Wellington Police notes for Thursday, May 16, 2013:â€¢8:38 a.m. Officers took a report of an animal bite of a known owner in the 1800Â block E. 16th,Â Wellington.â€¢10:45 a.m. on Sunday, May 12, 2013 at 2 p.m., there was a non-injury accident, hit and run occurred in the 1300Â block N. Blaine,Â Wellington involved an unknown vehicle and a vehicle owned by Shari A. Ryker, Manhattan, Kans.â€¢12:05 p.m. Officers took a report of an animal complaint of a known owner in the 200Â block. E. 3rd,Â Wellington.â€¢5:45 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 2100 block. N. A,Â Wellington.â€¢7:49 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 900 block of N. B,Â Wellington.â€¢11:10 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 300 block SE Lake Road, Wellington at the Wellington Lake involving a vehicle operated by Derek A. Pettegrew, 19, Wellington and a Fixed Object/Electric Pole owned by theÂ city of Wellington.â€¢11:57 p.m. Derek A. Pettegrew, 19,Â Wellington was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol &/or drugs in the 300 block, SE Lake Road, at Wellington Lake.
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“Our hearts are heavy with the first loss of an Iowan to COVID-19. The thoughts and prayers of our state are with the family during this difficult time,” said Gov. Reynolds. “I continue to urge all Iowans to protect their health and the health of others, especially older individuals and those with chronic health conditions who are most at risk. We all have a role to play in limiting the spread of this virus.” A status report of monitoring and testing of COVID19 in Iowa is provided by IDPH, updated each morning, and can be found here. In addition, a public hotline has been established for Iowans with questions about COVID-19. The line is available 24/7 by calling 2-1-1 or 1-800-244-7431. The state of Iowa has started sharing the number of negative tests conducted at outside labs, and is providing additional information on the conditions of those infected with COVID-19. OFFICE OF THE GOVERNORGovernor Kim Reynolds ★ Lt. Governor Adam GreggFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, Mar. 24, 2020First COVID-19 Death Confirmed in Iowa DES MOINES – The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) learned late today of the first death associated with novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The individual was an older adult, 61-80 years of age, and a resident of Dubuque County.
He guided Proline to the Uganda Cup glory as the FUFA Big League success in the same year, beating Mutebi who won the StarTimes Uganda Premier League for KCCA.The high profile guest list had Prof. Mondo Kagonyera (represented first lady and minister of education and sports), V.G Somaeskhar (Airtel Uganda Managing Director), Uganda Cranes head coach Johnathan McKinstry, Owek. Henry Ssekabembe Kiberu (Minister of Sports, Leisure and Recreation in the Buganda Kingdom), former players, coaches and sponsors’ representatives.Winners 2019: Airtel Male Footballer of the Year: Allan Okello (KCCA & Uganda Cranes) Airtel Female Footballer of the Year: Juliet Nalukenge (Kawempe Muslim & Crested Cranes, Uganda U-17 National Team) Airtel – FUFA Fans Team of the year: Acholi Province Airtel – FUFA Beach Soccer Player of the Year: Sulaiman Ochero (St Lawrence University & Uganda Sand Cranes) Airtel – FUFA Member Association of the Year: Uganda Beach Soccer Association (UBSA) Airtel – FUFA Fans Favourite Foreign based player of the Year: Abdul Lumala (Pyramids, Egypt & Uganda Cranes) Airtel – FUFA Upcoming Talent of the Year: Gavin Kizito Mugweri (SC Villa & Uganda U-20 National Team) Airtel – FUFA Best Squad (Team): Team of 1978 Airtel – FUFA Fair Play Award: Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) Football Club Airtel – FUFA Women Football Coach of the Year: Ayub Khalifa (Kawempe Muslim Women Football Club head coach, Assistant coach Crested Cranes, Head coach Uganda U-17 Women Team) Airtel – FUFA Male Football Coach of the Year: Shafiq Bisaso (Former Proline Head Coach) Airtel – Male Best XI: Joel Mutakubwa (GK), Paul Willa, Mustafa Kizza, John Revita, Halid Lwaliwa, Allan Kayiwa, Allan Okello, Shafiq Kagimu, Viane Ssekajugo, Mike Mutyaba, Bright Anukani Airtel – Female Best XI: Daisy Nakazkiro (GK), Florence Naziz, Shadia Nankya, Marion Amangat, Viola Namuddu, Rita Nabbosa, Phiona Nabbumba, Fauzia Najjemba, Mauren Kinavudori, Juliet Nalukenge, Nassuna Hasifa FUFA Nantameggwa Quiz Winner: Henry Lubulwa Airtel – FUFA Presidential Award – Magid Musisi (RIP).*****SOURCE: airtelfootball.ug Share on: WhatsApp Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) forward Allan Okello crowned male footballer of the year, 2019 at the Airtel FUFA Awards on Saturday. PHOTO FUFA MEDIAKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) forward Allan Okello and Kawempe Muslim’s Juliet Nalukenge have been crowned the male and female best footballers of the year, 2019 at the Airtel FUFA Awards. They took home a prize of sh1million and a car.“Last year (2018), I was here and finished second. This year, I am a winner. My brothers Mustafa and Bright, I also congratulate you for making the final short list,” Okello said.Okello beat teammate Mustafa Kizza and Proline’s Bright Anukani to the accolade.“I thank all my coaches right from my academy coach in Lira (coach Bob), coach Abdallah Mubiru (who coached me at Kibuli and took me to KCCA), coach Mike Mutebi who believed in us young players and coach Johnathan McKinstry for trusting me at the Uganda Cranes,” said Okello, who guided KCCA to the UPL league success in 2018-2019 season said.The awards were successfully held at the lavish lake side Speke Resort in Munyonyo in Kampala at the weekend under the theme “Celebrating Uganda’s Finest Footballers”. An equally ecstatic Nalukenge hailed the impact of coach Ayub Khalifa at her club (Kawempe Muslim) and the Uganda U-17 national team.“I am very happy to have won this award. I thank my coach (Ayub), my teammates, my sister Lillian and everyone who pushed me all the way,” Nalukenge said.The Airtel – FUFA Upcoming Talent of the Year was Gavin Kizito Mugweri of SC Villa and the Uganda U-20 National Team.Kizito is a defender who captained the Uganda U-17 and U-20 teams at the AFCON U-17 and CECAFA U-20 championships.Egyptian based winger Abdul Lumala of Pyramids was named the outstanding foreign based player of the year.The Uganda Cranes team of 1978, that reached the AFCON finals in the same year was named the Airtel – FUFA Best Squad (Team).Meanwhile, Shafiq Bisaso (Former Proline Head Coach) beat Mike Mutebi (KCCA) and Police’s Abdallah Mubiru as best coach
A Florida man is suing an airline, alleging that one of its employees sexually assaulted his six-year-old son while the unaccompanied minor was traveling from Brazil back to the state.The father filed the negligence lawsuit Monday against LATAM Airlines in federal court in Orlando. The complaint states that the airline did not train and supervise its employees.In addition, the lawsuit claims that the flight attendant misplaced the boy’s travel documents, making him unable to board a Florida-bound flight.The boy was then put up at a hotel, where the alleged assault took place.LATAM Airlines released a statement that it is taking the situation seriously.
