A 6-Month-Old Kid Has Been Kidnapped
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has confirmed a 6-month-old was abducted in Clarkston, Georgia Thursday afternoon by 24-year-old suspect Emmanuel Singleton.
Singleton and Allen have carried most of Penn State’s carries this season due to the absence of veteran running backs Caziah Holmes and Devyn Ford who have entered the transfer portal and Keyvone Lee recovering from injury.
Early Life and Education
Singleton was among a wave of black hip-hop influencers emerging in his early 20s. He worked alongside rappers such as 2Pac and Ice Cube (alongside Busta Rhymes, Janet Jackson and Q-Tip) on films such as 1992’s Boyz n the Hood and 1994’s Poetic Justice.
He directed 1995’s topical college drama Higher Learning and 1997’s period piece Rosewood. Most recently he directed 2005’s Four Brothers, an action flick featuring Mark Wahlberg and Tyrese Gibson as three adopted brothers who seek revenge against their mother’s death.
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Singleton has made quite an impressionful professional debut, playing for both Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League and Philadelphia Eagles. Furthermore, he is well known as an advocate of Special Olympics; volunteering and traveling with them to Yukon to assist athletes compete at Winter Games competition.
Last season, Penn State ranback Marcus Lattimore led them to an outstanding finish by rushing 156 times for 1,061 yards and 12 touchdowns – an outstanding debut performance he hopes to build upon with more carries and touchdowns scored this season.
He has given back to Special Olympics with his Tackling Inclusion fundraiser, where he donates one dollar for every tackle made during a season. Furthermore, he has participated in Special Olympic events like “Pins for a Purpose,” joining athletes of the organization for a night of bowling fun and fundraising for Special Olympics.
Achievement and Honors
Singleton averaged an incredible average of 12.4 yards per carry in his high school career and scored 44 touchdowns, dominating competition and leading Governor Mifflin to back-to-back district titles while winning the 2021 Gatorade Player of the Year Award. Off the field, he also actively participated in his community literacy outreach program and assisted with district cleanup initiatives.
Rain Man was released in 1988 to critical and commercial acclaim and brought attention to autistic savants. Singleton achieved much in life including marrying Joyce and giving birth to their son Thomas Madison Singleton; also fondly remembering spending time with grandchildren and great-grandchildren; as well as spending time with family. We will all miss him dearly until our time together again Mr. Singleton. Rest in Peace
Noah Singleton passed away peacefully Wednesday in Lafayette, Louisiana at 85 years old. He leaves behind his wife Juanita Catalon Singleton; their children Domonique Terrell Pue and Ma’Kenzie Angel Singleton; grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brothers; as well as other loved ones who will miss him dearly.
He is also the founder of ASPIRE, an organization dedicated to relationship education. One of his greatest aspirations is helping individuals realize the worth of life, making positive choices for themselves and those they care for.
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Noah Singleton, a highly-ranked running back who chose Penn State over other prominent programs, made an immediate impactful first game impression with a touchdown-scoring run during his inaugural outing as a Nittany Lion.
Began acting since 1998 and had small roles on TV series such as Ed (2000-201) and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999). His breakthrough role came in Damages (2007-12) where he played David Connor; this lead him onto appearing in movies such as Numb3rs (2003), Skwod (2006) and Crumbs (2009).
Singleton has garnered much praise for his film success and activism on behalf of LGBT rights, estimated at an estimated net worth of $3.2 million. Additionally, he has written and directed various movies.