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Search on for father of 1-year-old boy who died in accidental shooting in South…

first_img Search on for father of 1-year-old boy who died in accidental shooting in South Bend By Jon Zimney – October 20, 2020 4 668 WhatsApp Facebook (Photo supplied/St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office) A grand jury has issued indictments against two people in connection with the accidental deadly shooting of a 1-year-old boy in South Bend.Javion Sexton passed away after investigators say a four-year-old sibling got ahold of a gun and fired. It happened back in June in the 600 block of Leland Avenue.Arrest warrants were issued for two people in connection with the death.Eboni Hosea, 23, turned herself in at the St. Joseph County Jail, last Thursday, on charges of neglect of a dependent resulting in death and several drug-related counts. She posted bail on Monday and has since been released. Police are still looking for Avion Sexton Sr., 23, who is wanted on more than a dozen similar charges.Sexton is described by police as black, approximately 5’7” and 150 pounds.The following information was released by the St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office:On October 2, 2020, a grand jury issued indictments against two individuals in connection with the investigation into the fatal shooting of 1 year old Javion Sexton on June 18, 2020 (Leland Avenue, South Bend).Avion Sexton, Sr., 23, was indicted on the following charges:Count I: Neglect of a Dependent Resulting in Death a Level 1 FelonyCount II: Neglect of a Dependent Resulting in Serious a Level 3 FelonyBodily InjuryCount III: Neglect of a Dependent Resulting in Bodily a Level 5 FelonyInjuryCount IV: Neglect of a Dependent a Level 6 FelonyCount V: Possession of a Narcotic Drug a Level 5 FelonyCount VI: Possession of a Narcotic Drug a Level 3 FelonyCount VII: Possession of a Narcotic Drug a Level 4 FelonyCount VIII: Dealing in Narcotic Drug a Level 5 FelonyCount IX: Dealing in a Narcotic Drug a Level 4 FelonyCount X: Dealing in a Narcotic Drug a Level 3 FelonyCount XI: Dealing in a Narcotic Drug a Level 2 FelonyCount XII: Possession of a Controlled Substance a Class A MisdemeanorCount XIII: Possession of a Narcotic Drug a Level 6 FelonyEboni Hosea, 23, was indicted on the following charges:Count I: Neglect of a Dependent a Level 6 FelonyCount II: Neglect of a Dependent Resulting in Bodily a Level 5 FelonyInjuryCount III: Neglect of a Dependent Resulting in Serious a Level 3 FelonyBodily InjuryCount IV: Neglect of a Dependent Resulting in Death a Level 1 FelonyCount V: Possession of a Narcotic Drug a Level 6 FelonyCount VI: Possession of a Narcotic Drug a Level 5 FelonyCount VII: Possession of a Narcotic Drug a Level 4 FelonyCount VIII: Possession of a Narcotic Drug a Level 3 FelonyCount IX: Possession of Controlled Substance a Class A MisdemeanorBased on the indictments, the St. Joseph County Circuit Court issued arrest warrants forboth individuals.Eboni Hosea turned herself in at the St. Joseph County Jail on October 15, 2020, and wasbooked into the Jail on this warrant. She appeared before a St. Joseph County Magistrateon October 15th for her initial bail hearing and arraignment. At that hearing, bond was setat $10,000 cash or $100,000 Corporate surety. She posted bond yesterday, October 19, and was released. Her initial hearing is scheduled for November 5, 2020 at 8:30 a.m. before Judge Hurley (cause number 71D08-2010-F1-000013).Avion Sexton, Sr. has not been arrested on the warrant issued in this indictment (causenumber 71D03-2010-F1-000014). Authorities are asking anyone with informationregarding his whereabouts to call local law enforcement or Crime Stoppers at 574-288-STOP. He is described as a M/B, approximately 5’7” and 150 pounds.The sentencing range for a Level 1 Felony is 20 to 40 years. The sentencing range for aLevel 2 Felony is 10 to 30 years. The sentencing range for a Level 3 Felony is 3 to 16years. The sentencing range for a Level 4 Felony is 2 to 12 years. The sentencing range fora Level 5 Felony is 1 to 6 years. The sentencing range for a Level 6 Felony is ½ to 2 ½years. The sentencing range for a Class A Misdemeanor is up to 1 (one) year. Google+ Twitter Facebook Google+ Pinterest IndianaLocalNews Twitter WhatsApp Pinterest Previous articleAutopsy: Girl, 3, dropped off at hospital died due to blunt force traumaNext articleLocal man arrested on multiple drug charges during traffic stop in Mishawaka Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.last_img read more

