylen didn’t expect to be 5-7 at this point of the season. And he’s certainly not very happy about it.Still, he’s trying to see the big picture as his team wraps up its non-conference schedule this week with games against Texas-San Antonio tonight at the Huntsman Center and Saturday against LSU in Baton Rogue.”We’ve practiced hard and watched a lot of film and put in a lot of preparation, not only for Texas-San Antonio, but for the rest of the season,” Boylen said. “My goal is to make these guys better every day and improve … Where we have to grow is to carry over our practice and effort into games.”The Utes are coming off a couple of disappointing losses, to Illinois State 10 days ago and to Pepperdine last Wednesday, where they didn’t have two of their most productive players most of the time.Jay Watkins has been out with a recurring groin injury, while center David Foster missed the second half of the Illinois State game and all of the Pepperdine with an ankle sprain.”Both players are day-to-day and will be game-time decisions,” said Boylen.Boylen said he wants to get everyone healthy by the start of league play on Jan. 9, but said, “I won’t save them if they’re cleared to play.”If Watkins and Foster are out, the Utes will go with freshmen Jason Washburn at center and use Shawn Glover and Matt Read as the backup big forwards in place of Watkins. Boylen said he plans to start Jace Tavita again in place of Carlon Brown to give the Utes a stronger defender in the starting lineup.Most fans around here haven’t heard much about Texas-San Antonio, which plays in the Southland Conference.The Roadrunners have a veteran team that is off to its best 10-game start since 1989. They have defeated Iowa on the road and played Oklahoma State, a team that beat Utah by 22 points, to a six-point game on the road.”This is a very good team we’re playing,” said Boylen. “They have speed and quickness, are a veteran team with their best six players being five seniors and a junior. It’s another situation where we have to guard another undersized, quick team and try to use our size and length against them.”The Roadrunners start three guards, led by 6-foot junior Devin Gibson, who averages 13.6 and 5.4 rebounds per game. The other guards are 6-4 Morris Smith (12.4 ppg) and 5-7 Omar Johnson (10.4 ppg). The other two starters are 6-7 seniors Terry Fields (10.2 ppg, 6.3 rpg) and Demarco Stepter (7.2 ppg, 4.7 rpg).Shooting continues to be a problem for the Utes, who rank 193rd in the country in field goal percentage at 43.3 percent and 256th in 3-point percentage at 29.1 percent. That could be a problem against the Roadrunners, who rank 13th in the nation in 3-point defense at 26.0 percent.”We’ve got to make shots,” said Boylen. “We’ve missed too many open shots this year.”GAME NOTES: This is the first meeting between Utah and Texas-San Antonio … This will be the Roadrunners’ first game since a 72-48 road win on Dec. 18. Their game against Colgate on Dec. 20 was postponed due to bad weather … Saturday’s game at LSU will be available to subscribers of ESPN Fullcourt package as well as on ESPN360.com.Utes on the airTexas-San Antonio (8-2) at Utah (5-7)Tonight, 7 p.m.TV: NoneRadio: AM-700e-mail: [email protected]