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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_imgCAIRO, Egypt (Reuters) – Uganda won at the Africa Cup of Nations finals for the first time in more than 40 years, as they upset the Democratic Republic (DR) of Congo 2-0 in their opening Group A match at the Cairo International Stadium yesterday.Both goals came from set-pieces as Patrick Kaddu headed home a 14th-minute corner and then Emmanuel Okwi got a touch onto a free kick just after halftime.Uganda last won at the finals in 1978 when they beat Nigeria in the semi-finals and finished runners-up to hosts Ghana.Yesterday’s surprise win served notice of the potential of a team not given much chance of progressing past the first round.Kaddu attacked the ball at the near post and got a sharp angle to his twisting header for the first goal.He had a good chance to score a second, also with a header from a cross-field ball, just three minutes later but put it wide of the target as the Congolese defence was beaten again.Uganda also shaved the crossbar with a shot from Farouk Miya four minutes from halftime while at the other end their goalkeeper Denis Onyango had his first save after 43 minutes when he stopped Cedric Bakambu’s effort.Okwi’s goal came when he looped the ball over Congolese goalkeeper Ley Matampi with a flick-on.Miya almost made it 3-0 in the 56th minute with a rasping shot that Matampi did well to save while Congolese substitute Jonathan Bolingi hit the Uganda crossbar with a 70th-minute header.The result is a setback for the languid-looking Congolese, who were semi-finalists in 2015 and quarter-finalists two years ago.The match was played in soaring temperatures of over 30 degrees Celsius and in front of a largely empty stadium, in stark contrast to Friday’s opening game where some 70 000 fans packed the iconic venue for the opening game of the tournament as hosts Egypt beat Zimbabwe 1-0.last_img read more

first_imgFor all her brilliance and experience and that bloody-minded determination of a champion, there were two things Serena Williams simply could not overcome at Wimbledon on Monday.One was Round-of-16 opponent Sabine Lisicki, who produced the performance of a lifetime to clinch a stunning upset – 6-2, 1-6, 6-4.The other was age. Williams’ astonishing form throughout 2013, good enough for a 34-match winning streak of imperious dominance, was such that she had begun to seem timeless. Yet it must be remembered that Williams is now 31 years old and the exception rather than the rule in what is increasingly a young woman’s game.While all her advantages in terms of technique and power and court smarts are too much for most of her out-matched opponents to deal with, those capable and brave enough to stick to a certain plan may increasingly find positive traction against her.Lisicki was game to try to wear Williams down, confident she could stick around long enough for the American’s legs and spirit to get weary. She moved Williams around Centre Court, attacking Serena’s ferocious forehand with wide slicing serves and whipping groundstrokes deep into each corner.It was a tactic that looked ultimately destined to fail when Williams took a 3-0 lead in the deciding set, before Lisicki dug deep once more for a final revival that saw her reel off six out of seven games. At the end, Lisicki sunk forward to her stomach, sobbing in delight and disbelief at the finest moment of her career. The 23-year-old German reached the 2011 semifinals at Wimbledon, and this win continued her extraordinary streak of having beaten the reigning French Open champion at Wimbledon on four occasions.But nothing was bigger than this, a triumph over a living legend who was seeking to match the longest winning streak on the women’s tour since the turn of the century. Serena’s sister Venus Williams won 35 straight in 2000. “I am shaking,” said Lisicki. “I am so happy. Serena is such a tough opponent and it is an amazing feeling to win this match.” Williams had no excuses and found some gracious words for Lisicki at the net and some more during her post-match press conference.“It’s not a shock,” Williams said. “She plays really good on grass and has a massive serve. Sabine played really well, she always plays really well at Wimbledon.“Every time I step on the court I am the favorite so I have grown to get used to that. You know it is not going to be an easy match against her. I need to do better. She played a super-aggressive game. When you have absolutely nothing to lose you can play with so much freedom and you can be so loose.”At certain times in her career Williams’ conditioning has been called into question, but that had nothing to do with this loss. All those years on tour might have taken a step off her speed, but throughout this year she has kept in exceptional shape.This was a defeat as simple as an inspired opponent and the cruel sands of time. Even after 16 Grand Slam titles Serena is not done yet, not by a long shot, though this was a reminder that in the coming months and years her age may be a tougher foe than most of her supposed rivals.last_img read more