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Idress, of Grantham Terrace, Iqbal, of Kingswood Street, Khan, of Ryan Street, and Siddique, of Southmere Drive, all pleaded guilty to a charge of affray.

Mr Moore said of their basis of plea: “It is accepted that in the course of this joint enterprise offence, a bar was produced and used.”

Mr Bashir added that Idress, who was studying an undergraduate degree in law, acknowledged he had thrown away his future in that profession,
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but described him as an “industrious” young man who had shown genuine remorse.

Emma Downing, for Iqbal, said her client had accepted his role in the “mindless violence,” for which he was “thoroughly ashamed and disappointed in himself”. She said he had been suspended from his college course upon being arrested and charged, but had since started working part time and re started his studies in Leeds.

Mohammed Nawaz, for Khan, said his client accepted his “absolutely disgraceful behaviour,” which had also seen him expelled from college, but argued that he had acted out of character.

Lorraine Harris, mitigating for Saddique, described the incident as a “horrific example of peer pressure and misplaced loyalties”. She said her client had lost his good reputation, but was now back in education and part time work away from Bradford.
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Fourteen people face a total of 48 charges after a 10 month trafficking investigation in Lunenburg County, tied to the Halifax Regional Municipality.

Yesterday around 100 officers arrested 10 people and conducted 8 residential search warrants, seizing powder and crack cocaine, prescription pills, marijuana, grow op equipment, cash and firearms.

results of Operation Hamlin will have a direct impact on Lunenburg County, as it has dismantled a main supply of illicit drugs to our streets, said Supt. Sylvie Bourassa Muise, RCMP District Policing Officer, Southwest Nova District. have a devastating impact on our community and after today, we expect to see an immediate reduction of these drugs available locally. investigation is ongoing and police anticipate additional arrests and charges

RCMP say the following four individuals will be appearing at Halifax Provincial Court todaycharged with the following:

Brian Anthony Gough, 47, Hammonds Plains

Trafficking Crack Cocaine x 3

Failure to comply with condition of undertaking / recognizance x 8

Possession of Crack Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking

Alden Norman Oliver, 51, Hammonds Plains

Trafficking Crack Cocaine x 3

Possession of Crack Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking

Farron Daryl Simms, 48, Hammonds Plains

Trafficking Crack Cocaine x 3

Possession of Crack Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking

Sean Robert Simms, 43, Hammonds Plains

Trafficking Crack Cocaine x 2

Mounties say the following nine individuals will be appearing at Bridgewater Provincial Court today on the following charges:
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Attorney for the Western District James P. Kennedy Jr. joined federal, state and local law enforcement officials at an Elmira City Hall news conference Wednesday morning to announce the arrests, which took place Tuesday andresult from a year long investigation.

U 47700 is a synthetic opioid pain medication also known on the streets as “pink” or “pinky”.

Robert Thatcher (Photo: ELMIRA POLICE DEPARTMENT PHOTO)

Thatcher and Sams were also charged with possession of firearms in furtherance of a drug trafficking ring. Banks is additionally charged with possessing with intent to distribute, and distributing furanyl fentanyl and U 47700.

Investigators are working to determine if any overdose deaths can be tied to the distribution ring, Kennedy said. If there is a link, additional federal charges can be brought, he said.

“These are dangerous drugs we’re dealing with,” Kennedy said. “People have access to different drugs that are causing overdose deaths. The investigation was begun over a year ago by the Elmira Police Department. We were contacted by Elmira police and New York state police. We added our capability to conduct the investigation. We made a number of (narcotic) purchases.”

Buy PhotoElmira Police Chief Joseph Kane urges residents to be part of the solution by speaking up about criminal activity. (Photo: Kelly Gampel / Staff Photo)

One unusual aspect of the investigation seems to be a connection to North Carolina, where some of the narcotics manufactured in Elmira ended up, Kennedy said.

Dwayne Banks (Photo: ELMIRA POLICE DEPARTMENT PHOTO)

Kennedy couldn’t comment on the possibility of additional arrests, and would only confirm the investigation is ongoing.

