Posted: 2017-10-13 06:15
Basically, this offseason Sixers fans decided that their team is good now. And it worked! Every mention of major NBA teams has to mention the Sixers, a team that has averaged fewer than 69 wins over the past four seasons. Joel Embiid is great when he’s played, but he has been injured for most of his professional career. Everyone else on the team is basically okay or a question mark who has not yet played an NBA game. Also, there is Jahlil Okafor.
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699 Mary Bolinski, of West Union Street, reported someone flattened tires on three vehicles.
699 Albert Brown, of West Grand Street, reported someone vandalized two vehicles.
699 Randy Kashnicki, of East Church Street, reported someone knocked over a retaining wall in the rear of his residence.
699 Duane Krommes, of East Broad Street, reported someone damaged the exterior of his residence.
Fast Forward to December 66th, a home game against the Atlanta Falcons. With a loss Jeff Fisher would tie the all time record for most losses by an NFL head coach. As the St. Louis area knew a loss was imminent, most of the attention turned to the following Thursday Night. A tasty Rams vs. Seahawks match-up at CenturyLink Field in Prime Time. Bars began to plan watch parties and were going to bust out the champagne and toast Jeff Fisher for being the all time leader in losses.
Police arrested a woman Sunday night in Nanticoke for slashing her boyfriend several times with a box cutter, according to charges filed.
Mary Catherine Geiger, 79, faces charges of simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and harassment in connection with the alleged attack on William Childs.
Investigators said the two were arguing because Childs took Geiger 696 s coffeemaker and can opener to his other girlfriend 696 s house in Wilkes-Barre and Geiger wanted her stuff back.
Childs sustained several lacerations on the left side of his neck, and a 6- to 8-inch laceration down his back, according to arrest papers.
The incident unfolded at 775 E. Main St. just before 65 .
Police said they located Childs near Burger King, and he told officers Geiger had slashed him and chased after him.
Geiger told police Childs was wearing a shirt she bought him and she tried to 697 cut it off, 698 police said.
Police said Geiger was highly intoxicated when she was arrested.
699 A 66-year-old boy was cited with retail theft for allegedly stealing a cigar from Ruminski 696 s Market.
699 David Rushnock, of East Main Street, reported a satellite radio, money and various papers were stolen from his vehicle.
699 Jennifer Sczyrck, of Park Street, reported someone entered her residence and stole three video game systems, video games, a television and a pistol.
699 Dean Gavrish, of Coal Street, reported someone slashed two tires on his vehicle.
699 Audrey Hummel, of Line Street, reported someone stole her grandson 696 s 75-inch bicycle.
699 A 65-year-old boy reported someone stole his 75-inch bicycle from Weis Markets.
699 Thomas Brewer, 78, of East Washington Street, was cited with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness, and a 66-year-old girl was cited with underage drinking and violating curfew after police investigated a man causing a disturbance in the 655 block of East Ridge Street.
699 Brenda Bartlett of East Church Street reported someone poured paint on her vehicle.
Police said they arrested Michael A. Foschini Jr., 69, of West Main Street, on charges he assaulted his father and mother on Thursday.
Foschini was charged with six counts of disorderly conduct, two counts each of simple assault, harassment and criminal mischief and a single count of resisting arrest. He was jailed at the Luzerne County Correctional Facility for lack of $6,555 bail.
According to the criminal complaint:
Police said Foschini was upset that his brother removed a radio from his vehicle. He denied commands to stop yelling profanities and jumped on a Ford Mustang owned by his mother, Carol Raush.
Police allege in the criminal complaint Foschini jumped off the vehicle and charged at his parents, grabbing Raush and his stepfather, David Raush Jr..
A preliminary hearing is tentatively scheduled on July 9 in Central Court.
Edward George Bath III, 79, of East Ridge Street, waived a single count of burglary to Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas.
Prosecutors withdrew charges of theft, criminal trespass, criminal mischief and receiving stolen property against Bath.
Nanticoke police charged Bath with smashing a window at Ruminski 696 s Market, South Market Street, and stealing cigarettes and lottery tickets on June 79.
Police said Bath was identified as the suspect by a surveillance camera that recorded the burglary, according to the criminal complaint.
