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Sketch Released in Bethpage Grope Attack

Sketch Released in Bethpage Grope Attack

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Sketch of the suspect police believed accosted a woman in Bethpage Nov. 4.Nassau County police Wednesday released a sketch of a man suspected of accosting a woman in Bethpage who described the harrowing ordeal to the Press last week.The man is suspected of flashing the woman and grabbing her breasts after he had asked her for a lighter and a ride to friend’s house around 9:20 p.m. on Nov. 4. The victim, 45-year-old Eileen Scanlon Christofi, said she had just gotten off a Long Island Rail Road train from Penn Station when she noticed the man following her.After she declined to give him a ride, the suspect flashed her, pushed his body against hers and then grabbed her chest. Christofi was able to fight off the suspect, who she said appeared to be high on drugs.“There was no urgency in his walk,” she said.The suspect is described as a while male with dark hair, bad teeth, a slim build, light complexion, brown eyes and is around 23-28 years old. He was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, police said.Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-224-TIPS. All calls are anonymous.Crime Stoppers offers a $5,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest.last_img read more

Lampard breaks goals record

Lampard breaks goals record

first_img Press Association The England midfielder, restored to the starting XI ahead of Wednesday’s Europa League final, cancelled out Christian Benteke’s opener with a sweet left-footed effort just after the hour mark before sealing the points – and the record – with close-range effort three minutes from time. That left him with 203 career goals for the Blues, a fitting landmark forged over 12 years at Stamford Bridge. Victory in a dramatic match that saw both Ramires and Benteke sent off for two yellow cards effectively assures Chelsea’s Champions League status next season, while leaving Villa still in the relegation equation. The first half had been such a different story, Villa ending it 1-0 up and with a man advantage. Benteke was proving his usual handful in attack too, winning nearly everything in the air, and it was no surprise to see him on the scoresheet in the 15th minute. He beat Gary Cahill to a Brad Guzan clearance and then peeled off at speed to take Yacouba Sylla’s return pass. The Belgian then glided past Cahill with ball at feet and slipped his shot past Petr Cech at the near post. On the half-hour Lampard came desperately close to his landmark goal, seeing a low free-kick squirm out of Guzan’s hands and roll gently against a post. Chelsea were starting to find their feet in the game when a series of refereeing decisions took centre stage. The first saw Benteke booked rather than sent off for an elbow on Cesar Azpilicueta, before Terry also shown yellow despite seeming to be the last man when he felled Sylla. Lee Mason did flourish red just before the interval though, with the struggling Ramires earning a second booking for high feet on Gabriel Agbonlahor. Villa’s extra man lasted only until the 58th minute, Benteke the man to go this time, again for a second yellow and again for high feet. Within two minutes the scores were level and Lampard was celebrating his long-awaited record-equalling goal. Eden Hazard rolled him the ball from the right flank, he shepherded it into a more central position and then fired home a curling left-footed effort. He was duly mobbed by team-mates as he ran to the away support to take in the moment. Terry departed on a stretcher after suffering an injury which will place his own Europa League final hopes in severe doubt, but Lampard was yet to have his final say on proceedings. The winner came from a fine Chelsea move, Hazard taking in a one-two in left channel before cutting the ball across goal for Lampard. As so often in his Chelsea career, he was in the right place at the right time and he tapped home with ease. center_img Frank Lampard etched his name into the history books by deposing Bobby Tambling as Chelsea’s record goalscorer with a brace as his side beat Aston Villa 2-1.last_img read more

Ulster too good for Blues

Ulster too good for Blues

first_img Fly-half Paddy Jackson outkicked Blues full-back Rhys Patchell to give the visitors a half-time lead, before tries by second row Dan Tuohy – his third in as many games – and replacement fly-half Ian Humphreys confirmed their superiority. The Irish province came into the game as the league’s top try and points scorers and soon added to their overall tally when Jackson, making his first PRO12 appearance of the season, kicked a straighforward penalty. A series of misdirected passes by the Blues allowed Ulster to gain territory and it needed a fine tackle by Patchell to deny replacement Craig Gilroy. The visitors then spread the ball left and Tommy Bowe trotted over, only to be called back when Scottish referee Neil Patterson ruled Humphreys’ looped pass had gone forward. Tremendous Irish defence held the increasingly desperate Blues at bay and eventually drove the home side back into their own 22, where a flat pass by Gareth Davies was spotted and intercepted by Humphreys, who strolled over and converted his own touchdown. A supremely efficient Ulster performance saw them claim a 26-9 victory at Cardiff Arms Park and condemn the Blues to a second home Guinness PRO12 defeat in six days. Ulster were grateful to new South African full-back Louis Ludik for a vital tackle on Alex Cuthbert after the Wales winger picked up a loose ball with an open field in front of him. It needed further good defence from an attack initiated by lively home scrum-half Lewis Jones to restrict the Blues to a Patchell penalty. Jones’ speed in harassing opposite number Paul Marshall at a scrum earned another penalty, which Patchell landed from wide out to put the Blues ahead. However, Italy number eight Manoa Vosawai was a little too keen to get involved minutes later, giving Jackson the opportunity to bring Ulster level – and Jackson was able to restore his side’s lead when Blues centre Gavin Evans was guilty of obstruction. Despite commendable attempts by both teams to keep the ball moving, there were far too many errors and another soft penalty allowed Patchell three more points before Jackson kicked his fourth to ensure Ulster were ahead at the interval. Patchell was wide from the halfway line and then spilled a quick line-out with an overlap outside him. The resultant scrum provided Ulster with another penalty, but Jackson, too, proved fallible from long distance. The visitors then spurned an easier kick to go to touch and their gamble paid off when Marshall put lock Tuohy through a gap and under the posts for the game’s first try, improved by Jackson. The Blues had an immediate opportunity to grab a try of their own, but Patchell’s final pass was slightly behind Richard Smith and the winger was unable to hold on with the line just five yards away. Press Associationlast_img read more

Young Boat Builders

Young Boat Builders

first_imgYoungsters show off the vessels they built, called six-hour canoes, constructed during a session sponsored by Navesink Maritime Heritage Association on June 9-10.Teams of adults and teenagers built the wooden canoes behind the Fair Haven Fire House on River Road.last_img

Mount Sentinel coach likes what he sees as Cats finish second at Crowe Invitational

Mount Sentinel coach likes what he sees as Cats finish second at Crowe Invitational

first_imgThe Mount Sentinel Wildcats failed to land the championship, but that doesn’t seem to bother head coach Joe Moreira.The Cats coach is very pleased at the early season progression of the Cats after the squad lost 25-22, 25-18 to Selkirk Storm of Kimberley in the final of the J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks High School Girl’s Volleyball Tournament Saturday in the Silver City. “This is very encouraging from a team with no grade 12’s,” Moreira said. “We graduated five players from last year’s team, returning three players and introducing nine players.”The Cats finished the round robin in top spot after splitting with Selkirk.L.V. Rogers Bombers finished third, edging Golden Eagles for the bronze medal.”The loss is neither a huge surprise or loss,” Moreira said. “Selkirk is a very strong team with considerable experience. The loss provided us with important technical pieces to work on.”The Wildcats head right back onto the competition trail, travelling to Kelowna to compete in the Immaculata Invitational Friday and Saturday.Mount Sentinel then returns home to host the Kootenay Classic September 27-28 at the South Slocan based school gymnasium.last_img read more