The Pontianak Police in West Kalimantan are investigating a traffic police officer for allegedly raping a 15-year-old girl after pulling her over.Pontianak Police chief Sr. Comr. Komarudin said the police had detained the officer after receiving a report of the incident on Tuesday.“We’re still investigating the case. We will conduct more interrogations,” Komarudin said on Friday, as quoted by kompas.com. The victim’s friend reported the incident to her parents, who reported it to the police.Komarudin said investigators had requested a physical examination of the victim and were awaiting the results.He said the police would continue their investigation, adding that if the officer was found guilty of the offense, he would have tarnished the National Police’s image.According to the 2014 Child Protection Law, anyone who abuses or persuades a child under the age of 18 to perform sexual acts can be sentenced to a maximum of 15 years in prison. (mfp)Topics : He added that the officer was detained because he was suspected of having commited a criminal act and disciplinary infractions.Read also: Rape survivor shares story on social media after police investigation stallsAccording to statements gathered by investigators, the traffic officer in question pulled a 15-year-old girl and her friends over for a traffic violation while they were riding a motorcycle through the intersection of Jl. Tanjung Pura and Jl. Imam Bonjol in Pontianak.The report alleges that the officer took the girl to a hotel.
For illustration purposes only (Image courtesy of Tokyo Electric)Liquefied natural gas (LNG) use by Japan’s power companies declined by 11.2 percent in August as compared to the same month a year ago, the preliminary data from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry shows.The power companies consumed 4.60 million mt of LNG in August as compared to 5.19 million mt in the same month last year.When compared to the month before, LNG usage by the power companies dropped 6.5 percent.LNG purchases by the power companies in July were at 5.35 million mt – showing a slight rise of 0.1 percent on year and an increase of 18.3 percent as compared to the previous month, the data shows. LNG World News Staff
Ashtead Technology and Forum Energy Technologies have completed their joint venture, with effect from January 03, 2018.As part of the transaction, Forum Energy Technologies contributed its subsea rentals business, which traded as Forum Subsea Rentals.The business, which will trade as Ashtead Technology, will service all major subsea hubs from its bases in Aberdeen, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, London and Houston.Allan Pirie, CEO of the combined business, trading as Ashtead Technology, said: “With a fleet of 19,000 assets valued in excess of $139 million, and the ability to service all major subsea hubs, we become a business of significant scale and enhanced capability that is well placed to support our customers’ project requirements.“We are ready and looking forward to helping address our customers’ challenges head-on.”
Sterling, 20, has been the subject of two failed bids from Manchester City this summer, believed to have been worth up to £30million and £40million. The player, who has two years remaining on his contract at Anfield, rejected an offer of a new £100,000-per-week deal earlier this year. It is understood that Sterling spoke to manager Brendan Rodgers this week and informed him that he did not want to travel on the pre-season tour. Rodgers and his squad are due to fly out on Sunday ahead of their first friendly against a Thai All Stars side in Bangkok next Tuesday. Since reports of Sterling’s tour request emerged, a mobile phone number purportedly of the player’s has been posted online with disgruntled fans encouraged to use it to send abusive messages. The club have not commented on whether the number is genuine. The Sterling saga is becoming increasingly acrimonious with the player seemingly intent on forcing through a move. City have maintained a silence on the issue but it is claimed they could be preparing another bid of around £50million. Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher believes the way the whole affair is playing out could be causing long-lasting damage to Sterling’s standing. “He’s starting to get a reputation that could be hard to rid himself of in the future,” Carragher wrote on www.kicca.com. “Are Man City fans looking at the situation and thinking this could be us in a few years? “I think this situation will only make Liverpool more determined to get the fee they feel Raheem is worth rather than caving in to Raheem’s and Man City’s wishes.” Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling did not report for training on Wednesday citing illness, Press Association Sport understands. Press Association The development comes following reports that the unsettled England international requested not to participate in the club’s pre-season tour of the Far East and Australia. Liverpool began pre-season training this week but it is believed Sterling telephoned on Wednesday morning to say that he was unwell. The club have not commented on the situation.
