Share 16 Views no discussions Tweet Share LocalNews A Grand Bay man released on $32, 000 bail for four charges of possession of Cannabis, firearm and ammunition by: – August 15, 2011 In photo: rounds of ammunition. Photo credit: inetres.comThirty- three year old Levi Gregoire of Grand Bay who was arrested on Friday last week, had four charges of possession of Cannabis, firearm and ammunition read to him at the Magistrate’s Court in Roseau this morning.The Defendant pleaded guilty to all the charges which were filed by Constable Maximea A of the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force.According to the facts presented to the Court by the Prosecutor; “a search warrant was executed on the Defendant’s premises on Friday 12th August, 2011 at about 5:30pm. While conducting the search, Constable Maximea A opened a draw of a table close to the bed in one of the bedrooms and found three rounds of ammunition. Constable Maximea A questioned the Defendant about the fruits of his search to which the Defendant replied, ‘Officer while I was cleaning inside Bubbles I get that, I just bring it there” he was also asked whether he possessed a firearms license to which he replied ‘no officer.’ Constable Maximea A then informed him that he needed a license in order to possess the ammunition to which he again replied, ‘officer I tell you is by Bubbles I get that and bring it there.’ While searching the kitchen Constable Maximea also found a clear plastic bag which contained substances which appeared to be Cannabis. The Defendant was arrested and taken to the Police Headquarters in Roseau and the contents of the plastic placed in an evidence bag and sent to the lab for testing. An analysis report confirmed that the contents of the clear plastic bag was in fact Cannabis and weighed 368 grams. Both the Cannabis and Analysis Report were tendered into evidence and marked “AN1”, the three bags containing the ammunition were also tendered into evidence and marked “AN2’, and the search warrant marked “AN3.”Defense Counsel Wayne Norde in making a plea in mitigation for his client asked the Court to be lenient as this is his first offence.“The Defendant is a young man in his prime; he is an electrician and farmer by profession. He is the father of three children, he pleaded not guilty, he has been very cooperative and Constable Maximea A can support that. He’s not resisting the facts, he admitted and explained the circumstances in which he came upon them. He didn’t intend to harm anyone and found it at Bubbles and inadvertently brought it home. Unfortunately he found himself in possession of a spent shell and I think that he has learnt a lesson. We are asking the Court that he not be given a custodial sentence as this is his first offence; he is a virgin in relation to his record. He did not waste the Court’s time and we are asking the Court to be lenient with him.During sentencing Magistrate Evelina Baptiste informed the Defendant that she had considered the factors in his favour being that he is a first time offender and that he did not waste the Court’s time and those not in his favour; the prevalence of these types of offenses within the society and the amount of Cannabis and live rounds of ammunition.Levi Gregoire was ordered to pay $12, 750.00 on or before the 31st day of March, 2012 or in default he could serve twenty nine months in prison.His uncle Clevelle Gregoire and the sister of his common law wife Mandy St. Luce served as his sureties on his behalf. As part of his bail conditions, he is to report every Wednesday between the hours of 7am and 7pm at the Grand Bay Police Station and surrender his passport and all travel documents to the police immediately.Meantime Nerissa Lavenir, who was also arrested on Friday and granted bail over the weekend was informed by Magistrate Baptiste that the matters have been dismissed for lack of prosecution.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Share
The St. Louis 7th Grade Volleyball team played strong against the Sunman Dearborn Lady Trojans in the SEI tournament but fell short 24-25, 24-25. The Cardinals worked well together as a team. They put together their best played game of the season. The team was able to setup the offense often to keep the Cardinals in striking distance of the Trojan through the match. Rhea Miller led the Cardinals on offense with 8 hits including 4 kills and Isabelle Wonnell had 5 hits and 1 kill, Kate Weber had 5 hits, Catherine Streator had 2 hits and Lucy Abplanalp and Lilly Schebler had 1 hit each. The offense could not be setup without the skillful passing of Ella Moster and Ingrid Tuveson. The whole team was able to put points on the scoreboard. The points were scored as followed Streator 5 points, Abplanalp 4 points, Weber 4 points, Moster 4 points, Tuveson 3 points, Wonnell 3 points, Miller 2 points and Schebler 1 point.The 8th Grade Lady Cardinals felled to the Sunman Dearborn Lady Trojans in the first round of the SEI Tournament 14-25, 16-25. The Cardinals worked hard on the court to get 3 touches on the ball before passing it over the net. This allowed Emma Livers to command the net with 3 strong hits and a block. Serving was solid for the Cardinals. Audrey Beiser led the team with 6 points followed by Megan Raab, Mary Hunter, Maggie Beiser and Izzi Price with 2 points each and Ava Owens with 1 point.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jennifer Meer.
