Twitter NewsLocal NewsWeapon found in murder investigationBy admin – April 15, 2009 487 Previous articleThird person detained in murder investigationNext articleJet makes emergency landing at Shannon admin Linkedin Email WhatsApp A rifle and parts of another gunhave been discovered during the ongoing Roy Collins murder probe. Two men and a woman remain in custody in relation to the murder of the 35-year-old father of two. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Hundreds of people in Limerick have signed books of condolence amid calls for an end to the killings in the city. Facebook Print Advertisement
Written by January 15, 2021 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 1/15 Tags: Roundup FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys BasketballRegion 12RICHFIELD, Utah-Moroni Seely Roberts posted 33 points, 10 rebounds and 8 assists on 11-16 from the field as the Grand Red Devils improved to 11-0 (1-0 in Region 12 play as this was their region opener) on the season by outlasting the Richfield Wildcats 77-75 in overtime Friday in Region 12 boys basketball action. Grand trailed 54-45 entering the 4th Quarter, only to outscore the Wildcats 22-13 in the last stanza of regulation.The Red Devils actually led for much of the 4th Quarter, and Richfield’s Jackson Archibald hit a 3-pointer to tie things at 67-67, forcing overtime.Max Robinson had 18 points on 12-14 at the foul line for the Wildcats while Dallin Stewart had 16 points on 6-9 from the field for Richfield, who fell to 6-6 and 1-1 in Region 12 play.Both of these squads have a swift turnaround as Richfield hosts San Juan Saturday and Grand visits nearby South Sevier Saturday in hopes of keeping their perfect season alive.MONROE, Utah-Jensen Grover posted 20 points on four 3-pointers as the San Juan Broncos stymied South Sevier 62-53 Friday in Region 12 boys basketball action. Ridge Tebbs had 14 points in the loss for the Rams.Region 14MT. PLEASANT, Utah-Landon Bowles amassed 24 points, 8 assists and 5 rebounds as the North Sanpete Hawks routed Delta 87-72 in Region 14 boys basketball action Friday. Austin Topham’s 22 points paced the Rabbits in defeat.ROOSEVELT, Utah-Ty Allred stepped up with 21 points and the Juab Wasps blasted Union 58-37 Friday in Region 14 boys basketball action. Joey Sampson had 12 points for the Cougars in the loss.Region 16COALVILLE, Utah-Darian Johnson netted 26 points and the North Sevier Wolves humbled North Summit 73-67 in Region 16 boys basketball action Friday. Treyson Pace led the Braves in defeat with 19 points.GUNNISON, Utah-Boston Freestone amassed 22 points and the Monticello Buckaroos edged Gunnison Valley 45-42 Friday in Region 16 boys basketball action. Jon Willden posted 13 points for the Bulldogs in the loss.Region 18BEAVER, Utah-Jake Eichorn led the way with 15 points as the Beaver Beavers smacked Kanab 58-43 Friday in Region 18 boys basketball action. Jordan Cornell had a game-high 22 points in the loss for the Cowboys.Girls BasketballRegion 12MOAB, Utah-Nicole Willardson netted 15 points and the Richfield Wildcats decimated Grand 71-24 in Region 12 girls basketball action Friday. Megan Zunich had 10 points in defeat for the Red Devils.Region 20TROPIC, Utah-Brooklyn Syrett stepped up with 14 points as the Bryce Valley Mustangs humbled Water Canyon 39-33 Friday in Region 20 girls basketball action. Melissa Jessop’s 18 points led the Wildcats in defeat.PANGUITCH, Utah-JaLeana Tsosie posted 14 points and the Milford Tigers got past Panguitch 43-33 in Region 20 girls basketball action Friday. Abbee Holman had 13 points to lead the Bobcats.ORDERVILLE, Utah-Hali Peterson led the way with 16 points and the Wayne Badgers waxed Valley 60-47 in Region 20 girls basketball action Friday. Jannie Hoyt stepped up in defeat for the Buffaloes with 16 points. Brad James
Failing To Deliver Car Titles Brings Lawsuits From Attorney GeneralMarilyn Odendahl for www.theindianalawyer.comFour out-of-business auto dealerships and their owners are the target of lawsuits filed by the Indiana attorney general for violating the state’s Deceptive Consumer Sales Act.Attorney General Greg Zoeller filed the complaints March 10 in state courts against former used-car lots in Fort Wayne, Fortville and Indianapolis for deceptive acts and failing to deliver titles to nearly 50 customers. Without the titles, owners cannot get their cars registered in the state and cannot legally drive their vehicles.“The 48 Hoosiers impacted in these cases spent thousands of dollars on cars which they can’t prove they own,” Zoeller said. “This can be a common problem, especially when used auto dealers go out of business.”In addition to seeking restitution for the customers, including delivery of the titles, the lawsuits are asking for civil penalties and reimbursement for investigative costs.The four defendants are:• Prestige Auto in Fortville (lawsuit filed in Hancock County). The dealership is accused of failing to deliver titles to at least 10 customers and failing to provide a purchased warranty to one customer. Also Prestige allegedly did not follow through on paying off the remaining loans on three trade-in vehicles, leaving customers on the hook for loans of $23,800 and $3,500.• AnyCredit Auto Superstore Inc. in Fort Wayne (lawsuit filed in Allen County). The business is accused of not delivering titles to at least 10 customers, misrepresenting the price of a vehicle and failing to perform repairs.