USC had been embarrassed at home by Stanford before, but not like this.Not in November. Not on Homecoming. And certainly not by 34 points.But behind the power of senior running back Toby Gerhart, the No. 25 Cardinal (7-3) did, thoroughly overpowering the No. 11 Trojans, 55-21, in a shocker before 90,071 spectators celebrating Homecoming at the Coliseum. Stanford’s 55 points were the most ever scored against USC.Heavy load · Running back Toby Gerhart plows through the USC defense for one of his three touchdowns in Stanford’s 55-21 victory. – Tim Tran | Daily Trojan“This feels really weird,” USC coach Pete Carroll said after the game.It looked like things would go the Trojans’ way when they forced a three-and-out on Stanford’s first drive and immediately drove inside the Cardinal 20-yard line.But freshman quarterback Matt Barkley fumbled a first-down snap under duress from the Stanford defensive line. From there, it was all Cardinal in the first quarter, as redshirt freshman quarterback Andrew Luck threw for one touchdown and Gerhart ran for another.“We started really fast,” Luck said. “We knew it would be a tough game, but starting fast really helped.”Gerhart consistently busted through the USC front seven, totaling 29 rushes for 178 yards and three touchdowns. He ran for nine first downs.“We’ve seen him run the ball like that week in and week out, so we’ve just gotta tackle him,” junior linebacker Malcolm Smith said. “But he just got out.”Opponents all season have mentioned Stanford’s physicality, especially when running the ball. The Cardinal overpowered Oregon a week ago with 254 yards on the ground. This time, they had 325.“That’s something that we have to do as a team: be physical and play physical,” Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh said in his postgame press conference. “And we do other stuff offensively that compliments the physical side.”Luck, Harbaugh’s 19-year-old signal-caller and admitted protégé, outplayed his freshman counterpart Barkley, completing 12-of-22 passes for 144 yards and two touchdowns to Barkley’s 21-of-31 for 196 yards and a touchdown. The biggest difference was Barkley’s three interceptions — all three of which resulted in Stanford touchdowns.Barkley said after the game that he probably shouldn’t have thrown at least one of them. The picks stymied USC’s running game, which was mostly effective.Junior running back Joe McKnight carried the ball 16 times for 142 yards and a touchdown, but the Trojans again failed to convert a total of eight third- and fourth-down opportunities.“One of the big things was to be able to stop the running game,” Harbaugh said. “We didn’t stop it, USC popped some runs, but for the most part it wasn’t 10, 10, 10. We got some stops and some sacks.”USC had fostered some momentum after a fumble recovery by senior safety Taylor Mays gave the Trojans the ball on the Cardinal 36-yard line, down 21-7 in the third quarter.Barkley then delivered a 36-yard touchdown strike to redshirt freshman wide receiver Brice Butler to make the score 21-14.But Stanford would answer back with a methodical 10-play drive capped off by a six-yard touchdown run by Luck.“That was a big momentum shift, and when I caught it I was like ‘Let’s go,’ now that we’d scored,” said Butler, who made his first career start in place of the injured Damian Williams. “The whole team was feeling that way.“Then, it kinda died down.”USC would score once more, but Stanford again responded quickly. The Cardinal’s last five drives all ended in touchdowns.With the 34-point loss, USC has been outscored 174-131 in its last five games.This is also the first time since Carroll’s first year, 2001, that the Trojans have lost three games in one season.“Things are looking nasty right now,” Smith said.USC’s last three home losses have all been against Stanford, but the Trojans said that didn’t matter.“Any team that beats us, they’re surprised,” Butler said. “They didn’t think it was gonna happen.”Stanford’s Gerhart, a member of the 2007 team that upset the Trojans 24-23 at the Coliseum, agreed.“I was surprised a little bit,” Gerhart said. “They’re USC and have been the premier Pac-10 team. We’ve been the underdogs.”But although Stanford stays in the thick of the Pac-10 championship race, the Trojans are essentially eliminated from the BCS bowl and Pac-10 title contention. They must now face the likelihood of a pre-New Year’s bowl game.But for now, the Trojans have a bye-week break before cross-town rival UCLA comes to the Coliseum on Nov. 28.“If you think about it, it probably comes at the perfect time,” Butler said. “We lost, and now we have to sit here and think about it for two weeks.”
