A fourth suspect has been arrested in connection with the burglary of a New Hampshire hobby shop.
Police in Farmington say 30-year-old Kodi Joy was taken into custody Monday.
A group of three other men from Maine had already been arrested last month after an early morning break-in at The Dugout Collection in Keene on February 20.
Boxes of trading cards and other items were taken. Police say the men drove away in a stolen getaway car they tried to burn as police began searching for them.
Joy is being held without bail, pending trial.
Newly drafted Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb has an autograph deal. The Oklahoma standout has signed with Fanatics.
The company already has some signed Lamb memorabilia on its website, including autographed footballs and helmets. Prices start at $129.99.
Lamb was the 17th player picked in this year’s draft after earning first team All-American honors as a junior at OU.
To date, the NFL has raised more than $100 million in COVID-19 relief.
Funds raised during the league’s ongoing Draft-A-Thon will help support six national nonprofit organizations and their respective COVID-19 relief efforts.
Donations accounted for much of the money but at NFL.com/auction, collectors can bid on autographed NFL items and exclusive packages. The NFL does not retain any profits from the sale of the items or experiences being auctioned. Charitable contributions are donated to the NFL’s nonprofit partners.
MeiGray Auctions has opened its latest NHL goal puck auction with 22 of them on the block through May 20.
Among those on the block are pucks shot into nets over the last couple of seasons by the likes of Alex Ovechkin (640th career goal); Sidney Crosby (459); Ilya Kovalchuk (438) and T. J. Oshie (229).
As usual, each puck was lifted off the ice by an on-ice NHL official, identified and secured by an off-ice official in the arena during or after the game, and then authenticated and affixed with a hologram by MeiGray, which registers them in a database.
Bidding continues through May 20 at MeiGrayAuctions.com.