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POLICE LOG for May 4 Bicycle Stolen A Dog DooDoo NoNo Lost

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Friday, May 4, 2018:A walk-in party turned in a phone located on the high school football field. (8:45am)Animal Control Officer rescued 4 baby raccoons on Church Street and brought them to a rehab center in Billerica. (9:25am)Market Basket manager reported a customer found a black Michael Kors handbag in the parking lot. Bag was empty, except for a few keys. Bag will be left at the store’s lost and found. (4:43pm)A Fiorenza Drive caller reported one of her neighbors keeps allowing their dog to deficate on her driveway. (5:52pm)A walk-in party reported finding a brown Coach bag at the Wilmington United Methodist Church. Police was able to track down owner. (9:11pm)A caller reported his black Haro bicycle was stolen from the bike rack in front of Market Basket sometime today between 6:30pm and 9:30pm. (10:51pm)A good samaritan put out a brush fire on the 93 Overpass on Concord Street. (10:53pm)Police moved along a couple of parties playing basketball at Yentile Farm Recreational Facility. (11:21pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information.  An arrest does not constitute a conviction.  Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip?Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for September 5: Train Conductor Helps Locate Missing Puppy; Rented Trucks Not Returned To UHaulIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 17: Parking & Traffic Issues; Lost Wallet; Brush FireIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 25: Police Respond Twice To Customers Behaving Badly At Market Basket; Erratic Driver Admits To TextingIn “Police Log”last_img read more

Eight girls saved from child marriage in 24 hrs

first_imgEight schoolgirls were saved from early marriage in the past 24 hours, with timely intervention by local administration as well as the teenage brides themselves, their classmates and locals.The teenage girls were saved from underage marriage from Thursday to Friday in Natore, Kushtia, Barisal, and Dhaka’s Savar.Natore: A mobile court sentenced two persons, including a suitor, to 15 days jail for arranging a child marriage at Lalpur.Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) and executive magistrate Nazrul Islam nabbed the two persons at the wedding of the 13-year-old girl and jailed them. The bride was a class VI student from Bagatipara upazila.A UP chairman had informed police about the marriage.Kushtia: Five schoolgirls were saved from early marriage in the district on Friday.Of them, four weddings were foiled in Doulatpur upazila and one in Sadar upazila. Among the victims, five are students of class VIII and one girl studies in class V.Local administration officials stopped the weddings and took undertakings from the parents of the girls that they will not marry their daughters before they turn 18.Savar: A 14-year-old girl has been saved from untimely marriage at the intervention of Savar UNO.The family of the ninth-grade girl was getting ready to arrange the wedding with one of her teachers on Friday.Being informed by a local newsman, UNO Sheikh Rasel Hassan took steps to foil the marriage.Savar model police station sub-inspector Momenur Rahman said the parents of the girl have pledged not to marry the girl before she turns 18. Barisal: A 14-year old girl from Barjalia union of Hijla upazila managed to prevent her forced marriage on Thursday. Her family completed all preparations for her marriage on Friday. In the meantime, she informed her classmates and teachers about the forced marriage. They, with the help of UNO Abu Zafar Rashed, foiled the marriage of the eighth grader.Meanwhile, Gournadi UNO Masuma Akhter stopped the marriage of a 13-year-old girl in Gournadi municipality. The parents of the eighth grader gave an undertaking that they will not marry their daughter before she turns 18.Director general of Governance Innovation Unit of the Prime Minister’s Office Mohammad Abdul Halim told Prothom Alo that people are now more aware of child marriage and NGOs and media are playing due role in this regard.Ghashful, founded by NGO Worldvision, managed to stop some seventeen underage marriages since 2014 in Mymensingh’s Nandail.Rasheda K Choudhury, executive director of Campaign for Popular Education, told Prothom Alo that the way child marriages are taking place is not acceptable.Though the number of child marriages has decreased, there is no room for complacency. Child marriage should be stopped from the grassroots, she added.last_img read more

