Lawrenceburg, In. — A jury in Dearborn County convicted Robert Judd Jr. of felony possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, possession of methamphetamine and unlawful possession of a syringe. The jry also found Judd to be a habitual offender during the four-day trial.Judd was initially arrested in May of 2018 when police found while investigating a report of suspicious activity near an abandoned home in Lawrenceburg. Judd was found with syringe and ¾ of a gram of methamphetamine packaged for sale.Following a forensic examination of his phone police determined he had been corresponding with several subjects about the sale of drugs.Dearborn-Ohio County prosecutor Lynn Deddens praised the work of the court, jury and investigators.Sentencing has been set for November 2018.
The former Sevilla defender has captained Madrid on their pre-season tour following the departure of long-standing skipper Iker Casillas and reports in Spain claim Ramos is close to agreeing a new deal with the 10-time European champions. Nicolas Otamendi has been viewed as a possible alternative for United should Ramos decide to stay at Real Madrid, but Press Association Sport understands manager Louis van Gaal has no interest in the Valencia centre-back. It is understood that Van Gaal would be happy to go into the new season without another centre-half if the Ramos move does not come off. Sources at United point out that the club had the fourth best defensive record in the Barclays Premier League last year, although De Gea’s excellent form was key to that record. It is understood that Van Gaal is happy with his options at centre-back and there is a feeling that the defence will be better protected this year given that the United boss intends on using two holding midfielders as part of a 4-2-3-1 formation. The United manager has been pleased with the performances of Phil Jones and Daley Blind on United’s pre-season tour. Van Gaal also has Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo, Paddy McNair and Tyler Blackett as well as Jonny Evans, who may stay at the club despite speculation he will leave. Van Gaal is also willing to use Michael Carrick at centre-back if needed and is more concerned about the lack of options he has in attack. “We need still more speed in front and also more creativity,” the Dutchman said. “Bayern Munich have (Franck) Ribery and (Arjen) Robben, Chelsea – they have (Eden) Hazard and Willian – speed and creativity. Real Madrid – have (Cristiano) Ronaldo and (Gareth) Bale. Manchester United fans want us to compete with these teams. Barcelona have Neymar and (Lionel) Messi. (Ashley) Young has made a fantastic season. (Juan) Mata the same, with assists and goals but to win the Champions League we need speed also. “That is why I think, maybe, we still have to buy a player with speed and creativity.” Press Association Manchester United are unlikely to bid for another centre-back if they fail in their pursuit of Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos. After claims Ramos wanted out of Real Madrid, United offered to swap David de Gea for the 29-year-old defender. However, it has become increasingly apparent in recent weeks that proposal will not be accepted, with Real Madrid manager Rafael Benitez recently stating he was “100 per cent” sure Ramos would stay.
Approval has now been given to fill the vacant posts in Letterkenny University Hospital’s Pathology Department.Deputy Charlie McConlaogue had been making representations to the HSE & Minister for Health since it was revealed that the Pathology service would have to outsource some testing to private laboratories due to inadequate staffing.Deputy McConalogue commented, “Health Service management have confirmed with me that approval has now been given to fill the vacancies in the Pathology Department immediately. “As a panel for recruitment for these vacancies is in place, it is envisaged that the department will be back to normal capacity within the next four weeks.“The referral of tests to private laboratories will be phased out as vacant posts are filled.“This is welcome news but it is entirely regrettable that the situation arose in the first place and that public funds have been spent on private testing which could have been carried out in a fully staffed Pathology Department.”The Inishowen TD said this entire situation is a shocking indictment of this Government & HSE mismanagement of our health services. He added “Situations that can be avoided are not. All too often we see reaction to a crisis rather than proactively seeking to address the various issues in our frontline health services.“I will closely monitor the situation with regard to the recruitment of staff to the Pathology Department and do all I can to fight for additional resources for our local health services & hospital.”Approval granted for filling of Pathology Department vacancies was last modified: June 13th, 2019 by StephenShare 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:donegalluhpathologyVacancies
