Lawrenceburg, IN-On Friday a Dillsboro man turned himself in at the Dearborn County Jail on charges of possession of child pornography after a warrant was issued for his arrest following an investigation by Indiana State Police Detectives with the Indiana Crimes Against Children Unit.The investigation began in May 2019 when the Indiana State Police were contacted after an internet tip was provided to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. During the course of the investigation, detectives determined that Karl Hoffrogge, age 20, Dillsboro, Indiana had requested and received nude pictures from a juvenile female through a social media site in January and February 2019. According to officials, when the offense occurred, Hoffrogge was an assistant wrestling coach at South Dearborn Middle School in Aurora, Indiana where the victim was a student.After reviewing the investigation, the Dearborn County Prosecutor’s Office issued a warrant for Hoffrogge on one count of possession of child pornography, class 6 felony, and two counts of attempted possession of child pornography, class 6 felonies.Hoffrogge was incarcerated at the Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center pending his initial appearance in the Dearborn County Circuit Court.
MLB All-Star 2019: Home Run Derby matchups ranked The day after the Rangers’ Hunter Pence was removed from the American League roster, the 36-year-old MLB veteran of 13 seasons chose not to dwell on missing out on his first All-Star start over fear of aggravating a groin injury in what amounts to an exhibition.Asked how disappointed he is, Pence gave reporters his answer Thursday (via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram) in three short words: “Not at all.” “Would I thought I even would have the choice to be disappointed about going to an All-Star Game last year in the offseason when I didn’t even have a job, it’s all perspective,” Pence said (via WFAA-TV). “It’s an amazing opportunity that I got selected. I got hurt on the field in a big league game playing as hard as I can and that happens.”#Rangers DH Hunter Pence could be disappointed that his injury will keep him out of the All-Star Game, after he was named a starter last week.Instead, listen to him spit some wisdom… pic.twitter.com/PsEiEFnHrx— Mike Leslie (@MikeLeslieWFAA) July 4, 2019Second, he said, his primary obligation is to be available every day for the Rangers, who at 47-40 enter the weekend before the All-Star break 1 1/2 games out of the second AL wild card spot. He is on the 10-day injured list and was on a rehab assignment Monday at Double-A Frisco when he felt tightness in the groin while running.Now, Pence — .294/.353/.608 with with 15 home runs and 48 RBIs — is expected back when the Rangers open the second half Thursday against the AL West-leading Astros, and he didn’t want to jeopardize being ready by taking a chance in Cleveland. It’s a matter of seeing the big picture, on a couple of levels.First, that he was voted the AL’s starting designated hitter was mind-blowing enough, Pence said, considering the winter he endured as a veteran free agent. Related News MLB All-Star Game 2019: Yankees’ Gleyber Torres added to AL team as injury replacement “I put everything into playing every day,” Pence said. “It’s part of the job. These things happen. It’s still just an honor to go. I would have love to have played, but we’re right of that cusp where I’m so close to being back. The main focus is playing the regular-season games, giving everything we have to make a playoff run and chase the dream of winning a World Series.”Pence will join fellow Rangers All-Stars Joey Gallo and Mike Minor next week in Cleveland for the festivities. (Like Pence, Minor won’t participate because he is scheduled to pitch Sunday).Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts took Pence’s place on the AL roster, and Red Sox DH J.D. Martinez, who finished second to Pence in the fan voting but first in the player vote, was named to replace Pence.Write him in!Congrats on being named a starter for the 2019 All-Star team! ⭐️ pic.twitter.com/dhVEgHXzKP— Red Sox (@RedSox) July 3, 2019
Women’s World Cup 2019: Megan Rapinoe keeps pay-gap conversation going on ‘GMA’ USWNT parade: Women’s World Cup champions celebrate 4th title in New York City Earlier on the show, Zach Ertz was asked if he gets more nervous playing or watching his wife compete, and didn’t hesitate when he gave his answer.”Definitely watching my wife,” he said. “When I’m playing, I feel like I have some semblance of control out there. I feel like if I play well, we’ve got a good chance to win. When I’m watching Julie in the stands, I’m just like everyone else. Hoping that A) she stays healthy and B) that they win. And being in the stands is an unbelievable thing, but it’s definitely more nerve-wracking being up there when it’s 1-1 in the 85th minute seeing how this game’s gonna end because I know my week’s gonna be dictated about pretty much how the game ends. So it’s definitely more nerve-wracking watching.”Check out their appearance below:A HUGE thank you to 2x World Cup Champ @julieertz for stopping by before the @USWNT parade and Super Bowl Champ @ZERTZ_86 for waking up early with us!Zach told us what it was like watching his wife win her second World Cup in France ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/s4e0EfZbtQ— GMFB (@gmfb) July 10, 2019 Women’s World Cup 2019: Eagles’ Zach Ertz defends wife, USWNT against celebration criticism U.S. Senator: No equal pay for USWNT, no federal money for 2026 World Cup “I was standing on the stairs. I was literally out of my seat. [I was told] if you win, the families can go on the field. But it’s Tom Brady, it’s the last second, you have to be aware,” she said. “So I’m like basically watching the game with one foot up on the stairs. I’m in the middle, trying not to block anyone, because I was on the complete other side, so I had to like book it over there just to be there in time to go down — in case. It seriously was like a movie, it was so unreal. … Still it gives me chills.” It’s been a whirlwind of a year for Julie Ertz.Before hitting the streets of New York City for the USWNT’s championship parade Wednesday, Ertz stopped by “Good Morning Football” to discuss her experience at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup and how it compared to cheering on husband and Eagles tight end Zach Ertz at the Super Bowl 52. “When they’re out there, usually I’m pretty fine. I love the Eagles. I love the guys, love their vibe that they have all the time, so I love being there,” she said. “Nothing will be as nervous ever in comparison of being at the Super Bowl. Literally, I’ve never sweat so much in my palms in my entire life. It was freezing there, but I was burning up just excitement. It was an amazing experience.”Ertz, who helped the USWNT retain their title and claim their fourth overall with a 2-0 win over Netherlands in the final on Sunday, recalled the final moments of the big game when she was waiting to rush the U.S. Bank Stadium field, hoping Patriots quarterback Tom Brady wouldn’t spoil the celebration. Related News
training: “We must prioritize health before everything and see how we can advance. We hope that we can return to normal, although we do not know how this will affect the return of the competition. There is some fear among the playersCoronavirus: “When you see most of the players who have been infected, as is the case with Pepe Reina, I spoke to him and he told me how bad it was …”.Charitable initiative: “It started as something small, but it has quickly grown to something nationally and internationally. The most beautiful thing is to see the number of supportive people. We are delighted with how everything is going, and hopefully continue raising funds to accumulate as much money as possible” .Sergio Rodríguez: “A luxury to meet Sergio Rodríguez again in a charity event and made to be close to the canaries who need it the most”. Offers: “I have to speak to the club, I have a contract until June 30. I am open to hear other offers”.Betis: “Betis? I don’t know, a meeting with Chelsea is pending.” Pedro Rodriguez went through the microphones of “The Stringer” of Cadena SER to talk about their future, the possibility of signing for Betis and about their solidarity initiative to help Canarian families disadvantaged by the coronavirus social emergency situation.