Football Fourstar linebacker Kane Patterson commits to Ohio State

After four players committed as a part of the 2020 recruiting class, Ohio State continued to build its 2019 recruiting class Monday after four-star linebacker Kane Patterson committed to the Buckeyes, announcing his intention on Twitter.615614— Kane Patterson™ ✞ (@kane_prime4) July 9, 2018One of 11 four-star recruits in Ohio State’s class, Patterson is ranked as the No. 8 inside linebacker in the 2019 class according to the 247Sports composite rankings. A native of Nashville, Tennessee, the 6-foot-1, 225-pound linebacker is the No. 6 recruit in the state. Patterson will join running back Master Teague, running back Mitch Rossi and offensive lineman Max Wray as the Tennessee natives on Ohio State’s roster. Patterson joins four-star defensive end Noah Potter, four-star safety Jordan Battle and four-star outside linebacker Cade Stover as the defensive recruits in the Buckeyes’ 2019 class. Patterson is one of 11 players from outside the state of Ohio in the class. read more

5 arraigned for murder of Better Hope money changer daughter

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related2 in custody for murder of Better Hope money changer, daughterJuly 9, 2019In “Crime”BETTER HOPE MURDERS: Mocha resident who allegedly provided guns arrestedJuly 12, 2019In “Crime”BREAKING NEWS: Man, daughter shot dead during robberyJuly 4, 2019In “Crime” Five men were earlier today arraigned for the gunning down of money changer, Aaron Latchman and his teenage daughter, Arianna Latchman at their Better Hope, East Coast Demerara home during a robbery.Anthony Chan, Troy Abrams, Lloyd Sadloo, Sean Thomas called “Yankee” and Mark Rufino appeared before Magistrate Alesha George at the Sparendaam Magistrate’s Court and was not required to plead to the indictable charge when it was read to them.The police stated that on July 4, 2019 at Better Hope, East Coast Demerara (ECD) they murdered Aaron Latchman and Arianna Latchman.The men were remanded to prison and will make their next court appearance on August 15.The police would have arrested four of the five suspects on Thursday last. After the first was arrested at Front Road, La Penitence, Georgetown, he took the police to Dennis Street, Sophia and Parika, where three others were arrested.Additionally, a motorcar used by the bandits that belonged to the dead businessman was found at Front Road, La Penitence. During a search of the vehicle, an illegal firearm and several rounds of ammunition were found.As the detectives worked with several leads, the fifth suspect, a Mocha Arcadia resident was arrested after he was fingered in the murders. He was the one who reportedly provided the four men with the weapons to kill the Latchmans.On July 4, the now dead businessman had dropped off his younger daughter at her lessons and upon his return at home, he was confronted by the two gunmen.  He was held at gunpoint and escorted to the upper flat of his home with his 18-year-old daughter.Reports are that the teen was attacked and shot to her chest when the bandits entered the house through the back door and began demanding cash.They then escorted Latchman into the yard where they shot him multiple times before escaping with a bag of cash.However, a source said that the elder Latchman fought with the bandits and managed to disarm one of them before he was shot.The bandits quickly made good their escape in a white Toyota Carina 212 motor car, leaving a trail of money behind.The man and his daughter were picked up and rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital, where they were pronounced dead on arrival. They were laid to rest on Wednesday last. read more