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first_imgThe 59-year-old resident Jessie Decimino was caught on the strength of an arrest warrant around 5 a.m. on June 2, a police report showed.Decimino was listed as the No.10 most wanted person in Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office. The suspect was detained in the lockup cell of the E.B. Magalona municipal police station. BACOLOD City – The court recommended no bail bond for the temporary liberty of a rape suspect arrested in Barangay Canlusong, E.B. Magalona, Negros Occidental. The court recommended no bail bond for his temporary liberty./PN Police officers served the warrant issued by Judge Dyna Doll Chiongson-Trocio of the Regional Trial Court Branch 40 in Silay City dated Jan. 23, 2020.last_img


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first_imgPitch 11: 88 mile-per-hour sinker swung on and missed. Strike one.Pitch 12: 91 mile-per-hour fastball fouled off. Strike two.Rivera left Iona in June as the team leader in strikeouts and ERA. His confidence, athleticism and mechanics culminated together. He entered the realm of professional baseball at his developmental peak, still unsure what he profiled as a potential major league pitcher.“He’ll find success,” McGrath said. “He’s never been one to back down. He’s got fire in his belly that keeps him going.”Pitch 15: 86 mile-per-hour slider swung on and missed. Strike three.Improvement with the Doubledays has come in stages.Pitching coach Tim Redding said he’s never made more mechanical changes with another pitcher as he has with Rivera, who bounced between the bullpen and starting rotation.Redding moved Rivera to the right side of the pitching rubber to create a more intimidating angle for right-handed hitters, who see many of Rivera’s pitches look tantalizingly close to hitting them.“As the levels get harder, you have to really learn how to pitch,” Rivera said.  “Here, you throw one, they see it. The next one they foul it off. The next one, if you throw it again, they’re going to square it up.”Pitch 17: 89 mile-per-hour fastball outside. Ball one.Pitch 18: 92 mile-per-hour fastball fouled off. One ball, one strike.Pitch 19: 88 mile-per-hour lineout to right field.The final two Scrappers hitters Rivera faced reached base, but he exited the game with his team ahead. A job well done in Redding’s eyes.Rivera’s pitching with a confidence that manifested itself from turning around a baseball career at a dead end. He’s found solace in his father’s nightly words of encouragement, knowing he’s finally well equipped to forge his own path to the major leagues.“His dad can’t pitch for him, I can’t pitch for him, and pitching coaches in the future can’t pitch for him,” Redding said. “He’s just got to be comfortable with himself and realize it’s just him out there and not everybody else.” Comments AUBURN, N.Y. — Mariano Rivera III held up one finger, signifying his final pitch.His feet shoulder-width apart atop the bullpen mound; his metal spikes cracking the littered sunflower seed shells. The glove on his left hand and ball in his right came together at his waist, and he rocked back to begin his throwing motion.The catcher’s glove popped as it halted the trajectory of Rivera’s 90 mile-per-hour projectile. Rivera hopped off the mound after throwing his final warm-up pitch, and exited to the field through the bullpen gate past his fellow relief pitchers clad in red Auburn Doubledays hoodies.Rivera recounted the methodology of pitching as he approached the mound to face the Mahoning Valley Scrappers in the fifth and sixth innings on Aug. 26 en route to collecting his first professional win in the 27-pitch relief outing.“Staying calm and having a short-term memory,” Rivera said of knowing how to pitch. “Learning how to read the swings of batters.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“You know what pitch you threw and how they reacted.”Pitch one: 89 mile-per-hour fastball fouled away. Strike one.The 5-foot-11 right-hander developed rapidly in three years at Iona College and was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the fourth round of the MLB Draft this year based purely on ability, not because of a Hall of Fame pedigree as the son of former New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera.The younger Rivera persevered in his first professional season with the Doubledays, the short season single-A Nationals affiliate, who play 30 miles from the Syracuse University campus. He posted an underwhelming 4.15 earned run average, a struggle that helped him grow a new appreciation his “art.”The Rivera family lifeblood of pitching is on track to bear another success story.“I’m nothing like my father, I’m just starting,” Rivera said. “There’s nothing to compare. He’s up here and I’m down there.”Pitch five: 92 mile-per-hour fastball chopped foul. Two balls, two strikes.Pitch six: 84 mile-per-hour slider swung on and missed. Strike three.The fourth-round draftee has come a long way since maxing out at 82 miles per hour as a scrawny senior in high school, being used almost exclusively as a pinch runner.Equipped with nothing else but athletic genes and a familiar name, Rivera was taken under the wing of Iona pitching coach Sean McGrath in 2013. Despite a “vanilla” arsenal of three pitches, McGrath was amazed by Rivera’s arm speed.“There was little learning curve with him,” McGrath said. “It was, ‘hey, here’s your challenge, take it,’ and it was almost done.”Pitch eight: 82 mile-per-hour change-up swung on and missed. One ball, two strikes.Pitch nine: 91 mile-per-hour fastball grounded out to second base.McGrath unshackled Rivera’s lower body — improving his leg kick among other aspects of his windup — to give him up to 10 extra miles per hour on his pitches over three seasons at Iona.But as scouts dotted the stands to see Rivera in action his first two years, he faltered. Even with the blueprint for success in hand, an emotionally unstable foundation didn’t lend itself to building.Pitch 10: 90 mile-per-hour fastball blooped for a single.By Rivera’s junior year, McGrath helped his pitcher adopt the mindset that he didn’t need to impress every scout, just the right one.“They saw something that I myself didn’t see at the moment,” Rivera saidLogan Reidsma | Photo Editor Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Published on September 9, 2015 at 9:47 pm Contact Connor: cgrossma@syr.edu | @connorgrossmanlast_img read more


