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Super Bowl champion blasts youth football league after coach faces $500 fine, suspension over big victory

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Two-time Super Bowl-winning wide receiver Torrey Smith tweeted his frustrations Saturday with a Pennsylvania youth football league that allegedly fined and suspended a coach over a team’s big victory.

Smith, who retired from the NFL this season, tweeted the Keystone State Youth Football league, based in Philadelphia, was going to suspend a coach for two games and fine him $500 because the team won a game, 36-0. Smith said the league disciplines the coach if their team wins by more than 30 points.

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“Today’s story of ‘We are building weak children,” Smith wrote. “The youth football team in my wife’s hometown had a game today, they won 36-0. They don’t allow you to win by 31 without some type of punishment. The head coach is now suspended for 2 games and fined $500. ARE YOU KIDING [sic] ME?”

He then added: “@YouthKeystone is trippin!

“1. Kids need to learn how to deal with failure. Don’t want to get smashed? Play better.

“2. Life doesn’t let up. When it rains it pours.

“3. The other kids can’t give their all because there is a rule. ‘Work hard but not too hard’ that’s stupid.

“4. It’s hard to find youth coaches as is but you consider fining a coach $500 an appropriate punishment?

“5. If you truly want to have a slaughter rule simply stop the game. How do you coach or play knowing that you can’t score? That’s just stupid.”

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The coach was identified as Kyle Williams, according to NBC Philadelphia. He is also Smith’s brother-in-law. Williams, who coaches the Conshohocken Golden Bears, told the station that the league’s rules prevent a team from scoring more than 30 points.

“Less than two minutes left I called a timeout because I wanted to pull the starters off the field,” he told NBC Philadelphia. “I put kids in there who normally never played.”

However, a 5-year-old player on his team scored toward the end of the game even though Williams said he ran down the sideline yelling at the child to fall down and not score.

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The president of Williams’ team told the station that it is possible Williams could face punishment when he goes to a hearing in the coming weeks and said the league doesn’t condone the coach’s choice to run the play.

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Pennsylvania home had 85 cats living in ‘deplorable conditions,’ most with untreated wounds and fleas: reports

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An animal shelter pulled 87 pets from a Pennsylvania home earlier this month after authorities deemed the house unfit for human occupancy, according to reports.

Brandywine Valley SPCA, a no-kill admission shelter, said animal protective services officers removed the pets from the Phoenixville home over two days. Phoenixville is about 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia.

Officials cited by Philadelphia’s WPVI-TV said the floor of the home was covered in feces, while most of the cats had fleas and ear mites. Others reportedly had untreated wounds.

An underweight dog, meanwhile, was found with a skin disease that left half of her hairless, officials said. The dog was also blind and suffering from a dental disease that will require a full teeth extraction, the Ashbury Park Press reported.

SPCA said the cats were found to have been socialized. The healthiest found among them would be ready for adoption as early as Thursday, they said.

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“This is a very unfortunate situation of a well-meaning cat lover getting in over her head and not reaching out for help,” said Adam Lamb, SPCA’s CEO. “There’s no excuse for animals to suffer in conditions like this. We need the community to know we’re here to help, and we depend on neighbors, relatives, and friends to report circumstances of concern before conditions get this bad.”

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Animal protective services said they will file charges against the three people living at the Phoenixville home.

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Dog missing for 12 years reunited with owner after being found 1,130 miles away

If dogs could talk, Dutchess would have quite the story to tell.

The 14-year-old toy fox terrier was reunited with her Florida-based owner on Friday after disappearing 12 years ago. The pup was found more than 1,000 miles away from home in Pittsburgh.

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“Dutchess,” a toy fox terrier who had been missing since 2007, was reuinted with its owner on Friday. (Humane Animal Rescue via AP)

Humane Animal Rescue says it found Dutchess under a shed on Monday. She was hungry, shivering and needed a nail trim.

The rescue center used Dutchess’ microchip to locate her owner, Katheryn Strang, who drove roughly 1,130 miles from Boca Raton to Pittsburgh to reunite with her long-lost pet.

The Humane Animal Rescue posted a video of their reunion.

