Associated Press Published 11:05 AM EDT May 14, 2019 Concord, N.H. – A judge set bail at $50,000 for a former New England Patriots player accused of violating a protective order. Greg Spires says he is innocent in a video arraignment Monday from jail in Concord, New Hampshire. The 44-year-old Spires, of Cypress, Texas, was a defensive end in the National Football League who played for the Patriots from 1998-2000. He remained in the NFL until 2007, playing one season for the Cleveland Browns and six for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Concord Monitor reports the stalking petition granted Thursday says Spires isn’t to be within 500 feet (152 meters) of his daughter. His daughter says Spires showed up for her high school sporting event, even though she hasn’t seen or talked to him in years. Police say Spires went to the school Friday. … [Read more...] about Former NFL player says he’s innocent of stalking violation
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Some Colorado Springs City Council candidates in the April 2 election have faced restraining orders, financial struggles or both. The Gazette searched El Paso County and 4th Judicial District court filings and other records for cases involving the 11 city council candidates, vying for three at-large seats, and the four mayoral candidates.The following was found during background checks for council candidates Randy Tuck, Regina English, Tony Gioia, Wayne Williams, and Gordon Klingenschmitt and mayoral candidates Lawrence Martinez and Juliette Parker. The rest of the candidates did not have noteworthy local criminal or civil records, The Gazette found. Randy Tuck Tuck, retired after a more than 30-year career in the construction industry, has been taken to court by collections agencies and other companies more than a dozen times in the past decade. Since 2010, judgments or default judgments have been entered against him for debts totaling more than $30,000, according to … [Read more...] about Financial troubles, protective orders in Colorado Springs candidates’ pasts
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Updated 2:49 pm PDT, Tuesday, September 11, 2018 This undated photo provided by the Multnomah County Sheriff's office shows Eli Richey. Richey has been jailed for allegedly violating a stalking order obtained by Portland police chief Danielle Outlaw after she saw him approach and videotape her while standing outside City Hall during the city-sponsored Hip Hop Day. (Multnomah County Sheriff's Office via AP) less This undated photo provided by the Multnomah County Sheriff's office shows Eli Richey. Richey has been jailed for allegedly violating a stalking order obtained by Portland police chief Danielle Outlaw after she ... more Photo: Uncredited, AP Photo: Uncredited, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 This undated photo provided by the Multnomah County Sheriff's office shows Eli Richey. Richey has been … [Read more...] about Cop watcher charged with violating stalking order
The Colorado baker from the Supreme Court case over a cake for a same-sex wedding is at the center of a new lawsuit — this time over a cake for a transgender woman.Jack Phillips is the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop. On Tuesday, he filed a lawsuit against the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, the state's attorney general and the governor. He says the state of Colorado "has been on a crusade to crush [him] because its officials despise what he believes and how he practices his faith."Let's take this from the top: In 2012, Phillips refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple. The couple filed a complaint with Colorado's Civil Rights Commission, which ruled in their favor.Phillips fought the ruling, and the case ended with a narrow Supreme Court decision in June. The high court said the commission showed "hostility" toward Phillips and violated his First Amendment rights. The new case stems from a June 2017 cake order. Autumn Scardina called the … [Read more...] about Colorado Baker Is Going To Court Again After Refusing A Cake Order