Detectives worked with the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office and were able to obtain a burglary warrant for Moraida’s arrest.Warrant Officers arrested Moraida in Beaumont at 2:05 p.m. Friday in the Avenues neighborhood (Forsythe and Avenue E).The white Ford sedan that he was driving was seized and towed. The investigation continues.The Sheriff’s Office said everyone is curious, asking ‘has the brisket been recovered?’ No, it has not. “We are still searching for the identity of the black male accomplice involved in this burglary,” the Sheriff’s Office said.If you have information about this burglary, contact Crime Stoppers at 409-833-TIPS (8477), log onto 833TIPS.com or download the P3 app. You could be eligible for a cash reward. Courvilles Catering, 1700 Rose lane at Highway 90 in Beaumont, was burglarized around 5:20 a.m. Friday.The surveillance video captured the images of 2 men tearing into the cash register and stealing other items from the restaurant to include 5 briskets.Once the video was reviewed, deputies and officers from several agencies recognized the white male in the video as 51-year-old Tomas Moraida.Tomas Moraida
Green Mountain Power Corp,Green Mountain Power has announced that it will rely on rating services from Standard & Poor’s credit agency and discontinue its practice of using two separate agencies.”S&P is a well respected and professional agency that will fulfill our rating needs,” said Dawn Bugbee, chief financial officer of GMP. “Using one agency will streamline our financial review and ultimately save our customers money.”In the past, Green Mountain Power engaged both Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s rating agencies. This change, GMP said, is part of Green Mountain Power’s ongoing and continuous process to drive costs out of the company and provide customers with the most efficient and cost-effective service possible.COLCHESTER, VT–(Marketwired – July 24, 2013) -GMP.About Green Mountain PowerGreen Mountain Power generates, transmits, distributes and sells electricity in Vermont and is a leader in wind and solar generation. The Company, which serves more than 250,000 customers, has set its vision to be the best small utility in America. For further information, visit www.greenmountainpower.com(link is external).
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Another week, another second-half rally by the Benton Tigers.For the second week in a row, Benton pulled out a victory after falling behind by double digits. Thursday night the victim was North DeSoto, which came into the game 5-1 and ranked No. 7 in the LSWA Class 4A poll.Trailing 27-13, the Tigers came back to defeat the Griffins 28-27. Benton improved to 4-3 overall and 3-1 in District 1-4A. North DeSoto dropped to 2-2 in district.Last week, Benton rallied from a 10-point second-half deficit in a 27-23 victory over Minden. In Week 5, the Tigers trailed third-ranked Northwood 28-7. They got within one late in the game, falling 28-27 after a try for two failed,Benton coach Reynolds Moore is running out of words to describe his team’s grittiness.“That’s what I told them,” he said. “It sounds cliche. I keep saying the same thing over and over again. You guys are fighting like crazy every week. You’re giving us everything we can ask for. The defense has been put in some bad spots. Our offense has also been put in some bad spots at times. The defense was put in some bad situations but they just keep standing up and playing.”Two of North DeSoto’s touchdowns were fumble recoveries in the end zone. The Tigers also lost a fumble late in the game clinging to the one-point lead.But the offense came through when it had to. The Tigers cut the lead to 27-20 on a 43-yard pass from Clint Lasiter to Malik Antwine with nine seconds left in the third quarter. Antwine broke a couple of tackles after making the catch.The tying touchdown came with 7:23 left in the game. Facing a fourth down at the Griffins 29, Lasiter looked for Bubba Osby. The ball was tipped and Legend Denler was there to catch it in the end zone. RJ Moore’s fourth PAT made it 28-27.Even if the pass had been incomplete, the Tigers would’ve had a first down at the 14 because North DeSoto was flagged for interference.“It was kind of a freak play but it worked,” Moore said.After the Benton defense forced a fourth-and-14 situation, North DeSoto, which had timeouts left, elected to punt.The Tigers then gave the Griffins another chance with the fumble on a handoff following a high snap. Jeremy Hall responded with Benton’s final big play of the night, intercepting a pass and returning it to the 4.The Tigers were then able to run out the clock.The game was tied at 7 at the half. Sophomore Jackson Illingworth scored for Benton on a 2-yard pass from Lasiter. It was his second TD in as many weeks.After the Griffins went ahead 14-7, Lasiter completed a 7-yard touchdown pass to Denler.North DeSoto then scored on Rykendrick Simpson’s second touchdown run of the game and a fumble recovery in the end zone, setting the stage for another Benton comeback.Moore said the comebacks the previous two weeks gave the Tigers confidence.“I think once you’ve done it once it gives you that mindset you can do it every time,” he said. “Even though we lost that game at Northwood I think we kind of turned the corner right there. I don’t know if we completely turned it but last week we come back again and get that win. “This week we win by the same score we lost by two weeks ago. I think our guys have finally figured out that no matter what the score is or when it is in the game that we’re OK, we can play. I just wish they’d give it that sort of attention, that sort of mindset for 48 minutes instead of 20 or 30.”The Tigers face Huntington Thursday night at Independence Stadium.Perfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J The Northern Territory has struck the travel jackpot after winning a top ten spot in Lonely Planet’s Top 10 cities to see in 2012.Announcing the win today, Darwin ranked alongside other popular cities including London, Muscat, Bengaluru, Cádiz, Stockholm, Guimarães, Santiago, Hong Kong and Orlando. Describing the region as hosting the special X-Factor for travellers, Northern Territory Tourism Minister Malarndirri McCarthy said the selection will usher travellers in to see the “must visit holiday destination”.“Our modern multicultural city boasts a vibrant waterfront development and an easygoing outdoor lifestyle. Our myriad of al fresco bars and restaurants, wharf eateries and local beach-side markets feature a melting pot of Asian foods, Aboriginal and Tiwi Art, fragrant flowers and tropical fruits,” Ms McCarthy described. “Darwin’s attractions include an inner city nightlife – famous for thousands of visitors partying in the streets – and a gateway to world famous national parks and cultural heritage sites.”An excerpt from Lovely Planet’s Best in Travel 2012 publication read that Darwin offers a “nocturnal scene” with “magical markets and restaurants”. “It’s now a hip city to visit,” it read.Also making the list for Top 10 regions is New Zealand’s very own Southern Lakes. Ranking eight on the list, Lonely Planet described the southern region of New Zealand as an “adventure play land”.“There’re nonstop outdoor activities year-round in the resort towns of Queenstown, Wanaka and Te Anau, as well as the surrounding mountains, lakes and parks… Where else can you ski in the morning and golf or water ski in the afternoon?” an excerpt read. “Add excellent wineries and superb restaurants and what more is there to say?”