Strang was in disbelief when she heard the news that Dutchess had been found, she said.

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Dutchess escaped one day in 2007 when Strang’s son opened the door to leave for school. At the time, Strang and her family lived in Orlando on a busy street; she assumed Dutchess was either hit by a car or picked up by someone.

Strang said she checked local animal shelters every day after her beloved dog went missing. She also continued to pay the annual microchip fee and update her contact information any time the family moved.

“They are like your babies. You don’t give up hope,” Strang said at a press conference after reuniting with Dutchess, murmuring to her dog: “Where have you been?”

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Penn State alum who wrote DB Jonathan Sutherland to criticize his hairstyle speaks out

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The Penn State alumnus who wrote a “racist” letter to safety Jonathan Sutherland has said that making a racial or cultural statement “was not the intent at all.”

Nittany Lions defensive tackle Antonio Shelton and safety C.J. Holmes posted the letter Sutherland received criticizing his hairstyle to social media on Monday. The letter begged Sutherland to cut his long dreadlocks to look like the “clean cut” men of yesteryear.

Shelton had shared the letter on Twitter with the caption, “One of my teammates got this. Explain to me how this isn’t racist.”

“Though the athletes of today are certainly superior to those in my days; we miss the clean cut young men and women from those days. Watching the Idaho game on TV we couldn’t help but notice you–well– awful hair,” Johnstown, Pa. native Dave Petersen wrote.

“Surely there must be mirrors in the locker room! Don’t you have parents or girlfriend who’ve told you those shoulder length dreadlocks look disgusting and are certainly not attractive,” Petersen continued.

Holmes added: “my teammate got this in the mail today, and tbh Im [sic] at a lost for words.. I also have locs [dreadlocks], Tats, and NFL dreams too, these messages can not be tolerated, this was extremely inappropriate, racially biased, and selfish to feel like you even have a right to send this message.”

Petersen told The Tribune-Democrat he was unaware that his letter had ignited a firestorm on Twitter, with many users accusing him of racial insensitivity. He said that “was not the intent at all. I would just like to see the coaches get the guys cleaned up and not looking like Florida State and Miami guys.”

“It [his letter] wasn’t threatening or anything,” Petersen added. “I was just disgruntled about some of the hairdos that we’re seeing. You think of Penn State as a bunch of clean-cut guys. And you do see many who are clean cut. But the tattoos and the hair– there are a lot of guys with hair coming down their backs and it just looks awful. And it’s the same for the NFL and NBA, too.”

According to The Tribune-Democrat, Petersen is a 1966 Penn State graduate with a degree in speech pathology.

“You will certainly be playing ‘on Sunday’ in the future but we have stopped watching the NFL due to the disgusting, tattoos, awful hair and immature antics in the end zone. Players should act as though they’ve ‘been there before,'” the letter concluded.

Penn State responded to Shelton’s tweet by saying the letter does not align with their values.

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“While we don’t know the source of this letter or the authenticity, obviously its content does not align with our values. We strongly condemn this message or any message of intolerance,” the university tweeted.

The Nittany Lions have won their first five games of the season and are ranked No. 10 in the country. They travel to Iowa to play the No. 17 Hawkeyes Saturday night.

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Pennsylvania homeowner finds naked milk-drinker singing in his kitchen, authorities say

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Police say a Pennsylvania homeowner went to investigate the sound of singing coming from the first floor of his home early Monday morning — only to find a naked man drinking milk in his kitchen.

Erie police said the homeowner heard the singing at around 3 a.m. He grabbed his pistol and headed down the stairs to find the man sitting on his kitchen floor.

The homeowner called the police and the man was taken into custody. Erie police could not immediately be reached for comment, but authorities told the Daily News the suspect appeared to be under the influence of an undisclosed substance and was acting confused.

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The intruder was arrested and charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct. No injuries were reported.

It wasn’t clear how the man entered the home or how long he had been in the residence.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Drexel University to pay nearly $200G after professor used federal grant money at strip clubs, sports bars for 10 years

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A former Drexel University professor spent nearly $200,000 in federal grant funds to bankroll a decade of visits to seedy strip clubs and sports bars in Philadelphia — and prosecutors say the Pennsylvania school now must pay back the misused money.

