Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York U.S. Marshals have apprehended a fifth suspect wanted for the brazen armed robbery of a Manhasset jewelry store two years ago, Nassau County police said.Christopher Evans, 28, of Brooklyn, was arrested Wednesday and charged with robbery and criminal use of a firearm.Police said Evans was the only suspect who escaped authorities that chased the quintet after they allegedly robbed the London Jewelers on Northern Boulevard of Rolex and Breitling watches on Oct. 14, 2011.Javon Gamble began serving a prison term of 21 to 25 years for the crime this month. Leroy Nelson pleaded guilty to robbery May 3 and will be sentenced June 7. Reggie Fowler pleaded guilty in April and will be sentenced Friday.Alleged getaway driver Samuel Cephas has been held without bail since he pleaded not guilty after his arrest. He is due back in court June 7.Evans will be arraigned Thursday at First District Court in Hempstead.
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr This post is currently collecting data… Commenters on proposed TRACED Act regulatory amendments support CUNA’s position of retaining current exemptions, CUNA wrote to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) this week. CUNA’s comments were sent in reply to a review of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) provisions mandated by the TRACED Act.“The initial comments demonstrate overwhelming support for retaining the current exemptions, particularly the exemption for commercial informational calls to residential lines, without imposing additional restrictions,” the comments read. “CUNA also supports modest but important revisions to the financial services exigent circumstances exemption for wireless calls. Moreover, a number of commenters support extending to wireless numbers the exemptions currently limited to residential lines, as CUNA has previously advocated.”CUNA filed its initial TRACED Act comments Oct. 27, saying that the unique credit union-member relationship requires unencumbered communications. This is placeholder text continue reading »
Hounslow’s Rajiv Ouseph made a stunning start to his Olympic year, taking only 35 minutes to knock Indonesian star Taufik Hidayat out of badminton’s Korea Open.Ouseph beat the former world and Olympic champion 21-19 21-15 in their men’s singles clash after a flawless performance.After establishing an 11-5 lead in the first game, Ouseph crushed the world number nine’s attempt at a comeback and then stepped up a gear in the second game, which at one stage was finely poised at 9-9.AdChoices广告The victory is a massive boost for the 25-year-old, who has struggled in recent months but appears to be rediscovering his best form ahead of the London 2012 Games.He will face another Indonesian, eighth seed Simon Santoso, in the second round.Related feature: Ones to watch in 2012 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Governor Reynolds holds her daily news conference at 11:00 AM — listen on AM-1300 KGLO & kgloam.com — or watch it hereA reminder that the weekly Cerro Gordo County COVID-19 press conference will be at 3:30 this afternoon, which can also be heard on KGLO