ELKHART, Ind. (CBS Local) — A picture of a child, who is barely visible while playing in a pile of leaves at the edge of a road, is getting a lot of attention. A UPS driver took the photo and shared it online to serve as a warning for drivers, parents and children. Jordan Weaver said he was making deliveries in Elkhart when he spotted the child. “I couldn’t believe it at first — my heart completely stopped,” Weaver told WSBT . Driver Jordan Weaver was delivering packages in a neighborhood when he saw a young boy hiding in the leaves. https://t.co/6YmgVzCSmo — CBS 21 News (@CBS21NEWS) November 13, 2018 Weaver says UPS drivers see potentially dangerous situations like this one all the time. “Luckily, I parked across the street from the stop so I didn’t see the child until after I made the delivery. So I immediately grabbed my phone, and went and asked the mother if I could take the picture.” “He could have died,” said Dayana Botello, who saw the photo on Facebook. “I said ‘Oh my goodness, I have to be even more careful in paying attention to our kids.’” Weaver says he hopes the photo will make everyone pay more attention when they get behind the wheel. “You really have to keep your eyes open,” said Weaver. “No matter what street you’re on, no matter where you’re at, just have to keep your eyes open. You have to pay attention to everything around you constantly.”
HORTONVILLE, Wis. (CBSLocal) — A Wisconsin company that produces novelty glassware is giving each of its employees a handgun of their choice as a Christmas bonus this holiday season. BenShot makes bulletproof drinking glass products, including whiskey glasses, beer mugs and decanters, with bullets embedded into the glass. The father-son company, based in Hortonville, Wisconsin, has 16 full-time employees. This is the first time BenShot has done anything like this, according to co-owner Ben Wolfgram. He says giving employees their choice of revolver as a gift is part of an effort to promote personal safety and team building. A handgun for Christmas: Wisconsin company decides to buy firearms for every employee this holiday season https://t.co/WcWiuVxJ2V pic.twitter.com/SjarR1CXCj — WUSA9 (@wusa9) November 14, 2018 “We are a small, close-knit team at BenShot. I want to make sure all of employees are safe and happy – a handgun was the perfect gift,” Wolfgram told WISN . To comply with state law, each employee was given a gift card to purchase the weapon with a background check conducted by the seller. The gift cards cost about $8,000. Wolfgram says he isn’t worried about workplace violence because he has a small staff and all of the employees know each other well. “For us, now, we have an entire armed staff,” he told the Appleton Post-Crescent . “I think that’s pretty good.”
SANTA ANA (CBSLA) — A young man is dead and another is in the hospital after a fight with teenagers turned into a stabbing in Santa Ana and now police are looking for clues and more witnesses. Just as Darren McDaniel was leaving his Santa Ana office Tuesday he says he saw a bizarre scene in the parking lot. “Five or six kids were beating up on one kid in the parking lot,” said McDaniel. “The owner came out yelled at them and told them to leave.” McDaniel says minutes later a few hundred feet away he saw an ambulance pull up. Police say the group of teenage boys stabbed two others they were fighting with. A teenage boy was transported to a local hospital with stab wounds. A young man died from his injuries. Tuesday night a police dog was searching the area for a murder weapon or anything that would lead to a scent to track the suspects. Witnesses say the headquarters for a local foster care organization and a rehab and recovery center are just feet from where the fight started at 5 p.m. “We had many problems. When the new owners came in three months ago there was nothing but kids walking back and forth, checking doors, having issues,” said McDaniel. “It was an issue so they immediately put the fence up.” Police are taking a good look at security tape and hoping for more clues. “We are collecting evidence,” said Cpl. Anthony Bertagna, Santa Ana Police. “Talking to the witnesses who did stick around. We believe there are people who saw this that did not. We’d like them to come forward.”