Officers seized more than 200 blue pills suspected to contain the controlled substances, seven firearms and ammunition, a bulletproof vest and other items.

Elmira Police Chief Joseph Kane said he couldn’t comment on what initially led police to look into the opioid ring.

But Kane said the success of the investigation underscores the importance of community involvement in law enforcement efforts, along with strong cooperation across a broad spectrum of law enforcement agencies.

“We’ve had several overdoses, significant problems with opioids and several shootings,” Kane said. “This is one of the solutions to that. We’ve worked with state and federal parties and made significant arrests. I encourage (residents) to get involved. Please call us so we can work together.”

Carlito Rios (Photo: ELMIRA POLICE DEPARTMENT PHOTO)

The suspects manufactured “tens of thousands” of tablets containing furanyl fentanyl and sold them to street level customers since last November, according to the criminal complaint.

Searches were conducted Tuesday at 23 Somerset Drive, 457 Livingston St. and 327 W. Clinton St. in Elmira, 2063 Chambers Road in Beaver Dams, and 604 S. Lehigh Ave. in Sayre.

“We want the public to be aware these pills are deadly,” said Matthew Ramarge, Drug Enforcement Administration resident agent in charge of the Rochester office. “This was a pretty sophisticated organization. Attorney William Hochul announced charges against eight people in connection with a heroin ring that stretched from Elmira to Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

HEROIN RING: Police arrest 8 in Elmira investigation

All of the suspects made initial appearances Tuesday in federal court in Rochester. Rios was released on bail, and the other three are in federal custody, Kennedy said.

Buy PhotoKevin Kelly, deputy special agent in charge of Homeland Security investigations out of Buffalo, says the “significant” case involving the drug trafficking by an Elmira group will not only be pursued on a domestic level but on an international level. Four men three from Elmira and one from Beaver Dams were arrested recently for their suspected involvement in a drug trafficking ring based in Elmira. (Photo: Kelly Gampel / Staff Photo)

Buy PhotoMatthew Ramarge, DEA resident agent in charge for Rochester, details that “tens of thousands of (furanyl fentanyl and U 47700) pills were being distributed throughout the community” during a news conference Wednesday at Elmira City Hall. (Photo: Kelly Gampel / Staff Photo)
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Four men face charges stemming from an altercation over $40 that ended in gunplay at Fairview Cemetery.

William J. Ray Jr., 24, of 1016 18th Ave.; Michael A. Luciano Jr., 22, of 110 E. Third Ave.; Devon V. Lake, 21, of 309 First Ave.; and William J. Hollen, 23, of 760 Loop Road, Hollidaysburg, are all charged with felony and misdemeanor charges that include criminal conspiracy, aggravated assault and recklessly endangering another person.

The incident took place nearly a year ago, on Feb. 17, at the cemetery. Warrants for the men arrests were issued Dec. 13. This week, three of the four suspects were arraigned on their charges with only Hollen still at large.

Luciano and Hollen also are charged with firearm not to be carried without a license, and Luciano is charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana. Feb. 17, when Altoona police officers were dispatched to the cemetery for a report of shots fired and encountered Luciano and another man, who was allegedly a witness to the incident but is not facing charges.

According to police, Luciano hands were covered in blood, and there was blood on his pants. Luciano had a black 9 mm Arsenal Makorov handgun, for which he had a bill of sale, concealed under his jacket in a holster. Police said Luciano did not have a concealed carry permit.

A check of the area by officers turned up blood spatter and three spent shell casings in the south end of the cemetery.

Luciano said he didn want to talk to officers but did admit he had a bag of marijuana in his boot.

The witness told police he wanted to talk and told police, just walked into this, and I don want any part of it, according to the charges.

Police said the witness said he met up with Luciano earlier in the evening, and their plan was to go to a party. Luciano said before the party, he and some other friends had to care of some business, which the witness didn think much about at the time. After the pair walked to the Chestnut Avenue Sheetz store, they met Ray, Lake and Hollen.

The witness told police Ray and Hollen seemed drunk and repeatedly sent texts to a man whose brother owed Lake $40.

