Tweet Share LocalNews Two denied bail in Scotts Head drug bust by: – April 17, 2014 Share Share Anthony Ackie, 49, of Lagoon, PortsmouthTwo men; one Dominican and a Vincentian, who were arrested in connection to a drug bust in Scotts Head on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, have been remanded in custody.Police public relations officer inspector John Carbon reported on Thursday, April 17 that the police have arrested and charged Anthony Ackie, 49, of Lagoon Portsmouth and Raphael Pompey, 55, of St. Vincent. They were charged for possession of cannabis, possession with intent to supply 307812 grams of cannabis, importation of cannabis, possession of cannabis resin, possession with intent to supply 2724 grams of cannabis resin and importation of cannabis resin. They appeared before a Roseau Magistrate’s Court on April 17, 2014 and were remanded in custody.Raphael Pompey, 55, of St. VincentThe men were arrested when members of the Drug Squad Unit of the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force conducted an anti-drug operation in Scotts Head about 8AM on Wednesday, April 16, 2014.During that operation, an open keel boat named SLICK registration number J7-178-PMH which was powered by a 75 and 85 horse power engines, 678 pounds of alleged cannabis and 6 pounds of cannabis resin (hashish) was found.The drug is estimated at over six hundred and eighty thousand dollars.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! 310 Views no discussions
Low PIM Corrugated Coaxial Cable Jumpers are Now Available from Pasternack Pasternack Enterprises, Inc, a leading global supplier of RF and microwave products, has expanded its line of high performance, low PIM corrugated coaxial cable jumpers. The new 1/2”coaxial jumpers are used on many RF communications applications that benefit from low PIM. Examples of these applications include tower top jumpers, shelter/cabinet jumpers, antenna feed lines and 2 way land mobile radio installations. The new 1/2” corrugated coax jumpers from Pasternack are perfect for runs when, low PIM, low VSWR, low insertion loss, and/or RF Isolation are critical. Pasternack coaxial jumpers are 100% RF tested for PIM and VSWR, ensuring optimum installed performance. Low PIM coax cable jumpers from Pasternack are fabricated with advanced soldering technology incorporating specially designed connectors, providing a durable assembly resulting in years of superior PIM and VSWR performance. The jumper cable assemblies have an injection molded boot on each connector which provides added strain relief and weather sealing ensuring long term durability. Available in 1/2” flexible and 1/2”superflexible coax cables, Pasternack coaxial jumpers can be ordered in standard and custom lengths with 7/16 DIN and Type N connectors to meet your specific requirements. “Our expanded inventory of 1/2” corrugated coax jumpers add to the breadth and depth of our wireless infrastructure product base,” says Gerry Camacho, VP of Technical Services at Pasternack Enterprises, Inc. “These new low PIM cable assemblies provide Pasternack customers in the telecommunications, satellite and microwave markets with products featuring industry leading performance and same day shipment worldwide.”
Earlier this year, Anokiwave introduced the AWMF-0108 – The world’s first commercially available Ka-band quad core IC for 5G. It has been named the best new communications product for 2016 by Electronic Design.The AWMF-0108 from Anokiwave is a highly integrated silicon quad core IC for 5G phase array applications. It operates from 27.5 GHz to 30 GHz and supports four Tx/Rx radiating elements. It includes all requisite beam steering controls for 5 bit phase and gain control, and operates in half duplex fashion to enable a single antenna to support both Tx and Rx operation. This device provides 24 dB gain and +9 dBm output power during transmit mode and 31 dB coherent gain, 5.0 dB NF, and -28 dBm IIP3 during receive mode. Additional features include gain compensation over temperature, temperature reporting, Tx power telemetry, and fast beam switching using eight on-chip beam weight storage registers. It features ESD protection on all pins, operates from +1.8 V and is packaged in a 48 lead 6×6 mm PQFN for easy installation in planar phased array antennas.Low cost beamforming is one of the core requirements for the successful deployment of 5G. Commercially viable beamforming will require IC solutions with increased functional density and capability within a single die/package, thus enabling large-scale planar arrays. Anokiwave is well positioned for this market with products available now for early 5G trials.
Erik Buell is back with and electric bike and motorcycle, this time.It was Buell who designed the chassis for the Harley-Davidson FXR, which became known as the best-handling Big Twin Harley of all time. He would later found the Buell Motorcycle Company, acting as the Chairman and Chief Technical Officer. The company produced naked sportbikes, using hotted-up Harley Sportster 1200 engines.In 1998, Harley-Davidson bought out 98% of the shares of the company.Buell left the Motor Company as he wasn’t happy to be restricted. Harley closed down the Buell subsidiary in 2009 amidst the financial crisis.But that wasn’t the end of Buell. Shortly after leaving Harley, he launched Erik Buell Racing (EBR). He soon introduced the EBR 1190RS, 1190RX and 1190SX. The engines of these were fettled to produce 185 bhp and 142 Nm of torque!India’s HeroGroup then bought 42.5% of the company’s shares in 2013 but poor sales resulted in the company being liquidated.But like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Buell’s back again. This time, he teamed up with Formula E supplier Spark Racing to build the new motorcycle and bicycle.The new company Fuell as a nod to the engineer. The e-motorcycle is known as the Flow while the bicycle is called the Fluid.There are two versions of the Flow. The first is powered by a 11 kW or 35 kW wheel-mounted motor. There is also a 49-litre storage space inside the bike. A fully digital dash integrates all the systems.Fuell claims the Flow will be priced around USD 10,995. That sounds a lot but it’s still better than the price of most other electric motorcycles.–Ads– Erik Buell is back with an electric bike and motorcycle. The new company is called Fuell. The e-motorcycle is called the Flow, while the bicycle is the Fluid.
