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first_imgAttempted murder in the 1st degree, a class A1 felony,Attempted murder in the 2nd degree, a class B felonyCriminal use of a firearm, in the 1st degree, a class B felonyTwo counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the 2nd degree, a class C felonyTwo counts of attempted criminal possession of a weapon in the 2nd degree, a class D felonyCriminal possession of a weapon in the 3rd degree, a class D felonyResisting arrest, a misdemeanor The Broome County District Attorney Michael A. Korchak’s Office says 28-year-old Macoley F. Saunders was indicted on the following charges: BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — A Johnson City man was indicted for attempted murder of a police officer in Broome County on Sept. 3, officials announced Tuesday. Reading on our news app? Click here! The full indictment is posted below:center_img District Attorney Korchak tells 12 News Saunders pleaded not guilty in court. Of the indictment, Korchak said “Macoley F. Saunders discharged a 9mm pistol, while he was being arrested by police officers. He was in possession of a knife, in addition to the firearm. The defendant also attempted to take a firearm from the holster of a police officer during the struggle.”last_img read more

first_imgLaCROSSE, Wis. – The United Rebel Sprint Series will go to extremes this weekend as they first visit the quarter mile Bullring at the Rush County Fairgrounds in LaCrosse, Kan., on Friday night and then pack up and head to the big half mile at the famed Belleville Highbanks Saturday to fill the card of the Belleville Midget Nationals Championship night.Leading the Rebels into the $500 to win show on Friday will be point leader Steven Richardson out of Liberal, who recently won the first night of the Wheatshocker Nationals in Hays. Looking for their first URSS win of the season will be Plainville’s Jed Werner who sits a mere 20 points be­hind in second and Quinter’s Zach Blurton, only two points behind Werner in third.Oklahoma’s Ty Williams who won in Lexington, Neb., sits fourh with North Platte winner McCook Neb.’s Darren Berry rounding out the top five. As of yet there are no repeat winners this year in the series.The Bullring is one of the drivers’ favorite tracks as it is always immaculately prepared and never disappoints when it comes to wheel-to-wheel action. Races start at 7 p.m.On Saturday. the Rebels will pack up, make a big gear change and head to Belleville to be part of Championship night for the USAC Belleville Midget Nationals.Last year’s winner J.D. Johnson will return to defend his title and will once again try to lay claim to the $2,000 winner’s share with a minimum of $300 to start. Ty Williams will once again return and try to better his last performance there this year, as he was the class of the field as he rim rode on the fence and came from last to third before being involved in a mishap and ending his night.Other hard runners coming will be Blurton who always runs hard at Belleville as do Jed Werner, Brian Herbert and a host of cars from Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado and Oklahoma.last_img read more

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error This will be Syndergaard’s first career postseason appearance. His key to the game?“The establishment of being able to throw my fastball to both sides of the plate,” he said. “I mean, big league hitters can catch up to the fastball to no matter how hard it is. So as long as you’re able to change speeds, I feel like I’m going to have success.” Like Clayton Kershaw and Jacob deGrom on Friday, Greinke and Mets starter Noah Syndergaard will have to contend with a hitter-friendly atmosphere today in Game 2 of the National League Division Series.The heat (the temperature was 92 degrees at game time Friday) is expected to settle in the mid-80s in time for the first pitch today. Syndergaard, 23, went 9-7 with a 3.24 earned-run average in 24 starts for the Mets. The rookie right-hander has dialed his fastball up to 99 mph on occasion this season.Greinke offers a contrasting style, a reliance on mind games over miles per hour. It worked quite well for the 31-year-old veteran as he led MLB with a 1.66 earned-run average, making him a favorite to win the National League Cy Young Award.“I think experience kind of helps being in the playoffs,” Greinke said, “because I do sort of treat it sort of similar to just a regular game or I try to as much as possible. The first time in the playoffs is a little bit different. I feel it’s helped out just trying to keep it as similar as just any other game.”center_img Zack Greinke was crushing the ball.Sure, it was only batting practice and sure, it was a sweltering Thursday afternoon, not the calm, cool air typical of Dodger Stadium in October. But Greinke doesn’t often crush the ball. For all his talent at the plate (he’s the only pitcher Don Mattingly batted eighth all season) Greinke does more damage via batting average than slugging percentage.But Greinke noticed.“It’s been traveling all year, it seems like,” he said. “Yeah, it is pretty hot, so it should travel a little bit more than average. But the same weather both teams have to play with.”last_img read more