Police would learn later from that man that he and Lake were friends, and he planned to meet Lake at Sheetz to talk about the debt,
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but when he arrived at the store, Lake was nowhere to be seen.

The man said after he got to Sheetz, he received a text message telling him to meet at Fairview Cemetery.

The witness told police that the group walked up to the cemetery as a short cut to get to the party on the 2200 block of Ninth Street. Just after they started walking through the cemetery, a dark colored Ford Explorer drove into the cemetery and parked.

As the SUV parked, Hollen allegedly told Luciano, on, Mikey, flash the piece so he knows we are hard and we mean business.

the piece so he sees that we are thug. Let him see that we are gangster, Hollen allegedly continued to tell Luciano.

According to the story told to police by the witness, the victim got out of the SUV and shook hands with Lake and the two started talking. The witness told police it was a normal conversation, and while Ray and the witness who was not charged stood near Lake and the victim, Hollen and Luciano were hiding among the trees and tombstones.

At this point, the witness said Ray started trying to antagonize the victim, and when the victim turned to face Ray, Hollen ran out from hiding and struck the victim in the forehead with the butt of a gun.

Police said the witness told them that Ray grabbed the victim by the arm while Hollen punched and began wrestling with him.

The alleged victim later told the investigating detective that he was dazed after he was hit by the butt of the gun. With his head bleeding profusely, he said he found himself blinded by blood in one eye and being grabbed after he lunged at Hollen, who was standing in front of him with the handgun leveled at his head.

When the victim broke free, Hollen allegedly started firing the gun at him.

When police talked to the alleged victim, he told the detective that as he ran after breaking free, he heard three gunshots aimed in his direction and heard Hollen yell, going to (expletive deleted) kill you. victim ran toward his parked SUV, near the entrance to the cemetery, while Hollen fired shots at him, which were also in the direction of UPMC Altoona.

The witness told police that when Hollen started shooting, he ran north through the cemetery, and a couple of minutes later, Luciano caught up with him. The witness told police that Luciano now had the gun, that his hands were bloody and that he was to return to where the shooting took place because he wanted to pick up the spent shell casings, Altoona police Detective Cpl. Terry Merritts noted in the charges.

have to get those casings. Otherwise, they will do ballistics on them and figure out that they belong to my gun, Luciano allegedly told the witness.

When Luciano walked back toward where the gun had been fired, he was confronted by Altoona police officers and taken into custody.

Luciano was arraigned Saturday and jailed but on Monday posted 10 percent of $75,000 bail. Ray was also arraigned Saturday and placed in Blair County Prison in lieu of 10 percent of $75,000. He was released on Wednesday after posting bail. His was the only photo available from the Blair County Prison. Lake turned himself in Tuesday for arraignment on the charges and was released on an unsecured $25,
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000 bond. Hollen remains at large.

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Highway 69 traffic on Wednesday after the commercial vehicle transporting them stalled and caused an outside lane of traffic to shut down.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported an outside lane was blocked to allow a local veterinarian to transport the elephants to a secondary trailer before getting them back on the road to Iowa.

Dr. Mike Voss and his wife, Faye Voss, of Voss Veterinary Clinic in Checotah, helped transport the elephants after receiving a call from D’s Wrecker Service, of Checotah,
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to request a cattle trailer.

“We went and picked them up,” Faye Voss said. “A gentleman that works at the cattle company for my husband took them to unload them.”

The elephants were transported by cattle trailer to Checotah ranch Voss Cattle Co., which is owned by the Voss family.

Faye Voss said the elephants stayed at the location until the animal’s handlers were able to arrange transportation to Iowa.

“The elephants were in good condition and they were not hurt,” Faye Voss said.

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Rhne: A father, his two teenage sons and their guide died in the French Alps on Monday after being engulfed by an avalanche at Tignes ski resort, rescue workers said.

Sources at Tignes ski school told AFP the four victims were a father, his son aged 19, a stepson aged 15 and their 60 year old guide, described as “well known and a very good skier”.

The group were snowboarding off piste only a few dozen metres (yards) from a ski lift when the avalanche hit, and staff raised the alarm immediately, officials said.