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Osvaldo fined by Southampton

first_imgSouthampton have suspended striker Dani Osvaldo for two weeks following an incident at the club’s training ground. Press Association The club released a statement on Thursday confirming the Italy international will not be involved in the coming fortnight. No details of the incident have been disclosed. “Southampton Football Club has today suspended striker Dani Osvaldo for two weeks, following an incident at the club’s Staplewood training ground,” the statement read. “The club has taken swift and proper action for what it considers a breach of the conduct expected of its players. “Southampton will be making no further comment at this time.” The Southampton club-record signing, who played under Mauricio Pochettino at Espanyol, was fined and suspended at former club Roma for punching team-mate Erik Lamela during a 2-0 defeat to Udinese. The training ground incident is the latest story in a week which has seen Southampton make many headlines. Nicola Cortese resigned as chief executive last week, sparking rumours about the futures of manager Pochettino and a number of their high-profile players. Saints’ owner Katharina Liebherr has moved to steady the ship and, with Pochettino insisting he will remain in charge of the team, things had appeared to calm down before Osvaldo’s misdemeanour. center_img Osvaldo, who joined in the summer from Roma, has scored four times for Mauricio Pochettino’s side – including the equaliser against Manchester City in December. The 28-year-old will sit out the FA Cup fourth-round tie with Yeovil, as well as Barclays Premier League fixtures against Arsenal and Fulham. last_img read more

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Cycle for human rights with the Jozi Freedom Ride

