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Philly Cop Gets Job Back; Oceans 16 Claim Lottery; Brett Brown is new 76ers Coach
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/12/13 6:03 pm | updated: 08/12/13 6:03 pm
 
"Ocean's 16" is what a group of 16 Ocean County, NJ employees are calling themselves after the popular Ocean's Eleven movie. The group of 16 public employees near the Jersey shore hold one of three winning tickets from last week's $448 million Powerball jackpot. They came forward today together to claim the prize of $86 million, or $3.8 million each after taxes. The group are co-workers at the Ocean County Department of Vehicle Services in Tom's River. At least six of the winners were directly affected by Hurricane Sandy last October that cause heavy damage down the shore. The other two winning tickets went to a Minneapolis, MN man and a yet to be claimed ticket sold in South Brunswick, NJ.

A Philadelphia cop who was fired after a Youtube video of him striking a woman is returning to the force. Lt. Jonathan Josey will get his job back following an arbitration ruling. The incident occurred at the Puerto Rican Day parade last September. He testified that as he attempted to knock a bottle of beer from Aida Guzman's hand he hit her face and she went down. Originally, she was charged with disorderly conduct but those charges were dropped as the video went viral. Josey was then fired and charged with simple assault but was acquitted at trial in February. Guzman settled with the city for $75,000. His return is effective immediately.



San Antonio Spurs assistant Brett Brown has agreed to terms with the Philadelphia 76ers to become their next head coach. Brown becomes the franchise's 24th head coach and the 8th since Larry Brown left in 2003. The 52-year-old has been an assistant to Gregg Popovich since 2002 and apart of three NBA championship teams with San Antonio. General Manager Sam Hinke took his time finding a new coach after former coach Doug Collins stepped down. Collins left following a 34-48 season and with one year remaining on his contract. Brett Brown inherits a rebuilding team that traded away it's All-Star guard for draft picks and an injured Kentucky center on draft night.

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