The cascade of snow and ice was some 400 metres) wide.

Around 40 rescue workers with sniffer dogs and snowploughs were deployed to search the snow for other possible victims but fears that there was a fifth casualty were later dispelled.

“We have reason to believe there are no other victims,” local official Nicolas Martenchard told reporters.

The avalanche was the deadliest of its kind in the French Alps since the start of the winter and took place at the height of Frances annual ski holidays.

Rescue workers backed by two helicopters rushed to the scene, located at an altitude of 2,
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100 metres (6,900 feet).

The avalanche risk in the area was listed as three on a scale of five on Monday.

At level three, a single skier can unleash a snowslide. Ski areas are closed when the top level of five is reached.

The ski station said it was a “slab” avalanche, caused when dense wind packed snow breaks off.

Before Monday, 13 accidents had been recorded in the Alps and Pyrenees so far this winter, claiming a total of three lives.

One of the worst avalanches in the past decade took place in the summer of 2012 in the Mont Blanc range. Nine climbers from Britain, Germany, Spain and Switzerland were killed as they tried to scale the north face of Mont Maudit, which translates as Cursed Mountain.

Avalanches can travel at speeds of up to 400 kilometres (250 miles) per hour.

The force of the impact of last months avalanche in Italy has been calculated by police as being equivalent to the three storey stone and wood structure being hit by 4,000 fully loaded trucks.
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The City of Quebec and its partners, the Centre culturel islamique de Qubec, the Commmoration citoyenne group, Universit Laval, the mosques of Quebec City and Lvis, the Diocse de Qubec and representatives of First Nations and the principal churches of Quebec City, recently announced the details of four days of activities to commemorate the tragedy of January 2017.

The tragic events that took place on the evening of January 29, 2017 cost the lives of six people and injured many others. They struck at the hearts of members of the Muslim community, but also everyone in Quebec City.

The commemorative activities that will take place from January 26 to 29,
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2018, will allow citizens to gather and show their support for the Muslim families who lost a loved one, and those who survived but who are living with the scars of the events.

On Friday, Jan. on Thursday, Jan. 25 on the Info radical Facebook page. In French only.

Also on Friday, Jan.

Saturday, Jan. The documentary Ta dernire marche dans la mosque will be shown at Universit Laval, Alphonse Desjardins pavilion (2325, rue de l’Universit). Those who arrive by car must find parking in surrounding streets,
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but there will be no parking permitted in the streets closest to the church and mosque. You are advised to take a bus or park at the top of Route de l’glise in the Sainte Foy sports complex parking lots (avenue Roland Beaudin). There is no need to register in advance.

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Rescuers found the bodies of four climbers on Mount Everest, an expedition organiser said on Wednesday, taking the season death toll to 10 as experts warn cut price mountaineering outfits are putting clients at risk.

The climbers were found inside a tent at camp four at 7,950 metres (26,085 feet) on Tuesday by a rescue team who were there to retrieve the body of a Slovak climber who died on the mountain on Sunday.

rescuers found bodies of four climbers in a tent at camp four yesterday. We don have the details of who they are or how they died yet, said Mingma Sherpa, head of Seven Summit Treks, a Kathmandu based agency that runs expeditions and rescue operations on the mountain.

Local media reported that two of the dead were foreign climbers and two were Nepali guides.

The Nepal government liaison officer stationed at base camp could not immediately be reached for confirmation.

Strong winds hit Everest on Tuesday, forcing many to abandon their summit attempts and remain in tents at camp four.