The club has received an initial allocation of 1,018 tickets for the Elland Road encounter, which will be played on Saturday, November 24th (3pm kick-off).TICKET PRICESAdult – £37Senior 60+/Aged 16-22 – £25Under-16 – £16Under-11 – £8Ambulant disabled and wheelchair-using supporters will be charged £25 and will receive a free carer tickets; concession tickets will be charged the relevant price category.Tickets go off sale on Friday, November 23rd at 2pm.*prices are exclusive of fees.SALES PROCEDURESeason card holders get the first chance to purchase from 10am tomorrow, online only. Sales begin on the phones from Monday (November 5th).Forever Bristol members can purchase from Wednesday, November 7th, with general sale commencing from Monday, November 12th.Season card holders online – Friday, November 2nd at 10amSeason card holders phone – Monday, November 5th at 10amForever Bristol members online – Wednesday, November 7th at 10amForever Bristol member phone – Friday, November 9th at 10amGeneral sale online – Monday, November 12th at 10amGeneral sale phone – Wednesday, November 14th at 10amCATSCoaches will be departing Ashton Gate at 8am, with supporters able to park on site. Seats cost £28 for season card holders, £33 for all others.PARKING AT LEEDSDisabled supporters are advised to use car park B as it is close to the main entrance. Blue badge holders do not have to pay, but spaces are extremely limited and are issued on a first-come, first-served basis.HEADSETSHeadsets for match commentary are available for visually impaired supporters. A £20 deposit is required. Headsets must be booked in advance by contacting Leeds DLO on 0113 367 6178.
Corey Batey listens as attorneys challenge the tactics of police in the Vanderbilt rape investigation on Wednesday. Corey Batey sits with family members during a break in the Vanderbilt Rape case on Wednesday Oct. 8, 2014, in Nashville in Tenn. Attorneys Fletcher Long and Worrick Robinson talk with defendants Brandon Vandenburg and Corey Batey during a motions hearing on Wednesday in Nashville. Judge Monte Watkins listens to testimony Wednesday. Corey Batey is sworn in onWednesday Oct. 8, 2014, in Nashville in Tenn. Judge Monte Watkins listens to Coach James Franklin’s testimony via Skype on Wednesday Oct. 8, 2014, in Nashville. A separate sex assault investigation at Gillette Hall at Vanderbilt University surfaced in court Thursday during a hearing for four former football players indicted on rape charges.The four ex-players are charged in what police said was the rape of an unconscious 21-year-old female student in a second-floor Gillette dorm room on June 23, 2013.One night before, in the early hours of June 22, something happened on the sixth floor that also prompted a separate police investigation, defense attorneys and a city prosecutor said in court.That allegation didn’t lead to charges.But defense attorneys for indicted ex-player Brandon Vandenburg want to learn more about what happened June 22. That’s because they said two of his June 23 co-defendants — Jaborian McKenzie and Brandon Banks — were involved in “very similar conduct” both nights.More:Campus forcible sex crime statisticsMore: Vanderbilt works to change culture of sexual violenceThat claim was quickly denied by Banks’ attorney, Mark Scruggs, who told The Tennessean that despite an allegation that surfaced, no crime was committed June 22. No one has been charged related to that night.He said Banks was not involved in what was happening on the sixth floor of Gillette Hall on June 22, which he said he understood to be consensual sex involving other people.“Banks was not involved in any illegal activity the night before,” Scruggs said. “There was not a crime.”McKenzie’s attorney, Jodie Bell, declined to discuss the case at all.McKenzie, Banks, Vandenburg and Cory Batey each face multiple counts of aggravated rape in the June 23 case.Students spoke of two nightsAlbert Perez Jr., defense attorney for Vandenburg, raised the June 22 investigation in court Thursday. He wants police records of the case and said the defense team wants to know why the case didn’t lead to charges.Assistant District Attorney Tom Thurman answered Perez, confirming an investigation but saying there was insufficient evidence to move forward and an uncooperative alleged victim.“There was a complaint made by the father of a girl and then they completely stopped cooperating,” Thurman said.In-depth: Vanderbilt’s evolving sex assault policyHe said the alleged victim might be 17 years old, which could affect which records could be made public.Defense attorneys said they’re trying to learn whether McKenzie and Banks have reached agreements with prosecutors in exchange for testimony against Vandenburg.Thurman denied making deals with Banks or McKenzie. Scruggs, the attorney for Banks, also said there have been no such agreements.A database of reported sexual assaults on Vanderbilt’s campus obtained by The Tennessean includes an entry for forcible rape on South Drive on June 22, the date described in court. It is listed as “open,” according to Metro police. South Drive is the nearest street to Gillette Hall on Vanderbilt’s campus.Perez said some student-athletes interviewed in the June 23 rape investigation made statements about June 22 activities and at times became confused about which incident they were being asked about.The separate investigation from the same weekend in Gillette Hall surfaced in a hearing in front of Judge Monte D. Watkins, during which attorneys worked through several motions about what evidence will be permitted at trial.The first three hours of the hearing Thursday were closed to the public and media under the state’s Rape Shield Law.Reach Tony Gonzalez at 615-259-8089 and follow him on Twitter for live updates @tgonzalez.THURSDAY’S TESTIMONY• Metro police detectives give a different version of their investigation from that offered by former Vanderbilt football player Brandon Vandenburg.• Vandenburg’s defense lawyers introduce a separate incident that occurred the night before, which prosecutors say was investigated as a reported sexual assault.WHAT HAPPENS NEXTJudge Monte Watkins is expected to rule next week on evidence questions and whether defendants will be tried together.
