Friday evening, a man accused of stealing phones at SunFest in West Palm Beach was tackled by police and taken into custody after resisting arrest.The officer was actively on the lookout for a suspect described by victims to be a medium build Hispanic male wearing a black shirt and backward black hat with the letters “AERO” on it.The officer observed a man matching that description, approached him, and asked if he had anything in his backpack.The man, later identified as Jose Ramon Lugo Torres, handed the backpack to the officer and began to create distance between himself and the officer holding his bag, police say.According to the arrest report, the officer attempted to grab Torres’ shirt and told him to stop, but Torres pulled away forcefully.A West Palm Beach officer and a Palm Beach Gardens police officer observed the struggle and assisted by putting the suspect on the ground.Officers then saw two cellphones including a rose gold iPhone X valued at $800 and a red iPhone 8 Plus valued at $800 fall from Torres’ body onto the ground.The owner of the rose gold iPhone X was reportedly located and chose not to press charges against Torres.Jose Ramon Lugo Torres was charged with Resisting an Officer without Violence and Grand Theft.The owner of the red iPhone 8 Plus has reportedly not been located at this time meaning additional charges may follow.
For now, CBD in foods is blocked by FDA regulations, but there is a public hearing on Friday to discuss changes. The dream of ice cream as a cure for what ails you may soon be a reality thanks to Ben & Jerry’s.The company announced plans on Thursday to roll out pints infused with CBD. The only hitch; they’re waiting until cannabidiol becomes legal nationwide.Comments to their Instagram post ranged mostly positive, with one user writing, “This is a great idea especially for period symptoms! Y’all are great,” while another joked, “Pls do thc Ben n Jerrys! I’m tryna get full baked eating half baked!”Ben & Jerry’s wants in on the ever-growing CBD industry. https://t.co/9AcSukUs1B— WPEC CBS12 News (@CBS12) May 31, 2019
Authorities in Pompano Beach, Florida are currently on the scene of a reported robbery at a Chase Bank.The incident was reported at the branch at 101 S. Pompano Parkway.The Broward Sheriff’s Office SWAT team was called to the scene after authorities received reports that the suspect may have fled into a nearby Walmart, however, that report turned out to be unfounded.The suspect is still on the run.No other details about the incident are available at this time.
Authorities are currently investigating the death of a man in his late 20’s who was found on the bank of a lake Saturday.The victim was found sometime in the afternoon on the bank of the Okeechobee waterway in Port Mayaca by a group of people who were visiting the lake.Officials say that though the victim was discovered on Saturday, medical examiners believe the victim may have actually died on Monday.Not much is known about the incident at this time but authorities did report that they find the circumstances surrounding the death suspicious.This is a developing story and will be updated once more information becomes available.
A rocket launch that was planned for the weekend is now set for today.SpaceX will launch a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral around 10 a.m. Eastern.The rocket is carrying 60 Starlink satellites that will help provide high-speed internet all over the world. Follow live as SpaceX targets a 10:05 a.m. liftoff of its Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Launch Complex 40. https://t.co/cXIhg8dbdy— Florida Today (@Florida_Today) February 17, 2020
Officials with Palm Beach County Fire Rescue rescued three people on Saturday morning, when a boat capsized near the Boynton Beach Inlet.The incident happened at about 10:30 a.m. near Ocean Inlet Park.Palm Beach County Ocean Rescue used one of its boats to get the three men out of the water. All of them were evaluated and none required medical care.This marks first weekend since Palm Beach County reopened its beaches last Monday, after closing them during the coronavirus shutdown.
