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11-year-old robbed while walking home from school

first_img Fruit Salad to Die ForSouthern Style Potato SaladVirgin Coco MojitoPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Local NewsCrime 11-year-old robbed while walking home from school Police searching for man connected to hit and run Youngsters urged to be safe over graduation weekends WhatsApp Home Local News Crime 11-year-old robbed while walking home from school Twitter Two unknown suspects are wanted by police after reportedly robbing an 11-year-old boy Wednesday night.Officers were first called about the robbery at around 5:31 p.m. Wednesday in the 1900 block of Sunset Avenue, according to an Odessa Police Department news release.Upon arrival, police made contact with the mother of the boy, who told them he was robbed by two unknown men, the release stated.The boy was reportedly walking home from Crockett Middle School when he was approached by two adult men. Both of them grabbed the victim’s sweater and one of them said “give me everything you got.” They then took the victim’s cell phone, Bluetooth and house keys before fleeing, the release said.OPD said no injuries were reported, but the victim told police he was in fear for his life.Police described the first suspect as a Hispanic male wearing a red hoodie and black hat with Spanish words, around 5 feet and 10 inches tall with a medium build. The second suspect was described as a black man in a black hoodie and gray jeans; around 6 feet tall with a thin build.OPD is asking anyone with information regarding this investigation to call OPD at 432-333-3641 or Odessa Crime Stoppers at 432-333-TIPS and reference case number 18-09258. Facebook By admin – March 1, 2018 WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook Police searching for woman connected to husband’s death Twitter Pinterest Previous articleFive things you need to know today, March 1Next articleCOLLEGE BASKETBALL: UTPB heads to Lone Star Conference Tournament looking to regain swagger admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

Martin O’Neill: Republic of Ireland ready for Germany test

first_img O’Neill said: “They’re very strong, naturally. They’re getting back to winning ways. They’ve had what they might consider a couple of hiccups along the way, including one against us. “But we know what we have to do. It’s a very difficult game for us, but we’re capable. We have to go with all the enthusiasm and determination that that brings. We’ve got a bit of ability as well. “They are class players, as is proven by them having won the World Cup just over 15 months ago, and it will be a tough night for us. But we’re ready for it.” O’Neill will hope to draw once again on the spirit which secured a 1-1 draw in Gelsenkirchen 12 months ago when John O’Shea’s injury-time equaliser snatched a potentially invaluable point, although the Sunderland defender will need no reminding that Germany’s last visit to Dublin in October 2012 saw them crush Giovanni Trapattoni’s side 6-1 in a World Cup qualifier. The manager said: “I think the best thing to do is give it everything you’ve got in the game and have no regrets at the end of the game. We have to be as positive as possible and attempt to go for the game.” O’Neill, who worked with his players for the first time on Monday morning, has issues with which to contend, with midfielders Glenn Whelan and James McClean both suspended for Thursday’s game after collecting third bookings of the campaign against Georgia last month and injuries threatening the participation of several other men. Defender Marc Wilson is yet to meet up with the squad after staying behind at Stoke for treatment on a calf problem, while Everton full-back Seamus Coleman and Derby counterpart Cyrus Christie did not train with the rest of the group and Coleman’s club-mate Darron Gibson was a late addition to the squad as he battles his way back to full fitness after a knee problem. Training will increase in intensity as the week progresses ahead of a contest in which O’Neill knows his team may have to play without the ball for long periods. He said: “I don’t think that is something the players are not used to. In international football, that sometimes happens.” Martin O’Neill has ordered his Republic of Ireland troops not to fear world champions Germany as they attempt to take a decisive step towards Euro 2016 qualification. Ireland welcome the Group D leaders to the Aviva Stadium on Wednesday evening knowing victory against either the Germans or second-placed Poland in their final two games would secure a play-off place at worst, but that anything less could prove fatal to their hopes. Joachim Low’s men suffered an uncharacteristically low-key start to their campaign, losing in Poland and drawing at home with the Republic in their second and third qualifiers, but have put together a run of five successive victories since to illustrate their enduring class. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