As a South African, I get the strangest questions from Americans. Their impression of Africa ranges from the lions-snakes-loincloths version, all the way to the guns-Aids-ghettos version. Often they are wildly off the mark, although, since we hosted the World Cup soccer tournament, they do know that we have stadiums, TV and vuvuzelas. What they don’t know is that we have it all! Wild animals and guns, Aids and ghettos are here, but we also have highways, high schools, high-tech, high-life and high hopes. We’re on Twitter and Facebook and all the other social networks. Charlize Theron is one of us. So is Elon Musk, the PayPal founder and Dave Matthews of the band. We invented super-glue, open-heart surgery and short-range tactical nuclear weapons and we were also the first to ever give up the latter voluntarily.Slowly, we’re getting it right Our country is hauntingly beautiful – beaches, mountains, deserts, forests, cities, jungles. It’s the size of California and Texas combined and 50-million of us live here, of all colours, speaking 11 different languages. Since Nelson Mandela led us out of our painful past, we’re all working hard to get along and make our country a success. And slowly, we’re getting it right. Most of us even have rhythm now. Take Beyonce, Denzel, Obama and Oprah. Throw in LeBron and Tiger. Sprinkle with Bill Gates, Al Sharpton, Pat Buchanan, Spike Lee and Paris Hilton. Make most of them poor, but some rich. Given them each a different language. Now tell them to sort out the US, quickly and peacefully. Get the idea? Ask anyone who visited us for the World Cup. We live in a crazy, mixed-up, fun loving, rich-and-poor, up-and-down place, and we are immensely proud of it. The point I’m trying to make is that South Africa is fast becoming just a normal, crazy mixed-up country. So we – that’s my two partners, Kenneth Nkosi and Rapulana Seiphemo and me – want to tell stories that are fun, real, and normal.Road trip with goat So White Wedding came about from a road trip the three of us took across the country about seven years ago – two black dudes and white girl and all the bizarre, funny, typically South African things that we encountered. It was on that long drive that we made up the story about Kenneth (Elvis, the groom) and Rapulana (Tumi, the best man) trying to get from Johannesburg to Cape Town to Elvis’s wedding. Things go wrong – but not in the way you might expect. George (the goat), played by Bella (the goat) isn’t a guest at the wedding – he’s the lunch – a gift from Grandma. Befriended by Rose (the heartbroken British hitch-hiker), George sits in the back seat of the car with Elvis, while Tumi and Rose flirt in the front. Tony, the ex-boyfriend of Ayanda (the bride), pays for her wedding dress. Elvis hasn’t made the transfer from the bank, because he’s lost in mountains, and there’s no phone signal. It’s not really George’s fault that they crash, but in the end, poor George ends up getting cooked and eaten. Or does he? We ended up with a funny, romantic, feel-good road-movie, reminiscent of Sideways and Little Miss Sunshine. We shot the film in 18 days, for a budget of less than U$1-million (R7-million). And South Africans loved it. When did you last see a film in which you laugh at different scenes to the person next to you – and you don’t understand the jokes you are missing? Or when, at the climax, people stand and dance to the soundtrack, shouting in excitement? We heard many stories of black and white strangers hugging each other as the credits rolled, or of employers and their housekeepers sitting side-by-side, shedding simultaneous tears when the story gets weepy.Poking a bit of fun at … everyone We sent Nelson Mandela a copy for his 91st birthday and he loved it. Mandela is a Xhosa, like Grandma and the beautiful Ayanda, but he wouldn’t mind the gentle fun that is poked at their laid-back, stubborn stereotype. The film gives everyone a bit of a rev. But you don’t need to be South African to appreciate it. At heart, it’s a universal story about love and prejudice. It’s warm, charming, and reminds us that our similarities are greater than our differences. President Obama, you should see it! So … I’m not black. I live in the suburbs, and the lions I hear at night are in the Joburg zoo. But I am South African, and I think Americans are going to like our movie. If you do see it, don’t be afraid to laugh aloud, whistle, dance, cry and applaud during the show. And tell your friends. That’s how we do it. This article was first published in South Africa Now, a six-page supplement to the Washington Post produced on behalf of Brand South Africa. Download South Africa Now (PDF, 2.12 MB). 18 October 2010 South African hit movie White Wedding is currently showing in the US to rave reviews. Jann Turner, who directed and jointly wrote and produced the film, writes about the place that inspired it – South Africa. Are there lions in the streets? Do you live in a mud hut? How come you ain’t … ?