The Department of Justice announced Monday an agreement with the Philadelphia-based school where Drexel agreed to pay $189,062 to “resolve liability” after it was discovered that Dr. Chikaodinaka D. Nwankpa “submitted improper charges against federal grants.”

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Nwankpa was serving as the head of Drexel’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering when prosecutors said he spent the majority of federal research funds on “gentlemen’s clubs and sports bars.”

The DOJ began their investigation into Nwankpa in 2017 after the university conducted its own probe, discovering that, from July 2007 through April 2017, Nwankpa submitted paperwork against the grants for personal purchases such as iTunes and for “goods and services” provided by Cheerleaders, Club Risque, and Tacony Club–strip clubs in the Philadelphia area.

Nwankpa immediately resigned from his position and repaid $53,328 to Drexel. He was also barred from “federal government contracting” for six months.

“This is an example of flagrant and audacious fraud, and a shameful misuse of public funds.” U.S. Attorney William M. McSwain said in a statement. “The agencies providing these grant funds expect them to be used towards advancements in energy and naval technology for public benefit, not for personal entertainment.”

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The funds used for Nwankpa’s personal interests came from eight federal grants for energy and naval technology-related research received from the Department of the Navy, the Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation.

Nwankpa worked for Drexel for 27 years before his resignation. He has not been charged with a crime.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Drexel University to pay nearly $200G after professor used federal grant money at strip clubs, sports bars for 10 years

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A former Drexel University professor spent nearly $200,000 in federal grant funds to bankroll a decade of visits to seedy strip clubs and sports bars in Philadelphia — and prosecutors say the Pennsylvania school now must pay back the misused money.

The Department of Justice announced Monday an agreement with the Philadelphia-based school where Drexel agreed to pay $189,062 to “resolve liability” after it was discovered that Dr. Chikaodinaka D. Nwankpa “submitted improper charges against federal grants.”

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Nwankpa was serving as the head of Drexel’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering when prosecutors said he spent the majority of federal research funds on “gentlemen’s clubs and sports bars.”

The DOJ began their investigation into Nwankpa in 2017 after the university conducted its own probe, discovering that, from July 2007 through April 2017, Nwankpa submitted paperwork against the grants for personal purchases such as iTunes and for “goods and services” provided by Cheerleaders, Club Risque, and Tacony Club–strip clubs in the Philadelphia area.

Nwankpa immediately resigned from his position and repaid $53,328 to Drexel. He was also barred from “federal government contracting” for six months.

“This is an example of flagrant and audacious fraud, and a shameful misuse of public funds.” U.S. Attorney William M. McSwain said in a statement. “The agencies providing these grant funds expect them to be used towards advancements in energy and naval technology for public benefit, not for personal entertainment.”

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The funds used for Nwankpa’s personal interests came from eight federal grants for energy and naval technology-related research received from the Department of the Navy, the Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation.

Nwankpa worked for Drexel for 27 years before his resignation. He has not been charged with a crime.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Groom rushed into brain surgery on would-be wedding day

A Pennsylvania couple had to put their wedding plans on hold after the groom-to-be was rushed into emergency brain surgery for an abscess on their would-be wedding day.

Timothy Berty, of Pittsburgh, was setting up the firehouse where he volunteers in preparation for the 220-guest wedding reception when he found himself falling asleep on the floor and tables, according to South West News Service, a British news agency.

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The next day, when their rehearsal was scheduled, Berty was talking “gibberish” to his fiancé Jessica, who said she was so preoccupied with the wedding she didn’t think much of his odd behavior, but called his mother to check on him while she was running errands with her own mother.

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Timothy Berty, 25, and Jessica Berty, 30, got married at the hospital while he was recovering from brain surgery. (SWNS)

“Amy called me an hour later and told me that there was something wrong with Timothy and that we needed to take him to the hospital,” Jessica Berty told SWNS.

