Pinterest Goshen man coughs near police, claiming to have COVID-19 By Jon Zimney – April 12, 2020 0 313 Facebook Twitter Google+ WhatsApp Facebook Google+ WhatsApp CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews Twitter Pinterest (“Cuffs4” by banspy, Attribution 2.0 Generic) A Goshen man who claimed to have coronavirus coughed on a police officer during his arrest. It happened during a struggle with police.Officers were called to Brookside Manor on Wednesday, April 8, on a report that Robert Smith, 33, punched one woman in the eye and tried to choke another when an argument erupted during a game of Uno.(Photo supplied/Elkhart County Jail)The struggle with police began when the arrived, while he was in the car heading to the hospital for treatment and then, at the jail, according to 95.3 MNC’s reporting partners at The Elkhart Truth.It was at the hospital when investigators say Smith claimed to have COVID-19 and coughed near an officer.Read the original story from The Elkhart Truth. Previous articleGovernor Holcomb announces taskforce to track COVID-19 spendingNext articleMan hospitalized in critical condition after shooting in South Bend Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.
Press Association “I’m sure the lads will be at home watching the fixtures coming out and will be buzzing to get back training,” he told Sky Sports News. “The fixtures will surely give everyone something to look forward to and a real focus and drive to want to be involved in the likes of these games.” Bournemouth’s Goldsands Stadium ground has a capacity of 11,700, something which the likes of Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United are going to have to come to terms with. Work was expected to begin on the stadium to increase the capacity shortly after the south-coast club sealed their promotion to the Premier League in order to meet a rise in ticket demand. However, the other requirements that all grounds must adhere to in order to compete in the Premier League are the priority. As a result, the club will not be able to increase the number of seats by the 2015/16 season. “When all of the factors were weighed up, it just wasn’t feasible to push ahead with expansion of the stadium,” chief executive Neill Blake told the club’s official website. The club’s promotion means that the side will play rivals Southampton in what will be a new experience for both players and fans. “It is a real local derby for the fans and one that we will have to be all guns-blazing,” said Elphick. It’s another exciting challenge that some of the lads haven’t experienced.” The Cherries face a tough run-in at the end of the season where they take on Liverpool on April 16 and Chelsea the week after before completing their season with a heavyweight clash at Old Trafford. “It’s going to be important that we get off to a good start and get as many points as possible and as early as possible,” said Elphick. The players return to pre-season training on June 27 to prepare for the club’s greatest challenge. Bournemouth captain Tommy Elphick is relishing the prospect of an early-season trip to Anfield following the announcement of the Premier League fixtures this morning. Manager Eddie Howe steered his side to the Sky Bet Championship title and the Cherries launch a first ever top flight campaign at home to Aston Villa before tackling Liverpool the following week. “I’m really happy that we’re going to be going to Liverpool early and playing Man United away on the last day,” said Elphick.
JR Smith could be on a new team soon.The Heat are interested in a “salary-designed trade” with the Cavaliers for the 33-year-old shooting guard, according to a report from The Athletic’s Shams Charania, which cites unidentified league sources. Smith will become a free agent after 2019-20.“We have a trade chip in JR Smith, and his contract, where we can take on some money that other teams are trying to get some cap relief from,” Cleveland general manager Koby Altman told reporters in mid-April. “We are actually the only team in the NBA that can provide guaranteed cap relief until July 1. We can guarantee that right now.“So, we’re going to keep on being aggressive adding those assets because we do eventually want to consolidate and be really good at some point.”Smith was traded from the Knicks to Cleveland in January 2015. He was a valuable contributor during the Cavaliers’ championship run in 2015-16 but he has declined since then.He averaged 8.3 points in 2017-18 and just 6.7 during his 11 appearances last season. The veteran has also played for New Orleans and Denver over his 15-year NBA career.The Cavaliers finished 2018-19 with a 19-63 record and missed the playoffs. They mutually agreed to part ways with coach Larry Drew after the season and hired John Beilein away from Michigan to replace him. John Beilein explains decision to leave Michigan for Cavaliers NBA trade rumors: Cavaliers unlikely to deal Kevin Love, would have to be ‘overwhelmed’ by offer The report notes:”The Heat also have contracts they could look to move in the offseason in a deal such as this and would have to absorb Smith’s deal.”Smith played in just 11 games in 2018-19 before he agreed to part ways with the Cavaliers and sat out the rest of the season. Cleveland had a chance to move Smith before the deadline but decided to hold on to him with the hopes of dealing him this summer, according to an earlier report from the Cleveland Plain-Dealer. Related News “Rebuild is not a word we’re going to use here, I saw it more as a renaissance,” Beilein told reporters at his introductory press conference. “Look at all those banners up there. It’s been done before. Why can’t it be done again?”The Cavaliers hold the fifth pick in the 2019 NBA Draft.