A legend is retiring: How Stephen Appiah’s testimonial launch happened

first_imgStephen Appiah will look back at Monday evening and be emotional once more.The attendance to the launch of his testimonial was extremely well attended. It was particularly significant that the representation from Hearts of Oak was big.CLICK HERE TO WATCH PHOTOSFormer club CEO Harry Zakkour (pictured below, middle) and board chair Commodore Mensah (right), members of the current Hearts setup and influential official supporters groups’ reps (Aziz Haruna Futa of Hearts Chapter 0, left) represented.”Stephen was one of the guys who really wore thier hearts on their sleeves for the club,” said Commodore Mensah before the event started. And when it did, Joy Sports’ Nathaniel Attoh was compère and a remark he made was telling: “The calibre of people in this hall is such that if, God forbid, a terrorist group strikes here, we could have a situation where the soul of Ghana football can all be wiped off!” The remark drew polite applause and chuckles, but it was serious.Ablade Kumah. Sam Johnson. Abukari Damba. Richard Kingson. Laryea Kingston. Tony Baffoe. Kwesi Nyantakyi. Nana Sam Brew Butler. Dr. Mustapha Ahmed. Rev Osei Kofi.And many more.”It says a lot that we are doing this for Stephen, because this may be the beginning of how well we start treating our heroes when they are taking a back seat from active life,” Tony Baffoe noted. Appiah’s emotional speechFollowing the former Black Stars captain’s media behaviour makes one thing clear: Stephen Appiah is a man who prepares well before mounting the public stage.His speech was personal, and said in his own voice. Well, there was the odd expression here and there which showed the influence of a speech-writer, but it all added to the charm.”I wish to say a heartfelt thank you to the fans who have stayed with me all these years, from the sandy pitches of the Indafa Park in Mamprobi to the greens of Turin and in Vojvodina, Serbia where I ended my European football career” The 34-year-old took every word carefully, but not before he admitted at the beginning of the speech when his voice shook: “I’m a bit nervous here.” But like his football career, he spoke with confidence and familiarity in the four-minute speech, where he looked back at the many years he has graced the game, and spoke of plans of having a final farewell.Appiah had one last wish: “My last game will be on the 27th of June a the Accra Sports Stadium and I will very dearly wish to see my beloved supporters there to help me say goodbye to the game I love.” PraiseWidely regarded as the most successful captain of the Black Stars based on achievement, Appiah attracted unabashed praise from those present at the event. “[President of the Confederation of African Football] Issa Hayatou will always remember Stephen Appiah as the captain who plays and never gets tired,” came the anecdote from GFA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi.”Ever since he started at U-17, he has been a shy character. But as he has grown, that shyness morphed into a leadership quality we have all come to admire,” intoned Nana Sam Brew Butler, a former GFA boss.There was so much said by many others, but the day was well and truly for ‘The Tornado’.On a projector that showed audio-visual images detailing his career, Appiah’s industry and commitment to the national cause brought nostalgia.A telling image was of the player – in a number eight jersey for Ghana – taking a penalty in Malaysia in 1997. He scored. The keeper he beat? Iker Casillas.  When that image first came on, Appiah cracked a small smile.A man can only travel down the road laid before him. And on this road, the former Ghana captain has been stellar.CLICK HERE TO WATCH PHOTOSNotes* The farewell game will be on June 27. * Appiah is expected to host several of his former club teammates during his time at Udinese, Parma, Juventus and Fenerbahce in Accra * It will be a two-day event which will be climaxed with his testimonial game.* The evening before the game – June 26 – there will be an A-list dinner at the Banquet Hall of the State House in Accra.–Report: Gary Al-Smith. Follow on Twitter: @garyalsmithlast_img read more