ELLSWORTH — With lopsided wins in their first two outings, the Ellsworth Eagles are off to a strong start in the high school tennis season.The Eagle boys’ team has lost just five games so far, rolling to 5-0 wins over the Hermon Hawks and the Mattanawcook Academy Lynx. For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. admin This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Latest Posts Latest posts by admin (see all) Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 Bio
ELLSWORTH — Ellsworth head volleyball coach Whitney Ranger has resigned from the position, Athletic Director Josh Frost told The Ellsworth American on Friday.Ranger, who coached the team for two years, made the Class B semifinals in 2015 and the quarterfinals in 2016. The team received the No. 4 seed in the state tournament both times.“I hope to move quickly on this position since it is almost six weeks until the season starts,” Frost told The American. “I want to give the new coach a chance to hold some open gym times during the summer sports season and before the hands-off period that begins July 31.”Ranger played college volleyball at Dominican College in Orangeburg, N.Y., and is a teacher at Ellsworth Elementary-Middle School. She finishes her tenure as coach with a 17-14 record.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
Auckland: New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has been giving his pet dog some slip catching practice, if his Instagram post is anything to go by. Williamson on Friday posted a slow-motion video of him laying the ball off for his labrador who makes no mistake in catching it. “Sandy in the slips! Any other dogs out there joining Sandy? #caninecordon #daytwoisolation (sic.)” said Williamson. Kane Williamson had earlier praised his country’s doctors and medical professionals who were working in the fight against coronavirus.Writing in ‘New Zealand Herald’, Williamson addressed the doctors, nurses and caregivers as the deadly virus continued to rear its ugly head, claiming more than 21,000 lives globally.“Events of the past few days have made it clear we’re living through a health crisis the likes of which we’ve never seen. There will no doubt be times in the coming days when the scale of what we’re facing will seem overwhelming,” he wrote. “We’re so grateful you have our backs. People talk about the pressure sportsmen and women are under to perform, but the truth is we get to do something we love every day for a living. We play games,” he noted. IANSAlso Read: Kane Williamson hails ‘outstanding’ performanceAlso Watch: East Siang District Administration in Arunachal Pradesh cautious over corona virus
New Delhi: Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju on Saturday said the governments policy would be conditioned according to the needs of the sports community. “We want to create a big sports culture in the country so that we can improve our presence in world sport. It is our obligation to raise the level of sport in India,” he said.Speaking at the inaugural session of the six-day online technical officials’ seminar jointly conducted by the South Asian Athletics Federation (SAFF) and the Athletics Federation of India (AFI), Rijiju said the government would frame athlete-centric and sports-centric policies .”Athletics is the heart and soul of the Olympic Games and we need to raise the level of our athletics,” he said.”I want to give the young athletes the opportunity to realise their dreams.”World Athletics President Sebastian Coe complimented SAAF and AFI for conceiving the six-day seminar.”Our sport simply does not function at any level without the contribution of the technical officials,” he said. “It would be unrecognisable without one of our sport’s most endearing aspects, the enshrining of the volunteer contribution 24×7.”Coe said World Athletics’ major task in the time ahead was to keep as many of its competitions intact.”We owe it to the athletes and the member federations to maintain a structure that we can optimistically look forward to so that we can give the athletes the chance to get back to competition as soon as is possible, but in a fair way,” he said.Referring to World Athletics decision to suspend the Olympic qualification till December 1 this year, he said the structure would have to be designed so that the athletes return to the competition in a fair way.”We need to ensure that our athletes get back to competition safely and securely and in a way that does not damage the integrity of all our competitions.”I know the Indian Federation has embraced technology in a big way not only to reach larger audiences but also to meet the sustainability challenge by getting rid of paper,” he said.In his opening remarks, AFI President Adille J. Sumariwalla said the federation had been at the forefront of using technology for several years now.”AFI is the first national federation to host online courses for coaches and technical officials. We also plan on having our annual general meeting on May 2 and all our sub-committee meetings online,” he said.Asian Athletics Association President Gen. Dahlan Jumaan al-Hamad complimented SAAF and AFI for the initiative to enhance the knowledge of the South Asian region’s technical officials.SAFF President Lalit K Bhanot said the seminar was a true reflection of the grit, resolve, sportsmanship and love for athletics in the region.Elite international technical officials who are lined-up to share their experience and knowledge with SAAF officials include Luis Saladie (Spain), Chris Cohen (UK), Piece O’Callaghan (Ireland), Krisztina Horvath (Hungary), Luca Verrascina (Italy) and Yukio Seki (Japan). IANSAlso Read: Autonomy of NSFs must be maintained at all costs: Sports Minister Kiren RijijuAlso Watch: War against COVID-19: Assam Health Department signs 22 MoUs with private hospitals in Silchar