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.
Dermot Weld wants to see some rain ahead of Big Break’s run in the Etihad Airways Irish 1,000 Guineas on Sunday. “She’s a lovely filly, she’s very talented,” Weld told At The Races. “She’s very like her brother, Famous Name, who won 21 races for me, in that she likes give in the ground. “If we get a little bit of rain later in the week she’ll be very hard to beat in the Irish Guineas. If we don’t, I’d be worried.” Press Association A relatively dry week means the surface at the Curragh is currently good on the straight course. Winner of the Killavullen Stakes last year, the Khalid Abdullah-owned filly is a full sister to Weld’s former stalwart Famous Name and will be aiming to land a Group One which proved so elusive to her sibling.
LeBron James might miss out on the NBA playoffs this season but the Lakers forward is confident he will be back in the postseason mix in years to come.James’ first year in LA has not gone to plan as the Lakers have struggled for consistency and the 34-year-old has struggled with injury. Kevin Durant injury update: Warriors F (ankle) will not play vs. Rockets NBA wrap: DeMar DeRozan lifts Spurs over Mavs on road A game-high 36 points from James helped the Lakers snap a five-game losing streak on Tuesday in a 123-107 win over the Chicago Bulls. It is unlikely to be enough to extend the Lakers’ season, but James believes they will be playoff contenders in the future.”I’ll be watching it if we’re not there, and it looks like our chances are slim to none after each and every game,” he told reporters. “And so many teams in the West are playing well. So you try to get better, but this won’t be the last time I’ll be in the postseason.” Related News He added: “Obviously, I would love for the team to be in the postseason. But right now, it’s not the hand I was dealt, so you play the hand that you were dealt until the dealer shuffles the cards and you’re dealt another hand and can do that.”LeBron James led the way with 36 points and 10 boards in tonight’s #LakersWin in Chicago. pic.twitter.com/cPOJLppXoM— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) March 13, 2019And James says the final matches of the season could be crucial in helping the young Lakers squad. “We’re still playing playoff teams,” James said. “For our young guys to be able to play playoff teams on the road, it’s very key for their development still.”We have an opportunity on this road trip. We go into Toronto our next game. We go into Detroit, who’s a playoff team. We go into Milwaukee at the end of the trip. All playoff teams, all good teams. “Those games will be like playoff games, if we want them to be. They’ll get an opportunity to learn, and I get an opportunity to play with them, so we can take that out of it for sure.”