first_imgAccording to organisers, the Freedom Ride  – held in both Joburg and Cape Town – aims to “connect our cities and honour the legacy of Nelson Mandela – empowering the transformation of our cities into livable, people friendly places in which all citizens have easy access to bicycles and are able to cycle freely and safely”. (Image: Freedom Ride)Staff writerOn Sunday 22 March on the morning after Human Rights Day, the people of Joburg are invited to join the Jozi Freedom Ride, a 28-kilometre cycle through city suburbs once separated by apartheid, from Sandton via Rosebank, Houghton and Parktown, ending in Alexandra.The final event of Cycle Jozi Week, which started on 16 March, the Freedom Ride celebrates the power of the bicycle to connect communities. The ride is fun, social, non-competitive and open to everyone – beginners and pros, young and old.The 28-kilometre route starts at the Sandton Gautrain station, heading south down Rivonia Road past the Wanderers and through Rosebank before circling around Zoo Lake and the Joburg Zoo. It then goes back north via the Old Edwardians Club, along Pretoria Street and Corlett Drive to Alexandra township, ending at the beautiful Mushroom Farm Park just outside Alex.The route of the Jozi Freedom Ride. Click image for a larger view.Cycle Jozi Week’s packed schedule started on Monday 16 March with community cycling safety training in Fourways, where helmets and reflective jackets were handed out to cyclists from the impoverished Diepsloot community. The event ended with a cycle from Fourways to Diepsloot.On Tuesday the focus shifted to Orlando High School in Soweto with a ride encouraging pupils to use the suburb’s new cycle lanes.Today and tomorrow the University of Johannesburg hosts a training workshop for engineers and planners working in cycling infrastructure design and construction. International and local experts will discuss the technical planning, design and engineering required for a bike-friendly city.Today university staff and students are being urged to join a lunch-time ride along recently constructed bicycle lanes in Braamfontein. The route runs from the UJ Bunting Road campus on the corner of Annet Road to the Wits University main entrance at on Yale Road.On 20 March a national cycling cities workshop will explore ways to scale up cycling in cities, examine international best practice and investigate the potential of a National Cycle Cities Framework. #Decongest will also launch Cycle Fridays at Mandela Square in Sandton in preparation for the Freedom Ride. Sandton residents and workers are encouraged to cycle to work and join the Cycle Friday ride from 12.30pm.The Jozi Cycle Week aims to promote cycling to ease reduce traffic congestion and carbon emissions from cars, and promote a healthy lifestyle.Cyclists can register on the Freedom Ride website or on the FreedomRideJozi Facebook page.Cyclists gather on the Nelson Mandela Bridge in Joburg for the start of the Freedom Ride in July 2014. (Image: Freedom Ride)The Jozi Freedom RideWhen: Sunday, 22 March 2015Start: 07:00, Sandton Gautrain Station on Rivonia RoadParking: Probably best to park at Sandton City. There is no free parking.Water points:• 8th Street Alexandra opposite the Post Office• Waverley Park• Standard Bank, corner of Oxford RoadBus pick-up points:• Waverly Park• Zoo Lake• Sasol in RosebankIf you don’t have a bike and want to hire one, click here.If you would like to donate, click here.For more information, contact:• Nkosinathi Nkabinde: [email protected] 083 408 7787• Hugh Fraser: [email protected] 083 309 4275• Muhammed Suleman: [email protected] 073 198 6927last_img read more

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Solar Power Alone Won’t Solve Energy or Climate Needs

