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OPD investigating Walmart theft

first_img Police searching for woman connected to husband’s death Home Local News Crime OPD investigating Walmart theft Twitter Facebook Previous articleDAILY OIL PRICE: March 14Next articleOPD searching for sex offender admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Police searching for man connected to hit and run Fruit Salad to Die ForCreamy Fruit SaladSouthern Style Potato SaladPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Facebook Pinterest Local NewsCrime OPD investigating Walmart theftcenter_img WhatsApp Police are searching for a suspect who stole another person’s key fob and house keys at Walmart last month.Officers were first called about the theft around 11:35 p.m. on Feb. 27 at Walmart, 2450 Loop 338, an Odessa Police Department news release stated.The complainant told police when she went to put groceries into their car, they noticed their keys were missing, the release detailed, and found them gone went they went back to the cashier.Surveillance footage showed the next person in line putting the victim’s key fob and house keys into her purse, the release stated.Photos of the suspect can be found at odessapd.com or on OPD’s Facebook page.Police are asking anyone with information regarding the identity of the suspect to call OPD at 432-333-3641 or Odessa Crime Stoppers at 432-333-TIPS and reference case No. 18-9000125. Twitter Youngsters urged to be safe over graduation weekends By admin – March 14, 2018 Police are asking anyone with information regarding the identity of the suspect to call OPD at 432-333-3641 or Odessa Crime Stoppers at 432-333-TIPS and reference case No. 18-9000125. Pinterest WhatsApplast_img read more

Campbell Feast honors Juliette Esprit

first_img Share 59 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring! Share Tweetcenter_img Share The 2012 Campbell Feast has been celebrated in memory and honor of a former village council clerk, Juliette Esprit.Esprit and her son lost their lives after being buried inside their homes in a 2007 landslide in Campbell.The Committee presented a plaque to her family on Sunday in appreciation of Esprit’s work.A member of the Campbell/Despor Village Feast Committee Kerry St Hillaire told a Church Service on Sunday that Esprit spent ix years prior to her death, working tirelessly as a devoted clerk and committee member.She said “it was with great sadness and shock that the community loss a hero on August 17, 2007. Juliette along with her son Jamey perished. She is gone but will never be forgotten. Her memory will remain in our hearts and minds”.The parliamentary representative for Campbell Rayburn Blackmoore was also awarded for his support to the community.Blackmoore took that opportunity to encourage the villagers to emulate the life of Esprit.“She stood for community and people should emulate her. She died with her boots on and that’s remarkable. The people of Campbell have suffered a lot over the years. It is a very vulnerable area especially when you have a lot of rain”.According to Blackmoore, the people of Campbell have been able to fight back and demonstrate result.“The people know that this is the only government that has really tried to being some level of relief to the people. I know we have done a lot but we still have lots of work to do,” he said.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews Campbell Feast honors Juliette Esprit by: – April 10, 2012last_img read more

Taylor named captain for women’s Team-of-the-Year

first_img(CMC) – West Indies Women captain Stafanie Taylor has been named captain of the ICC Women’s Twenty20 Team-of-the-Year.The 26-year-old was one of three West Indies players in the squad with the flamboyant Deandra Dottin and teenaged opener Hayley Matthews also making the XI.Jamaican Taylor is one of the premier cricketer in the women’s game. She has scored just over 4 000 runs in 108 One-Day Internationals where she averages 43.She averages 37 from her 80 T20Is that have yielded 2 474 runs.In the period under consideration, Taylor scored 266 runs at an average of 53, and currently tops the ICC T20 batting rankings.Dottin, meanwhile, has stood out once again with her powerful middle-order hitting, with a brilliant hundred against Sri Lanka Women last October.She is now the only woman with two T20 hundreds following her exploits during the 2010 T20 World Cup in the Caribbean.Fellow Barbadian Matthews, still on 19-year-old, has emerged as the leading women’s bowler and all-rounder over the past year and sits on top both rankings.She scored 163 runs during the period under consideration while taking 10 wickets with her steady off-spin.All three Windies players are currently plying their trade in Australia’s Women’s Big Bash.No West Indies player made the ICC ODI Team-of-the-Yearlast_img read more

