A domestic dispute in Glasgow Wednesday led to the arrest of a 23 year-old man.
Glasgow Police responded to a complaint from a parent that her son was out of control at a residence on Indian Hills Drive.
Source4Teachers, the company that employed Aldinger, issued a statement that read in part, "Source4Teachers has been made aware that a substitute employed by the company and working in the Easton Area School District was arrested on May 6th.
Given the nature of the allegations and our policy for dealing with such matters, Source4Teachers has indefinitely suspended the substitute from all jobs in all of our partner districts pending a thorough investigation."Aldinger has been charged with one count of institutional sexual assault.
of a two vehicle injury collision, which had occurred southbound on Interstate 65 near the 24 mile marker.
The preliminary investigation indicated that 22 year-old Justin Ferguson, of Huntington, West Virginia, was operating a 2004 Lexus passenger car in the center lane of the interstate and attempted to merge into the left lane of travel.
An uninvolved vehicle was occupying the left lane at the time of the merge, and Ferguson steered right to avoid the collision. A 29 year-old Hardyville man has been arrested after a pursuit in several counties.
Ferguson's vehicle then entered into a clockwise spin, rotating back into the center lane in front of a 2003 Peterbilt Semi truck being operated by 56 year-old Gerardo Garcia, of Chicago, IL. Justin Ferguson was transported via EMS to the Medical Center in Bowling Green for treatment of injuries. According to Hart County Sheriff Boston Hensley, 29 year-old Joshua L.
The two first met while Aldinger worked at Easton Middle School, and Aldinger admitted to having sex with the teen multiple times since the fall of 2015, according to the affidavit of probable cause." proclaimed after victory in a fight; Husher, a brawny man, capable of stilling opponents; Hoosa, an Indian word for corn; Hoose, an English term for a disease of cattle which gives the animals a wild sort of look; and the evergreen "Who's ear?" asked while toeing a torn-off ear lying on the bar room floor the morning after a brawl.Yet according to controversial sociologist Dr Catherine Hakim, not only are such dalliances our destiny – because we are evolutionarily and biologically hard wired this way – but they should be embraced.Dr Hakim calls this gender difference in libido “the male sex deficit”.The best evidence, however, suggests that "Hoosier" was a term of contempt and opprobrium common in the upland South and used to denote a rustic, a bumpkin, a countryman, a roughneck, a hick or an awkward, uncouth or unskilled fellow.