Atletico Madrid forward, Diego Costa is facing the possibility of spending six months in jail for alleged tax fraud.Costa is set to appear in court on June 4 to face allegations that he defrauded the state of more than €1 million by not declaring payments of more than €5.15 million following his move from Chelsea in 2014.According to media reports, prosecutors in Spain will ask the judge for a six-month prison sentence and a fine of more than €500,000.Costa is also facing a charge of failing to declare image rights of more than €1 million.In Spain, sentences below two years for non-violent crimes can be exchanged for a fine, so if found guilty, Costa would avoid prison if he paid an additional fine of 36,500 euros.Costa is the latest high-profile footballer to face tax fraud charges.In 2017, Barcelona star Lionel Messi’s faced a 21-month prison sentence for tax fraud.However, he was able to avoid prison-time by paying a fine of €252,000 ($288,000), or €400 for each day of the sentence.Cristiano Ronaldo was fined €18.8 million ($21.6 million) in 2019.The prosecutors accused him of dodging taxes in Spain between 2010 and 2014, when he was playing for Real Madrid
Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Justin Upton then hit a fly ball to Willie Calhoun in medium-depth left field. Stassi broke for home as Calhoun uncorked a throw well up the first base line. When catcher Jeff Mathis threw to first to try to nab Trout, the Rangers left the plate uncovered and Fletcher scored. A Kole Calhoun single then drove in Trout, making it 7-4.The Angels hitters took Patrick Sandoval off the hook after he struggled through his fourth big league outing. Sandoval was charged with four runs in 3-2/3 innings.Sandoval left his pitches over too much of the plate as the Rangers racked up eight hits against him, including a Willie Calhoun homer in the second.“He did alright,” Ausmus said. “They had a couple decent swings on him. He still always has a chance with the changeup, against right-handed hitters. The breaking ball is going to become more necessary as he goes through the lineup a second time or even a third time.” They blew a six-run lead in Monday’s 11-inning loss, thanks largely to nine walks. On Wednesday night, they had a 7-4 lead in the seventh when things began to go sideways.After relievers Miguel Del Pozo and Noé Ramírez had retired all eight batters they faced, Taylor Cole started the seventh by walking No. 9 hitter Jeff Mathis, despite an 0-and-2 start.“I should have at least thrown a fastball in there at the end,” Cole said, “but I’ve got one of the best changeups in the game. For him to spit on three in a row, I’ll tip my cap. I didn’t get hit hard. I am actually throwing the ball, in my opinion pretty well, so I’m not going to worry about it.”Mathis and Elvis Andrus came around to score against Luís García, making it 7-6.“I think the leadoff walk to Mathis is what hurt the most,” Manager Brad Ausmus said. 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(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Los Angeles Angels’ Albert Pujols signals for his hit to be called a home run, but after a review it was ruled a single, in the fifth inning of the team’s baseball game against the Texas Rangers on Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Louis DeLuca)ARLINGTON, TEXAS – AUGUST 21: Noe Ramirez #24 of the Los Angeles Angels throws against the Texas Rangers in the fifth inning at Globe Life Park in Arlington on August 21, 2019 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Texas Rangers first baseman Danny Santana throws to home after trying to tag Los Angeles Angels’ Mike Trout at first base during the sixth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Louis DeLuca)Los Angeles Angels ‘Mike Trout rounds third base as he heads home to score during the sixth inning of the team’s baseball game against the Texas Rangers on Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019 in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Louis DeLuca)Los Angeles Angels’ Mike Trout is congratulated in the dugout after scoring a run against the Texas Rangers during the sixth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Louis DeLuca)Angels relief pitcher Taylor Cole throws against the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Park in Arlington on August 21, 2019 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Angels second baseman Luis Rengifo, left, and first baseman Albert Pujols chat during a break in play in Wednesday’s game against the Rangers at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Texas Rangers’ Logan Forsythe is forced out at second