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LYNBROOK, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) – A Long Island couple is facing murder charges, stemming from a 2016 attack. Ralph Keppler, a 27-year-old former correction officer, and Francesca Kiel, 21, were arrested Sunday in Lynbrook. Authorities said they brutally attacked Kiel’s mother, 56-year-old Theresa Kiel, with a barbell on December 4, 2016 in Long Beach. She lost an eye and was in a coma until she died Saturday. Police said Keppler and the elder Kiel were in a legal battle over a dating app they created together. (Credit: Nassau County Police Department) Theresa Kiel’s attorney told reporters Keppler had threatened her for years. He was previously charged with attempted murder and assault in the case but was out on bail. Francesca Kiel’s lawyer said Monday she loves her mother and has no idea who attacked her. The couple will be arraigned on upgraded charges Monday in Hempstead. (© Copyright 2018 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)
Ryan Mayer The sound crews working NFL games have brought us plenty of joy over the years by capturing some of the words that quarterbacks use to change plays at the line of scrimmage. From Peyton Manning’s “Omaha” to Aaron Rodgers using “New York Bozo”, audible calls have been getting picked up on for years around the league. After Sunday, Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff is the talk of the Internet for one of the calls he made in the team’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. On the Rams first drive of the game, Goff shouted out “Halle Berry” at the line of scrimmage on a 1st & 10 from their own 34. The call was picked up loud and clear on the field microphones. Goff using @halleberry as an audible in the #Seahawks #Rams game is incredible (SOUND ON) pic.twitter.com/IPo5I7Qf65 — The Rush (@therushyahoo) November 11, 2018 Now, the call itself would have amused NFL Twitter enough, but the actress added more fun when she quote tweeted the above video asking the QB what the call was about. Hold up. @JaredGoff16 @RamsNFL – What is a “Halle Berry”?? https://t.co/nQyaWHQRrn — Halle Berry (@halleberry) November 11, 2018 After the Rams topped the Seahawks 36-31, Goff decided to make sure that the actress knew where the play call stands in his heart. It’s my favorite play ever https://t.co/YLWi7c3DNE — Jared Goff (@JaredGoff16) November 12, 2018 Goff’s response then got plenty of reaction from the rest of the Twitter universe. — Andrew Whitworth (@awhitworth77) November 12, 2018 Shooters shoot lol pic.twitter.com/QMgCNYhn2Y — Damien Woody (@damienwoody) November 12, 2018 That's my QB pic.twitter.com/K55eFQce54 — Lakisha Jackson (@LakishaJackson) November 12, 2018 Goff and the Rams have a history of fun audible calls , but this one clearly got the most reaction. The bottom line? Jared Goff won the Internet on Sunday.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Mayor Bill de Blasio marked the 17th anniversary of the crash of Flight 587 in Queens Monday. De Blasio joined friends and family of the 265 victims of the crash for the solemn memorial. The plane was traveling from JFK International Airport to Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic when it went down just minutes after takeoff. Everyone on board was killed, along with five people on the ground. The crash happened just two months after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks . It was deemed an accident.
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – After years of research that included reviewing hundreds of letters, witness accounts and journal entries, our own Mary Calvi is getting ready to publish her first novel. It explores the relationship between George Washington and his first love, heiress Mary Philipse, the richest belle in colonial America. The book poses the question: Could unrequited love have helped light the spark that ultimately propelled George Washington to the forefront of the American Revolution? Click here to read an excerpt from “Dear George, Dear Mary” “Dear George, Dear Mary: A Novel Of George Washington’s First Love” examines why Washington had such bitter resentment toward the British nearly two decades before the American Revolution. (credit: Joe Panella/St. Martin’s Press) “As a journalist, I search for untold stories. I never would have imagined I’d find one hidden away for centuries in my hometown,” Calvi wrote. “Maybe history wanted their romance hidden. I do not know. What I do know is that during my research in libraries, museums, church basements and through digital archives, document after document pieced together like a puzzle until I was awe-struck at the theory it revealed.” Philipse lived in the Morris-Jumel Mansion in Washington Heights, which later served as headquarters for both sides in the American Revolution. She also lived in the Philipse Manor Hall in Calvi’s hometown of Yonkers. Calvi used Washington’s own words to compose her portrait of the two. While the novel is a work of historical fiction, it presents a never-before-told theory of a long-held deception that ultimately led to Philipse to be named a traitor and condemned to death, and Washington without his first love. “If you love ‘Hamilton’, you’ll love Washington. Years of research left me stunned to learn George Washington was passionate, charming, and even a romantic,” Calvi said. “I weaved together history into a novel of love, deception, and vengeance. The story might even challenge what you’ve always known about what triggered the American Revolution.” Calvi is a nine-time Emmy-award winning journalist.
