Prosecutor Pam Bondi did not return phone messages seeking comment. Fleeing an officer is a felony, while reckless driving is a misdemeanor. Tampa police said Gooden sped away after his BMW was pulled over for swerving and braking erratically on Aug. 22. Police said his breath smelled of alcohol and his eyes were bloodshot, as he twice refused to get out of the car for a sobriety test. At the time, he was out on bail on a charge of hitting his live-in girlfriend in the face during an argument. He turned himself in Aug. 25. Gooden remained in custody at a Hillsborough County Jail without bond, according to jail records. O’Neal gets assist Gooden, 41, did not appear in court and entered a written plea. His attorney, Peter Hobson, said the new charge was not part of a plea agreement. “We had no role, we did not participate in any way in that decision,” he said. Doc Gooden enters a not guilty plea Prosecutors dropped a drunken driving charge against former baseball star Dwight Gooden, and he pleaded not guilty to fleeing an officer and a new charge of reckless driving after a traffic stop last month. Shaquille O’Neal provided an assist to police over the weekend, trailing a man who allegedly assaulted a gay couple before alerting an arresting officer. The 7-foot-1 Miami Heat center, who is in the process of becoming a Miami Beach reserve officer, was driving on South Beach around 3 a.m. Sunday. He saw a passenger in a car yell anti-gay slurs at the couple, who were walking, said Bobby Hernandez, a spokesman for the Miami Beach Police Department. The man then got out of the car and threw a bottle, hitting one of the pedestrians, who was not seriously hurt. The man got back in the car, which sped off. O’Neal followed, flagging down an officer who made an arrest, Hernandez said. Michael Gonzalez, 18, was arrested on charges of aggravated assault and assault with a deadly weapon. The driver of the car was not charged. O’Neal, who hopes to be a police chief or county sheriff one day, was already being fitted for his Miami Beach police uniform before he helped the police out. “For this incident I don’t want to be credited as an individual who does police work,” O’Neal said in a statement. “I want to be credited as a Miami Beach police officer.” Katrina woes Division I basketball and football players from schools closed by Hurricane Katrina will still have to sit out for a year if they transfer to one of the many colleges that have offered admission, NCAA president Myles Brand said. The NCAA said last month that it would bend some rules to help students and schools deal with the hurricane, including letting students compete without attending classes. But during an appearance at the University of Rhode Island, Brand said the only rule the NCAA would not bend was the one that requires Division I basketball, football and hockey players to sit a one year if they transfer to another Division I school. In other sports, Division I athletes can transfer and play immediately at another Division I school if they receive a release from the original university. Some super cleanup Officials will have to clean and decontaminate the Louisiana Superdome before the stadium’s future can be determined. Superdome officials took their first look at the Superdome on Friday. Those officials said that mounds of trash have been removed from the Superdome’s concourses and the interior is still dark, waterlogged and vile smelling. The New Orleans Arena next door is in better shape, they said. “The first job is to get both buildings cleaned and decontaminated,” Glenn Menard, who manages both buildings, said. “Once we have that done we’ll have the experts go in and tell us what can be done and what can’t be done.” NHL re-vote Saskin has asked the executive board of the NHL Players’ Association to vote again on his five-year deal as the new executive director this time by secret ballot. Despite overwhelming support from player reps during a conference call with the executive board Monday night, Saskin decided to reopen the vote. He wants to end criticism from a small group of players who questioned the process by which Saskin was hired. Ballots were sent to player reps around the league Tuesday morning, and the vote is expected to be completed by the end of the week. Saskin is expected to once again have his deal approved with a huge majority. Williams sentenced Point guard Marcus Williams was given 18 months probation and ordered to perform 400 hours of community service for his role in the theft of four computers from a campus dormitory. Under the accelerated rehabilitation program for first-time offenders, Williams will have no criminal record if he successfully completes his probation. “It was foolish. It was selfish,” Williams told Superior Court Judge Marcia Gleeson. “I’d like to apologize to the four women involved. I’d like to apologize to the students on campus. I’d like to apologize to my coaches, my teammates, my family and the state of Connecticut.” Long findings released Pittsburgh Steelers lineman Terry Long died from a brain inflammation that resulted, in part, from repeated head injuries suffered while playing football. Long, 45, died at UPMC Passavant Hospital on June 7, a few hours after paramedics found him unconscious at his home. An autopsy was inconclusive, but subsequent tests on tissues and fluids taken from Long’s body yielded the findings released Tuesday. Long died of an inflammation of the lining of the brain, said Joseph Dominick, chief deputy coroner in Allegheny County. A contributing factor was “chronic traumatic encephalopathy” also known as dementia pugilistica a condition most often seen among career boxers. Fritsch dies Fritsch, who went from Austrian soccer player to place-kicker for the Dallas Cowboys, died. He was 60. Peter Klingelmueller, a spokesman for Rapid Vienna, the soccer club on which Fritsch played for 14 years, confirmed Fritsch’s death. The Austria Press Agency reported that Fritsch collapsed and died of heart failure in Vienna after eating at a restaurant. Fritsch played in nine matches for the Austrian national soccer team and, in 1965, scored two goals for Austria as it defeated England 3-2 in London. Six years later, soccer-style kickers were becoming popular in the NFL and the Cowboys sent scouts to Europe in search of strong-legged soccer players who could be taught to boot footballs. Fritsch also kicked for San Diego, Houston and New Orleans in the NFL. Truex fined Busch Series champion Martin Truex Jr. was penalized $10,000 and 25 points by NASCAR for using an obscene gesture during last week’s race. The punishment tightens Truex’s hold