Suspected bandit shot by Police

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first_imgA 23-year-old suspected bandit of Laing Avenue, Charlestown, Georgetown was on Friday shot to his right foot by police moments after he and an accomplice were cornered after robbing a Bourda Market vendor of 0,000 in cash. The suspect is presently under guard at the Georgetown Public Hospital.Reports are that a 56-year-old vendor had just arrived at his Pike Street, Kitty residence and was about to open his gate when the suspects confronted him. The men, one of whom was armed with a handgun, held the vendor at gunpoint and relieved him of the bag containing the money before making good their escape. The police were alerted, and responded promptly.They cornered the men in Kitty, but the bandits opened fire on the police ranks. The police returned fire, hitting one of the bandits, who fell to the ground while the other escaped. A portion of the loot has been recovered in his possession.And acting on information, police conducted a search on a house at Duncan Street, Newtown, during which an unlicensed revolver and two live rounds of ammunition, along with one spent shell, were found.Four males and two females who were at the house at the time of the police search have been arrested. One of the females is said to be the girlfriend of the wounded suspect.The police are continuing their hunt for the second bandit as investigations continue.last_img read more


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first_imgDES MOINES, Iowa – Mai-Ly Tran has been named head women’s tennis coach at Drake University, Associate Athletic Director Brian Brown announced Wednesday, July 27. Tran played for Cal State Fullerton from 2004-07 and accumulated 38 wins during her career. As a senior, she earned all-Big West second-team honors with her doubles partner Gina Le. Print Friendly Version Tran’s tireless work over the last three seasons resulted in the best season in program history in 2016 with 17 wins and the Titans’ first winning season since 2004. “I am thrilled that Mai-Ly Tran will be joining our Drake Bulldog family,” said Brown, who coordinated the nationwide coaching search. “Mai-Ly’s professionalism, preparation and passion to win makes her the perfect coach to lead our women’s tennis program on and off the court. She has helped reinvigorate the program at Cal State Fullerton and created a winning culture. We look forward to continued success under her leadership.” Tran tutored Alexis Valenzuela, who was three-time Big West singles first-team selection and the first Titan to earn first-team honors in program history. This past spring, Valenzuela and doubles partner Camille De Leon became the second Titan duo to receive first-team All-Big West honors.center_img Tran comes to Drake from Cal State Fullerton, where she spent the last three years as assistant women’s tennis coach. She helped lead the Titans to a 35-33 overall record the past three seasons, while also compiling nine Big West Conference awards, six Big West Player of the honors and 11 Big West All-Academic accolades. Prior to her stint at Cal State Fullerton, Tran served as the Director of Tennis at Hope International University before coaching four years at Orange Lutheran High School. “I would like to thank Brian Brown and the rest of the Drake University Athletic Department for this incredible opportunity and for welcoming me to the Bulldog Family. I would also like to express my gratitude to Cal State Fullerton for its unwavering guidance and support of my professional growth,” Tran said. “I am honored and humbled to be chosen to lead this group of talented young women. I am eager to build upon the wonderful potential these student-athletes have demonstrated as we begin our journey towards taking the women’s tennis program to the next level.”last_img read more