Dwayne Christiani is alleged to have driven motor car PRR 2605 in a manner dangerous to the public last Saturday, April 22, 2017, thereby causing the death of William Stanford on the East Bank Demerara highway at Eccles, East Bank Demerara.The 22-year-old appeared on Friday before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan, charged with causing death by dangerous driving.Dwayne ChristianiIn an application for bail, Christiani’s lawyer told the court that his client is not a flight risk because he has a permanent place of abode at Republic Park, East Bank Demerara. He added that his client had cooperated with police at all times, and was released on $20,000 station bail.Prosecutor Alvin Moore did not object to Christiani being granted bail, and this defendant was accordingly placed on $400,000 bail with the condition that he has to report to the Providence Police Station every Friday until completion of the trial.
0Shares0000NAIROBI, Kenya, May 28- The Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) has suspended the erstwhile Director National Squads and Elite Performances Philip Jalango with immediate effect.“Further to the KRU board meeting held on Monday 27th May, 2013 at the Kenya Rugby Union offices the Board suspends Mr. Philip Jalango, Director National Squads and Elite Performance from the board with immediate effect. “He is therefore not authorized to act or speak on behalf of Kenya Rugby Union &/or its affiliates pending a disciplinary hearing. He is further suspended from participation in any Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) sanctioned activities. “The National Squads and Elite performance committee has been reconstituted with Mr. Gabriel Ouko as the Convener,” the statement from the Union confirming the development stated in full.The sanctioning of Jalango is the latest development in the power-play within the Union that has degenerated to a farce.On May 13, a statement signed by Jalango announced the sacking of national rugby sevens head coach, Mike Friday, before his chairman, Mwangi Muthee, who was in London with the squad at the time reversed the decision minutes later.“The Head Coach has failed to exemplify the vision, mission and core values of KRU at certain points of the season. Effective today, the KRU Board has appointed Assistant Head Coach Felix Ochieng, as the interim Head Coach and Bronson Weir from Western Province to assist him, through the remainder of the season.“Felix has been with the program 10 years, and the Board has great confidence in Felix’s ability, and Bronson Weir to guide the team to the world cup. The KRU Board is not giving up on our long term goals for the Kenya 7’s program,” Jalango’s statement read in part.That is when the chair also announced the suspension of Jalango and the board meeting convened few days later ruled Friday would be in charge until the Rugby Sevens World Cup although the decision to axe the director was not ratified.Last weekend, Jalango is alleged to have been behind the woes affecting Bamburi Rugby Super Series franchise Nyumbu where a makeshift team travelled to Uganda where they were mauled 32-0 Rwenzori.A letter from the Union to the teams stated sides that top their pools in the 15s tournament would not be required to travel for their semi final that went contrary to the agreement that one of the last-four matches would be played in Uganda.Amid the chaos, Rwenzori declined to travel to Nairobi, senior Nyumbu players refused to fly to Kampala citing short notice and after scrambling a team, the Kenyan franchise managed by Paul Murunga duly went down to their rivals.The suspended director also played a key role in the suspension of revered sevens winger, Collins Injera, that almost caused a split in the side despite the wishes of coach Friday that issues he had with management could be resolved amicably.