Share LocalNews Juvenile given a second chance by: – May 8, 2012 54 Views one comment Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share Court gavel. Photo credit:lazytechguys.comShannon Oden who was facing charges for wounding Odillon Thomas in 2009 has been given an opportunity to turn a new leaf in his life after having his matter was been discontinued against him on Tuesday.Shannon Oden who was charged for wounding Odillon Thomas in 2009 had that matter discontinued against him on Tuesday.The victim, Odillon Thomas informed Justice Birnie Stephenson-Brooks in Court that he wanted “the matter dismissed for personal reasons”.Justice Stephenson-Brooks questioned Thomas as to whether he was forced, beaten, promised any money or paid any money and he answered “no”.She further probed him as to whether he made that decision on his own and he said “yes”.Thomas was warned by Justice Stephson-Brooks that once the matter has been dismissed he could not return and ask for it to re-commence and he answered that he understood.Shannon Oden who wounded Thomas apologized to him in Court and expressed gratitude for the gesture.“I just want to tell him thank you for doing that for me please and if I could apologize to him in front of everybody. I am sorry for harming you if it’s possible and I’m sorry; I’ll never do it again. Thank you”.Justice Stephenson-Brooks advised him to let this be a learning experience for him.“Don’t let yourself get into any tussle with anybody; walk away. If you get vex, fold your hands and walk away, getting into trouble does not pay”.She cautioned him further to “walk a tight rope” as the police know him and have his fingerprints on file. Gene Pestaina; the Director of Public Prosecutions asked that the matter be discontinued against Shannon Oden. Dominica Vibes News
By Scott OwenSHAWANO, Wis. (Aug. 27) – A big crowd of fans and competitors were on hand for Seubert Calf Ranches and Charter Communications Saturday at Shawano Speedway.Sixteen-year-old Konnor Wilinski scored his second straight and third overall Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified feature win. Travis Van Straten outdueled Brandon Czarapata to win his 10th local IMCA Stock Car feature. Lucas Lamberies made a last-lap pass on Wyatt Block for his seventh Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod win.Wilinski ran three wide with Shawn Frelich and Marcus Yarie before gaining the Modified lead on lap 12. Yarie took a look outside on the final circuit but Wilinski was not to be denied.The third different leader, Van Straten ran the last five laps with 15th staring Brandon Czarapata on his back bumper.Block led most of the distance in the SportMod main before relinquishing the front spot to Lamberies.
The strength of the Dolphins’ 2020 schedule is not irrelevant, but for a team that has reached double-digit wins just once in the last decade and is rebuilding with so many young players, Miami needs to focus on itself more than its 2020 opponents.As for the Dolphins’ 2020 schedule, though, the rough road begins in the division, where the Bills, Jets and even the Tom Brady-less Patriots have better outlooks than that of Miami. The Dolphins likely will steal some wins against division rivals, but their slate outside the AFC East will make a playoff push tough. Simply based on last season’s records, the most winnable game on the Dolphins’ 2020 schedule is a home matchup with the Bengals. If both Tua Tagovailoa and Joe Burrow are healthy and starting for that game, it will go from one of the dullest games on both teams’ schedules to one of the most intriguing quarterback matchups of the 2020 season.Here is a complete breakdown of the Miami Dolphins’ 2020 schedule, including dates and start times for all 16 games and our early prediction.NFL OFFSEASON 2020:Draft grades | Power rankings | Best free agents availableMiami Dolphins schedule 2020WeekDateOpponentKickoff timeTV1Sept. 13at Patriots1 p.m.CBS2Sept. 20vs. Bills1 p.m.CBS3Sept. 24at Jaguars8:20 p.m.NFLN4Oct. 4vs. Seahawks1 p.m.Fox5Oct. 11at 49ers4:05 p.m.Fox6Oct. 18at Broncos4:05 p.m.CBS7Oct. 25vs. Chargers1 p.m.CBS8Nov. 1vs. Rams1 p.m.Fox9Nov. 8at Cardinals4:25 p.m.CBS10Nov. 15vs. Jets4:05 p.m.CBS11BYE—12Nov. 29at Jets1 p.m.CBS13Dec. 6vs. Bengals1 p.m.CBS14Dec. 13vs. Chiefs1 p.m.CBS15Dec. 20vs. Patriots1 p.m.CBS16Dec. 26 or 27at RaidersTBDTBD17Jan. 3at Bills1 p.m.CBS(For Canadian viewers, each game can be streamed on DAZN.)MORE: Strength of schedule for all 32 teams in 2020Dolphins strength of schedule & predictionAs is the case for all four AFC East teams, based on opponents’ records from last season, the Dolphins’ 2020 schedule is among the toughest in the NFL. Miami’s 2020 opponents went a combined 135-120-1 (.529) last season, placing the Dolphins third in NFL strength of schedule rankings behind the rival Patriots and Jets.Of course, that doesn’t account for the league-wide changes from free agency and the 2020 NFL Draft. And with Brady now out of New England, it’s reasonable to expect the Patriots to be one of the teams on the Dolphins’ schedule that takes a step back this season.Toughest tests: Miami is used to long road trips for away games, but adventures to San Francisco, Las Vegas, Denver and Arizona will be particularly challenging this season with the Dolphins’ division matched up against the AFC and NFC Wests. While the Dolphins are fortunate to draw the Chiefs, Seahawks, Chargers and Rams at home, those are potentially brutal matchups. Biggest breaks: Of those aforementioned long road trips outside of the division, only game against the 49ers pits the Dolphins against a playoff team from last season.Bottom line: Because the Dolphins will depend so much on the rate of Tagovailoa’s development, their outlook for 2020 is among the most unpredictable in the NFL. But if all the young talent in Miami clicks, the schedule is such that the team can make some noise — just not yet in the playoffs.Record prediction: 6-10