base by Los Angeles Angels shortstop Wilfredo Tovar during the eighth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Louis DeLuca)Angels Shohei Ohtani flies out to center field as a pinch-hitter during the ninth inning of the team’s baseball game against the Texas Rangers on Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Louis DeLuca)Los Angeles Angels Brian Goodwin is forced out at second base by Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus during the ninth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Louis DeLuca)Los Angeles Angels catcher Anthony Bemboom scrambles after a wild pitch to Texas Rangers Hunter Pence, allowing Elvis Andrus to advance during the ninth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019, in Arlington, Texas. The Rangers won 8-7. (AP Photo/Louis DeLuca)Texas Rangers’ Hunter Pence drops his bat after hitting a single to drive in the winning run against the Los Angeles Angels in the ninth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019, in Arlington, Texas. The Rangers won 8-7. (AP Photo/Louis DeLuca)The Rangers’ Hunter Pence is greeted by teammates after his walk-off hit against the Angels on Wednesday night at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Texas Rangers’ Hunter Pence is mobbed by teammates after driving in the winning run against the Los Angeles Angels during the ninth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019, in Arlington, Texas. The Rangers won 8-7. (AP Photo/Louis DeLuca)Texas Rangers’ Hunter Pence is hugged by teammate Lance Lynn after driving in the winning run in the team’s 8-7 win over the Los Angeles Angels in a baseball game Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Louis DeLuca)ARLINGTON, TEXAS – AUGUST 21: Patrick Sandoval #43 of the Los Angeles Angels throws against the Texas Rangers in the first inning at Globe Life Park in Arlington on August 21, 2019 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)NextShow Caption1 of 26ARLINGTON, TEXAS – AUGUST 21: Patrick Sandoval #43 of the Los Angeles Angels throws against the Texas Rangers in the first inning at Globe Life Park in Arlington on August 21, 2019 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)ExpandARLINGTON, Texas — Once again, walks doomed the Angels to another walk-off loss.The Angels blew a three-run lead in their 8-7 loss to the Texas Rangers on Wednesday night, with a pair of leadoff walks proving to be costly.The Rangers scored two in the seventh, one in the eighth and won it on Hunter Pence’s single in the bottom of the ninth. It was the 10th time the Rangers had a walk-off victory against the Angels in Arlington since 2012.It was the Angels’ third walk-off loss in a grueling four-game series, their final one at Globe Life Park. With a new ballpark with a retractable roof going up across the street, the Angels and Rangers played four games in three days, with temperatures in the upper 90s and a heat index over 100. Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter García then began the eighth by walking Nick Solak, also after getting ahead 0-and-2. García gave up a single to Logan Forsythe and the Rangers tied with a Shin-Soo Choo two-out RBI single against Hansel Robles.In the ninth, Trevor Cahill gave up a leadoff single to Elvis Andrus. He went to second and third on two wild pitches. Pence then singled through the drawn-in infield, another loss to a bullpen that has struggled lately.“Probably just ebbs and flows,” Ausmus said. “You are not going to be great every single month. I would not attribute it to anything in particular other than just down month.”It spoiled a night in which the Angels hitters had overcome a pair of two-run deficits, before finally taking their first lead of the night with three runs in the sixth.Max Stassi, who came into the game with one hit in 31 at-bats with the Angels, lined a single with one out. David Fletcher followed with a double and Mike Trout was intentionally walked to load the bases.Related Articles Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone