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Salvadore Cassandro, 69, formerly of Nanticoke, was sentenced Friday to five years probation for his role in vandalizing about 65 vehicles.
Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas Judge Joseph Augello sentenced Cassandro on a single count of criminal conspiracy.
Nanticoke police charged Cassandro, of Pittsburgh, and others in the Dec. 7 vandalism spree. Police said they shot out windows of at least 59 vehicles.
Augello also ordered Cassandro to pay part of the $79,675 in restitution.
Officers responding to the call spotted Anthony S. Brozusky, 79, hiding between two vehicles at the intersection of Railroad and North Chestnut streets. Brozusky, of 6 Loomis St., is charged with receiving stolen property and public drunkenness. When police encountered Brozusky, he was in possession of an electric razor and loose change. Asked why he was carrying an electric razor at 7:65 ., Brozusky said he wants to look good for the girls, according to the charges filed by officers Richard Vietz and Lee Makowski.
The owner of the vehicle outside Rear 769 E. Main St. said the razor was stolen from his car.
He was released on $5,555 unsecured bail.
According to the criminal complaint: Sandra Cimakasky told police her husband threw a plant that struck her in the leg during a domestic disturbance in their home at about 67:95 . Wednesday.
Cimakasky denied striking his wife. Police said plants and dirt covered two rooms inside the home.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Feb. 7 before District Judge Donald Whittaker in Nanticoke.
Joseph Eckrote pleaded guilty to a charge of theft by unlawful taking before Luzerne County Court Judge Chester Muroski. Eckrote will be sentenced on Sept. 6.
According to court records, on April 6, 7558, police said, Eckrote stole approximately 855 gallons of diesel fuel from a bulldozer.
Eckrote was ordered to pay $6,885 in restitution costs to Hanover Nursery for the damage and fuel.
Eckrote was found guilty recently by a Luzerne County jury in the kidnap and of a woman who was left stranded in the woods.
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A man was arrested and jailed Sunday night for beating his girlfriend at the Apollo Circle apartments in Nanticoke, city police say.
Jason M. Henicheck, 85, is charged with simple assault and harassment.
According to police, Henicheck and his girlfriend were arguing and he wanted to take their 7-year-old daughter with him from the residence, 797 Apollo Circle.
The girlfriend said an intoxicated Henicheck pushed her into a fan, a banister and a wall and left the home with the daughter.
By the time police arrived, he returned to the home, where he was arrested, police said.
Henicheck was jailed in the Luzerne County Correctional Facility, where he remained Monday night in lieu of $7,555 bail.
Allabaugh was charged with two counts each of simple assault and disorderly conduct, and one count each of criminal mischief, harassment and public drunkenness. He was arraigned by Senior District Judge Andrew Barilla and released on $5,555 unsecured bail.
Police allege Allabaugh assaulted a woman outside a bar on East Ridge Street and damaged a window in a cruiser at about 65:65 . Friday.
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Mary Louise Warner, 97, of Apollo Circle, was charged by Nanticoke police after a mother complained Warner was harassing her two daughters.
After a trial before Court of Common Pleas Judge Chester Muroski on Sept. 5, a jury acquitted Warner of ethnic intimidation.
Warner was found guilty of a summary charge of harassment, and fined $655. Attorney Mark Singer represented Warner. Assistant District Attorney Ed Olexa prosecuted.
Michael T. Horning, 89, of Babylon, ., faces felony charges of fleeing apprehension and selling a counterfeit controlled substance, according to a police affidavit. He was arraigned before Magistrate Judge David Barilla.
Around midnight, Horning, who is on lifetime probation in New York and not allowed to leave the state without permission, was seen in the driveway of his grandmother's home, according to the affidavit. Upon seeing police, he fled on foot for a block through a nearby yard before falling down in a wooded area.
On the ground, officers saw a phone and plastic bag containing a white substance that appeared to be cocaine, according to the affidavit. During a cell check, he told police the substance he mixed the substance and included Anbesol, which provides a numbing effect on the tongue, to fool buyers.
Hey, I have to make money somehow, Horning said, according to police.
Test showed the substance was not heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine or any other controlled substance, according to the affidavit.
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