Tevez to accept charge, Nasri injured

first_img0Shares0000LONDON, England, November 9 – Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez will accept a charge of misconduct stemming from his actions during the Champions League clash with Bayern Munich, British media reported on Tuesday.City last month fined Tevez four weeks’ wages — later reduced to two — for five breaches of contract relating to his behaviour during the club’s 2-0 defeat at Bayern on September 27.Tevez had been accused of refusing to appear as a substitute but the player denied those claims, insisting he had only declined a request to warm-up on the grounds that he had already done so. Manager Roberto Mancini vowed Tevez was “finished” at the club but recent reports in England and Italy have suggested the Argentinian may continue to play at Eastlands if he apologises to his team-mates.Meanwhile, teammate and midfielder Samir Nasri was ruled out of France’s upcoming friendlies with the United States and Belgium because of an inflamed left knee, the French Football Federation announced.The 24-year-old – capped 27 times – had been a doubt for Friday’s match against the US and next Tuesday’s clash with neighbours Belgium and a scan confirmed he would not make either date.“The hospital examination as well as complementary examinations confirmed the inflammation and as a result it was plainly clear the player would not be fit to play,” the FFF said in a statement.Earlier on Tuesday coach Laurent Blanc had said he would give other injury worries Yohan Cabaye, Florent Malouda and Loic Remy time to prove their fitness.“Unfortunately we’ve got problems with a few players,” said Blanc.“Yohan Cabaye picked up a (thigh) problem in his last match with Newcastle and that’s why he underwent some tests. Loic Remy has a groin problem, Flo (Malouda) took a big knock to the thigh.“The first days of training are always very difficult for the medical staff, and that’s still the case.“We’ll have a look tonight (Tuesday) and tomorrow morning and, depending on each player’s availability, we’ll know if we’re going to stick with the current squad or if we’ll have to call up one or two more players.“We’ll see who’s out of the first match and who could play in the second. I’m giving myself time to think about it.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Travel advisory lifted for the B.C. Peace

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The travel advisory issued for the B.C. Peace has been lifted for the major highways, but rural routes are still difficult to travel on.Yellowhead Road and Bridge says the main paved roads in the North Peace area are now open and safe to travel on.  YRB staff and contractors are still working to clear the snow drifts from side roads.In the South Peace, Caribou Road Services said the weather station at 97 south and the Braden Road reports that area saw 83 cm of snow since March 1.  Visibility on highways in the South Peace remains an issue at this time and motorists are advised to travel with caution and to road conditions. If you plan on heading to Fort Nelson, the travel advisory for that region has also been lifted.  Highway 97 from Wonowon to Fort Nelson is still experiencing blowing snow and limited visibility.For more information about road conditions in the B.C. Peace, visit www.drivebc.ca- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Activists say reports of violence at meetings are inflated

