Beer Plus Nap Equals DWI

first_imgSouthold Town Police probably did a double take when they passed a 2014 Dodge Ram parked on Route 58 with the engine running and someone in the driver’s seat at around 7:13 AM on Sunday, May 12.They said Nelson Coreas-Fuentes of Greenport was indeed dozing, and a can of Corona White was clearly visible in the truck cab. Police said they ascertained Coreas-Fuentes had been drinking excessively and charged him with driving while intoxicated. He was processed and held for arraignment.Two mornings earlier, Daniel Scalia of Cutchogue was arrested on the same charge. Police said Scalia was headed northbound on Skunk Lane when he apparently lost control of his vehicle and struck a concrete pillar/driveway. He also mowed down several mailboxes before finally coming to a halt. Scalia allegedly tried to flee the scene but police spotted him near Eugene’s Road and took him into custody.Police have been looking for whomever has been rifling through parked cars in Greenport Village for the better part of a year. They received a tip in April and made an arrest on May 12. Sheryl Davis, 50, a local woman, was implicated in the theft of some loose change from an unlocked vehicle on April 11. She is suspected of “multiple larcenies” and the investigation is continuing.A Montauk man went on quite the shopping spree at Rite Aid on Route 25 in Mattituck on the morning of May 13, police said. The trouble was he allegedly didn’t pay for the goodies. Vincent Liebenow had a treasure trove of makeup, including lip gloss, eyeliner, and mascara — 32 items in all, according to police. A staff member noticed and police were called — they said they located Liebenow at a nearby bus stop. Police did not itemize charges lodged against him.rmurphy@indyeastend.com Sharelast_img read more

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Riverhead Rally in Support of NYPD Slated for September

first_imgPlans are underway for a “Back the Blue” rally in Riverhead as a show of support for New York City police officers on September 12.Gary Brodman, a Riverhead resident, said in a Facebook event he created that NYPD officers “have their hands full with a surge of criminal activity, and they need our support during these trying times.” He put the event together to show support.“We don’t have to live in the city to show our NYPD that we have their back. This is New York, and we all know that when trouble comes our way, we have each other’s back…regardless of where we reside in this state,”  Brodman wrote.A “Back the Blue” rally has been planned for the weekend before, on September 5, in Southampton Village to show support for all police and law enforcement agencies, as well as the Armed Forces.The Riverhead rally on September 12 will be held at the Peconic Riverfront from 1 to 6 p.m.All are welcome. “There will be no discrimination or hate welcome at this event whatsoever, and anyone displaying any such behavior will be asked to leave,” he said.Brodman asked that the link to the Facebook event be shared “so we can display a huge amount of support to our NYPD and law enforcement in our great little Town of Riverhead! We have amazing people in this Town, and we can make a difference!”Participants will be required to wear a mask when they cannot socially-distance, he said.More details will be announced in the coming weeks.taylor@indyeastend.com Sharelast_img read more

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Not with a bang but a whimper

first_imgSubscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our community Stay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to building.co.ukBreaking industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletters To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGIN Subscribe now for unlimited access Get your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAYlast_img read more

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Niedersachsen seaports bid farewell to a tough year

first_imgCargo throughput at the port of Brake decreased 18.5 percent over the previous year, but the port is confident that shipments for the wind energy sector will continue to grow as they did in 2009 by 35.5 percent – 58,259 tonnes compared to 42,973 tonnes in 2008.In Cuxhaven, general cargo declined by 11 percent (1,373 million tonnes in 2009 compared to 1,546 million tonnes in 2008).last_img

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Special ships fly with Liebherr

first_imgThe ships in question are known as cogs and first appeared in the 10th century, and were widely used from around the 12th century. They are fitted with a single mast and a square-rigged single sail.The H.N.Krane LTM 110-5.2 was used to lift the cogs from the water for storage on dry land, ahead of the winter season.In spring next year, H.N. Krane will again deploy a Liebherr crane to return the cogs, which weigh around 22 tonnes, to the water.For over 25 years, mobile cranes from H.N. Krane have been mobilised twice per year to hoist the cog boats used in the Störtebeker theatre production; the cranes are also used to erect a large number of sets that comprise the stage on Rugen.The Rostock-based company has also acquired a Liebherr LTM 1090-4.2 crane, bringing its total fleet to around 40 mobile cranes.www.liebherr.comwww.hn-krane.delast_img read more

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Real Madrid To Face Who At The Third Straight UCL Final?

