Related Items:escape artist, Genmessome Presandieu, police, resisting arrest, Rolyn Cassema, two counts of assaulting a police officer, unlawful entry Update: Women robbed while exercising (21 year old Arrested) Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Police get wanted man; Magistrate Court back open Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force’s mission to combat abusive images of children online Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 08 Jul 2015 – Serious charges for a 20 year old resident, originally from Haiti who appears to be some sort of an escape artist. Police report that Genmessome Presandieu also known as Rolyn Cassema was charged for a battery of concerning offenses including: unlawful entry, two counts of assaulting a police officer, resisting arrest and more vexing having a gun while allegedly resisting arrest and having ammunition for that gun, the charge added is also endangering lives.No bail was granted for the ‘Houdini’ who appeared in court yesterday. There were some smaller arrests including a 57 year old, Five Cays man, who has to answer charges for allegedly stealing three bottles of Johnnie Walker whisky from IGA; a 29 year old Venetian Road resident who was charged for damage to property and using a weapon to cause fear and a 28 year old of Five Cays man, for fighting. Recommended for you
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Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, April 13, 2017 – Nassau – The Ministry of Education yesterday announced that three national examinations have been rescheduled due to their clash with the May 10 date for the 2017 general elections. The Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE) subject papers for Graphical Communication and Music will now be held on June 7, and the Grade Level Assessment Test (GLAT) has been rescheduled to May 15 to May 19.A notice was sent out yesterday to principals and examination supervisors at government and private schools yesterday, and apologised for any inconvenience caused by the date change. The Graphical Communication Paper 2 will start at 9am, and the Music paper is slated for 1pm on Wednesday, June 7. The GLAT exam will begin on May 15, and testing will end on May 18 for Grade 3 students, and on May 19 for Grade 6 students.Yesterday, Education director Lionel Sands noted that schools across the country are making good progress on recovering time lost during school closures in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew last October. Mr Sands said: “We’ve done quite a bit to catch up on days lost as a consequence of extra time teachers have been putting in. We’ve not fully caught up but we are catching up, so by the end of the school year we would have caught up. He continued: “I certainly wish to express my deep gratitude to the teachers who have been so good at helping us recovering days we lost as a consequence of the storm, giving up time during lunch break, after school, some even on weekends.”Story by: Sheri-kae McLeod#MagneticMediaNews#examsrescheduled#BahamasGeneralElections Long lines for Registration, Department ready for influx Constitutional requirement on General Elections explained Bahamas House of Assembly reconvenes, Election Date to be announced Related Items:#BahamasGeneralElections, #examsrescheduled, #magneticmedianews Recommended for you
Arsenal’s forward Alex Iwobi has revealed that Sporting was lacking in composure in their Thursday night match, adding that the club deserves credit for being very compact and difficult to break.“We have to give credit to Sporting because they were very compact and they made it difficult for us, but maybe that composure was lacking a bit today,” Iwobi said via official club’s website.Discussing about the red card after Aubameyang found himself through on goal, he continued:Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“It’s a bit sad, especially when you’re seeing Pierre running and he’s so fast that we knew he was going to get there, but I guess it was a smart challenge from Mathieu, but it was unfortunate for us and we were unable to get the goal.”While also talking about Wolves at the weekend and aiming to finish top of the group, Iwobi concluded:“We will go again and start analysing Wolves and that’s not going to be an easy game because they’ve been doing well this season, so onto the next one.”