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Nobody can resist the Backstreet Boys , not even the boys in blue. Over the weekend, an NYPD officer in the East Village used his patrol car’s PA system to belt out the band’s hit ballad, “I Want it that Way.” A man posted a video of the performance online, writing it was “so cool to see the humanity in our law enforcement.” Officer Richard Gunther saw the post and responded, saying it “feels great interacting with the community and seeing all the smiles and laughs.” Earlier this year, police departments across the country played “ Cop Pool Karaoke ” to have some fun with the public, too.
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — As temperatures drop, residents in a building on the Upper East Side say they have no heat or hot water — and that it has been that way for a week. The biggest problem is no one seems to be doing anything about it, CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reported exclusively on Sunday. Geraldine Czenszak is 87 years old and doing everything she can to stay warm. “It’s the worst ever. I’ve never been so frozen,” she said. “I had two to three layers of blankets on me.” Tenants at an Upper East Side residential building are annoyed because they haven’t had heat for a week. (Photo: CBS2) Czenszak lives in one of more than two dozen apartments at 260 E. 72nd St., near Second Avenue. The boiler is broken, so for the last month residents say a mobile unit on the street outside was supplying warmth to the building. But on Wednesday they woke up to frozen air and it’s unclear why. Margery Koen, who is using a heating pad to sleep, said no one has been back since Friday to fix it. “I thought they were going to come back over the weekend. That’s what’s getting me so upset, that nobody’s working on it,” Koen said. “They are a bit elderly and this is not proper. People are beginning to get sick, including myself. I have a cold,” tenant Carola Cusa said. MORE : De Blasio’s Tour Of NYCHA Heating Complex Doesn’t Go Well On Nov. 1, a new company, Plaza Management out of Brooklyn, took over the property. A porter handed out space heaters on Sunday, but no one is telling the residents when they’ll get their heat back. “Every day was like, OK, you call 311 or you call a friend and they say, ‘What happened? Do we have heat?’ And they say no,” one person said. The city’s Department of Housing and Preservation shows at least three open violations at the property, which could lead to a fine. But residents said they want action. “City, can you get me to a hotel or someplace that has some heat?” a woman named “Geraldine” said. No one at the Department of Housing and Preservation or at the Department of Buildings returned CBS2’s multiple calls and emails. The property company also did not get back to us.
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Nikola Vucevic and the Orlando Magic got an unwelcome surprise when the lights in their New York hotel rooms all turned on at 3:30 a.m. Sunday. Turns out, they didn’t need a full night of sleep — or even All-Star Aaron Gordon — to romp over the New York Knicks. Terrence Ross scored 22 points, Vucevic had 21 points and 14 rebounds, and the Magic cruised past the New York Knicks 115-89 on Sunday night. “We wanted to come out knocking from the beginning, and I think that is how we started the game,” Vucevic said. “We took the lead early and we never let them back in the game.” Orlando’s Jonathon Simmons dribbles past the Knicks’ Damyean Dotson during second quarter at Madison Square Garden on Nov. 11, 2018. (Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images) Orlando struggled to start the season, losing six of its first eight. But the Magic shook off a bizarre and restless night to thump the Knicks, even thriving with Gordon on the bench because of a sprained left ankle. Harlem native Mo Bamba played his first NBA game at Madison Square Garden and had 15 points and eight rebounds. Evan Fournier added 12 points for the Magic, who have won two straight and four of five. The Magic made a season-high 17 3-pointers off 42 attempts. “Coach (Pat) Riley always says it’s a make or miss league, and the night where you shoot the ball like that, everything else is going to go your way,” Orlando coach Steve Clifford said. Orlando reeled off 10 straight points to start the game, capped by Vucevic’s turnaround jumper that led the Knicks to call a timeout with 7:27 left in the first quarter. Enes Kanter notched his fifth straight double-double with 16 points and 15 rebounds. He put New York on the board with a tip-in layup, ending a string of eight straight misses to make it 10-2, but it was just too late. New York hit just 5 of 23 from the field in the opening period and missed each of their seven 3-point