According to SWNS, the groom-to-be was airlifted to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital, where he was diagnosed with a sinus infection that wasn’t draining due to his deviated septum. Berty said she was told his brain was swelling and at 6:30 a.m., on their scheduled wedding day, he was rushed into surgery to deal with an abscess.

“Honestly, I wasn’t really thinking about the wedding at this point,” she told SWNS. “It was more like, ‘How is this happening? We are supposed to be starting our lives and he could die.’ It was scary and I cried a lot.”

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Sinus infections afflict an estimated 31 million people in the United States each year, resulting in 16 million doctor visits, according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. Symptoms usually include headache, facial pain, runny nose and nasal congestion. In rare cases, if not treated, the infection can spread to the brain, which can be life-threatening. Patients with allergies, structural blockages in the nose or sinuses, or those with weakened immune systems may be at greater risk.

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Timothy Berty hasn’t fully recovered yet, but the couple said they hope the worst is behind them. (SWNS)

Doctors removed the left side of Timothy’s skull to relieve pressure and he was placed in a medically induced coma for two days. Meanwhile, the couple’s parents told the guests to go to the firehouse and enjoy the food and cake that had already been set up.

Timothy wound up spending 23 days in the hospital and was devastated to learn that the wedding hadn’t taken place, SWNS reported. When he woke from the coma, he reportedly told his fiance, “You, me, forever.”

But rather than reschedule their big day, the couple got married at his bedside with the help of a friend who is an ordained minister.

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He was discharged weeks later and in January underwent another surgery to have his skull restored. He’s continuing his recovery and the couple hopes “that the worst is over.”

“Our wedding was really just about us,” Jessica Berty said of their impromptu nuptials. “It wouldn’t have mattered if there were 220 guests or no guests.”

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Bride-to-be walked in on groom-to-be sexually assaulting drunken bridesmaid 2 days before wedding: reports

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A Pennsylvania man was reportedly charged last week with sexually assaulting one of his bride-to-be’s bridesmaids just two days before the scheduled wedding.

The alleged crime reportedly stopped when the bride-to-be entered the room, saw what was happening and started a physical fight with the man.

The wedding party and guests had been celebrating at the Shawnee Inn in Smithfield Township on Aug. 30 when Daniel Carney allegedly pulled the woman into a downstairs locker room and attacked her, according to Scranton’s WNEP –TV.

Carney was charged with involuntary deviate sexual intercourse of an unconscious person and indecent assault.

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Surveillance video allegedly shows Carney taking the victim, who was “extremely unsteady on her feet” into the men’s locker room.

The alleged victim blacked out from drinking and woke up in the locker room with Carney fondling her breast, and with her bikini bottom removed, WNEP reported.

In a phone call after the alleged assault that the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office allowed investigators to listen in on, Carney repeatedly apologizes to his accuser for the alleged assault, blaming himself several times, WNEP reported.

He also admitted to investigators that he assaulted the victim, according to WNEP.

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A friend of the couple told the station that the couple still got married.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Philadelphia middle school students sickened by marijuana-laced Rice Krispies treats: Police

More than a dozen Philadelphia middle school students became ill Friday after intentionally ingesting marijuana-laced Rice Krispies treats, police said.

West Oak Lane Charter School was on lockdown for most of the day as authorities investigated what happened. They said a 12-year-old bought the edibles online and shared them with 15 seventh graders ranging in age from 11 to 13 years old.

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West Oak Lane Charter School in Philadelphia (Google Maps)

“She brought then into the school and shared them with approximately 15 of her classmates,” Philadelphia Police Captain Sekou Kinebrew told Fox 29. “They all appear to be in the seventh grade. They started to show some symptoms of illness, symptoms consistent with ingesting that type of substance.”

The school called the police once officials learned of the incident, Principal Charletta Zeigler told the The Philidelphia Inquirer.

The students were examined at the school and released to their parents. School officials said the scheme to eat the snacks was planned on social media.

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“Social media drives a lot of these kinds of situations,” school CEO Debbera Peoples-Lee told KYW-TV. “Parents absolutely need to be focused and monitoring the social media sites that their children are using.”

An investigation into the incident is ongoing. The student who brought the edibles could face charges.

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