• Southport Motors in Indianapolis (lawsuit filed in Marion County). The car lot is accused of failing to deliver 21 titles to customers. Also, Southport allegedly did not pay-off the remaining loan balance of $16,500 on one customer’s trade-in vehicle.• US Fleet Liquidators LLC in Indianapolis (lawsuit filed in Marion County). The dealership is accused of not providing titles to seven customers.Under state law, car dealers are required to deliver the title to the buyer either at the time of the sale or delivery or within 21 days of the date of the sale.According to Zoeller, his office receives more auto sales complaints each year than any other retail category. A total of 1,340 complaints were filed in 2015 and, in recent years, the attorney general has filed lawsuits against 20 dealerships for not delivering titles.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. The partnership neared 100 but then disaster struck as complete miscommunication between Rayudu and Shankar resulted in the Tamil Nadu all-rounder being run-out for a vital 45. Jadhav came in and Rayudu notched up his 10th fifty with back-to-back fours off de Grandhomme. With the end overs coming, both batsmen found the boundary on a regular basis.Pandya assault hurts New ZealandRayudu gave India the ideal platform towards the end overs by whacking two sixes off Colin Munro, one an 87 meter six that sailed into the third tier of the Westpac stadium. Two further fours off Henry got him closer to a century but on 90, he sliced a full ball from Henry to be caught at extra cover. Couple of overs later, Jadhav dragged a slow off-cutter back onto the stumps and India was in danger of not finishing well. Enter Hardik Pandya and he changed the course of the game with some big hits.In the 47th over, Pandya launched legspinner Todd Astle for three consecutive sixes and punished Boult with a swivel pull six on one leg to fine leg. Pandya blasted two fours and his fifth six off James Neesham as he looked set for a quick fifty but his dismissal thanks to a fine catch from Boult helped India end on 252.Shami strikes in the powerplayMohammed Shami has been vital in the Indian bowling line-up for his ability to take quick wickets in the powerplay and he delivered yet again. Henry Nicholls (8) and Colin Munro (24) fell to the right-arm pacer and Pandya, having hurt New Zealand with the bat, got rid of Taylor for 1 with a delivery that nipped back in. However, it was disaster for New Zealand as Taylor did not opt for the review but replays showed that the ball was going over the stumps.Kane Williamson and Tom Latham stitched a 67-run stand and made smooth progress but Kedar Jadhav enhanced his reputation as a partnership-breaker as Williamson mistimed the short ball to be caught by Dhawan at deep midwicket for 39. Pouncing on the opening, Yuzvendra Chahal ran through the middle order with three wickets but New Zealand had some hope with James Neesham batting well.Neesham struck two boundaries off Shami and launched Bhuvneshwar for a four and six over deep square leg. However, some brilliant presence of mind from MS Dhoni resulted in his run-out and despite Matt Henry hitting two sixes off Pandya, New Zealand had an uphill task and India sealed the game in style.“Coming here and beating NZ at home wasn’t going to be easy. The achievement we’ve had today is a great achievement to have,” Rohit said after the game. Indeed, after going undefeated in all formats in Australia and winning in New Zealand after 10 years, the feeling is one of immense pride. highlights India won the fifth match by 35 runs to win the series 4-1.India won a series against New Zealand after 10 years.Ambati Rayudu hit his 10th fifty. New Delhi: When the Wellington ODI started, it seemed that India’s batsmen were all set to repeat their shocker in Hamilton. Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Shubman Gill and MS Dhoni departed cheaply and New Zealand were on top. However, Ambati Rayudu’s 90, combined with his 98-run stand and 74-run partnership with Vijay Shankar and Kedar Jadhav revived India and it took a 22-ball blitz from Hardik Pandya to help India reach a good total of 252. Mohammed Shami and Yuzvendra Chahal showed their mettle as Rohit Sharma’s side held on for a 35-run win in Wellington on Sunday to win the four-match series 4-1.The victory displayed India’s mental strength and their ability to stage a turnaround in case the top order did not contribute. Rohit won the toss and chose to bat stating that the “wanted to test ourselves in such situations.” They were immediately put to the sword. Rohit (2) was cleaned up by a full outswinger from Matt Henry while Shikhar Dhawan (6) upper-cut a short ball from Trent Boult to be caught at deep backward point. Shubman Gill (7) was undone by a Henry delivery which stuck on the wicket and was caught at cover point while Dhoni (1) survived an LBW appeal on review but was undone by a peach from Boult who breached his defences with a delivery that straightened on off stump.Rayudu and Shankar were confronted with a difficult situation. Rayudu took his time and at one point, operated at a strike-rate of 5. New Zealand conceded some extras which released the pressure slightly. With both batsmen getting their eye in, both found the boundary on a regular basis. Rayudu broke the shackles with a four to fine leg and a six straight down the ground of Colin de Grandhomme.