CLEAR LAKE — A Clear Lake woman wanted by authorities since August for eluding law enforcement has been arrested. 35-year-old Kari Fodor was accused of driving a vehicle on August 19th in Clear Lake in the area of the 1300 block of South Shore Drive going 63 miles per hour in a 25 mile per hour zone. Police say she eluded them for four miles, being clocked at 72 in a 25 zone before driving over a curb, through a yard and exited the vehicle. Fodor was arrested this morning on OWI first offense as well as eluding. She’s being held in the Cerro Gordo County Jail on a total of $6000 bond.
LewandowskiKampala, Uganda | XINHUA | With more than 50 percent of the votes, the Bundesliga’s top scorer, Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski is the overwhelming selection for Player of the Season 2019/2020, according to an official announcement made by the league on Saturday.Lewandowski started the season in near-perfect fashion, and was deservedly voted Player of the Month for August. He continued to perform strongly throughout, and was once again the league’s leading goal scorer.The 31-year-old was chasing one record after another this season, becoming the first player in Bundesliga history to score in 11 consecutive matches at the start of the campaign. By that stage, he had already been on the scoresheet 16 times. After netting against Fortuna Dusseldorf on Matchday 29, the Pole completed his collection and has now scored against every current club in the top flight.Lewandowski ultimately fired Bayern to a record eighth consecutive Bundesliga title with his 31st goal of the season in Matchday 32’s 1-0 win over Werder Bremen. He currently sits top of the goal scoring charts with 33 goals. The other nominees are Timo Werner, Jadon Sancho, Amine Harit, Erling Haaland, Kai Havertz and Serge Gnabry. Dortmund star Sancho finished second in the voting, with Bayer Leverkusen’s Kai Havertz completing the podium. Enditem****XINHUAShare on: WhatsApp
Authorities captured the nearly 10-feet long gator, Friday evening.The FFW urges anyone with concerns about an alligator to contact its Nuisance Alligator Hotline at 866-FWC-GATOR. They don’t call dogs “a man’s best friend” for nothing!A Florida man was injured Friday after prying open an alligator’s mouth to rescue his beloved labrador retriever.The unidentified man reportedly heard the commotion inside his home and ran to his backyard where he found the reptile with the dog in a canal, according to My Sun Coast.He then jumped in, wrestled the gator’s mouth open and retrieved the injured dog.Both sustained injuries but are expected to be okay, according to a Florida Fish and Wildlife representative.
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