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The road to another North American Soccer League playoff berth commences Sunday afternoon in Florida for FC Edmonton. FC Edmonton will then host the Armada in their home opener on April 8 at Clarke Stadium.

squad is raring to go, the fitness levels in England were very good, but they will be tested to the maximum this weekend, said FC Edmonton head coach Colin Miller. go from this temperature here in Edmonton to there, where it will be hot, plus the humidity, that going to be the biggest factor. The team is playing very confident at the moment, they are training very well and I very excited to see how it all fits together. Edmonton returned in high spirits after a two week tour of England where they played four exhibition games against professional clubs.

FC Edmonton defeated Wigan Athletic FC Reserves 2 0, lost 2 1 to Burnley FC U 23, defeated Newcastle United FC Reserves 5 1 and lost to 4 0 to Stoke City U 23.

Overall, the trip was very productive for Miller and his side, who hope to use the exhibition schedule as a springboard to a strong start in league play.

Manchester trip, we built a lot of confidence, we saw that we match up well against some top quality opposition, FC Edmonton midfielder Ben Fisk said. feeling confident, but don want to get too ahead of ourselves. It a long season, but with the three draws last weekend on opening weekend of the (NASL) season, it an opportunity for us to go down there, hopefully get the three points, and start the season off on a high. NASL season began a week ago with six of the eight teams in action. FC Edmonton and Jacksonville are the last two teams to kick off their season.

have made one or two changes, Miller said. are being run by the league at this moment and time, so their resources are pretty stretched down there because the league is funding them. They had an indifferent preseason, they won a few games, but they haven played the same calibre of opposition that we have played. season the NASL has a different look with Minnesota United FC, the Tampa Bay Rowdies and Ottawa Fury leaving the league. The San Francisco Deltas are new to the league this season, which will again feature a split season format with 16 games in each the Spring and Fall Season.

have to genuine believe we can go down to Jacksonville and get the three points (for a win), Miller said. guys are excited about it. We be very well prepared going there. are going into the year off their best season to date. The club qualified for the NASL playoffs for the first time since the league went to a split season format in 2013.

FC Edmonton finished third in the Spring Season last year, a point off the leaders and then third in the Fall Season standings.

Edmonton went on to face the Indy Eleven in the league semifinal, losing 1 0 in Indianapolis. Heading into this season, the initial goal for Edmonton is to host a playoff game, and from there, work towards an NASL championship.

Unlike last season, however, FC Edmonton won be underestimated by the rest of the league, which includes heavy spenders like the New York Cosmos, Indy Eleven and Miami FC.

think it goes both ways, Fisk said. think last year we kind of played like an underdog, so I think this year we can kind of go out in games, take control and impose ourselves in games. Teams are going to expect a bit more from us and be ready for us. For me personally, I excited for it and I think the rest of the guys are as well.
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The Maui News County Liquor Director Glenn Mukai said Tuesday that a visit by an FBI agent to its Wailuku offices Monday was a audit of the department fingerprinting operations. was a routine audit of the Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center. provided the statement in response to a story published in The Maui News on Tuesday about an FBI agent seen examining numerous documents in the office of former Deputy Director Mark Honda. It was not known what the FBI visit involved, and phone calls to Mukai office were not returned Monday.

When asked about the agent at the liquor department,
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an FBI official said Monday that the bureau could not confirm or deny the existence of an investigation.