attempts. “We always seem to have a quarter where nothing’s clicking for us. We didn’t see the ball go in,” Knicks coach David Fizdale said. The Magic closed the first quarter out on a 20-8 run, highlighted by Jerian Grant’s 3 with 0.7 seconds left to lead 30-10. Orlando never looked back, leading by 34 points during the fourth quarter. Kevin Knox had 17 points for the Knicks, who’ve lost two straight and four of five. Mitchell Robinson set a Knicks rookie record with nine blocks, two below the franchise record. “I can thank coach. He put me in a position to get those blocks,” Robinson said. New York was held to 33 percent from the field and made just 4 of 27 from deep. TIP-INS Magic : Gordon got injured in the second half of Friday night’s victory over Washington. Jerrell Martin started at power forward in his place. … Orlando’s previous high mark behind the 3-point line was 16, Oct. 20 at Philadelphia. … The 26-point margin was Orlando’s largest in a victory at Madison Square Garden in team history. Knicks : The last NBA rookie to post at least nine blocks in a game was Nerlens Noel against Indiana on Feb. 20, 2015. … New York tied a franchise-best record with 15 blocks. … Kanter is the first Knicks to post five straight double-doubles in as many games coming off the bench, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. DRESS TO IMPRESS New York unveiled its City Edition Uniform for Sunday night’s game which featured a blue and orange trim throughout the jersey and shorts, similar to the set the team wore during the 2015-16 season, paying homage to the 1952-61 Knicks uniform. UP NEXT Magic : Visit the Washington Wizards on Monday night. Knicks : Visit the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night. (© Copyright 2018 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)
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WINNIPEG, Manitoba (CBSNewYork/AP) — Mark Scheifele believes things are beginning to come together for the Winnipeg Jets. Scheifele had two goals and an assist to lead the Jets to a 5-2 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Sunday. Nikolaj Ehlers added a goal and an assist, and Jack Roslovic and Mathieu Perreault also scored for the Jets. Connor Hellebuyck stopped 34 shots. “We’ve been playing the right way,” said Scheifele, who leads the team with nine goals. “We’ve been in the right spots. Lines are starting to figure out each other. A little more consistent on our routes. That’s what we want.” Blake Wheeler had two assists, extending his point streak to 10 games (two goals, 17 assists). The win follows a 5-2 victory over Colorado on Friday, the first two of a four-game homestand. “It’s two solid games for us,” said Scheifele, who has seven goals and eight assists in his last nine games. “We’re definitely happy to see the results we’ve got in the last two and we just got to continue to build.” Brett Seney, with his first NHL goal, and Blake Coleman scored for New Jersey, and Damon Severson had two assists. Cory Schneider finished with 23 saves. The Devils finished a season-high seven-game trip 1-6-0, and were outscored 18-6 in the last three games. “It’s a pretty brutal road trip coming to an end and we didn’t do what it took to win on the road consistently,” Devils forward Kyle Palmieri said. Ehlers scored on a rebound at 7:54 of the second to push Winnipeg’s lead to 4-2, and Perrault capped the scoring with 7:13 left in the middle period. “It just seems like every time we do make a mistake or there’s a breakdown, (the puck) just ends up in the back of our net,” Devils forward Taylor Hall said. “Unfortunately, it’s coming at a tough time and we can’t seem to get out of it right now.” Winnipeg grabbed a 2-0 lead with a pair of goals 29 seconds apart. Dustin Byfuglien started it off when he stopped a New Jersey clearing attempt. Roslovic got the loose puck and fired in his first goal of the season 3:02 into the game. With the assist, Byfuglien extended his point streak to six games (one goal, seven assists). Wheeler set Scheifele up for his eighth of the season, a one-timer from the slot that beat Schneider on the glove side at 3:31. Seney, who hails from London, Ontario, and was playing his fifth career game, pulled New Jersey within one at 7:15 with a one-timer off Jesper Bratt’s backhand pass. Scheifele’s team-leading ninth made it 3-1 at 2:58 of the second, but the Devils responded with Coleman’s fifth goal 47 seconds later. With a delayed penalty coming to the Devils, Winnipeg pulled Hellebuyck for an extra skater and Ehlers used a rebound off Scheifele’s shot to score his fourth goal of the season. “We’re playing great defensively and it’s leading to a whole lot of chances for, and we have the skill to bury on those chances,” Hellebuyck said. “We’re playing a