Caldwell PD2 Asbury, Joshua21Wichita, Ks815 N. Woodlawn Apt 148WPDDisorderly Conduct3/18/14 Gressel, Daniel Bryon24Wellington, KS13th & G st Wellington KSWPDStevens Co Ok warrant (Probation Violation)3/20/14 Smith, Priscilla20Wichita, Ks700 E. 140th AveSUSODWS3/18/14 Lane, Jared40Oklahoma City, OkKay County DetentionSUSOFTA3/21/14 Lincicome, Joseph33Winfield, KS400 N US 81 HwySUSODWS, Poss drug Para3/20/14 Zirkle, Wendy45Caldwell310 N Boyd StCAPDDV Battery/Criminal Threat3/19/14 Jones, Brandon27Wellington, KS800 N G St Wellington, KSWPDDis opiate narc,Poss Opiate opium narc,Interference LEO, Poss Para with intent3/20/14 Clementi, Shawn51Warr Acres, OKMM3 KS TurnppikeSUSOPossession of narcotics, Possession of paraphernalia, Theft, Driving while suspended3/20/14 Garcia, Valle, Abundio40MexicoSB I35 MP 26KHPNo DL3/22/14 Shamblin, Steven30Wellington, KS400 N B st Wellington KSWPDProbation Violation3/20/14 Hughes, Rayshon26Seattle, Wa610 E. HillsideSUSOServing Sentence3/21/14 Ginter, Teresa50Warr Acres, OKMM3 KS TurnppikeSUSOPoss Para3/20/14 Monday 0600Â toÂ Monday 0600Â Â WEEKLYÂ Â BOOKINGSÂ 3/17/2014 thru 3/24/2014 Belle Plaine Bail Bondsman Leverenz, Daryl23Arkansas City100 W. StewartSUSODUI3/24/14 McKenzie, Shelia37Wichita, KsMontgomery County JailSUSOIdentiy Theft, Derby FTA3/21/14 Gressel, Daniel24Wellington, KS13th & Gst Wellington KSWPDContempt of Court3/20/14 Brunner, Dustin26Lansing, Ks610 E. HillsideSUSOServing Sentence3/21/14 Oneal, Melissa45Wynwood, OK100 E. 9thWPDTheft3/22/14 Zeka, Frank33Wellington, KS2910 N. A stSUSODUI3/22/14 Hochevar, Michael30Wellington, KS300 E. 1stWPDCriminal Carry of a weapon3/24/14 NameAgeHome TownLocation of ArrestAgencyChargesDate of Arrest Keleher, Stephen66Chelsea, M2022 W. 16thWPDDUI3/23/14 Sedgwick Co22 Olivas, Cy22Clearwater215 N. MainSUSODV Battery3/23/14 Mulvane1 Nickum, Christopher36Oxford, KS519 S Illinois Oxford, KSOXPDDV Battery, Crim damage property3/21/14 KHP1 Bookings Sumner Co11 Miller, Glenda49Huntington Park1422 E. HarvyWPDDUI, DWS, City ordinance3/24/14 Hashenberger, James51Pratt, ksS I-35 MM #3 South Haven KSKHPDriving while suspended, Tranporting open container, Liability insurance3/21/14 Golden, Matthew28Wichita, Ks1006 Shady Lane RdWPDPoss of Controlled Subs. Para3/21/14 Johnson, Demeeka35Las Vegas777 Kansas Star Dr.MPDBattery3/23/14 Wellington PD10 Kraus, Loni33Delano, CA200 W. US160SUSODWS, No DL3/18/14 Sticka, Lavern38Pilsen, Ks7th and Main, CaldwellCAPDDUI, TOC, DWS3/17/14
Dear Editor,I have observed what seems to be a change of uniform of constables attached to the City Constabulary of Georgetown, from their traditional dark blue uniforms to light blue tops and dark bottoms. These persons moving around the markets and around the city with these new outfits look more like security guards than Policemen.I would like to know if the Georgetown City Constabulary has changed its uniform just like that, without properly sensitising the public. Police departments all over the world are very strongly traditional, and they want their officers to look like Police officers. In other words, what the public associates with “Police officer”.Most people can identify a Police officer by the official Police uniform. When citizens on a busy street are in need of help, they scan the crowds of pedestrians looking for the distinctive uniform of a Police officer. Drivers who come to an intersection occupied by a person in a Police uniform usually willingly submit to that person’s hand directions. Criminals usually curb their unlawful behaviours when they spot a uniformed Police officer in the area. Many parents teach their children to respect and trust a person in Police uniform. How can the Council just whimsically change the uniforms of their Constables like that?Everyone knows that their uniforms were made of cheap polyester, and were poorly tailored, resulting in their wearers being hot and uncomfortable, and that they faded and turned purple after being laundered a few times, but that does not give them the right to just arbitrarily change them? They just needed to purchase high quality