Facebook Pinterest Google+ Twitter Google+ Pinterest (Photo Supplied/St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Office) (Photo Supplied/St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Office)Two people were arrested in St. Joseph County Wednesday after a traffic stop lead to a drug bust.It began just before 2 a.m. when an officer spotted a suspicious vehicle driving slowly through a hotel parking lot. The officer conducted a traffic stop on the 2003 Chevy Blazer and discovered the driver did not have a valid driver’s license.Jason Cochran, 43 of South Bend, was also wanted on a 2 County Felony Warrant out of Cass County, Michigan.(Photo Supplied/St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Office)The officer searched Cochran’s vehicle and found $1,525 in cash, .75 pounds of methamphetamine, multiple paraphernalia items including two baby bottles made into meth pipes, and multiple driver’s licenses, credit cards and social security cards belonging to various people.Cochran was arrested on preliminary charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deal and Operating a Motor Vehicle Without Ever Obtaining a License.The vehicle’s passenger, Stephanie Fugate, 43 of Mishawaka, was also arrested on a preliminary charge of Possession of Paraphernalia. WhatsApp TAGSarrestedbustdrugIndianaJason CochranmethmethamphetamineSt. Joseph CountyStephanie Fugate Facebook WhatsApp By Brooklyne Beatty – January 28, 2021 3 594 Twitter Two arrested in St. Joseph County drug bust IndianaLocalNews Previous articlePlymouth man, 28, arrested on multiple child pornography countsNext articleInmate captured after escaping into hospital ceiling Wednesday Brooklyne Beatty
French offshore vessel owner Bourbon confirmed that the death of the fourth crew member following the sinking of the AHTS Bourbon Rhode in the Atlantic Ocean on September 26.The body of the seafarer was discovered on October 1 and transferred on the French Navy’s Ventôse frigate.“On behalf of BOURBON, I would like to express our condolences to the family and friends of the deceased seafarer. We are at their side to accompany them through this terrible ordeal,” Cyrille Le Bris, BOURBON Crisis Cell Director, said.Over the past 7 days, an extensive search operation has been implemented by the CROSS French West Indies-Guyana and the French Navy, under the authority of the Prefect representing the State’s maritime authority, with the support of the American authorities.Significant maritime and air resources continue their search for the remaining seven missing seafarers.Bourbon Rhode sank after it was hit by a category four hurricane. Mobilized rescue teams earlier recovered a lifeboat with 3 crew members inside.At the time of the incident there were a total of 14 seafarers aboard Bourbon Rhode.
Mumbai: She came to WWE at a time when female wrestlers were mostly considered divas but Paige broke the stereotype, fighting perceptions and drawing home a larger point: that women can wrestle too. Paige, real name Saraya-Jade Bevis, has emerged as one of the biggest female wrestlers in WWE but she says initially she did not realise how “male dominated” the sport was.“But the WWE never held the women back. It was actually more of the fans not taking them very seriously. They wanted to see more male characters, many years ago. That’s what they wanted. It was a male dominated sport,” Paige told PTI.The 26-year-old says things were dramatically different when she was in FCW (Florida Championship Wrestling). “There were only five women there and 70 men. There was a lot of struggle but WWE believed in us so much.” Paige is considered a key figure in bringing ‘women’s revolution’ in the ring, aided by her NXT Women’s Championship in 2013 which gave a platform to several other female wrestlers to show their talent.“When I got into the ring with the them, I wanted to prove myself and prove to the WWE, the fans and the male wrestlers that the girls can have really good matches and sometimes even better,” she says. “It was my kind of my mission from the get go to start doing that… A lot of the girls started to come out of their comfort zone and more female wrestlers were getting signed too. Now of course there’s a revolution which is incredible,” she adds.Also read | Watch – WWE’s Stephanie McMahon dancing to ‘Humko tumse pyaar hain’ from Ishq is mind-blowingPaige now has her life chronicled on the big screen in “Fighting With My Family”, a rousing comedy about dreams and identity directed by Stephan Merchat, co-writer and co-helmer of the popular British sitcom “The Office”. The film shows how Paige, who was born into a tight-knit wrestling family, is ecstatic when she and her brother Zak get an opportunity to try out for WWE but only Paige earns a spot in the competitive training programme and she must now leave her family and face the new, cut-throat world alone.Paige says growing up in a family of wrestlers was “normal” for her but often people around her were left amused. “Zak and I have been surrounded by wrestlers our entire life. Everyone else thought it was a peculiar thing, it was kind of weird. But we didn’t care. We loved wrestling and didn’t care what people thought. That’s also what the movie talks about: we didn’t care about people’s opinions,” she says.The film features actor Florence Pugh as Paige and has been produced by Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock, who also features in a special appearance. Johnson is by far the most popular WWE superstar, who branched out of professional wrestling and became a global name thanks to his blockbuster movies.For Paige, there’s a lot to learn from Johnson’s journey, who, she says, “branded himself so correctly” with his motto of “staying humble and hungry.” “Wrestling doesn’t last forever. Bodies of wrestlers are not capable to wrestle forever. So you do think ‘what am I going to do next after this.’ He was so smart, he built a brand.“People got to know a different part of him apart from the wrestling. His journey is so inspirational. Like how he came to America with seven bucks in his pocket and now he’s the biggest star in the world. I learnt from him that you’ve to be true to yourself and you can achieve anything.” “Fighting With My Family” releases in the US on February 14 and will open in Indian market in early March. For all the Latest Sports News News, WWE Wrestling News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.