TheBCPO conducted a total of 474 antidrug operations since 2018. Asidefrom shabu, the BCPO also seized 233 grams of dried marijuana leaves. The BacolodCity Police Office (BCPO) has so far collected over three kilos of shabu in twoyears. The Iloilo City Police Office (ICPO), on the other hand, seized onlyhalf a kilo in four years of drug operations. Lastyear, it recovered over two kilos of shabu in 296 police operations. FromJanuary to September this year, the BCPO seized over one kilo of shabu in 178operations. PRO-6director Police Brigadier General Rene Pamuspusan ordered the inventory todispel suspicions that seized illegal drugs may have been recycled. Accordingto Police Lieutenant Ace Baldevieso, forensic chemist of the PRO-6 CrimeLaboratory, more police offices would be inventoried. Meanwhile,since July 2016 the ICPO seized 520.24 grams of shabu and 81.890 grams ofmarijuana in 616 antidrug operations. “Wewere also able to identify drug group members,” said Police Colonel HenryBiñas, BCPO director. Thebiggest seizure of the ICPO was in 2017 – 192 grams of shabu. PhilippineDrug Enforcement Authority (PDEA) director General Aaron Aquino recentlyclaimed unscrupulous police personnel were recycling illegal drugs. ILOILOCity – More shabu had been confiscated in Bacolod City than here, an inventoryconducted by the Police Regional Office 6’s (PRO-6) crime laboratory showed. Theinventory was conducted on Sept. 23. “Severalsources have confirmed that unscrupulous anti-narcotics agents use the seizedillegal drugs to either sell them or use them as planted evidence in bogusoperations,” said Aquino./PN
According to Biñas, after receivingthe news about the recent incident, he immediately contacted officials from theCebu Police Provincial Office due to similarities between the two robberies. “Following the admission, preparations for the filing of appropriate charges began as they will seek an arrest warrant in order for the suspect to be brought to Bacolod City to face trial,”added the BCPO chief. Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO)director Colonel Henry Biñas confirmed this yesterday, saying that some of thearrested suspects in the Mandaue robbery admitted their participation in theBacolod heist where P4.5 million worth of jewelry was stolen. Photo Courtesy of Paul Lauro Via CNN.PH He later received a phone call from Mandaue City Police Office personnel, who informed him that one of the suspects claimed to have been involved in the Gaisano City Mall robbery, which was led by Ozamiz City crime group leader Marlon ‘Ailon’ Parojinog. However, it remains unclear if Parojinog was also among the suspects in the recent robbery but Cebu Provincial Police Office speculate the suspects carted away more than P136 million in cash, jewelry, and mobile phones. The group then targeted jewelry displays inside the mall by smashing them with the said hammers, while another suspect allegedly drew a firearm and fired several shots. ILOILO City – The robbers who stormedfour jewelry shops and a money changer inside a mall in Mandaue City, Cebu overthe weekend was the same group that robbed two jewelry shops in this city lastAugust. Last August, Parojinog and seven other suspects entered Gaisano City Mall and purchased several hammers and hard objects. The suspects were identified as Roel Sumingit, Julivyn Quirante, Arnel Cimafranca, Kevin Andales and Wilfredo Enguito from Tangub City, Misamis Occidental; James Gomez from Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental; Jun Candelaria from Naga City, Bicol; Philip Faburada from Tondo, Manila; and Glen Tairos, the suspected leader of the group, from Talisay City, Cebu./PN Biñas refused to name the suspect pending the filing of criminal cases but said he notified former BCPO deputy director, Police Lieutenant Colonel Leonardo Borromeo, as he was the one handling the case in Bacolod City. Meanwhile, 15 men simultaneously conducted a robbery at the J Centre Mall in Mandaue City, whose method was smashing glass displays and escaping by riding several vehicles. The suspects managed to cart away around P4.5 million worth of jewelry.
I know I have harped on this before, but the other day a defensive lineman for an NFL team made a simple tackle. He jumped up, pounded his chest, flexed his muscles, danced like a rooster, and then went back to the defensive line. For the position he was in and the fact that he was a starter means if he didn’t make this tackle he would have probably been taken out of the game. In other words, it was a basic play. Pro football is entertainment, and the goal is to sell tickets. However, when a fully tattooed adult with hair flowing out of his helmet acts like a 3-year old on a temper tantrum, I don’t find it entertaining. I find it revolting. At least the NCAA has taken this out of the college game. They have a rule that any attempt to taunt or show up an opponent results in a 15-yard penalty. I have nothing against enjoying a good play, and people should be glad when they make such a play. However, the pros are grown men and I guess I am simply an old fuddy duddy.
