Two Syracuse University football players, including a starting linebacker, were charged today after a violent struggle with police in which one player tried to pull an officer off the other. Marquis Spruill, 21, and Steve Rene, 21, were arrested after Syracuse police responded to a large crowd at the intersection of Euclid and Livingston avenues, according to police Sgt. Tom Connellan. The officers told him to get out of the road. He yelled obscenities and gradually moved to the sidewalk, Connellan said. Moments later, Rene was back in the roadway, yelling obscenities and waving his arms, Connellan said. Rene appeared angry and ready to fight, Connellan said. Rene blocked a car whose driver was trying to turn onto Euclid, police said. The officer again told Rene to get out of the road, and approached him, Connellan said. Rene moved toward the sidewalk and the officer tried to secure him, police said. At that moment, Spruill came up from behind and grabbed the officer by the top of the shirt with both hands and tried to pull the officer away from Rene, Connellan said. The officer pushed Spruill, and another officer took Spruill away when he tried to move back toward Rene, Connellan said. While police were trying to gain control of Rene and were about to handcuff him, he broke away and fell between the curb and a parked vehicle, police said. He fought officers who tried to handcuff him until another officer with a police dog got him to comply, Connellan said. The German shepherd Beny, which was muzzled during the entire incident, struck in the middle of Rene's back with its muzzle to get him to free his arm from under his body so he could be handcuffed, police said. Police placed Rene and Spruill in the back of a prisoner van. Spruill kicked the inside of the vehicle, at one point causing the door to swing open and nearly hit an officer in the face, Connellan said. Both Rene and Spruill appeared to be intoxicated, police said. After the two players were in custody, police tried to disperse the crowd, which had become larger and more hostile as a result of the arrests, Connellan said. The canine officer told one group to leave the area or they would be arrested. At that moment, another group ran up behind that officer and the dog, which is trained in officer protection, struck one man in the chest with its muzzle, police said. That man then ran into the crowd. 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In the spirit of the season, that incident seems the best one with which to lead this week's selections of brief reports of recent cases worked by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's law enforcement division. Christmas may be a couple hours behind schedule for some northeast Texas residents. On Friday, December 10th, Hopkins County Game Warden Jarrod Bryant received a call advising that a truck and trailer loaded with live deer was northbound headed into Delta County. The caller advised that the deer still had their antlers. (Editors note: Texas law requires removal of the antlers of buck deer moved using a Trap, Transport, Transplant permit.) The caller could not read the license plate and the trailer did not display the required lettering and numbers required of trailers used to transport live whitetails. Warden Bryant notified Hunt County Game Warden Dale Waters who contacted the Delta and Lamar counties sheriff's offices for assistance finding and stopping the vehicle. The truck made it through Delta County and into the city of Paris where it was stopped by the Lamar County Sheriff's Department. Officers were surprised to find the truck was driven by "Santa" (or one of his helpers), and the trailer contained reindeer. Real reindeer. "Santa" was detained for a short time, until it was determined that the deer were not white tailed deer and he had violated no Texas deer transportation laws. "Santa" was allowed to be on his way with a "Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night." December 13, Grayson County Game Warden Dale Moses cited a subject for possessing white tailed deer parts without a required wildlife resource document. The subject had 22 tenderloins, 18 backstraps, eight hindquarters and five forequarters, but possessed only four managed lands deer permits. December 10, Freestone County Game Warden John Thorne received a call reporting spotlighting on a dead end county road. Warden Thorne had no luck locating the subjects and was about to give up the search. The intoxicated subjects, who were hiding beside a barn a good distance off the road, began fumbling with the remote control on their new Golight spotlight and accidentally hit Thorne's truck with the light as he drove by. Cherokee County Game Wardens Brian Bearden and Eric Collins had a long, busy evening on Dec. 10. After discovering some tagging issues with three deer left at a local deer processor, wardens located and interviewed a subject at his residence. Through the interview, wardens determined that approximately 30 deer had been taken in Mason County by a group of hunters. After it was all sorted out, several violations for hunting under the license of another, allowing a person to hunt under license of another, no hunter education and failure to complete the harvest log were discovered. Later that evening, wardens Bearden and Collins investigated a case involving the taking of a small 8 point buck, which was brought to a local processor late at night. After locating the subject's residence, the subject and his friend admitted to shooting the deer at night while hog hunting. While at the residence, the wardens learned of a second illegal 8 point buck deer the subject had taken earlier in November. The deer had been taken to a taxidermist in Nacogdoches County, where Wardens Sean Reneau and Randy Stovall recovered the 8 point buck, whose antlers did not meet the 13 inch minimum spread requirement. Before leaving the residence, wardens discovered a third illegal 8 point buck. They determined the third illegal buck had been taken behind the subject's residence the previous hunting season by the subject's younger brother. Charges for hunting deer in closed season, antler restriction violations and no hunter education were filed. 