nice, patient, detailed game and it’s fun to play.” NOTES : Devils F Nico Hischier left the game in the second period. … Ehlers has scored a goal in three straight games. UP NEXT Devils : Host Pittsburgh on Tuesday night. Jets : Host Washington on Wednesday night in the third of a four-game homestand. (© Copyright 2018 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Two men who didn’t know each other a year ago now share a lifelong bond, all thanks to a t-shirt. CBS2’s Clark Fouraker was with the pair when they reunited Sunday morning after a kidney saved one of their lives. Robert Leibowitz and Richie Sully walked together for the first time with an unassuming bond among those raising awareness for kidney disease. Earlier this year, Robert needed a kidney and Richie gave him one. “He’s the greatest guy in the world. He’s my hero. My family loves him,” Leibowitz said. Robert Leibowitz, right, and Richie Sully (Photo: CBS2) It all started last summer when Robert, who is from Lawrenceville, New Jersey, wore the same shirt every day on a nine-day family trip to Disney. His simple plea for help and phone number were posted on social media and shared more than 90,000 times. Richie, who lives states away in Indiana, saw it and made the call. “I figured a guy that desperate to walk around Disney with a cellphone number on his shirt really wants to spend more time with his kids and not die,” Sully explained. Sure, they texted and talked plenty, but Richie finally came to New York for the National Kidney Foundation’s fundraising walk. “We’re just enjoying time together,” Leibowitz said. MORE : Family Takes Search For Kidney To Disneyland Hundreds of people — kidney recipients, kidney donors, and even current patients going through dialysis — walked up and down the Brooklyn Bridge as part of the fundraiser. “What’s really amazing is we’re just teaching people share your story. You don’t even have to make an ask. Just share your story. Somebody can come forward who you’d least likely expect who can give a kidney. It’s really saving lives,” Meg Gilmartin of the National Kidney Foundation said. This pair couldn’t agree more. Leibowitz said he still has the t-shirt that started it all. “We want to show people out there, it’s so easy to be a donor,” he said. MORE : Cancer Survivor In Need Of Kidney Takes Plea To Billboard In Times Square They hope their story will prove donation is worth it, too. Leibowitz said he feels younger than he’s felt in years. Sully said he feels encouraged because of the kindness he was able to show someone else. The National Kidney Foundation said at least 30 million people are at risk for kidney disease. Sunday’s walk raised more than $1 million for research and treatment.
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry was hospitalized with breathing problems that began after a guest performance with Billy Joel in New York on Saturday night. Perry’s publicists said in a statement Sunday that the musician is alert and responsive in the hospital and is expected to return to the road later this month. The statement says Perry felt short of breath after the performance at Madison Square Garden. It adds paramedics backstage gave Perry oxygen and used a tracheal tube to clear his airway before taking him to the hospital. MORE : Guitarist Joe Perry Recovering After Collapsing During Brooklyn Show Perry had to cancel a Sunday appearance at a rock fantasy camp in Florida. The 68-year-old Perry had joined the 69-year-old Joel on stage on Saturday for a rendition of Aerosmith’s “Walk This Way.” (© Copyright 2018 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Matt Barkley had just put the finishing touches on a stunning victory when he jogged over to the sideline, found his mother in the stands and handed her his well-deserved game ball. It was quite a moment for the Buffalo Bills quarterback, who looked nothing like a guy who had no job and an uncertain future just a few weeks ago. Barkley sparked Buffalo’s bumbling offense with two touchdown passes, including one to offensive tackle Dion Dawkins , LeSean McCoy broke out of a season-long slump with 113 yards rushing and a pair of TD runs, and the Bills embarrassed the New York Jets 41-10 on Sunday. “For me, I knew I could play in this league,” Barkley said. “To get back out there after two years, it was, and I don’t want to be cliché by saying it was like riding a bike, but I’ve done this for years. I feel like I was made to play football and (today) was an example of going out there and doing what I was made to do.” The New York Jets coaching staff looks on during the second quarter of an embarrassing 41-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium on Nov. 11, 2018. (Photo by Michael Owens/Getty Images) Barkley made his first start in nearly two years, and