Ricardo

26 Apr 19
NorCal Horse Racing News

We have a field of 8 for this year’s Lost in the Fog Stakes. This 75k stake is run at 6f on the main track. #1 Summersimage (Ricardo Perez/ Catalino Martinez) He is in good form and is looking to add another stakes win to his resume. Inside draw might force their hand to send. […]

26 Apr 19
Korporasyong Pangkoreo ng Pilipinas

Inanunsyo ng Korporasyong Pangkoreo ng Pilipinas (PHLPost) ang mga nagwagi sa ginanap na National On-The-Spot Letter Writing Competition para sa mga kabataang Pilipino at ang nagwaging  liham na kakatawan sa Universal Postal Union (UPU) International Letter Writing Contest sa Berne, Switzerland. Ang paligsahang ito ay naglalayong magpalawig ng karunungan at maayos na pagkakaunawaan ng mga […]

26 Apr 19
Bajan Opinion

Barbados Community College Science Expo. Teaching Us About Science.

26 Apr 19
LIADA Observación Lunar

45 meses seguidos de aportes de observadores lunares latinoamericanos de la LIADA a la revista especializada de temática lunar más prestigiosa del mundo, “The Lunar Observer”, un gran logro, sin dudas. La revista se puede descargar de la web de ALPO:  http://moon.scopesandscapes.com/tlo.pdf y también del siguiente link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kw3zH_MW0xh6MMO6BXpA8F3gyUcd0CWf/view?usp=sharing En la página 7 se reseña la […]

26 Apr 19
Prensa Libre
En una reunión semanal de representantes de partidos y el Tribunal Supremo Electoral (TSE), Neutze dijo que supo que el color en cuestión es el mismo a través de una notificación del Departamento de Organizaciones Políticas del Registro de Ciudadanos. [plr_link title=”Lea más” post_id=”2627359″ link_format=”image” thumbnail_id=”2621089″ /] “La municipalidad de Guatemala ha gastado millones de quetzales para pintar de verde todo edificio municipal. Todo iría bien, si no fuera este color el que pretende usar un candidato -en referencia a Quiñónez- en su papeleta. Es increíble. No tiene ninguna relación con su partido. Entonces a ese fraude del color quisiéramos que le pongan mucha atención”, dijo Neutze. Los colores que usa el Partido Unionista, que postula a Quiñónez, son azul y amarillo, pero Quiñónez está usando verde. El inciso ñ) del artículo 223 de la Ley Electoral prohíbe a los funcionarios la utilización de los colores y tipografía que identifiquen a una organización política en las actividades, documentos, publicidad, medios electrónicos o cualquier publicación en las que se identifique o dé a conocer la ejecución de programas o actividades oficiales. Julio Solórzano, presidente del TSE, dijo que espera que se presente la denuncia para que el organismo pueda actuar. Carlos Sandoval, candidato a diputado del Partido Unionista y portavoz edil, negó los señalamientos de Neutze. “El color que usa el candidato -Ricardo- Quiñónez es casi verde limón. El de la municipalidad es otro. La tonalidad es diferente”, defendió. “Si habrá una denuncia, se debe investigar y se sabrá que no estamos haciendo ninguna ilegalidad”, dijo Sandoval. El portavoz señaló que el Partido Unionista no ha cometido ninguna infracción, por lo que la denuncia está fuera de lugar. “Lo importante es que la población vea de qué está hecho el candidato. La gente no vota por colores, vota por capacidad y la gente sabe decidir. Estamos haciendo un proceso limpio y transparente”, concluyó Sandoval. Cabe mencionar que en este proceso electoral hay candidatos que están utilizando colores que no necesariamente representan al partido. Contenido relacionado > Gastos del día de las elecciones deben ser registrados como funcionamiento > Mauricio Radford sigue fuera de la contienda electoral por fallo de la CSJ > Quién es JJ Rendón, el estratega político que reclama US$6.1 millones a Roberto Arzú en EE. UU.
26 Apr 19
Movies ala Mark