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Mejia and Knaan said there is a proven link between those who abuse animals and commit crimes against people. “A lot of times people start with violence against animals and move on to violence against humans,” Mejia said. “There tends to be a correlation between (the two).” firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3051 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LOS ANGELES – The county District Attorney’s Office last week announced plans to better train staff to prosecute animal abuse cases. L.A. County District Attorney Steve Cooley has appointed Deputy District Attorney Deborah Knaan as the new Animal Cruelty Case coordinator, officials said. Knaan said her duty will be to coordinate training and education among the district attorney’s staff that will “ensure uniformity throughout the county in how we file these cases.” Deputy District Attorney Carmelia Mejia, of the Norwalk office, has been tapped for special animal cruelty training. That training is scheduled to begin in September. “I’m really excited, it’s something we really need to do,” she said. “It’s good we’re actually setting up a unit and doing this.” Animal control officials said they expect the initiative to improve prosecution of those who abuse animals. “This particular (initiative) will only help animal law enforcement agencies such as SEAACA,” said Aaron Reyes, director of operations for the Southeast Area Animal Control Authority. “We’re really trying to raise awareness in the community on what constitutes a crime, in order to prevent people from committing them and increase people reporting them,” Knaan said. “We’re hoping to open the public’s eyes and let them know we’re out there and taking this seriously.” Knaan said animal cruelty crimes can be treated as either a felony or misdemeanor by authorities, with penalties ranging from fines to jail time.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson“They say that Matt Leinart is the big guy on campus here, but at Texas, every player is the big guy on campus,” Williams said. “It really is a religion down there. We got 10,000 a game in high school.” USC coach Pete Carroll proclaimed the Trojans ready, but wasn’t willing to predict what would happen tonight. “We’ve done everything we can but I have no idea what will happen,” Carroll said. “We’re going to see what happens.” Carroll said Tuesday the game could hinge on how USC’s defensive ends contain Texas quarterback Vince Young. “They’re going to have to do a really good job,” Carroll said. “Part of our defensive attack calls for that. Lawrence Jackson, Frostee Rucker and Kyle Moore are going to have to do a really nice job taking care of their duties in this ballgame.” LOS ANGELES – Winning a third straight national title means a lot for every USC player, but the game holds special significance for offensive tackle Kyle Williams. He is the only player on the roster from Texas, so a victory over the Longhorns would at least allow him to face his high school classmates. As expected, the Trojans checked out of the Park Hyatt Hotel in Century City and moved to the Los Angeles hotel they stay at the night before games at the Coliseum. Things remained loose for the Trojans, who attended a small rally at Heritage Hall after their walk-through Tuesday and were allowed to eat dinner Tuesday night on their own. Because of the recent rains, Brookside Golf Course will not have public parking for the game. Fans are advised to take free shuttles from either Parsons Engineering on the corner of Walnut and Fair Oaks (100 W. Walnut) or park at Pasadena City College at the corner of Del Mar and Hill streets. Information: (626) 577-3101. email@example.com (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “It means a lot. I’ve got a lot of friends at UT and they are going to the game,” Williams said. “There’s nothing more I’d like better than to win. Then I won’t hear so much trash talk.” Williams, who is from Dallas, went on a recruiting visit to Texas, but said he actually preferred Texas A&M among the in-state colleges. But he realizes how much bigger football is considered at Texas.
Danny Kelly is joined by Andy Brassell to take a look at all the big football news from the continent.They discuss Carlo Ancelotti’s sacking at Bayern Munich, Barcelona playing in the midst of Catalan independence protests, and AC Milan managerial rumours.This week’s European cult hero is the former Roma and Italy midfielder Carlo Ancelotti, and there’s also time to review all the Champions League and Europa League action.Listen above, or click here to download the podcast from iTunes.