first_imgKarim Benzema scored twice at the Bernabeu yesterday to lift Real Madrid to a 2-2 draw with Bayern Munich and 4-3 on aggregate on a night filled with drama and all that makes football the beautiful game.Yesterday’s win took the defending champions to their third straight final in the competition in which they hold the records as the most successful club. But it was not an easy night for the Zinedine Zidane side.Bayern Munich came into the game determined to right the wrongs they committed in the first leg, which they lost 1-2 at home in Munich. And they gave their fans a lot of hope in the third minute when Joshua Kimmich opened scores for the Bavarians.However, Benzema drew Madrid level eight minutes later through a powerful header that left goalkeeper Sven Ulreich floundering.Ulreich made a monumental mistake in the 46th minute that gifted Benzema a second goals and one leg in the final.James Rodriguez, whom is on loan from Real Madrid, restored parity, but Bayern could not find the one more goal they needed to end Madrid’s two-year reign as European champions.The German giants were left to rue a string of errors and missed chances over the two legs as they were dumped out of the competition by Spanish opposition for the fifth year in a row, while Madrid will now have the chance to become the first team since Bayern themselves in 1976 to win the trophy three years in a row when they face either Liverpool or Roma in the final.last_img read more

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Wolves Loss Sums Things Up – Pack

first_imgCity have lost seven of their last eight matches in the Sky Bet Championship, although all but one of those defeats have been by a one-goal margin.The latest came at Molineux, where City led 2-1 at the break, before being overturned to lose 3-2 – despite being denied a last-gasp equaliser with the last kick of the game.“It sums up how things are going for us right now,” a disappointed Pack told Bristol City Player HD.“Things are not going in our favour. I thought it had crossed the line at the end to get us a draw. It looks tight on the match video.“We were 2-1 up away from home and we have to do better to see games out.“We seemed to start the second half well; it’s difficult – do you shut up shop or go out for a third goal to kill it?“It feels like the luck isn’t going our way. I know we can affect that and hopefully it will turn sooner rather than later.”He added: “We’ve done enough in a lot of games recently to earn more points than we’ve actually managed to get on the board.“Ultimately we haven’t taken enough chances and we’ve conceded soft goals.“The boys know how important the Ipswich game is now. We need to assess what we’ve done wrong and put it right.”Tickets for City’s New Year clash with Reading remain on general sale. Buy online now or call 0117 963 0600.last_img read more

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Become A Bristol City Women Sister Club

first_img“We really enjoyed the training visit from Georgia Evans to our training ground.” – Longwell Green Sports JFC.Bristol City Women’s midfielder and Welsh International Georgia Evans who ran the coaching sessions for the Sister Clubs last year commented: “The Sister Club programme is a great way for Bristol City Women to develop even stronger links with girl’s clubs and inspire the next generation of players in Bristol and the surrounding area.“I am looking forward to working directly with our new Sister Clubs and I know the rest of the players are looking forward to welcoming them at our games throughout the season.”In 2015 FA WSL attendances rose 48 per cent on the previous season, with the average league attendance per match reaching 1,076.Deadline is the end of February!To find out more about becoming a Bristol City Women’s FC Sister Club, contact Estelle Randall via estelle.randall@bristolcitywfc.co.uk. The FA has launched a new Sister Club Programme ahead of the new FA Women’s Super League 2017/18 season.More than £100,000 has been invested by the FA into the programme, which aims to drive girl’s participation at grassroots level and attendances at FA WSL matches. The Sister Club Programme will see girls’ clubs around the country become affiliated with their local FA WSL club. For the exchange of a fee, grassroots clubs can gain access to match tickets, player appearances, coaching sessions led by Bristol City Women players, camps, mascot spaces, and so much more. “We have all loved coming down to some games and having player appearances.” – Dursley Town Girls.last_img read more

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Bubble Tracker: Six teams likely to be snubbed on Selection Sunday