BORDER INCIDENT  came out seven decades ago, yet apart from a few sappy minutes at the opening and finish, this harsh, wrenching noir thriller from 1949 holds up, both as a grim exercise in cinematic craft and— tragically—as a still-timely lament on an accelerated economic diaspora that’s claimed countless victims. Ruthless human traffickers smuggle desperate […]

26 Apr 19
Berita dunia sepak bola international - Infointerbola

Pada pekan ke 36 lanjutan Liga Inggris akan bertanding duel seru antara tuan rumah Leicester City versus Arsenal yang berlangsung di King Power Stadium

26 Apr 19
Media Cancha

El conjunto escarlata tiene la mira puesta en Pumas, después del importante triunfo ante América  El entrenador del Toluca, el argentino Ricardo Antonio La Volpe, manifestó su deseo de que su equipo siga en carrera rumbo a la Liguilla del Torneo Clausura 2019 de la Liga MX siempre y cuando derrote a Pumas el […]

26 Apr 19
Hablemos de discapacidad y trabajo

ADEEI: 25 AÑOS CAPACITANDO JÓVENES La exigencia es el camino para tener un trabajo competitivo “Basta del año sabático. Queremos conseguir trabajo ya”, compartieron los jóvenes de los talleres que brinda Adeei para chicos con discapacidad. Por: Jacinta Reynal Realizar talleres de capacitación ayuda a los discapacitados a conseguir mejores trabajos en el mercado. Por […]

26 Apr 19
Fatos do Iguaçu

Foto: Antonio Cruz/Agência Brasil Por André Richter – Repórter da Agência Brasil O ministro do Supremo Tribunal Federal (STF) Ricardo Lewandowski decidiu hoje (25) que somente o jornal Folha de S.Paulo e o jornalista Florestan Fernandes Júnior podem entrevistar o ex-presidente Luiz Inácio da Silva na carceragem da Polícia Federal (PF) em Curitiba. A entrevista deve ser realizada amanhã (26), […]

26 Apr 19
NorCal Horse Racing News

A field of 7 is set for the 75k Golden Poppy Stakes. It is at 1 1/16m on the turf for fillies and mares 3yo and upward. #1 Consolida (Patrick Gallagher/ Juan Hernandez) Last year’s California Oaks winner (click here) is back at Golden Gate Fields, and is looking for another stakes win. Has not […]

