Binghamton (WBNG) — Binghamton police are investigating reports of shots fired Sunday evening. Authorities say that there were at least four shots fired on Gregory Lane near the UHS Primary Care. Police tell us they are currently searching for a suspect who ran from the scene. Stay with 12 News as we continue to learn more about this investigation. Police tell 12 News there is no evidence that anyone was harmed and the public is not in danger. 8:04 a.m. UPDATE: According to Binghamton Police Department no one was injured in the shooting incident.
Tracy Walker became more “pissed off” each time he watched the video that surfaced months after his cousin Ahmaud Arbery was shot and killed.Walker, a 25-year-old, third-year safety for the Lions, told ESPN he watched the video of the killing “no exaggeration, over 100 times.” Today should’ve been Ahmaud Arbery’s 26th birthday. Instead, our nation is mourning. Because of the local conflict of interest, @playercoalition, other athletes, and I are urging Attorney General Barr, to have the FBI and the DOJ investigate this tragic death. We need action. pic.twitter.com/2qG8lih6A4— Anquan Boldin (@AnquanBoldin) May 8, 2020″He was a beautiful soul,” Walker said. “He wasn’t a hateful person. He was not. I can’t name one person he had a beef with growing up. Everybody loved Ahmaud because he was just a clown, a funny guy.”Walker said he will wear his cousin’s old T-shirts under his jersey this season and will write Arbery’s initials on his cleats.The NFL is hoping to start the season on time in September despite coronavirus-related challenges that could alter the schedule. “Man, he did not deserve that,” Walker said. “He did not deserve that. And, you know, God has a plan for everybody, man, but, you know, it’s tough. It is. That’s why I watched it so many times. I couldn’t grasp it. It’s such a gruesome video, you want to know why.”Walker told ESPN he was close with Arbery, who was a year older and who played football with him at Brunswick High School before Walker went on to play at Louisiana-Lafayette and eventually in the NFL.Arbery was killed Feb. 23 in Brunswick, Ga., while jogging. The appearance of the video led to the arrests of Gregory and Travis McMichael. Both were charged with murder and aggravated assault, and federal officials reportedly are weighing the possibility of hate-crime charges against them.”We want justice for Ahmaud,” Walker said. “We want the proper justice.”The Players Coalition on Friday sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General William Barr and FBI director Christopher Wray requesting an investigation into Arbery’s death.
A man who pleaded guilty to being in possession of child pornography had his case adjourned to the next sitting of Dungloe District Court because his solicitor was ill.Judge Paul Kelly was told at Dungloe District Court that defence solicitor Jacqui Sharkey was ill and unable to be present to represent Neil McBride.McBride, 44, was convicted at an earlier court when he admitted having 43 child pornography images on his Dell lap-top computer. He also admitted having a further 51 images of children under 17 years of age who were either fully or partially clothed. The earlier court that key words used by McBride in google searches included “kids in bath”, “12-year-old boys”, “nude boys”, “nude teens”, and “cute boys.”Unemployed McBride, originally from Gweedore, but with an address at Fortwell Apartments, Letterkenny, pleaded guilty to possession of the child pornography images on his laptop in August 2011.In court today Inspector David Kelly said he reluctantly agreed to a postponement of sentence earlier when Ms Sharkey said she was seeking a medical report for the purpose of arguing for mitigation.He accepted that Ms Sharkey was ill today but if the case was being further adjourned he wanted it to be dealt with peremptorily – finally – at the next sitting;The judge adjourned sentence to January 13.CASE OF MAN WITH CHILD PORN IS ADJOURNED AFTER HIS SOLICITOR TAKES ILL was last modified: December 10th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:child pornographycourtdungloeJudge Paul Kelly