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Real Salt Lake’s Sam Johnson suspended after alleged shooting at his party

Real Salt Lake forward Sam Johnson was suspended from the team and prohibited from all activities after a shooting took place at a party at his home earlier this month, according to the Salt Lake Tribune.

Johnson, 27, is in his second year with RSL. He was the second-leading scorer on the team last season with nine goals, his first in MLS.

The league is currently investigating the incident. 

“The team and league are aware of the incident and are currently conducting an investigation,” RSL said in a statement, via the Salt Lake Tribune. “In accordance with health and safety protocols, the player is prohibited from engaging in any team-related activity. We will have no further comment until the conclusion of the League’s investigation.”

Johnson allegedly throws house party amid COVID-19

Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which is trending up across the country, Johnson allegedly threw a house party at

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Ohio State student killed in shooting near frat house; suspect arrested

A teen has been arrested in the shooting death early Sunday of an Ohio State University student after an altercation outside an off-campus frat house, according to reports.

Columbus police said they found the victim Chase Meola, 23, in an alley next to the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house.

Officers responded shortly after 2 a.m. for a report of shooting.

OHIO STATE PLAYER OUT OF HOSPITAL AFTER WEEKEND SHOOTING

Mug shot for Kinte Mitchell, 18.

Mug shot for Kinte Mitchell, 18.
(Franklin County Sheriff’s Office)

Police said Kinte Mitchell Jr., 18, was arrested a few blocks away and charged with killing Meola, The Columbus Dispatch reported.

“Reports indicate that individuals were asked to leave a house party in the area, and an altercation occurred outside,” they said.

Police said Mitchell was not a Ohio State student and they were trying to determine how he wound up at the party.

ILLINOIS COLLEGE SHOOTING SUSPECT SURRENDERS IN CHICAGO,

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Man flees to gas station, hides in bathroom after shooting woman in Park View, IA

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    PARK VIEW, IA (WQAD ) — Christopher Halford is in Scott County Jail after police say he shot a women in a Park View apartment. Scott County Sheriff’s Department says he then ran to a nearby Casey’s where he barricaded himself in a bathroom Thursday morning, September 24.

Halford is charged with assault and displaying a dangerous weapon along with willful injury.

According to the Scott County Sheriff’s Department, the incident started at an apartment on Manor Drive where a woman was shot in the torso. The shooter then fled to Casey’s on Scott Park Road, which was about a half-mile away.

Scott County Sheriff’s Department one of their deputies happened to be pulling into the Casey’s when he saw Halford run inside.

“He was actually able to put eyes on the suspect, make commands, and for him to not cooperate with those

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Sheriff: 1 wounded in shooting at haunted house

CHINA GROVE, N.C. — One person was wounded in a shooting at a Halloween haunted house attraction in North Carolina on Saturday, authorities said.

Investigators arrested five juveniles and seized three guns after responding to a report of shots fired at the Reaper’s Realm haunted house in China Grove, the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.

The Charlotte Observer reports that fights broke out among a crowd of about 1,000 people at the attraction, a scene that the sheriff’s office described as “chaotic.”

“Deputies had to deal with multiple large and small groups of persons that were fighting each other, and there were some shots fired by persons at the event,” the news release said.

One person was treated at a hospital for a gunshot wound on one of his feet, the sheriff’s office said. The person has been released from the hospital.

“This victim said that

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Veteran caterer comes back from shooting, revives Wendy’s House of Soul amid pandemic

Wendy Puckett, a veteran Minneapolis cook and caterer, is resilient.

She survived being shot with a pellet gun last fall, which put her in the hospital and temporarily forced the closing of her popular Wendy’s House of Soul restaurant.

Then, the coronavirus outbreak came along, disrupting business again. Last month, the restaurant lost its lease on W. Broadway, prompting a move and a reopening a mile away.

“I’m praying this will [turn out] a good year,” Puckett said. “We plan. We work hard. I live one day at a time.”

Puckett has chosen to deal with adversity with an offensive led by love for her neighbors — and good food.

Puckett, 49, works with her sister, Heather Warfield, 47, who serves as chief financial officer for the business. They and some of their 15 employees worked tirelessly for two weeks to clean, install equipment, paint and otherwise prep the new

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Puckett comes back from shooting, revives Wendy’s House of Soul amid pandemic



a person standing in front of a computer: Owner Wendy Puckett of the expanding House of Soul cafe and caterer in north Minneapolis said she is praying for a better year as a difficult 2020 winds down.


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Owner Wendy Puckett of the expanding House of Soul cafe and caterer in north Minneapolis said she is praying for a better year as a difficult 2020 winds down.

Wendy Puckett, a veteran Minneapolis cook and caterer, is resilient.

She survived being shot with a pellet gun last fall, which put her in the hospital and temporarily forced the closing of her popular Wendy’s House of Soul restaurant.

Then, the coronavirus outbreak came along, disrupting business again. Last month, the restaurant lost its lease on W. Broadway, prompting a move and a reopening a mile away.

“I’m praying this will [turn out] a good year,” Puckett said. “We plan. We work hard. I live one day at a time.”

Puckett has chosen to deal with adversity with an offensive led by love for her neighbors — and good food.

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