and properly tailored apparel.The traditional dark blue crisp uniforms of the City Constabulary conveyed power and authority. Even the slightest alterations to the style of this uniform will change how citizens will perceive these constables. The City Constabulary uniform is a tradition as old as the Constabulary itself, patterned after the London Metropolitan Police, who developed the first standard Police apparel.These first Police officers, the famous “Bobbies” of London, were issued a dark blue, paramilitary-style uniform. The colour blue was chosen to distinguish the Police from the British military, who wore red and white uniforms at the time.Darker colours may have been preferred for their ease in cleaning and their ability to help conceal the wearer in tactical situations. Dark colours help cover up stains and keep the officer from being easily spotted by lawbreakers, especially at night.Is this change of uniform another hare-brained idea by City Hall officials?With thanks,Riley Matthews
GANGNEUNG, SOUTH KOREA – Sterling Middleton and the rest of Team Tardi are doing a fantastic job so far of representing Canada at the 2017 VoIP Defender World Junior Curling Championships in Gangneung, South Korea.Team Canada, comprised of Middleton, brothers Tyler and Jordan Tardi, and Nicholas Meister, defeated Team Sweden during the first draw of the Round Robin last night. After Sweden got a single in the first end, Team Tardi answered back with a double in the second.Though Sweden jumped out to a 4-2 lead after three ends, Tardi answered back with three of their own in the fourth to restore their two point lead. Sweden only managed another four points all game, while Canada outgunned the Swedes with a pair of two-points ends and an additional three points in the ninth to win in 10 ends.- Advertisement -The Fort St. John native and his teammates will be back in action this afternoon at 5:00 to take on the host Korea, before playing China on Friday morning at 3:00 Mountain Time.
“I am very disappointed with how we played today. We conceded two goals from long throws because of concentration lapses. This Gor side is one of the weakest they have ever fielded in this league and it is sad we lost,” the tactician offered.The tactician blamed his players for failing to sustain pressure and also offered that his frontline was not as creative as he would have wished.“We were under pressure and that’s when I expect my players to be cool, calm and collected but we were not. Our attack was blunt and we didn’t create much infront of goal,” Muyoti further stated.Kakamega Homeboyz striker Allan Wanga attempts to go past Gor Mahia’s Harun Shakava and Geoffrey Ochieng during their Kenyan Premier League match at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on March 14, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluLooking into the transfer window, the tactician who recently joined Homeboyz from Nzoia Sugar says the club is looking out for three new players; a keeper, defensive midfielder and a left footed winger.Homeboyz hope to quickly shrug off the disappointment of losing out to Gor when they take on Mathare United at the Bukhungu Stadium on Sunday.While Homeboyz are looking to get their feet back in for a top half race, fourth placed Mathare will be aiming their efforts at getting back to the top of the standings.Mathare are on 31 points, two behind leaders Sofapaka and victory in Kakamega will hoist them to the top with 34 points.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Kakamega Homeboyz head coach Nicholas Muyoti (left) listens to a member of his technical bench during a past Kenyan Premier League match. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 15 – Kakamega Homeboyz head coach Nicholas Muyoti was left fuming at his players after they let go of a single goal lead to lost 2-1 to a Gor Mahia side he described as the weakest they have ever fielded.Two goals in two minutes saw an under strength Gor side which had only four players on the substitute’s bench come from behind to win and move second in the standings.
