first_imgSPONSORED BY DEFENSE ATTORNEY IVAN ARNAEZ.DON’T GO TO COURT ALONE. CALL IVAN ARNAEZ @ 812-424-6671.Below is a list of felony cases that were filed by the Vanderburgh County Prosecutor’s Office on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015.Jacob Thomas Broshears Battery against a public safety official, Level 6 felony Criminal trespass, Class A misdemeanorPublic intoxication, Class B misdemeanorLarry Eugene Norman III Battery by means of a deadly weapon, Level 5 felony Intimidation, Level 5 felonyMichael Landon Lynch Domestic battery, Level 6 felonySamantha Dawn Pointer Unlawful possession of a syringe, Level 6 felony Possession of paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanorRomell Lonnel Frieson Possession of an altered handgun, Level 5 felony Theft of a firearm, Level 6 felonyCarrying a handgun without a license, Class A misdemeanorDustin Joseph Anglin Dealing in a Schedule I controlled substance, Level 2 felonyJacob Daniel Briggs Dealing in a Schedule I controlled substance, Level 2 felonyMatthew Steven Meredith Invasion of privacy, Level 6 felonyAttempted residential entry, Level 6 felonyMonica Lynn Embry Theft, Level 6 felonyTerry Joseph Kellems Theft, Level 6 felonyWayne Givens Below Theft, Level 6 felonyTimothy Edward Huffman Jr. Dealing in methamphetamine, Level 2 felonyUnlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon, Level 4 felonyUnlawful possession of a syringe, Level 6 felonyResisting law enforcement, Class A misdemeanorPossession of marijuana, Class B misdemeanorPossession of paraphernalia, Class C misdemeanorLonnie Lee Chism Operating a vehicle as a habitual traffic violator, Level 6 felonyTimothy Noel Richards Operating a vehicle while intoxicated, Level 6 felonyFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Negros Occidental farmers get land titles

first_imgThe Department of Agrarian Reform installed and gave land titles to farmer-beneficiaries in Barangay Nanca. DAR NEGROS OCCIDENTAL BACOLOD City – Sixty-four farmers wereinstalled and 25 others were given land titles in separate landholdingsceremonies by the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) in the northern part ofNegros Occidental this month. The said recipients can now work inthe 10 hectares of land previously owned by the Precious Agricultural Corp.,and formerly managed by the group of Abelardo Bantug III. Last Jan. 10, farmer-beneficiariesreceived titles for 16 hectares landholdings in Barangay Sicaba that wereformerly owned by Arsenio Jison during the awarding rites held at the DAR-CadizCity Municipal Office. The two properties of five hectareseach are both located in Barangay Nanca.Tessie Pedrosa, municipal agrarian reform program officer of E.B. Magalona toldthe farmer-beneficiaries to make the lands be purposeful and productive.     The ARBs are now the owners of 26.27hectares of landholding comprising 57 titles and sub-lots.     Eighteen La Castellana town farmersreceived titles for the 8.76-hectare property Felix Feria Jr. used to own inBarangay Cabagna-an last Jan. 16, while 41 beneficiaries received CLOAs in aproperty in Hacienda Jimenez, Barangay Mansalanao on Jan. 7. center_img “Always pay your land amortizations ontime,” he added. This month, there were a total of 66farmers in two separate rites that were installed and awarded land titles byDAR-Negros Occidental in towns of Binalgbag and and La Castellana.      Ramon Abiera, municipal agrarianreform program officer of Cadiz City, said that the beneficiaries of the landsshould be thankful and also to the services provided to them by the government. On Monday, DAR-Negros Occidentalreported the installation of the agrarian beneficiaries (ARBs) in E.B. Magalonatown on Jan. 24.  Meanwhile, 11.1 hectares oflandholding in Hacienda Tilangkoy Gamay, Barangay Payao in Binalbagan wereoccupied by seven farmers on Jan. 15. The said property was previously owned byConsuelo Lopez and Jose Nadie Arceo.(Witha report from PNA/PN)last_img read more

Campus Sport: UG launches inter-hall rugby 7s competition

first_imgThe 2017 University of Ghana (UG) Inter-Hall Rugby 7s Competition has been officially launched at a press conference organized by the University of Ghana Sports Directorate (UGSD) in collaboration with Titans Sporting Club on Friday March 3, 2017 at the premises of the Sports Directorate.Dignitaries PresentDignitaries who graced the occasion included Alhaji Tahiru Yusif Amuda (Head Coach, UGSD), Mr. Michael Justice Apea (Rugby Coordinator, UGSD), Mr. Marshall Nortey (Vice Chairman, Titans SC), some Hall Sports Secretaries, UG athletes and various print, online, audio and visual media houses.Welcome Address and PurposeCommencing the program, Alhaji Tahiru Yusif Amuda (Head Coach, UGSD), sitting for the Director of Sports, spoke briefly about the launch of the UG Rugby 7’s Competitions as well as the collaboration between the Sports Directorate and Titans Sporting Club.“…. we are here to officially launch the UG Inter-Hall Rugby Competition and to formally inform the public about the commencement of the tournament on March 17-18 at the University of Ghana Rugby Field and Athletics Oval respectively” After the purpose of gathering, Mr. Michael Justice Apea (Rugby Coordinator, UGSD) gave a brief history on the development of rugby from 2000 till date. He also spoke about the good works of Titans sporting Club in assisting the competition but was quick to ask for more assistance from stakeholders and philanthropists.“….. the Sports Directorate is committed to developing and promoting Rugby to the highest level so we invite stakeholders and philanthropists to come on board to help develop rugby on campus” – Mr. Michael Justice Apea (Rugby Coordinator, UGSD)With much enthusiasm, the Vice Chairman of Titans SC, Mr. Marshall Nortey lauded the Sports Directorate for the work done so far with rugby. He then informed the Sports Directorate of the trophy and medals presented by Titans and Alive and Kicking for the competition.BallotingWith all said and done, the program zoomed into the balloting stage. Last year’s winner, Legon Hall and 1st runner up Jubilee-International Students’ hostel were seeded into group B and A respectively. See groups and fixtures below. Group A: International Students’ hostelAfrican UnionMensah SarbahCommonwealth HallGroup B: Legon HallJean Nelson Aka HallHilla Limann HallAkuafo HallClosing RemarksThe Head Coach Alhaji Tahiru Yusif Amuda expressed gratitude to all present for making time of their busy schedule to attend the august occasion. He further thanked Titan SC and Alive and Kicking for the support and insisted this continues till the end of time.The 2017 UG Inter-Hall Rugby 7s Competition will have a total of eight (8) teams put in two groups with the first and second of each group progressing to play in the Top four of the competition. The competition kicks-off March 17, 2017 and ends on March 18, 2017.last_img read more

Video: What tricks are in store for a Halloween Game 6?

first_imgThe Dodgers and Astros are coming off one of the craziest World Series games ever played. What will they do for an encore on Halloween night?Jonathan Khamis recaps a wild Game 5 and previews Game 6, where the Dodgers face Houston ace Justin Verlander.Video by Jonathan Khamis, for the Southern California News Group. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img