Arsenal’s head of recruitment Sven Mislintat holds Ousmane Dembele in a high regard, amid the uncertainty surrounding his Barcelona futureThe 21-year-old forward has struggled to make an impact at Camp Nou following his €105m transfer from Borussia Dortmund in 2017.And now Dembele’s troubles at Barcelona have been brought into the spotlight amid reports of an uneasy relationship with manager Ernesto Valverde.Due to this, Dembele has been linked with a January move to Arsenal with Barcelona legend Rivaldo suggesting that the Frenchman is trying to force an exit.Now Mislintat, who helped recruit Dembele to Dortmund while he worked at the German club, has done little to deny these reports.“I saw him, he had not even played for Stade Rennes in the first team,” Mislintat told Zeit.“I bet he did not know which foot he used in certain situations because he just did not think about it.Quiz: How much do you know about David Villa? Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to test your knowledge about Spanish legendary forward David Villa.“I felt this is a really special player.”Mislintat, who joined Arsenal last year and helped wager a move for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in January, holds no hard feelings towards Dembele for his behaviour in the summer of 2017.Upon learning of Barcelona’s interest in him, Dembele refused to attend training sessions at Dortmund in an attempt to force a move to Catalonia.“Ousmane did not come to training – right,” added Mislintat.“But this ability to develop strategies to exploit every gap was worth gold on the field.“Ousmane decided to play games for us and was significantly responsible for the 2017 cup victory.“Many of these top players who make the difference come from different environments, where they became hungry for promotion and success. They have a special intrinsic motivation.”
Paris Saint-Germain manager Thomas Tuchel has revealed he’s keen to buy players when the transfer window reopens in January.The former Borussia Dortmund boss is keen to see his midfield options strengthened after playing makeshift players in that position, as the French champions struggle with lack of options in the middle of the park.“That is very simple — I would like a second Marco or a second Marquinhos,” Tuchel said, according to ESPN.“However, first of all, we need to find this person. We want guys with good mentality, and that is hard to find.”Asked about goalkeeper Alphonse Areola’s decision to extend his contract with the French champions until 2023, Tuchel praised the France international.Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“Alphonse is very important for us,” he said. “He has always said: ‘This is my club — I want to stay.’ It is really important to have guys like that — it is a strong signal.”Areola, who revealed Tuchel had played a major role in convincing him to commit his long-term future to Le Parisians, said he had not discussed Adrien Rabiot’s situation with his teammate.The French midfielder has been linked with a move away from Paris with Barcelona and Liverpool rumored to be interested in his services.“I have not really spoken with Adrien about it,” he said. “It is between him and the club, so it is not my business.”
March 26, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) — San Diego City Councilman Scott Sherman says the “SDSU West” initiative, sponsored by “Friends of San Diego State for Mission Valley,” may be illegal.Sherman said the initiative may have violated the education code. If so, the council’s vote to send it to voters may also have been illegal.Related Link: What’s in a name? Why SDSU West’s title may violate education codesWhy has this come up now? Sherman said it came up in a conversation with a friend who dealt with similar issues at UCSD. His job was to reign in people illegally using the UCSD name.The title of the initiative reads “SDSU West Campus Research Center, Stadium and River Park initiative.”Sherman said using the SDSU initials is a violation of the education code.” … which says nobody without permission shall use San Diego State, San Diego State University, SDSU for any political fundraising,” Sherman said.Kim Kilkenney is with the Friends of San Diego State, which sponsored the initiative. He had just come from an event where he and Sherman separately addressed the Lincoln Club.“The material that he passed out has San Diego State’s logo and San Diego State’s name on political material. Are we suggesting this is illegal? No, because it’s a silly issue,” Kilkenney said.Sherman also said the initiative sponsors are using the name to raise funds, and that may be a campaign violation. He sent a letter to the city attorney asking for a legal opinion.He said the city, those who circulated the petition, and those who donated funds may be subject to fines under government codes.Related Link: Former city attorney talks about SDSU West initiative“It says anybody who is guilty of this is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable up to a $1,000 fine, so does that mean everybody who signed is guilty of a misdemeanor anybody who has donated?” Sherman asked.