first_imgAnd Sarno herself has been criticized for her management style, especially after DONE canceled dozens of council elections because of procedural problems. The report – which was presented to the City Council’s Public Safety Committee with no input from neighborhood councils – is just the latest incident to rankle some advocates. “I haven’t had the sense that we have a lot of violent people showing up to neighborhood council meetings,” said Councilwoman Janice Hahn, who helped create neighborhood councils. “When you have people who are passionate about their neighborhoods, maybe you’ll have behavior that is not perfect.” Dan Curtin, with the Mid-City West Neighborhood Council, said that while there may sometimes be tensions at councils, the bad behavior that has been documented is insignificant given the number of participants. “Do the math: Eighteen incidents. There are 80 councils with one meeting a month. I don’t think the statistics back up their conclusions,” he said. But others said there are behavior issues that need to be addressed and DONE could play a stronger role in resolving conflicts. “Neighborhood councils were created to help improve our neighborhood,” said Kristine Eide with the Mid-Town North Hollywood Neighborhood Council. “As a board, we spend more time complaining and arguing then getting the `grass-roots’ work done.” While Sarno’s department has not made formal recommendations, DONE and the Human Relations Commission want to see formal rules on behavior and more authority to remove problem board members and intervene when things get ugly. “For people to say this isn’t happening and that it’s isolated instances, that’s a disservice to neighborhood councils,” Sarno said. kerry.cavanaugh@dailynews.com (213) 978-0390160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A city report about violence at neighborhood councils has sparked an outcry among some community activists, who say it smears the local boards and inflates claims of bad behavior. The report, released earlier this week, has ricocheted among council activists who say they are shocked by the list of fistfights, threats and shouting matches that have allegedly occurred throughout dozens of councils. “Some of it may be true, some may not,” said Tammy Flores, president of the Sylmar Neighborhood Council. “In order to get the right thing out there, there should have been an investigation. This report doesn’t make us look good and it doesn’t make people want to participate in neighborhood councils.” Department of Neighborhood Empowerment Interim General Manager Lisa Sarno began compiling the report this year after hearing complaints of conflicts and intimidation. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESurfer attacked by shark near Channel Islands calls rescue a ‘Christmas miracle’DONE tracked 18 incidents of disruptive behavior so far this year, compared with 15 in 2005 and five in 2004. “Our folks are volunteers,” Sarno said. “They shouldn’t have to come to meetings where all they’re doing is having conflict that takes them away from what they were originally elected to do. “We have to address these challenges so everyone can move forward. To not address the issue is where we fail everyone.” But Sarno’s report comes as neighborhood councils are at a critical point in their growth. The Neighborhood Council Review Commission is evaluating how well councils work and will recommend reforms next year. At the same time, neighborhood council leaders are increasingly clashing with the City Council over how much authority the local boards should have. last_img
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‘I Stand With Magic’ project to help fight HIV-AIDS

first_imgBALDWIN HILLS – Marking the observance of World AIDS Day, Magic Johnson announced Friday that his foundation has launched a nationwide campaign to promote awareness and testing of the disease, particularly in the African-American community. During a news conference at his Crenshaw Plaza movie theaters, Johnson announced the “I Stand With Magic” project, which is designed to provide information and get people tested for HIV. “I feel blessed to be here today, 15 years since I learned I had this disease,” said Johnson, who was at the height of his career with the Los Angeles Lakers when he announced in 1991 that he’d contracted HIV. “This is a time when we can help people change their lives. It’s a goal in my life to raise awareness and speak out on the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESurfer attacked by shark near Channel Islands calls rescue a ‘Christmas miracle’The effort by the Magic Johnson Foundation, with help from Abbott Laboratories and other corporate sponsors, will provide free testing at sites throughout the nation. The foundation also will provide information about ways to prevent and treat the disease, which has no known cure. rick.orlov@dailynews.com (213) 978-0390 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Everton star charged by FA after ‘stamp’ on Mitrovic during Fulham game

first_img Andre Gomes is in trouble with the FA after his ‘stamp’ LATEST PREMIER LEAGUE NEWS REVEALED Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT gameday cracker shining REVEALED Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Should the charge be upheld, the midfielder could face a three-match ban which would rule him out of upcoming fixtures against Manchester United, Crystal Palace and Burnley.He has until 6pm on Tuesday to respond. Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Getty Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Everton’s Andre Gomes has been charged with violent conduct after his tackle on Aleksandar Mitrovic during Saturday’s Premier League defeat at Fulham, the Football Association has announced.Portuguese midfielder Gomes appeared to stamp on Mitrovic in stoppage time in an incident which was not seen by referee Lee Probert. “Everton’s Andre Gomes has been charged with violent conduct,” read an FA statement.“This follows an incident in the 95th minute of the Premier League fixture against Fulham on Saturday [13/04/2019] that was not seen by the match officials but caught on video. The midfielder has until 18:00 on Tuesday [16/04/2019] to respond to the charge.”Gomes escaped punishment from referee Probert, while Fulham, already relegated, won the game 2-0 thanks to goals from Tom Cairney and Ryan Babel.Everton signed Gomes on a season-long loan from Barcelona in August last year and he has been a regular for Marco Silva’s side this season, making a total of 28 appearances. 1 no dice tense Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City huge blow last_img read more

