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A SCREENSHOT from a video of a street fight that took place late Sunday afternoon on Puente Drive in Cleveland shows several juveniles kicking another juvenile as he lies prone on the street. The Bradley County Sheriff's Office is investigating the incident, which may lead to several assault-related charges, according to BCSO Public Information Officer Taylor Woodruff. The video was posted on social media on Monday.

Screen shot, JUST ANOTHER CHANNEL

JOSEPH "JOSE" LINO PADILLA is shown in the foreground of this screen shot from a Just Another Channel video. The image was captured after Metropolitan Police Department officers removed a SCUBA mask Padilla was wearing, and pushed him away from a barricade at the U.S. Capitol. This image is among the evidence in the criminal complaint against Padilla.

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JOSEPH "JOSE" LINO PADILLA can be seen taken into custody after being arrested by the FBI Tuesday morning at his Cleveland home. He faces six criminal charges for his participation in the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riots in Washington, D.C.

Banner photo, RICHARD ROBERTS

Banner photo, RICHARD ROBERTS

Banner photo, RICHARD ROBERTS

Banner photo, RICHARD ROBERTS

Banner photo, RICHARD ROBERTS

MUSTANGS' GUARD Hayden Moore (10) lays in 2 of his 20 points in the second quarter of the District 5-AAA consolation game against McMinn County Tuesday, in Athens.

Banner photo, RICHARD ROBERTS

WALKER VALLEY'S Kyler Parris (5) grabs a rebound against McMinn County in the first half of the 5-AAA consolation game Tuesday, in Athens.

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AFTER 30 YEARS of directing the Lee University volleyball program, Coach Andrea Hudson has announced she is retiring at the end of the current season.

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