ALGONA — The Clear Lake girls basketball team is headed back to the state tournament after a 65-47 win over Okoboji in a Class 3A regional championship game played in Algona on Saturday night, as you heard on AM-1490 & 96.7-FM KRIB. Lions coach Bart Smith says shutting down Okoboji’s key players was the difference.Smith says he’s excited to take another group of players to the state tournament.Chelsey Holck led the Lions with 15 points, while Sara Faber added 12 with Ali Maulsby also making it to double digits with 10. Clear Lake is now 22-2 on the season and will face Davenport Assumption in the Class 3A state quarterfinals next Monday night in a game that’s scheduled to start at 8:30 PM. AMES — In a frustrating season for Iowa State Saturday was a low point as the Cyclones were hammered at home by Texas Tech 87-57. Cyclone coach Steve Prohm.Defense has been a problem all season and it was no different against the Red Raiders.Iowa State with the loss falls to 4-10 in the Big 12. CEDAR FALLS — Northern Iowa is closing in on a Missouri Valley championship. The Panthers used a 20-0 second half run to take command in a 64-52 win over Southern Illinois. It was a game of runs that saw the Panthers race out to a 24-11 lead only to have the Salukis close the first half with a 23-2 run.That’s Panther coach Ben Jacobson. UNI moves to 12-4 in the Valley and they can clinch a share of the regular season title Wednesday night with a victory at home over Evansville.Austin Phyfe had 17 points and a career-high 18 rebounds to lead the Panthers. For a full listing of placewinners, head to this link TONIGHT:AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com, Radio.com app — Class 3A boys substate quarterfinal — Clear Lake vs. Boone — 6:15 pre-game, 6:30 tipoffAM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com, Radio.com app — Class 4A boys substate quarterfinal — Mason City at Des Moines Lincolnc — 6:45 pre-game, 7:00 tipoff MASON CITY — The top-ranked NIACC women outscored second-ranked Kirkwood 26-12 in the second quarter and 28-15 in the third quarter on their way to an 85-64 win on Saturday afternoon in Mason City, as you heard on AM-1300 KGLO. Autum Mendez had 20 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Lady Trojans to their 30th straight home win. They are now 27-1 overall and 14-0 in the conference. The NIACC men dropped a 97-84 decision to Kirkwood on Saturday afternoon. Trey Sampson had 21 points and 11 rebounds while Deundra Roberson had 20. NIACC heads to Little Priest Tribal College on Wednesday. — Boys basketball tournament play starts in Classes 3A and 4A tonight:== Class 4A Substate 77:00 — Mason City at Des Moines Lincoln (winner plays at Waukee Friday)7:00 — Marshalltown at Des Moines North (winner at WDM Valley Friday)== Class 3A Substate 2 at Clear Lake6:30 — Clear Lake vs. Boone8:00 — Humboldt vs. Iowa Falls-Alden== Class 3A Substate 2 at Algona6:30 — Ballard vs. Webster City8:00 — Hampton-Dumont-CAL vs. Algona== Class 3A Substate 3 at Marion6:30 — Charles City vs. Waverly-Shell Rock DES MOINES — For the first time since 1981, Osage has won a team title in the traditional state wrestling tournament. The Green Devils had two runners-up and five wrestlers place in scoring 85 team points, seven more than second-place Union of LaPorte City and 19 more points than third-place Centerville. Osage coach Brent Jennings says it’s a great feeling to break a 39-year drought between titles.Jennings says you can’t always map out a path to a team title and things usually have to happen just right to win a title in a wide-open race.Jennings says as coach of the program for more than two decades it was great to guide a team to a championship.120-pounder Nick Fox and 170-pounder Spencer Mooberry fell in their championship matches on Saturday night. Fox lost to Colby Lillegard of Bondurant-Farrar 8-4, while Mooberry dropped an 8-4 decision to Jax Flynn of Solon. Joe Sullivan finished third at 126 pounds, while Averee Abben at 132 and Zach Williams at 160 placed fifth. DES MOINES — Cullan Schriever became Mason City High School’s third-ever three-time state champion as he won the Class 3A 126 pound title with a 9-4 decision over Carson Taylor of Fort Dodge. The win culminated a return from injury in last year’s state tournament that prevented him from possibly becoming a four-time state champion.Schriever joins Eddie Kline in the early 1950s and Tim Krieger from the 1980s as the school’s only three-time champions, and credits his coaches for helping him with the accomplishment.Schriever talks about working back from the injury and disappointment of not being a titleist last year.Schriever and his brother Colby now get ready to wrestle at the University of Iowa next year, and he was asked what he needs to do to prepare to be part of that program.Two other area wrestlers won state titles on Saturday night — Tate Hagen of West Hancock beat Cole Clark of Lisbon 7-4 for the Class 1A 195 pound title…and Chet Buss of North Butler-Clarksville won the Class 1A 285 pound title with a 10-2 decision over Ryley Snell of Interstate 35. In the other championship match involving an area wrestler, Clayton McDonough of Central Springs lost his Class 1A 113 pound match 6-2 to Marcel Lopez of New London.