RIPLEY COUNTY, Ind. — Members of law enforcement have worked continuously since late Friday after the police action shooting near Holton.According to Ripley County Prosecuting Attorney, Ric Hertel, the initial call came as a result of a domestic altercation that had taken place at the residence.Multiple law enforcement agencies responded to the residence which led to the homeowner, Timothy Bowman, firing at the officers.Bowman was struck by return fire from law enforcement and then remained in his home until later that night when he ultimately surrendered to the Indiana State Police Emergency Response Team.Two search warrants were authorized that night by Judge Sharp to search for and seize any evidence of a crime including firearms and ammunition along with Bowman.Those were served that night into the next day.Hertel noted that he will meet with detectives from the Indiana State Police as their investigation continues to determine appropriate charges.That decision may come as early as this week.
Marcus Smart tries to draw the charge on Giannis. Was he still in the restricted area, though? (via @ESPN) pic.twitter.com/fzalEI0OyW— Brady Gardner (@BradyDGardner) August 1, 2020The three-point play gave Milwaukee a three-point lead, and the East’s top team went on to win its Florida bubble opener.MORE: NBA playoff bracketSmart wasn’t buying the reason for the overturn.”The excuse was I was late on the charge,” Smart said. “They said the (NBA) Replay Center said I was late and it was a block. Quite frankly, I think we all know what that was about: Giannis had six fouls and they didn’t want to get him out. Just call that spade a spade and that’s just what it is.””I think we all know what that was about… Giannis has 6 fouls. They don’t want to get him out.”Marcus Smart discusses his foul at the end of the 4th quarter. #Celtics pic.twitter.com/57LZysT7oJ— Celtics on NBC Sports Boston (@NBCSCeltics) August 1, 2020A minute before that review, Antetokounmpo was spared a DQ after appearing to strike Daniel Theis below the belt. The officials ruled after a review that he didn’t commit a hostile act. The Bucks had their MVP on the floor in crunch time Friday night against the Celtics. One Celtics player said the referees wanted it that way and acted accordingly.Milwaukee star Giannis Antetokounmpo was playing with five fouls when he jumped into Boston’s Marcus Smart in the lane in the fourth quarter. Antetokounmpo was first called for a charge that would have sent him the bench, only for the call to be changed to a block and an and-one on video review. Giannis had 7 fouls. First one, hits Theis in the groin/stomach, ref stops play, looks it over, and doesn’t call it a foul. A minute later, Smart takes a charge on Giannis, refs look it over and overturned it for an and one🙃🤦🏻♂️ great game, but momentum changed after these calls. pic.twitter.com/EAkgbmNdjE— Isaac Potter (@impotter14) August 1, 2020Officiating crew chief James Capers told a pool reporter that the contact was incidental and thus not a foul. He also said video showed Antetokounmpo’s hand touched Theis on the belt line, not in the groin.NBA Referee James Capers Comments to a pool reporter after tonight’s Celtics-Bucks game: pic.twitter.com/vbIPwg7ZOa— NBA Official (@NBAOfficial) August 1, 2020It must be noted that one of Antetokounmpo’s called fouls was this offensive foul that Smart sold earlier in the game.Marcus Smart pretends Giannis kicked him in the nuts to get the call pic.twitter.com/WoOsRwhz9G— Main Team (@MainTeamSports) August 1, 2020But Smart and the Celtics, obviously, aren’t going to cop to that. They just think Giannis got premeditated preferential treatment from the league when it mattered.
FRISCO, Texas – Stephen F. Austin guard/forward Kevon Harris is the Southland Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, the league announced Monday. Southland Conference Players of the Week are presented by MidSouth Bank. Harris’ efforts in Europe earned him a spot on the Basketball Hall of Fame Belfast Classic Goliath Bracket All-Tournament Team. Men’s Basketball Player of the Week – Kevon Harris, Stephen F. Austin – Jr. – Guard/Forward – Ellenwood, Ga.The junior knocked down 7-of-13 shots from the floor, tallying 15 points while pulling down 10 rebounds to fuel SFA’s 66-51 over the Panthers Saturday in Belfast. The double-double was the Lumberjacks’ first of the season and Harris’ scoring and rebound totals were each game highs. Harris recorded a double-double to help the Lumberjacks to a 66-51 win over Milwaukee in their final game of the Basketball Hall of Fame Belfast Classic in Northern Ireland. A day earlier in Belfast, the Georgia native poured in a team-high18 points in SFA’s 76-58 setback to then-undefeated San Francisco. Saturday’s win marked the 1,500th win in program history for the ‘Jacks and first victory on international soil. SFA, now 5-2 on the season, returns to game action Friday when they host Louisiana Tech. The game will be broadcast nationwide on ESPN+ and via the ESPN app. Honorable Mention: Cameron Delaney, Sam Houston State; Nick Garth, Lamar; DeAndre Jones, Central Arkansas Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.
The Arizona Cardinals hope to have finally found their left tackle.Former Raiders OT Jared Veldheer reached agreement on a 5-yr, $35M deal with Cardinals, per ESPN league sources.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 11, 2014 Veldheer, 26, played four seasons with the Raiders, and was a starter for most of them. A third-round pick out of Hillsdale, the 6-foot-8, 321-pound tackle played in five games last season due to a torn triceps tendon suffered in the preseason. According to ProFootballFocus.com, though, Veldheer was “knocking on the door of the top-tier guys” prior to the injury. He is their fourth-highest rated free agent — third-highest rated free agent tackle, coming in behind Eugene Monroe and Branden Albert. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact