Next UpSept. 26An assault cause’s bodily injury was reported in the 4600 block of Twin City Highway.Sept. 27An informational report was processed.An Uhaul box truck caused damage to the overhang of a drive thru building and was reported in the 6200 block of 39th Street. The driver of the Uhaul left the scene.After a traffic stop in the 6100 block of Real Street a 27-year-old man was arrested for outstanding warrants.Sept. 28Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle was reported in the 5200 block of East Parkway Drive.A 39-year-old woman was arrested for outstanding warrants in the 6500 block of 25th Street after a traffic stop.After a disturbance call a 58-year-old woman was arrested for public intoxication in the 5300 block of Gulfway Drive.Two 20-year-old men were arrested for outstanding warrants in the 5500 block of Marion Avenue after a traffic stop. Oct. 1Assault-family violence was reported in the 6400 block of Plaza Avenue.An assault cause’s bodily injury-family violence was reported in the 4200 Main Avenue.Burglary of a multiple vehicles was reported in the 5500 block of West Washington.Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, and theft of a Glock Model 21 semi auto pistol was reported in the 4200 block of Main Avenue. Sept. 29Dog running at large complaint was processed in the 5300 block of West Groves Circle.A criminal trespass warning was issued in the 5200 block of East Parkway in reference to unwanted subject on property.Unauthorized use of motor vehicle report was processed in the 2900 block of Ruby.Unknown actor(s) shattered a storm door and was reported in the 5100 block of Gulf.Sept. 30A 24-year-old man was arrested for outstanding warrants in the 4700 block of FM 366.Aggravated assault was reported in the 5600 block of West Washington after a call in reference to a subject with a gun.Burglary of vehicle was reported in the 5200 block of East Parkway.An accident involving damage report was processed.A 48-year-old man was arrested for outstanding warrants in the 3900 block of Pure Atlantic after a stop to check on the clerks and patrons. Groves police responded to the following calls from Sept. 25 to Oct. 1Calls:Miscellaneous calls for service assistance — 127Offense reports filed — 27Motor vehicle accidents investigated — 3Sept. 25A 32-year-old woman was arresting for outstanding warrants.Threat in person was reported in the 6600 block of Verde.A 39-year-old woman was arrested for outstanding warrants at West Parkway and Terrell.
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
First Command Financial Services is sponsoring the 40th Marine Corps Marathon (MCM), continuing the company’s history of supporting ‘The People’s Marathon’.Taking place on 23-25 October, the 2015 Marine Corps Marathon boasts an entire weekend of events, including:Health & Fitness Expo and Runners ConferenceMCM Pep RallyRunners Brunch and Carb DinnerMCM 10K and Kids RunMarine Corps MarathonMCM Finish FestivalFirst Command is the sponsor of the MCM Pep Rally on 23 October and will have a booth in the Health and Fitness Expo.“We consider it a great honour to be affiliated with ‘The People’s Marathon’, and we look forward to joining the tens of thousands of volunteers and fans who will be cheering on the runners as they make their way through the heart of our nation’s capital,” said Scott Spiker, CEO of First Command.“We view our ongoing support of this event as a clear demonstration of the connection we feel with all of the armed forces.”First Command’s relationship with the MCM began in 1998 when more than 170 First Command employees and their families volunteered to assist nearly 15,000 runners.First Command Financial Services and its subsidiaries, including First Command Bank and First Command Financial Planning, ‘assist American families in their efforts to build wealth, reduce debt and pursue their lifetime financial goals and dreams.’www.firstcommand.comwww.marinemarathon.com Related
Charlie Rice, George Taylor, Andrew Turner, Deago Bailey and Tom Wilstead (pictured left to right, above) were all named in head coach Jonathan Pendlebury’s squad for the four-day camp, which ran from February 20th-23rd.England U18s will play two standalone fixtures against Scotland at Hawick RFC (Sunday, March 15th, 2pm KO) and France in Bourges (Sunday, March 22nd, 4pm KO local time), before April’s U18 Six Nations Festival in France.The U18 Six Nations Festival is competed by England, France, Wales, Scotland, Ireland and Italy with each nation playing three fixtures over two weeks.The squad are led by new head coach Jonathan Pendlebury, who is assisted by Darlington Mowden Park coach Mark Luffman (forwards) and Harlequins academy coach Mark Mapletoft (backs) for the season.Former England international Mapletoft has previous experience of coaching in the player pathway having been England U20s coach and also held a senior role at Harlequins until 2019. Luffman has coached in the pathway since 2014 – and continues his role with England U18s.Players have been selected by pathway staff based on their performances in the U18 academy league, as well as school competitions and also in consultation with academy managers from the 14 regional academies. The camp will also allow coaches to discuss playing principles and themes with the squad ahead of the two standalone fixtures, as well as the U18 Six Nations Festival. Players will be encouraged to explore the boundaries of their game during training.In addition, six players will be invited into camp as part of the wider squad as a way to support their future development.Jonathan Pendlebury said: “My first priority is to get to know these players as well as I can. The players are the pathway.”As a pathway management team we want to support the players in their development towards being full time senior academy players and future internationals as well as help them fulfil their potential as senior players in the game.”The sessions will be a step up from the last 10 weeks of U18 academy league fixtures that they have participated in. I expect the players to ‘explore boundaries’ which could be a way of playing or executing a skill or tactic and look to learn something from each session and particularly each game that may support their progression in the game.”We will explore different themes in attack, defence and transition and how we execute or look to utilise these will be a main theme for the U18 group going forwards.”
