By Dialogo September 11, 2012 A military patrol captured two women, suspected of being members of the Shining Path guerrillas, in a village in the province of Huancayo, in the Peruvian Andes, on September 8, reported the Joint Command of the Armed Forces. The operation, which was carried out in the central town of Ranrapata, Huancayo Province, Junín, produced the “arrest of two alleged terrorists, members of an alleged terrorist women’s detachment, which apparently were responsible for the care for children,” the Military Armed Forces pointed out in a statement. The note indicates that three children were rescued, a ten-month-old, a four-year old and an eight-year-old, which were under the care of the women. Additionally, the patrol seized numerous indoctrination and terrorist propaganda brochures, as well as chargers, solar panels, and backpacks. The arrest of the women occurred two days after a guerrilla attack killed a Military service member in the Kepashiato district, in Cusco region (southeast), when he was on board a Military helicopter. The Shining Path is a Maoist organization that disbanded in the middle of the last decade. Its main leaders, who are currently serving life sentences in prison, began an internal conflict in 1980 which, left some 70,000 dead after two decades of terror, according to the Commission of Truth and Reconciliation. The region of the Peruvian jungle has become a safe haven for remnants of the Shining Path groups.
Versailles, IN—An accused meth dealer chose to admit in the middle of her jury trial on Wednesday, December 18th. Defendant, Tosha Richardson, 39, of Sunman, pleaded guilty to Dealing in Methamphetamine, a Level 4 Felony. She was immediately remanded to the Ripley County Jail to await sentencing. She faces up to 12 years in prison.Richardson’s charges stemmed from an Indiana State Police investigation in October 2018. During that investigation, ISP troopers located over 4 grams of methamphetamine, a glass-smoking pipe, multiple plastic baggies, and a digital scale.The lead investigator testified that the seized evidence demonstrated an intent to distribute methamphetamine. Richardson admitted that she had purchased the meth from Cincinnati and gave it to at least 3 friends other than herself. Richardson also admitted to troopers during the investigation that she used the digital scale to weigh methamphetamine.The trooper also testified that methamphetamine is commonly dealt with in a manner similar to the evidence discovered. Firearms were discovered at the residence, but May testified that Richardson’s boyfriend claimed ownership of those. Police discovered in Richardson’s purse a small number of prescription pills and a small amount of marijuana. As evidence was unclear that Richardson ever possessed a firearm along with methamphetamine, prosecutors agreed to drop Richardson’s charge regarding firearm possession. Richardson’s boyfriend also claimed ownership of a jar of marijuana, consistent with personal use.Richardson pleaded guilty at her trial after hearing the evidence from just one of the State’s three witnesses. Prosecutors were going to call 2 more witnesses including a lab analyst and another officer to testify, but Richardson’s admission made that unnecessary.
Bio Part 1: Invisible, incapacitating concussions are sidelining high school athletes – July 19, 2016 Latest Posts Bucksport’s Asher Bowden passes the ball under the basket to Alec Dyer in the Golden Bucks’ 61-46 loss to George Stevens Academy on Tuesday at home.PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSBUCKSPORT — The George Stevens Academy boys’ basketball team has not allowed all of this past week’s snow to cool off its hot streak.The GSA Eagles (13-3) notched their 13th straight win Tuesday night in a 61-46 victory at Bucksport.But Bucksport (7-10) didn’t just hand over the win. A Hayden Craig layup just a second after the buzzer in the third period nearly gave the Golden Bucks a 44-43 lead going into the fourth quarter. But officials decided not to count the basket.GSA pulled away in the final minutes of the game, with the Bucks only scoring four points in the final period. Bucksport fouls allowed the Eagles to score seven points at the free throw line en route to their victory.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textTaylor Schildroth led the Eagles with a game-high of 16 points. Kelsey Allen chipped in 15 points, and Jarrod Chase added 12.George Stevens Academy freshman Taylor Schildroth dribbles past a Bucksport player in the team’s 61-46 win on Tuesday at Bucksport. Schildroth led the Eagles with a game-high of 16 points.PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSTyler Pye led Bucksport with 11 points.GSA is now ranked fourth in the Maine Principals Association’s Class C standings. The Eagles were scheduled to host the No. 3-ranked Central (13-3) last night, Wednesday. Latest posts by Taylor Vortherms (see all) Part 2: When the injury is inside your head, some “don’t get it” – July 26, 2016 Taylor VorthermsSports Editor at The Ellsworth AmericanTaylor Vortherms covers sports in Hancock County. The St. Louis, Missouri native recently graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism and joined The Ellsworth American in 2013. EHS names new boys’ soccer coach – July 13, 2016
Jonny Bairstow’s unbeaten 107 saved England on the first day of the third Test against Sri Lanka on Thursday, taking the hosts to 279-6 at stumps after they were struggling on 84-4 on a good batting pitch at Lord’s.Bairstow made his third career century – all of them have come this year – to give England relief after captain Alastair Cook opted to bat first.Bairstow survived a dropped catch and a close lbw decision. He shared half-century stands with Cook (85) and Chris Woakes (23 not out).Having already lost the series, Sri Lanka had early success when opener Alex Hales threw away his wicket, and Nick Compton, Joe Root and James Vince all went cheaply.Suranga Lakmal, Nuwan Pradeep and Rangana Herath took two wickets each.