Respected mountaineering commentator Alan Arnette said it appeared the four climbers died of carbon monoxide poisoning after using camping stoves inside their tent preventable deaths that suggested both climbers and guides lacked experience.

is not just sad, it is totally irresponsible to die from carbon monoxide poisoning is to break a basic rule of camping, he wrote on his blog.

foreigners paid the to take care of them. While I promote self sufficiency, and will suggest the should have also known better, these so called Sherpa clearly did not do their job. recent years an increasing number of Kathmandu based mountaineering companies have started offering Everest climbs at a fraction of the cost of their foreign rivals, who have traditionally dominated the market for expeditions to the world highest peak.

worrying equation veteran Tim Mosedale said the rise of cut price, inexperienced companies taking ill prepared climbers to the top was a serious concern.

the years there been a huge dilution in the cumulative experience of staff whilst at the same time there been a net increase in inexperienced or poor expedition providers, six time Everest summiteer Mosedale, who runs expeditions to Everest, recently posted on Facebook.

you combine this with a decline in the amount of experience of the clients who are accepted on board it a worrying equation. year a record 373 permits were issued to foreign climbers to summit Everest from the Nepal side, with another 136 granted permission to ascend from the north face in Tibet.

Four people perished on the 8,848 metre peak over the weekend, including American doctor Roland Yearwood and Slovak climber Vladimir Strba.

Both died above the 8,000 metre mark an area known as the mountain zone where oxygen levels fall to dangerously low levels, heightening the risk of altitude sickness.

The body of Indian climber Ravi Kumar, 27, was spotted on Monday two days after he summited and then lost contact.

An Australian climber died on the Tibet side of the mountain on Sunday.

This season has also claimed the lives of legendary Swiss climber Ueli Steck and 85 year old Min Bahadur Sherchan, who died attempting to reclaim his title as the world oldest person to climb Everest.

More than 382 climbers, both foreign and Nepali, have successfully reached the summit from the south side so far this season, with at least 120 doing so from the Tibet side.

Many are still waiting to make their final push to the summit before the monsoon arrives in early June, marking the end of the short spring climbing season.
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This fountain of sculpted mermaids still stands at LC Hughes scrap metal yard in London Road and has done ever since it was as a prisoner of war camp during the Second World War.

The owners are looking for help discovering more about its history and are hoping to uncover pictures in the process.

The scrap metal yard’s technical compliance manager Gareth Hughes said: “Our scrapyard was once a prison of war camp and a small part of that resides in the form of a mermaid fountain that the Italian prisoners built during that time.

The Bicester scrapyard has been running since 1968 but the site was previously used as a camp for Italian prisoners and possibly German prisoners as well during the war.

It was known as Old Windmills Camp 632 and 653.

Online Bicester History Society describes the POWs as having worked on farms, in clay pits or maintaining the countryside.

It also notes the Italian prisoners were well known for their “artistic and craft skills” such as the surviving fountain.

An oil painting by H. Rsiring given to Major NC Kerr,
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camp commandant, in 1946 depicts the camp with several half barrel buildings,
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having housed hundreds of German prisoners.

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“More than anything, it’s a validation that we’re building something of value for the team, not just me and Alex, but for everyone at EatStreet and what we’ve built,” Howard said.

Howard and Wyler are named in the “consumer technology” category; they are believed to be the first in Wisconsin to make the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in that field.

“Matt and Alex had a vision from day one to build a pioneering, tech based business in the Midwest,” said Joe Kirgues, co founder of gener8tor, the Wisconsin business accelerator from which EatStreet graduated in 2012.

“Being named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 is reflective of their dedication to creating a successful business and solving a problem consumers care about,” Kirgues said.

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serves more than 250 metropolitan areas nationwide and has more than 1,000 employees, including delivery drivers in some cities. About 150 employees are in Madison.

The company processed restaurant meal orders for more than 1.7 million customers in the last 12 months, Howard said.

He declined to provide revenue figures and said the privately owned EatStreet is not profitable yet because it is investing revenues in its growth. EatStreet has received more than $38.5 million from investors.

Howard said making the Forbes list will raise awareness about EatStreet and get more people talking about the company.

“Any time you get recognition like this, it’s good for the company for investors, for customers, and for potential employees,” he said.

“This recognition is a big deal for us, but we hope it goes beyond that by bringing more attention to our Midwest tech community, which is vibrant and full of talent,” Howard said. “Madison is becoming more of a technology hub for startups. The city is moving in the right direction.”

Forbes said the honorees are chosen from among thousands of nominations. “This list continues to spotlight the impressive, the inspiring and the (genuinely) enviable,” the magazine said.
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