The department has been criticized for fingerprinting officials of nonprofit organizations seeking single event liquor licenses over the past year. The practice which also included criminal background checks, Social Security number collection and other requirements began sometime early last year but has been scaled back since.
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The FBI and TBI search the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office.I Team investigations ultimately lead to Rutherford Co. raidsI Team investigations ultimately lead to Rutherford Co. raidsUpdated: Nov 19, 2015 06:59 PM2016 05 27 21:44:03 GMTThe Channel 4 I Team first reported on Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold’s questionable deals that prompted citizen outrage.The Channel 4 I Team first reported on Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold’s questionable deals that prompted citizen outrage.The FBI and the TBI searched the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office and Sheriff Robert Arnold’s house in connection to an ongoing investigation.Susan Niland, public information officer with the TBI, said they are investigating possible public corruption involving “multiple targets” within the sheriff’s office.The five locations that were searched on Thursday include Arnold’s house in Murfreesboro and two homes of Administrative Chief Deputy Joe Russell, one of which is next door to Arnold’s home. Russell’s other home is on Riverbend Drive.The fourth location is the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office, where FBI and TBI agents were seen carrying out boxes on Thursday morning. Agents said they are looking for documents and digital evidence that would indicate any possible wrongdoing.Agents also searched the headquarters of JailCigs in Marietta, GA. The company is owned in part by the sheriff’s aunt and uncle.”We take allegations of public corruption very seriously, as do our partners at the TBI, and it’s important that we consider that all parties are considered innocent until proven guilty, but it is our job, the TBI and the FBI, to find the facts, and that’s what we are attempting to do today,” said Jeffrey Peterson, assistant special agent in charge with the FBI.The Channel 4 I Team first revealed allegations that Arnold and Russell have personal stakes in JailCigs, which sells electronic cigarettes to inmates.David Criswell is part of the citizens group Tennesseans Against Corruption and Oust Sheriff Arnold.”When the e cigs story first broke, we said, ‘Hey you guys, it’s time to do something,'” Criswell said. “This is ridiculous. He has given Rutherford County a bad name.”The groups are in the process of filing an ouster lawsuit to have Arnold removed from office.”The sheriff has basically been giving contracts to his friends and family, not putting them up for bid like he is legally required to do, and that’s wrong,” Criswell said. “That’s political corruption at the very core.”Channel 4 knocked on Arnold’s door on Thursday afternoon, but he did not answer. Arnold remained inside his home all day Thursday.Thursday afternoon, Rutherford County Commissioner Phillip Dodd issued the following statement:”I am disappointed that our county sheriff is under suspicion of criminal behavior, but I am encouraged to see the FBI and TBI act quickly to pursue justice if wrongdoing is suspected. I am gratified that the Rutherford County Ethics Committee is willing to act as well having been called upon by citizens of Rutherford County regarding Sheriff Arnold’s alleged behavior.Investigation into Rutherford County sheriffInvestigation into Rutherford County sheriffThe search warrants were served on the morning of Thursday, May 21.
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the north face gilet womens FBI joins AMBER Alert search for missing NC boy

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(WNCN/WBTW) The FBI is asking for the public’s help with finding a missing 4 year old boy who’s the subject of an AMBER Alert in Scotland County.

Jason Kaplan with the FBI said roadblock canvases were performed with help from the Bureau’s Child Abduction Response team Friday in an effort to dig up information on the whereabouts of Raul Gonzalez Johnson. (WNCN/WBTW) The FBI is on the scene and officials are draining a pond as the search for a missing 4 year old boy who’s the subject of an AMBER Alert in Scotland County continues.

Divers had searched the pond about 800 yards from the boy’s home Thursday after dogs led investigators there, but Sheriff Ralph Kersey said he didn’t want any lingering doubts.

“Not questioning anything that’s been done today, right at this moment, I’m going to drain the pond,” he said.

(North Carolina Department of Public Safety)

An Amber Alert was issued Wednesday evening for Raul Johnson who stands around 3 feet tall and weighs 38 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes.

It’s standard protocol for the Federal Bureau of Investigation to contact local officials when a child stays missing for more than 24 hours, Kersey said. He said that at this point, he’s not turning away any assistance. Wednesday and told her Raul went missing.

“I told him to call 911,” she said with tears in her eyes. “I thought maybe he was just hiding because he likes to hide, but he never stays gone this long he always comes back. Wednesday.

The boy was last seen wearing a white and orange tiger striped shirt with tigers on it and white pants with rocket ships printed on them.

Kersey said more than 200 people went out searching for the boy Thursday.

“We’ve about covered all the areas that we thought that him being the age of four years old could travel barefoot, and we haven’t left any rock unturned,” he said.