Tags:#Google#news#NYT#web Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts Android 2.0 just got its first killer app: Google Maps Navigation. Google Maps Navigation for Android 2.0 will be available for free and will be part of the default Google Maps app on Android 2.0 phones. The service offers all the features that users expect from a modern GPS app, including traffic data, 3D view and turn-by-turn voice guidance. Because it’s connected to the Google cloud, the app can also display street view images, satellite imagery and real-time traffic data. Google also implemented a voice recognition feature.Disrupting the Mapping Industry One App at a TimeTwo weeks ago, Google severed some of its ties with Tele Atlas in the US and started to display its own mapping data instead. Today’s launch of the Maps Navigation app explains why Google decided to do this. Google can now display these maps without having to pay royalties to a third party and without having to negotiate a new contract with Tele Atlas. Top Features According to Google:The most recent map and business dataSearch in plain EnglishSearch by voiceTraffic viewSearch along routeSatellite viewStreet ViewBy making this a free product, Google is disrupting the mapping and GPS navigation market. Mapping companies like Tele Atlas or NAVTEQ make their money by licensing their data to GPS developers like TomTom or Navigon. Google, on the other hand, can give this product away for free.For now, the app will only be available on the Droid, but in a press conference earlier this morning, Google also said that these navigation capabilities would eventually come to other phones, including the iPhone. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… frederic lardinois 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Now You weren’t born to be ordinary. You were just infected by other people’s beliefs about what it’s okay to settle for.Your DNA is different. Your experiences are different. Your thoughts, wants, and desires are different. In many ways, we are all more alike than different, but the things that make you different are massive and magnificent. What makes you special is different than what makes someone else special, and what makes you special makes you extraordinary. But only if you believe and behave in accordance with this truth.Pure PotentialYou are pure potential. If you knew what you are really capable of, you would struggle to believe it. In fact, most of the reason you still have so much potential left to develop is that you don’t yet recognize that you have it. You don’t know what your superpowers are or why you were given your gifts (including the gifts that you don’t recognize as such when you receive them).Ordinary is something you are taught. You may have been infected with the idea that you are not to make waves, not to stand out, and not to draw attention to yourself. The people around you likely shared a set of common goals and beliefs like: go to school, get an education, get a good job, and work towards retirement. Even the people who love you will want to keep you safe, perhaps even telling you that using your gift is too dangerous, that you may get hurt.Pleased, Never SatisfiedYou weren’t put here to survive. You were put here to do something and to flourish. You’re here to reach your full potential and to make a difference.If you aren’t growing, then you are wasting your potential. It’s okay to be pleased with your results, but it isn’t okay to be satisfied. No matter how well you are doing, you have more potential in front of you than the potential you’ve developed in the past.If you stop striving to be more, do more, have more, and contribute more, then you are settling for something less than what you are truly capable of.
WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding MOST READ PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games PLAY LIST 03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics00:50Trending Articles01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games03:04Filipino athletes share their expectations for 2019 SEA Games02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games Almohaidib Abad and Cherry May Regalado were still in contention for golds in the men’s and women’s artistic divisions late Tuesday. Dumaan, 21, needed to run off his excess weight for the tanding Class A 45-50 kilogram division but still had enough strength to defeat Indonesia’s Firman, 4-1, in the Southeast Asian Games final held at Bukit Kiara here.READ: Lesser-known sport gives life to struggling PH SEA Games bidFEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutA newcomer in the SEA Games, the Roxas City-native was overweight by 4.4 pounds prior to the start of competition Sunday, according to pencak silat chief Princess Jacel Kiram.“He’s a very hardworking athlete with a lot of promise,” said Kiram of Dumaan, who won a bronze during the Asian Beach Games last year. SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief Sports science boosts pencak silat team LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games Read Next Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses Dumaan was discovered from the national games, according to Kiram.“But he worked his way up the national team after impressive sparring with national team members,” she added.Mastafa Fitri Masjuri of Malaysia and Muhammad Ridhwan Selamat of Singapore took the bronze medals in the division.It was the first pencak silat gold medal scored by the Philippines in the SEA Games since 2005.Before Dumaan hit paydirt, Princesslyn Enopia, Rickrod Ortega and Jefferson Rhey Loon copped the bronzes in the women’s tanking Class A, men’s tanding Class C and Class D, respectively.ADVERTISEMENT Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Dines Dumaan of the Philippines after winning the gold medal in the men’s tanding putra class A 45-50 kg division of the 29th Southeast Asian Games pencak silat competition Tuesday at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center in Kuala Lumpur. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/SEA GAMES POOLKUALA LUMPUR —Dines Dumaan went through the wringer to give the Philippines a coveted gold in pencak silat Tuesday.And while it wasn’t enough to avert yet another failed bid by the country in the biennial meet, the gold was worth a celebration.ADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
