File mugshot image by Jamestown Police.BUFFALO – A City of Jamestown man has plead guilty in connection with a 2019 drug trafficking case.Federal prosecutors say Terrence McRae, 40, plead guilty to possessing with intent to distribute methamphetamine in a Buffalo Courtroom this week.They say McRae could spend a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and see a $1,000,000 fine.In September 2016 McRae was arrested after Jamestown Police raided a Newland Avenue Apartment. Inside the house, investigators allegedly recovered nine plastic wax baggies with skull and Viking hat logos, methamphetamine, marijuana, three suspected alprazolam pills, two cell phone and a black scale.Charges are still pending against co-defendants Richard Kinsey and Brandi Whitford who were also arrested in the raid. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
RelatedPosts Lampard: I still have confidence in Tomori Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Martinez completes £20m Aston Villa move Tammy Abraham has reportedly snubbed talks with Chelsea over a new long-term contract at Stamford Bridge.After spending last season on loan with Aston Villa, Abraham returned to Chelsea, with Frank Lampard using him as his first choice striker. However, in recent weeks he has fallen down the pecking order, with Lampard instead using Olivier Giroud.Since the Premier League restart, he has started just two games and with Timo Werner’s imminent arrival, his opportunities could become even more scarce.Wolves were extensively linked with the Chelsea striker back in January 2019, with Abraham claiming a move was close, although he ultimately remained with Villa.Speaking last season, he said: “I had that situation in January when it looked like I was going to Wolves but the coach (Smith) spoke to me. He said: ‘Stay here, we believe in you, the fans believe in you and we’ll get promoted.’ I’m glad I did.“I’d like to think it (the move) was close. There were certain situations with the FA, something about playing for three teams in one year. Like I said, I don’t take it back. I loved being here, it’s a massive club and it’s an honour to wear the badge.” And transfer expert Ian McGarry has now claimed that the 22-year-old is reluctant to sign a new deal, until he holds talks with Lampard.“Tammy Abraham, Chelsea’s England striker, has turned down the opportunity. interestingly, of talks to extend his contract,” McGarry told Reach’s Transfer Window podcast.“The striker seems to be in no hurry to get a pay rise unusually, given that he is relatively lowly-paid regarding other players in the team.“This is because he activated, by appearances and goals, an extra year on his current five-year deal just in the last seven days but since the restart has not featured as the first-choice for Frank Lampard, and with the signing of Timo Werner, he’s unsure exactly of his game time and indeed his position in the pecking order at Chelsea next season.“Abraham wants to see first of all where he stands, after all he started the season as the undisputed No 1 choice to play up front but that has changed in the last few weeks.” Abraham scored a hat-trick against Wolves as Chelsea ran out 5-2 winners at Molineux in September, three of his 16 goals in all competitions.Tags: Aston VillaFrank LampardTammy AbrahamTimo Werner
Tokyo: Organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics insist construction delays at two key venues will have no impact on preparations for the games, including test events.The Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced last month construction of the Olympic Aquatics Center and the Sea Forest Waterway will be delayed by two months.This led to media reports organizers would have to reshuffle test event schedules.”A recent media report is causing confusion about Tokyo 2020’s test event schedule,” said Tokyo 2020 spokesman Masa Takaya.Also Read | 2020 Tokyo Olympics consider daylight saving to beat heat “Despite the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s announcement last month that construction of the Olympic Aquatics Center and the Sea Forest Waterway will be delayed by two months, both the TMG and Tokyo 2020 can confirm that the construction schedule will have no impact on Games preparations or running test events.”Takaya said the Sea Forest Waterway, which will host rowing, will be completed in May 2019, allowing for the test event to be carried out in August as currently scheduled.The Olympic Aquatics Center, which hosts swimming and diving, is due for completion in February 2020.Tokyo 2020, the TMG and the sports federation are working toward organizing the test events for aquatics in April or later, ensuring no impact to the preparations for the Games-time operations.”Overall, Tokyo 2020 is right on track to deliver the Games in two years’ time,” Takaya said.Read More | Tokyo 2020 official mascots unveiled at ceremony “Our recent report to the IOC Executive Board was well received, and the IOC recognized that Tokyo’s venue preparations are being carried out with an emphasis on project management and quality.”The 2020 Olympics are scheduled to run from July 24 to Aug. 9. For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.