He also confirmed Thursday afternoon that the case is still a missing person case and but investigators have not ruled out any circumstances.

“There is nothing we have found with interviews with family members, next door neighbors or information from the public that would indicate foul play,” Kersey said.

The child has wandered off before,
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Kersey said. Johnson was missing for about 25 minutes Tuesday morning and was found by the grandfather.

“I just don’t know if somebody took him or if he’s lost in the woods or if something happened to him in the water,” the child’s mother said. “I don’t know, I just want him home.”

The sheriff says his faith allows him to continue to believe the boy is alive.

“By faith, I believe the little boy is still alive, and that’s what I have to stand on, not allow the Adversary to plant doubt in your mind,” he said.

If you have any information regarding this abduction, call the Scotland County Sheriffs Office immediately at (910) 276 3385, or call 911 or HP.

Kersey said that information from the public is critical, and the people with the information might not realize it’s value. He urged anyone who knows anything, however minor, to call in.

“Information from folks is critical,” he said. “If he didn’t wander off,
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then someone out there knows something.”

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Fulton County Weights and Measures Director James Callery informs the Board of Supervisors’ Public Safety Committee of a recent gas/credit card scam Monday at the County Office Building in Johnstown. (The Leader Herald/Michael Anich)

JOHNSTOWN The Federal Bureau of Investigation was recently called in to investigate the theft of credit card numbers at gas pumps in Montgomery County, a Fulton County official said.

Fulton County Director of Weights Measures James Callery told his Board of Supervisors Public Safety Committee Monday of the FBI probe into He said they were found in Montgomery County gas stations. Fulton County stations have been spared so far, he said.

haven found one up here yet, Callery said.

Callery is the official sealer for the Fulton County Weights Measures Department. Raymond Borst is the sealer in Montgomery County. Callery said he and Borst met recently in Fultonville as part of their jobs. They are responsible for checking and maintaining legal measuring systems throughout their counties from gasoline pumps, to scales, to milk measuring systems on local farms.

But he said that earlier this month when gas samples were picked up, the two men found an example of a credit card fraud at an Amsterdam gas station.

got a suspected skimmer, Callery said.

He said the skimmers are unlocking pumps and attaching a device that is stealing credit car numbers from people pumping gas. He said the Amsterdam police were instantly involved,
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as well as state government. He said some pumps were skimmed near the Thruway, and one problem was unearthed in Fonda.

Eventually, Callery said he and Borst met with the FBI. He said the FBI doesn suspect an job on the scams, but rather ongoing criminal activity involving credit card skimmers that began in Florida and moved north.

Once the scam is set up, Callery said the suspect can sit in a nearby vehicle and gain all the credit card information they want on a laptop.

Callery said the suspects may be working during the night when some gas stations are closed. But he said the business owners are making more checks on the pumps and retailers like Speedway and Stewart are training their staffs on what to look for.

a month, we at least checking everything, Callery said. still checking around here every time I get a chance. Fulton County Sheriff Department in May arrested four members of an alleged credit card fraud ring, that included men from Gloversville and Fort Plain. Those are cases are pending. Businesses victimized included a couple of Stewart Shops,
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the north face clearance FBI arrests Jordanian citizen for attempting to bomb skyscraper in downtown Dallas

