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first_imgThe man, who was later identified as Joshua Gay, later died at a hospital.No one else was injured during the incident.However, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement is now investigating, which is standard procedure in all police-involved shootings.“They should have talked to him and got him to put that gun down,” Mercon told Miami television station WSVN. “There’s no reason why he should have been shot.”She added, “He did not put his hands on anyone. He just left the house with my gun.”The deputies involved have been placed on administrative leave during the investigation. The weekend turned deadly very quickly in Dania Beach Friday night, and now, the victim’s girlfriend wants justice against those involved.According to The Miami Herald, the whole thing stemmed from a domestic dispute.A woman, identified as Rachel Renee Mercon, told BSO deputies that she and her boyfriend had been arguing, when he suddenly took a gun out of a safe and then left the home, located in the 5400 block of SW 32nd Terr. in the Oakridge community, around 7:30 p.m.That’s when the situation got worse.BSO reports that they got a call shortly thereafter about gunshots being heard in the 2500 block of Stirling Rd.Deputies responded to that scene and fired back at the suspect, striking him.#UPDATE – A man has been killed following a shooting involving Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies in Dania Beach.https://t.co/2nVV7vzrzK— WSVN 7 News (@wsvn) August 15, 2020last_img read more


first_imgCheck out the video below: Former Barcelona star, Ronaldinho, has had a tough time lately, spending a month in a Paraguayan jail for entering the country with a fake passport.His career also fizzled out long before it was expected to and he was nowhere near the dazzling player he had once been.However, at his peak, Ronaldinho was unstoppable.He had a storied career that spanned just over two decades, playing for some of Europe’s biggest sides including Barcelona and AC Milan.He enjoyed the most successful period of his career at the Catalan club, where he scored 94 goals and assisted 71 more.He was also named the World Footballer of the Year in 2004 and 2005, winning the Ballon d’Or in 2005.Ronaldinho’s love for the game was apparent every time he took to the field, with his famous smile remaining in place as he danced past markers, rolled away from tackles and made almost impossible passes.Before Neymar and Messi, Ronaldinho was the ultimate entertainer and remains untouched by either of them in terms of pure genius.A two-minute video, posted by Twitter User, AllThingsSeleção captured some of Ronaldinho’s best moments of the field and perfectly encapsulated why the Brazilian was loved by all in his heyday.On Twitter, some people admitted that watching Ronaldinho was what got them to love football while others were just in awe of his brilliance. More from Citi Sportslast_img read more

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