Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A suspect has been arrested for allegedly killing a Missouri man and wounding two others in a shooting in North Amityville over the weekend, Suffolk County police said.Jakyma Bunn was charged Sunday with second-degree murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon.Homicide Squad detectives alleged that the 38-year-old suspect fatally shot Louis Wilson, 44, of Kansas City, and wounded two fellow North Amityville residents on Coolidge Avenue at 2 a.m. Saturday.Bunn, who suffered non-life-threatening injuries during the shooting, is scheduled to be arraigned Monday at First District Court in Central Islip.
BERLIN, Germany (Reuters) – Germany will not be among the tournament favourites if they qualify for next year’s Euro 2020, coach Joachim Loew said yesterday ahead of their final two qualifiers.The Germans, who take on Belarus today before facing Northern Ireland on Tuesday, are level with leaders Netherlands on 15 points. Northern Ireland are third on 12. The top two earn automatic qualification and Germany could qualify as early as today.“We don’t belong to the tournament favourites,” Loew told reporters. “France, England have been playing with the same players for years. There are the Dutch, Spain.”“We, with our young team, are not among the favourites because we are still in the process of change.”The Germans suffered a shock group-stage exit at last year’s World Cup and were relegated in the inaugural Nations League, promoting a major overhaul of the team.“Maybe in two or four years when the players are at their peak! I mean a lot is possible with this team and we are working on that because it does have a lot of quality.”Loew has had to struggle with a lot of absences in recent months and his young team has rarely played with the same starting lineup, delaying, as he said, its development.“We have had games where we played really well over 45 minutes and when I was surprised at how well some things worked,” he said. “But we have not yet managed to do it over 90 minutes against tough opponents. That is the job we have.”Loew said the situation was similar to that of the 2010 World Cup when injuries had forced several last-minute changes and the young team that included Mats Hummels, Jerome Boateng, Mesut Ozil and Manuel Neuer – reached the semi-finals.It also formed the backbone for the 2014 title-winning team in Brazil.“It is a bit like the situation in 2010. But to play for the title will be difficult. There are things that are possible but we don’t have the ‘favourites’ role this time,” said Loew.