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Liverpool have loaned Allan Rodrigues de Souza to Finnish side Seinajoen Jalkapallokerho after finalising the signing of the Brazilian youngster. The 18-year-old, who has been training with the Reds all summer, played three friendlies for the under-21s and was included in the first-team squad for their game in Helsinki last month, joins from Internacional. Liverpool submitted the paperwork to complete the deal on Tuesday and – having had confirmation of his signing – he has been sent out to gain some European experience. Press Association
Monk has come under increasing pressure amid Swansea’s slide down the Barclays Premier League in the last two months and there were few signs of improvement as Bournemouth dominated for long periods at the Liberty Stadium. Club chairman Huw Jenkins said in his programme notes that everyone at the club should keep their own counsel to “stop adding fuel to a fire ready to ignite at any time”, but it is a fact of football life that results will dictate whether Monk is able to ride this current storm. Swansea have now won only once in 10 games and lie four places and five points above Bournemouth, who fill the final relegation spot. But top scorer Ayew, who rescued Swansea from 2-0 down with his sixth goal of the season and by winning a contentious penalty for Jonjo Shelvey to level before half-time, said: “He (Monk) shows us a lot of support and confidence. “We were trying to give it back to him on the pitch. He’s a great manager, we know what he did last season. “Everything’s going to get back into shape and we just need some time. “You need that in football when things are difficult. “We believe we have great players, a great squad, a great manager and everything will be OK. “We just need to keep working hard and don’t give up.” Monk, however, will receive little comfort when he scans Swansea pre-Christmas fixture list. Next weekend’s trip to Jurgen Klopp’s fast-reviving Liverpool is followed by a visit from league leaders Leicester and their goal machine Jamie Vardy. After that there is an away date at Manchester City before in-form West Ham travel to the Liberty Stadium. “When you’re in a club like Swansea that wants to grow and you don’t get the results everybody gets the pressure,” said Ghana forward Ayew. “That’s normal, but we just want to stay focused on the field and not look at what’s happening outside. “We just concentrate on the pitch and listen to what the coach has to tell us about the tactics and what he wants to do. That’s what’s important.” Swansea had handed out 19,000 clappers for fans to pump up the volume and lift a side who finished eighth last season with a record points tally. B ut boos were the only noise heard from home supporters when Bournemouth led through Joshua King’s first goal for the club and Dan Gosling inside 26 minutes. Eddie Howe’s side could not hold on for a first win in eight but defender Steve Cook feels the Cherries are heading in the right direction. “The last two and a half games we have played, we have grown as a team and, because of that, I can only see us moving on and getting stronger,” Cook said. “I think we would have taken a point had you have offered it before the game but I thought we were terrific. “Unfortunately we didn’t get the win, but it’s certainly coming and we are growing in confidence as a team. “Eventually we will get that bit of luck that gets us over the line.” Andre Ayew has labelled Garry Monk a “great manager” as the embattled Swansea boss continues to feel the heat following a disappointing 2-2 home draw with Bournemouth. Press Association
Melbourne: Australia pacer Pat Cummins asked his fellow teammates to bat like Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara after they were skittled out for a paltry 151 in the first innings of the third Test here.”It was obviously not ideal. We turned up thinking of a good first innings score and be right in the game. We wanted to take this result away from them. This is a young batting group and they are working hard. They are trying their best, but it is just one of those things. Today it didn’t come off,” Cummins told reporters.Pujara and Kohli had stitched together 170 runs to propel India to 443/7 declared.”What we saw from India’s first innings, we saw temperament of Pujara and Virat and how they pace their innings. They absorb