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first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Lauderhill : Captain Virat Kohli on Saturday described fast bowler Navdeep Saini as a raw talent who has a bright future after he made an impressive India debut in the four wicket win over West Indies in the first T20 International here. The 26-year-old Saini claimed three wickets for 17 runs to help India restrict the West Indies to 95 for 9 after being put to bat. India then chased down the target with 2.4 overs to spare for a 4-wicket win.“Yeah, Navdeep is from Delhi and he has come a long way. He plays the IPL as well and had a great season,” Kohli said at the post-match presentation ceremony.“He is a raw talent, has raw pace. He is one of them who can bowl 150 clicks and there are hardly any who bowl at that pace and he is fit. He is someone who can build a name for himself and he is hungry as well. Hopefully he builds on from here,” he added.Kohli conceded that his side would have loved to chase down the target in a better way but said that the wicket made it difficult.“Our bowling and fielding were right up there but the pitch wasn’t great. With the rain around, you could not do much. They did well to start the game on time.“The bowlers were on top throughout, variations were superb. We would have liked to chase it four down, but we wanted to take risks and take the scoreboard moving. As the ball got older, strike rotation became key,” the Indian captain said.Asked about the second T20I to be played on Sunday at the same venue, Kohli said, “It’s just about putting in solid performance and ensure the guys who play contribute in some way or the other.”West Indies captain Carlos Brathwaite said his side did not assess the conditions well. He praised Keiron Pollard who top-scored with a 49 to take West Indies near the 100-run mark.“Kudos to Kieron coming back into the team. He showed his experience. Had we made 130, it would have been a different game. We batted ourselves out of the game,” he added.“We have to play positively. The message will continue to be to keep intent, but we need to have better shot selection and awareness. Sunil Narine’s four overs very important. He showed his experience and brought us back into the game. It was a great bowling effort.” last_img read more

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first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The following are a list of criminal court complaints recently filed by the Sumner County Attorney’s office.These are formal charges introduced into the Sumner County District Court system. The suspects listed in the complaint have not been tried by a judge or jury unless specified otherwise. All citizens are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.•••••Terry Anglin, 36, and Kira Anglin, 39, of Michigan Apartments in Wellington was charged with possession of methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony; possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor; and endangering a child, a Class A misdemeanor. See details of the case here. They had their first court deposition on Feb. 12 which has been continued.•••••Levi Wykes, born in 1981, of Conway Springs was charged with violation of protective order, a Class A misdemeanor.Wykes is accused on January 28 of knowingly violating an order in which he came in contact with a person he was prohibited from having any direct or indirect contact as issued on a Conway Springs Municipal Court Bond.His court deposition is Feb. 19.•••••Kyle Haak, born in 1989, of Wichita, was charged with failing to stop while emerging from a private driveway, a traffic infraction; possession of marijuana, a level 5 drug felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Haak is accused of driving onto U.S. 81 and failing to stop and having a partially smoked marijuana cigarette in his vehicle and additional marijuana in a black bucket on the floorboard in front of the passenger seat. Haak had a prior conviction for possession of marijuana on Jan. 14, 2009 in Wichita Municipal Court. He also allegedly had rolling paper.He has a court deposition on March 5.•••••Timothy Williams, born in 1970, of Wellington was charged with theft, a level 9 felony; criminal damage to property, a Class A misdemeanor; possession of methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Williams is accused on January 3, 2015 between 12:45 a.m. and 1:30 a.m. of stealing three computers and a black backpack from Wal-Mart valued at $1,317 without paying for them. He also allegedly broke the security cables and locks to secure the demonstration computers.Then on January 27 at a residence in Wellington, Williams allegedly possessed methamphetamine which he used and left a small amount on the table in her residence.He has allegedly had a green glass pipe, two used syringes, and a pill bottle with two tubes coming out of it.He had a court deposition on Feb. 12.