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Caught on video: Charlotte County porch pirate steals Amazon package

Caught on video: Charlotte County porch pirate steals Amazon package

first_imgSecurity camera captures moment 2 Charlotte County burglars realized they were on tape June 16, 2021 Advertisement WATCH: Porch pirate targets newly moved in Cape Coral residents June 16, 2021 RELATEDTOPICS Philanthropist Mackenzie Scott donates millions to 3 Florida schools June 16, 2021 AdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments Advertisement Law enforcement is searching for the suspect, who took off with an Amazon package. The person can be seen wearing gray gray sweatpants, a black long-sleeve shirt, black gloves, and black sneakers. According to the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office, the suspect is estimated to be around 5’10” and around 180 pounds. Tips can be reported to the Sheriff’s Office at 941-639-0013. AdvertisementTags: AmazonCharlotte CountyPorch Pirates AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Fla.– A porch pirate was caught on camera at a home on Explorer Road. AdvertisementIf you have information but wish to remain anonymous, you can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS. Amazon distribution center officially opens in Collier County June 16, 2021last_img read more

Area One Police Sergeants Successfully Complete Supervisory Management Course

Area One Police Sergeants Successfully Complete Supervisory Management Course

first_imgRelatedFletcher’s Land Students Show Off Spelling Skills Photo: JIS PhotographerWoman Police Sergeant, Audrey Ramsay (right); is all smiles as she receives a certificate to mark her successful completion of the Sergeant Supervisory Management Course, from Regional Manager, Scotia Insurance, Michael Isaacs (left); during the closing ceremony for the course held at the University of the West Indies, Western Jamaica campus, on Friday (November 1). Area One Police Sergeants Successfully Complete Supervisory Management Course National SecurityNovember 4, 2013Written by: Bryan Miller Area One Police Sergeants Successfully Complete Supervisory Management CourseJIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlay FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Advertisementscenter_img Story Highlights28 Sergeants have all successfully completed a six-week Sergeant Supervisory Management Course.Area One comprises the parishes of Trelawney, St. James, Westmoreland and Hanover.Superintendent Perkins says law enforcement is a perishable skill that must be cultivated frequently. RelatedCSJP Utilises Dominoes for Life Concept to Reach At-Risk Youth Twenty Eight (28) Sergeants of Police from within Area One have proven themselves ready for higher responsibilities within the force, as they have all successfully completed a six-week Sergeant Supervisory Management Course conducted by the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) Staff College.The training, which took place at the Area One In Service Training Centre, at the Montego Freeport Police Station, began on September 23 and ended with a closing ceremony on Friday, November 1, at the University of the West Indies, Western Jamaica Campus, where they were handed their certificates of successful completion. Area One comprises the parishes of Trelawney, St. James, Westmoreland and Hanover.Superintendent of Police in Charge of St. James, Egbert Parkins, commended the participants for successfully completing the course despite personal hurdles and urged them to try always to remember what they have learnt.Offering advice, he told them, “never take action based on emotion, what you do will have life-long consequences to the citizens you deal with; never allow a victim to be victimized a second time due to your poor police practices; and do not get complacent.”He further suggested that in their day to day activities they should seek out motivated coworkers as mentors and to remember that “even teachers have teachers.”“Law Enforcement is a perishable skill that must be cultivated frequently, stay sharp by doing crisis rehearsal in your down time and also on your own time. You must always be inquisitive, suspicious and thorough, if not you are unfit for the duty,” Superintendent Parkins emphasized.He reminded them that they are the first line of defense for the community and that their job entails walking a fine line. He advised that as police officers they must always follow the path of truth.“Always remember this, right is right even if no one else is doing it; wrong is wrong even if everyone else is doing it,” he exclaimed.He also urged the graduates not to get overly consumed by their work at the expense of their immediate families..In delivering the main address, Regional Manager, Scotia Insurance, Michael Isaacs, told the sergeants although they are in positions of leadership, they are there to serve and protect their colleagues and the general public.  He urged them to seek to treat and deal with real issues as against symptoms. RelatedHouse Approves Legislation to Place $1 Million Limit on Cash Transactionslast_img read more

Swami Vivekananda’s speech on Hinduism : A glimpse

Swami Vivekananda’s speech on Hinduism : A glimpse

first_imgThe Vedas proclaim that in and through every particle of matter and force, stands One “by whose command the wind blows, the fire burns, the clouds rain, and death stalks upon the earth.” And what is His nature? He is everywhere, the pure and formless One, the Almighty and the All-merciful.“Thou art our father, Thou art our mother, Thou art our beloved friend, Thou art the source of all strength; give us strength. Thou art He that beareth the burdens of the universe; help me bear the little burden of this life.” Thus sang the Rishis of the Vedas.And how to worship Him? Through love. “He is to be worshipped as the one beloved, dearer than everything in this and the next life.”This is the doctrine of love declared in the Vedas, and let us see how it is fully developed and taught by Krishna, whom the Hindus believe to have been God incarnate on earth.He taught that a man ought to live in this world like a lotus leaf, which grows in water but is never moistened by water; so a man ought to live in the world–his heart to God and his hands to work.The Vedas teach that the soul is divine, only held in the bondage of matter; perfection will be reached when this bond will burst, and the word they use for it is, therefore, Mukti– freedom, freedom from the bonds of imperfection, freedom from death and misery.And this bondage can only fall off through the mercy of God, and this mercy comes on the pure. So purity is the condition of His mercy. How does that mercy act? He reveals Himself to the pure heart; the pure and the stainless see God, yea, even in this life; then and then only all the crookedness of the heart is made straight. Then all doubt ceases. He is no more the freak of a terrible law of causation. This is the very centre, the very vital conception of Hinduism.last_img read more

