Former Jaguars Pro Bowl linebacker Telvin Smith is facing a charge of unlawful sexual activity with a minor, according to multiple reports.Smith was arrested Wednesday at his home in Jacksonville in a raid by sheriff’s officers. Jacksonville television station WJXT showed Smith in custody. Exclusive video of former Jaguars star Telvin Smith in custody at Duval County jail. He’s charged with “unlawful sexual activity with certain minors.” This comes after SWAT raid at his home earlier this afternoon. Live report on @wjxt4 at 6pm. pic.twitter.com/wShn0eaXj8— Vic Micolucci WJXT (@WJXTvic) April 29, 2020The Florida Times-Union reports Smith is in jail in Jacksonville on $50,000 bond.MORE: Smith was irritated by reaction to hiatusESPN reported that Smith is accused of having sex with a 17-year-old girl multiple times in his house and vehicle last September and October. The Jaguars said in a statement that they are aware of Smith’s arrest but “unable to comment further,” citing the ongoing investigation.This is the second raid of Smith’s home in about five months. Officers came to the residence the night before Thanksgiving with a search warrant, the Times-Union noted. Smith’s vehicle was taken at that time. The November raid and Wednesday’s arrest are related, WJXT reported.From raid in November, when sources say investigation began. Should have copy of warrant tomorrow. https://t.co/lMlT4Xl4n5— Vic Micolucci WJXT (@WJXTvic) April 29, 2020Smith, 29, made the Pro Bowl in 2017 with Jaguars, who drafted him out of Florida State in 2014. He announced in 2019 that he would sit out the season. The Jags fined Smith $88,000 for missing minicamp and then placed him in their reserve/retired list before training camp.
As decisive as a nine. Or more, according to the seen. Oblak yesterday received the Koke captain’s armband that was reluctant in inheritance and the Slovenian showed that the Vallecano’s order is not great for him. The hug in the bowels of King Abdullah with Simeone was eloquent. Almost as much as the congratulations he received from the players of Barcelona, Messi, among them. And it is that the Slovenian goalkeeper was the buoy that Atlético embraced and then starred in an act of faith registered trademark of the Simeone team.But first it was Oblak who looked Messi and company in the eye. It fit, yes, but his anthological aggrantation not only kept Atlético in the semifinal race but also collaborated to unsettle Barcelona. Bardhi’s two hands a few days ago were still fresh before the Slovenian began his recital. And that Suarez left a little money with his hip at a quarter of an hour. It had to be taken care of. In the 22 ’he shone before Messi, who finished off at close range. He pulled out his leg to avoid the first. Oblak, the most profitable player.At Atlético they are celebrated like any Morata or Correa goal. And it maintains its status as a more regular player of the team during the last seasons. In addition, there is little doubt that it will be the most profitable signing in the history of the club. It barely cost 16 million and its market value is already at 100 million. Together with the games and the points that have allowed to win. As in Arabia. Griezmann got off an Atletico that Oblak has been defending on fire without giving importance. He almost prefers to talk about the confidence he has in a player who has not yet participated as Saponjic and who arrived like him without making any noise, than the pools of the prizes that are denied. Of course, leaving behind a recital of heritage stops and humanity. Solvent, as always, picking up centers, in 39’ he showed his knowledge of Griezmann. He denied the goal in a very quick exit to leave him with no time or space to locate the shot or to attempt dribbling. In a row, he rightly covered a top shot from Suarez. In the second half he kept the guy, after Messi’s tie. By then Barcelona was already a gale. The Argentine tested him in 55 ‘, with a focused shot and Oblak did not flinch. He pulled placement. Then he closed the Griezmann door again, guessing the petroleum jelly he was trying. They were minutes of suffering and the onslaught of one of the most scoring strikers in the world was slowed in the hands of the Slovenian. JESUS ALVAREZ ORIHUELA & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>FOOTBALL 19 / 20Oblak took this hand by hand from Griezmann.JESUS ALVAREZ ORIHUELA (DIARIO AS) Even fitting conveyed fight will to Barcelona. Griezmann managed to overcome him in 62 ’, by picking up the rebound in the small area after the poster that Oblak made to Suarez in a powerful header. In 66 ‘he repeated to the Uruguayan with a very good hand down. The charrúa seemed to identify the last focus of resistance and maintained two more encounters with the goalkeeper, coming to fear for his physical condition. Something that relieved Simeone himself who claimed protection for his goalkeeper. Oblak and Atlético came from giving in to Barcelona in the Metrolitano for a genius of Messi, but this time it was the goal that sat at his table to tip the duel in favor of rojiblanco. In case there are doubts, it was his game with more stops in the current season.
Testimony began Wednesday in the jury trial of a Snohomish man accused of being a lookout during a home invasion robbery Dec. 19 in Ridgefield, in which a victim was tied up and several firearms were stolen.Jarrod A. Wiebe, 27, is charged in Clark County Superior Court with first-degree burglary, first-degree kidnapping, first-degree robbery, second-degree extortion, first-degree criminal impersonation, and 10 counts of firearm theft.In an agreement with prosecutors, three of his friends, including the group’s ringleader, pleaded guilty Monday to multiple charges.“The state’s theory is that even though Mr. Wiebe may not have been the actual person who commissioned these crimes, by virtue of (being an accomplice), he is just as culpable as his cohorts,” said Senior Deputy Prosecutor Kasey Vu during opening statements Wednesday.Wiebe’s attorney, Chris Ramsay, said Wiebe was outside the home at the time of the crimes and didn’t participate in threatening the victim, tying up the victim or demanding money and firearms from the victim.“In the end, you are going to know the other three certainly committed all of these crimes, but you’ll have doubt about (whether) Mr. Wiebe’s contribution, if any, added up to accomplice liability,” Ramsay said.