Accused Alexis Crawford killer Jordyn Jones allegedly misled her family about rape accusation that preceded murder
Jordyn Jones, the friend and roommate of Alexis Crawford charged with helping strangle her to death, was accused in a bond hearing on Thursday by Fulton County prosecutors of calling Crawford's family to conceal key details about a rape accusation against her then-boyfriend Barron Brantley that allegedly happened days before the murder. A judge denied Jones bond, in part basing that decision on the possibility that Jones "may in fact haveA judge denied Jones bond, in part basing that decision on the possibility that Jones "may in fact have engaged in the ultimate intimidation of witnesses.
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Former NHL defenseman Brent Sopel released aWednesday adding context to his comments from last year about Chicago Blackhawks assistant coach Marc Crawford, who is currently being investigated by the team after allegations that he was abusive toward players during his long career as a head coach with other franchises.
Former NHLer Sean Avery recentlythat Crawford kicked him so hard it "left a mark" when Crawford was head coach of the Los Angeles Kings in 2006. Sopel played under Crawford during his tenures with the Kings and the Vancouver Canucks. In a 2018 appearance on the "Spittin' Chiclets" podcast, Sopel said the coach had kicked, choked, and verbally abused him.
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The man accused in the murder of a Clark Atlanta University student was in court Friday morning and a judge decided he will stay in jail until next year. © Provided by CMG Corporate Services, LLCOn Thursday, Barron Brantley's girlfriend Jordyn Jones was also denied bond.Defense attorney for #jordynjones put in a motion to waive her prelim hearing that was supposed to happen today. Her case will be indicted & her next court date is 2/10/20. I'm still in the courtroom waiting for her BF #Barronbrantley to face the judge (bond hearing & prelim) pic.twitter.
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Sopel's quotes attracted plenty of recent attention in light of Crawford being investigated. He posted aWednesday on Twitter that credited Crawford for making him a better player, noted that he'd talked about his experiences "as a former NHL defenseman, not as a victim," and clarified that he won't comment on how the coach impacted others.
"I told some stories from many years ago about my time as a professional hockey player," Sopel said of his podcast appearance. "I shared those stories to entertain the listeners. I told those stories as a former NHL defenseman, not as a victim.
"The stories that I shared ... have recently been cited alongside accusations made by other players against coach Marc Crawford. It was not my intent to make any allegations against anyone or any organization. I was only speaking to how Coach Crawford affected me. I cannot speak for how others were affected by him. I played hundreds of games for Coach Crawford, including a season where I posted 42 points. He found ways to motivate me and make me a better player. He molded me into a player that went on to win a Stanley Cup in Chicago.
Sean Avery says coach kicked him when playing for Kings
Sean Avery told the New York Post that Marc Crawford, currently a Blackhawks assistant coach, kicked him during an NHL game during the 2006-07 season.At the time, Crawford was the head coach of the Los Angeles Kings and Avery was his player.
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"I recognize and respect that different coaching tactics affect people in different ways. Just as I prefer others not speak on my behalf about my life experiences, I will not comment on Coach Crawford's impact on other players. Those are not my stories to tell.
"Time has a way of changing people and the way that we do things."
Crawford, 58, oversaw 1,169 games as a head coach and won a Stanley Cup with the Colorado Avalanche in 1996. He joined the Blackhawks' staff this past summer.
Sopel played 659 NHL games and recorded 218 points over a career that featured stints with the Canucks, Kings, Islanders, Blackhawks, Thrashers, and Canadiens. His final season in the league was 2010-11.
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A former Munhall volunteer firefighter who pleaded guilty to arson was sentenced Wednesday to 18 to 36 months in state prison. Ryan Laubham, 20, also will serve seven years probation under the sentence handed down by Allegheny County Common Pleas Judge Randal B. Todd. The judge ordered a mental health evaluation during Laubham’s incarceration. Laubham told authorities that he started blazes in two occupied structures because he was bored. He was arrested last December and pleaded guilty in August to multiple counts of arson.