LAWRENCEBURG – Four inmates at Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center are facing felony charges after allegedly ganging up on another inmate after a dispute over what channel was on television.Luis Magallon, 33, Damon Miller, 21, Patrick Garvey, 28 and Dakota Fraley, 20, have been charged with criminal confinement resulting in bodily injury, a level 5 felony; as well as battery resulting in moderate bodily injury, a level 6 felony.The July 21 fight stemmed from a disagreement between Magaollon and fellow inmate Dwion Hicks, 35, over what channel was on TV in the day room, the Dearborn County Register reported.The fight started in one cell and later moved to a different area of the jail.Investigators say Magallon struck Hicks with his fist two or three times, then two other inmates, Miller and Garvey began attacking Hicks while Fraley held the door closed.Fraley eventually opened the door and Hicks left the area, police said.Magallon later told police Hicks pushed him, and the other inmates attempted to break it up. Fraley told investigators that he had been trying to get in the cell to stop the fight, not hold the door closed.The newspaper reports that Garvey told investigators something between Hicks and Magallon has been “brewing” for months.
Officials in California say at least 34 people were killed when a boat caught fire off Santa Cruz Island early Monday morning. Another five people were reportedly rescued.The U.S. Coast Guard responded by both air and water. Coast Guard L.A. tweeted: This is a developing story.
Premier League champions Chelsea, who are currently third in the league, will be targetting a top-four finish according to their manager Antonio Conte.Conte conceded that the West London side were out of the title race following their defeat at West Ham United on Saturday.”There is a problem in this league: there are six top teams and only four places for the Champions League,” Conte told the club’s website. (www.chelseafc.com)”You have targets…you have an important target to try to go in the first four and to play Champions League.”To reach this target is not simple. It’s very important for me, the players, for all of us. This league is not simple to reach the top four positions.”The 1-0 loss at the London Stadium left Chelsea 14 points adrift of league leaders Manchester City in third position.After 16 games, City lead the table with 46 points while Manchester United are second with 35. Chelsea have 32 and fourth-placed Liverpool have 30 points to their name.Manchester United and Chelsea failed to qualify for last season’s Champions League and Arsenal now are in the Europa League after a fifth-placed league finish.Chelsea, drawn against Barcelona in the Champions League last 16, travel to 12th-placed Huddersfield Town in the Premier League on Tuesday.(With inputs from Reuters)