Dominica police seizes 10,000 grams of Cannabis; Vincentian and four others detained

first_imgLocalNews Dominica police seizes 10,000 grams of Cannabis; Vincentian and four others detained by: – January 6, 2012 Share 383 Views   no discussions Share Sharing is caring!center_img Police Public Relations Officer, Sergeant Matthew.Police Public Relations Officer Sergeant Kenth Matthew is reporting that police officers within the rank of the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force while on duty seized 10, 000 grams of cured Cannabis and have detained five men including a Vincentian on Friday 6th January, 2012 in Soufriere.“About 2 am on Friday 6th January, 2012 the Police intercepted a Mitsubishi bus registration # PJ033 which is registered to Marcus A. Cuffy of #63-E Bath Estate which was being driven at the time by Yohan Flynn of the same address. Flynn was accompanied by Jerard Germain of Bath Estate and Irwin Miller a Vincentian national. They had in their possession 10,000 grams of cured Cannabis,” Sergeant Matthew reported.Sergeant Matthew also indicated that one Yamaha motorcycle and one open keeled boat were also seized during that operation. “During that same exercise at Soufriere, one Yamaha motorcycle registration #PF 350 which was being driven by its owner Craig Cochrane of Kingshill and one open keeled boat which was being commanded by John Sylvester of Portsmouth were also intercepted. All five persons and three conveyances were taken into custody in relation to illegal drug activity.”According to Sergeant Matthew, one of the five men; Irvin Miller was injured during the exercise and is receiving medical attention at the Princess Margaret Hospital.Dominica Vibes News Share Tweetlast_img read more

AMI Graphics continues supplier status with IMCA

first_imgSTRAFFORD, N.H. – The signage experts at AMI Graphics mark a decade of support of IMCA and its sanctioned race facilities in 2018.The full-service sports facility and event signage company is The Official Signage Supplier of IMCA and again provides wholesale direct pricing on items ranging from vinyl and mesh banners to decals, adhesive prints and vehicle wraps.Located in Strafford, N.H., AMI is in the first-year of a new three-year pact with IMCA that runs through 2020.Information about AMI signage is available at the www.amigraphics.com website and by calling 603 664-7174.last_img

Leinster and Connacht hope to repeat Munster’s dramatic win

first_imgRobbie Henshaw is absent for Connacht, but Pat Lam is able to call on the likes of Kieran Marmion, Mils Muiliana  and Bundee Aki as part of an impressive backline.– The other game in the Pro12 today will see Zebre host Edinburgh from three 3 o’clock.===========Meanwhile, the last of the November Internationals take place this afternoon.England will be hoping to finish-off a disappointing series with another win as they host Australia at Twickenham.And Wales clash with South Africa at the Millennium Stadium.Both matches will kick-off at half-past two. Munster have gone top of the table after a 21-20 win in Limerick – but only after Ulster out-half Ian Humphreys missed a last-minute conversion that would have won it for the visitors.Later this evening, the Ospreys will be hoping to return to the top of the table as they travel to Dublin to face Leinster at the RDS.Kick-off at the RDS this evening is at quarter-past five; while the action in Galway gets underway at half-past seven as Connacht host the Scarlets at the Sportsground.last_img read more

XLMedia’s largest backers execute London AIM cash-out

first_img Submit Ory WeihsIssuing a market note, London AIM listed industry marketing and player acquisition specialist XLMedia has informed that its two largest shareholders WebPals Entertainment and Partners Limited Partnership have agreed to sell their remaining stakes in its enterprise.The joint disposal will see early stage investor WebPals and Israeli VC fund Partners Limited place 64.2 million of XLMedia shares for sale, at a target price of 110p per share.The combined share sale represents approximately 32% of equity in XLMedia, for a sum of £70.6 million.  XLMedia governance has confirmed that private bank Berenberg will be acting a sole bookrunner for the transaction.As a result of the share sale, XLMedia Chief Executive and Founder Ory Weihs will be forced to decrease his corporate shareholding from 4.5 to 2.7 million shares, as Weihs holds an indirect attachment to investor WebPals Entertainment.Last February, WebPals sold 40 million XLMedia shares, representing a 20% stake, at 100p per share.Presenting its full-year 2016 financial results this March, XLMedia governance reported company revenues of $103 million with FY net profits of $31 million (2015: $24.3 million); Share XLMedia completes takeover of 101GreatGoals.com July 17, 2020 Share Amit Ben Yehuda steps down from XLMedia August 13, 2020 Related Articles XLMedia feels strain of Google deranking July 23, 2020 StumbleUponlast_img read more