Columbus police arrest nine suspected members of the Aryan Brotherhood

first_imgTrafficking with an Inmate (Level 5 Felony) Jarred PartonJarred A. Parton, 26, Franklin, Indiana Brandon B. JacobsBrandon B. Jacobs, 28, Nashville, Indiana Criminal Gang Activity (Level 6 Felony) William Jacob LustigWilliam Jacob Lustig, 38, Columbus, Indiana Intimidation (Level 6 Felony) Criminal Gang Activity (Level 6 Felony) Criminal Gang Activity (Level 6 Felony) Criminal Gang Activity (Level 6 Felony) Dealing in a Schedule IV Controlled Substance (Class A Misdemeanor) Dealing in a Schedule III Controlled Substance (Level 6 Felony) Possession of Methamphetamine (Level 6 Felony) David “Bub” HadleyDavid “Bub” Hadley, 35, Columbus, Indiana Columbus, In. — Local law enforcement officers arrested nine people, many of whom are members or known associates of the Aryan Brotherhood, after a year-long investigation which began in October 2017 with the arrests of two persons connected to the gang.  This lengthy investigation focused on complaints of narcotics dealing, multiple burglaries and vehicle thefts in Columbus and Bartholomew County and also involved suspects attempting to sneak contraband into the Bartholomew County Jail.Officers from the Columbus Police Department and Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Department worked together during this investigation which also included officers from the CPD Intelligence Led Policing Unit, CPD SWAT, Columbus/Bartholomew County Joint Narcotics Enforcement Team, CPD Detective’s Division as well as the Indiana State Police, Indiana Department of Natural Resources and the Edinburgh Police Department.As the case progressed, detectives contacted Bartholomew County Prosecutor Bill Nash who assigned Deputy Prosecutor Lindsey Holden Kay to work closely with investigators on the case.  As a result of the investigation, the persons below were arrested on the following formal charges filed by the Bartholomew County Prosecutors Office.   All suspects should be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.Chelsie S. HardenChelsie S. Harden, 30, Columbus, IndianaTrafficking with an Inmate (Level 5 Felony)Possession of Methamphetamine (Level 6 Felony)Possession of a Controlled Substance (Class A Misdemeanor)Criminal Gang Activity (Level 6 Felony)Maintaining a Common Nuisance (Level 6 Felony)Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (Class A Misdemeanor) Possession of Altered Handgun (Level 6 Felony) Battery (Class A Misdemeanor) Trafficking with an Inmate (Level 5 Felony) Mary Jaylin CraigMary Jaylin Craig, 22, Edinburgh, Indiana Criminal Gang Activity (Level 6 Felony) Unlawful Possession of a Syringe (Level 6 Felony) Trafficking with an Inmate (Level 5 Felony) Auto Theft (Level 6 Felony) Trafficking with an Inmate (Level 5 Felony) Possession of Methamphetamine (Level 6 Felony) William J. StillabowerWilliam J. Stillabower, 33, Columbus, Indiana Trafficking with an Inmate (Level 5 Felony) Matthew MoweryMatthew S. Mowery, 22, Austin, Indiana Criminal Gang Activity (Level 6 Felony) Carrying an Handgun Without a License (Class A Misdemeanor) William “Corey” KingWilliam “Corey” King, 35, Columbus, Indiana Possession of a Controlled Substance (Class A Misdemeanor)last_img read more

CAF Champions League: Wasteful Enyimba held by 10-man Al-Hilal in Aba

first_imgRelatedPosts Plateau United target 2021 CAF champions league berth Plateau United dedicates continental ticket to fans Breaking: NFF adopts PPG, sets new date for league kick off Enyimba International Football Club of Aba were held to a disappointing goalless draw by 10-man Al-Hilal FC of Sudan in Sunday’s CAF Champions League Second Preliminary Round first leg clash in Aba. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Peoples Elephant were dominant all through the duration of the match, but lacked the cutting edge on the final third. Enyimba fired an early warning to Al-Hilal FC when Nelson Ogbonnaya planted his headed effort from Stanley Okorom’s free kick into the side netting just five minutes after the start. The visitors heeded the warning and applied caution in their defensive approach, absorbing all that the hosts threw at them at the end of a one-sided first half. Enyimba again came close to breaking the deadlock two minutes later when Okorom hit the side netting from a free kick almost on the same spot as the first. Ghana import, Daniel Darkwa, drifted up field and just when he was about getting a clear sight on goal, he was tripped by Abuaagla Named. Enyimba’s centre-back, Ifeanyi Anaemena, added his name to the list of those who missed scoring opportunities when he swept his glorious chance waywardly over the crossbar in the 12th minute. This was after Onuwa Emeruwa’s sleek touch off Dimgba’s cross from the right. On the quarter hour mark, Stanley Okorom stung the gloves of goalkeeper Salim Macoola with a rising strike from distance, but the shot stopper did well to push the ball away for a corner. Five minutes later, Al-Hilal were reduced to 10 men with Nazar Nassr was shown a straight red card for violent conduct when the defender stepped on Enyimba’s defender, Daniel Darkwa. With the numerical advantage, Enyimba patiently worked and waited for the breakthrough as they encamped in their opponent’s territory and continued to pile countless pressure on Al-Hilal’s defence. Obi Damson had his effort parried by the goalkeeper in the 42nd minute and the ball came back gloriously for him. Unfortunately, his second bite at the cherry went wide off target. For the first time in the game, the visitors sneaked behind Enyimba’s back line with Barnet Named getting to the byline, but his left foot effort was easily caught by goalkeeper Theophilus Afelokhai. Perhaps, the best chance of the half fell on Dimgba who found his way into the crowded Al-Hilal box. He twisted and turned all the defenders who virtually got fixed on a spot but his shot towards the far post went wide to the consternation of the packed stands that included Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State. Both sides went into the break on equal terms. The restart followed same pattern as the first with Enyimba in absolute control of the game but were unable to break down the visitor’s resolute defence. Al-Hilal found an opportunity for a counter attack with Mohammed Darac firing a left foot drive that went marginally wide, with Afelokhai fully stretched in the 51st minute. In a frantic move to shore up his attack, Coach Usman Abdallah substituted Obi Samson for Bashir Abdulrahman and Martins Usule for Onuwa Emeruwa. The move almost paid off as Abdulrahman came close to finding the back of the net with a fierce strike from close range, but the goalkeeper reacted brilliantly, pushing the ball for a corner. With seven minutes remaining on the clock, Stanley Dimgba fired a ferocious shot from the edge of the box but Macoola went down early enough to gather. Al-Hilal displayed tremendous composure, organisation and confidence as they repelled every Enyimba offensive till the final whistle. The Peoples Elephant will travel to Sudan for the return leg on September 29.Tags: Al-Hilal FCCAF Champions LeagueDaniel DarkwaEnyimba International FClast_img read more