•••••Aaron Coxwell of Emory, Texas, was charged with writing worthless checks, a Class A misdemeanor; interference with law enforcement, a Class A misdemeanor; possession of methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Coxwell is accused of writing a check on February 5 for $88.29 for a carton of cigarettes and gasoline to be pumped, but he came back in to get $25 cash for gas not pumped which raised the clerk’s suspicions. Later, after police arrived at a nearby residence for which Coxwell was staying, he allegedly denied passing the check and identified himself as someone else to the investigating Wellington Police officer.Then he is accused of possessing methamphetamine inside a modified flashlight near his checkbook which was in the house.He also allegedly had a syringe in his coat pocket and a marijuana pipe in the couch seat where he had been sitting.•••••Larry Finstad, Jr. of Council Bluff , Iowa, was charged with failing to pay toll, a misdemeanor; no proof of insurance, a Class B misdemeanor; driving while suspended, a Class B misdemeanor; possession of methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony; possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia for purposes of testing or analyzing a controlled substance, a level 5 drug felony.Finstad is accused on Feb. 4, of failing to pay a toll while driving a 2006 Dodge Dakota pickup bearing Iowa tag numbers. After apprehension it was discovered Finstad allegedly had no proof of insurance, his driver’s license was suspended, he possessed meth in a meth pipe in a green cooler in his vehicle and on some digital scales was a pipe and a syringe.•••••Christopher Douglas, born in Wichita, was charged with burglary of a vehicle, a level 9 felony; criminal trespass, a Class B misdemeanor; and theft, a Class A misdemeanor.Douglas is accused on June 5, 2014 at the Kansas Star Casino of stealing a 1992 Mercury parked at the casino.•••••Charles Harris, born in 1973, of Wichita was charged with interference with law enforcement by falsely reporting a crime, a level 8 felony.Harris is accused of falsely reporting to the Sumner County Sheriff’s office that a Sumner County detention officer corporal had committed a crime knowing that such information was false and if such information was found to be true, could lead to felony charges.Harris allegedly falsely reported through the computer terminal at the medical station at the detention center that he had been attacked by the corporal and another officer who tried to rape him, make him perform lewd acts and then beat him with their fists.When the investigative detective asked about the report, Harris allegedly told him his butt was bleeding because the corporal tried to jam something in there and threatened to kill him as the officers beat him. He allegedly told the detective that he wanted to press charges and he wanted the corporal to go to jail.•••••Krystal Wilson, born in 1993, of Caldwell was charged with possession of methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony; possession of marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Wilson is accused on May 3, 2014 of having a small baggy of meth in her purse in her car at the Drury Dam Park. She also allegedly had a silver colored marijuana grinder, a baggy containing marijuana, and a glass smoking pipe.•••••Bryce Ryan Shivers, born in 1985, currently at the Sumner County jail in Wellington was charged with theft, a Class A misdemeanor; and forgery, a level 9 felony.Shivers is accused sometime during the month of December of taking a checkbook from his step father’s account at Wellington’s Bank of Commerce and then gave some of the checks to his friends to use as they saw fit and also forged a check himself.Then on Dec. 12, allegedly at the Wellington Jumpstart, he forged a $30.71 check.•••••Jordyn Ferguson of Wellington was charged with driving under the influence which would be his third offense if convicted which would require 90 days in jail and a maximum one-year sentence, and mandatory minimum fine of $1,750.Ferguson was convicted in Sumner County District Court in June 2013 and Wellington Municipal Court in June 2013.He is also being charged with circumvention of ignition interlock, a Class A misdemeanor.••••James Gressel, born in 1993, of Wellington was charged with driving while suspended, a Class B misdemeanor; no proof of insurance, a Class B misdemeanor; expired tag, a misdemeanor; possession of Methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Gressel is accused on Feb. 6 of driving a 2006 Pontiac Sunfire at a time when his legal driving privileges were suspended or revoked while his driver’s license was suspended.When apprehended Gressel also allegedly had no proof of insurance, expired tag, possession of meth, and two small plastic baggies containing meth.His court deposition is set for Feb. 19.•••••Mikel Edwards, born in 1974, of Wichita was charged with having a tag not assigned to vehicle, a misdemeanor; theft, a Class A misdemeanor; possession of methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony; possession of marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Edwards is accused on Feb. 8 of driving his 1994 Honda Accord to the casino with a tag assigned to a different vehicle with a different owner. He also allegedly had a small baggy of meth inside a small container in his coat pocket and a marijuana cigarette in the backpack in his vehicle.His court deposition is set for Feb. 19.last_img read more

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