“Our attorneys have looked at his letter and have concluded that it’s a non-issue. … Our attorneys are comfortable with the title and the name of our steering committee,” Kilkenney said. “It’s a distraction. He’d rather attack our campaign on silly issues than talk about the merits, and the merits are how best to use that site.”Sherman goes on to say using the SDSU initiatives is misleading to voters because it implies it’s a San Diego State initiative, not a citizens initiative.Kilkenney said this is of no concern to voters.“What they’re concerned about is how the city of San Diego disposes of one of its most valuable assets,” he said.Then why not simply remove the SDSU name from the title?“Our initiative is filed. It’s a done deal, so that’s not an option,” Kilkenney said. Is the SDSU West initiative illegal? Steve Bosh, Posted: March 26, 2018 Steve Bosh Updated: 7:02 PM Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Health, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom How to have a successful holiday season without all of the stress Posted: December 16, 2018 December 16, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The holiday season is a happy time, but it can also be stressful.Dr. Melanie Burkholder joined us Sunday morning to talk about ways to have a successful holiday without the stress. KUSI Newsroom,
Posted: July 27, 2019 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, SAN DIEGO KUSI) – A young man is in critical condition this evening after being stabbed in the stomach in City Heights.The man was stabbed shorty after 3 p.m. off Wightman St. in the Cherokee point neighborhood.The victim’s name has not yet been released, and police are still looking for the two suspects of the stabbing.The victim is currently in surgery with life-threatening injuries. Stabbing in North Park leaves man in critical condition July 27, 2019 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
What: Fundraising efforts include a concert by Grammy-winning guitarist Doug Smith and his wife, Judy, who plays the flute.When: Sept. 30.Where: Fries Auditorium at the Washington State School for the Blind, 2214 E. 13th St.Cost: Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at Beacock’s Music, online at www.ehfh.org and at the Habitat office, 521 E. 33rd St.Information: Donations for the project also are being solicited at the website and the office.Women, dozens of them, will change the life of the Bastidas family with their hands and their tools.They are building them a house.It’s another Evergreen Habitat for Humanity build, and all the work will be done by women.Sunday marked the blessing of the land and groundbreaking at 1027 W. 39th St. in Vancouver’s Lincoln neighborhood.“We’re very excited,” said Desere Bastidas. She said the family of four has been renting a small apartment in Fisher’s Landing.“We pay about $900 a month in rent. It’s ridiculous,” she said.When told the average Habitat house payment is $450 a month, Desere exclaimed, “I just got a raise.”Habitat builds houses for working families and offers no-interest loans. Families are required to provide sweat equity. Desere works at a WinCo store and her husband, Miguel, works for a collection agency. Their children are Arianna, 4, and Aleeysa, nearly 2.“This is holy ground we are standing on,” the Rev. Julie Reinholz said at the groundbreaking. Different projectUsually, a large company donates the bulk of money for the builds. This project is different.Evergreen Habitat board President Susan Riley said all the money will come from donations. She said Kaiser-Permanente has donated $8,500 and philanthropist Ed Lynch gave $5,000, but two-thirds of the costs still must be covered.“We have to go out and get this money, and we need help,” Riley said.The 1,170-square-foot house will have a Cape Cod design and will sit on a lot donated by the city of Vancouver.When they call it a “Women Build” project, they mean it. Many volunteers took classes at Lowe’s, which supports “Women Build” projects.The architects are Sharon Manley of Manley Architects and Susan Mangin, who has her own firm. The interior designer is Andrea J. Little. The structural engineer is Anne Anderson. The volunteer crew leader is Michann Bond.There have been 1,400 “Women Build” Habitat houses constructed across America. Evergreen hopes to have one “Women Build” project each year.The Bastidas family will have a mentor couple, Brenda and Jim Tiefenthaler, who live a few blocks away. Brenda served on the Evergreen board for six years and she and Jim have been involved with Habitat for a decade. The couple will offer help and advice throughout the project.
YUMA, Ariz. (AP) — Seven Marines were killed late Wednesday in a collision of two helicopters near Yuma, Ariz., during night training exercises, the Marine Corps said Thursday.Lt. Maureen Dooley with Miramar Air Base in California said the service members with the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing were based at Camp Pendleton north of San Diego. The crash involved an AH-1W “Cobra” and UH-1 “Huey” helicopter, she said.The aircraft collided in a remote portion of the Yuma Training Range Complex.“We’re still gathering a lot of details as the sun comes up,” Dooley said.It will be at least 24 hours before the Marine Corps releases the names of those killed, she said.Capt. Staci Reidinger, director of public affairs at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma said earlier Thursday that the crash happened west of the Chocolate Mountains in California, though the exact location hasn’t been confirmed.“It’s not in a populated area,” she said.