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Michael Appleton appointed Lincoln manager

first_img Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Strugglers Wigan hold Blackburn to goalless draw in Championship Spurs investigation into alleged racial abuse of Rudiger is so far ‘inconclusive’ What every Premier League club’s fans dream of this Christmas Lincoln said on their Twitter account: “The Imps are delighted to announce the appointment of Michael Appleton as Lincoln City’s new first team manager.”Chairman Clive Nates added: “Michael has all the qualities we have been searching for to continue our progress as a club.”Appleton has previous managerial experience with Portsmouth, Blackpool, Blackburn and Oxford.Lincoln achieved two promotions in three seasons under Cowley and are currently ninth in League One, although they have picked up just one point from their last three games ahead of Saturday’s visit of Oxford. Leicester vs Tottenham (Saturday, 12:30pm) – talkSPORTLeeds vs Derby (Saturday, 12:30pm) – talkSPORT 2Everton vs Sheffield United (Saturday, 3pm) – talkSPORT 2Newcastle vs Brighton (Saturday, 5:30pm) – talkSPORTWest Brom vs Huddersfield (Sunday, 12pm) – talkSPORT 2 stalemate rookie error BIG PRESENTS UP TOP Check out all the live commentaries coming up across the talkSPORT network this weekend statement targets latest LIVE on talkSPORTcenter_img LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS getty deals 1 Liverpool transfer news live: Star man wanted by Real Madrid, Mbappe latest and more Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman Appleton, a midfielder who was on the books of Manchester United but did not play a competitive game for them, featured in more than 100 games for Preston before joining West Brom in 2001.He also had a caretaker manager role at The Hawthorns in 2011 and was involved with the club last season, taking the role of first team coach when James Shan was in caretaker charge.His last managerial position saw him take temporary charge of Leicester City in the Premier League in October 2017 before they hired Claude Puel. Ian Holloway thinks Arsenal have made a mistake in hiring Mikel Arteta on target Appleton’s last job saw him take temporary charge of Leicester in the Premier League Michael Appleton has been appointed the new manager of Lincoln City, the League One club have announced.The 43-year-old has signed a four-year deal and replaces Danny Cowley, who left to become Huddersfield boss last week. Man United transfer news live: £17m bid for Barca wonderkid, English starlet linked last_img read more

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The story behind Scotland Women’s World Cup qualification

first_imgVictory set up a decisive return fixture against the Swiss at home, with Scotland knowing three points were required to put themselves in pole position.Kerr’s team stormed out of the blocks, scoring through Erin Cuthbert and Kim Little within five minutes of play, before holding out for a crucial 2-1 win.Little would hit the net again early in Albania, before Jane Ross doubled the Scots’ advantage as qualification was confirmed.Success: Shelley Kerr has guided the Scots to the World Cup finals. SNSShelley Kerr has made history by leading the Scots to the World Cup in her first qualification campaign in charge.No stranger to breaking down barriers, Kerr became the first female manager in British men’s football when she took charge of the Stirling University men’s first team in 2014 – the post she left for national duties.The 48-year-old switched to coaching men’s football after a successful period leading Arsenal Ladies, where she won the FA Women’s Cup two seasons in a row.Capped 59 times by her country, Kerr turned out for Kilmarnock, Hibs and Spartans across her playing career.Key: Kim Little is an instrumental figure for the Scots. SNSArsenal playmaker Kim Little is a star for club and country.The 28-year-old scored crucial goals for the Scots in qualifying, including strikes against Switzerland and Albania in the decisive last two matches.Capped over 120 times for Scotland, Little is recognised amongst the female game’s top players, with American legend Hope Solo labelling her as “the best in the world”.The attacking midfielder has won a host of trophies with Arsenal across two spells with the Gunners, and has received a series of individual honours – including FA Women’s Player of the Year in 2010 and BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year in 2016.While Little has long been amongst the Scots’ key players, forward Erin Cuthbert grew into a starring role across qualifying.The 20-year-old hit important goals against Switzerland and Poland and a decisive double against Belarus as Kerr’s outfit recovered from an early setback to book their finals spot.At club level, Cuthbert is an important cog in the Chelsea machine, with the Blues doing the double in 2017/18.All eyes will now turn towards France. The Scots are one of 15 teams to have already confirmed their place – the hosts, England, Brazil and Spain are amongst the others to have achieved qualification.Scotland will learn their fate on December 8 when the groups are drawn near Paris. Scotland Women have made history by qualifying for their first ever World Cup.Shelley Kerr’s side defeated Albania to book their spot in France next summer.Here we look at the story behind the Scots’ success and preview what to expect at the 2019 finals.Celebration: Scotland’s win over Switzerland paved the way to qualification. SNSVictory over Albania may have confirmed qualification, but it was a win over Switzerland in the penultimate fixture which paved the way for the Scots. A 1-0 loss in Schaffhausen back in April had left Kerr’s side with ground to make up in qualifying.They would bounce back quickly, though, to keep their qualification hopes alive thanks to three wins on the trot.Three late goals put Poland to the sword in Paisley, before the Scots came from behind to defeat Belarus.Qualification dreams looked set to be dashed in Kielce as the Poles stormed into a 2-0 lead, but Scotland fought back to win a thriller thanks to another hat-trick of late strikes.last_img read more