pressure because on this kind of wicket, it is hard to score runs.”You have to face a lot of balls to get big scores and it is probably one of those wickets where you do the hard work early. Keep absorbing pressure and score later, but evidently it did not work for us today,” he added.Cummins bowled a fiery spell of 4/10 to help the hosts reduce India to 54/5 in the second essay but they still trail the visitors by 346 runs after conceding a massive first innings lead of 292 runs.”It’s always going to be hard missing two of your best players. We’ve known for nine months (that Steve Smith and David Warner won’t be available). Others have to stand up. It probably highlights the class they’ve had in previous years but we’ve got to find a way,” Cummins said.”Everyone here is good enough. They’ve done it at the level below, all of them are the best (Sheffield) Shield players and most of them have done it for Australia before. Wicket feels pretty good still, so everyone feels like in the second innings they can face more balls and get going,” he added.Cummins said they wanted to make things tough for India in the second dig. (IANS) Also Read: Australian Pacers Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins Ruled Out of Upcoming Test Tour Against Pakistan
February 26, 2020 Monk’s suspension will begin with Wednesday’s game against the New York Knicks and continue until he is determined to be in full compliance with the program.The third-year reserve guard has averaged 10.3 points and 2.9 rebounds in 21 minutes per game this season. Monk has been playing better of late, averaging 18.2 points over the last seven games.In other NBA news:— The NBA fined Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid (joh-EHL’ ehm-BEED’) $25,000 on Wednesday, two days after he made an obscene gesture on the court and used profane language during a live television interview. In announcing the fine, the NBA noted that the amount “reflects his multiple prior violations of acceptable on-court decorum.” The gesture occurred with 17 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter of the Sixers’ 129-112 victory over the Hawks on Monday night. With the clock winding down, Atlanta’s Kevin Huerter came from behind and swiped the ball from Embiid, who was trying to dribble it out. Embiid responded by flashing a middle finger at Huerter. He later apologized. Embiid scored a career-high 49 points in the game.NHL-NEWS Olympic figure skater Chris Knierim announces retirementCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Figure skater Chris Knierim (kih-NEHR’-uhm) has announced his retirement.The 32-year-old says his passion for skating waned while injuries had mounted, and that forced him to consider his future. He also said he’s been dealing with depression and is receiving treatment for it.Knierim is one half of the husband-and-wife duo that helped the U.S. win team gold at the Pyeongchang Olympics. His wife, Alexa Knierim, says she will continue skating with a new partner.The three-time national champions have withdrawn from next month’s world championships. The Knierims will be replaced by Jessica Calalang and Brian Johnson on the American team headed to Montreal. Player representatives have voted to send a new labor deal approved by the owners to the full union membership. A simple majority of some 2,000 players must accept the agreement for it to go into effect this year.After nearly four hours of meetings between player reps and members of the NFL’s negotiating committee Tuesday in Indianapolis, the 32 team reps spent several more hours discussing the deal. They then gave the nod early Wednesday for all NFL Players Association members to make the final decision.The new CBA calls for a 17-game regular season, which is expected to begin in 2021; more roster spots; a shortened preseason; a higher percentage of revenues for players; and upgraded pensions for former players. The owners approved it last Thursday, though not unanimously.It seems likely that the players will accept the deal, or else their leadership would not likely have made this move.The NFL Players Association’s executive committee voted 6-5 against the contract on Friday. TOKYO-VIRUS OUTBREAKTokyo organizers, government take offensive on virus threatTOKYO (AP) — Tokyo Olympic organizers and the Japanese government went on the offensive Wednesday after a senior IOC member said the 