The Port of Camas-Washougal has received a $50,000 grant to complete an environmental review as part of its plan to develop the 120-acre Steigerwald Commerce Center.The grant is part of a larger, $1.6 million pool of funds issued by the Washington State Community Economic Revitalization Board to projects in Clark, Skagit and Pierce counties.The $50,000 grant issued to the Port of Camas-Washougal is matched by $20,000 provided by the port. The state grant is expected to help speed the permitting process for the Steigerwald Commerce Center.The property is the largest industrially zoned, undeveloped parcel in Clark County.The port has said it could break ground and begin installing infrastructure on a portion of Steigerwald in August.
OLYMPIA — Democratic businessman Denny Heck says he is guardedly hopeful the political gridlock he campaigned against can be unlocked.Heck, who grew up in Vancouver, lost to Jaime Herrera Beutler in 2010 in a 3rd District race. On Nov. 6, he won a resounding victory in his campaign for Congress in Washington’s newly created 10th District, capturing more than 58 percent of the vote against Republican Dick Muri of Steilacoom.“I think every Congress is mostly colored in its personality by its incoming class,” Heck said in an interview after his election. “Two years ago, it was the Tea Party. (This time) I think it’s going to be a bunch of people of both political parties — like me — who have talked about moving the economy and sitting down and breaking gridlock.“There is a pent-up hunger in America for problem-solving. There really is.”Whatever happens, Heck is wasting no time getting ready to take the job in January. On Friday, he named his campaign manager, Hart Edmonson, as his chief of staff. Jami Burgess, a Tacoma native and a graduate of Stadium High School, will serve as his No. 2. Both have worked for retiring U.S. Rep. Norm Dicks, and Burgess has a background in military issues.Heck, whose election means Washington state will have six Democrats and four Republicans in the U.S. House, flies to Washington, D.C., this week for his first week of orientation and likely meetings with members of the Northwest delegation. He already has met with veteran U.S. Rep. Adam Smith, D-Bellevue, who has talked about the need for higher taxes, and Rep.-elect Suzan DelBene, the Democrat who last week won the 1st District seat vacated by newly elected Gov. Jay Inslee.Heck’s trip coincides with Congress returning to work Tuesday to deal with looming tax increases and spending cuts dubbed “the fiscal cliff.”But Heck will be able only to watch from the distance.“It’s the members of the lame-duck (Congress) that are going to take the issue up,” Heck said. “It would be unconscionable to fail to act and thereby plunge us into another recession.”
The deadlock between union dockworkers and United Grain Corp. found another boiling point Thursday as both parties clashed over the use of Port of Vancouver property, a morning incident that halted all work at the port for an hour and stirred a fresh round of accusations.The argument, involving an unknown number of people near United Grain’s export terminal, centered on who had the right to use a bollard — located on port-owned property — to tie down and release vessels calling on the port.Port officials intervened in the matter, asking the company and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union to calm down and to work on a solution that will suit everybody involved, said Theresa Wagner, communications manager for the port. The parties agreed. “We’re just working through it right now,” Wagner said.No one was cited or arrested, and no other problems cropped up, according to port and Vancouver police officials. However, a lock on a gate involved in the incident was cut. “We know that a lock was cut,” Wagner said. “We aren’t in a place right now to say who did it.”The Thursday morning skirmish underscored the ongoing tension surrounding United Grain’s Feb. 27 decision to lock out 44 union dockworkers. The decision, which the company made after alleging a union official sabotaged equipment and saying it fired the person, followed a months-long disagreement between the two parties over the terms of a new labor contract.