UW opens spring with trip to nation

first_imgDEREK MONTGOMERY/Herald PhotoWith Lake Mendota still frozen over and snow still lingering on the ground, it seems a bit goofy to be discussing soccer. But for the UW men’s soccer team, it is never too soon to get the ball rolling on its spring schedule, and that’s just what they did on a trip to Washington D.C. last week.While the trip certainly offered the Badgers a chance to get back into action, it wasn’t necessarily all business. The team intertwined action on the pitch — including its first shot at actually playing on grass — with trips to the White House, Capitol and Pentagon.”When we go on the spring trips we like to combine some of the soccer stuff with some of the tourist, educational component as well,” Wisconsin head coach Jeff Rohrman said. “It was great for our guys to play some competitive games, and, at the same time get a chance to meet Senator Kohl and do a couple of tours. It was fantastic.”Wisconsin opened play last Sunday, falling to the Richmond Kickers club team in a 1-0 game, but battled back later that same day, coming through with a 3-0 victory over the University of Richmond Spiders.But perhaps the soccer highlight of the trip came in a Tuesday matchup with defending-champion Maryland. While playing with a different format — four 30-minute periods instead of two 45-minute halves — the Badgers played to a draw with the Terrapins.”I thought they played quite well in all three games … considering we hadn’t even been outside — our first time on grass was at one of the parks there,” Rohrman said. “When you’re with the team for five or six days you certainly get time to talk to each other and get to know each other. A lot of positives come from the [trip].”Another one of those positives included getting Eric Conklin and Scott Lorenz — the two freshmen who redshirted this past fall — into action with the team.”I think the two freshmen that we redshirted showed well,” Rohrman said. “They met our expectations for what they could do and I know they were excited to finally get a uniform on and get out there.”Overall, the head coach who is heading into his fifth season at UW was impressed with the team’s play on the defensive end.The Badgers gave up 30 goals in 19 games last season while going 8-11-0 overall. But with seven of those 11 losses coming by one goal or less, the defense — led by captain Aaron Hohlbein — is looking to step things up, starting right away this spring.”I think we’ve taken a few steps forward on the defensive side,” Rohrman said. “That’s certainly been a point of emphasis with us, in terms of not giving up goals. We have enough fire power to create some things, we just have to be sure we’re taking care of the defensive side of it.”Victor Diaz, who will be a sophomore next fall, led the way as far as goal-scoring on the trip to the nation’s capital, scoring twice. The Spaniard really came on down the stretch in his first year as a Badger.Diaz has been joined by a fellow Madrid native this spring, freshman Pablo Delgado. While it may take the 21-year old some time to get used to the college game, his resume speaks for itself.Delgado has played for some of the top amateur teams in Spain and twice played in the COTIF international tournament. Diaz, who had to make the same transition less than two years ago, will probably be a key factor in helping Delgado gear his game more towards college play.”Being from the same country and having known each other a few years, there’s obviously a great connection there,” Rohrman said. “Victor is such a wonderful personality and a good person. I’m sure he’s going to help Pablo in any way he can. It’s just a natural thing for Pablo to migrate towards Victor.”Just how much Delgado will have to lean on Diaz is the question. Rohrman is encouraged by what he’s seen from the incoming freshman already in his first few weeks with the team.”To be honest, Pablo has done very, very well these first few weeks,” Rohrman said. “He’s a very mature young man and he’s made the adjustment rather quickly from what I can see right now.”The Badgers spring season continues April 1, when they will host a round-robin tournament including UW-Green Bay, UW-Parkside and Northwestern at McClimon Soccer Complex.”Hopefully the weather will cooperate — on April 1 you never know what you’re going to get,” Rohrman said. “You really have to take advantage of every playing opportunity.”last_img read more

