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Stabbing on Rehobeth Beach Boardwalk; Odubel Herrera On Leave Until June 17; Officers' Social Media
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/03/19 11:25 pm | updated: 06/03/19 11:25 pm
 
Police in Rehobeth Beach, Delaware, are looking to identify a suspect wanted in a stabbing on the boardwalk on Saturday night, 6/1. It happened just after 10 p.m. near Wilmington Avenue. A fight broke out on the boardwalk. Cellphone video captured the suspect pull a knife from his pocket and stab an 18-year-old man. The suspect and three other men then ran down Wilmington Ave. The victim was taken to the hospital where he remains in stable condition. The suspect was wearing a gray New Balance Sweatshirt, gray sweatpants, a backpack, and dark colored sneakers. If you have any information contact Rehoboth Beach police at 302-524-139.

Major League Baseball has extended Odubel Herrera's administrative leave for two more weeks until June 17. He was placed on one week leave last Tuesday after he was arrested for domestic violence the night before. It happened on Memorial Day, Monday night, 5/27, at the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. Police responded to a report of a domestic assault. The 20-year-old woman had "visible signs of injury to her arms and neck" caused by her boyfriend, Herrera. He was taken into custody and then released on a summons with a court date of June 17th. MLB and the player's association have a joint domestic violence policy that allows the commissioner to place a player on leave while the league investigates.

A team of attorneys from Philadelphia has compiled a database of public Facebook posts made by Philadelphia police officers and superiors "that appeared to endorse violence, racism, and bigotry." The database has been made public as part of the Plain View Project. Six other cities are also part of the project including Dallas, St. Louis, and Phoenix. Attorney Emily Baker-White says that 328 Philadelphia officers past or present have posted troubling content. John McNesby, president of FOP Lodge #5 said, "We strongly condemn violence and racism in any form. The overwhelming majority of our 7,000 officers regularly act with integrity and professionalism." Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross said, "In an era where you're striving your best to cultivate relationships with communities across the city, things like this don't help." Baker-White hopes the report will make the department better. "We need to make sure police officers have everyone's back on the street and everyone knows that they can call police and don't have to be afraid police may harbor some ill will towards them," said Baker-White.

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Philadelphia Phillies select LH SS Bryson Stott from the University of Nevada Las Vegas with the 14th overall pick in the 2019 MLB Draft.

Former longtime Saint Joseph's head coach Phil Martelli has accepted a job as an assistant coach at the University of Michigan. He joins a brand new staff under new head coach Juwan Howard. Howard took over last month after John Beilein left tot coach the Cleveland Cavaliers. Howard was a member of the Michigan Fab Five in the early 90's.

 
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