talkSPORT.com rounds up all the latest transfer news and football gossip from Tuesday’s papers and online… 6 getty Getty targets LIVING THE DREAM getty images – getty 6 LATEST LATEST TRANSFER GOSSIP getty Arnautovic is the subject of another bid from China 6 Newcastle have agreed to sell Ayoze Perez to Leicester for £30million. The 25-year-old will swap St James Park for the King Power once he successfully passes a medical and agrees personal terms. (Sky Sports News)Arsenal have offered Leicester £50million for Harry Maguire – despite the defender’s £90million price tag. The 26-year-old Englishman is wanted by several clubs, including Manchester United and City, but Leicester are under no pressure to sell. (The Sun)The Foxes will not let Maguire leave for less than £90million. Manchester United today saw their initial £70million bid immediately rejected by the Foxes, who are demanding a world record fee for a defender. – FULL STORYTottenham have announced the signing of Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon for a club record £55million fee. The 22-year-old France midfielder has penned a six-year deal and becomes Spurs’ second signing of the day following the £10m arrival of winger Jack Clarke, who was immediately loaned back to Leeds for the upcoming season. – FULL STORY 6 The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star An unnamed Chinese club have submitted a bid for West Ham forward Marko Arnautovic. The Far East outfit offered £19.7million for the Austria forward, six months after he almost sealed a move to the Chinese Super League. – FULL STORYMan United are ready to make a fresh approach for West Ham defender Issa Diop having seen an opening offer rejected. The Red Devils are expected to return with a £45m bid. (L’Equipe)Rafa Benitez has been officially unveiled as Dalian Yifang’s new manager following his exit from Newcastle at the end of his contract. – FULL STORYJuventus want to sign Matteo Darmian from Manchester United, with striker Mario Mandzukic potentially offered to the Red Devils as part of a player-plus-cash deal. (TMW) moving on 6 Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Signed, sealed, delivered – Lampard is set to return to Chelsea Getty Images Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Wissam Ben Yedder has a release clause of just £35million targets Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? 6 Ndombele has travelled to London to finalise his move to Spurs Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January REVEALED Arsenal are looking for alternatives to £80m-rated Wilfried Zaha Manchester United have had a £31m offer for Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes, 24, rejected by Sporting Lisbon. (Gazzetta dello Sport)Paul Pogba, 26, has been training alone in New York while his Manchester United team-mates reported back for pre-season training. (The Sun)Meanwhile, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told United chiefs to sign 21-year-old Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff in a £25m deal this week. (Daily Star)Liverpool centre-back Dejan Lovren’s representatives have travelled to Italy to hold talks with AC Milan over a move for the 29-year-old Croatia international. (Daily Mirror) Manchester City are reportedly trying to sign Leonardo Bonucci from Juventus, with the Old Lady ready to cash in on the 32-year-old as they plan for the arrival of Matthijs de Ligt. (Corriere dello Sport)Derby County manager Frank Lampard’s return to Chelsea was sealed on Monday. The 41-year-old Blues legend has agreed a £4m-a-year contract at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Mail)Derby are set for further talks with Phillip Cocu this week as they prepare for Lampard’s departure. Cocu was sacked as Fenerbahce boss in October, but enjoyed title success in charge of PSV Eindhoven. (Daily Telegraph)Sevilla have made a renewed effort to keep striker Wissam Ben Yedder at the club, amid reports he has agreed personal terms over a move to Manchester United. (Colina de Nervion) Arsenal have been offered the chance to sign 25-year-old Lyon forward Nabil Fekir for just £30m this summer. (Daily Mirror)The Gunners are preparing a £12m move for Hull City’s 22-year-old English striker Jarrod Bowen, who they see as a cheaper alternative to Wilfried Zaha. (The Sun)Arsenal are also in talks with 29-year-old Algeria attacking midfielder Yacine Brahimi, who is a free agent after leaving Porto. (Sky Sports)LIVE TRANSFER BLOG: Keep up to date with the latest news and gossip on talkSPORT.comArsenal legend Patrick Vieira appears to have ruled himself out of taking over as Newcastle manager, saying he intends to be Nice boss for the “long term”.