Twitter The man accused in the murder of Anthony Logan last month on Lincoln Way West has turned himself in to the police.Fred Robertson Morris, 33, surrendered on Saturday and was booked on the outstanding warrant for murder and a felony firearm sentencing enhancement. He was scheduled for arraignment Monday afternoon.One other person charged in the case, Revlon Harrell, will be in court next week on a charge of assisting a criminal. Police say she claimed responsibility for the shooting to protect Morris, her boyfriend, who had previously been in federal prison. By Tommie Lee – January 11, 2021 0 316 IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Facebook Previous articleNotre Dame’s Aaron Taylor headed for the College Football Hall of FameNext articleNew strain of COVID-19 has arrived in Indiana Tommie Lee Pinterest Pinterest Shooting suspect turns himself in Google+ Facebook Google+ Twitter WhatsApp WhatsApp
The three sessions in which the tournament take place and admission prices are listed below: Thirty-four teams from three different states will be competing in the tournament at the Windsor Central High School. Session 1: Friday at 12 p.m. — $5 for adults, $3 for childrenSession 2: Saturday morning — $5 for adults, $3 for childrenSession 3: Saturday afternoon — $3 for adults, $2 for children WINDSOR (WBNG) — The Windsor Wrestling Program will hold its 63rd Annual Windsor Christmas Wrestling Tournament this Friday and Saturday. Windsor wrestling coach Jeff Nolan says, ” In the past, the quality of wrestling at Windsor has been outstanding. Coaches feel that the tournament is a good indicator of how their wrestlers may do against top-notch competition.”
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It was a similar scenario for second seed, David Perez Sanz of Spain as he strolled to a comfortable 6-2, 6-1 win over Egyptian Issam Taweel in a match that lasted an hour.First Leg winner, Dutchman Antal van Der Duim, continued his majestic form with an easy 6-2, 6-2 triumph over Germany’ s Pirmin Haenle.The fifth seed is holding on to his unblemished record as he is yet to drop a set since the first leg which he capped with a 7-5, 6-3 win over Egyptian Mohamed Safwat of last Saturday.The third-seeded Safwat, on Wednesday, survived a scare as he came from a set down to beat Serbian qualifier Ilija Vucic 5-7, 6-2, 7-6 in 2hrs 23mins.The world no 272 had been through the same experience in the first leg as he needed a comeback win over Lenny Hampel in their quarterfinal tie last week. He heads for another showdown with van Der Duim in the peak of the last-eight matches.Hampel showed promise as one of the players that could spring surprises against the seeds following his performance in the first leg but the teenager’s run was halted by sixth seed, Nicolas Meister of the USA who triumphed 6-2, 7-6, Both players paired in the doubles in the first leg where they reached the semi-final. Meister (359) will meet Sanz (258) on Thursday for a passage to the semi-final.Egyptian Karim-Mohamed Maamoun progressed with a 7-6, 6-3 win over Mark Fynn of Zimbabwe and will meet Mugabe in the quarterfinal.Yan Sabanin upsets his fellow Russian, Evgeny Tyurnev, the eighth seed 6-3, 7-6 and the reward for his hard work will see him confront Setkic for a place in the semifinal scheduled for Friday.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Ugandan Duncan Mugabe caused one of the upsets of the second round by beating fourth-seeded Tucker Vorster of South Africa 6-4, 7-6 as the second leg of the Abuja Open holding at the Tennis Centre, Package B, National Stadium, Abuja reached its home-stretch with quarterfinal places decided wednesday.Also, top seed Aldin Setkic of Bosnia marches on with a straight 6-4, 6-3 win over David Pel of the Netherlands as the men are now being separated from boys in the ITF Pro Circuit tournament.Mugabe, who upturned a set deficit to beat Nigerian youngster Sylvester Emmanuel 3-6, 7-5, 7-5 in the first round, stepped up his game and was rewarded with a big win.On his part, Setkic, the winner of the opening leg of the 2015 Lagos Governor’s Cup ITF Nigeria Futures 2, struggled against Spain’s Aaron Alcaraz in the first round needing a final set to scale through but the world no 208 was in full control over Pel on Centre Court needing just 46 minutes to go through i the ITF Pro Circuit tournament.