Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York An 11-year-old boy was charged with juvenile delinquency for allegedly bringing an unloaded handgun to the Tangier Smith Elementary School in Mastic Beach on Wednesday, Suffolk County police and school officials said.A fellow student who discovered the non-functional firearm at dismissal told a teacher and police were then called to the scene, authorities and school officials said. The student, whose identity was not released because of his age, brought the gun to school in his backpack, police said.“At no point were students and staff in danger,” the William Floyd School District officials said in a statement on the district’s website.The boy was released to the custody of his parents. He will also face disciplinary actions, but school officials noted that federal law prohibits them from releasing exactly what those actions will be.The boy’s father—whose name was also not released to protect the child’s identity—was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and endangering the welfare of a child.Both ware scheduled to appear at Suffolk County court at a later date.Seventh Squad detectives are continuing the investigation.
His representative Necdet Ergezer told AS the contacts he has had with the Spanish clubs. The Turkish agent described the approaches as an investment regarding the future: “Mustafa Kapi is a free player, we can sign with any club for the summer. There is only a reasonable price for the training compensation that has to be paid. The managers of the Spanish clubs They have contacted us through Kapi. Atlético seemed very interested before the coronavirus pandemic crisis. They also call us from Valencia, Villarreal, Celta de Vigo, Real Sociedad because they know the player’s transfer conditions. His style is very suitable for the Spanish league. “ Several teams in the Spanish league follow in the footsteps of young Mustafa Kapi, the very young talent of Galatasaray. At only 17 years old, he is one of the young men with the most projection in the Turkish youth academy. A versatile player, he can perform in various positions in midfield. His favorite position is that of a midfielder, but of an offensive nature. You can also occupy the right wing or the attacking midfielder. Galatasaray youth squad, is now on the sidelines of the first team because he did not accept the renewal that Galatasaray has offered him. His contract expires on June 30, so he can sign as a free player from that date with the team he wants.Kapi attracts attention for his technique and intelligence on the field, he has also become the youngest player to play in the first team in an official match in the history of Galatasaray. He did so when he was 16 years old, he entered the game in the final minutes of the match against Sivasspor in the Turkish league on December 22, 2018. The midfielder has stated that his goal is to play at the highest level of European football, in one of the big leagues, and for this reason he has not renewed the contract with his club.
– heist caught on surveillance camerasA 15-year-old boy was hospitalised after he was shot in the face by armed bandits on Sunday afternoon at a mechanic shop in South Ruimveldt Gardens, Greater Georgetown.The mechanic shop the three gunmen stormedAccording to the Police, the robbery occurred about 14:00h.The teenager identified as Jamal Lewis, of Wren Avenue, South Ruimveldt, Georgetown, is an employee of the mechanic shop. He was rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital, where he was admitted in “serious” condition.According to Police spokesman Superintendent Jairam Ramlakhan, Lewis had scuffled with one of the bandits during the robbery and one round from the bandit’s firearm hit him in the face.“The employees were robbed of cellular phones and a small amount of cash. The suspects escaped in a silver Spacio, registration number unknown,” the Police spokesman added.The property, which also houses a base of the Green Ice Taxi Service, has surveillance cameras which captured the entire robbery.The video footage, which was handed over to the Police, revealed the car circled the area twice before its occupants pulled off the daring robbery.Reports reaching this publication informed that the men upon exiting the vehicle ran into the mechanic shop and held its occupants at gunpoint, relieving them of their valuables.According to persons at the mechanic shop, one of the men gun-butted Jamal, causing the weapon to discharge a round, which hit the teenager.The men did not manage to cart off any cash from the business itself.Police are continuing their hunt for the suspects.