(Daily Mail)Crystal Palace want Arsenal full-back Carl Jenkinson as a £5m replacement for Aaron Wan-Bissaka. (The Sun)Manchester City are poised to make their first signing of the summer with 18-year-old winger Felix Correia set to complete a £3.1m move to the Premier League champions from Sporting Lisbon. (The Times)Dutch forward Hossein Zamani, 16, has come to the attention of Manchester United, Manchester City and AC Milan because he is considering leaving Ajax. (Daily Mail) Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar’s representatives are set to meet Barcelona officials on Tuesday to discuss the 27-year-old Brazil international’s potential return to the Spanish champions. (Esporte Interativo)Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann’s release clause has dropped from £179m to £107m and Barcelona are ready to sign the 28-year-old France international. (Daily Star)Barcelona are also reportedly willing to pay the £100m release clause for Inter Milan’s Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez, 21. (Corriere dello Sport) Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ three-way race TOP WORK
Sgt. Jerry Goodin issues a statement to clarify.“In the previous release, I stated Michael Joseph Sanders was arrested for the Murder of Skyler Naugle. Skyler Naugle has not been 100% positively identified by the coroner’s standards.”Goodin said for investigative and probable cause standards the body located in the woods near Little York was identified as Skyler Naugle.“There is not a missing person’s case being worked at this point,” he stated in a press release. “If for some unknown reason the identification changes, it will be corrected. However, it does not matter if the found body turns out to be someone different, Sanders would still have been arrested for Murder.”Around 12:30 pm today, a report of a stolen vehicle, a Gold, 2007 Ford Focus, was made on East New Cut Road near the location where Sanders was last seen on Monday.A hunt for the stolen vehicle resulted in Michael Joseph Sanders being stopped on Boatman Road and York Road in Austin, (near Interstate #65), by an Austin City Police Officer.The Washington County Sheriff’s Department issued the information regarding the stolen vehicle. Deputy Ryan Larrimore is working the stolen vehicle investigation. While the hunt for the stolen vehicle was taking place, Washington County Prosecutor, Dustin Houchin, was in the process of seeking an arrest warrant on Sanders in the Washington County Circuit Court for Murder.Indiana State Police Detectives had briefed the prosecutor earlier after obtaining enough information during their investigation to seek an arrest warrant. Sanders was taken into custody by Austin City Police Officers and detectives from the Indiana State Police and is incarcerated at the Washington County Jail.This investigation is continuing. Michael Joseph Sanders was arrested this afternoon and charged with the murder of Skyler Naugle, who had been missing for over a week. The body found in Little York hadn’t yet been identified as Naugle’s, despite the Indiana State Police report. Police are still waiting on DNA and dental records to make a positive identification because the autopsy was inconclusive.
Professional advancement and building a successful loss prevention career can mean many things to many different people. For some individuals it may mean reaching a top leadership position at a particular company, perhaps serving as a director or vice president of loss prevention/asset protection. For others, it may involve gaining experience in multiple professional fields in order to establish a unique and versatile role that capitalizes on all of our various skill sets. Some aspire to be the very best at a particular skill or discipline, building a base of knowledge and expertise that sets us apart from the rest. There are those that strive to leave a professional legacy, leaving a lasting mark on the present and future of the loss prevention industry. And there are still others that simply want the recognition that comes with reaching a particular level of performance and the security that it provides.There are many different ways to evaluate our career vision and professional aspirations. But what is most important is that we find the path that fits us best. We need to fashion and follow a professional development plan that leads us forward and builds our future. Especially when involved in a profession that is evolving as quickly as retail loss prevention, career growth is essential to professional survival. Whatever our professional goals and aspirations might be; whatever skills and experiences have helped forge our personal loss prevention career path, we have to find and seize the opportunities to learn, grow, and progress.All of us throughout the loss prevention community are proud of the accomplishments of those that have worked hard and earned a new place along the loss prevention career path. Please join us in congratulating the following individuals on their recent career moves and promotions.