HOBOKEN – Hoboken detectives have arrested 19-year-old Jersey City resident Anthony Ciprian for his alleged involvement in a July 1 shooting in the Hoboken Housing Authority.On July 1 at about 8 p.m. officers were sent to Third and Harrison streets on the report of shots fired. When they arrived they found a large group of people shouting that they heard shots. Officers canvassed the area but found no suspects or injured people.According to a press release from the police department, several residents wouldn’t cooperate with officers, but those who did said a person exited a vehicle in a hoodie, shot several times in the direction of a man, and then entered the vehicle and left.After the initial canvass, Detective Michael Miranda and Officer Michael Losurdo began to speak to possible witnesses and collect evidence, which led them to Jersey City and with the help of the Jersey City Police Department they were able to get enough evidence to issue a warrant for Ciprian.After several weeks, Losurdo received information that Ciprian may be hiding in Bayonne.Along with Detective Bret Globke and members of the Bayonne Police Department, Losurdo him and placed him under arrest on Aug. 15 at 10:55 a.m.He was transported to Hoboken police headquarters where he was processed and found to have an outstanding warrant from Jersey City for an alleged previous assault.Ciprian was charged with aggravated assault, possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for unlawful purposes, bail jumping, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.He was later remanded to the Hudson County Rehabilitation Center.“The effort put in by the assigned detectives was paramount in the closure of this case, sending a clear message that we will pursue violent offenders and make them accountable for their actions, no matter how long it takes to piece the case together or track the offender down,” said Capt. Charles Campbell in the release. ×
Deputies are investigating a weekend shooting that ended with a car driving into a West Palm Beach home.Shortly after 4 p.m. Saturday, multiple cars were heading northbound on Haverhill Rd. from Purdy Ln., when an altercation occurred among the occupants of the cars, resulting in shots being fired.One driver was struck by the gunfire, causing that person to lose control and drive into a residence in the 2500 block of Haverhill Rd.No one inside the home was injured.The victim, who was simply identified as an adult male, was hospitalized and is currently listed in critical condition.Information on the suspect has not been released.Detectives from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Violent Crimes Division are investigating.Anyone with information on the incident is asked to contact Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at (800) 458-TIPS.
Capella (5-1), a native of San Luis, Menorca, Spain, comes in on a tear. After losing his professional debut, Capella has won five consecutive fights with all of them coming by stoppage.Here’s everything you need to know about Combate Americas’ Mexico vs. Spain card.Join DAZN and watch Combate Americas: Mexico vs. Spain plus more than 100 fight nights a yearWhen is Alvaro Herrera vs. Ignacio Capella in Combate Americas: Mexico vs. Spain?Combate Americas: Mexico vs. Spain takes place on Friday, March 8. Main card coverage begins at 10 p.m. ET.How to watch, live stream Combate Americas: Mexico vs. Spain?The Combate Americas: Mexico vs. Spain card can be watched exclusively in English on DAZN, the global sports streaming service. DAZN carries a price tag of $9.99 per month, with the first month free. That means if you’re not a subscriber and sign up with DAZN, you’ll be able to watch this Combate Americas’ card without paying a penny for it. If you have previously signed up for DAZN, the fight is included as part of your regular monthly subscription.MORE ABOUT DAZN• Meet DAZN, the first dedicated live sports streaming service• What sports are live-streamed on DAZN?• How much does DAZN’s live sports streaming service cost?Where is Combate Americas: Mexico vs. Spain?Combate Americas: Mexico vs. Spain will take place at the Arena Coliseo in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.Alvaro Herrera record and bioName: Alvaro Herrera Nationality: MexicanBorn: May 14, 1990Height: 6-0Reach: 74 inches Total fights: 15Record: 9-6 Ignacio Capella record and bioName: Ignacio CapellaNationality: SpaniardBorn: N/AHeight: N/AReach: N/A Total fights: 6Record: 5-1Combate Americas: Mexico vs. Spain fight cardMain cardAlvaro Herrera vs. Ignacio Capella; lightweights Victor Madrigal vs. Zebenzui Ruiz; bantamweightsAlitzel Mariscal vs. Vanessa Rico; women’s atomweightAlejandro Martinez vs. Erick Gonzalez; featherweightPreliminary cardErendira Ordoñez vs. Paulina Vargas; catchweights (120 pounds)Genaro Valdez vs. Hilario Portales; lightweightsGuillermo Torres vs. Caleb Moctezuma; bantamweightsAlejandro Solorzano vs. Jaime Arevalo; heavyweightsAxel Osuna vs. Bosco Boyer; flyweightsUlises Palamares vs. Eric Garibay; lightweights Two exciting lightweights battle it out in the main event of Combate Americas: Mexico vs. Spain, as Alvaro Herrera takes on Ignacio Capella from the Arena Coliseo in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico on Friday, March 8, live on DAZN. Herrera (9-6), fighting in his own backyard, is in desperate need of a win. The 28-year-old stormed into the UFC with a 30-second knockout win of Vernon Ramos in November 2015. Everything came off the rails after that, as Herrera lost his next three fights and then was cut from the organization.