Uemura eighth in moguls event

Uemura eighth in moguls event

first_imgDEER VALLEY, Utah (Kyodo) Japan’s Aiko Uemura received 23.13 points and finished eighth in the women’s moguls final won by Kari Traa of Norway with 26 points in a World Cup event held in Utah Friday. Miyuki Hatanaka failed to advance to the final and placed 18th overall with 21.55 points for turns, air and time while Yugo Tsukita, the only Japanese to advance to the final in the men’s discipline, finished 11th. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img

Latest sluggish start on offense not concerning Auburn

Latest sluggish start on offense not concerning Auburn

first_imgAUBURN – With a far superior roster and one of the most potent rushing attacks in the country, Auburn was primed for an early runaway in its meeting with Samford.Or so everyone, including the Tigers, thought.Only Gus Malzahn’s Hurry-Up, No-Huddle offense wasn’t firing. It wasn’t even spinning its tires.Auburn went nowhere during the first quarter, gaining just 33 yards on 17 plays, with Cameron Artis-Payne accounting for 28 yards alone.The scoring drought finally ended after 79:02 on a 23-yard run by Quan Bray as Auburn rattled off 31 straight points in Saturday’s 31-7 win.Players admitted being out of contention for the College Football Playoff has taken its toll on the team.“I’d be a liar if I said that the high expectations and goals we had being diminished over the past couple of weeks, that that didn’t have an effect on us,” defensive tackle Gabe Wright said. “The fact that we’re looking at a bowl game, of course the big Iron Bowl, but a bowl game instead of the big show, I’m sure that definitely depleted some guys’ spirits some. And the fact is, when you play those high-level SEC games week in and week out and then you come and play an out of conference game, of course the energy might be slow. You might start slow. Those things shouldn’t be expected, but, you know, sometimes that just happens.”But another slow start, against a vastly inferior opponent, after two dreadful losses is not cause for concern for Auburn’s coaching staff, who was willing to write off the latest horrendous display on Samford’s coaching staff knowing Auburn’s plays, the emotions of Senior Day, and anything other than lack of effort and execution that several players admitted to afterward.“Not at all. It’s a long season,” Auburn offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee said. “That was game 11 and there are a lot of ups and downs in a season. Our guys did what they needed to do, they responded. … I’m not concerned at all. I feel good about where our guys are at.”Nick Marshall had perhaps the worst performance of his career against an FCS team the week before playing top-ranked Alabama in the Iron Bowl.The second-year Auburn signal caller went 11-for-18 for 171 yards with a touchdown and interception and minus-8 yards rushing, due to four losses on third downs.“Probably a couple of times he should’ve maybe given the football,” Lashlee said. “He held the ball a couple times too long and took a sack or two when he should’ve hit a check-down or took off. I think he was just trying to make too much happen a couple of times. And then there may have been a few times that someone else didn’t do their job properly.”Marshall was focused on the outcome, and doesn’t think the slow starts will continue against Alabama.“I’m just glad we came out with the win tonight,” he said. “I know we’ll have our A game coming to next week’s game.”During the scoring drought from Auburn’s lone touchdown against Georgia to its first score against Samford, Marshall was 10-for-24 for 142 yards with two interceptions and had 13 carries for 34 yards. His 74.07 passer efficiency over that time was roughly one half of his total for the season (144.59).“I thought he played hard and well against Georgia,” Lashlee said. “Statistically, he didn’t, but that wasn’t all on him. Up to then, he’s played well most games, too. Sometimes you’re hot, and you get momentum that way. Sometimes you get in a little bit of a frustrating rut. … But all you can do is stay the course, and he’s done a good job of that.”As always, Marshall was seemingly unflappable during the recent stretch.“He doesn’t show any ups and downs,” Bray said. “He just goes out and he steps up his play. Once he does that, everybody else follows and everything else takes care of itself.”It showed, as Marshall closed Saturday’s game 8-for-12 for 116 yards and a touchdown.As Marshall prepares Auburn for Alabama’s defense, which is No. 2 in scoring (14.5) and No. 5 in total yards (283.5), there is no lack of confidence in his abilities to get back to the dynamic playmaker Tigers fan are accustomed to seeing.“I’ve noticed there’s times you can tell where he’s locked in and if he calls for a play you need to call it because he feels pretty good about it,” Lashlee said. “Usually when your quarterback or your guys that you count on feel confident in something it gives you confidence as a coach to call it. … I’d say that right now, as long as we don’t turn over the ball on the first play of the game, it’s always a positive.“The two times we did that, it didn’t go over well.”last_img read more