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The University of Minnesota men’s hockey team completed a two-game sweep of Niagara University on Saturday.The Gophers outscored the Purple Eagles 4-2 and outshot them 30-22. Sammy Walker, Brandon McManus, Nathan Burke, and Scott Reedy each scored for Minnesota. Jared Moe made 20 saves and allowed two goals.The Gophers improve to 3-1 and will host UMD on Friday. Pre-game starts at 6:30 p.m. on AM 1390 Granite City Sports. Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip Auto (360p) 360p About Connatix V56490 About Connatix V56490 1080p HD 720p HD 1/1
“I misunderstood the problem and only realised the situation when the doctor arrived at the bench,” Sarri added.“He understood I asked for a change for his physical problem. He said, ‘I haven’t a physical problem’ and he was right.”“Kepa was right but (behaved) in the wrong way, I think. I was really angry but then I realised everything when the doctor arrived.“I thought Kepa had cramp but then the doctor explained to me that it wasn’t cramp.”Kepa has also insisted that the incident was a misunderstanding and that he was simply reassuring Sarri that he was fit to continue rather than seeking to undermine him.“First of all, I have to say it was misunderstood,” Kepa told Chelsea’s website.“In no moment was it my intention to disobey, or anything like that with the boss. Just that it was misunderstood, because I had been attended to by the medics twice, and he thought that I wasn’t in condition to continue.“It was two or three minutes of confusion until the medics got to the bench, and they explained everything well.“It was misunderstood. Because he thought I couldn’t continue, and – fundamentally – I was trying to say that physically I was fine.“I know if you see it from outside, I don’t know how it went out, it is not the best image. I have spoken with the boss. I think it was misunderstood.“I understand that on television, on social media, they’re talking about this but I am here to explain it, to say that it wasn’t my intention to go against the manager.“We have spoken now, and I was only trying to say I’m fine. He thought I wasn’t fine.” Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Embed from Getty Images Maurizio Sarri and Kepa Arrizabalaga have both sought to play down an extraordinary incident during the Carabao Cup final at Wembley.Chelsea lost to Manchester City on penalties after keeper Kepa had refused to go off when under-pressure head coach Sarri tried to replace him with a couple of minutes of extra time remaining.Kepa, who has been nursing a hamstring problem, appeared to be struggling so Sarri had Willy Caballero ready to come on.AdChoices广告Despite his boss’ protestations on the touchline, Kepa would not leave the pitch.Sarri was clearly furious – but he insisted after the game that the incident was “a big misunderstanding” and that Kepa was simply making it clear he was fit to continue.Embed from Getty Images See also:Chelsea v Manchester City player ratingsKepa fined and apologises for Wembley fiascoSarri insists he is ‘fully in control’ at ChelseaSarri to ‘send a message’ with decision on whether Kepa playsSarri issues defence of Azpilicueta amid criticism of Chelsea captain
Paddy Power to reopen English & Irish betting shops in Royal Ascot week June 10, 2020 Share Share Related Articles Irish bookmakers to reopen on 29 June May 28, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Irish bookmakers demand clarity on reopening orders June 17, 2020 Embattled Irish betting operator SeanieMac is seeking funds to continue its business having accumulated losses of £10 million (€7.6 million).The Belfast Telegraph reports that SeanieMac governance is seeking financial aid from outside investors, with the company warning that if it cannot raise more capital, it will be forced to close its business.In its latest market update (released 15 August), SeanieMac CEO Garreth Core detailed that the company is working on the launch of its new betting and casino platform with gambling technology provider OPTIMA.SeanieMac governance stated that its new platform would be launched in September, at present the company is taking no bets on its website due to its ongoing platform migration.Launched in 2013 by Donegal businessman Sean McEniff, SeanieMac aimed to become the leading online bookmaker for Irish Sports.At present SeanieMac governance has made no official comment on its current financial position.