Related Stories OH, WHAT A KNIGHT: Syracuse surges past Rutgers with 21-0 1st-half run, Boeheim moves ahead of Bob Knight with 903rd career win Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim discusses the significance of his 903rd victory with the Orange. With Syracuse’s 78-53 victory over Rutgers, Boeheim surpassed Bob Knight, who has 902 wins and was second all-time amongst Division-I basketball coaches in victories. Boeheim is the only coach to have this many wins at one university. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 2, 2013 at 11:00 pm
Toronto Blue Jays catcher Reese McGuire was arrested last weekend in Dunedin, Fla., and charged with exposure of sexual organs in a public parking lot outside a strip mall, per Sportsnet’s Shi Davidi.According to the report, McGuire was inside an SUV when he allegedly exposed himself. He is expected to appear at the Criminal Court Complex on March 16 in Clearwater. “The Blue Jays are aware of the recent police incident involving catcher Reese McGuire,” the team said in a statement Wednesday. “He has been in communication with the club and we are working to gather more information. Out of respect for the legal process, neither he nor the club will comment any further at this time.”The Daily Mail revealed more information from the police report on Thursday, including details on the interaction between the police and McGuire at the time of the arrest. In the incident report, it states that the witness said McGuire was “sitting and masturbating in a white Mercedes SUV in the parking lot,” and that the subject was clearly naked from the waist down.”As Reese exited the driver’s side door, he repeatedly stated, ‘I’m sorry, I’m so sorry, this is really embarrassing.’ … ‘I really shouldn’t have been doing that.'”The incident report also mentioned how the officer inquired about why he chose to masturbate in a densely-populated public place. “Reese stated he ‘wasn’t trying to be seen.’ I pointed out that he was in a vehicle with no tint and parked in the busiest portion of the parking lot, surrounded by cars on all sides and masturbating at 2 p.m. on a Friday afternoon. Reese acknowledged that he should have known people would see him.”He was not clear why he was in the parking lot other than to be “hanging out.”McGuire appeared in 44 games during his first two seasons in MLB, all with Toronto. He was drafted 14th overall by the Pirates in 2013 and is a top catching prospect, listed second on the Blue Jays’ depth chart.
Suriname piracy/murder PIPolice in Berbice on Monday arrested a teenager who was allegedly taking pictures of witnesses in the Suriname piracy attack/murder preliminary inquiry.The 16-year-old was taken into custody while at the Springlands Magistrate’s Court.Reports are the main suspect, Nakool Manohar, called ‘Fyah’, had allegedly issued death threats to witnesses when they appeared in court to testify. He was charged for the murder of Tilacknauth Mohabir, called “Caiman”.It is alleged that between April 26 and May 3, 2018, while at sea, Manohar and Premchand Persaud, aka ‘Sinbad’ murdered Mohabir.However, the two are not the only ones charged for that murder. Alexander DenHeart is also facing a charge for the murder of Tilacknauth MohabirOn Monday, the matter was called for the first time before Magistrate Alex Moore, who questioned the rationale behind the men being charged separately for the same murder. Magistrate Moore said deliberating filing separate jackets defeats the rule where two proceedings are identical.The prosecution is contending that DenHeart is a witness against the two, and if charged jointly, he will not be able to give evidence against his co-accused. The Prosecution was given until January 29th to prove to the court why all accused should not be charged jointly.Between April 27 and 28, 2018, several Guyanese fishermen were killed when pirates attacked their boats in the Atlantic Ocean.Four boats with a total of 20 fishermen were victims of the attacks, during which some persons were burned with hot oil, attacked with cutlasses, and forced to jump overboard with anchors tied to their feet at Wia Wia Bank in the Atlantic Ocean. To date some of the men are still missing.