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Web Accessibility: How Can You Get Started? [Video]

first_imgWeb accessibility. Lots of people are talking about it. But what is it? And how do you get started? In her Web Accessibility: Where Do You Start? talk at WordCamp Brighton 2017, Rian Rietveld explained that web accessibility is a team effort. It’s not something only one person does; it’s your entire team. And that means the first person to get on board is your client. They have to sign on. After they agree, your project manager gets involved to ensure the right people are on the team, including the:Information architectDesignerDeveloperContent managerThey all have a role to play and contributions to make in creating an accessible website. What You Will LearnIn her 37-minute video, Rietveld explains how to look at your website project differently when it comes to accessibility. What you can do, and what to avoid as your team works toward creating an accessible website. On color contrast, Rietveld says:Dear designers,Put your ego away. And look at your user. If your design is really beautiful to see, but your user cannot read it, it’s useless.You’ll find takeaways for every person on your team. And reminders to change your point of view. Don’t create a website for yourself. Create a website for your user.In addition, she shares helpful code examples and resources to help you along the way. And discusses which organizations have done a good job in creating accessible websites (BBC Sports). And which ones have room for improvement (Donald Trump campaign site). SummaryIf you’ve been wanting to get started with web accessibility, this video will lay down a good foundation for you, with lots of resource which will help you learn more. I captioned the video for Rietveld earlier this year. And kept meaning to share it on my blog. Here it is, I hope you enjoy it! Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedTakeaways from the WP Bacon “A More Accessible WordPress Panel Discussion”At yesterday’s WPBacon A More Accessible WordPress panel discussion, hosts Robert Neu and Ozzy Rodriguez invited several WordPress accessibility advocates to discuss accessible websites and the current status of accessibility in WordPress. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to watch the live talk. However, thanks to WPBacon posting their video online, I…In “Accessibility”Free Online Course: Introduction to Web Accessibility Starts January 2020If one of your goals in 2020 is to learn about web accessibility, or to expand your current knowledge, you’ll want to take a look at a new free online web accessibility course that launches in January 2020. A partnership between the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and UNESCO Institute…In “Accessibility”October 5, 2018 Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development NewsIn this week’s web design and development news roundup, you’ll learn why every designer should have a foundation in psychology, find out the tentative schedule for WordPress 5.0, discover how to improve color accessibility on your website/apps, and more. If you’re new to my blog, each Friday I publish a…In “Web design & development links”last_img read more

