Pete Alonso hit a tiebreaking double, and Rafael Ortega added the winning single as the New York Mets beat Los Angeles Angels 3-2 in the ninth. Alonso’s hit came less than 24 hours after being hit in the neck by Jose Soriano’s slider and nearly caused serious injury.
An investigation using familial DNA found that a male person of interest had brothers and a living father; DNA collected from one brother was disproven but one from his father proved an exact match with DNA at the crime scene.
Early Life and Education
Apart from his studies in nature, he also enjoys giving lectures and working with people. With extensive travel and research experience in North, Central, South America as well as Africa and Asia.
Lucas Alonso, 66, from Zion, Ill. has been charged with first-degree homicide in connection with Linda Fields’s suffocation under a pine tree in her front yard on Feb 24, 2000 and DNA collected from her body was found matching Alonso as the perpetrator, investigators reported.
Kiko Alonso is the son of Carlos and Monica Alonso who have roots in Cuba, Colombia and Massachusetts. Kiko attended Los Gatos High School in California before playing football for University of Oregon as a middle linebacker before eventually moving to Miami, Florida where he now resides.
Alonso has represented his nation twice. He made his national team debut against Ecuador on April 2003 in a 4-0 win, before competing at two consecutive European Championships – winning both times with Spain.
Alonso was selected by the Buffalo Bills in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft; however, during his rookie year he sustained an ACL tear that forced his trade to Philadelphia Eagles in 2015 where he would once more join Chip Kelly’s system.
Alonso has played various film and television roles. These include co-starring alongside Paula Patton and Omar Epps in Jumping the Broom as an independent drama, playing Congressman John Conyers in Kathryn Bigelow’s Detroit, as well as appearing on Amazon Prime’s The Boys as well as in NBC Deception and A&E Breakout Kings series.
Achievement and Honors
Perfect Game honored Alonso as a Summer Collegiate All-American for his performance with the Mallards, where he led their league with 18 homers while also finishing second in batting average and on-base percentage.
Alonso was an integral member of Spain’s teams that won Euro 2008 and 2010 World Cup tournaments, earning him 114 caps overall. Additionally, he finished third at 2009 Confederations Cup where he received an unexpected kick to his chest during final that could have broken his ribs but instead earned only a yellow card penalty.
Alonso has made multiple film appearances, such as Kathryn Bigelow-directed drama DETROIT and independent thriller CASH TRUCK, portraying Congressman John Conyers in both projects – for which he won an NAACP Image Award as Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture.
Lucas Alonso currently resides in Zion, Illinois with his wife and two children. He holds a bachelor’s degree from University of Oregon as well as master’s and PhD degrees in statistics from Northwestern University; currently working towards earning another PhD at University of Illinois.
Othram Inc was contracted by the FBI to conduct familial DNA searches of male persons of interest in a murder. One search resulted in finding someone with both their brother and father living nearby; DNA samples from both brothers were tested and eliminated, with their father matching crime scene DNA.
Alonso was eventually identified as the person of interest, and he has been charged with the murder of 37-year-old Linda Fields of Racine, Wisconsin in February 2000 under a low-hanging branch of a pine tree, where her body had been strangled to death. Carl Fields said Alonso’s arrest brings them one step closer to finding justice for Linda’s death.
Lucas Valente hails from a family steeped in combat sports. His uncles excelled at both striking and Jiu Jitsu, while his mother practiced martial arts herself – creating an environment in which Lucas could flourish naturally in combat sports. As such, Lucas Valente found an early affinity for combat.
He first entered the grappling world as a colored belt and quickly made an impressionful debut in competitions both nationally and internationally. Soon thereafter he found himself competing at some of the highest levels.
He made it into the top ten at several international tournaments and is currently on an impressive winning streak, threatening big tournament victories in near future. Not one to stop any time soon, he looks set for continued success as both a competitor and instructor.