A Letterkenny mother-of-two has denied she told her 10-year-old child to steal a product from the EuroGiant store at the Courtyard Shopping Centre.Letterkenny Court.Melissa Byrne of 18 Whitehorn Grove, Gortlee, said she gave her child €20 to go in the store and buy a heater. However, the court heard that the child went in the shop, retrieved the heater and then left it beside the door.Melissa Byrne then lifted the product and proceeded to walk away from shop.She claims she thought her child had paid for the heater with the money she had given him.The court heard how all of the activity was recorded on CCTV and that Ms Byrne was stopped from leaving The Courtyard Shopping Centre with the item by security staff.She was subsequently arrested for handling stolen property.Solicitor for the defendant Patsy Gallagher said his client was deeply remorseful for what happened and deeply ashamed at what has happened because her children were involved.Mr Gallagher claimed his client thought her child had paid for the heater with the €20 she was given.Mr Gallagher told the court, “We accept what happened was wrong, my client has found herself in some very difficult and traumatic circumstances of late and is looking after the children on her own.“She deeply regrets what has happened and is both remorseful for it and ashamed that her children were implicated in this nasty incident.“She gave her child €20 and she thought he had paid for it, but obviously he didn’t and that’s were the issue arose.“She wants to put this sorry episode behind her and move on.”Judge Paul Kelly said he wanted to find out more about her background and ordered a probation report to be carried out on the defendant.He adjourned the case until May 7th.WOMAN DENIES GETTING HER TEN YEAR-OLD CHILD TO STEAL was last modified: March 5th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ChildcourtCourtyard Shopping CentredonegalEuroGiantletterkennysteal
Independent midwife Philomena Canning, who is seriously ill with terminal cancer, has settled her case with the HSE. Making the announcement on her Facebook page, Canning said it was ‘a day of vindication for her.’Last week the Glenvar women called on the Health Service Executive to settle the case against her and award her the compensation she needs to afford an immunotherapy drug to fight cancer. The 59-year-old has ovarian cancer and just weeks left to live.She has a case outstanding with the HSE over the withdrawal of her indemnity insurance to practise as a midwife in 2014.Ms Canning worked as an independent midwife for over three decades and attended over 500 home births in Ireland.In a statement, Canning said: “I am pleased to say that my case against the HSE has been settled to my satisfaction. “This is a day of vindication for me – the first day in almost four-and-a-half years where I have woken without a shadow over me: the shadow of having been wronged.“It is a relief to wake in the knowledge that I do not have to fight any more: for my livelihood, my good name, my vocation. I have the peace of mind I longed for.”Canning explained her relief that the fight had come to close, but described her sadness that her long-held ambition may never be realised.“But there is sadness too. I know that my long-held ambition of bringing birth centres to the women of Ireland may never be realised. But I also know that as the shadow over me lifts, new light is emerging. Fresh energy is rising up. Other dedicated, passionate and skilled midwives will take up the mantle and make it happen. Please know that I will never be far from you in spirit.“For myself, I know that in time, the full facts behind my unlawful suspension by the HSE on 12 September 2014 will emerge. When this happens, it will be for the better of the health and safety of women in home birth in Ireland. Then, I will be able to rest fully easy. “I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has given me such love and support over the past week since I went public on my situation. It was not something I would have wished to do, yet I realised that it was my only hope for reaching a settlement with the HSE. Your strength and fight on my behalf has kept me strong when I was at my weakest.“I would like to thank my family – my incredible siblings who have been here for me every step of the way – Mairead, Mary, Noel, James, Anne Collette, Malachy and Oonagh – my beautiful nieces and nephews, my in-laws and wider family.“I would like to thank my dear friend Olive Fitzpatrick and all my other friends who have held me when I needed holding and encouraged me when I needed courage – you know who you are, and I’ll be forever grateful to you.“I would like to offer special thanks to the woman who has been an angel at my side over the past four-and-a-half years – Ciara Considine. I don’t know what I can say to reflect what you’ve meant to me, Ciara. It has been a privilege to have you in my life and I can honestly say that I would not be here without you. I can not ever thank you enough for the gift of your friendship, your trust, your courage and your ability to always know how to act in my best interests. I love you deeply. “I would like to thank my legal team who have worked hard on my case over the past years – Patrick Cunningham, solicitor, Eanna Molloy SC and Tim Dixon, JC.“I would like to thank journalist Michael Clifford for his integrity, intelligence and ability to see into the heart of the matter, and also Moya Nolan, photographer and videographer with the Irish Examiner whose kindness, talent and time are deeply appreciated.“I would like to thank deeply my oncologist Dr David Fennelly and all the incredible nurses, the medical staff and all the other staff at St Vincent’s Private, who have looked after me with unending dedication, care and expertise.“Finally, I want to say to every pregnant woman out there, and every woman who wishes to be: you have within you the great gift of creation.“Therein lies enormous power and potential. Aeons of time and tides have pushed against your centre of power – sometimes gently, sometimes not.“Only woman can have dominion over birth, yet she is made battle continuously to guard her territory, or to gain access to it.“Every woman has the right to be supported by her healthcare providers in the birth of her choosing – just as she has the best interests of her baby at heart.“Your inner compass will show you the way. Look to it. Listen to your intuition. Sit in the centre of your courage: fear may be part of the journey but courage will overcome it every time.“And please listen to my words. You were born to do this. You were born to do this.”HSE settle case with terminally-ill Donegal midwife Philomena Canning was last modified: March 4th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:HSEPhilomena Canning
