Couple charged with homicide in death of 12-year-old boy

first_imgA couple from Pennsylvania are currently facing homicide charges for the horrific death of a 12-year-old boy in their custody.Lebanon County Investigators began investigating Kimberly Maurer and the child’s biological father, Scott Schollenberger after they were called to the couple’s home about an unresponsive 12-year-old boy.When authorities arrived to the home on May 26th, they found the 12-year-old dead unresponsive and naked on his bed covered in fecal matter. The child was  ruled deceased at the scene.Responding officers immediately then requested assistance from the Lebanon County Detective Burearu after witnessing the conditions the child had been forced to live in.According to the report, the room in which the child lived in was completely bare except for a bed that was covered in fecal matter and a pile of clothing that also had fecal matter on them. The room also had no form of lighting and the window directly above the child’s bed was permanently covered with louvere doors that required tools to open. Other windows in the child’s room had shades duct taped to the frames. The locks on the room allowed those outside of the room to lock the doors at their will and it was found that the only liquid in the child’s room was a single cup that contain an inch of water.Investigators also found that the couple who have had custody of the child for nearly a decade, failed to enrolled the child in school and or taken him to doctors appointments.When authorities asked neighbors about the 12-year-old child some said they had not seen him in sometime, while others were not even aware that of the 12-year-old.Authorities also reported that the couple shared other biological children whom they raised as a family unit and who all appeared to be great shape both mentally and physically.A medical examiner ruled that the 12-year-old child died of blunt force trauma to the head and of complications from starvation/malnutrition. The child was said to have only weighed 47.5 pounds at his death and was only 50 inches tall.last_img read more

FC Goa co-owner Virat Kohli Wants to Invest Further in Indian Football

first_imgNew Delhi: His passion for the game of football is no secret, but India’s cricket captain Virat Kohli wants to go further with his love for the beautiful game and wishes to involve himself on a larger scale in improving the standard of the game in India post-retirement.Co-owner of FC Goa in the Indian Super League, Kohli feels the game has a lot of potential in the country and can actually reach the next level. And he wants to help in this endeavor once he hangs his boots.“Football has always intrigued me. I love it. I see myself being involved more, and at a larger scale. Football has huge potential in India and I want to see it grow to a great level. That would be amazing,” he told FIFA.com.With the number of countries in the 2026 edition of the World Cup increased to 48, quite a few teams will be looking to make it to the showpiece event. And Kohli believes the day isn’t far when the Indians will also be playing in the football World Cup.“Honestly, not far off. We have improved drastically in our football over the last three-four years. With new talent coming in to make the difference, and our skipper Sunil Chhetri leading the team with amazing composure and inspiration, I see us qualifying very soon for the World Cup,” he said.The cricket captain feels it is a shame that someone as talented as Chhetri hasn’t been able to play on the greatest stage.“It’s a sad fact to realize, especially after all that he’s done for the nation. If anyone deserves it, it’s him. And the team should rally behind that motivation and qualify, and dedicate it to him. He’s an absolute champion and an inspirational human being,” the batsman said. IANSAlso Read: ‘Cristiano Ronaldo Inspires Everyone, He is on Another Level’: Virat Kohlilast_img read more

Men’s golf: Jordan Hahn takes home Boilermaker Invitational title, adding another feat to illustrious UW career

first_imgThe golf world was buzzing this weekend as Tiger Woods prevailed at The Masters for his 15th major championship, but Badger fans were brought a master of their own as senior Jordan Hahn took home an individual title at the Boilermaker Invitational Sunday.Sunday’s final round was canceled due to rain, leaving Hahn at the top of the leaderboard through 36 holes. Hahn finished at an impressive 9-under par through two rounds, winning by a comfortable two strokes at Purdue’s Kampen Course in West Lafayette, Indiana.Men’s golf: Strong finishes from Jordan Hahn, Griffin Barela bring optimism entering final month of seasonComing off their first team title since 2015 at the Pinetree Intercollegiate, the University of Wisconsin men’s golf team has Read…Hahn was joined by teammates Griffin Barela, Pete Kuhl, Sam Anderson, Cameron Frazier and Brett Robinson who all competed individually. The team played to a combined score of even par, placing them at tied for seventh place out of 15 schools.Kampen Course is by no means a walk in the park. Designed by famous golf architect Pete Dye, the course provides a strong challenge and has hosted countless Big Ten and NCAA championships.The challenge certainly did not scare Hahn. He adds a fourth top-10 finish in his final season and eleventh as a Badger to his remarkable career. His victory marks the third individual title in his four-year career and the first solo win for the Badgers since 2006.Men’s Golf: Badgers look forward to spring season with high ambitionsAfter a 10th place finish in last year’s Big Ten championships lead by a top 10 individual performance from then Read…“I know this win means a lot to Jordan,” Head Coach Michael Burcin said. “Kampen Golf Course is one of the toughest tests in the country and he beat a bunch of really great players. Winning on great courses is always impressive, and he continues to build his resume as one of the greatest to ever play at Wisconsin. Watching his progression has been so much fun.”The Badgers look to finish the season strong with a trip to Philadelphia at the end of April to compete for the Big Ten team title. Hahn will look to add a Big Ten title of his own — one that has eluded him for the past four years — to an already extraordinary Badger career.last_img read more