looked the best of any of the four quarterbacks the Bills (3-7) have trotted out this season. The 28-year-old journeyman was 15 of 25 for 232 yards while helping Buffalo snap a four-game losing streak as the Bills put up 451 yards of total offense. Barkley got the nod from coach Sean McDermott ahead of the ineffective Nathan Peterman despite having just two weeks of practice with the Bills since signing on Oct. 30. Rookie Josh Allen has missed four straight games with a sprained right elbow, and Derek Anderson is sidelined with a concussion. Barkley’s last start came in the 2016 season finale for Chicago. Now the question is: Should Barkley be the Bills’ starter moving forward? “I don’t know,” Barkley said. “That’s a question I don’t have the answer to, nor the authority to answer. I’ll be ready to play. This QB situation seems to be fluctuating. In whatever way I can help this team, that’s my goal.” Added McDermott: “Give me some time on that.” Meanwhile, the hot seat under coach Todd Bowles reached a boiling point as the Jets (3-7) got completely manhandled by a team that entered with a league-low 96 points and had two touchdowns in its previous four games. “Everything that could’ve gone wrong went wrong,” Bowles said. “We stunk it up as coaches, we stunk it up as players.” MORE : If Jets Don’t Beat Putrid Bills All Hell Should Break Loose The Jets have a bye-week break and the future of Bowles, in his fourth season, is in serious doubt. Owner Christopher Johnson declined comment to reporters after the game. “We’re going to try like hell to win our last six games,” Bowles said. New York started 39-year-old Josh McCown in place of injured rookie Sam Darnold, but he couldn’t prevent the Jets from their fourth straight loss in front of a frustrated fan base that booed lustily throughout. McCown was 17 of 34 for 135 yards with two interceptions, and the Jets finished with just 199 total yards. “That’s the first time I felt like somebody really smacked us,” cornerback Morris Claiborne said, “and we didn’t do nothing about it.” Barkley certainly didn’t look rusty, launching a 47-yard pass to Robert Foster on the Bills’ first offensive play. Foster, just promoted from the practice squad, beat top Jets cornerback Trumaine Johnson, who had missed the previous five games with an injured quadriceps. On the next play, Barkley handed off to McCoy, who scored his first touchdown of the season with a 28-yard run that gave Buffalo a 7-0 lead 49 seconds in. Barkley and the Bills took a 14-0 lead midway through the opening quarter on a fluky play. On third-and-7 from the 11, Zay Jones caught a pass and took it 10 yards before fumbling as he reached the goal line. Tight end Jason Croom recovered in the end zone for a touchdown that was upheld by video review. The 14-play, 73-play drive was prolonged by a fake punt on fourth-and-6 from the Bills 47 when the ball was snapped directly to tight end Logan Thomas, a quarterback at Virginia Tech. Thomas then completed a 19-yard pass to Foster for the first down. The Bills outgained the Jets 186-1 after one quarter, and added to their lead less than two minutes into the second quarter on Stephen Hauschka’s 54-yard field goal that made it 17-0. If there was any doubt as to where this game was headed, the Bills added in some trickery — and embarrassment for the Jets — on their next drive. Dawkins lined up as an eligible receiver on first-and-goal from the 7. Barkley, of course, found the 6-foot-5, 320-pound lineman wide open for a touchdown. The Jets had another brutal sequence on their next possession, when they had three — yes, three — holding penalties called on one play. Then McCown, facing a blitz, threw the ball up down the left sideline and Matt Milano picked it off. Seven plays later, McCoy ran it in from the 1 — moments after it was ruled he was down there and had a TD reversed — to put Buffalo up 31-0. THE REAL McCOY McCoy surpassed 500 career points, and vaulted into 26th place on the career yards rushing list. He also topped 100 yards rushing for the first time since gaining 156 in a 13-7 overtime win over Indianapolis on Dec. 10. “It’s like that big monkey’s off my back a little bit,” McCoy said. INJURIES Bills CB Taron Johnson left in the third quarter with a shoulder injury and didn’t return. … Milano left to be evaluated for a head injury in the fourth quarter. … The Jets reported no injuries. UP NEXT Bills : Bye. Home vs. Jacksonville on Nov. 25. Jets : Bye. Home vs. New England on Nov. 25. (© Copyright 2018 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)
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The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating an incident involving Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam and Councilman Jeffree Fauntleroy II.