Panthers FB Alex Armah used ‘arm bar’ to detain alleged car thief

first_imgPanthers fullback Alex Armah doesn’t need security to protect his belongings.He is the security. Panthers sign safety Eric Reid to 3-year contract extension Daniel Cagle, 32, was confronted by Armah and taken to the front office of the apartment building to check the security cameras, according to the Observer. That’s when he tried to flee. Armah, 24, recently had to use an “arm-bar” move to detain an attempted car thief who tried to break into his vehicle, according to the Charlotte Observer.Armah was working out in his apartment when he received an alert on his phone showing a still frame of someone in his car going through his things. Related News “I snatched him up by his shirt,” Armah said after Cagle tried to make a run for it. “Eventually I got him on the ground, and I put him in an arm bar.””The guy wasn’t small, he had some size on him, but he didn’t have a chance. I take pride in my car.”Cagle was arrested by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police and charged with attempting to break into or enter a motor vehicle.last_img read more

Brathwaite shines as Delhi down Narine’s KKR

first_img Six outings First game NEW DELHI, India (CMC): Twenty20 World Cup hero Carlos Brathwaite once again put his all-round qualities on display with a superb Man-of-the-Match effort as Delhi Daredevils trounced Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) by 27 runs in the Indian Premier League here yesterday. In his first game in two weeks, Brathwaite belted a whirlwind 34 from a mere 11 deliveries as Delhi stormed to 186 for eight off 20 overs after being asked to bat at the Feroz Shah Kotla. The West Indies all-rounder then returned with his medium pace to claim three for 47 as KKR were restricted to 159 all out off 18.3 overs. For Delhi, the victory was their fourth in six outings and it moved them into second spot on eight points while KKR lost their third in seven games and slipped to third, remaining on eight points. Brathwaite was a vital part of Delhi’s revival after the hosts slipped to 32 for three in the fifth over. Karun Nair top-scored with 68 from 50 deliveries, adding 105 for the fourth wicket with Englishman Sam Billings, whose 54 came from 34 balls and included three fours and two sixes. When Nair and Chris Morris (0) fell in the space of three deliveries in the 17th over, Delhi were stuttering on 137 for five, but Brathwaite and Billings put on a frenetic 37 off just 12 balls to give the innings impetus. The first two deliveries that Brathwaite faced disappeared for boundaries and he followed up by smashing left-arm spinner Brad Hogg over square leg for six in the next over, which leaked 18 runs. In the final over, he slammed the first ball from West Indies teammate Andre Russell over midwicket for six, but fell to the next delivery, caught at short fine leg off a slower ball. Seamer Russell conceded only four runs from the remaining four deliveries to finish with the excellent figures of three for 26 from his four overs. Off-spinner Sunil Narine, meanwhile, claimed three for 22 from three overs. West Indies Test and one-day captain Jason Holder finished with none for 35 from four overs in his first game of the season. In reply, opener Robin Uthappa stroked 72 from 52 balls, but Suryakumar Yadav, with 21, was the only other batsman to pass 20, as KKR collapsed. Brathwaite proved the architect of their demise, slicing through the middle order with a potent spell. He removed the dangerous Yusuf Pathan for 10 in his first over – the eighth of the innings – before accounting for Yadav in his third over and Rajagopal Satish for 17 in his final over.last_img read more