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Sun City golf courses still top notch

first_imgAt the 18th hole on the Gary Player course,aiming for the green on the other side ofthe lake. The view over the lake at the Lost Citygolf course.(Images: Chris Thurman)MEDIA CONTACTS • Joanne Isaacs, Communications Manager:Nedbank Group Communications+27 11 295 8045 or +27 78 800 4989RELATED ARTICLES• KZN golf course on par with the best• SA golf prodigy wins British Open• Sport in South Africa• Kerzner back with new hotelChris ThurmanSun City occupies an ambiguous place in the minds of many South Africans.On the one hand, it symbolises glitz, glamour and family fun, while the architectural excesses of the Lost City complex represent hotel magnate Sol Kerzner’s entrepreneurial daring.On the other hand, located in the former black homeland of Bophuthatswana, it has its origins in apartheid’s Bantustan system. In recent years – as other casino complexes have sprung up around the country – it has been unable to escape the tawdriness often associated with gambling venues.The golf courses at Sun City evoke similarly two-sided responses.During South Africa’s sporting isolation, the Million Dollar Challenge at the Gary Player Country Club was one of few events able to lure famous sportsmen to the country. Post-apartheid, the tournament, in its later incarnation as the Nedbank Golf Challenge, flourished, as audiences delighted in watching local heroes Ernie Els, Retief Goosen and company take on the world’s best on home turf.The Lost City course was added in 1993, boasting crocodile-filled water hazards and Africa-shaped greens.Yet nagging questions remain. Should Seve Ballesteros, Bernard Langer, Ian Woosnam and company have come to the country with the apartheid regime still firmly in place? Where do we place South African golfers such as David Frost and Fulton Allem, who won in the late 1980s and early 1990s? Was the Lost City layout conceived as a top quality course or a gimmick to attract tourists daunted by the championship Gary Player Country Club course? Will the Nedbank Golf Challenge struggle, as it has done in recent years, to attract the world’s top professional golfers?With the likes of Robert Allenby, Anders Hansen, Eduardo Molinari, Padraig Harrington, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Justin Rose, Lee Westwood and local favourites Louis Oosthuizen, Tim Clark, Ernie Els, and Retief Goosen travelling to Sun City in December for the 30th edition of the tournament, the last question doesn’t seem to need an answer.Million dollar courseFor most amateurs, serious golfers and weekend hackers alike, there is another important question: will I get my money’s worth? After all, the cost of playing at either course is substantial. Both have more or less maintained their places in Golf Digest magazine’s rankings over the years – the Gary Player is a regular second, the Lost City fluctuates between the ‘teens and twenties – and with this status comes high expectations.I was unsure what to expect when I joined a party of twelve guys driving west out of Johannesburg for a golfing weekend (unsure about the golf, that is; I took it for granted that there would be plenty of banter, braaivleis and probably also some bad luck at the blackjack tables). We were a group of 30-somethings, of the generation who grew up listening to the theme song of the Million Dollar Challenge as the soundtrack to a first week of school holidays spent glued to the television:“It’s the million-dollar shotSo give it all you’ve gotAnd you could be the hero of the day!It’s the million-dollar shotAnd if you play it hotYou could have a million dollars coming your way…”As a result, the Gary Player course had become sacred terrain to us – our adolescent golfing heroes walked on its fairways, its bunkers and water hazards and greens were their epic battle grounds. We had spent years imagining what it would be like to play its iconic holes: the par-five ninth with the island green, the equally lengthy 14th with the enormous bunker and its deadly love grass, the 18th with its dog-leg to the left over the lake and fountain.In real life, the course did not disappoint. It was in fine but unforgiving condition; the kikuyu grass rough, which had been kept fairly short for the 2009 Nedbank Golf Challenge, had grown syrupy-thick by the time we visited some months later. Never mind the bushveld – what really makes a round at the Gary Player so tough is the wide fringe of unmowed kikuyu around the regulation terrain. Miss the narrow fairways by more than a couple of metres and your ball can be plugged or even disappear.At under 6 000m off the club tees, it isn’t a long course, although the championship tees add another 500m, and that is doubled off the pro tees. But the Black Knight, as Player is known, has designed a course requiring accuracy.While the ninth, 14th and 18th may lend themselves to impressive television camera angles, amateur golfers find unexpected challenges at the par-three fourth, where their shots fly downhill over water, a limited view of the fairway from the 11th tee, and bunkers in the line of a decent drive on the 17th, as well as the watersports lake skirting the approach to the green.Our caddies, who knew the course backwards, kept us entertained with light-hearted quips when they realised that we weren’t scratch golfers.Tranquil settingThe Lost City golfing experience is markedly different in some respects – carts are compulsory, for instance – but the service is similarly polished. After struggling through the first eight holes under the baking Pilansberg sun, there’s a certain comfort in being asked to place your halfway house order before you walk onto the ninth tee.The view from the Lost City clubhouse, over the lake that divides the ninth and 18th fairways, is picturesque. One can’t necessarily say the same thing of the view towards the clubhouse, which is built of the same artificial orange-brown rocks as the Valley of the Waves and other structures in the vicinity.But if you’re willing to suspend your disbelief, the sight of the Palace of the Lost City‘s turrets rising above thorn tree scrub is pretty impressive. There are vistas aplenty over the bush, koppies and savannah plains that surround and sometimes form part of the course, especially from the elevated tees of numerous holes on the back nine (11 and 13 to 16).The pleasure of playing the Lost City course is, in fact, partly attributable to distractions from golf: the birdlife is abundant, it isn’t unusual to see some variety of buck or a metre-long monitor lizard crossing the cart path, and even the odd elephant can be spotted brooding behind the out-of-bounds fence. It goes without saying that the inhabitants of the crocodile pit at the signature 13th hole are a drawcard, to overseas golfers in particular.Nonetheless, while it is a less punishing layout than the Gary Player, this is one of those courses about which the most mundane advice remains applicable: take a lot of balls.The description of the Lost City as a desert course – and when you’re standing in the larger bunkers, it can feel like the Kalahari – shouldn’t be taken as an indication of wide open space. There is plenty of thick stuff lining the fairways, and precision driving is a challenge if you’re playing off the back tees, in which case the course measures an intimidating 6 900m in length.So, back to some of those tricky questions. Can the twin Sun City courses be both top-quality challenges for serious golfers and ‘fun’ for those with high handicaps? Undoubtedly. Have they left behind the taint of apartheid in the 1980s? Happily. And will they continue to offer excellent value for the locals and international visitor? If the experience of twelve high-handicapping, admittedly nostalgic, yet not easily impressed golfers on tour is the benchmark, then the answer is a resounding yes.last_img read more