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first_imgThe site also offers special “In Company” features which let you network among your work colleagues differently than how you network with persons outside the company. With your “In Company” connections, you may choose to reveal a relationship with a high profile contact that you would not share to others outside the company…or the other way around. Also, “In Company” users with Silver or Gold memberships can make unlimited introductions and information requests. Another unique feature is WhoDoYouKnowAt’s Contact Data Integrity Management option (CDIM). This allows you to control who has access to your current contact information. To set this up, you fill out both your current and formerly valid, but now outdated, contact information. When your data is matched with others’ contact lists, you’re automatically notified. If they still retain your old contact information, you can then choose to grant them access to your new information or ignore the notice without them ever knowing.Too Complex?These features are only scratching the surface of what WhoDoYouKnowAt has to offer. The site has been thoroughly thought through, with seemingly every scenario or use case accounted for. There are options like Prospect Lists for connecting with contacts at targeted companies, Alerts, Relationship Rankings, and a Productivity Center for managing your connections. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#Product Reviews#web According to Lee Blaylock, founder and CEO of new business networking site WhoDoYouKnowAt, many business executives are reluctant to share their contact information publicly. For this reason, a number of professionals are hesitant to network through sites like LinkedIn where you have to connect with your colleagues and then make those connections available to anyone wanting to use your connections for an introduction. WhoDoYouKnowAt flips this concept of business networking on its head, letting you control the level of access to your contacts based on who’s asking. To do so, WhoDoYouKnowAt offers a unique “Levels of Trust” system which allows your online relationships to more accurately reflect those in the real world. With each connection, you can set their “Level of Trust” to reflect your real life relationship. For example, when sharing a contact’s information with some folks, you can choose to remain anonymous. With your more trusted relationships, however, you can choose to share all your network information. For those close connections who you want to invite into your trusted network, you can invite them to “pair” with you, meaning you’ll mutually exchange all your contact information. Unlike with LinkedIn, you don’t “pair” (aka “friend” or “connect”) with all your contacts – just the designated trusted ones. sarah perez In fact, if anything, WhoDoYouKnowAt might be overly complex for a niche product that aims to address only the needs of heavy-duty business networkers who find LinkedIn uncomfortably open. (Just look at that chart! Click to maximize). We suppose that, for those folks, WhoDoYouKnowAt could be the perfect solution given all its levels of privacy and trust. However, for the everyday business professional, LinkedIn or even Outlook will probably still suffice…or these days, even Facebook may work. center_img A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more


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first_imgATHENS — Panathinaikos ended Olympiakos’ 27-match unbeaten league run on March 2 with a stormy 3-0 away victory that was interrupted for long stretches by home fans who threw flares and other objects onto the pitch.After the game, Olympiakos fans took their frustration out on riot police, attacking them with whatever projectile was available. A police motorcycle was set on fire and police used tear gas to disperse the crowd.During the match, Panathinaikos coach Yiannis Anastasiou was hit in the face by a plastic cup full of liquid and ice cubes. Very little football was played in the last 12 minutes due to the missile-throwing after Olympiakos was awarded a penalty.“I feel a little dizzy, but I’m otherwise fine,” said Anastasiou, who compared the hostile atmosphere of the match to that of Olympiakos’ home victory over Manchester United in the Champions League.