Area Cross Country Sectional ResultsSaturday (10-11)Sectionals @ South Dearborn.Batesville places 1st. East Central finished 2nd followed by Greensburg, Jac-Cen-Del, and Oldenburg Academy.The above teams qualify for The Regionals.Girls CC South Dearborn Sectional (10-11)Sectionals @ Connersville.The host Spartans place 1st followed by Union County, Centerville, Hagerstown, and New Castle.The above teams qualify for The Regionals.Girls CC Connersville Sectional (10-11)Courtesy of the IHSAA.
Donna Kay Richards, 44, of Lima, Ohio, formerly of Aurora, IN, passed away Monday, March 30, 2020 in Lima, Ohio.She was born September 1, 1975 in Dearborn County, IN, daughter of the Louis H. “Buschel” Richards and the late Mary (Jones) Richards.Donna loved to help people. She was very caring and would do anything to help others. She took care of her mom and her aunt. She enjoyed watching movies and Little House On The Prairie, and listening to Ballads. Donna had a great sense of humor and enjoyed joking around with others. She will be missed by her many friends and family.Donna is survived by her father, Louis H. “Buschel” Richards of Lawrenceburg, IN; brother, Earl Richards of Lawrenceburg, IN; sisters, Mary Albert Richard of Madison, IN, and Kim Putz of Covington, KY.She was preceded in death by Mother, Mary (Jones) Richards, brothers, Charlie & Christopher Richards, aunt Martha Moody.Services will be held at the convenience of the family.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana. Contributions may be made to defray Funeral Expenses. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Due to the current situation dealing with COVID-19, we are following the directives from Governor Holcomb and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concerning large events and mass gatherings. The family deeply appreciates the support and love shown from friends, but the health and well being of everyone in our community is of top priority.Alternative ways to express your condolences can be done by going online at our website and leaving the family a message, sending a card, flowers, or making a donation in memory of their loved one.Our prayers go out to all of the health care community and those affected by COVID-19.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Columbus, IN — On Saturday evening, Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched in reference to a five-year-old juvenile found unresponsive in a swimming pool.Upon arrival at the scene, a deputy observed the juvenile’s father performing CPR and assisted with life-saving efforts until medics arrived. The juvenile was transported to Riley Children’s Hospital by Lifeline.In the initial investigation, it appears that the juvenile exited the residence unnoticed and was believed to be in the pool for approximately five minutes.The juvenile was in serious, but stable condition at the time of transport to Riley Children’s Hospital. Condition is unknown at the time.
The world number two, chasing prime form ahead of the coming week’s Masters, shot a one-under-par 71 in San Antonio as American Horschel retained his two-shot overnight lead. McIlroy was six under for the tournament going into the final round and in a tie for fourth place. McIlroy said on the PGA Tour website: “For the most part it was just about trying to play smart … and give yourself as many chances as you can. It was tough. I probably should have been a couple better but it’s still a solid round and I still have a chance heading into tomorrow.” Rory McIlroy believes he can still have a shot at the Valero Texas Open title after ending the third round four shots behind leader Billy Horschel. Press Association He added: “I felt yesterday was really good. Today was not quite as good but the wind made it tough to score. I feel like there’s a low one in me for sure.” A late entry for the tournament, McIlroy shot a magnificent 67 on Friday and started his third round in a similar vein with two birdies in his first three holes. The round looked to be going against his plans after bogey fives at the fourth, 10th and 11th, before birdies at the 12th and 14th moved him back into contention. Horschel opened with back-to-back 68s and a 70 in his third round, featuring five birdies and three bogeys, put him on 10 under, two clear of compatriots Charley Hoffman and Jim Furyk. Hoffman also went round in 70 with five birdies and three bogeys, while Furyk birdied the last, his fifth of the round too, to shoot a 69. McIlroy was in a group of three on six under with Ryan Palmer, who had the best round of the day, a 68, and Bob Estes, who shot a 69. Palmer had four birdies in a flawless round, while Estes looked set to match him only for a bogey at the second last to peg him back. Three-time major winner Padraig Harrington, whose last tournament win came on the Asian Tour in October 2010, was with Scotland’s Martin Laird in a group of five on five under. Jeff Overton, KJ Choi and Daniel Summerhays completed the quintet. Harrington and Laird both shot 70s on Saturday. Laird had an eagle at the par-four fifth but also had three birdies and three bogeys. David Lynn was the highest-placed Englishman in the field on three under overall after a third-round 71.