first_imgIndiana Hoosiers guard Nick Zeisloft reacts during the first half in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament against the Maryland Terrapins at United Center. —Caylor Arnold, USA TODAY SportsWyoming became a thorn in every bubble team’s side on Saturday when it surprisingly won the Mountain West Conference tournament, becoming this year’s first true bid thief.UConn, a team that likely has no shot of making the NCAAs without a victory in today’s American Athletic Conference tournament final against SMU, could similarly shake up the projected field.But like BYU, which submitted its final result to the committee on Tuesday with a loss in the West Coast Conference final, five other teams are sitting tight today and waiting to hear their NCAA tournament fates. Bubble Tracker conference-by-conference breakdowns of the strength and weaknesses of borderline teams. Data as of March 14. (Results/records shown are against Division I opponents only). Removed from consideration: Richmond, Texas A&M, Old Dominionhttp://imgur.com/N90EdpVIn: SMU Probable: Cincinnati Bubble Team résumés (IN) Temple: 23-10 (13-5) 34 RPI 60 SoSThe Good: Win vs. Kansas and CincinnatiThe Bad: Loss vs. UNLV and St. Joseph’sNeed for at-large: Solid profile, just need to hope the big win against Kansas is enough. (OUT) Tulsa: 22-9 (14-4), 46 RPI, 88 SoSThe Good: Win vs. Temple (twice)The Bad: Loss vs. Oral Roberts and Division II Southeast Oklahoma State.Need for at-large: Hope the committee doesn’t subconsciously consider that glaring D-II loss.http://imgur.com/hKFUuBT In: Virginia, Duke, North Carolina, Louisville, Notre Dame Probable: N.C. State Bubble Team résumés (OUT) Miami: 21-12 (10-8), 65 RPI, 71 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. Illinois, Duke, N.C. State, Syracuse and PittsburghThe Bad: Losses vs. Eastern Kentucky, Florida State and Georgia TechNeed for at-large: Hope the committee thinks the Duke win is enough for an at-large.http://imgur.com/9jJv8XH In: VCU Probable: Dayton, Davidson Bubble: Nonehttp://imgur.com/8ih4ZvF In: Villanova, Butler, Providence, Georgetown, St. JohnsProbable: Xavier Bubble: Nonehttp://imgur.com/HeJMnM3 In: Wisconsin, MarylandProbable: Ohio State, Iowa, Michigan State Bubble Team résumés (IN) Purdue: 21-12 (12-6), 54 RPI, 56 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. BYU, N.C. State, Iowa, Indiana (twice), Ohio State and IllinoisThe Bad: Losses vs. North Florida, Vanderbilt, Gardner-Webb and MinnesotaNeed for at-large: Hope the committee thinks they’ve done enough. (IN) Indiana: 20-13 (9-9), 60 RPI, 26 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. SMU, Butler, Pittsburgh, Ohio State, Illinois and MarylandThe Bad: Losses vs. Eastern Washington and NorthwesternNeed for at-large: Hope the committee thinks they’ve done enough.http://imgur.com/zEgCZg9 In: Kansas, Iowa State, West Virginia, Baylor, Oklahoma Probable: Oklahoma State Bubble Team résumés (IN) Texas: 20-12 (8-10), 42 RPI, 15 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. Iowa, West Virginia and BaylorThe Bad: No bad lossesNeed for at-large: They needed to be competitive against Iowa State, and they were, losing on a buzzer beater.http://imgur.com/mgcdTpRIn: San Diego State, WyomingProbable: None Bubble Team résumés (IN) Colorado State: 26-6 (13-5), 30 RPI, 114 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. San Diego State and Boise StateThe Bad: Loss vs. New MexicoNeed for at-large: Nothing about their profile jumps out as great or horrible, but they do have a solid record. They need to hope the committee rewards them for that. (IN) Boise State: 23-8 (14-4), 41 RPI, 118 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. Colorado State, Saint Mary’s and San Diego StateThe Bad: Losses vs. Loyola-Chicago, Utah State, Wyoming and Fresno StateNeed for at-large: They did what was needed, but that was not factoring in bid thieves. Now we have one, and maybe a second today. Could be tense for them today.http://imgur.com/t3lqHac In: Arizona, Utah Probable: Oregon Bubble: None.http://imgur.com/n9ggPdSIn: Kentucky, Arkansas Probable: LSU Bubble team résumés (IN) Georgia: 21-11 (11-7), 38 RPI, 38 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. Ole Miss (twice) and Texas A&MThe Bad: Losses vs. Georgia Tech, South Carolina (twice) and AuburnNeed for at-large: They should be safe, but as of today have zero top-50 wins. That could hurt them. (OUT) Ole Miss: 20-12 (11-7), 56 RPI, 51 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. Cincinnati, Oregon, Arkansas, and Texas A&MThe Bad: Losses vs. TCU, Charleston Southern, Western Kentucky and VanderbiltNeed for at-large: Needed to have a win in first SEC tourney game and didn’t, they also needed no bid thieves, there has been at least one.http://imgur.com/vdftaLFIn: Gonzaga, Wichita State Probable: None Bubble team résumés (IN) BYU: 23-9 (13-5), 36 RPI, 74 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. Stanford, UMass, Saint Mary’s and GonzagaThe Bad: Loss vs. Pepperdine (twice) and San DiegoNeed for at-large: Their chances now depend on UConn in the AAC final – a UConn win and they might be the team that falls out, nothing they can do but wait.*** Note: All RPI and statistical data is used from WarrenNolan.com. About our bracketologist: Shelby Mast has been projecting the field since 2005 and has finished as one of the top five national bracketologists for his website, Bracket W.A.G. He’s predicted for The Indianapolis Star and collegeinsider.com and is an inaugural member of the Super 10 Selection Committee. Follow him on Twitter @BracketWag.ALL THE NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAMS 2. Brigham Young (25-9, 13-5): If defending champion UConn wins (a very strong possibility), BYU will be the team that pays the price. One thing the selection committee will examine — how many wins does a team have against other tournament teams — is what could doom the Cougars. They have one. Yes, it was against No. 7 Gonzaga, but when considering the full body of work, it wouldn’t be fair to toss this team in because of one victory and the fact that they’re hot. Otherwise, Miami (Fla.) should get the same consideration for beating Duke. 3. Tulsa (22-10, 14-4): The selection committee isn’t supposed to consider games against non-Division I opponents, but that D-II loss to Southeast Oklahoma State on the Golden Hurricane’s home floor will stand out like red wine on white carpet. If Tulsa had a more secure résumé — its best win came against Temple, and its SoS is in the 80s — it would be a different story. But Saturday’s loss to UConn was a make-or-break game.4. Mississippi (20-12, 11-7): For a while, SEC bubble teams seemed relatively safe. Conference tournament week has helped shove Texas A&M out of the running, and now the Rebels have shifted to the first four out. Ole Miss needed to win a game in the SEC tournament or at least dodge bid thieves based on its profile and did neither. 5. UCLA (20-13, 11-7): The Bruins have grown up, with five players averaging double figures, and they looked NCAA-worthy in their Pac-12 semifinal loss against Arizona. But UCLA will jump out as a notable snub this season.6. Murray State (27-5, 16-0): Some won’t consider Murray State’s inevitable omission from the field a snub, but Racers coach Steve Prohm surely will. His case is a 25-game win streak and the fact that they can compete in the NCAAs. But the committee is going to see quantity and not quality, and that’s why the Racers are unlikely to make the NCAA field. USA TODAY SPORTS WIRENCAA tournament bracketology: Final look at field of 68 on Selection Sundaycenter_img USA TODAYNCAA tournament: Selection Sunday start time, lineup, TV info Hours away from the NCAA tournament selection show,they are the six teams that likely will still be waiting to hear their name from Greg Gumbel as the show concludes and ultimately have to settle for the NIT.1. Indiana (20-13, 9-9): Other media outlets have the Hoosiers currently out, but with three quality wins against top-20 RPI teams, it’s difficult to imagine the committee snubbing this power program. However, every year there’s a team that headlines the snubbed list despite its résumé seemed like a lock. Last year It was SMU. We think there’s a chance it could be Indiana this year. The Big Ten isn’t as strong as it usually is (fourth-best RPI), and Indiana’s exclusion would show the committee noticed.last_img read more

