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SOCHI, Russia -- An activist who has been monitoring environmental fallout from the Sochi Olympics has been jailed for five days for resisting police, apparently part of a continuing harassment campaign against local activists. Igor Kharchenko was grabbed on the street in the regional capital of Krasnodar late Tuesday afternoon as he left his house and found his car smashed, an associate, Olga Soldatova, said Wednesday. Police charged him with resisting police orders. Soldatova, who was with him at the police station, said Kharchenko was given a blank sheet of paper instead of a protocol sanctioning his detention. Kharchenko was put on trial behind closed doors Wednesday and sentenced to five days in jail for disobeying police orders. "They were leading Kharchenko out, and he told us he got 5 days, without a proper trial, lawyer or witnesses," said Soldatova, who was at the courthouse. Like Yevgeny Vitishko, who was jailed Monday for swearing in public, Kharchenko is a member of the Environmental Watch on the North Caucasus, a group that has been monitoring the environmental effects of Olympic construction. Activists have been raising concerns for months about an apparent campaign of intimidation and harassment of activists and journalists in the Sochi area. Human Rights Watch said the harassment campaign against the local activists does not deal with the problems that the activists have uncovered but only dampens Russias image abroad. "Vitishkos imprisonment on trumped-up charges, and his colleagues arbitrary detentions and vicious harassment, are more damaging to Russias Olympic host reputation than any criticism they could have voiced," the groups Russian co-ordinator, Tanya Lokshina, said in a statement Tuesday. 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In 18 games with the Kings this season the 27-year-old Martinez has scored two goals and added five assists.Morgantown, WV - Jaden Oberkrom made a 37-yard field goal as time expired to lift No. 10 TCU over 20th-ranked West Virginia, 31-30, on Saturday. The Horned Frogs took over at their own 24 with 2:07 to play. Kolby Listenbees 40-yard catch moved the ball to the WVU 33-yard line and following four straight runs, Oberkrom made the game-winning field goal. Trevone Boykin completed 12-of-30 passes for 166 yards, one touchdown and an interception for the Horned Frogs (7-1, 4-1 Big 12), who have won three in a row. He also carried the ball nine times for 49 yards and a score. B.J. Catalon rushed for 105 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries for TCU, which entered the game as the nations highest scoring team (50.4 ppg). Deante Gray caught two passes for 55 yards and a score. Clint Trickett connected on 15-of-26 passes for 162 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions for the Mountaineers (6-3, 4-2), who had a four-game winning streak snapped. Mario Alford caught three passes for 79 yards and a score for West Virginia, which turned the ball over five times. After TCU took a 14-13 lead with 9:27 left in the third quarter, the Mountaineers scored two touchdowns in 15 seconds. Dreamius Smith ripped off a 50-yard run before scoring from five yards. West Virginia cornerback Terrell Chestnut followed with a great individual effort on the first play of the ensuing TCU drive. Josh Doctson caught a pass before Chestnut ripped the ball loose and raced 35 yards the other way for a strip-and-score. But Trickett made a big mistake on the next WVU possession. On 3rd-and-9, Trickett was under pressure and was picked off by Paul Dawson. Catalons 23-yard TD run got TCU within 27-21 with 2:25 remaining. 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West Virginia converted a trio of third downs on the games opening possession. Kevin Whites 23-yard catch on 3rd-and-6 led to Alfords 23-yard TD catch. After the Horned Frogs went three-and-out, Trickett led the Mountaineers on a 14-play drive that Lambert capped with a 21-yard field goal. The West Virginia offense was back on the field after the Mountaineers recovered the ensuing kickoff. Lambert made a 44-yard field goal to make it 13-0. Gray responded with a 47-yard TD catch with 1:44 left in the first quarter. TCU was unable to take advantage of three West Virginia turnovers during a scoreless second stanza. The last of those turnovers came when Wendell Smallwood fumbled. The Horned Frogs took over at the WVU 23-yard line but Boykin was intercepted by KJ Dillon. The Horned Frogs finally cashed in on a WVU turnover early in the third period. A miscommunication between Trickett and the center led to a fumble, recovered by TCUs Mike Tuaua. 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