They have been away for a while but return on the back of a respectable World Cup showing, boasting a formidable well of talent and top-level knowhow that should ease them to a last-four place at least.A friendly win over Egypt, albeit with Mohamed Salah staying at home, in March bodes well. The likes of Kelechi Iheanacho (dropped from the squad), Ahmed Musa and Alex Iwobi may have had varying fortunes in the Premier League but all should be able to influence an AFCON campaign; Henry Onyekuru has had a fine season at Galatasaray while Wilfred Ndidi is an outstanding all-round midfielder these days.The Super Eagles look strong and solid, with a hefty punch at the sharp end.–Follow all the Super Eagles games with #JoyAFCON. There’s live radio commentary on Joy 99.7FM, post-match programs on Joy FM, JoyNews TV (available via MultiTV Digibox and on DStv channel 421), Joy Prime (on DStv 281), analysis shows, and fanzones. Follow complete social media coverage on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with @JoySportsGH.
One of the wrecks during the race. (Getty Images)Racing in the Truck Series for the first time since 2010, and for only the second time in her career, Ruch posted her best finish in a national series event. Her eighth-place result was the second-highest by a female driver in NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series history, with the record belonging to Jennifer Jo Cobb (sixth at Daytona in 2011). Ben Rhodes was leading on Lap 99, before a 10-car crash knocked him out of the race. That wreck forced overtime, and on the first attempt, Self and Bobby Gerhart crashed on the backstretch to necessitate the second attempt. Moffitt, the reigning series champion, was a victim of the Lap 54 melee and retired in 26th place in his first event with GMS Racing. Before the race was three laps old, second-place qualifier David Gilliland brought his No. 17 Toyota to pit road with a cut tire. On the same circuit, Gilliland’s DGR-Crosley teammate, Natalie Decker, followed onto pit road, with a cut tire and a broken oil line. Decker’s car burst into flames, with the fire shooting from the left wheel well, and her crew pulled her from the car, ending her first start in the Truck Series. “The tire went down, and it caught on fire when I brought it to pit road,” Decker said. “I really wanted to have a good finish, but it is what it is.” Under caution for Decker’s issue, Bryan Dauzat pitted after having hit the Turn 1 wall in an earlier incident under green. Unable to bring his No. 28 Chevrolet to a stop, Dauzat hit jackman Billy Rock and knocked him to the pavement. (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/e8/42/daytona-truck-wreck-021619-getty-ftrjpg_q8pa752x310816dk7ucedu08n.jpg?t=-184359624&w=500&quality=80 In a race at Daytona International Speedway that saw a record 11 cautions, a record 55 caution laps and just nine of 32 trucks running at the finish, Austin Hill took the checkered flag on the 11th lap of NASCAR overtime to win for the first time in the series — in the Hattori Racing Enterprises Toyota that carried Brett Moffitt to the championship last year. “That whole last lap, my heart was pounding,” Hill said of the run to the finish on Lap 111. “I thought there were going to get to the outside and we were going to have a drag race. But I was able to protect it. “I can’t believe my first win came at Daytona. It’s surreal. I can’t wait to party with these guys.” RULE CHANGES: New aero package, postrace inspection penalties explainedGrant Enfinger ran second, 0.278 seconds behind Hill, after surviving a 12-car pileup in Turn 4 on Lap 54. Enfinger rallied from two laps down and tried to manufacture a run on Hill through the final two corners, but Hill blocked him effectively off Turn 4 and cruised to the finish line. “I didn’t have anybody lined up behind me coming out of Turn 4,” Enfinger said.Ross Chastain ran third in his first run for Niece Motorsports. Spencer Boyd was fourth, followed by Matt Crafton, Josh Reaume, Timothy Peters, Angela Ruch and Austin Wayne Self, who’s battered No. 22 Chevrolet was the last car running at the finish. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — You could call Friday night’s NextEra Energy Resources 250 a battle of attrition, but that wouldn’t do justice to the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series season opener. It was more like a long, full-blown war. Rock was alert and awake, according to NASCAR officials, but was transported to a local hospital for further evaluation. Fox Sports later reported that Rock suffered a broken shoulder and was released from the hospital. The early incidents, however, were merely a precursor for the wild action that followed.Reid Spencer writes for the NASCAR Wire Service.