first_imgWhy We Still Need to Discuss Grid DefectionRethinking the GridCan Solar Power Solve the Coal Problem? Utilities Grapple with Rooftop Solar and the New Energy LandscapeIs Nuclear Power Our Energy Future or a Dinosaur? For example, the energy produced from a large number of solar arrays combined as 1,000 megawatts (MW) installed capacity will deliver, on average, an energy equivalent of 10% to 12% of its capacity. In contrast, a nuclear plant delivers energy at 80% to 90% of its rated capacity.The current global installed capacity of solar facilities is 224,684 MW, providing an annual energy output of 253,593 GWh, equivalent to an annual capacity factor of 11%. Similarly, the installed capacity of solar facilities in Germany is 39,784 MW, with an annual energy output of 36,056 GWh at a capacity factor of 10.3%.So, for the same installed capacity, solar energy production is one-eighth or one-ninth of the production of a nuclear plant. If you want the same amount of energy, then you would need to install an equivalent solar capacity that is higher by as large a margin — eight to nine times the number of additional solar arrays. Jatin Nathwani is professor and Ontario Research Chair in Public Policy for Sustainable Energy at the University of Waterloo. This post originally appeared at The Conversation. RELATED ARTICLES Less hype, more factThe point here is not to diminish the value and positive contribution that solar can make towards reducing our dependence on fossil fuels to help achieve a global energy transition towards a low carbon energy future.The hype needs to be tempered by a realistic assessment of the emerging energy demand at the global level and the effective capability of meeting growth in energy demand on a very large scale.You don’t want to get conscripted to the view that one energy option — solar — is the sole answer, and it also happens to be an option that does not deliver large volumes of energy from the installed base.Why is this relevant? The urgency for implementing effective low-carbon energy solutions is all but fully acknowledged and recognized by all the countries of the world (except the current U.S. administration).center_img Future of energy is diverse and distributedThe scope and scale of change required to meet climate change targets is anything but trivial. This suggests a complementary and reinforcing role for many different energy technologies with low-carbon attributes such as wind, solar, hydro, geothermal, nuclear and natural gas as an interim substitute for coal.The approach is complementary because each technology has characteristics that require attention to its limitations and to ensure it can function as part of an integrated energy system that delivers best value to the end user.The emerging energy system of this century will not look anything like the energy system of the past century dominated by central power-generating stations transmitting energy over long distances to cities, towns and villages.Distributed energy resources — best exemplified by solar as Exhibit A — combined with the power of information and communication technologies (ICT) will increasingly become relevant in our lives.Imagine a household becomes both an energy generator (solar on the roof) with an electric vehicle capable of storing energy (from wind and solar) and selling the energy back to the wires when it is profitable to do so. All of this could be managed seamlessly through a virtual power network enabled by ICT. Thus, a consumer has now become a producer and a consumer — a “prosumer.”Technology entrepreneur Elon Musk’s company, Tesla, Inc., is working to make that vision a reality today with its electric cars, solar-cell roof tiles, home energy storage, and networked, grid-connected battery systems currently being installed in Australia. Decentralized power generationWill distributed energy become truly disruptive and completely undermine both the business model of the existing utilities and the investments in the large centralized infrastructure?In my view, distributed energy resources can be best recognized as a positive force that will help reinforce and increase the reliability and resilience of the “big grid.” They also bring an environmental emissions attribute that helps to amplify a positive trend towards a low carbon energy future.Why do we need large, centralized generating stations at all? The global energy demand to 2050 will either double or triple from current levels. This is primarily driven by demographics and income shifts.The world’s population is forecast to approach nine billion people in 2050 — with many to shift in income from extreme poverty to low- and middle income levels — which means an inexorable upward pressure on need for energy. A warming climate is another driver of growth in energy demand for cooling.Improved economic well-being combined with an irreversible shift towards intense urbanization creates a scenario that is difficult to deflect: We are faced with an emerging global context that is shaped by a critical dependence on high quality energy services to a growing, richer population that faces more thermal stress than ever before.The amounts of energy we need are large, not necessarily because we are energy hogs, but rather that we desire an improved quality of life. This will require a major fine-tuning of the existing energy system that can exploit the best features of all available energy sources in unison. Recent reports that solar capacity will soon exceed nuclear capacity reveal an important fact. It also hides a crucial distinction needed to understand the context of energy production, and the use and consequences of choices among supply options for the future.As executive director of the Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Energy (WISE) and lead author of the Equinox Blueprint Energy 2030, a technological roadmap for a low-carbon electrified future, I have investigated energy options, alternatives and their utility. I have also found that people get confused with terminology.Capacity installed in kilowatts (kW) is not equal to energy produced in kilowatt hours (kWh) — and the energy services we demand and pay for (such as cooking, cooling, lighting, entertainment) is measured in kilowatt hours. For large-scale, industrial purposes, output is measured in megawatt hours (MWh) or gigawatt hours (GWh).The technical capacity of any energy technology to deliver useful energy is measured as energy output. Because of the efficiency of energy conversion, solar energy output tends to be low.last_img read more

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TCI Illegal Sloop Landing

first_img Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, January 2, 2018 – Providenciales – The Ministry of Border Control and Employment and the Immigration Department confirm that an illegal vessel landed on Providenciales on the morning of Monday, January 1, 2018.Eighteen (18) persons including seventeen (17) males and one (1) female were apprehended in the North West Point and Silly Creek areas of Providenciales by the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force and the Immigration Task Force.   These persons have been processed and remain detained at the Detention Center awaiting repatriation.The Enforcement agencies of the Turks and Caicos Islands are asking that anyone with information concerning planned arrival of other sloops to contact the Police anonymously on 911 or Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1-800-8477.Tips can also be submitted anonymously in English, French or Spanish on either www.crimestoppers.tc or on Facebook as a fan of Crime Stoppers Turks & Caicos. Crime Stoppers tips are received in the USA.Press Release: TCIGlast_img read more

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