TPD investigating fatal hit-and-run on T Tucson
TUCSON — Tucson Authorities are investigating and running a fatal hit on the southside of Tucson on Friday, Nov. 1.
Authorities reporting a severe injury hit and run crash involving a vehicle and a pedestrian, officers from Operations Division South responded to the area of east Irvington Road and south Campbell Avenue.
Tucson Fire had been on the scene and took Mark Anthony Valenzuela, 59, to the Medical Center at Banner University, where he passed away from his wounds. Investigators with the Tucson Police Traffic Division found that when he was hit, the pedestrian was not in a crosswalk and crossed Irvington Road from south to north.
Once it struck the pedestrian, the car involved was westbound on Irvington Road. The male driver did not stop after reaching the pedestrian and westbound, according to witnesses.
Witnesses reported the vehicle as a big, dark-colored, elevated pickup truck with off-road tires. At the scene, pieces of the metallic navy-blue vehicle are found. The parts of a Nissan Titan Pickup Truck are believed to belong.
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — This is a historic Albuquerque site, but it's mostly gone unused for years. Not only is the city trying to change it, in the future of the Albuquerque Rail Yards, Election Day will play a big part. The famous room in the center of town on Saturday had a makeover and a crowd.
"Everyone just wanted to get out there, enjoy the sunshine, enjoy the food trucks, enjoy the music," said Allison Duffus, event attendant. In celebrating the end of the 11-month campaign, Mayor Tim Keller joined other city dignitaries.
"They wanted to show that we can get things done when we have the money and the layout and help for the community," Keller said.
Some of the people who have appeared on Saturday are planning ahead, "I'm really getting married soon, so I was like ' you guys are married, right? ' So I think that's going to be great for that," Duffus said. And that will depend on building around the square, which is not expected to be completed until next summer.
Voters would also assess how much more will occur if they vote to approve a city bond of $128 million. Keller said that $5 million of that bond would go to the Rail Yard for continued improvement, and that would not be a tax increase.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The man charged with killing five members of his family as a teenager was sentenced to life imprisonment with the possibility of parole. In their South Valley home, Nehemiah Griego, now 22, killed his parents and three younger siblings at the age of 15.
The siblings were 9, 5, and 2 when they were killed and shot by Griego. He was sentenced to 30 years behind bars for their deaths – a life sentence in New Mexico. He was also sentenced for killing the parents to seven years behind bars. For time served, Griego may receive credit.
The horrendous case divided the family of the Griego. Others tried to prosecute Nehemiah as a child. While this was fought by his sisters and the government. We wanted him to be locked up. His attorney said he was expected to be put in a treatment facility, but there is no care in New Mexico.
When he can apply for parole, he will be 52-year-old.
MILWAUKEE — Bounce Milwaukee's co-owner, Ryan Clancy, cracked a world record by playing pinball for just over 30 consecutive hours on Saturday.
The challenge was also an attempt to raise money for Children's Wisconsin, formerly known as Wisconsin Children's Hospital, where his son Alex had been treated years ago for kidney failure.
"That was really scary. He'd been sick for around six weeks, and we didn't really point it out," said Clancy. "I thought it would be a great opportunity to raise some funds for that and ensure that other kids had the same great care that Alex used to have."
Clancy stated that the rules are tiring, but nothing like the daily challenges facing Children's Wisconsin's patients. For each hour of unbroken play, Clancy was allowed a five-minute break. The former record was 30 hours and 10 minutes in 2016 for the longest pinball play.
He used to have a crowd just after 3 p.m. to support him and cheer him on ." it was really awesome to see the community support we had on this, "Clancy said.
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Антимонопольный комитет создал дело в отношении личной фирмы, которая нелегально пользовалась показным продуктовым сигналом сети магазинов Корзина , докладывает журналисты.
"Было указано, собственно что обе фирмы воплотят в жизнь работа на одном товарном рынке в границах Узбекистана, оказывая предложения розничной торговли товаров питания и продуктов с сопутствующими предложениями формата "супермаркет", являясь соперниками. Оказываемые предложения в рамках сферы работы считаются однаковым".
При данном магазине на фасаде собственного магазина воспользовалась изобразительный товарный сигнал Корзинка – плетенку красноватого цвета, размещенную в круге.
Впоследствии поднятия дела уполномоченный компании принял несоблюдение, отметив, собственно что это было ненамеренное внедрение символа корзины. Позднее он заявил об устранении трудности, предоставив фотку, свидетельствующую об недоступности изобразительного вещества в облике плетенки в круге на торцевой части фасада магазина.
Итог, работа была окончена по причине с добровольческим уничтожением правонарушения антимонопольного законодательства хозяйствующими лицами.
Sayer Alenezi accused in rape after supposedly assaulting a woman in Sydney gateway nearly a week ago has been given bail. The 38-year-old man don't speak English and tries to receive visa. The court has granted him bail, because, according to their words, a refugee cannot defend himself, without knowing English.
At Sunday night Alenezi attacked an alone 22-year-old woman outside one of the city bars, her friends were inside. She said, he had offended, assaulted and raped her. The woman told her friend about the circumstances on the way to hospital after the accident. Alenezi had already been arrested for sexual assaults and hurting other women. Then he was refused bail.
Hand grenade found in parking lot...
There has been news of a handgrenade found in the car parking of the railway station in Pune. Police detach the grenade by taking it to an empty park.
A handgrenade was found in the car parking of the railway station in Pune. Police reached the spot on the information of the local people. The bomb disposal team defused the handgrenade by taking it to an empty park. After this his remains were collected and sent to the forensic lab for investigation.
Santosh Bade, Assistant Senior Inspector of Railway Protection Force, said that handgrenade was seen near a pillar in the parking lot on Friday evening. A laborer working there first noticed it. He informed the local people. The handgrenade was old. But, it is being investigated who placed it under the pillar and with what intention. He said that CCTVs being installed around the railway station are also being investigated.
The bomb disposal team was called upon to report the handgrenade. The team defused the handgrenade after nearly 4 hours of effort.