The Guyana Police Force (GPF) has issued a wanted bulletin for the former General Manager of the Ramada Georgetown Princess Hotel, Turkish national Ugur Turetgen, for crimes relating to fraud and immigration violation.The 44-year-old man’s last known address in Guyana is listed as Track B Block Z Providence, East Bank Demerara.Former General Manager of the Ramada Georgetown Princess Hotel, Ugur TuretgenActing Crime Chief, Senior Superintendent Michael Kingston, when contacted by this publication on Thursday, stated that he could not divulge information with respect to Turetgen.However, the Police Force is requesting that anyone with any information that may lead to the apprehension/arrest of Ugur Turetgen to contact the Police on telephone numbers 226-6978, 225-8196, 911 or the nearest Police station.The cops have assured that all information will be treated with the strictest confidence.
Garcia did not have a concealed weapons permit to carry the handgun, which was loaded. Garcia was ineligible for the permit because he had been convicted of several misdemeanor offenses. Before running from police, Garcia dropped several plastic grocery bags containing mostly personal effects like clothing and shoes, police Lt. John Evans said. Freire said investigators hoped a more thorough search of those plastic bags would lead to information on a possible motive for Garcia to run. “We’re hoping that conversations with friends, family and associates will shed some light onto why he was armed,” Frerie said. Police would not verify Monday that a drug deal was taking place at the time of the shooting. They declined to say whether Garcia was in possession of drugs or large amounts of cash. email@example.com (909) 483-8553 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! ONTARIO – An Ontario police officer shot and killed a 23-year-old Whittier man late Sunday after police said he brandished a handgun during a foot chase and aimed it toward the officer. Christopher Michael Garcia was shot once in the chest and was pronounced dead by paramedics at the scene. Police received a tip at 10:15p.m. that a drug deal was taking place outside a convenience store at the southwest corner of Fourth Street and Mountain Avenue. Officers arrived shortly after 11 p.m. They approached Garcia because he matched the description provided by the caller of one of the men involved in the reported drug deal. When Garcia saw the officer, he ran west away from police along Fourth Street, police said. The officer chased him, and during the chase Garcia pulled a chrome semi-automatic handgun from his waistband, police said. The officer “felt he was going to be fired upon,” Ontario police Detective Robert Freire said. The officer fired one shot at Garcia, striking him in the chest. Garcia immediately collapsed on the sidewalk. Police did not identify by name the officer who shot Garcia. Police said the officer is a corporal who has worked for the department for 11 years. The officer was placed on administrative leave, a routine practice in officer-involved shootings. Garcia’s death marks the first officer-involved shooting in Ontario since July, which was the only officer-involved shooting in 2006, Freire said. There were two officer-involved shootings in 2005. Police said they are unsure why Garcia ran when confronted. There were no warrants out for his arrest.
4. Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal) – 58.1 miles 10 2. Andrew Surman (Bournemouth) – 59.8 miles 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9. Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea) – 55.7 miles 8. Mark Noble (West Ham) – 55.9 miles 5. Gareth Barry (Everton) – 57.1 miles 10. Eric Dier (Tottenham) – 55.4 miles 7. Darren Fletcher (West Brom) – 56.1 miles 10 3. Matt Ritchie (Bournemouth) – 59.3 miles Jurgen Klopp loves a hard working player and will be wanting his players to put the miles in for him at Liverpool.Thankfully Opta has revealed the Premier League stars who have covered the most ground through the opening eight games of the season, and one of his men features.Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham all have players too and they are unlikely to be the ones you thought.To find out who is top of the pile, click the yellow arrow above, right. 10 6. Etienne Capoue (Watford) – 56.5 miles 1. James Milner (Liverpool) – 62.1 miles
By Scott Wolf Staff Writer As expected, quarterback John David Booty will start for USC against Oregon State. “He’s ready to play,” Coach Pete Carroll said. “I hope a couple weeks off haven’t thrown him out of kilter.” Although many USC fans yearn for the days when offensive coordinator Norm Chow called the plays, Carroll said his original choice for the job was California coach Jeff Tedford. Carroll said he contacted Tedford after getting hired at USC, but was turned down. “Then he went to Cal,” Carroll said. When Teford passed on the job, Carroll immediately turned to Chow, who went on to stay at USC for four memorable seasons. Carroll said he called Chow the first day he was hired at USC. Cornerback U.? USC is ranked 96th in the nation in interceptions, a statistic that rankles the Trojans and especially Carroll, who originally wanted his defenses to be known as Cornerback U. Safety Taylor Mays said he the Trojans’ zone coverages don’t really allow for a lot of interception opportunities. “I haven’t seen a lot of plays where I could say I should have had the ball,” Mays said. “We can’t go out of our way to make these plays.” Baker out Carroll said offensive tackle Sam Baker would not play against Oregon State. Baker would not rule out playing, but Carroll said he did not think it would happen. Freshman Butch Lewis will start again at left tackle. Offensive guard Chilo Rachal did not practice because of a tightness in a calf. Rachal is expected to play. “The trainers were worried about it and wanted to give him an extra day to rest,” Carroll said. Upon further review Carroll spoke with Pacific-10 Conference supervisor of officials David Cutaia again Thursday about the lack of penalties called against USC’s opponents, but once again there was no consensus on the reason. Carroll said he would understand if it were a one-year phenomenon but said it’s happened the past four seasons. Cutaia officiated last year’s USC-Arizona game when the Wildcats committed more penalties than the Trojans. firstname.lastname@example.orgWant local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Booty said he does not feel like he needs to rescue the Trojans after Carroll said the playbook was restricted with backup Mark Sanchez. “If there’s pressure, it’s been there ever since taking over (for Matt Leinart),” Booty said. “I have confidence in our offense and (offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian).” But Booty admitted he did not know if he would feel any jitters before the game. “I don’t know, you’ll have to ask me Saturday after the game,” he said. “Sometimes I do, sometimes I don’t. That’s part of the game and why I like it.” 1 that got away
Falcarragh jiving instructor Megan Ruddy has organised a country evening this Thursday for Donegal Hospice in memory of her aunt Winnie McCauley. Winnie McCauley was a much-loved Donegal woman who passed away before Christmas 2016. Through her life, she had a great impact on two communities in Ray, Falcarragh and Aranmore island, where she lived with her husband.Megan and her late aunt WinnieWinnie’s niece Megan, a well-known dancer, has decided to celebrate the memory of Winnie and to bring a community together for some fun and goodwill. She has planned a country-themed fundraiser this Thursday 27th April 9pm in Aras Begley Hall, Falcarragh. Country singer David James will be playing and the Megan Ó’Rodaigh jiving kids will be performing on the night. There will also be a raffle with many excellent prizes up for grabs.A sneak peek at the amazing spot prizes on offerMegan was inspired by her aunt’s great spirit to do something good to give back to the Donegal Hospice. “The reason I wanted to do the fundraiser was because she was cared for so much throughout her illness and everyone who knew Winnie knew she was an amazing person inside and out. Everyone loved her she was just so popular,” Megan told Donegal Woman.Megan and the young jiversFor anyone who cannot make the event on Thursday, you can donate to the hospice through a GoFundMe page – Click here. Donegal teen plans a grand ole event in memory of much-loved aunt was last modified: April 25th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:charitydonegal hospiceeventsFalcarraghfundraiser