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NFS caretaker clarifies cause of field invasion

first_imgThe general manager of the Oil Search National Football Stadium, Lee Pokarop, last night issued a statement clarifying the circumstances that led to spectators invading the field of play during the Prime Minister’s XII rugby league match on Saturday. Pokarop said: “At a point during the first half of the match, some spectators observed the movement of clouds high up above the light tower on the North West corner of the stadium. The relative movement of the cloud formation behind the stationary light tower gave the illusion of the light tower moving/falling towards them. “The timing of this observation coincided with a Kumul player being substituted. As the Kumul player was leaving the field of play he looked up to see what the spectators were looking at. Seeing the same illusion as the spectators he then pointed up at the tower with visible concern evident on his face. “Because he was being observed by a large number of spectators in the North West and North East stands, this concern was inadvertently amplified, creating a chain reaction of panic in spectators who genuinely (but mistakenly) believed the light tower was about to fall on them. “This had a domino effect that resulted in large numbers of spectators instinctively seeking the quickest means to avoid the perceived threat – and that was enter the field of play. “A small number of unaffected spectators in the North Stand took advantage of this situation and entered the field of play to try to interact with players on the field.” Pokarop said the disruption was brought under control, following a coordinated effort from police, security, the spectators themselves and venue staff. “After the perceived threat had passed, and calm had been restored, the spectators were directed back to their seats and the game was able to resume. This interruption to the game spanned under 10 minutes.” Pokarop said the Oil Search National Football Stadium commended the spirit and cooperation of the spectators who were involved in the incident for their goodwill and support in enabling the game to resume and run to completion without further incident. He said the catalyst that triggered the crowd panic resulting in this match interruption was highly unusual, but understandable as it was a perceived threat. “The Oil Search National Football Stadium holds the safety of its spectators and staff in the highest regard,” he said. “We will continue to strive to uphold the highest customer service, safety, and behavioural standards that our valued customers, partners and stakeholders expect.”last_img read more

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