New England Patriots wide receiver Michael Floyd has pleaded guilty to second offense extreme drunken driving and been sentenced to 24 days in jail.According to FOX10 Phoenix, Floyd’s guilty plea will land him 120 total days in total jail time, with 24 of those set to be spent at the Maricopa County Jail. Not too late to get a flu shot, CDC says
Most of the flu sufferers this year have contracted H3N2, a strain of the virus known to be particularly hard on the elderly. In a separate report, Lenee Blanton, MPH, of the CDC, characterized influenza activity as “moderate” so far this year. Floyd will now hit free agency off a poorly timed bad season, the possibility of significant jail time for his DUI arrest and as a perpetual underachiever since Arizona drafted him 13th overall in 2012.Floyd was arrested the night for December 12 when he was found asleep at the wheel by Scottsdale police. WBZ-TV reports Floyd will also have to serve 96 days of house arrest, pay more than $5,000 in fines, and perform 30 hours of community service. Six other charges against Floyd were dropped, the station reported. Patriots coach Bill Belichick said that the team was “aware of the situation” when they picked him up. Man with rifle and spray paint sparks freakish standoff in Oakland
He is the co-founder and a computer engineer at a computer company called Oakland Microsystems, according to CBS San Francisco . The gunman then exited the home, spray painted eyes on a neighbor’s garage and also spray painted a white vehicle on the street. The arrest led to his release by the Arizona Cardinals.He played three games for the Patriots and was a healthy scratch for the team during both the AFC Championship Game and the Super Bowl. BlackBerry patent lawsuit filed against Nokia, Report
BlackBerry firmly believes that these patents cover an integral part of a mobile telecommunications standard called 3GPP. Nokia has just returned to the smartphone market by launching Nokia 6 but things aren’t going well for the company.