Barcelona coach Valverde: I don’t care about Koeman rumoursby Carlos Volcano2 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBarcelona coach Ernesto Valverde has dismissed rumours linking Ronald Koeman with his job.It’s emerged the Holland coach has a break clause in his contract should a club of the status of Barca express interest.The situation has immediately seen Koeman linked with a return to the Nou Camp.But Valverde says: “I do not know the situation of other coaches.”When we coach Barça, we still have a lot of rumors, but this does not mean anything to me.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say
Kent Driscoll APTN National NewsNunavut’s top RCMP officer says there is more to a fatal shooting in Hall Beach Nunavut than was shown on a Facebook live stream.Nunavut RCMP shot and killed Jeremy Nivviaq on May 1, the third fatal Nunavut Police shooting since December.In the half hour before the shooting, Nivviaq live streamed on Facebook, saying he hoped to kill himself by having the police shoot him.In the press release that followed the shooting, Nunavut RCMP quoted the video, writing that Nivviaq was “wanting to die by police.”They also wrote that a firearm was found on the scene, and that they would not be taking any further questions on the shooting, as it was under investigation.A close viewing of the video shows that Nivviaq carried what looked like a replica weapon with a bright yellow stock. He hid that toy weapon under a blanket to convince police it was real. The video ends before the RCMP arrived.But Jeffrey told reporters that there was another weapon found at the scene – the firearm mentioned in the press release – not just the one seen in the video.Nunavut RCMP Supt. Mike Jeffrey. Photo: Kent Driscoll/APTNThey would not release any further details about the alleged weapon.On May 4 police did speak to media, inviting reporters in two at a time.APTN National News asked why police did not mention the toy gun in their release.Jeffrey refused to comment saying there was an ongoing investigation. Jeffrey confirmed that he had seen parts of the Facebook video, but not in its entirety, and not with the freeze framing needed to spot the toy rifle under the blanket.Jeffery did explain why he felt it was necessary to release the statement about the victim wanting to die by police.“We put out some information about, that I, we, knew of. It was known to us at that time, through information we received from the original witnesses who made the call, that the individual had talked about trying to commit suicide by a police officer. So we did put out that information, to reassure the public that it was not an isolated case of an officer engaging an individual randomly, to put a little bit of context behind it,” said Jeffrey.“So we did put out that information, to reassure the public that it was not an isolated case of an officer engaging an individual randomly, to put a little bit of context behind it,” said Jeffrey.Police had released a press statement on May 2 where they quoted Nivviaq’s Livestream video, saying he wanted to die by police. However, that statement never referred to the toy gun.Instead it referred to a firearm. Police refused to comment further. This led to confusion among those Nunavummiut who had seen only the toy weapon in the video.This comes at a time when police oversight is over rising concern in Nunavut. Paul Ookalik has raised it in house . There is a meeting this month. In addition there have been three recent fatal police shootings in Nunavut.Jeffrey says he has no details on investigations into those shootings.“No, I can’t. In the three shootings, they’re all investigated by an independent external investigative body, which in this case is the Ottawa Police Service,” he said. “That’s a body that’s been identified by the Government of Nunavut as the external investigative body of Nunavut. When an incident like this happens, we step back completely.”To date, no one has been charged or disciplined in the three police shootings since December.“We are still awaiting the official results (from the Ottawa Police Service investigation),” said Jeffrey.He added officers involved in shootings are put on administrative duties while their mental health is assessed, and the officer is transferred out of the community.Jeffrey couldn’t confirm when the investigations into the three shootings will be completed.“At this time, I don’t have a timeline. It’s completely independent of the RCMP,” he said.The process of having all investigations into police misconduct in Nunavut handled by the Ottawa force has come under fire in recent months by Nunavut politicians.Former premier and justice minister and Iqaluit MLA Paul Okalik has been vocal, saying he wants the process changed.In an interview with APTN National News, Okalik said he wanted a new system studied.“I want to see a review of perhaps aboriginal policing in our smaller communities so that we can recruit our own, and serve smaller communities with local police forces, that can so a job that is currently the job of the RCMP,” said Okalik.Jeffrey’s RCMP division falls under Nunavut’s Justice Department, the contractor for the more than 140 RCMP employees in Nunavut.Jeffrey did confirm that the Government of Nunavut is looking at other outside police forces to conduct these investigations.With three shootings since December, Nunavut residents are wondering what accounts for the increase.Jeffrey said it is not a change in tactics from his officers.“I’ve been the commanding officer for about three years, and the number of gun complaints that we get, it happens once about every two days,” he said. “When you look at a situation like this, you have to look at the totality of the environment the police are in, in Nunavut,” said Jeffrey.That environment? Lots of firearms and lots of people in emotional distress.Nunavut RCMP receives about 20,000 calls a year.“We have one of the highest suicide rates in the country, about 9 times the national average,” said Jeffrey. “In about a third of those cases, firearms are used in the commission of the suicide. We have one of the highest emotional and mental distress calls in the country, so 7 percent of our calls are in relation to people with emotional stress.”Nunavut RCMP has less lethal options. Every detachment in Nunavut has Tasers available to the officers.A spokesperson for Independent Member of Parliament for Nunavut Hunter Tootoo said more resources are needed.“The shootings are very tragic and unfortunately serve as a reminder of something that I have long advocated for – the need for more Mental Health Resources in Nunavut,” Tootoo’s spokesperson wrote in the [email protected]