YAKIMA — Marijuana could be grown outdoors in the sunshine — no grow lights or greenhouses required — under draft rules for Washington state’s new marijuana industry approved Wednesday.The rules, approved by the Washington State Liquor Control Board during a meeting in Olympia, establish regulations for pot producers, processors and retailers and set the stage for legal recreational marijuana use to begin early next year.The decision to allow outdoor grows also increases the potential for pot as a crop in Washington’s sunny side east of the Cascade Range, where irrigated fields of apples, hops and wine grapes dot the landscape, though most agriculture groups are discouraging longtime farmers from growing it.The Liquor Control Board released preliminary draft rules in late May after board staff members spent long hours visiting marijuana grow houses and studying the science of pot.Four public hearings on Wednesday’s proposed rules, which included several key changes, will be held across the state Aug. 6-8. They will be in the Seattle area, Olympia, Ellensburg and Spokane, with exact dates and times to be determined.
Less than half (46%) of respondents believe employers have a duty of care to the health of their staff, down from 95% in 2009, according to research by leadership development firm Morgan Redwood.Of the 250 respondents to its Wellbeing and business performance report 83% believe that business performance and employee wellbeing are connected.The study also found:More than half (57%) of respondents think that business performance and staff wellbeing are ‘quite connected’, while 26% say the two are ‘very closely connected’.Just 7% believe that there is no connection between employee wellbeing and business performance.Respondents rank helping staff to achieve a better work-life balance in tenth place on the list of human resourcing (HR) priorities, with 6% citing it as a key aspect of their HR strategy.Employee wellbeing ranks in twelfth place, with less than 6% naming it as a key priority.Respondents list attracting better talent to the organisation, lowering staff turnover and reducing staff costs as the top three priorities, respectively.Janice Haddon (pictured), managing director of Morgan Redwood, said: “The latest findings really do indicate a startling shift in employer opinion. A swing from 95% to 46% is a huge difference. What has caused such a sea change?“In 2014, the CIPD [Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development] reported that 40% of employers are seeing a rise in stress-related absence and reported mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression, so the fact that [organisations] are less inclined to see wellbeing as within their remit of responsibility is perplexing.“Perhaps employers are putting recruitment ahead of the need to tend to existing employee needs, which means they’ve taken their eye off the wellbeing ball. Businesses need to remember that looking after employees is just as important as striving for new business and growth.“Burnt out, poorly treated employees will end up becoming detrimental in the long run, so employers need to ensure they allocate sufficient resource to cater to the full spectrum of employee needs.”
Intent marketing organisation Iotec has appointed Claire Beney human resources director.In the newly created role, Beney will deliver people initiatives and strategies that encourage a positive and professional culture, fully utilising her 10 years of experience within the industry.Beney was formerly director of human resources at The Moment Content Company and HR business advisor at Deutsche Bank.
PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. (WSVN) — The wife of a former NFL star appeared in court, Friday, after being accused of domestic violence.Former New York Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor told police his 42-year-old wife, Lynette Taylor, attacked him during an argument at their Pembroke Pines home, Thursday.A judge ordered Lynette to stay more than 500 feet away from her husband and not communicate with him. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – Travel between the United States and Cuba will be seeing a historic change Wednesday.JetBlue will make the first commercial flight between the United States and Cuba since 1961.The flight will depart from Fort Lauderdale and land in the central Cuban city of Santa Clara.Washington D.C. and Havana agreed in February to restore commercial flights between the countries after diplomatic relations were restored last year.Fort Lauderdale and Miami are two of just six U.S. airports that will be carrying commercial flights to and from the island.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
PLANTATION, FLA. (WSVN) – A death investigation shutdown all lanes of southbound traffic on the Florida Turnpike, near Sunrise Boulevard.According to police, a pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle, Friday, just after noon, Friday. The collision took place underneath the overpass, and officials said the person was dead on arrival.Police have not confirmed the reason for the fatal incident.Traffic was diverted to exit before Sunrise Boulevard while the investigation continued.The highway has since reopened.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.