USC still has issues on offense

first_img“Laying Down the Laws” runs Mondays. To comment on this story, email Will at [email protected] or visit dailytrojan.com.Follow Will on Twitter @WillLaws Up until Saturday’s matchup against Notre Dame, the Ed Orgeron era at USC had been all about fun, smiles and desserts.But after watching the Trojans repeatedly shoot themselves in the foot in the final minutes to hand the game to one of their biggest rivals, it was hard for any member of the Trojan faithful to stay positive.Even with “Darth Visor” no longer roaming the USC sideline, questionable coaching decisions and stagnant offensive play down the stretch hamstrung the Trojans as they suffered a 14-10 loss that was tough to watch for most of the second half.Orgeron kept up an upbeat demeanor after the game, smiling at each reporter who asked him a question in the post-game press conference. He was questioned about everything from his fourth-down playcall to his confidence in junior kicker Andre Heidari, who missed two field goals that ended up being the difference in the game.“He’s been good for us,” Orgeron said of the kicker, who is now 6 of 11 on the season, and 2 of 7 on kicks longer than 30 yards.It was hard to watch Heidari on Saturday night and come to the same conclusion; Heidari’s 46-yard attempt in the fourth quarter fell well short of the uprights, and he’s never resembled the same player that made 15 of 17 attempts his freshman year since suffering a knee injury early last season.But it’s obviously not fair to fault the kicker for what unfolded Saturday night — there’s plenty of blame to go around.Senior running back Silas Redd spent the first half ripping Notre Dame’s defense for 91 yards on 14 carries, arguably playing the best half of his USC career. Yet he only received two touches in the painfully slow third quarter, when both teams combined for just 57 yards. Where was USC’s most consistent offensive contributor during this snoozefest?USC averaged just 2.1 yards per play in the third quarter — did it not cross the mind of offensive coordinator Clay Helton to hand the ball off to the player who had just averaged 6.5 yards per carry in the first half?Now, some would criticize Orgeron for electing to go for it on 4th and 20 with three minutes left instead of taking the field goal on what would turn out to be USC’s second-to-last possession. But I find it hard to argue with that decision since there was no guarantee USC would be getting the ball back. And as Orgeron astutely observed after the game, “We weren’t kicking field goals very well.”What really hurt USC’s chances the most was the offensive line’s frustrating penchant for penalties.With both offenses slogging, USC decided to go for it on 4th and 6 from Notre Dame’s 29-yard line on the last play of the third quarter. Redshirt sophomore quarterback Cody Kessler appeared to pick up the first down on a scramble, but a holding call on junior right guard Aundrey Walker canceled out the pickup and forced a punt.When faced with nearly the same exact situation on their next drive — 4th and 5 on the Notre Dame 29-yard line — the Trojans elected for a field goal, and Heidari’s 46-yard try fell short.That first penalty on Walker was certainly maddening, but not nearly as devastating as the subsequent holding call on him that negated another run by Kessler inside Notre Dame’s 5-yard line with less than four minutes remaining in the game. Instead of having a first and goal opportunity, the Trojans were instead faced with 3rd and 22 from the 33-yard line.That drive ended with a false start by redshirt freshman left tackle Chad Wheeler and a sack. All in all, the offensive line had accounted for 25 penalty yards (sophomore left guard Max Tuerk also was flagged for holding earlier in the drive), essentially negating the 28 yards Kessler and the offense had managed to scrape together when they weren’t penalized. The Trojans netted only three yards while taking 3:38 off the clock, ruining their own chances to escape with a win.The mistake-laden performance wasted a superb effort from USC’s defense that allowed only 47 yards in the second half.“We were killing ourselves with penalties and missed assignments,” Kessler said. “If you can’t convert on third down and keep drives going you can’t really win a game.”The fact that USC even got two possessions near the end with a chance to win seemed like a miracle in itself. After a rush by Notre Dame backup quarterback Andrew Hendrix with seven minutes remaining, in which he picked up the first third-down conversion by either team since the first quarter, the game seemed destined to end without any more threats from the Trojans.That proved untrue, as freshman safety Su’a Cravens’ fumble recovery gave USC another chance. But the Trojans failed to capitalize on the opportunities as they had the rest of the night — and most of this season.last_img read more

Appiah: Sudan game is the most important

first_imgGhana coach has urged his Black Stars not to look at the table rather concentrate on their FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Sudan.The Black Stars head into the match in Kumasi sitting second and three points behind Zambia in the group and know nothing less than three points are likely keep them in the hunt of reaching the top.Kwesi Appiah says there is still a long road to go in the second round qualifying campaign, which reaches the halfway stage this weekend.“Our first two games mean nothing now. The most important game for us is the game against Sudan and that is what we are focusing on now,” Appiah said.“It is a long road to reaching the finals in Brazil. And we must beat them [Sudan] to stay on track. The table is a reflection of results so far but our campaign has always been in our hands.“We must focus on beating Sudan and see where that takes us.” After consecutive appearances at the finals in 2006 and 2010, the hopes of a third depends on what the present generation of Black Stars achieve in the qualifiers.For Appiah, the Black Stars can draw inspiration from two previous World Cup appearances in their bid to secure qualification for the 2014 finals in Brazil.“The World Cup is a great sporting event that every player dreams of. A few members of the present team have had that opportunity but I believe the rest can draw motivation from that.“They should have that desire of wanting to be in Brazil and make sure that they carry that dream through.“We need to go out there and take the points and keep on like that,” the Ghana coach said.last_img read more