Teen arrested after 3-year-old cousin found in trash

first_imgAn 18-year-old has been taken into police custody after he allegedly beat his three-year-old cousin to and stuffed her into a garbage can.The incident occurred Thursday around 5:15 pm along Northwest 27th Circle.According to the report, the three- year-old child was spending the day with her grandmother and her cousin Tristin Tavares Bernard.At some point, the grandmother realized that both the child and the teen were missing.A neighbor eventually found the child stuffed inside of a trashcan and called rescue crews.The child was taken to Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital where her condition is currently unknown, however, family members did report that she has severe head injuries.Bernard was arrested later that day after a came forward and told authorities that they saw the teen beating the child with a brick.He now faces child abuse, aggravated battery and attempted murder charges.last_img read more

CBR Hotshots Entertainment STAG Bowl Inter-ward Final on tonight

first_img… Valleys/Alleys face Block 22 for $1.2MBy Joe ChapmanSILVERCITY/Valley/Alleys and Block 22 will collide in tonight’s final of the CBR Hotshots Entertainment STAG Bowl Inter-Ward football tournament at the Mackenzie Sports Club ground, where the winner will pocket $1.2M. Kick-off time is 20:30hrs.Thanks to National striker and guest player Delon Lanferman, Silvercity/Valley/Alleys outclassed Blueberry Hill 3-1 and Block 22 prevailed 3-1 on penalty against Silvertown/ Canvas City West Watooka after regulation and extra-time saw the two level 1-1.The Silvercity/Valley/Alleys will field a strong lineup with guest players – Lanferman, Solomon Austin, Konata Manning, Colwyn Drakes and Clarence Beaton.Their rivals Block 22 will field imported players Gregory ‘Jackie Chan’ Richardson, Delroy Fraser and Trayon Babb, as well as Kevin Sullivan, Deshawn Joseph and junior national goalkeeper Jonathan Copeland between the uprights.In the semi-finals, watched by a vociferous crowd at the town’s premier sporting facility, Lanferman was clearly in a zone of his own, netting a double for the finalists.Sheldron Holder had placed Blueberry Hill in the lead with his goal in the 29th minute but Silvercity/Valley/Alleys were able to level the scores 1-1 in the 67th minute from a strike by John Waldron.Just when things looked heading to extra time, Lanferman, on the stroke of the 90th minute, was able to convert from the penalty spot after a foul was called in the box against the Blueberry Hill side which sparked some protest, but later quelled to allow for the spot kick to be taken.In injury time, Lanferman tucked in a brace netting his team’s third goal which effectively signalled the conclusion of a hard-fought battle for a finals slot.Earlier that evening Richardson put his team Block 22 into the lead against Silvertown West Watooka when he netted a 17th minute goal. But their opponents Silvertown/Canvas City/ West Watooka levelled things in the 67th minute off their reliable striker Tony ‘Spirit’ Adams.But, after a scoreless extra time, Block 22 were able to convert their chances from the penalty spot and walked away 3-1 winners.The finals will be preceded by the third place playoff match between the losing semifinalists Silvertown and former champions Blueberry Hill at 18:30hrs.The losing finalists get $500 000, third place winners receive $300 000 and fourth $150, 00.The main sponsors are Ansa McAl behind their STAG beer brand while Babaloo’s Car Rental, Trophy Stall, Alex Bunbury, Bella’s Lumber Yard, Premier Sportz Fashion and Eagles United FC also contributed significantly towards the hosting of the tournament.last_img read more