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Buffalo man arrested for criminal impersonation during traffic stop YORKSHIRE, N.Y. (WIVB)– The New York State Police say they’ve arrested 24-year-old Muheydin A. Ismail of Buffalo for Criminal Impersonation in the second degree. State Police tell us they arrested Ismail during a here. November 24 traffic stop on State Route 16 in the town of Yorkshire. Troopers say Ismail gave a false name during the stop. Ismail was arrested and later let go. He was issued an appearance tickets for Yorkshire Town Court. Copyright 2020 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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JPMorgan 'skeptical' about GM producing Nikola badger pickup JPMorgan is "skeptical" about Nikola finalizing a deal with General Motors to produce an electric pickup truck called the Badger for the embattled vehicle start-up. Shares of Nikola were down as much as 17.4% during trading Wednesday. A GM spokesman declined to comment on the negotiations Wednesday other than the "transaction has not closed, and there is no new information" to report. JPMorgan is "skeptical" about Nikola finalizing a deal with General Motors to produce an electric pickup truck called the Badger for the embattled vehicle start-up. Instead, JPM analyst Paul Coster expects the two companies to renegotiate a previously announced $2 billion deal without the Badger, focusing on GM supplying Nikola with battery and fuel cell technologies for its large commercial trucks – the cornerstone of its operations. "(Nikola's) CEO has been consistently non-committal regarding the Badger initiative, in our view, and we are skeptical that it will proceed given that it is not a strategic initiative for Nikola and it could drain the company of cash needed for the Class 8 truck initiatives," Coster said in an investor note Wednesday. During an interview Tuesday on CNBC's "Mad Money with Jim Cramer," Nikola CEO Mark Russell said negotiations with GM were ongoing. He said the company remains "interested" in the automaker's technologies, but reiterated that Nikola will not sell the Badger – a consumer vehicle compared with semitrucks – without a partner to produce it. "It has to have a business case," Russell said.

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/11/25/jpmorgan-skeptical-about-gm-producing-nikola-badger-pickup.html