- Sponsor – September 2016 Blue Montez was named Director of Loss Prevention at TorridJessica Lynn Martinik is now a District Loss Prevention Manager at Sephoracalandra MacGregor is now a District Loss Prevention Manager at SephoraChris Holbert was named Senior Manager of LP Operations in Distribution and Logistics at Ross Stores Click here to learn moreJeremy Henderson was promoted to Regional Loss Prevention Manager at TJX CompaniesSteve Kang, CFI was promoted to Director of Asset Protection Operations & Analytics at lululemon athletica Click here to learn moreReginald Hightower was named Senior Director, Global Security for JC PenneyKishalyn Martin was named Senior Director of Asset Protection – North for JC PenneyJason Knight was promoted to Supply Chain Regional Asset Protection Manager at Macy’sCandi Gray is now National Account Manager at Protection 1 Security SolutionsJennifer Thomason, CFI was promoted to Director of Loss Prevention- Emerging Markets at Nike Click here to learn moreJeff Bevins is now a District Manager of Investigations at MacysMark Odell was promoted to Director of Loss Prevention at Advance America Click here to learn moreRyan Cutsforth was promoted to Market Asset Protection Manager at Wal-MartJessika Gordon Fields is now a District Asset Protection Manager at Stage StoresBriana Burgess, CFI, LPC is now a District Loss Prevention Manager at MarshallsJason Guiste, LPQ was promoted to ORC Market Manager at LowesTimothy Hatten, LPC is now a Regional Loss Prevention Manager at Dollar GeneralJohn Slutz is now a Regional Loss Prevention Manager at Family DollarLisa Low was promoted to Sr. Regional Asset Protection Manager at Coach LeatherwareChad Barnhill, CFI, LPC is now a District Loss Prevention Manager at Dick’s Sporting GoodsScott Wancus is now a District Loss Prevention Manager at NAPA Auto PartsBrian Rhue was promoted to Senior Investigator CIT Western Division at The Home DepotJonathan Grogan, CFI is now a Regional Loss Prevention Manager PBM at CVS HealthCasey Wright, CFI was promoted to Director of Warehouse Operations at Eby-Brown CompanyMatt Quealy was named Zone Asset Protection Manager for Rent-A-CenterRosamaria Sostilio has been named Vice President of Loss Prevention for Barnes & Noble Click here to learn moreOscar Mejia is now a Regional Loss Prevention Manager at EquinoxSteve Womer has been promoted to Director of Network Design at Vector Security Click here to learn moreJim Kallin has a new position; Regional Loss Prevention Manager – Finish Line (Information provided by Loss Prevention Recruiters)Kathleen Avariano was promoted to Area Loss Prevention Manager at Hermès of ParisJohn Lee was promoted to Central Investigator at The Home DepotBryan Miller was promoted to Northern Division Internal Investigator at The Home DepotAldo Lopez CFI, CFE, LPC, PI is now a Regional Loss Prevention Manager at Spirit HalloweenRick Peck has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Director of Loss Prevention at Marmaxx Click here to learn moreAhmad Lightfoot has been promoted to Vice President, Loss Prevention Director at T.J.Maxx Click here to learn moreJacquelinne Aderhold, CFI has a new position; AP Team eCommerce Fraud Manager – Sears Holdings Corporation (Information provided by Loss Prevention Recruiters)Mason Willard, CFI has a new position; Regional Loss Prevention Manager – Aeropostale (Information provided by Loss Prevention Recruiters)Alex Melo has been named Director of Sales the Security Systems and Integration (SSI) division at USSMike Campbell has been named a National Account Manager for USSChad Mackiewicz was promoted to Divisional Loss Prevention Manager at AutoZoneMarlene Weber promoted to Director of Loss Prevention-Global William Sonoma (Information provided by Loss Prevention Recruiters)Bart Fuller named Director, Asset Protection at Walgreens (Information provided by Loss Prevention Recruiters)Merrissa Nacht named Director of Investigations & Compliance at Century 21 (Information provided by Loss Prevention Recruiters)Bryan O’Brien promoted to VP of LP, Banana Republic, Athleta & Intermix with Gap, Inc. (Information provided by Loss Prevention Recruiters)Michael Oren named Director, Loss Prevention & IA at Natural Markets Food Group (Information provided by Loss Prevention Recruiters)Tim Humble is now a Regional Loss Prevention Manager at Smart & FinalDavid Della Fave is now Senior Manager of Loss Prevention at Bed, Bath, & BeyondJordan Rivchun, MBA was promoted to Director of Loss Prevention at DSW Click here to learn moreJoshua Vote is now a District Manager of Assets Protection at Abercrombie & FitchJohn Goldyn has been named Loss Prevention Director – Store Operations at Ulta Beauty Stores Click here to learn moreDaniel Perkins is now a Regional Loss Prevention Manager at LP InnovationsAmye Segura Goady was promoted to Manager of Investigations at Stage StoresMatt Barnett was promoted to Regional Loss Prevention Manager at Belk To review the August “People on the Move” click here.Many of the Loss Prevention / Asset Protection career moves and promotions are reported to us by our career advisor partners. 