2020 Games were being threatened by the spread of a viral outbreak, with their fate probably decided in the next three months.Tokyo organizing committee CEO Toshiro Muto abruptly called a news conference to address comments from former International Olympic Committee vice president Dick Pound in an interview with The Associated Press. Muto said the plan is to go ahead with the Olympic and Paralympic Games as scheduled. He said measures will be taken to ensure that the games are safe.Meanwhile, Ireland’s Six Nations rugby match against Italy in Dublin has been postponed because of concerns about the spreading virus in Europe. The Italians were scheduled to play at Ireland on March 7, part of annual rugby competition that also includes England, France, Scotland and Wales. A women’s game the following day was also postponed. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNFL-NEWSPlayer reps send new CBA to union members for approvalUNDATED (AP) — The NFL has moved a step closer to labor peace for another decade. Associated Press In other NHL news:— Montreal Canadiens defenseman Victor Mete will miss the rest of the season with a broken foot. Mete suffered the injury during the game in Detroit on Feb. 18. The 21-year-old Mete had four goals and 11 assists in 51 games this season. He has four goals and 27 assists in 171 games with Montreal. Mete was a fourth-round pick of the Canadiens in 2016.— Peter Laviolette (lah-vee-uh-LET’) is returning to the bench after being selected as the coach of the United States men’s national team competing at the world hockey championships in May. The move was announced by USA Hockey on Wednesday, seven weeks after Laviolette was fired by the Nashville Predators. Laviolette ranks 16th in NHL wins with 637 covering four teams over 18 seasons, including the 2006 Stanley Cup champion Carolina Hurricanes. He also coached the New York Islanders and Philadelphia Flyers.TENNIS-SHARAPOVA RETIRES5-time major champ Maria Sharapova retires from tennis at 32 Muzzin outUNDATED (AP) — The Toronto Maple Leafs have suffered another setback on defense with the loss of Jake Muzzin (MUH’-zihn) to a broken hand.The Leafs announced Wednesday that Muzzin will be out about four weeks after suffering the injury during a win over the Tampa Bay Lightning Tuesday night. If Muzzin misses four weeks, he’ll return with six games left in the regular season.On Monday, the 31-year-old signed a four-year contract extension with an average annual value of just over $5.6 million. He has six goals and 17 assists in 53 games with the Leafs this season.Toronto also is missing defensemen Morgan Rielly and Cody Ceci because of injuries. Update on the latest sports NEW YORK (AP) — Maria Sharapova is retiring from professional tennis at the age of 32 after five Grand Slam titles and time ranked No. 1.She has been dealing with shoulder problems for years. Sharapova played only two matches this season and lost both.The Russian, who moved to Florida as a child, served a 15-month ban after failing a doping test in 2016. Since that suspension, Sharapova managed to reach only one major quarterfinal.Sharapova burst onto the tennis scene at 17 when she won Wimbledon in 2004 and would go on to complete a career Grand Slam with two titles at the French Open and one each at the U.S. Open and Australian Open.FIGURE SKATING-KNIERIM RETIRES In other NFL news:— The New York Giants have released linebackers Alec Ogletree and Kareem Martin, clearing significant salary cap space with the departure of their two most expensive defensive players. The Giants, rebuilding under rookie head coach Joe Judge, gained more than $13 million in salary cap savings by jettisoning the two. Ogletree was acquired by the Giants two years ago in a trade for two third-day selections in 2018. Ogletree was twice elected a team captain and accumulated a team-high 173 tackles as the starter at inside linebacker over two seasons with the Giants.NBA-NEWSHornets’ Monk suspended indefinitelyUNDATED (AP) — Hornets guard Malik Monk has been suspended without pay for violating the terms of the NBA/NBPA’s anti-drug program. And Asian soccer leaders have postponed two key meetings because of the outbreak. The Asian Football Confederation was due to hold an executive committee meeting in Bahrain on March 14 ahead of a congress of member nations on April 16 in Kuala Lumpur. No new dates have been set.