Wellington Rec Rap: March 18 – April 8… includes information about John Michael Montgomery concert

first_imgComing up  April 1st-8th…Mosaic Magic, an art class for adults will be held at the Elsass Art Center, Monday and Tuesday, April 1st-2nd. A Paintball Trip is planned for Saturday, April 6th for 6th-12th graders. Bus leaves from the WRC at 12:15 pm and returns at 5:30 pm. New Leagues! Cal Ripken Baseball and Babe Ruth Softball are offering Open Leagues this spring for the first time for those who wish to play at a more competitive level. Register by Friday, March 29th. Please call the WRC at 326-3323 and  talk to Tanner for more information. Kidz Cupcakez will be held Monday, Mar. 25th from 4-5 pm at the Recreation Center, for 3-6 year olds. Youth Soccer for 1st-8th graders begins Monday, April 8th at Worden Park. Games are on Mondays and Thursdays. Registration is still open with a late fee. Instructional Soccer for 5 year olds- Kindergarten takes place on Saturdays, April 6th-27th. Easter Eggcellent Hunt; Thursday, Mar. 28th from 8-9 pm at Melody Bowl, for families. Register for the Recreational League of Cal Ripken Baseball and Babe Ruth Softball by 5:00 pm on Friday, March 29th, to bypass a late fee. Divisions include 9 & 10 year olds and 11 & 12 year olds. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Sign up for Swim Team Stroke Refinement through the WRC. This pre-season training begins Sunday, March 24th-May 5th, (excluding Easter, March 31st) at the SW College Indoor Aquatic Center. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The following is the Wellington Rec Rap for March 18 – April 8.Get your tickets to see John Michael Montgomery in concert at the Grand Re-Opening of Memorial Auditorium on Friday, April 5th! General Admission and  Reserved Tickets are available at the Rec Center and the Chamber office.Join March Madness at the Fitness Center.  FC Members may sign in 12 or more times (while exercising at the FC) through March 31st.  A drawing will be held on the 31st for a 3 month single Membership. The 4th session of Goju-Ryu Karate will be held at the WRC Tuesdays and Saturdays, April 2nd-30th. Celebrate Spring Break all week!  All 4th-12th graders can come to the Memorial Auditorium for Spring Break Open Gym, March 18th-22nd.  Play basketball, Wii, Xbox and other games from 1-4 pm each day.last_img read more

Week 12 Fantasy Busts: Tom Brady, Amari Cooper, Brandin Cooks among risky ‘starts’