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FBI ARRESTS JORDANIAN CITIZEN FOR ATTEMPTING TO BOMB SKYSCRAPER IN DOWNTOWN DALLASDALLAS James T. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas, and Robert E. Casey, Jr., Special Agent in Charge for the Dallas Office of the FBI, announced today that Hosam Maher Husein Smadi, 19, has been arrested and charged in a federal criminal complaint with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. Smadi, who was under continuous surveillance by the FBI, was arrested today near Fountain Place, a 60 story glass office tower located at 1445 Ross Avenue in downtown Dallas, after he placed an inert/inactive car bomb at the location. illegally, lived and worked in Italy, Texas, (approximately 45 miles south of Dallas).He has repeatedly espoused his desire to commit violent Jihad and has been the focus of an undercover FBI investigation. Attorney Jacks. “In that effort, it is the job of the FBI to locate and identify individuals intent upon carrying out any type of attack upon this country and its citizens/residents. Whether as part of a group or acting alone, persons contemplating such acts need to know that all components of the government are working together to ferret out their activities and to insure that such individuals face the full measure of the law. The identification and apprehension of this defendant, who was acting alone, is a sobering reminder that there are people among us who want to do us grave harm,” Jacks continued.Special Agent in Charge Casey said, “Today arrest of Hosam Maher Husein Smadi underscores the FBI unwavering commitment to bring to justice persons who attempt to bring harm to citizens of this country and significant danger to this community. Smadi made a decision to act to commit a significant conspicuous act of violence under his banner of “self Jihad.” He will now face justice. The many agents, detectives, analysts and prosecutors who helped to bring about Thursday arrest deserve special thanks for their efforts. This case serves as a reminder of the continuing threats of terrorism we face as a nation and the FBI resolve to meet those threats. The arrest of Smadi is not in any way related to the ongoing terror investigation in New York and Colorado.””The criminal complaint alleges that Hosam Smadi sought and attempted to bomb the Fountain Place office tower, but a coordinated undercover law enforcement action was able to thwart his efforts and ensure no one was harmed,” said David Kris, Assistant Attorney General for National Security. Magistrate Judge Irma C.According to affidavits filed today with the complaint and search warrants:Smadi was discovered by the FBI espousing his desire to commit significant acts of violence.The FBI developed an investigative plan to determine Smadi true intent while also protecting the public safety. Smadi made clear his intention to serve as a soldier for Usama Bin Laden and al Qa and to conduct violent Jihad. for the specific purpose of committing “Jihad for the sake of God.” Smadi clarified that he was interested in “self Jihad,” because it was “the best type of Jiihad.”Smadi was interested in violent Jihad against those he deemed to be enemies of Islam. The investigation determined Smadi was not associated with other terrorist organizations.Throughout the investigation, undercover FBI agents repeatedly encouraged Smadi to reevaluate his interpretation of Jihad, counseling him that the obligations a Moslem has to perform Jihad can be satisfied in many ways. Every time this interaction occurred, Smadi aggressively responded that he was going to commit significant, conspicuous acts of violence as his Jihad.In June 2009, Smadi identified potential targets in the Dallas area; but in mid July, he notified an undercover FBI agent that he had changed his mind regarding the targets. On July 21, 2009, Smadi met with an undercover FBI agent and directed the agent to drive them to a Wells Fargo Bank in downtown Dallas. Smadi and the undercover FBI agent then drove to 1445 Ross Avenue where the Fountain Place office tower is located. A Wells Fargo Bank is located in that building. Smadi went into the building where he conducted his own reconnaissance.In late August 2009, while meeting with one of the undercover FBI agents in Dallas, Smadi discussed the logistics and timing of the bombing, stating that he would have preferred to do the attack on “11 September,” but decided to wait until after the month of Ramadan, which ended on September 20, 2009. At the conclusion of the meeting, Smadi decided that a vehicle borne improvised explosive device (VBIED) would be placed at the foundation of the Fountain Place office tower.Unbeknownst to Smadi, the FBI ensured the VBIED contained only an inert/inactive explosive device which contained no explosive materials.A federal complaint is a written statement of the essential facts of the offenses charged, and must be made under oath before a magistrate judge. A defendant is entitled to the presumption of innocence until proven guilty. The offense of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction carries, upon conviction, a maximum statutory sentence of life in prison and a $250,000 fine.
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(WNCN) A Fayetteville pastor has been arrested in connection with four different children being sexually abused from 1996 to 2008, police confirmed.

Glen Collins, 51, knew the victims and was a pastor of a church in east Fayetteville at the time of the offenses.

Detectives with the Fayetteville Police Department’s Youth Services Division have charged and arrested a suspect in connection with reported sexual abuse that occurred between the years of 1996 and 2008. Detectives began investigating these allegations in October 2017, after a victim came forward and notified the FPD of the sexual abuse.

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