4 sentenced to death for killing college student

first_imgA Manikganj court on Monday sentenced four people to death and another to life term imprisonment for killing a college student in Shibalaya upazila of the district in 2015, reports UNB.The condemned convicts are Badsha Miah, a resident of Shimulia village in Shibalaya upazila, Lal Miah, a resident of Bhatirchar village in Singair upazila, Azgar Chowdhury, a resident of Koshla village in Kotalipara upazila in Gopalganj district and Anwar Hossain, a resident of Auliapur village in Dinapur district where the lifer was AkhterHossain Jamal, resident of Hajirtek village in Kaliarchar of Narayanganj.Among the convicts, Anwar and Azgar remained absconding.The court also fined the condemned convicts Tk 20,000 each while the lifer Tk 50,000, in default, to suffer one year more rigorous imprisonment.According to the prosecution, Badsha Miah brought his nephew Monir Hossain, son of Parosh Ali of Shimulia village and an HSC student of Khan Bahadur Degree College, to Savar alluring his family to give him a job on 10 September 2015.Badhsa hid Monir and demanded Tk 2 million as ransom from his family.As he did not get the money, he threw Monir into Bongshi river tying up his hands and legs with rope.Monir’s mother Maleka Begum then filed a case on 11 September with Manikganj Sadar police station.Later, police arrested Badsha.According to Badsha’s statement, police recovered Monir’s dead body from the river after two days.Police also arrested six others in connection with the murder.After examining all the records and witnesses, district and sessions judge Md Shahidul Alam Jhinuk handed down the verdict acquitting three other accused.last_img read more

Cardinals Defeat Purdue 41

first_img Next Match: AUSTIN PEAY 2/17/2019 | 6:00 p.m. Rex Ecarma Interview Photo Gallery The Cardinals jumped out to a quick lead in doubles, taking control early on each court. Federico Gomez and Alex Wesbrooks captured the first victory on court three, defeating Athell Bennett and Franz Luna 6-3. Brandon Lancaster and George Hedley then clinched the doubles point for Louisville with a 6-3 win over Stephan Koenigsfest and Mateo Julio at No. 2. Story Links Preview Live Stats LOUISVILLE, Ky. – After three straight matches on the road, the University of Louisville men’s tennis team returned to the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center in victorious fashion, topping Purdue 4-1 on Sunday afternoon. With the win, the Cardinals improve to 8-3 on the season.   Matchup History Brandon Lancaster Interview The Cards will be back in action at 6 p.m. for the second match of Sunday’s doubleheader against Austin Peay. The Boilermakers countered in singles as Koenigsfest topped Salle 6-3, 6-2 on court three to even the score at 1-1. However, Louisville quickly regained the lead with two quick wins on courts two and five. Lancaster downed Julio 6-2, 6-3 at No. 2, while Gomez triumphed over Sochurek 6-4, 6-3 at No. 5. With the doubles point in hand, Christopher Morin-Kougoucheff and Fabien Salle were winning 5-2 over Maksymilian Rapuk and Dominik Sochurek on court one before the match was ended. With the three remaining matches coming down to the wire, Sergio Hernandez Ramirez ultimately clinched the 4-1 victory for the Cardinals on court four in a hard-fought 6-4, 7-6 (7-1) decision over Rapuk. “We’ve been fortunate to beat Purdue the last three times, but every one of those times have been like this,” said UofL head coach Rex Ecarma. “A couple of things go their way and they win. We were blessed and fortunate that things broke our way. I think that this year was key because I’m starting three freshmen in singles and two freshmen in doubles, and they really proved their worth today.” Watch Live Full Schedule Roster Courts one and six were in the midst of tough battles when the match was decided. Morin-Kougoucheff was tied 5-5 in the third set with No. 108 Bennett at No. 1 after splitting the first two sets 6-3, 3-6. At the six-spot, David Mizrahi was also knotted 5-5 with Santiago Galan after splitting the first two sets 1-6, 6-2. Louisville 4, Purdue 12/17/2019 at Louisville, Ky.(Bass-Rudd Tennis Center)Singles1. C. Morin-Kougoucheff (LOU) vs. #108 Athell Bennett (PUR) 6-3, 3-6, 5-5, unfinished2. Brandon Lancaster (LOU) def. Mateo Julio (PUR) 6-2, 6-33. Stephan Koenigsfest (PUR) def. Fabien Salle (LOU) 6-3, 6-24. Sergio Ramirez (LOU) def. Maksymilian Raupuk (PUR) 6-4, 7-6 (7-1)5. Federico Gomez (LOU) def. Franz Luna (PUR) 6-4, 6-36. David Mizrahi (LOU) vs. Santiago Galan (PUR) 6-1, 2-6, 5-5, unfinishedDoubles1. C. Morin-Kougoucheff/Fabien Salle (LOU) vs. Maksymilian Raupuk/Dominik Sochureck (PUR) 5-2, unfinished2. Brandon Lancaster/George Hedley (LOU) def. Stephan Koenigsfest/Mateo Julio (PUR) 6-33. Federico Gomez/Alex Wesbrooks (LOU) def. Athell Bennett/Franz Luna (PUR) 6-3 Match Notes:Order of finish: Doubles (3,2); Singles (3,2,5,4)T-2:17   Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Cardinals Announce Addition of Four Signees to 2019 Class

