Alabama Law Enforcement Agency(DEKALB COUNTY, Ala.) — An 11-year-old Georgia girl was found dead after she went missing from her aunt’s Alabama home, according to officials.The body of Amberly Barnett was found Saturday morning, DeKalb County Sheriff Nick Welden said.Amberly was last seen on Friday at her aunt’s DeKalb County home, reported ABC Atlanta affiliate WSB-TV.“Due to the current investigation, we are limited on the information we are able to release,” Welden said in a Saturday statement. “I can tell you we are diligently pursuing different avenues and Lord willing we will have answers in the upcoming days.”A sheriff’s office spokesman told ABC News Monday he could not provide more details on the case, including if foul play was suspected.“I couldn’t have asked for a better daughter,” Amberly’s mother, Jonie Barnett, told WSB-TV in an emotional interview on Sunday.“Nobody should bury their 11-year-old child,” Barnett said. “She deserves more than justice. She deserves her life.”Welden said in Saturday’s statement, “Please keep the family in your thoughts and prayers as we move forward during this tragic event.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A man was found stabbed to death behind a Laundromat in Hempstead on Saturday, Nassau County police said.The victim, whose identity is currently unknown, was found dead of multiple stab wounds behind Laundry Palace on Clinton Street.The man was only described as Hispanic and in his late 20s.Homicide Squad detectives are continuing the investigation.Detectives request anyone with information regarding this incident to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.
A member of the Keshi Burial Committee who is also Delta State Commissioner for Information, Mr Patrick Ukah, who revealed yesterday in Asaba that details of the burial arrangements had been made public, said the ceremonies shall hold between Thursday, July 28, and Sunday, July 31.Ukah, said that the funeral for the late soccer icon would kick off in Edo State on Thursday, July 28, 2016 with a Requiem Mass at Saint Paul’s Catholic Church, Airport Road, Benin-City, from 9:00 am. It is to be followed by Lying-in-State at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium, also in Benin-City, at 11:00am.“There will also be a novelty match by All Stars as well as a session of tributes in honour of the late soccer star at the stadium.“The same day, his remains will depart Benin-City for Asaba, Delta State, from 1:15pm”, Ukah noted. On arrival, there will be lying in state ceremony at Stephen Keshi International Stadium, Indoor Hall, Asaba, from 3:15pm, followed by a novelty match by All Stars and Tributes at Stephen Keshi International Stadium, Asaba, from 3:30pm,” Ukah stressed.According to the obsequies released by the burial committee the Service of Songs/Vigil Mass will the same day hold at St John the Evangelist Catholic Church Illah at 6:00pm,On Friday, July 29, 2016 the body leaves Asaba for Illah by 7am, with a brief stopover at the Ogbelani Palace for traditional rites at 8:00am. The late Keshi was a traditional chief of Illah. It is to be followed shortly afterwards by lying-in-state at his family home, Ukpologwu Quarters, Illah, from 8:30am.Also on Friday, a Requiem Mass will take place at St John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Illah, at 10:00am; followed by interment at his family compound, Ukpologwu Quarters, Illah, from 12:30pm while entertainment of guests is to follow at Omorka Primary School Playground from 12:30pm.The burial ceremonies are expected to be rounded off at 10:00am on Sunday, July 31, with a Thanksgiving Mass at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Illah.Meanwhile, activities towards a befitting funeral for the late Nigerian football hero have reached advanced stage with renovation work intensified at Keshi’s country-home at Illah.Keshi died suddenly in Benin-City, Edo State, on June 8, 2016 aged 54 years.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Omon-Julius Onabu in AsabaThe remains of late former Super Eagles Captain and Coach, Stephen Okechukwu Keshi, are to be laid to rest in his hometown, Illah in Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State on July 29, 2016.
Game 4 photos: Luka Doncic, Mavs shock Clippers in overtime Clippers’ Paul George: ‘If I make shots, this series could be a little different’ For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory Mavs coach Rick Carlisle — who opened his pregame videoconference with the media by sharing some history of the anniversary of Nat Turner’s Rebellion, which began Aug. 21 1831 — said he found the footage of the sheriff deputy’s treatment of Ujiri “terrible.”“All the guy wants to do is get with his team to celebrate a championship,” Carlisle said. “It’s a visible, modern-day example of racial injustice and it’s appalling.”BEVERLEY OUT AGAINThe Clippers were forced to go forth without Patrick Beverley again on Friday, as the defensive pest was sidelined for the second consecutive game with a left calf strain — the same injury that kept him out of five of his team’s bubble seeding games.Without him on the floor, the Clippers are 11-11 this season. With him, they’re 39-13.“He’s getting better, I guess, would be the best way to phrase it,” said Rivers, who typically isn’t specific about players’ injuries.This season, the 6-foot-1 guard is averaging 7.9 points, 3.6 assists, 5.2 rebounds and 1.1 steals per game. He’s also shooting 53.3% from 3-point range in the 11 games he’s played since the All-Star break.Second-year shooting guard Landry Shamet got the start in Beverley’s place Friday.Related Articles The lawsuit Strickland filed in February alleged that Ujiri assaulted him and, as a result, that Strickland “suffered injury to his body, health, strength, activity and person, all of which have caused and continue to cause Plaintiff great mental, emotional, psychological, physical, and nervous pain and suffering.”But Ujiri’s countersuit — which includes the Raptors, the NBA and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment as plaintiffs — claims that Strickland falsified the encounter and that he attempted to portray Ujiri as “the initial aggressor,” calling Strickland’s account “a complete fabrication.”Rivers suggested that there’s even more to the video that backs up Ujiri’s claim.“If you’ve seen the whole video, which I don’t think a lot of people have seen yet, the cop was nice, nice, nice and then here comes this one Black man with a suit,” Rivers said. “It’s just really sad. Winning a title is so emotional — I don’t think people who aren’t in (the league) can ever understand it, and to have that taken away, it’s just really sad.” What the Clippers are saying the day after Luka Doncic’s game-winner tied series, 2-2 Clippers coach Doc Rivers said that even before it was released publicly this week, he’d seen the video footage showing the altercation between Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri and a San Francisco-area sheriff’s deputy after the clinching moment of last season’s NBA Finals.“Masai and I are very close,” Rivers said, on Zoom, before the Clippers faced the Dallas Mavericks in Game 3 of their Western Conference first-round playoffs series Friday in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.“He had shared the video with me. It was just sad to see. It was actually very hurtful to watch that video,” the 21st-year coach continued. “A man is at the pinnacle of his career at that moment, you know, walking out on the floor to celebrate with his team. They had just won the NBA championship and he had to be reminded, once again, what his color was. And it’s just so sad.”Also Tuesday, Ujiri reportedly countersued the deputy, Alan Strickland, who is shown on the video shoving the Raptors official and telling him to “back the f— up” as Ujiri attempted to gain access to the court. Clippers hope they can play to their capabilities, quell Mavericks’ momentum Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error