25 Apr 19
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Nine people with suspected gang ties have been charged as a result of the April 15 shootout at a gambling den in Monterey Park. Authorities alleged that an El Monte Flores gang member and his associates opened fire at the gambling spot run by the Asian Boyz gang. No one was injured in the shootout in the 100 block of North New Avenue but two homes and four cars were struck by bullets. During the investigation, Monterey Park police seized gambling equipment, drugs, five handguns and paraphernalia used in identity theft. #gallery-1922979-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1922979-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1922979-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1922979-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included AJ Dang, 19, of Rosemead. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Diane Gomez, 28, of Lakewood. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Iliana Zepeda, 21, of Santa Monica. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Johnny Nguyen, 28, of San Gabriel. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Joseph Lamborn, 25, of Monterey Park.(Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Randall Chinchilla, 38, of El Monte. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included 31-year-old Robert Phung. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Tommy Sour, 28, of Rosemead. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Tony Sour, 30, of Rosemead. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) Eight suspects were at Alhambra Superior Court Monday, April 22, and pleaded not guilty to various charges. Johnny Vo Nguyen, 28, of San Gabriel; Robert Phung, 31, who police identified as a transient; Diane Monique Gomez, 28, of Lakewood; Randall Chinchilla, 38, of El Monte; Tony Sour, 30, of Rosemead; Tommy Sour, 28, of Rosemead; AJ Dang, 19, of Rosemead and Iliana Angelica Zepeda, 21, of Santa Monica will return to court April 30 for a hearing, according to Ricardo Santiago, spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. Booking records show one suspect, Joseph Lamborn, 25, of Monterey Park posted bond on April 16. Officials said there’s an arrest warrant out for Lamborn. The criminal complaint alleges that Nguyen, Phung, Tony Sour, Tommy Sour and Dang are members of the Asian Boyz and used a house on New Avenue for gambling, selling drugs and stashing firearms for use by the gang. The house has bars on the windows and doors and also is equipped with surveillance cameras, according to the complaint. The group allegedly posted code of conduct signs on the walls of the gambling den and offered transportation for those who frequented the place. Gomez, who authorities claim is a member of the Maravilla gang, gambled at the location and allegedly later invited Chinchilla, a reputed El Monte gang member, to gamble there too, the complaint states. Chinchilla and his associates allegedly shot at the Asian Boyz members, the New Avenue gambling den, the people inside the house, the cars and “anything in the immediate vicinity of the fortified house.” The Asian Boyz returned fire, according to the complaint. Court documents do not reveal the motive behind the attack. Officers found “a large quantity of gambling equipment,” along with drugs, three handguns and equipment used in identity theft, according to a police statement. Officers also discovered two stolen cars parked there. Police said surveillance video shows several suspects and vehicles fleeing after the shooting. Members of the Asian Boyz along with Zepeda, who authorities claim is a Varrio Santa Monica 17th Street gang member, allegedly tried to get rid of the guns used in the shooting as well as a Jeep, according to the criminal complaint. [cq comment=”They led police on a chase.”] On April 17, police said one of the suspected getaway cars was chased by the Los Angeles Police Department. The California Highway Patrol later took over the pursuit which ended at Hellman Avenue and Atlantic Boulevard in Monterey Park. Officers arrested four people and seized two handguns, which police believe were used in the shooting. Officers arrested one suspect April 18 outside his El Monte home and recovered another suspected getaway car. The car had bullet holes from the April 15 shooting.[cq comment=” Police did not name this suspect but Chinchilla is the only suspect from El Monte.”] The DA’s Office charged all nine suspects with street terrorism by actively participating in a street gang and conspiracy to commit a crime. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Chinchilla, Nguyen, Lamborn, Phung, Dang, Tony Sour and Tommy Sour were charged with the attempted murder of a man, shooting at an inhabited dwelling and occupied vehicle as well as carrying a loaded firearm. Nguyen, Lamborn, Phung, Dang and the Sours were charged with using a fortified house to sell and possess drugs, possession of a controlled substance with a firearm, possession for sale of methamphetamines, possession for sale of codeine, possession for sale of Xanax, possession for sale of Ecstasy. Nguyen, Lamborn, Phung, Gomez and Chinchilla were charged with conducting gaming or participating in gaming for the benefit of a street gang. Nguyen, Lamborn, Phung, Gomez, Dang and the two Sours were charged with allegedly stealing the personal information of 10 or more people with intent to defraud. Dang, Zepeda, Tony Sour and Tommy Sour were charged with fleeing police while driving recklessly. Lamborn is not in custody while the other suspects are being held at county jails.
25 Apr 19