first_imgStory Links Caitlin BentleyHometown: Johannesburg, South Africa  High School: St Mary’s School WaverleyRowing Team: St. Mary’s School Rowing ClubIntended Major: Exploratory StudiesAbout Caitlin: She won gold in the single, double, and quad at the South African Schools Rowing Championships in 2018 along with being voted the 2018 South African Junior Rower of the Year. She represented South Africa at Junior Worlds in 2016 and 2017. Miranda McDonaldHometown: Springboro, OhioHigh School: SpringboroRowing Team: Dayton Boat ClubIntended Major: BioengineeringAbout Miranda: She was a competitive gymnast before she began coxing, and her athletic background created a great foundation for her coxing talents. She is mature and a confident decision maker. Team’s thoughts on Sydney: “She made a great first impression during her official visit. When she visited us this spring, she immediately fit right in with the team. Sydney is extremely genuine and a natural leader. She is very kind and her presence brings a fun energy into any room. We knew she was a Cardinal from the first day of her official visit.” Sydney on becoming a Cardinal: “I chose to attend the University of Louisville for the authentic passion and grit that I could feel in the team and coaches. I could sense that it would be a place where I could learn to be not only a better rower, but a better person. The unique culture and love of the sport was tangible in every person that I talked to. Louisville was the first school that I got excited when I thought about going back, which says a lot. It is an amazing city, school, and team, and I am be honored to be a part of the community Louisville Rowing has built.” Caitlin on becoming a Cardinal “The moment I set foot on campus I felt an overwhelming sense of friendly support from the girls and coaches. Everyone I met had such a great sense of humor which made me realize this is a happy and well-rounded community. Coming from South Africa, it’s a whole new culture and way of life to experience. The campus and facilities are fantastic as well, which makes me excited to join the University of Louisville.” For the latest on Louisville rowing, visit GoCards.com, or follow the team’s social media accounts on Twitter @UofLRowing, Facebook /UofLRowing, and Instagram @UofLRowing.  Print Friendly Version Taleala on becoming a Cardinal “I absolutely fell in love with the team at Louisville. Everyone is so supportive of one another and pushes themselves and their teammates to be the best they can be. That mixed with the amazing resources made Louisville hard to beat in the recruiting search. I’m looking forward to the opportunity to make life-long friends at Louisville.” Team’s thoughts on Caitlin: “We are so excited for Caitlin to join us. Her joy and integrity did not go unnoticed from the moment she arrived. Caitlin fits right in to our family.” LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville rowing team is proud to announce the signing of four student-athletes in Caitlin Bentley (Johannesburg, South Africa), Taleala McCarthy (Adelaide, Australia), Sydney Paulus (Seattle, Wash./ Bishop Blanchet), and Miranda McDonald (Springboro, Ohio/Springboro), to National Letters of Intent to compete for the Cardinals in the fall of 2019. The quartet joins a 2019 class that includes eight rowers that have already signed with the Cardinals. “These four student-athletes add a wealth of race experience and passion to our current signing class,” head coach Derek Copeland says. “We look forward to the grittiness and competitive edge they will add to the group. We are thrilled to have each and every one of these athletes joining us in the fall.” Miranda on becoming a Cardinal: “I fell in love with the team atmosphere and felt that everyone was driven to do their best while also pushing each other. Additionally, the strong engineering program at Louisville combined with the team competitiveness made me feel like I fit in perfectly. I’m looking forward to joining a program where I can practice what I love with a support system that will help me reach my goals.” Sydney PaulusHometown: Seattle, WashingtonHigh School: Bishop BlanchetRowing Team: Pocock Rowing CenterIntended Major: Biology/ Pre-MedAbout Sydney: She is currently team captain for both her swimming and rowing teams and is a member of the National Honors Society. She describes herself as compassionate, determined and quirky. Team’s thoughts on Miranda: “We are so excited for another Dayton Boat Club athlete to join our Louisville family! Miranda is going to be a great addition to the coxswain group and we are looking forward to watching her learn and grow with our team the next four years. She is an amazing teammate and we’re hyped to be able to compete alongside her.” Team’s thoughts on Taleala: “She is a very genuine person who is going be a great addition to our group of girls. We’re excited to see her throw down on the water!” Taleala McCarthyHometown: Adelaide, AustraliaHigh School: University Senior CollegeRowing Team: Adelaide Rowing ClubIntended Major:  BioengineeringAbout Taleala: She trained at the South Australian Sports Institute and went on to win SA State Titles in the U19 double and quad, as well as the U21 quad in 2018. She won Bronze in the U21 women’s quad at the 2018 Sydney international Rowing Regatta and most recently won SA State titles in the U21 quad and open quad in 2019.last_img read more

