Man Charged With Theft Of Dirt Bike

first_imgAn East Hampton man was arrested late morning April 17, charged by town police with grand larceny for the alleged theft of a 2009 Yamaha PW80 dirt bike from a commercial garage in Springs. The incident occurred the evening of February 16, police said. Nakia Mabry, 43, recently posted a very similar Yamaha PW80 dirt bike on the website letgo.com, which allows for the direct sale of used items from seller to buyer.Mabry developed as a suspect after detectives viewed a surveillance video from the commercial site located on Washington Avenue.Mabry was processed at police headquarters after being arrested on the felony charge, and was released to be arraigned on a later date. According to East Hampton Town Police Detective Sergeant Dan Toia, the investigation is ongoing. Sharelast_img read more

Singapore gases company doubles production

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Praxair takes charge to fourth quarter earnings

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The industrial gas world in 2018

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Hannover Messe Digital Days to premiere next month

first_imgIndustry 5.0, artificial intelligence, 5G, smart energy and logistics 4.0 will be the focus of discussions during Hannover Messe Digital Days, set to take place on 14th-15th July.“With the Digital Days, we are creating an online platform for the entire Hannover Messe community. We had to cancel the show this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but people still need to learn about the latest technological products and solutions and to talk with experts from all over the world,” said Dr. Jochen Köckler, Chairman of the Managing Board, Deutsche Messe.“Tomorrow’s innovations are only possible when different industries and cultures exchange ideas.”One of the biggest highlights of Hannover Messe Digital Days is the Hermes Award ceremony. For the first time, this internationally coveted technology prize will be awarded digitally. The winner will be announced on 14th July.Deutsche Messe announced at the end of March it would not be holding Hannover Messe this year.In a statement, the organiser said comprehensive travel restrictions, bans on group gatherings and a prohibition decree in the Hanover region made it impossible to stage the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology.last_img read more

Corpus Christi sells former Navy property

first_imgCanyon Supply supports oil and gas production companies in the western Gulf of Mexico. It intends to develop the industrial part of the facility for offshore logistics for the oil and gas industry. The company will also work with Texas A&M to lease part of the base as an alternative energy centre and for related education activities.In a statement, Port Corpus Christi and Canyon Supply will finalise a letter of intent for final approval at the March 8 port commission meeting, although port officials stressed there is still a 60-day period for the deal to be closed.Naval Station Ingleside was designated for closure under the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Act resulting in the departure of the Navy in April 2010. At that time, ownership of the base reverted to the Port of Corpus Christi Authority. The naval station includes 483 acres with more than 70 buildings. The port has also included 433 acres of green field property bordering the base to be incorporated in the development project.In May 2010, the Port Corpus Christi Commission said it was moving forward with arrangements which anticipate the sale of the former Navy property to Service Marine Group – http://www.heavyliftpfi.com/content/newsitem.aspx?rf=1&id=1566 But HLPFI understands that this deal fell through.last_img read more

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first_imgThe ship remained at a 45 degree list while it was towed to Spitbank, just inside Portsmouth Harbour. The tow was executed by Svitzer in cooperation with the salvors. Queen’s Harbour Master Portsmouth has established a temporary exclusion zone of 300 m around the vessel. The vessel is currently undergoing a full assessment of her condition. The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said that disruption to the Port of Southampton is minimal, but there will a slight restriction in traffic movements until Höegh Osaka is clear of the main channel.www.hoeghautoliners.comlast_img read more

Arrest Made in Cyber Attacks Against M-DCPS

first_imgEarly this morning, Miami-Dade Schools Police (M-DSPD) made an arrest related to the cyber-attacks that have maliciously disrupted teaching and learning since school began on Monday.M-DSPD detectives traced an IP address responsible for the attacks to a 16-year-old student, a junior at South Miami Senior High School. A thorough investigation is being conducted by M-DSPD, working jointly with the FBI, the Secret Service and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).The student admitted to orchestrating eight Distributed Denial-of-Service cyber attacks, designed to overwhelm District networks, including web-based systems needed for My School Online. The student used an online application to carry out these attacks and has been charged with Computer Use in an Attempt to Defraud – a 3rd degree felony, and Interference with an Educational Institution – a 2nd degree misdemeanor.Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) has been the target of more than a dozen of these types of attacks since the 2020-2021 school year began. Detectives are continuing their investigation to determine whether additional individuals are responsible for the attacks.“We believe, based upon our investigation, that other attackers are out there. We will not rest until every one of them is caught and brought to justice. Cyber attacks are serious crimes, which have far-reaching negative impacts. Our message to anyone thinking of attempting a criminal act like this is to think twice. We will find you,” said M-DSPD Chief Edwin Lopez.“I commend our detectives, the FBI, Secret Service, and FDLE for their tireless efforts to pursue those responsible for these attacks. It is disheartening that one of our own students has admitted to intentionally causing this kind of disruption, however, I am confident that the M-DCPS family will continue to show its resilience and commitment to education, in the face of adversity,” said Superintendent of Schools Alberto M. Carvalho.last_img read more

DFA wants out of court settlement with former president

first_imgMr John is suing the Association for salaries, allowances and other benefits totaling over $100,000 for the period 2013-2015.The Dominica Football Association (DFA) has said that it would prefer an out of court settlement on a pending legal matter between the association and its former president.Former president of DFA, Patrick John, filed a law suit against the organization and its president, Glen Etienne for salaries, allowances and other benefits totaling over $100,000 for the period 2013-2015. Mr Etienne noted that the Association’s legal team is currently dealing with the matter and they have submitted a defence. “The DFA would like to handle it out of court; if we don’t have any choice then we will have to go to court,” Mr Etienne told a press conference earlier this week.DFA President Glen Etienne. Photo credit: Caribbean Elections“It’s not something we want to do, we would rather want to deal with it out of the court angle so I am hoping that it can be solved in that aspect you know,” he continued.Mr John was banned by the FIFA disciplinary committee for two years in 2011. The two year ban also included a $3300.00 fine and was part of a final round of sanctions for Caribbean officials caught in the conspiracy.FIFA had initially charged John for accepting US $40, 000 in cash from Bin Hammam to support him in an election campaign against president Sepp Blatter.A DFA conference in following the FIFA ban, voted to suspend him for the remainder of his term of office which would have ended in 2015.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews DFA wants out of court settlement with former president by: – April 25, 2013 Tweet Share Sharecenter_img Share Sharing is caring! 36 Views   6 commentslast_img read more

Police officers to propose 14% salary increase

first_img Share Share LocalNews Police officers to propose 14% salary increase by: – July 19, 2014 Sharing is caring! The membership of the Police Welfare Association has reached an agreement on a proposal for salary increases. The officers, who met at a membership meeting on July 18, have agreed on a fourteen percent salary increase for the triennium 2012 to 2015. The membership rejected government’s offer of a zero percent increase or a “wage freeze” for the triennium last month and met to agree a counter-proposal.Chairman of the Police Welfare Association, Jefferson Drigo told Dominica Vibes on July 19, the nineteen page proposal for salary increase will be sent to government on Monday, July 21. “We presented 14% for the triennium, five percent for 2012/2013, five percent for 2013/2014 and four percent for 2014/2015”.Mr Drigo informed that there were other areas discussed that will be included in the proposal.“We discussed for allowances including the out-station allowance from $200 to $350, the plain clothes allowance from $250 to $400, and we are asking government for a new allowance which is the over-time allowance”.The Association wants government to introduce the overtime allowance of three hundred dollars ($300) to compensate for the extra hours that police officers work. Mr Drigo also informed that proper research of other jurisdictions was done and assisted them in reaching the proposed figure. “During our research, we realized that the other jurisdictions like St Lucia…the government of St Lucia recognize that it cannot pay overtime so they gave them a flat rate of $475.00, in Antigua they started at $455 and in Guyana it is over $1000 dollars”.Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit indicated last week that government is not in a position to meet salary increases due to global economic crisis which the country continues to grapple with. However, Mr Drigo remains optimistic that government will meet their proposal for salary increase. Dominica Vibes Newscenter_img 37 Views   no discussions Share Tweetlast_img read more