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Police investigate after cheerleading coach found stabbed to death in his home

first_imgThe Miami-Dade Police Department is currently investigating the death of a cheerleading coach who was found dead of multiple stab wounds in his apartment.Authorities say Joany Lobo, also known as Jojo, was found dead Friday around 3:00 pm after several friends and coworkers contacted his family when he did not show up for work and no one could reach him.When authorities arrived at the apartment on Southwest 125th Avenue, they reported that no one answered the door and that the door was locked.With the help of the fire department, police were able to enter the apartment where they later found the 39-year-old deceased and covered in stab wounds.While not much is known about the case at this time, investigators did report that there was no sign of forced entry and that the killer is believed to have locked the door on the way out of the apartment.SEEKING INFORMATION: On 8/2/19, Joany Lobo was found deceased in the area of SW 125 Avenue and SW 92 Street. Anyone with information is urged to contact @CrimeStopper305 at (305) 471-8477. pic.twitter.com/sqW38qL1Wc— Miami-Dade Police (@MiamiDadePD) August 6, 2019 If you have any information about this incident, you are asked to contact Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477.last_img read more

Syracuse attack leads 16-goal outburst, carries team into ACC tournament final

first_imgCHESTER, Pa. — It was an unusual correlation. As Duke’s Brendan Fowler took over at the faceoff X and secured the Blue Devils nearly as many possessions as he could, the Syracuse attack was somehow able to keep up.“They played for 60 minutes and never gave up,” Duke head coach John Danowski said.After one quarter, Syracuse (10-3, 2-3 Atlantic Coast) trailed on the scoreboard, 5-2, even with a 6-2 faceoff advantage. But as the Orange won just 2-of-15 faceoffs throughout the second and third quarters, its offense netted eight goals and kept itself within striking distance heading into the fourth quarter of its thrilling 16-15 win over the Blue Devils (12-3, 4-1) on Friday in the ACC tournament semifinals at PPL Park.Dylan Donahue efficiently hit all four of his shot attempts, Kevin Rice added a hat trick and three other SU players finished with a pair of goals to carry the SU attack and ultimately complete a miraculous comeback. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Our offense started playing awesome in the second half,” goalie Bobby Wardwell said.Despite SU’s 13 shots on Luke Aaron in the opening frame, only two got past the Duke goalie. But in the second period, the Orange found a rhythm.Midfielder Hakeem Lecky dodged down the right alley and pinpointed the bottom-left corner for SU’s third goal. Not even a minute later, Rice connected on a wraparound goal. SU kicked off the quarter with a 4-0 run. When Duke’s Deemer Class broke the string, Rice and Donahue netted scores to help the Orange jump out to an 8-6 lead with 5:25 left in the second quarter.“I don’t think that Syracuse scored too many goals outside 5 yards,” Danowski said. “They got inside a lot and when they got inside, they made plays.”Although the Blue Devils responded with a run of six unanswered goals, it was still a game going into the fourth quarter.Scores by Nicky Galasso and Donahue — who would net two more in the fourth quarter, highlighted by the game-winner — drew Syracuse within two at 12-10 heading into the stretch run. From there, a string of timely plays by SU’s efficient attack capped the stunning win. Said Rice: “We were playing pretty good offense all day, so we talked about trying to stay patient. Duke’s not a team to hold the ball, so we knew we’d have enough opportunities to work our way back in it.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 25, 2014 at 11:21 pm Contact Phil: [email protected] | @PhilDAbblast_img read more