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July 11, 2000 | by Dave Racher, Daily News Staff Writer
Who was that 29-year-old guy at the bar of the court? The face was familiar, but prosecutors didn't recognize the name. He said he was Nathan Houser when he pleaded guilty yesterday to a $12 shoplifting charge. The name didn't ring any bells. But the confusion was understandable. Houser, it turned out, has used 25 names in his numerous brushes with the law, said Assistant District Attorney Emily Singhota. Cops call him "Nate the Skate. " He is certainly no stranger to the criminal-justice system.
SPORTS
April 9, 2011 | By BOB COONEY, cooneyb@phillynews.com
Following the 76ers' shootaround yesterday morning at the Wells Fargo Center, the players made their way to the locker room to get dressed and head home. One player was going against the traffic, heading out to the court to do some shooting. Guard Lou Williams, who is nursing a strained right hamstring that he injured last Saturday in Milwaukee, went out to the court with trainer Kevin Johnson at his side, just to see how the injured hamstring is progressing. Williams stayed on the court between 5 and 10 minutes, taking some stand-still shots.
SPORTS
August 5, 1997 | By Michael Rosenberg, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The Rutgers football team will open its newcomers' camp today, but one of the most notable newcomers won't participate. Kevin Sinclair, a recruit who finished his Ocean City High career as South Jersey's all-time leading rusher, has been excused from the camp by coach Terry Shea. Sinclair was arrested July 1 and charged with possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana. The player is awaiting a court date next Tuesday. Sinclair, 19, was arrested on the corner of 6th Street and Ocean Avenue in Ocean City after police smelled marijuana smoke.
NEWS
December 29, 1989 | By Dave Racher, Daily News Staff Writer
A lawyer defending an alleged drug dealer has unveiled a novel defense: He says the courts shouldn't waste time trying drug dealers who beat or kill other pushers. "It's a disgrace for the commonwealth to come in here and say it wants to protect these poor, misguided drug dealers," said attorney Norris E. Gelman yesterday. Gelman said dealers put themselves "outside the protection of the law," and shouldn't be allowed to come to court and say, "Protect me, my drug deal went bad. " Gelman spoke at a preliminary hearing for his client and a co-defendant accused of beating a fellow drug dealer last year.
SPORTS
April 6, 1999 | Daily News Wire Services
Whom is to blame for Jerome Brown's death in 1992: the Eagles' Pro Bowl defensive tackle himself, or the people who designed the air-bag system in his Corvette? Starting today in a Macomb County, Mich., court, lawyers will litigate that contentious issue. The defendant in the civil trial will be General Motors Corp., millions of dollars will be at stake and the list of witnesses expected to testify includes former Eagles teammate Reggie White. Brown, 27, and his 12-year-old nephew died June 25, 1992, in Brooksville, Fla., after his 1991 Corvette ZR1 skidded off the road, became airborne and struck a tree and utility pole.
SPORTS
June 11, 1993 | By Mayer Brandschain, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Sixth seed Bill Birnie of Yardley won the last five games to defeat Jim Breech of Bridgeton, N J., 7-5, 3-6, 6-2, and reach the quarterfinals of the Philadelphia Clay Court Tennis Championship last night at the Cynwyd Club. Lengthy, well-placed exchanges marked the three-hour contest. Breech was seeded 12th. Third seed Chuck Herak of Wilmington also gained the quarterfinals, earning a 6-4, 6-0 victory over 11th-seeded Peter Arciero. Joe Simone rallied for a 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 triumph over fifth-seeded Oleg Slovtsov and gained the third round.
NEWS
April 9, 1992 | By Robert F. O'Neill, SPECIAL TO THE INQUIRER
A dispute among Collingdale Borough officials over the right to examine police personnel records is headed for the courts, with both sides poised to file lawsuits. The Borough Council voted, 5-2, Monday night to authorize its solicitor to take "whatever legal action is necessary" to gain unlimited and unrestricted access to the files of any full- or part-time member of the Police Department. On the other side, Mayor Frank Kelly revealed at the same meeting that Police Chief Robert Morris was suing Councilman James Powers and Borough Solicitor Henry Fitzpatrick, charging them with threatening to get him fired.
SPORTS
March 24, 2000 | By Melissa Geschwind, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
With everything that has swirled around John Allen this season, no one has so much as whispered a word calling into question his basketball skills. Allen, a Coatesville junior, averaged 22.7 points per game this season, and netted his 1,000th point in the 11th game of the season. He contributed 11 rebounds per game and scored 30 points apiece in two of the Red Raiders' four PIAA state Class AAAA playoff games. For his excellence on the court, Allen is The Inquirer's Chester County boys' basketball player of the year.
NEWS
September 29, 1995 | by Paul Maryniak, Daily News Staff Writer
The city's top court administrator has been prohibited from "abusing, harassing and/or threatening" his wife under a protection-of-abuse order issued yesterday. Geoff Gallas also is forbidden to harass relatives of his wife, Denise Gallas, who had sought the protection order Friday. "The defendant, Geoffrey Gallas, shall refrain from abusing, harassing and/or threatening the plaintiff, Denise Gallas, or placing her in fear of abuse in any place where she may be found," says the order by Common Pleas Judge Thomas Watkins, who made it effective until Sept.
NEWS
December 4, 1986 | By Jeff Hurvitz, Special to The Inquirer
Sometime during the off-season, a decision was made at Archbishop Wood that could have a profound effect upon the Vikings' chances this season in the Catholic League Northern Division. When the school realized it would replace its creaking, warped Warminster floor, it didn't suspect that a displaced persons' report would have to be filed. But as the new basketball season approaches, the Vikings are indeed leading a nomadic existence, bouncing from Archbishop Ryan to Bishop Egan to Wood's girls' court, in search of a practice facility.
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