Rainn Wilson and SoulPancake Shine Light on Mental Health With Funny Or

first_imgThroughout the month, SoulPancake also is working with non-profit partners Mental Health America, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), and Crisis Text Line to spread the word about how those in need can get help.SoulPancake’s programming for the Mental Health Awareness Month includes:Live event “Four Conversations About One Thing”: Three-hour event on May 29 at the Hammer Museum bringing people in the entertainment industry together with wellness experts for discussions around mental health as it relates to work, parenting, masculinity, and media. Tickets are available on an invitation-only basis. Why We Rise, a partnership between the L.A. County Department of Mental Health and Well Being Trust, is a supporting sponsor of the event.“Soul Stories”: An original digital series using person-on-the-street conversations as “a window into peopleʼs hearts,” to explore the ways everyone can relate regarding mental health.“The Takeover” series on Instagram: The SoulPancake Instagram account Story activation will feature weekly takeovers by YouTubers and social-media influencers focused on mental health sharing their stories, perspectives and expertise on how to live a better life.“The Mondays…” newsletter: A special weekly email newsletter dedicated to mental-health life hacks. “There’s a long history of comedians who struggle with depression, addiction and suicide,” Wilson told Variety. “Our clarion call as a company is to make content as fun and entertaining as possible, even when the subject matter is hard. For this doc, we thought it best to talk directly to comedians and leverage their sense of humor for this topic.” Related ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Tig Notaro Is a Celeb-Clueless Talk-Show Host in Funny Or Die’s New Series Popular on Variety center_img The film — which Wilson allowed is “a little funny” — is part of SoulPancake’s The Beautiful Mind campaign tied to Mental Health Awareness Month in May. The initiative will include digital series, a special newsletter, and a May 29 invite-only event in L.A. hosted by comedian Ron Funches with guests including comedian Amanda Seales and Chris Wood, co-founder of the IDONTMIND mental-health awareness movement.SoulPancake, which Participant Media bought in 2016, has previously produced content on mental-health issues over the course of its 10-year history. But this month’s Beautiful Mind lineup is more extensive. “Suicide is the second leading cause of death for young people,” Wilson said. “We’re in an epidemic for young people of depression, anxiety and suicidal ideation. It’s the most pressing issue we’re facing.”SoulPancake’s focus on mental health, which will extend past May, was driven in part by its audience asking for more coverage of the topic, said Shabnam Mogharabi, general manager and co-founder. “Frankly we were seeing a bigger need for a conversation around this for our millennial audience,” she said.One reason SoulPancake decided to greenlight “It’s Not That Funny” was to dispel the notion that artists are funny only because they’re suffering. Both Wilson and Mogharabi cited the death of stand-up comedian Brody Stevens earlier this year of an apparent suicide as illustrating of the need to address mental health in the business.SoulPancake expects to generate revenue from the programming, but the ultimate goal is bigger than that. “We’re walking a fine line,” Wilson said. It’s a “double bottom-line” business, with a obligation to generate revenue while also serving its mission “to make stuff that matters.”Wilson, who’s best known for his turn as Dwight Schrute on NBC’s “The Office,” said he has first-hand experience dealing with mental-health issues. “I’ve dealt at various time with anxiety and depression and addiction,” he said. “I’ve put many family members through rehabs and dealt with suicide attempts – and I’m so not alone in that.” TV News Roundup: EPIX Releases Teaser for DC Origin Story ‘Pennyworth’ (Watch) SoulPancake, the digital media company founded by Rainn Wilson, has tapped a bunch of comedians to talk about depression and suicide — part of a month-long focus on mental health.The Participant Media-owned company is running special block of programming in May dedicated to mental-health issues. A key pillar in the lineup is a documentary produced with Funny Or Die featuring comedians discussing life-and-death issues.The documentary, “It’s Not That Funny,” will star Rainn Wilson, Sarah Silverman, Wayne Brady, Rachel Bloom, Chris Gethard, Sara Benincasa, Riki Lindhome, Anna Akana, Baron Vaughn and other comedians. In the 25-minute film, they’ll explore how anxiety, depression and suicide affect performers in the comedy biz. The film, directed by Mike Bernstein, will premiere May 30 on SoulPancake’s YouTube channel and on Funny Or Die.last_img read more