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first_imgThe family of teenager at the center of the video that shows a Broward Sheriff’s deputy slamming his head on the ground in front of a crowd of high school students in Tamarac is speaking out for the first time.His mother Clintina Rolle spoke with NBC6https://www.850wftl.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Mother-of-roughed-up-teen.mp3The video of the rough arrest of 15 year-old Delucca Rolle has since gone viral.Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony is asking the public to not judge his deputies until the investigation into the case is complete saying they deserve due process.Also, that the incident may have simply been a de-escalation technique.https://www.850wftl.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Gregory-Tony.mp3Deputy Christopher Krickovich and Sgt. Gregory LaCerra have been suspended with pay pending the outcome of an internal investigation.Sheriff Tony says he does not agree with the Broward State Attorney’s Office dropping all the charges against the teen.Rolle was initially arrested on charges of assaulting a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest and trespassing. Prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump held a news conference Thursday to discuss the treatment of a teenager whose rough arrest by Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies has gained national attention.Crump and the NAACP are getting involved in the treatment of Delucca Rolle, who was pepper sprayed, thrown to the ground and punched by deputies April 18 outside a McDonald’s in Tamarac. Sheriff Gregory Tony is calling for due process for the suspended deputies involved in the incident.Crump, however, said the video clearly shows that the deputies were in the wrong.“They were not acting like responsible professionals with proper training, following procedures,” he said.last_img read more


first_imgSIX teams will compete against one another in the annual Roy Fredericks Cup, billed for this Sunday at the Blairmont Estate ground. The defending champions, home team Blairmont Blazers, will face a strong challenge from D’Edward Sports Club, Young Warriors, Cotton Tree Die Hard, Metamorza CC (WBD) and Blairmont Under-19 – the other teams set to participate in the one-day tournament.Apart from the Roy Fredericks Cup tournament, the club has planned a complete day of sports.The day’s activity will see teams compete in 10/10 cricket, table tennis, volleyball, football and dominoes competitions.The table tennis competition will be played in the Under-15, Under-19 and Open categories. The volleyball will be a four-a-side tournament, while the football will be played with five players per team on short goal format.Interested individuals and team who wish to be a part of the activities can contact Shabeer Baksh on 628-6767 or Greens Massive on 627-5215.last_img read more


first_img Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Since Shannon Doepking took over as head coach of Syracuse this offseason, she’s tried to overhaul the team’s approach to hitting. Instead of stringing together singles, Doepking has preached new swing patterns to produce more homeruns, even if hitters swing and miss more often. On Sunday afternoon, Syracuse (10-18, 2-4 Atlantic Coast) fulfilled Doepking’s vision. For the third time this season, the Orange hit multiple home runs to defeat Boston College (10-16, 2-4), 8-3, and avoid a weekend sweep.In a game that Syracuse had four fewer hits than BC, the long ball was the difference. Junior outfielder Toni Martin hit her team-leading fourth homer of the season in the fifth inning. Martin’s two-run shot and sophomore Gabby Teran’s first two home runs of the season lifted Syracuse past the Eagles. Three of SU’s four hits left the park. Though the Eagles scored first — on a first inning Emme Martinez single — Syracuse piled on runs in the second and third frames with heads-up baserunning. In the second inning, Alex Acevedo stole her first base of the season after reaching on a lined single to right field. Acevedo then advanced to third on a ground out before scoring on a Boston College throwing error. Teran led off the next inning by pulling her first home run of the game — and the season — over the left field fence. Teran finished the game 2-of-3 with a walk, three RBIs and a stolen base.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLater in the third inning, SU took advantage of another BC fielding mistake. Bryce Holmgren walked, then took two more bases on an error. After a pitching change, Holmgren scored on a wild pitch to make it 3-1. The Eagles finished with three errors on the day.Martin’s fifth inning homer and Teran’s second home run of the game gave SU the 7-1 lead. Martin scored in the seventh inning on an Anya Gonzalez sacrifice fly to make it 8-1. After allowing four earned runs to BC on Friday, Alexa Romero silenced the Eagles’ bats and earned her sixth win. Romero surrendered three earned runs in her eighth complete game of the season. center_img Published on March 24, 2019 at 2:30 pm Contact Danny: [email protected] | @DannyEmermanlast_img read more