Last Updated: 13th February, 2020 19:28 IST Government Has Not Declared Any Sport As National Game: RTI Reply The Union Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports has said that the Centre has not declared any sport as the ‘national game’ of the country WATCH US LIVE Press Trust Of India COMMENT Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US FOLLOW US LIVE TV First Published: 13th February, 2020 19:28 IST The Union Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports has said that the Centre has not declared any sport as the ‘national game’ of the country. The ministry said this in response to an RTI query filed by a school teacher from Dhule district of north Maharashtra. There is a popular perception that hockey is the national sport of India.The RTI query had sought to know when was hockey declared as India’s national game. Mayuresh Agrawal, who teaches in V K Patil International School in Sindkheda tehsil of Dhule district, has received the reply letter from the ministry dated January 15, 2020. He said he had filed the query after his students asked when hockey was declared as the national game of the country. “The government has not declared any sport/game as the National Game of the country, as the objective of the government is to encourage/promote all popular sports disciplines,” the reply from the ministry stated.
By Andreas VouAPOEL travel to Amsterdam to take on Dutch champions Ajax on Wednesday (9.45pm) knowing that only a win will do in order to remain in European competition beyond the new year. Giorgos Donis’ side are bottom of Champions League Group F, one point behind their Dutch counterparts. A win for APOEL will see them leapfrog their opponents into third place which will hand them progression to the knockout phase of the Europa League.Despite their valiant performances, APOEL have amassed just one point so far in the competition and have lost three games in a row without scoring a goal since their only draw this campaign – that point came against Ajax in Nicosia, where the two sides played out a 1-1 draw.Gustavo Manduca’s penalty, APOEL’s only goal so far in the competition this season, leveled the game just four minutes after Lucas Andersen had put the visitors ahead.Two defeats against Paris Saint-Germain as well as a heavy 4-0 home loss at the hands of Barcelona have left APOEL with the tough task of defeating Ajax on their own patch – the Cypriots have never won a Champions League match away from home.Club captain Constantinos Charalambidis continues his road to recovery while Argentine midfielder Tomas De Vincenti is undergoing individual physiotherapy and gym exercises but both will not make the squad for Wednesday’s game. John Arne Riise will also remain in Cyprus after coming down with symptoms of gastroenteritis.Brazilian centre-back Carlao has been one of APOEL’s top performers in this year’s competition and his return to training is a major boost for the Cypriots, especially as his defensive partner Guilherme misses out through suspension following his red card against Barcelona.Ajax will be without Kolbeinn Sigthórsson after the Icelandic international suffered an ankle injury in his side’s 5-0 drubbing of Willem II over the weekend. The striker managed to bag Ajax’s opening goal on 14 minutes but was forced off just five minutes later.Ajax will qualify for the knockout stage of the Europa League as long as they avoid defeat but Dutch legend Johan Cruyff has warned his former club that playing for a draw could bring negative consequences.“Against APOEL, there could be unfortunate surprises. It is true that, for Ajax, a point is enough but if they play for a draw they may have a problem.“Therefore I suggest they play attacking and intelligently. APOEL defend very well and the best way of approaching them is to be clinical,” Cruyff concluded, speaking to De Telegraaf. APOEL go into their do-or-die match in high spirits following a 0-1 away win against Anorthosis which, coupled with Apollon’s 3-1 defeat against AEK Larnaca, gives them a five-point lead at the top of the Cyprus standings.The scorer of that vital goal was Rafik Djebbour who expressed his delight via his personal Twitter account and also stated his intention for the upcoming European match.“Victory time for APOEL. I’m so glad for giving a goal to my team. Let’s win again against Ajax! Go APOEL.”