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Man faces 40 years in prison for murder of 3-week-old son

HOPEWELL, Virginia (WTVR) — David Gans, a Hopewell man arrested for killing his three-week-old son Jeremiah, entered an Alford plea on second-degree murder charges in Hopewell Court on Wednesday.

With the Alford plea, Gans maintained his innocence, but conceded there was evidence to convict him of the crime. He faces up to 40 years in prison when he is sentenced.

In June 2016, police responded to Gans’ S. 13th Avenue home and found baby Jeremiah unresponsive.

The baby was taken to John Randolph Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

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After a five-month, multi-agency investigation and an autopsy, a warrant of arrest for first-degree murder was issued for Gans, the infant’s 21-year-old father.

The Medical Examiner’s Office ruled Jeremiah died due to blunt force injuries to head and torso. The manner of death was ruled a homicide.

Police said the autopsy showed the baby suffered torn tissue and several broken bones caused by someone’s forced handling.

Gans admitted to being the sole caretaker of the infant at the time of the death, according to prosecutors.

“It kind of blindsided me. I didn’t see this coming at all,” David Gans’ mother said after her son’s arrest. She asked that we not reveal her identity.

“He’s not a murderer. He didn’t kill his baby,” the mother said tearfully.

Gans mother said she was out of town when the incident happened, but her son told her Jeremiah wasn’t making any noise that evening.

“He went to check on him and he wasn’t breathing anymore,” she said.

The mother said that’s when Gans called 911.

Gans is due back in Hopewell Circuit Court on June 14 for a pre-sentencing hearing.

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Woman says she found intruder watching her shower

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana (WTTV) — An Indianapolis woman says she is still shaken after discovering a man in her apartment who was watching her as she was getting into the shower.

The incident happened around 6 a.m. Tuesday at the Westlake Apartments on the west side. Joi Gillespie, 21, says she was completely undressed and preparing to step into the shower when she suddenly saw a man standing in her living room. She says the man was simply standing in the corner of her apartment, looking into the bathroom at her.

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“I was completely naked the entire time,” Gillespie said. “So it wouldn’t have been much for him to try to attack me or anything. He was much taller than me.”

But he never attacked, Gillespie said. He just stood there maintaining eye contact with her.

“I don’t know what color pants he had on because I was looking at his eyes the entire time,” Gillespie said.

After screaming at the man to “get out” for about a minute, Gillespie says she slammed her bathroom door.

“And I started to pace a little bit, like ‘Oh my God, what am I going to do,'” she said.

Gillespie says she waited for about 30 seconds, hoping the man would leave while her bathroom door was closed. Then, she decided to have a look out into the living room.

“So I open up my door, and he’s still in my living room,” she said.

Another minute went by with Gillespie screaming at the man to leave before he started to back out of the apartment, she said.

“The whole instance, all while I’m yelling at him get out of my house, I’m completely naked,” Gillespie said.

Eventually, Gillespie says the man backed out of her sliding back door and casually walked away.

“His eyes got big and he said ‘Oh (expletive),'” she said. “And that was the only thing that he said.”

Gillespie says the man came in her apartment through her sliding back door, which she had accidentally left unlocked after taking out her trash that morning. A mistake she says she’ll never make again.

“My music was playing and my shower was running,” she said. “So he knew somebody was at home.”

Gillespie says she did not recognize the man, who she described as tall, skinny and wearing a gray hoodie at the time.

She reported the incident to Indianapolis Metropolitan Police and approached her apartment management about breaking her lease at the Westlake Apartments.

Brian Moore, with Flaherty Collins Properties issued a statement about the incident:

“Though we are disappointed to lose a resident, we will certainly be letting the resident out of her lease, as we understand this is an unsettling experience. We have reminded residents to lock their doors and to report any suspicious activity so that we can help address any issues.”

Property managers also said they would be discussing the incident with security officer who patrol the property.

Gillespie says she doesn’t know what the man’s intentions were when he came into her apartment. She says he never made any threatening moves and never tried to take anything from the apartment.

“I definitely have learned a bunch of lessons,” she said. “Lock your doors, be aware of your surroundings.”

She is already looking for a new place to live.

“I’m never going back to that apartment building,” she said.

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Bingo Nation, Inc. (BLTO: OTCQB) | Bingo Nation Announces Board Appointment

LAS VEGAS, March 22, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bingo Nation Inc. (OTC:BLTO.QB) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard G. Hill to its Board of Directors. 

Hill, age 64, served as chairman of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin from 2008 to 2001.  He previously served as chairman from 1990-1993. Under Hill’s first term as chairman, Oneida signed its first gaming compact with the State of Wisconsin.

From 1993 to 2001 Hill also served as chairman of the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA). Based in Washington, D.C., NIGA is a non-profit organization that has grown to 184 Indian tribes, representing the interests of tribal gaming enterprises. Under Hill’s leadership, NIGA became a nationally recognized voice on Indian gaming on legislative and entrepreneurial issues and established regulatory standards and policies for tribal governmental gaming nationwide. As the main national public relations spokesperson for the organization,  Hill addressed the National Press Club, Harvard Law School, Arizona State Law School, and a variety of national and regional trade shows and other prestigious entities, encouraging Indian self-sufficiency, self-regulation, and integrity for gaming enterprises.

In October 2001 Hill became the first Gaming Hall of Fame inductee from the Indian gaming segment.  He was recognized for his significant role in nurturing growth of tribal gaming.  That Industry has now expanded into 497 gaming establishments operated by 244 tribes across 29 states.

Since 2001 a NIGA Chairman Emeritus, Hill formed The Hill Group LLC, to consult with various entities to identify economic development projects and partnerships in Indian Country along with equity/debt projects. He also formed RGH Holdings Inc., to assist and develop real estate both on and off reservations, including the development of the first ever off-reservation, tribal consortium hotel investment, located in Washington, D.C. The Residence Inn by Marriott where RGH identified and negotiated the $12 million tribal equity participation is a $42 million extended-stay hotel project.

David Matheson commented: “We are pleased to welcome and honored to have Rick join the Board.  He is to my knowledge not only well-respected but a true team builder throughout Indian Country.  He is without doubt our greatest ambassador having served as a prominent leader in the development of tribal gaming for over three decades.”

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