made his initial appearance in "Japantown," an action-packed thriller and the series debut.
, of Whitehead Lane, Newsome, pleaded guilty to possessing a knife in public during a previous hearing.
On completion of his first body of work (recently collected in Tones of Dirt and Bone, Twin Palms Publishers, 2015), and before embarking on the remainder of his long photographic journey, Brodie
wrote: "The photos?
It was Southport - and that man Brodie
- who broke the deadlock on 66 minutes.
Former Conference Premier Golden Boot winner Brodie
joined Gateshead in the summer after three years at Crawley Town, the last two involving long-term loans at Fleetwood Town and Morecambe.
In the early 2000s, Brodie
was traveling around the country and posting his photos on the Internet under the sobriquet "The Polaroid Kidd." He was young then--just out of his late teens--and his images appeared at a time particularly enraptured with underground and outlaw cultures; street art, renegade flotillas and steampunk circuses all flourished on the periphery of the mainstream, as artists like Duke Riley, Barry McGee, and Swoon were bridging these subcultures with the commercial art world.
, of Trimdon Avenue, Middlesbrough, said he was being used by a drug dealer and that his role was "just driving around".
, 42, has called in police but says he is baffled that the intruder ignored a pile of cash sitting on his table.
"Every day is crazy!" Brodie
says, at 26 his mildly Southern vowels and easy laugh still plump with goofy teenage enthusiasm.
In addition, in the central portion of the medullary canal, there was an 8.5 cm x 0.5 cm focus of linear signal abnormality, and enhancement, suspicious for an intra-osseous abscess (Brodie
opened his account after just 36 seconds when a mistake by Tim Ryan allowed the striker in to score a simple goal from 10 yards.