first_imgOur Week 12 fantasy busts start with the Colts’ running game (Jonathan Williams) on Thursday night and continue into the biggest game on Sunday, Patriots vs. Cowboys (Tom Brady, Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper, and more). So, if you’re one of the owners inclined to make start ’em, sit ’em decisions based on the NFL game you’ll be watching on TV, this might be the week to avoid that. With the fantasy playoffs right around the corner, avoiding busts is more important that ever. We take some pretty big swings at quarterback this week, although if you look at them just on paper, they make sense. Both Josh Allen and Prescott have one of the worst matchups a fantasy QB can have, so calling them potential busts is definitely fair. And we’ve doubled down on the Cowboys passing game with Dak’s running mate Amari Cooper as another possible bust (and we even threw in the Patriots D/ST, too). WEEK 12 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerWe’re also especially down on the Denver passing game, with both Courtland Sutton and Noah Fant finding their way to our busts list. If there are two things the Buffalo defense does well, it’s shut down No. 1 WRs (shoutout Tre’Davious White) and eliminate tight end production, so you might want to stay away from those guys.We were definitely spot on last week in our David Johnson bust pick. He’s reached droppable territory in fantasy leagues. Derrius Guice also saw limited enough usage in his debut that our bust call on him was mostly accurate, though a garbage-time touchdown salvaged his day. And Le’Veon Bell certainly didn’t play like a top-10 RB.WEEK 12 DFS LINEUPS: FD cash | FD GPP | DK cash | DK GPP | Y! cash | Y! GPPWeek 11 also saw down games for Carson Wentz and Jared Goff, just like we predicted. Both Kenny Golladay and Christian Kirk underwhelmed, too, as did Darren Fells. Our biggest misses were at tight end, where Zach Ertz and Kyle Rudolph played well. When your most prominent whiffs come at TE, you had a solid week.For our Week 12 sleeper picks, click here.LISTEN TO THE SN FANTASY WEEK 12 PREVIEW PODCAST BELOWWeek 12 Fantasy Busts: Running backsBrian Hill/Devonta Freeman, Falcons vs. Buccaneers (Billy Heyen). The Buccaneers have the second-stingiest fantasy defense against running backs. If Freeman (foot) is back, he adds an additional question mark in what is already a difficult matchup.Devin Singletary, Bills vs. Broncos (Vinnie Iyer). This feels like a field-goal game where all kinds of offense will be hard to find, and Denver’s run defense has shored up of late.Jonathan Williams/Jordan Wilkins, Colts (Matt Lutovsky). One of these guys will be the primary ball carrier for the Colts with Marlon Mack (hand) out, but neither is a particularly high-upside play. If both are active, then this is too much of a mess to wade into. If Wilkins (ankle) remains out, then Williams is a decent FLEX, but don’t expect a repeat of his Week 11 showing against a Houston run defense that allows a good chunk of its standard RB fantasy points through the air, not on the ground (98.8 rushing points allowed this season, 85.4 receiving, not counting two-point conversions). (Update: Wilkins will play on Thursday, likely hurting Williams’ value.)MORE WEEK 12:Waiver pickups | FAAB planner | Stock watch | Snap counts | Fantasy playoff SOSWeek 12 Fantasy Football Busts: QuarterbacksJosh Allen, Bills vs. Broncos (Heyen). Denver’s allowed the third-fewest fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks this season. Allen has gotten almost entirely rid of the turnovers, so that’s not the worry here – the Bills might just struggle a bit to move the ball through the air. Tom Brady, Patriots vs. Cowboys (Iyer). They should try to stay grounded with ball control as they don’t want to get into a shootout, and the matchup is tough enough.Dak Prescott, Cowboys @ Patriots (Lutovsky). Prescott has been great this year…against weaker defenses. Sure, he did light up the Vikings’ solid pass defense just two weeks ago, but he’s even had his struggles against relatively weak defenses like the Jets and Eagles. Either way, the Patriots remain the gold standard, allowing by far the fewest fantasy points per game (FPPG) to QBs, and while they’ve certainly padded their stats against weak competition, too, they have shut down Ben Roethlisberger and Carson Wentz.  WEEK 12 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endWeek 12 Fantasy Football Busts: Wide receiversCourtland Sutton, Broncos @ Bills (Heyen). Sutton will get a game full of Tre’Davious White, which hasn’t worked out great for basically anyone this season. If you’re still starting Sutton, you can’t rely on a big day out of him.Brandin Cooks, Rams vs. Ravens (Iyer). He should return from his concussion just in time for a brutal matchup with revenge-minded former Rams cornerback Marcus Peters.Amari Cooper, Cowboys @ Patriots (Lutovsky). Cooper (knee) is banged up, playing a season-low 55-percent of snaps last week and failing to produce against a weaker Lions secondary. This week, he gets arguably the top corner in football, Stephon Gilmore. It’s tough to sit someone as talented as Cooper, but this might be the week to do it. MORE WEEK 12 DFS: Values | Stacks | Lineup BuilderWeek 12 Fantasy Football Busts: Tight endsJared Cook, Saints vs. Panthers (Heyen). The Panthers have allowed the fourth-fewest fantasy points to tight ends in 2019. Cook salvaged a two-target Week 11 with a score, so if you assume Carolina can keep him out of the end zone, there many positives here.Jacob Hollister, Seahawks @ Eagles (Iyer). The new Will Dissly will cool off as Seattle attacks Philadelphia more on the outside.Noah Fant, Broncos @ Bills (Lutovsky). Fant has produced the past two games with Brandon Allen under center, but we’re not sold on his ability to be consistent. The Bills defend TEs better than anyone except the 49ers, so there’s no reason to take a chance on Fant this week.  Week 12 Fantasy Busts: DefensesAtlanta Falcons vs. Buccaneers (Heyen). The Bucs’ WRs are just too good to not feast on the terrible Atlanta secondary, and I’m betting that outweighs the inevitable Jameis Winston turnovers. The Falcons will be a hot streamer pickup this week, but they might be fools good.San Francisco 49ers vs. Packers (Iyer). They didn’t contain much vs. Kyler Murray, so against Aaron Rodgers isn’t where you want to play them.New England Patriots vs. Cowboys (Lutovsky). This might seem counterintuitive after picking Prescott and Cooper to bust, but no team allows fewer fantasy points to D/STs than Dallas. We see this as a low-scoring game that won’t yield many sacks or turnovers in addition to limited points. Prescott could easily throw for 220 yards and a score and not help fantasy teams, while the Pats defense could easily get one sack, one takeaway, and allow 14 points – thus not helping its owners much either.last_img read more