Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Eight people, including four alleged gang members, were rounded up Thursday after investigators seized $15,000 worth of drugs, a pair of loaded handguns and drug paraphernalia from a Greenlawn home during the execution of a search warrant, Suffolk County police said.Detectives from multiple gang units, the Criminal Intelligence Bureau, and Narcotics Section had been conducting an investigation prior to police raiding the house at 72 Rutgers Lane. The eight people arrested in the bust ranged from 19 to 32 years old, and were all charged—at the minimum—with criminal possession of a controlled substance.Investigators seized heroin, crack cocaine and marijuana, with an estimated street value of approximately $15,000, police said. Also discovered was a pair of loaded handguns, an electronic stun gun, cash—police didn’t say how much—digital scales and an assortment of drug packaging equipment, police said.The four alleged gang members were identified as 25-year-old Alex Otero and 23-year-old Brian Ochsenreiter, both of whom live in house, plus 26-year-old Bruce Giles, of Huntington Station, and 20-year-old Joshua Crowell, police said. They were all charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance. Otero was also charged with criminal possession of a weapon, criminal use of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of marijuana. Ochsenreiter was additionally charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and petty larceny for an unrelated incident.Another resident of the home, 19-year-old Melissa Saldarriaga, was also charged with criminal use of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of marijuana.In addition, police arrested 22-year-old Christine Gatling and 26-year-old Nadine Parker, both of whom live in Brooklyn, and 32-year-old Karl Latortue of Dix Hills.All eight are scheduled to be arraigned Friday at First District Court in Central Islip.
Sunderland midfielder Alfred N’Diaye has insisted there is no dissent within the camp over manager Paolo Di Canio’s brave new world. Press Association The Italian hit out at the “arrogance” and “ignorance” of some of his players after handing out seven fines in a matter of days, with two players contacting the Professional Footballers’ Association for advice amid talk of a revolt over his methods, but club sources have dismissed claims of a dressing room rebellion. And N’Diaye is adamant that neither he nor his team-mates have any problem with Di Canio’s approach, as he told The Journal: “I am in England, but I have an Italian manager, who is very similar to what I am used to from France. His mentality is no different for me. It is more different for English players, but for me it is normal.” He added: “When I played in France, I am used to it. For me, football is like that. For me, it is OK. “The new manager has a new mentality. For me and everybody, it is not a problem. It is a new mentality, but we accept it. “Next season, we will move forward together. We will play better and move forward.”
On the official web site of the Whoscored.com, the list of 20 best players on the Mundial in Brazil was revealed.The best on the list, taking the first position is Argentinean Lionel Messi, and after him Arjen Robben. The third place is great Columbian player James Rodriguez.The football player playing for Barcelona who is the most responsible for the qualification of Brazil in the quarter-finals and who takes 4th place is Neymar. Another Argentinean, Angle Di Maria, takes the 5th place.Our Dragon, Miralem Pjanić, occupies the great 6th place.By clicking on the following photo, the list of 20 best football players on Mundial can be seen: (Source: Scsport.ba)