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The skin against the nail is perfectly suited to tolerate the presence of the nail growing into it. However, once the skin becomes inflamed and swollen due to infection of bacteria trapped between the skin and nail, or due to the inflammation caused by the minor injury of nicking the skin when the nail is cut, pain will develop. Regardless of its cause, an ingrown nail will involve pain and inflammation, and will cause chronic symptoms that come and go frequently. If untreated, the infection may potentially spread at any point and may eventually involve the toe bone underneath. Temporary treatment of acute flare ups may consist of regular soaking in warm, soapy water, application of antibiotic ointment, and the use of antibiotic medication to control the infection. The offending nail border must be removed to fully resolve the condition. This is accomplished through a short office procedure where the nail border is removed under local anesthesia and a mild acid is used to prevent the nail matrix from ever growing the nail back into the skin. Recovery is generally quick, only requiring home soaking once per day and keeping the toe covered with antibiotic ointment and a band aid. Activities are not restricted as pain after the procedure is rare. Home based "bathroom surgery" is not recommended as this may significantly worsen the condition. Other causes of nail pain can include nail fungus infection, which may cause the nails to become thickened, loosened, discolored, and crumbly. The nail thickness causes pain when it strikes the shoe during activity. Fungus is a small organism that also causes athlete's foot. When present on the skin, it can potentially spread under the toenail to infect the skin under the nail. Treatment requires prescription medication to eliminate the infection, and usually needs oral medication to get the medication to the hard to reach area under the nail. Over the counter topical medications are virtually ineffective against nail fungus, despite their advertising claims, and will generally do nothing for the fungus infection itself. Other potential treatment for nail fungus pain can simply include smoothing out the nails to reduce the prominence in one's shoes, or even removing very painful nails via a simple and relatively painless office procedure. Not all thickened nails have fungus in them. Sometimes, nails simply become thickened and painful due to long term pressure and damage to the nail root from shoe pressure or injury, much like how ingrown nails can develop. The nails can be sore in shoes and with activity. Treatment can include smoothing the nails out or using medication to soften the nails. Nail removal can be performed in severe cases. Another common nail problem seen in runners, walkers, and treadmill users is bruising and loosening of the toenails. When shoes are a little too long, the foot will piston in and out of the shoe, resulting in low level injury to the toe tips. This can also occur in shoes that are too tight. The nails will subsequently bruise and loosen. This can be prevented by wearing properly sized shoes. Many times, bruised nails can also be the result of injury, such as stubbing the toe or dropping an object on it. If the bruise is small, then one can simply wait and allow the nail to grow out as long as any pain goes away after a few days. If the bruise covers more than a third to one half of the nail itself, then one will need to have that nail evaluated as there may be a cut in the skin under the nail and the pressure may need to be released in order for the toe to heal properly. In some cases, a fracture may have formed in the bone under the nail, and a piece of the bone may have cut the skin from below. This situation requires immediate attention to avoid infection to the bone. Nail pain can be seen in other less common conditions, such as various skin diseases like psoriasis, as well as other more serious conditions like melanoma around the nail. If one has developed a dark pigmented area on the nail and surrounding skin, this needs to be evaluated immediately. Melanoma to the nail region is rare, but does occur. Other conditions like benign or malignant skin and soft tissue tumors, cysts, and nerve disturbances can cause nail pain. Each of these, while uncommon, has their own treatment available in the hands of a good foot specialist. As one can see, nail pain has numerous causes, all of which are treatable. Having one's foot evaluated in a timely manner can prevent having to endure pain unnecessarily, and allow a quick return to full activity. Dr. Kilberg provides compassionate and complete foot and ankle care to adults and children in the Indianapolis area. He is board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, and is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association. He enjoys providing comprehensive foot health information to the online community to help the public better understand their feet.
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