Rape suspect nabbed

first_imgBACOLOD City – Charged with qualifiedrape by sexual assault, a minor was arrested in Barangay Barangay Mambulac,Silay City, Negros Occidental. Officers of the city police stationserved the warrant issued by Judge Dyna Doll Chiongson-Trocio of the RegionalTrial Court Brach 40 in Silay City dated Jan. 23, 2020. He was turned over to the Silay CityWomen and Youth Center. The 17-year-old minor of Barangay 5Silay City, whose name was withheld by the police, was caught on the strengthof an arrest warrant around 3 p.m. on Feb. 11. The court recommended a P200,000 bailbond for the suspect’s temporary liberty./PNlast_img

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Laudrup only focused on points

first_img If Swansea are to take the three points on Wednesday they will need to contain in-form Newcastle striker Loic Remy who has scored eight goals in his last nine appearances for the Magpies. And Laudrup revealed he was among the players he pursued during the summer. “He’s really a player. I like him a lot,” Laudrup said of Remy. “He was one of the players I was interested in last summer. There’s no doubt about that. “He is a player that I like. He has everything. He has speed, individual quality and goals.” Swansea will look to end a poor run of Barclays Premier League home form against Newcastle on Wednesday night, but manager Michael Laudrup insists he does not care where their points come from. Press Association The Swans have won just once in the league at the Liberty Stadium since Newcastle last visited back in March, one week after the Welsh club’s Capital One Cup triumph over Bradford at Wembley. While there have been just two defeats – against Arsenal and Manchester United – from the six home games so far this season, back-to-back games against Newcastle and Hull now offer Swansea a chance to rack up points on their own turf. However, Swansea have already secured three away wins this season, giving them one of the better records on the road in the division, which means Laudrup is unconcerned by the home run, and is happy to take points whenever and wherever they come. “We can’t rely on always winning away, of course, and we now have two games at home,” he said. “The last time we had that we got four points against Sunderland and West Ham, and I think at least we should have the same this time. If we can get six I will take that. “But I look a lot at the number of points, not so much where and when we get them. “I agree normally the majority of teams have to pick up more points at home and in our case it’s the other way round, but we have three away wins and we have to be happy with that. “We have 15 points. If we can get to 19 or 21 points in the next few days that will be great and we will still have four games to get more points in the first half of the season. “Of course if we can get six points from these two games then great, but if we don’t get them here and we win at Norwich, I will take that as well. “I would like to win at home every time but at the end of the day it’s about points. We are only having this discussion because normally teams get more points at home.” last_img read more

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C-NS, Liverpool cross country get big league wins

first_imgEach of the Cicero-North Syracuse cross country teams would record impressive victories Wednesday afternoon in a three-team meet against Baldwinsville and West Genesee on the Bees’ home course at Durgee Junior High School.The girls meet was a lopsided affair, with the Northstars slamming B’ville and West Genesee by similar 15-50 scores as it swept each of the top seven individual spots.Kate Putman led the way, her time of 19 minutes, 13 second a full minute ahead of the 20:17 from Allison Newton, who edged out seventh-grader Gabby Putman (20:20) for that runner-up spot. R.J. Davis led them, finishing fifth in 17:37, with Zach Bergman getting sixth place in 17:47. Evan Romano worked his way to seventh place in 17:52 as Josh Koeppe was eighth in 17:55 and Matt LeClair got ninth place in 17:59.As that went on, Liverpool, who swept C-NS a week earlier at Longbranch  Park, rolled past Nottingham in a pair of 15-50 decisions.Jenna Schulz roared to a time of 19:22.6 to lead the girls Warriors, more than two minutes ahead of the 21:34.4 from Sydney Carlson. Kayleigh Buck, in 21:37 flat, was close behind Carlson as Addyson Graham was fourth in 21:57.6 and  Charlotte Warner (22:07.2) gained fifth place.Over in the boys race, Carter Rodriguez pulled away to win in 17:12.2 over the 17:38.3 from Jake Rodriguez. They pulled away from Ryan Fennelly, who finished third in 18:27.9 as Ethan Glashauser (18:50.9) and Jonathan Howland (19:20.5) followed. Ryan Gagan (19:48.4) and Matt Russo (19:56.9) also broke the 20-minute mark.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story More C-NS runners followed, Hannah Reichard getting to fourth place in 20:31 as Marissa Navarra finished fifth in 20:42. Abbee Norris ran to sixth place in 20:50 and Morgan Kingdeski was seventh in 21:14.While the boys race was a lot closer on both ends, C-NS did enough to prevail 25-36 over West Genesee and 26-35 over B’ville.Essentially, the Northstars ceded the individual race to four runners from both of its opponents, with the Bees’ Colin Delaney winning in 16:43 over the Wildcats’ Matt Bartolotta (16:53), but after B’ville and WG claimed the next two spots, C-NS swept the next five, its top pack separated by just 18 seconds at the finish line.center_img Tags: C-NScross countryliverpoollast_img read more

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