Laura Rosario, manager at Ring of Fire downtown, said when customers ask for a Spurs-related tattoo, artists give them a heads up. Usually, she told mySA.com, locals are already aware of the connection and will ask for a Spurs tattoo in a less visible place. “We won’t put it on someone’s neck or face or further down their arm where someone could see it and assume they’re associated with that gang,” she said. “We try to make sure that they know.”
A Bexar County deputy, speaking on condition of anonymity, said San Antonio serves as the “motherland” for the Tango Orejon gang. “This is where they come from. Of course, we are going to have a bigger impact from them knowing that this gang is so notorious within the prison,” they said. Photos from inside the Bexar County Jail show how gang members incorporate the Spurs symbol into their markings.
Andy Larsen: Jazz statement on Jeff Withey: The Utah Jazz released the following statement: “We are aware of the media reports involving Jeff Withey. At this point, we are collecting information and will have no further comment until we have a better understanding of the situation.”
Utah Jazz center Jeff Withey has been accused of domestic violence in a police report filed by his Playboy Playmate of the Year ex-fiancee, Kennedy Summers … TMZ Sports has learned. Law enforcement sources confirm the report was filed in Manhattan Beach, CA on Tuesday and references multiple alleged incidents. We’re told cops are focused on one alleged incident from 2016.
Our law enforcement sources tell us cops were called to an incident involving Withey and Summers last year, but no report was made at the time and nobody was arrested. Sources connected to Summers tell us she filed the report now because Withey and the Jazz are in an NBA playoff series with the L.A. Clippers and she’s concerned for her safety when he’s in L.A.
The Indiana Pacers were told to stay in their team hotel Sunday night because the search for the Facebook killer in Cleveland was still ongoing. “We were instructed to stay put because of the situation that was happening last night,” Pacers coach Nate McMillan said during the Pacers’ Monday morning shootaround.