The man accused of gunning down 22 people at a busy Walmart in El Paso, Texas last month was indicted for capital murder on Thursday.El Paso County DA Jaime Esparza intends to seek the death penalty in the August 3 massacre, according to a statement.“The District Attorney’s Office will continue to work hard to ensure that justice is done and is committed to assisting the victims through the judicial process,” the statement said.Patrick Crusius, 21, is accused of walking into the Texas store with an AK-47 and opening fire on August 3.An online manifesto believed to be written by the suspect says the motive for the shooting was his dislike of Mexicans, anti-environmentalists, and big corporations.He is being held at the El Paso County Detention Facility without bond.Federal authorities reportedly plan to bring separate capital murder charges against the suspect.The Department of Justice is investigating the case as an act of domestic terrorism and a hate crime.Related content:UPDATED: TX Authorities Seeking Death Penalty Against Shooting Suspect
The Martin County Sheriff’s Office posted about the situation on Facebook, writing, “Cheryl Nanartonis believed she was in crisis, her refrigerator broke down and her food was going to spoil. She said her resources were limited and she didn’t have the funds to buy a replacement.”“So Cheryl called 911. Although 911 is reserved for emergencies only, deputies were dispatched to Cheryl’s Jensen Beach home. They explained to Cheryl the importance of reserving 911 for emergencies only. But that’s not all,” it adds.The post continues, “Realizing how upset Cheryl was, they knew they couldn’t clear the call without taking action. So Deputy Marcum, Deputy Elliot and Sgt. Flynn made arrangements with the Jensen Beach Goodwill to donate a gently used refrigerator to Cheryl. The deputies even had it delivered, and Cheryl was back on track.”The Sheriff’s Office ended the post by thanking Sam Fincher and Peggy Brewer at the local Goodwill for helping solve Nanartonis’ problem.If you don’t try, you’ll never know! Courtesy: Martin County Sheriff’s Office/Facebook One Martin County woman recently called 911 for a different kind of “emergency.”When her refrigerator broke and she did not have the money needed to repair it, she decided to call the police and see if they could help. Why not, right?It turns out, that was a smart move on her part.Officers responding to the Jensen Beach home of Cheryl Nanartonis informed her that 911 is meant for emergencies only.Fortunately for her though, they also decided to figure out a way to help her.
Stephanie and Bryan PalumboStephanie Margaret Checton and Bryan Jeffrey Palumbo were married on October 22, 2011 at Holy Cross Church, Rumson. Reverend Michael Manning performed the ceremony. Meghan Checton, sister of the bride, and Steve Brousell, friend of the groom, attended the couple. The wedding was followed by a reception at Navesink Country Club.Stephanie is the daughter of John and Maria Checton, Rumson. She is a graduate of Red Bank Catholic High School and University of Delaware with a B.A. in fine arts. She is production manager and designer at Alpine Creative Group, Manhattan.Mr. Palumbo is the son of Jeff and Nancy Palumbo, Little Silver. He graduated from Red Bank Regional High School and Lehigh University with a B.S. in finance and marketing. He is currently a credit trader at Standard Chartered Bank, Manhattan.After a wedding trip to India and Maldives, the couple will reside in Hoboken, NJ.
SAN JOSE — Almost right from the moment he arrived in the Bay Area from upstate New York and was so famously picked up at the airport by Joe Thornton, Sharks winger Evander Kane hasn’t had a problem fitting into his surroundings.He had 14 points in 17 regular season games for the Sharks after he was acquired from the Buffalo Sabres in February in a trade deadline day deal. In the summer, he attended his first NASCAR event at Sonoma Raceway, and a few days later, took part in former Warrior …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest This week on The Ohio Ag Net Podcast, brought to you by AgriGold, Dale Minyo, Matt Reese, Bart Johnson and Ty Higgins discuss the U.S. pulling out of the Paris Accord and how one agribusiness is helping guide new and young farmers in a profitable direction. Matt Reese visits with Robyn S. Wilson, PhD. She is an Associate Professor of Risk Analysis and Decision Science at the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences School of Environment and Natural Resources at Ohio State. They talk about both sides of the spectrum when it comes to climate change and the Paris Accord. Ty talks with Farm Credit’s Gary Matteson about how his organization is helping young farmers get on a path to success during a tough time in the ag economy.
Related Posts Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces brian s hall Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles is now using iPads and FaceTime to allow mothers to bond with premature or critically ill newborns in the intensive care unit.Yes, it’s a savvy implementation of mobile computing technology. It is also unmistakably heartwarming, even in the context of mothers and babies hospitalized on different floors, unable to see each other except via screen. The hospital calls the project BabyTime. What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Tags:#Apple#iPad Images courtesy of Maxine Dunitz Children’s Health Center at Cedars-Sinai Mothers who are confined to recovery rooms following delivery, typically because of a cesarean section or other complications, often can’t see their newborns in the intensive care unit for 2-3 days. “With BabyTime, the new mother can now see their baby in about 2-3 hours,” Yvonne Kidder, a clinical nurse in the hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), told me:BabyTime’s been wonderful. For mothers, to see their baby, this absolutely lessens their anxiety. For the fathers, who can become overwhelmed with all the information they are receiving, BabyTime bridges the gap and allows for a direct line between mother and caregivers. Approximately 20% to 30% of mothers who undergo a cesarian section are not initially well enough to travel from their bed to the NICU. Once an infant is admitted to the NICU, the hospital sets up a iPad next to the baby’s incubator and provides a second iPad to the new mother. A NICU nurse will explain to the mother over BabyTime chat what “all the lines and tubes” connected to their child are and “answer any questions the mother may have about her baby’s care and well-being.”The program went live this February. The hospital makes the service available for “all in-house deliveries.” New mothers can request a BabyTime chat at any time, although only twice a day. The hospital uses a secure connection for these video communications.Mothers can also watch as nurses and doctors treat their newborn in the NICU — and can even ask questions and make suggestions.Charles F. Simmons, Jr., chair of the hospital’s pediatrics department, said in a statement:BabyTime will help bridge communication with the family and the baby’s medical team and is an excellent use of technology to help new mothers bond with their babies, even when they cannot be physically at their babies’ bedside. Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement
About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Arsenal boss Emery full of praise for ‘angry’ Guendouziby Freddie Taylora month agoSend to a friendShare the loveUnai Emery was full of praise for Matteo Guendouzi after Sunday’s 3-2 comeback win over Aston Villa. Guendouzi marshalled the Gunners midfield, showing an attitude and maturity beyond his 21 years. Speaking after the game, Emery said he was pleased with Guendouzi’s “anger”.He said: “With Matteo, last year when he came here he progressed and he is progressing. Really I like that spirit he has, he has talent but above all his attitude, his energy, his commitment and his behaviour. “He’s one player who is angry when he is not playing but I like that. “I like that player because when they are angry they are asking you to play, when you decide that they play today they know they have a commitment to give what you need and he is one player, he is improving. “I want to be calm with him, he is humble and continuing improving and growing up with us.”