San Francisco prosecutors are declining to file charges against a Half Moon Bay man arrested last week in connection with an on-field incident in June that put a fellow Gaelic football player into a coma, a spokesman for the district attorney’s office said today.Patrick Power, 26, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of felony assault. Read More
A Gaelic football club player has been arrested in connection with a June fracas on Treasure Island that left another player in a coma. Read More
A Gaelic football club player has been suspended for 96 weeks by the San Francisco Gaelic Athletic Association for his involvement in a June fracas on Treasure Island that left another player in a coma.Patrick Power, the suspended Celts player and person of interest in a criminal case being sought by San Francisco police, has not formally been charged as investigators are still asking witnesses to come forward. Read More
San Francisco police have named the person of interest in the case of a Gaelic football player who has been suffering from brain damage at San Francisco General hospital since an on-the-field incident during a match in June on Treasure Island. Read More
Police have identified a person of interest in the case of a young Irishman who suffered major head trauma during a Gaelic football match Saturday on Treasure Island.
Police won’t name the person, but Officer Albie Esparza said he was seen standing over footballer Mark McGovern during an off-the-ball fracas that put the 22-year-old athlete into a coma. McGovern is in critical condition at San Francisco General Hospital. Read More