‘Phone thieves’ nabbed

first_imgResidents Gerald Dela Torre and RodolfoGanzon were accused of stealing a cellular phone. The suspects were detained in the lockupcell of Police Station 2. Charges will be filed against them./PN BACOLOD City – Police arrested two theftsuspects on 15th Lacson Street in Barangay 7 here. center_img Prior to their arrest, a 13-year-oldminor complained to the police that her phone was stolen.last_img

Silay road crash injures 7 persons

first_imgAll of them were rushed to the TeresitaLopez Jalandoni Provincial Hospital in Silay City for medical treatment./PN It was not immediately established whatcircumstance led to the accident. They were Ancel Garote, driver of thecar; Dennis Bedayo, driver of the tricycle; Maria Teresa Solidarios, Bedayo’spassenger along with two other minors; and the driver of a motorcycle and hisback rider, a police report showed. According to police investigators, themotorcycle hit the car Garote was driving around 1:45 p.m. on March 13. Themotorcycle then swerved and collided with the tricycle of Bedayo. BACOLOD City – Seven persons wereinjured in a road accident in Barangay Lantad, Silay City, Negros Occidental.last_img read more

New squad leader named in Versailles

first_imgVersailles, In. — Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter announced that Trooper Zachariah Ruble, a Jackson County resident, is being promoted to sergeant to serve as a District Squad Leader with the Indiana State Police, Versailles District.Sgt. Ruble is a 1999 graduate of Southwestern High School, Hanover, Indiana.  After high school he joined the United States Marines where he served over five years, achieving the rank of Sergeant in 2002.  During his time in the Marines, he was awarded the Marine Corps Combat Aircrew Wings and First Strike/Flight Air Medal for his actions in Afghanistan in 2004.Sgt. Ruble attended the 65th Indiana State Police Academy and graduated in April 2006.  After graduation, he was assigned to the Seymour District of the Indiana State Police until its closing in 2010.  He was then transferred to the Versailles District.  He also served three years as a watch officer in the Indiana Fusion Center.As a trooper, Sgt. Ruble has been a member of the Tactical Intervention Platoon, Honor Guard, and a field training officer.  He is certified as a Control Tactics, Taser, and Firearms Instructor.  He has been a core instructor at the Indiana State Police Academy for five years and recently served as a counselor for the 78th ISP Recruit Academy.Sgt. Ruble is very active in his community.  He has coached football for the Seymour Youth Football League and the Seymour Middle School Football Team.  He has also coached baseball at Seymour Middle School and Trinity Lutheran High School.Sgt. Ruble was promoted after completing the rigorous Indiana State Police promotional process which included performance evaluations, written testing, oral interview, and review by the Indiana State Police Superintendent.Sgt. Ruble’s new responsibilities include supervising and evaluating a squad of troopers who patrol the Versailles District.Versailles District Commander Lt. Paul Adams recently stated, “Sgt. Ruble is deserving of his new position as a supervisor with the Indiana State Police.  His experience in the Marines and Indiana State Police Career has prepared him to lead troopers at the Versailles District. He truly represents the values of the Indiana State Police and I believe his experience and knowledge will be an asset in his new role.”last_img read more

Mourinho: Young Blues will frustrate me

first_img The Portuguese hopes, after responding from successive defeats to Everton and Basle by beating Fulham and Swindon, drawing at Tottenham and winning at Steaua Bucharest, the Blues can win again at Norwich on Sunday. “It would be good,” said Mourinho, ahead of the final Barclays Premier League encounter before the international break. Jose Mourinho acknowledges his Chelsea side are far from the finished article and will suffer setbacks while they make advances. “We have a lot to improve, we have a lot to work. We will have moments of ups and downs, because teams of this profile, with young people, with some people that are not mature, the normal tendency is that performances are not always very stable. “We will have our ups and downs for sure. I’m ready for that.” Chelsea are still to win away from home in the Premier League this season. Their two victories away from Stamford Bridge were at Swindon in the Capital One Cup and in Romania last Tuesday night. The Champions League Group E game was all the more important after the loss to Basle and Mourinho was pleased with his side’s response. Following a run of a three successive away matches, Mourinho would like success in the fourth to enter the international break on a high, with the momentum continuing in the right direction. “Away, away, away, away is never easy, but we managed to get a good result under pressure in Bucharest, because we were really under pressure,” Mourinho said. “If we didn’t win that match we would’ve been in big trouble. We managed to win that game and that gave us a bit of confidence. “If we can win now, 15 days without football it will be a period to reflect, to analyse and to prepare for what is coming.” Chelsea play at home to Cardiff and Manchester City, either side of a Champions League match at Schalke, following the international break. Mourinho spoke highly of Norwich counterpart Chris Hughton, the investment made in recruiting the likes of Ricky van Wolfswinkel from Sporting Lisbon and insisted Chelsea would not underestimate the Canaries. Mourinho added: “They made a great investment this season. They had money to spend, they spent it. “They brought in good players, players with future, not just the next couple of years. The squad is very good. “The manager in my opinion is good too. I like the way he coaches. “I like the way he organises his teams, always a good mentality, always well organised. “We know it’s one more difficult match for us.” Juan Mata, who has impressed Mourinho with the new-found work ethic demanded by the manager, is confident of success at Carrow Road. The playmaker said on chelseafc.com: “We need our first away league win as soon as possible. “If we want to fight for the title you need to win your home games but also pick points up away as well. “Obviously when you play away it’s difficult, especially against teams like Norwich who are very good at home, but we’re good enough to do it. “We won 1-0 on Boxing Day there last season, I scored and I think we played really well, particularly in the first half. Now we are full of confidence and we believe we can go there and win again.” Press Associationlast_img read more

See how Lionel Messi destroyed Leganes players from centre line to win penalty for Barcelona [VIDEO]

first_imgFootball fans are pretty used to Lionel Messi’s brilliance on the field by now.But every now and then, the Argentine does something that makes you watch in awe.Fans were given another taste of the “Messi Magic” on Tuesday night in Barcelona’s 2-0 win over Leganes in La Liga.Youngster Ansu Fati had put the Catalans ahead just before the end of the first half.In the 67th minute, Messi picked up the ball in the centre circle and went on a run that would probably be mind-blowing had we not seen him do it hundreds of times before.His dummy helped him beat his first marker before he slipped the ball through the legs of the second.He then showed that he wasn’t all skill, displaying some strength as well, as he proceeded to hold both of them off.Messi darted past a couple more players before exchanging passes inside the box.He then went down under a challenge, prompting the referee to blow his whistle for a penalty, which the Barcelona star converted.Messi is now one goal away from 700 career goals but it’s quite amazing how many are moments of brilliance like this one.Take a look at the video below: The man is a freak. We’re all lucky to have been alive at the same time as him 🐐— Tom Stanwix (@tomstan9) June 17, 2020 The greatest— Robert (@Robert8oneill) June 17, 2020 Unreal play— Stu Reed (@SuperReedy1871) June 17, 2020center_img A second, closer look at Messi’s run2012 Messi is back. pic.twitter.com/aeoKsErpkR— Charlie (@ftblcharIie) June 17, 2020Reaction to the move has been massive with many people overwhelmed by the player’s skill.Here Messi come on all lives matter— scott mac (@scottmac10) June 17, 2020 Those people have families to go home to FFS 🤣— Bridgey (@Bridgey1982) June 17, 2020last_img read more