The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of 41-year-old Asir Azmat of Franklin, N.Y. and charged them with 41-counts of violating New York’s animal fighting and cruelty laws. A breakdown of the charges is listed below: The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Town of Franklin Clerk, Dog Control Officers from the towns of Walton, Hamden, Sidney and Franklin, the village of Sidney Dog Control Officer and volunteers from the Delaware County Humane Society. Azmat was also ticketed by the Town of Franklin Dog Control Officer and charged with 19 counts of harboring an unlicensed dog. According to the sheriff’s office, authorities found no evidence of dog fighting activity, however, they observed “traumatic scars and injuries to the canines along with equipment” that are consistent with dog-fighting activities. On Feb. 5, the sheriff’s office says officers discovered 20 unlicensed dogs confined in “deplorable conditions” at a location on County Highway 21 in the town of Franklin. They say the dogs were without proper food, water or care. Seven of the 20 dogs are now in the hands of the Broome County Humane Society. 21 counts of possessing dogs under circumstances evincing an intent that such animals engage in animal fightingone count owning or possessing animal fighting paraphernalia with the intent to engage or otherwise promote of facilitate animal fighting20 counts of over-driving, torturing and injuring animals – failure to provide proper sustenance The sheriff’s office notes that the charges are all misdeamenors. FRANKLIN, N.Y. (WBNG) — Authorities have arrested a man on multiple animal-cruelty related charges Wednesday.
Nadal, the 18-time Grand Slam champion, will play Argentine 20th seed Diego Schwartzman in the last eight.“For some moments in the second set I felt there were too many points in his hands, he was pushing me back, more aggression than me and he hit every ball very strong,” said Nadal.“After that second set I thought something needs to change or I would be in his hands. I started to return the second serve inside the court and that created a different perspective.”After 2018 champion Novak Djokovic retired injured from his last-16 match against Stan Wawrinka on Sunday, Nadal is considered the joint favourite for the men’s title alongside Swiss great Roger Federer.Nadal is aiming to close the gap to 20-time major winner Federer with his fourth title at Flushing Meadows.The illustrious pair remain on course to meet in Sunday’s final which, remarkably, would be the first meeting in New York of their enduring rivalry.First Nadal must see off Schwartzman, who reached the last eight for the second time by beating German sixth seed Alexander Zverev.Golf great Tiger Woods, who was animatedly supporting Nadal throughout, leapt to his feet as Ashe rose to acclaim the sheer brilliance of the Spaniard.Federer, 38, plays his quarter-final against Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov at about 02:00 BST on Wednesday.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Rafael Nadal Spanish second seed Rafael Nadal responded to the challenge thrown down by 2014 champion Marin Cilic as he battled to reach the US Open quarter-finals with a four-set win.Nadal, 33, ultimately had too much quality for the Croatian 22nd seed in a 6-3 3-6 6-1 6-2 victory in New York.Cilic, 30, briefly rediscovered his best form to level before wilting.
So there wasn’t any need for Mathieu to light up Watson in that situation, because it would have been completely unnecessary. And that’s essentially what the safety said when he was made aware of the criticism.The game was over. Yeah that’s my boy , but I’m not fake tough, I don’t have to hit you to make me feel like imma big beast. This is football, but every act isn’t violent. https://t.co/KmNl7zDEhF— Tyrann Mathieu (@Mathieu_Era) January 13, 2020Maybe I’m built different.— Tyrann Mathieu (@Mathieu_Era) January 13, 2020Mathieu was teammates with Watson just a year ago, so that likely played some role in his decision. But still, it seems Mathieu would have made that choice regardless of who was at quarterback. Context matters, and that play wasn’t the time for a big hit on the QB.At that point in the game, you’re just waiting for the clock to run out. No need to risk injury — for either yourself or the person you’re hitting — by hitting your opponent as hard as you can. Tyrann Mathieu has seen your criticism, but he doesn’t agree.The Chiefs safety was criticized by some for not laying into Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson during the team’s playoff game Sunday. On the play, Mathieu was coming in hot on a safety blitz and had a clear line to the quarterback. But instead of hitting him, he could clearly be seen letting up. Strange seeing blitzing DB let up. This used to be an ear-holing. Good for QB health. pic.twitter.com/a0oAIv1pFM— Mike Sando (@SandoNFL) January 12, 2020MORE: Breaking down Jimmy Graham’s first down controversyThe video doesn’t show it, but the context of this play is very important. The score is 51-31 and the ball was snapped just ahead of the two-minute warning (2:02). Houston had no timeouts left. So even if Houston scores on that drive, all Kansas City needed was one more possession to drain the clock. In other words, the game was pretty much over.