Pasadena Star News
Nine people with suspected gang ties have been charged as a result of the April 15 shootout at a gambling den in Monterey Park. Authorities alleged that an El Monte Flores gang member and his associates opened fire at the gambling spot run by the Asian Boyz gang. No one was injured in the shootout in the 100 block of North New Avenue but two homes and four cars were struck by bullets. During the investigation, Monterey Park police seized gambling equipment, drugs, five handguns and paraphernalia used in identity theft. #gallery-2261616-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-2261616-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-2261616-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-2261616-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included AJ Dang, 19, of Rosemead. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Diane Gomez, 28, of Lakewood. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Iliana Zepeda, 21, of Santa Monica. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Johnny Nguyen, 28, of San Gabriel. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Joseph Lamborn, 25, of Monterey Park.(Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Randall Chinchilla, 38, of El Monte. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included 31-year-old Robert Phung. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Tommy Sour, 28, of Rosemead. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Tony Sour, 30, of Rosemead. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) Eight suspects were at Alhambra Superior Court Monday, April 22, and pleaded not guilty to various charges. Johnny Vo Nguyen, 28, of San Gabriel; Robert Phung, 31, who police identified as a transient; Diane Monique Gomez, 28, of Lakewood; Randall Chinchilla, 38, of El Monte; Tony Sour, 30, of Rosemead; Tommy Sour, 28, of Rosemead; AJ Dang, 19, of Rosemead and Iliana Angelica Zepeda, 21, of Santa Monica will return to court April 30 for a hearing, according to Ricardo Santiago, spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. Booking records show one suspect, Joseph Lamborn, 25, of Monterey Park posted bond on April 16. Officials said there’s an arrest warrant out for Lamborn. The criminal complaint alleges that Nguyen, Phung, Tony Sour, Tommy Sour and Dang are members of the Asian Boyz and used a house on New Avenue for gambling, selling drugs and stashing firearms for use by the gang. The house has bars on the windows and doors and also is equipped with surveillance cameras, according to the complaint. The group allegedly posted code of conduct signs on the walls of the gambling den and offered transportation for those who frequented the place. Gomez, who authorities claim is a member of the Maravilla gang, gambled at the location and allegedly later invited Chinchilla, a reputed El Monte gang member, to gamble there too, the complaint states. Chinchilla and his associates allegedly shot at the Asian Boyz members, the New Avenue gambling den, the people inside the house, the cars and “anything in the immediate vicinity of the fortified house.” The Asian Boyz returned fire, according to the complaint. Court documents do not reveal the motive behind the attack. Officers found “a large quantity of gambling equipment,” along with drugs, three handguns and equipment used in identity theft, according to a police statement. Officers also discovered two stolen cars parked there. Police said surveillance video shows several suspects and vehicles fleeing after the shooting. Members of the Asian Boyz along with Zepeda, who authorities claim is a Varrio Santa Monica 17th Street gang member, allegedly tried to get rid of the guns used in the shooting as well as a Jeep, according to the criminal complaint. [cq comment=”They led police on a chase.”] On April 17, police said one of the suspected getaway cars was chased by the Los Angeles Police Department. The California Highway Patrol later took over the pursuit which ended at Hellman Avenue and Atlantic Boulevard in Monterey Park. Officers arrested four people and seized two handguns, which police believe were used in the shooting. Officers arrested one suspect April 18 outside his El Monte home and recovered another suspected getaway car. The car had bullet holes from the April 15 shooting.[cq comment=” Police did not name this suspect but Chinchilla is the only suspect from El Monte.”] The DA’s Office charged all nine suspects with street terrorism by actively participating in a street gang and conspiracy to commit a crime. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Chinchilla, Nguyen, Lamborn, Phung, Dang, Tony Sour and Tommy Sour were charged with the attempted murder of a man, shooting at an inhabited dwelling and occupied vehicle as well as carrying a loaded firearm. Nguyen, Lamborn, Phung, Dang and the Sours were charged with using a fortified house to sell and possess drugs, possession of a controlled substance with a firearm, possession for sale of methamphetamines, possession for sale of codeine, possession for sale of Xanax, possession for sale of Ecstasy. Nguyen, Lamborn, Phung, Gomez and Chinchilla were charged with conducting gaming or participating in gaming for the benefit of a street gang. Nguyen, Lamborn, Phung, Gomez, Dang and the two Sours were charged with allegedly stealing the personal information of 10 or more people with intent to defraud. Dang, Zepeda, Tony Sour and Tommy Sour were charged with fleeing police while driving recklessly. Lamborn is not in custody while the other suspects are being held at county jails.
25 Apr 19
SCNG