Reigning Golden Boot winner Josef Martinez of Atlanta United will align with other power strikers like the LA Galaxy’s Zlatan Imbrahimovic and San Jose’s Chris Wondolowski, who became the all-time MLS goalscorer this season.MORE: Watch the MLS All-Star Game live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)World Cup winner Bastian Schweinsteiger of the Chicago Fire will bolster the All-Star’s defense along with Portland’s star defensive mid Diego Chara and LAFC’s Walker Zimmerman holding the line ahead of ATL’s Brad Guzan.The biggest stars in MLS were voted in to face Diego Simeone’s Atleti, which boast a few stars of its own. Kieran Trippier joins the club from from Tottenham Hotspur and is its first English player in 95 years. He’ll feature alongside Spanish national team forward Diego Costa, Spanish midfelder and Atletico captain Koke and 19-year-old star goalscorer Joao Felix. Orlando is the host to one of the year’s biggest MLS events when its team of All-Stars take on Europe’s Atletico Madrid Wednesday night at 8 p.m. ET.In 2018, the MLS All-Stars lost on penalties to Juventus. In fact, the league’s offering of stars hasn’t won the showcase since a 2-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in 2015. Here’s everything you need to know about the 2019 MLS All-Star Game featuring Atletico Madrid, including the match start time, TV channel and rosters for both sides.When is the 2019 MLS All-Star Game?Date: Wednesday, July 31Start time: 8 p.m. ETTV channel: FS1, UníMasLive stream: Fox Sports Go, fuboTV (7-day free trial)The 2019 MLS All-Star Game is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 31. Orlando’s Exploria Stadium is the host site, home to Orlando City SC.TV channel, live stream for the MLS All-Star GameThe 2019 MLS All-Star Game will be broadcast live on FS1 and UníMas in the United States and on TSN 1/4/5 in Canada. The match can also streamed live on Fox Sports Go, as well as fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial period for new sign-ups.2019 MLS All-Star Game rosterPlayerClubPositionZlatan IbrahimovicLA GalaxyForwardJosef MartinezAtlanta UnitedForwardWayne RooneyD.C. UnitedForwardCarlos VelaLAFCForwardChris WondolowskiSan Jose EarthquakesForwardEzequiel BarcoAtlanta UnitedMidfielderDiego CharaPortland TimbersMidfielderJonathan Dos SantosLA GalaxyMidfielderMark-Anthony KayeLAFCMidfielderNicolás LodeiroSeattle SoundersMidfielderPity MartínezAtlanta UnitedMidfielderMaxi MoralezNYCFCMidfielderNaniOrlando City SCMidfielderPaxton PomykalFC DallasMidfielderAlejandro PozueloToronto FCMidfielderDiego RossiLAFCMidfielderLeandro Gonzalez PirezAtlanta UnitedDefenderMatt HedgesFC DallasDefenderKemar LawrenceNY Red BullsDefenderRomain MetanireMinnesota UnitedDefenderBastian SchweinsteigerChicago FireDefenderWalker ZimmermanLAFCDefenderGraham ZusiSporting KCDefenderAndre BlakePhiladelphia UnionGoalkeeperBrad GuzanAtlanta UnitedGoalkeeperNick RimandoReal Salt LakeGoalkeeperAtletico Madrid rosterPlayerPositionAntonio AdánGoalkeeperAlex dos SantosGoalkeeperJan OblakGoalkeeperMario HermosoDefenderCarlos IsaacDefenderRenan LodiDefenderFelipe MonteiroDefenderJavier MonteroDefenderManu SánchezDefenderStefan SavicDefenderKieran TrippierDefenderHéctor HerreraMidfielderKokeMidfielderThomas LemarMidfielderMarcos LlorenteMidfielderToni MoyaMidfielderSaúl ÑíguezMidfielderJuan Manuel SanabriaMidfielderRodrigo RiquelmeMidfielderVitoloMidfielderSergio CamelloForwardÁngel CorreraForwardDiego CostaForwardJoão FélixForwardÁlvaro MorataForwardIvan ŠaponjićForward