Nigeria’s polo queen, Uneku Atawodi, will be guest on Glo-sponsored African Voices, where viewers will be treated to the amazing story of the woman generally regarded as the world’s only active black female professional polo player,.A statement from Globacom said 28 year-old Neku was guest on the CNN magazine programme which goes on air at 10.30 a.m.on Fridays with repeat editions at 2.30 p.m. on Saturdays, 12.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. on Sundays. Viewers can also watch the show on Mondays at 11:30 p.m. and on Tuesdays at 5.30 a.m.The company said Neku would be joined on the programme by two other sports icons who are making waves on the continent – Bianca Buitendag of Victoria Bay, South Africa and Shehzana Anwar of Nairobi, Kenya. Neku, who has a British Horse Society stage 4 riding accreditation is expected to take viewers through her journey into professional polo which started when she fell in love with horses at age 13 and how, despite subtle discouragement from family members, she stayed focused on her ambition. Her interest in the game generally dominated by the men folk was ignited by her fascination with the smell of dirty leather.Neku is gradually growing into a legend on the sport. She has played professional polo in over 14 countries, and represents Nigeria at the Federation of International Polo.Buitendag is a South African professional surfer, born in Western Cape, South Africa in 1993, and grew up near the beach of False Bay outside of Cape Town where she learned to surf at age eight with her two brothers.While Anwar is a female Kenyan archer born in 1989 and competed in archery at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics where she was the Kenyan flag-bearer. She is the reigning African Archery Champion, since winning in Windhoek early in 2016.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Facebook Twitter Google+ Jim Boeheim isn’t going to treat Dajuan Coleman’s left knee like a prized pitcher’s elbow, even if a lot of Syracuse’s potential hinges on Coleman’s health.In Syracuse’s 97-58 exhibition win over Le Moyne on Monday, Coleman played 23 minutes but all nine scholarship players ran for at least 10. It’s conceivable that he’ll need to play more than that with the Orange lacking depth at center. Boeheim has said that Coleman will sit because of the fatigue from not playing in two years, but that he won’t be on any kind of “minutes limit” due to his recovered knee.“It’s either go or not. It’s either he’s going to go and be all right or he’s going to go and not be all right,” Boeheim said at Atlantic Coast Conference Basketball Media Day on Oct. 28. “It has nothing to do with minutes. He could play two minutes a game and get hurt, or he could play the whole game and not get hurt.”Boeheim’s logic is simple: If Coleman is scrimmaging in practice at full speed, he shouldn’t be held back in games. Coleman echoed his coach at Syracuse’s annual media day on Oct. 16, saying he never wants to come out and is ready to play a full load of minutes. While he thought about his knee, almost obsessively, for the better part of the last two years, Coleman is now able to focus on playing rather than “being careful.”He’s gone to the floor in practice and gotten up just fine. The last thing Coleman wants, even with his injury past, is to be babied by the coaching staff.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“You have to understand, I’ve been playing outside my whole life. Falling, scraping my knee. This is, this not really anything I care about falling on the ground in here,” Coleman said, pointing to the team’s practice courts in the Carmelo K. Anthony Center. “I don’t even worry about my knee. I’m fine, I’m fine. I don’t really think about it.”Heading into the regular season, the Orange will need Coleman to shoulder a minutes load that even slightly resembles Rakeem Christmas’ from a season ago.According to Kenpom.com, Christmas played 85.1 percent of possible minutes on the season and 92.1 in conference play, which was the highest mark of any ACC big man. Minutes percentage factors in overtime games and games played, and Christmas saw a lower percentage of possible playing time than just five ACC players.That can’t be expected from Coleman — because of the injuries and his bigger build — but Christmas’ minutes masked SU’s lack of center