Tyler Hilinski, a 21-year-old quarterback for Washington State was found dead in his Pullman, Washington apartment on Tuesday. According to ESPN, police said he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head, and the rifle that is believed to have been used was found next to his body.
He also left behind a suicide note. The contents of that note have not been made public.
Police made the tragic discovery after Hilinski didn’t show up for a football practice. Someone called in a welfare check for the young athlete.
Hilinski’s brother Ryan, who is also a football quarterback, released a statement of his own about his late brother on Tuesday. “We, as a family, are grieving after receiving news that my brother, Tyler Hilinski took his own life this afternoon. We are in complete shock and disarray. Tyler was the kid that put a smile on everybody’s face when they were
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The 29-year-old daughter of the former owner of the Washington Redskins was arrested in New York City on Wednesday after she allegedly assaulted someone with a $300 glass purse and made an anti-Semitic remark, The Washington Post reported.
Jacqueline Kent Cooke — the millionaire daughter of Jack Kent Cooke, who owned The Washington Redskins football team for decades until his death in 1997 — was charged with second-degree assault and is being investigated by the Hate Crimes Task Force.
“The people are investigating this case as a possible hate crime,” Assistant District Attorney Jorge Deossa said at Cooke’s arraignment.
Cooke was waiting in the coat check line at the upscale Upper East Side restaurant Caravaggio at just before midnight on New Year’s Eve, near Matthew Haberkorn, a 52-year-old man, and his family. Cooke became impatient and snapped at Haberkorn’s mother, a 77-year-old woman, and said “Hurry up, Jew,” Haberkorn told the Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/crime-time/socialite-and-daughter-of-former-washington-redskins-owner-arrested-after-alleged-assault