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File Photo of skipper Virat Kohli. – The Hindu SHARE Published on File Photo of skipper Virat Kohli. – The Hindu February 20, 2018 Jasprit Bumrah tops bowling list India captain Virat Kohli became only the second batsman in the history of the game to cross the 900-point mark concurrently in Tests and ODIs, while pacer Jasprit Bumrah grabbed the joint-top position among bowlers in the latest ICC ODI player rankings today.Kohli has become only the second batsman after South Africa’s AB de Villiers to attain the 900-point mark concurrently in both formats and one among only five to have crossed 900 points in both forms of the game. The 29-year-old consolidated his top position with 558 runs in the 5-1 series win over South Africa, during which he slammed three centuries.Kohli thus moved ahead of Brian Lara in the all-timers’ list, having also overtaken him in the all-timers’ Test list last month. He is now seventh in the ODI list of all-time rankings that is led by Vivian Richards with 935 points. The India captain is now a good 22 points clear of Sachin Tendulkar, whose ODI career high of 887 points came against Zimbabwe in January 1998. Kohli’s aggregate is the best since Brian Lara reached 911 points in March 1993.India opener Shikhar Dhawan, who aggregated 323 runs in the South Africa series, is another notable gainer in the latest rankings even as a clutch of Indian bowlers made rapid strides in the latest rankings, including the wrist-spin duo of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuleep Yadav.Leg-spinner Chahal has moved up eight slots to 21st position with 16 wickets in the South Africa series while Chinaman bowler Yadav’s 17 scalps have helped him move up 15 positions to take the 47th position. Bumrah’s eight wickets have lifted him two places to take the joint-first position.Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan has joined Bumrah at the top with 16 wickets in the series against Zimbabwe which Afghanistan won 4-1 to become the youngest to attain top ranking. His 51 runs in two innings in the series, including a brisk 43 in the final match in Sharjah on Monday, has also helped him break into the top-five in the list of all-rounders while he has also moved up 11 slots to take 114th place among batsmen.For South Africa, Faf du Plessis’ 120-run knock in the first ODI against India, after which he was ruled out due to an injury, has seen him gain one slot to reach eight position. Meanwhile, India (123) continued to top the ODI team rankings, followed by South Africa (117) and England (116). Interestingly, Afghanistan have overtaken Zimbabwe in the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Team Rankings. Afghanistan have gained four points to take 10th position with 55 points while Zimbabwe have lost three points to be on 50 points. COMMENT cricket SHARE SHARE EMAIL × accomplishment COMMENTS
AdvertisementIt’s a blast from the past at the Manchester United camp what with the return of former players and staff, viz Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Mike Phelan as interim manger and head coach respectively. In addition, former manager Sir Alex Ferguson is also back at Old Trafford as a consultant, however, with the aim of restring glory to his former team.The legendary manager was instrumental in getting his former player, Solskjaer, and former assistant, Phelan, back to United following the sacking of Jose Mourinho last week. Club executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has fallen back on bringing in Ferguson as well, albeit not in a full time position, as he witnessed 3 managerial failures on his watch at Manchester United.While Fergie will sit back and pull the strings from behind the scenes as a consultant, he however made sure Ole and Mike were the right candidates to fill in the right holes at the dodgy United camp, and will hope to reconstruct the now falling apart English giants to their former glory. It would appear like the Scot’s choices in Solskjaer and Phelan were spot on as United and Solskjaer passed their first test at Cardiff last week, thumping them 5-1 at home. The result marked the first time since Ferguson’s departure from Old Trafford that a 5 goal tally had been reached by the team.In other news, former goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel prepares to take over as the new director of football at Manchester United, amidst complete planned overhaul at the club.Advertisement