CCSD raids Jellico home

first_imgOn October 19th 2018, The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office Special Weapons and Tactics Team executed a narcotics search warrant at 219 High Street Jellico, Tennessee, the residence of Joseph Lee Johnson (30).   Sheriff’s Office investigators conducted an investigation into the Joseph Lee Johnson for selling illegal narcotics and prescription medication. Investigators conducted several undercover investigations, purchasing narcotics from this residence prior to the execution of the search warrant.Investigators located quantities of illegal narcotics inside of the residence and other paraphernalia that was used in the facilitation of the sale of narcotics. Joseph Lee Johnson will be facing charges of: Sell and delivery of a schedule II controlled substance in a drug free school zone, possession of a schedule VI controlled substance, Possession of a schedule II controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Johnson was arrested and charged with assault on a police officer and resisting arrest.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 10/19/2018-NOON)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Steelers defense rebounds with new (and old) faces

first_imgIndianapolis Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck (8) passes under pressure by Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker Jarvis Jones (95) during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015, in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Don Wright)PITTSBURGH (AP) _ The flurry of touchdowns was nice. Antonio Brown’s gleeful punt return too.Still, the defining moments of Sunday night’s 45-10 win over Indianapolis came long before quarterback Ben Roethlisberger got going or Brown turned the goal post stanchion into an amusement park ride.Twice in the first quarter, the Colts had the ball inside the Pittsburgh 30 following a turnover. Twice, the Steelers’ erratic defense responded. Linebacker Jarvis Jones ended Indianapolis’ first possession with a leaping interception at the goal line. The Colts went nowhere the next time they had the ball, settling for a field goal.“Our ability to get off the field with a total of three points really set the stage and really provided a platform that the team sprung off of,” Tomlin said Tuesday.A leap he felt was necessary if the Steelers (7-5) wanted to be considered a legitimate threat to make the postseason. Coach Mike Tomlin tweaked his secondary and challenged his front seven to get back to work after Seattle’s Russell Wilson toyed with Pittsburgh’s defense following a 39-30 loss, a game in which Wilson threw five touchdowns and rallied his team at will.The defense responded by collecting five sacks _ three from 38-year-old linebacker James Harrison _ and shutting out the Colts over the final 38 minutes.“Hopefully that performance can be a catalyst for the challenges that await us,” Tomlin said.It certainly provided plenty of evidence that the collaboration between Tomlin and defensive coordinator Keith Butler can produce immediate results. Tomlin demoted cornerback Antwon Blake following a series of miscues against the Seahawks, giving Brandon Boykin his first extended playing time since Pittsburgh acquired him from Philadelphia during training camp.Boykin responded with an interception in the first quarter and Blake _ limited to 22 snaps _ was a factor on special teams thanks in part to fresher legs.“The distribution of snaps aided us all,” Tomlin said.So did a change in tactics. Butler confused Indianapolis quarterback Matt Hasselbeck for much of the game. Tasked with creating more pressure in the opposing backfield last January when he took over for departed Hall of Fame coordinator Dick LeBeau, Butler hasn’t been shy about bringing pressure regardless of the situation.Against the Colts, however, Butler switched things up. Jones’ first career pick came when he dropped into coverage rather than race in from his typical spot at outside linebacker. Faced with a fourth down at the Pittsburgh 14 late in the third quarter, the Colts went for it only to have the 40-year-old Hasselbeck throw incomplete after being unable to find any room to throw after the Steelers sent only three players after Hasselbeck while the other eight defenders cut off potential passing lanes.It left the oldest quarterback in the league, one who’s seen just about everything in a career that dates to 1999, rattled.“We didn’t see a lot of stuff that we necessarily prepared for,” Hasselbeck said. “I don’t know. I wish I could get some plays back but … they had me out of sync with the dropping eight and rushing three.”Staked to a massive lead late, Butler then let his pass rushers go do their thing. Harrison took down Hasselbeck once and backup Charlie Whitehurst twice in the final 13 minutes, the five-time Pro Bowler’s first three-sack game since 2011. Heady territory for who was supposed to be a part-time player in his 13th season. Harrison saw just as many Arthur Moats (more than a decade younger) against the Colts and Tomlin is no longer getting into the specifics about his outside linebacker rotation.“I just like the overall trajectory of the group,” Tomlin said.One that faces a significant test on Sunday in Cincinnati, a test the Steelers believe they’re as equipped to handle as they’ve been all year.“Coach always says, `It’s not how you take the field, it’s how you get off,”’ defensive end Cam Heyward said. “It doesn’t matter how we get on there, we feel confident.”NOTES: The Jacoby Jones experiment is over. Tomlin demoted the former Pro Bowl kick returner after Jones fumbled one return and nearly booted another against the Colts. Antonio Brown will handle punt returns while Markus Wheaton will replace Jones on kickoffs. … CB William Gay continues to go through the NFL concussion protocol after leaving Sunday’s game late. The 30-year-old Gay hasn’t missed a game in his nine-year career. … TE Heath Miller (ribs) “has a chance” to face Cincinnati after sitting out last week.___AP NFL website: and

Paco Alcacer hits 30 minute hat-trick for Borussia Dortmund

first_img His first strike made it 1-1, his second then made it 2-2 afte Augsburg had re-taken the lead and his third was the match winner in a 4-3 win in stoppage time. Paco Alcácer deslumbra con un ‘hat trick’ exprés ante el Augsburgo 06/10/2018 Paco Alcacer has found himself in Borussia Dortmund after joining the German club on loan from Barcelona in the summer.  IN SPORT.ES Despite only featuring off the bench so far, his numbers have been extaordinary. His perfomance on Saturday was the most spectacular yet, as he scored a 30 minute hat-trick.  Alcacer came on after an hour with Dortmund 1-0 down against Augsburg as he scored a treble to take his tally to six goals in three appearances,  That’s six goals in 90 minutes of Bundesliga action. Dortmund’s option to sign him for €25 million next summer is looking cheap… Upd. at 18:12 CESTlast_img read more