Hayes & Yeading United have re-signed defender Yassin Moutaouakil on the eve of their Southern League campaign.The French full-back first joined United in August 2011, when they were in the Conference Premier.He had been without a club for more than a year, following his release by Charlton Athletic, and went on to make 28 appearances for Hayes & Yeading.In January 2013, he left for Portsmouth and played 32 times for them in League One and Two.Now 30, Moutaouakil – who has also played for Motherwell – could play for United in their opening game at Frome Town on Saturday.See also:Defender leaves United to join PompeyStones sign former Watford wingerUnited youngster having trial with BladesWhere you can support Non-League Day this weekendFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
October is Transport Month in South Africa. The James Hall Museum of Transport in Johannesburg preserves and collects the country’s transport heritage. Here, from schoolchildren to motor enthusiasts, from tourists to ordinary citizens, everyone will find something to catch their eye.The James Hall Museum of Transport houses South Africa’s opulent past in land transport. It contains vehicles from the 1600s to the present day. (Image: Priya Pitamber)Priya PitamberThe further you walk into the James Hall Museum of Transport, the stronger the scent of petrol. This is because some of the motor vehicles still work and have petrol in their tanks.The collections, says assistant museum curator Mandla Nkomo, start from the 1600s. “At the Transport Museum, we collect, preserve, and exhibit land transport and related items.” One of the newest additions to the museum is a dual electric car, made in South Africa in 2010.Think every mode of land transport from carts to carriages, cycles to cars. Among the exhibitions are the old trams which operated in Johannesburg’s city centre, trains, buses, a mobile library, and fire engines.Found in Rosettenville in the south of Johannesburg, the museum was established by James Hall, a city councillor in the 1960s. “He was an avid conservationist of items around heritage, including natural resources,” says Nkomo. “He approached the city and together, came to an understanding to open the museum.” That happened in 1964.The soft-spoken Mandla Nkomo is the assistant museum curator at the James Hall Museum of Transport. (Image: Priya Pitamber)Reasons to visitNkomo says the museum holds a lot of South Africa’s transport related heritage. “So people should come and see their heritage.“People should visit to see how people lived and how they travelled.”And of course, there is a lot to learn. “For example,” says Nkomo, “The first car came to South Africa in 1896.”It was a Benz Velo and it was also exhibited in Pretoria for the then president, Paul Kruger. “The car was privately owned. At the time, everyone was riding wagons and horses.” Today, Benz Velo is known as Mercedes Benz.Transport is integralNkomo says transport is important because it underlies every area of development in South Africa, and it helps to move resources around.“Imagine the 1800s when gold was discovered in Johannesburg,” he says. “Those guys got here from overseas – they used steam ships, they got on an ox wagon and it took months to get from the Cape or KwaZulu-Natal to Johannesburg“Imagine, that immigration wouldn’t have happened if it wasn’t for transport.”He commended the improvements to the public transport system in the city, with the additions of the Gautrain and the Rea Vaya, Johannesburg’s Bus Rapid Transit system.But he notices challenges still exist. “There is a decentralised plan of the cities. People don’t live where they work and have to travel long distances. More resources should be pumped into the system.”Future plansMany of the vehicles in the museum are running, he adds. “There is pleasure in seeing the cars working.”He envisions the museum becoming more interactive through these operational vehicles. Visitors may eventually be able to accompany museum staff when they safely drive the vehicles in a demarcated area, off the city’s streets.“We want it to be a living museum so people can experience their heritage.”What you need to knowThe museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 9am to 5pm. Entrance is free, but donations are welcome. Booking is needed for school tours, clubs, and so on. See the website for more.The museum is also one of the stops on the Johannesburg Sightseeing Red Tour Bus.“The Transport Museum always appreciates help from anyone who has knowledge about cars,” says Nkomo. “You can come over and volunteer and help out.”See images from the museum below: (Images: Priya Pitamber)
At least 15 pilgrims were injured in a stampede at Muzaffarpur in North Bihar early on Monday morning.All the injured have been admitted to the local government hospital for medical attention. No report of any casualty has come so far.Officials said that a large number of pilgrims had congregated in the town to offer prayer at the local Shiva temple Baba Garibnath. In the month of Shravan Shiva devotees come from far off places to offer prayer at the temple.As the crowd swelled, pilgrims broke the barricade and a stampede took place in which at least 15 were injured, said officials.The number of injured could also go up, officials added.Every year district administration makes elaborate arrangements for pilgrims in the town by deploying large number of security personnel.
Google Maps. The Sept. 10 meeting between Tennessee and Virginia Tech at Bristol Motor Speedway is hoping to be the highest-attended college football game in history. Organizers for the event believe the record of 115,109 (Notre Dame at Michigan in 2013) can be broken. There’s certainly enough room at the 150,000-seat track for that to happen. Photos of the field outline are now visible on Google Maps, and it’s pretty clear that there is a ton of space for even more seating. Check these out: Google Maps. Google Maps.It was announced on Wednesday that Tennessee and Virginia Tech will kick off at 8 p.m. E.T. on Sept. 10. The game will be televised on ABC.