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Woman Killed By Friends While Fleeing a Shoplifting Spree

first_imgChermaine Mayo, 38 is the Maryland woman authorities said ran over and killed her own friend while trying to flee from a shoplifting spree. “For me, it’s really sad to see that someone could just dehumanize someone like that and leave the scene,” says Captain Joe Zurolo, Elkton Police Department. Police said Mayo and her two accomplices, Donisha Harris and Keneesha Cunningham, tried leaving the Walmart off Pulaski Highway without paying for over $1,000 worth of merchandise.A loss prevention associate followed the trio and tried snapping photos of their car. “In an attempt to conceal the tag, the victim, Kaneesha Cunningham, jumped on the trunk of the vehicle and tried to use her body to cover tag,” said Captain Zurolo. Police said Mayo was behind the wheel and reversed, hitting a curb, leaving Cunningham trapped under the car before reversing and hitting another curb. “It’s crazy, I mean a total disregard of life in my opinion. They didn’t even attempt to at least render aid” said Captain Zurolo. Cunningham was pronounced dead on the scene, while the other two suspects fled on foot and were quickly apprehended.Shoppers are now trying to fathom the crazy story. “Not even like try to help her. They just ran. It blows my mind,” said Brittany Savage, of Elkton. Many are left outraged over how a shoplifting incident could escalate to this. “No need for it to rise to that level of violence where someone loses their life. Totally outrageous,” said Captain Zurolo. Police said Mayo faces several charges including negligent manslaughter by vehicle and negligent auto homicide. They said Harris was charged with theft and released on her own recognizance.   [Source: WJZ13 News]- Sponsor –   Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more

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