depth last season. Backup center Chinonso Obokoh doesn’t seem quite ready to contribute, as he failed to grab a rebound and committed three fouls in 11 minutes against a Le Moyne team that had no player taller than 6 feet 7 inches. To spell Coleman, the Orange has Obokoh or a three-forward lineup that features 6-foot-8, 210-pound Tyler Lydon at center.Boeheim said Monday that the offense, that’s shifting to the perimeter as is, won’t put too much on Coleman’s plate in the early going. Yet it still seems that Syracuse is not just better off with him on the court, but also noticeably shorthanded when he’s off it. He’s the team’s biggest body, knows the center spot in the zone better than any of his teammates and provides the most tangible low-post scoring threat.And as of now, Boeheim isn’t going to let the history of Coleman’s left knee dictate his playing time.“He needs rest. He’ll be out. He’ll be rested, but it won’t be because of (his injuries),” Boeheim said. “It’s just like if he were a guard and he were back healthy he’d play the whole game probably. He’d play the whole game.” Comments Published on November 3, 2015 at 6:32 pm Contact Jesse: firstname.lastname@example.org | @dougherty_jesse Related Stories Malachi Richardson leads SU freshmen trio in exhibition win over Le MoyneSyracuse hoists 32 3-pointers in 97-58 win over Le Moyne in exhibitionPoll: Grade Syracuse’s performance against Le Moyne and pick the player of the game7-foot-2 Paschal Chukwu will help Syracuse basketball, even in his redshirt year
Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Senegal international Sadio Mane and Belgian striker Divock Origi, starting a league game for the first time this season, established a 2-0 lead for the visitors midway through the first half.Callum Wilson halved the deficit from a penalty 11 minutes into the second half, but within seven minutes, Emre Can’s fine effort from the edge of the penalty area restored the two-goal cushion.It was snatched away, however, in stunning fashion with three Bournemouth goals in the last 20 minutes.Substitute Ryan Fraser and defender Steve Cook scored in the space of three minutes to bring Bournemouth level and in added time Chelsea loanee Ake grabbed a stunning winner after a mistake from Liverpool keeper Loris Karius.It was Liverpool’s first defeat in the last 12 league games and left them third in the Premier League, four points behind leaders Chelsea.Elsewhere yesterday, Leighton Baines scored a dramatic late penalty to add to Jose Mourinho’s problems as Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw at Everton.Former Everton star Marouane Fellaini had only been on the field for two minutes as a United substitute when he tripped Idrissa Gueye unnecessarily and Baines made no mistake with a clinically-taken 89th minute penalty.Zlatan Ibrahimovic had produced the only moment of quality in a disappointing first half, when he gave United the lead three minutes before the break, although the goal was as much a result of a mistake by Maarten Stekelenburg.The Everton goalkeeper rushed out of his area, for no obvious reason, to try and beat Ibrahimovic to a hopeful through ball by Anthony Martial.And Ibrahimovic, a former teammate of Stekelenburg with Ajax, cleverly lobbed the ball over the keeper and towards the open goal, the ball bouncing against the crossbar and the right-hand post before referee Michael Oliver judged it had crossed the line with the aid of goal-line technology.United is now 13 points behind leaders Chelsea as its poor run extended to one win in their last eight league games.Everton manager Ronald Koeman would have been angered that such an obvious individual error cost his team so dearly and would also have had cause for complaint over Oliver’s handling of an earlier appalling challenge from Marcos Rojo.The United defender launched a flying, two-footed challenge on Gueye, but Oliver somehow judged it was only worthy of a yellow, rather than the obvious red it deserved.Those were the only noteworthy incidents of the first period as United looked to improve on an indifferent run of two wins from their previous 10 league games. PREMIERSHIP*Mourinho’s woes continue with another draw at EvertonBournemouth’s Nathan Ake yesterday grabbed a stoppage-time winner in a dramatic 4-3 victory over Liverpool, who twice surrendered a two-goal lead.