Versailles, In. — Ripley County Prosecutor Ric Hertel has elected to hand the George’s Pharmacy robbery case to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Indiana. The decision was made following a review of Rosa Zinser’s actions during the May 2 incident.Zinser will be removed from the Ripley County Jail for her first appearance in federal court.The case is proceeding through a collaboration between the Ripley County Sheriff’s Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Attorney’s office.Prosecutor Hertel and sheriff Jeff Cumberworth both welcome federal resources to deal with criminal activity.
RelatedPosts Super Eagles soar on FIFA ranking COVID-19: FIFA count cost to football Blatter faces probe in Switzerland Rivers United FC has been hit with a transfer ban for three windows by FIFA owing to some issues surrounding their former player, Samuel Akurugu.The Club confirmed the development in a statement on Friday. According to the club: “We are in possession of the said letter from FIFA and every effort is being made to resolve all issues surrounding the development and we are very hopeful that we will come to an amicable settlement.“We are in touch with the player and all signs point to a quick concurrence in a couple of days as regards settling some pending entitlements.“Fortunately, Point 8 of the relevant decision of FIFA established that the ‘aforementioned ban will be lifted immediately and prior to its complete serving, once the due amount, plus interest is paid.’“The management of Rivers United FC is exploring all avenues to bring the matter to a full and final agreement that would be of mutual benefit.“We are confident that working with FIFA, this matter will be dealt with and that lessons have been learned going forward. “We assure our teeming fans to remain calm, as we are certain that this situation will be sorted out quickly and the club cleared to register new players before the next transfer window open.”Tags: FIFARivers United FCSamuel Akurugu