on the Busch points lead he now holds just a 69-point advantage over Clint Bowyer with seven races left this season. Truex was side-by-side with Mike Wallace late in Friday night’s race at Richmond International Raceway when Wallace pinched Truex into the wall. The contact tipped Truex’s car onto its right side, where it traveled around part of the track on just two tires. Olowokandi acquitted Indianapolis judge acquitted Minnesota Timberwolves center Michael Olowokandi of misdemeanor charges of criminal trespass and disorderly conduct at a downtown nightclub last fall. Olowokandi was arrested about 3 a.m. on Nov. 25 after he refused to leave Tiki Bob’s and had to be subdued by police with a stun gun. He was held overnight in jail and released in the morning. Olowokandi said he was trying to retrieve a sweatshirt from the club. He was acquitted by Judge William Nelson in a bench trial in Marion Superior Court. May has surgery Bobcats forward Sean May had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee and will not be ready to play when training camp begins next month. May, the former North Carolina star selected 13th overall in the NBA draft, is expected to be ready in time for Charlotte’s Nov. 2 season opener. Connor to practice Penn State linebacker Dan Connor is welcome again at practice after serving a university punishment for allegedly making harassing phone calls, coach Joe Paterno squelched questions about the sophomore’s status with the team. “Forget Connor. I’m not telling anything. I don’t know what I’m going to do,” Paterno said. “I haven’t gotten the slightest idea. … honest.” Troy Smith will start at quarterback for No. 9 Ohio State on Saturday against San Diego State, while Justin Zwick the starter the first two games this season has been relegated to the sideline. Kleco in accident New York Jets player Joe Klecko accidentally hit and killed a man while driving on the Major Deegan Expressway in the Bronx, police said. The 51-year-old Klecko was heading south at about 8:30 p.m. Monday in a 2005 Chevy Suburban when he struck the man, who was pushing a grocery cart, police said. Ray Peterson, 65, was pronounced dead at the scene. 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2103 Liu Qiangdong is in the past, a lot of emotion, for the upcoming 2014, Liu Qiangdong is smug. For 2013, Liu Qiangdong think the biggest inspiration is to find the mobile terminal itself is not enough to constitute a separate Internet portal. If there is no strong background support, it is difficult to transform the mobile Internet traffic into real business value.
and for the near future in 2014 or not, Liu Qiangdong firmly believe that the demand from the mobile terminal to occupy a dominant position, it is only a matter of time. While the mobile Internet plus product design + data mining + cloud computing platform, will greatly expand our knowledge on the user experience. Who can creatively apply the power of movement, who is likely to win the next revolution to master the password".
is about to pass in 2013, for China’s e-commerce market practitioners, is a memorable year.
following in 2012, China’s online retail sales exceeded one trillion yuan mark, in this year, China will surpass the United States to become the world’s largest electricity supplier market. According to Bain, an international consulting firm, predicts that China’s online shopping market is expected to maintain an average annual growth rate of 32% in 2015 will reach $3 trillion and 300 billion. The iResearch is expected in 2013 the Chinese market is expected to grow by 42% in the year to 2016, the market size of the online shopping market will be more than $3 trillion and 600 billion.
China has nearly 600 million of Internet users, is the world’s largest Internet users in the country, which is the most important electricity supplier development of our soil, but also our greatest happiness. Coupled with China’s overall economy is still good for a long time, in the future can be expected, China’s largest electricity supplier status should not waver.
of course, the explosive growth of online shopping market size, but also thanks to the continuous innovation of the industry. Including Jingdong, Ali, including many of the electricity supplier companies, in the past ten years, has always been committed to providing the best online shopping services for the world’s online shopping users in china. Such as the Jingdong in 2010 the first "211" limit of service (at 11 in the morning before the order served on the day before 11 pm, 15 single day service) has become one of the world’s electricity supplier industry distribution service benchmark, greatly released online purchasing. Ali online payment innovation, but also for all to see.
large pattern has been set, moving undetermined
2013, for Jingdong is also of far-reaching significance. The company not only smooth the standard, registered users also break through the one hundred million mark, the transaction will be the first time exceeded 100 billion yuan, in the establishment of the occasion of the anniversary of the birth of a beautiful report card ten. In the case of increasing volume, Jingdong still maintained a two times the overall growth rate of the industry. In this year, we also completed the review of enterprise values, improve the system of building and management talents, ready for the Jingdong second ten years of sailing, it has injected new impetus.
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The Nth Power has announced their 6th annual ‘Last Hoorah’ at the Blue Nile in New Orleans, LA. In addition to being one of the best new traditions during Jazz Fest, taking place on the Monday after the two-week marathon, the touring trio will invite its original members up to the stage for a one-night-only reunion affair.Joining drummer Nikki Glaspie, guitarist/vocalist Nick Cassarino, and bassist Nate Edgar once again will be Nigel Hall (Lettuce) on vocals/keys and Weedie Braimah (Trombone Shorty) on percussion.Due to the annual show’s unique timing, it has become one of the best traditions to come out of Jazz Fest–as most musicians, promoters, and industry professionals are finally “off the clock” and able to enjoy music and relax.Tickets are on sale now, but will not last long. Click here for more information.
The newspaper news (reporter Momoco): Recently, according to some online super girls fans reflect whether the landing "Http:// He Jie.CN", or "Http:// Zhou Bichang.CN", pointing to neither of the two super star website is not the final days of entertainment website, which is actually an unidentified so-called "web crawler".