Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Stock Image JAMESTOWN – A City of Jamestown man is facing charges after allegedly choking a woman and preventing her from leaving a Bush Street address early Sunday.Jamestown Police say the woman attempted to escape the residence through a bedroom window, however, Antonio Hall, 26, allegedly pulled her back into the apartment, preventing her escape.The woman was eventually able to escape the house and made it to her vehicle, but was confronted by Hall. Police say Hall struck her vehicle’s mirror with a hammer, causing it to break.The woman then fled the area in her vehicle. Although, officers say Hall attempted to search for her at a house on Jefferson Street. Police say Hall was arrested while attempting to break into the Jefferson Street house.Hall is charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief, criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, second-degree unlawful imprisonment and second-degree criminal trespass.Officers say Hall was taken to Jamestown City Jail pending arraignment in the case.
A father and is daughter are currently recovering from bullet wounds after a gun went off inside of a diaper bag.The incident occurred Saturday at a Chuck E. Cheese’s pizza parlor in Birmingham, Alabama.According to police records, the father, who was not identified was changing his daughter’s diaper in the backseat of his vehicle when he either went to reached inside of the diaper bag or picked up the diaper bag causing a loaded gun that was packed inside of it to go off.Authorities reported that the bullet traveled through the father’s leg and then the child’s leg before becoming lodged inside of the father’s chest. Doctors reported that child’s injuries were non life threatening and that she will be ok. The father was listed in serious condition.
A DEFAULT notice has been issued on the Cayman Islands home owned by embattled former CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb.According to Cayman Island Compass, the notice has been levied on the property after loan payments have fallen almost US$41,630 in areas.Reports have surfaced that a restriction was placed on the property in July 2015, with a deadline set for December 2, after the assets of Webb were frozen by a United States court last year.Two weeks after the deadline passed attorneys for Fidelity Bank sought to recover the amount they claimed was owed on the property since November 2, 2016, according to the land records.“By this letter, we give you notice to pay the arrears immediately,” the notice stated, further indicating that the total amount still owed stood at US$367,326.If full payment of the arrears was not received within seven days of the notice, the bank stated, the property would be advertised for sale and could be sold within three months of the demand notice.Webb is currently facing racketeering and money-laundering charges in relation to deals brokered on behalf of world football’s governing body FIFA during his tenure as an executive.Public records show that the property was gifted to Webb in 1998 by a relative, but in November 2002, a $390,000 charge was taken on the property via a loan from British American Bank Ltd. The name of the bank was changed to Fidelity over 10 years ago.(Sportsmax)