“I saw Tuesday’s game … and marveled at the fantastic atmosphere. Now, we have reverted back to our usual culture, where we (away teams) are not sure we will leave the field in one piece. What can I say,” added Anastasiou, who had a bandage over his left eye.Alejandro Dominguez missed the spotkick four minutes after it was awarded and the referee didn’t make up for time lost.In a separate incident, Olympiakos’ Michael Olaitan collapsed in the 30th minute and lay unconscious on the field for some time while being treated by both teams’ doctors. He was taken to hospital for checks, and was conscious when taken off on a stretcher.An Olympiakos official told TV channel Novasports after the game that Olaitan had injured his neck when falling on the pitch, but that he was feeling better.During the game, Panathinaikos packed the midfield and tried to hit Olympiakos on the break — a tactic that produced the visitors’ first two goals. In the 45th, a long pass found Marcus Berg inside the area and he laid the ball back for Danijel Pranjic to score with a drive from just outside the area.In the 67th, another long ball found Berg on the break and he outsprinted defender Avraam Papadopoulos before shooting past goalkeeper Roberto.In the 89th, when the game had temporarily resumed, Panathinaikos won a free kick on the left side and Mehdi Abeid found a gap in the wall to beat a motionless Roberto. Immediately afterward, a volley of flares had Panathinaikos goalkeeper Stefanos Kapino fleeing his own area for his safety.“Nothing turned out well for us today,” said a despondent Michel, the Olympiakos coach.Olympiakos midfielder David Fuster added: “We did not play like we should, but we should not linger over this. It was a bitter moment in an otherwise very good season.”Indeed, even after losing to its hated archrival, Olympiakos still has a 19-point lead with seven rounds remaining and is well on its way to winning a record 41st league championship, its 16th in 18 seasons, starting in 1996-97.Closest challenger PAOK squandered a 2-0 lead and allowed host Ergotelis to earn a 2-2 draw. This enabled Atromitos, a 3-1 winner at Panetolikos, to go level on points with second-place PAOK. Panathinaikos is fourth, five points behind Atromitos and PAOK. Asteras beat Panthrakikos 3-1 and Kalloni drew 1-1 at Panionios.(Demetris Nellas)TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more


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first_imgVANCOUVER – A woman who says a series of harassing emails from her ex-husband left her constantly looking over her shoulder, wept as she relayed the torment to a B.C. Supreme Court jury on Tuesday.Patrick Fox is charged with criminal harassment over alleged online communications and publications regarding his ex-wife Desiree Capuano.Crown counsel Mark Myhre told the court emails sent by Fox to Capuano asserted the man would do anything to make her life miserable.“The singular role for the rest of my life is to destroy your life,” Myhre read from one email.The emails sent to Capuano were signed by Patrick or Richard.After providing her testimony from behind a screen in order to block the accused from her view, the screen was removed and Capuano was asked if she recognized the man who sent the emails.She grimaced before turning her head to identify Fox, seated in the prisoners box wearing a red inmate suit.Many emails Fox is alleged to have sent between 2014 and 2016 criticize Capuano’s parenting and call her an “idiot” and “moron.” The court heard those emails were also copied to their son, whose name is protected under a publication ban.In one series of emails read out by the Crown, Fox wrote that he told their son he would shoot Capuano if shooting someone was not morally wrong and illegal.He allegedly wrote that wanting to hurt someone wasn’t illegal and he wouldn’t actually hurt Capuano unless it was in self-defence.“To me what that meant was … if the risk for going to jail was not there, he would shoot me, and he discussed it with our child,” Capuano testified.Fox also faces a charge of possession of firearms in a place where he was not authorized to do so.Capuano told the jury that her son would visit Fox in Vancouver, then return to her home to Arizona acting like a different person, appearing withdrawn and scared.“He would not associate with the family, he would not accept hugs like he normally would,” Capuano said of her son.The court heard Fox created a website revealing Capuano’s personal information, including her home address, place of work, and family photos, along with copies of their email correspondence.The website referred to Capuano as a white supremacist, child abuser and drug addict.Capuano said she was fearful of having her personal information and the identities of her son with Fox and her other son accessible to anyone.“We talked about moving, we talked about hiding identities, about what we could do to disappear so I could protect my family,” she testified.Myhre asked Capuano about her attempts to have the website taken down, including filing an order of protection against Fox in Arizona, contacting the website host and the RCMP.“I couldn’t get anyone to do anything about the website or the harassment and I was still at a point anybody any time Googled my name the website would come up, and it appeared that I wrote the website,” Capuano said.The jury heard that Capuano turned to the media for help and did a televised interview with the CBC in 2016.After the interview, the website changed to reflect that it wasn’t written by her, she said.But the website remained active and Capuano said she believed she lost a job offer because of it.She said she increasingly feared for her safety, believing Fox could illegally enter the U.S.“I know how much he despises me and all of the times he told me the world would be better without me in it,” she said.Capuano said she considered relinquishing custody of their son, but didn’t believe it would help end the harassment.“I could give him everything he wanted and it wouldn’t matter, he wouldn’t stop,” she said.The jury has yet to hear from the defence.—Follow @Givetash on Twitter.last_img read more