The suspects arrested Wednesday were identified as Jason Lewis, 30, of Miami; Christian Diaz, 25, of Miami; Manuel Roman, 29, of Miami Beach; Edwin Guzman, 20, of Lake Worth; Alaa Ali Massri, 18, of Miami Beach; Joseph Martinez II, 28, of Miami; and Stephon Lin, 20, of Fort Worth, Texas.They are facing numerous charges, including unlawful assembly to commit a breach of peace, resisting an officer, disorderly conduct, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, incite to riot and criminal mischief.Police say their officers were assaulted, and their patrol car was damaged at the scene.“In the City of Miami, we support peaceful protests but there will be zero tolerance for those who hide behind the peaceful protesters to incite riots, damage property, and hurt members of the public or our officers,” the police department said in a statement. Miami Police say seven people were arrested for vandalizing statues of Christopher Columbus and Juan Ponce de León in the city.The arrests took place after a confrontation between protesters and police.The altercation reportedly happened after demonstrators spray-painted statues of Columbus and León in Bayfront Park, near Bayside Marketplace, with the letters “George Floyd,” “BLM,” along with a hammer and sickle.Authorities say only three of the people were wanted for the vandalism.“We gave the order, officers went in, arrested these three people. However, the crowd then turned on us,” Miami police Officer Michael Vega explains.
Submitted by Thurston County Emergency ManagementAs more rain fell in Thurston County Tuesday, more roads were added to a growing list of closures for water over the roadways. A mudslide on Prather Road SW has also lead to road closures.New closures on Wednesday, Feb. 19:Tilley Road S at the “S curves” south of Wright Road SEPrather Road SW between Lundeen Road SW and Michigan Hill Road SW due to a mudslide at Grunenfelder Road SWContinued closures from Tuesday, Feb. 18:Independence Road SW between Marble Street SW and Michigan Hill Road SWMoon Road SW at 188th Avenue SWGravel portion of Anderson Road SW north of State Route 12 “More rain is forecasted for the area off and on through Friday, and more road flooding is a possibility, so drivers should avoid all flooded roads, even if they don’t see any road closed signs,” says Thurston County Emergency Manager Kathy Estes.Reminding motorists that drowning is the number one cause of flood deaths, Estes lists the following driver safety rules:• Don’t drive on flooded roads. As little as 18 inches of water can float a small car.• Don’t drive around road barriers. The road or bridge may be washed out.• If your vehicle stalls in high water, abandon it immediately and climb to higher ground.• Don’t walk through flowing water. Six inches of moving water can knock you off your feet.• Tell a friend or relative when you leave home and where you’re going.Flood Preparedness Tips and Resources:Sign up for Thurston County Emergency Management’s Telephone Alert System for river flooding. You can also follow Thurston County Emergency Management on Facebook and Twitter.o Telephone Alert System sign-up: www.co.thurston.wa.us/em/flood/teleAlert.htmo TCEM on Facebook: ThurstonEMo TCEM on Twitter: @ThurstonEMDownload a copy of the Fall 2013 Thurston County Flood Bulletin that includes kit checklists, evacuation tips, contact numbers for government agencies and utilities, and more at http://www.co.thurston.wa.us/em/docs/FloodBulletin2013.pdf. Facebook29Tweet0Pin0 Get flood information and links, including river gage graphs and sandbagging information, on the Thurston County Emergency Management Flood Information & Assistance webpage at http://www.co.thurston.wa.us/em/Flood/FloodInfo.htm.
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JOCKEY QUOTES JOEL ROSARIO, GYPSY BLU, WINNER: “I just arrived a few hours ago (from Dubai) and I’m a little tired but I feel better now that we have a win. I thought it was going to be a little bit closer but she took her time, she’s a runner when she sees a horse in front she’s going to come after it and get it at the end. I’d like to thank Mark (Glatt) for always putting me on a lot of horses, I appreciate it. I leave tomorrow for Keeneland, but I will be back on Santa Anita Derby Day.”TRAINER QUOTESMARK GLATT, GYPSY BLU, WINNER: “She was one for one on the turf and I was really impressed with her turf race prior to the time that I had claimed her, I had another ‘Papa Clem’ that I put on the turf, a mare named Cordiality, that we did really well with when we put her on the grass and now this filly is four for four and that was pretty much the angle I was looking at.”NOTES: The winning owners are Jim Hailey and Philip WoodGypsy Blu and jockey Joel Rosario win the $100,000 Irish O’Brien Stakes, Sunday, March 31, 2019 at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia CA. © BENOIT PHOTO
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