Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Nassau County police Saturday confirmed that the man found dead in a Great Neck gas station’s dumpster was a 39-year-old Brooklyn man kidnapped after leaving work Thursday.Menachem Stark’s body was discovered at the Getty gas station on 120 Cuttermill Road just before 4 p.m. Friday, police said.Investigators have yet to reveal a cause of death.Stark went missing around 11:30 p.m. Thursday after he was forced into a light colored Dodge Caravan on Rutledge Street in Williamsburg.The van was caught on surveillance.“They came out of the minivan and went straight for him,” the victim’s brother, Yitzy Stark, told the Daily News. “They grabbed him and he fought with them for about five minutes.”Both the New York Post and NBC New York reported that Stark’s body was burned, citing unnamed sources. Nassau police have yet to confirm if that was the case.Stark’s body was transported to the medical examiner’s office, police said.The investigation is ongoing.
The second round of the playoffs is a great time to shoot a course record and Matsuyama did it with next to flawless putting at a course that has been around since 1923.When his day was done, Matsuyama shot a bogey-free round that featured 165 feet, eight inches of putts. Related News BMW Championship: Tiger Woods cards another 71 in Round 2, still at bottom of pack Hideki Matsuyama could do no wrong Friday.The No. 32 ranked golfer in the world shot a course record 63 at Medinah No. 3 to take a one-shot lead at 12 under after two rounds at the BMW Championship. “I wish I knew why I putted so well today,” Matsuyama said through his translator, via the PGA Tour website. “But I was happy that a lot of them went in. As they went in, you start gaining more confidence and as your confidence builds, more putts go in, too.”What a finish.Hideki Matsuyama just made his ninth birdie of the day.He leads by two.#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/AyzqHpLPZq— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) August 16, 2019Matsuyama made a career-high five putts outside of 15 feet on the day including one from 28 feet, six inches on the opening hole.This was just his day and a statement after Justin Thomas and Jason Kokrak tied the course record of 65 just one day before.Speaking of Thomas and Kokrak, the two players had very different days. Thomas followed up his course-record performance with a solid 69 to finish at 10 under through two rounds and two shots back of Matsuyama in sole possession of fourth. As for Kokrak, he was unable to follow up his Round 1 showing as he shot a disappointing 1-over 73. He sits at 6 under and in a tie for 21st.Two men sit tied for second at 11 under in Patrick Cantlay and Tony Finau. Finau’s 6-under 66 was tied for the third best round of the day.Round 2 update from Medinah:1. Hideki Matsuyama (-12)2. Patrick Cantlay (-11)2. Tony Finau4. Adam Hadwin (-9)4. Lucas Glover4. Chez Reavie4. Rory Sabbatini4. Xander SchauffeleFull leaderboard: https://t.co/vZk1d8dmgT pic.twitter.com/JK133WuILF— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) August 16, 2019