Nine people with suspected gang ties have been charged as a result of the April 15 shootout at a gambling den in Monterey Park. Authorities alleged that an El Monte Flores gang member and his associates opened fire at the gambling spot run by the Asian Boyz gang. No one was injured in the shootout in the 100 block of North New Avenue but two homes and four cars were struck by bullets. During the investigation, Monterey Park police seized gambling equipment, drugs, five handguns and paraphernalia used in identity theft. #gallery-1798073-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1798073-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1798073-3 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1798073-3 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included AJ Dang, 19, of Rosemead. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Diane Gomez, 28, of Lakewood. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Iliana Zepeda, 21, of Santa Monica. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Johnny Nguyen, 28, of San Gabriel. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Joseph Lamborn, 25, of Monterey Park.(Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Randall Chinchilla, 38, of El Monte. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included 31-year-old Robert Phung. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Tommy Sour, 28, of Rosemead. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) An April 15, 2019 gang-related shootout in Monterey Park led to the arrest of nine people which included Tony Sour, 30, of Rosemead. (Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department) Eight suspects were at Alhambra Superior Court Monday, April 22, and pleaded not guilty to various charges. Johnny Vo Nguyen, 28, of San Gabriel; Robert Phung, 31, who police identified as a transient; Diane Monique Gomez, 28, of Lakewood; Randall Chinchilla, 38, of El Monte; Tony Sour, 30, of Rosemead; Tommy Sour, 28, of Rosemead; AJ Dang, 19, of Rosemead and Iliana Angelica Zepeda, 21, of Santa Monica will return to court April 30 for a hearing, according to Ricardo Santiago, spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. Booking records show one suspect, Joseph Lamborn, 25, of Monterey Park posted bond on April 16. Officials said there’s an arrest warrant out for Lamborn. The criminal complaint alleges that Nguyen, Phung, Tony Sour, Tommy Sour and Dang are members of the Asian Boyz and used a house on New Avenue for gambling, selling drugs and stashing firearms for use by the gang. The house has bars on the windows and doors and also is equipped with surveillance cameras, according to the complaint. The group allegedly posted code of conduct signs on the walls of the gambling den and offered transportation for those who frequented the place. Gomez, who authorities claim is a member of the Maravilla gang, gambled at the location and allegedly later invited Chinchilla, a reputed El Monte gang member, to gamble there too, the complaint states. Chinchilla and his associates allegedly shot at the Asian Boyz members, the New Avenue gambling den, the people inside the house, the cars and “anything in the immediate vicinity of the fortified house.” The Asian Boyz returned fire, according to the complaint. Court documents do not reveal the motive behind the attack. Officers found “a large quantity of gambling equipment,” along with drugs, three handguns and equipment used in identity theft, according to a police statement. Officers also discovered two stolen cars parked there. Police said surveillance video shows several suspects and vehicles fleeing after the shooting. Members of the Asian Boyz along with Zepeda, who authorities claim is a Varrio Santa Monica 17th Street gang member, allegedly tried to get rid of the guns used in the shooting as well as a Jeep, according to the criminal complaint. [cq comment=”They led police on a chase.”] On April 17, police said one of the suspected getaway cars was chased by the Los Angeles Police Department. The California Highway Patrol later took over the pursuit which ended at Hellman Avenue and Atlantic Boulevard in Monterey Park. Officers arrested four people and seized two handguns, which police believe were used in the shooting. Officers arrested one suspect April 18 outside his El Monte home and recovered another suspected getaway car. The car had bullet holes from the April 15 shooting.[cq comment=” Police did not name this suspect but Chinchilla is the only suspect from El Monte.”] The DA’s Office charged all nine suspects with street terrorism by actively participating in a street gang and conspiracy to commit a crime. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Chinchilla, Nguyen, Lamborn, Phung, Dang, Tony Sour and Tommy Sour were charged with the attempted murder of a man, shooting at an inhabited dwelling and occupied vehicle as well as carrying a loaded firearm. Nguyen, Lamborn, Phung, Dang and the Sours were charged with using a fortified house to sell and possess drugs, possession of a controlled substance with a firearm, possession for sale of methamphetamines, possession for sale of codeine, possession for sale of Xanax, possession for sale of Ecstasy. Nguyen, Lamborn, Phung, Gomez and Chinchilla were charged with conducting gaming or participating in gaming for the benefit of a street gang. Nguyen, Lamborn, Phung, Gomez, Dang and the two Sours were charged with allegedly stealing the personal information of 10 or more people with intent to defraud. Dang, Zepeda, Tony Sour and Tommy Sour were charged with fleeing police while driving recklessly. Lamborn is not in custody while the other suspects are being held at county jails.