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House broken into while elderly woman at church

first_imgGardai are investigating a break-in to a house in St Johnston yesterday morning.The culprits broke into the house at Railway Road while elderly owner of the house, understood to be in her 80s, was at church.The burglary happened between 11am and midday. One theory being investigated by Gardai is that the raiders are watching the routines of older people.They are understood to be specifically targeting people who are attending local churches and leaving their homes unattended.The latest raid has caused outrage on social media.House broken into while elderly woman at church was last modified: September 10th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:churchdonegalGardairobberySt Johnstonlast_img read more

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Poll: Does Joey Barton deserve to be sacked by QPR?

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Get ready for GIFF 2014!

first_imgGet ready for the 2014 Geocaching International Film Festival!This year at the Geocaching International Film Festival we received 60 entries from over 15 different countries. After the team of Geocaching HQ judges carefully reviewed each entry, we are excited to announce the 16 finalists that will be screened at the second annual GIFF on August 15 in Seattle!Congratulations to:Geocaching in CanadaTheBarnSwallowsToronto, CanadaFirst to Find – The Woodland HuntCarboKnightLukeUnited KingdomLa Búsqueda (The Search)nitescoCiales, Puerto RicoC9 H13 NO3 (Adrenaline)Peter!PortugalLove GeocachingChiliconsushiLille, FranceGeocaching TherapyL’Avanguardia TeamMilan, ItalyCacheheartMudMen_GERLuenen, GermanyGeoDoubleOwen15Toronto, CanadaThe Two MountainsHurricaneJuanMiami, Florida, USAThe Deadliest CacheTheHunting YoshiAkershus, NorwayThe Lonely Cachereldiablo11811Bronx, New York, USAThe UbercacheDuck MuscleNew York, New York, USAHow to Geocache in ThailandRazMcCazBangkok, ThailandGeocaching with SasquatchFrisky BiscuitsSeattle, Washington, USARemember the FallenmrbrimmFolsom, California, USASpend a Little Time With YouHurricaneBrainAlbany, Oregon, USAThese films will screen at Gas Works Park in Seattle, WA from 8-10pm (psst… this is the night before the Geocaching Block Party). Log your Will Attend here!After the screening we will announce the winners for the following awards:Most CreativeFunniest FilmMost AdventurousMost InspirationalBest CinematographyAudience Award (to be determined via text vote at the event!)And, hey look! Here is one of our graphic designers, Roxxy, working on the awards now!Geocaching HQ Designer Roxxy working on the awards.So grab that picnic blanket and meet us at Gas Works Park on August 15th where you’ll find new friends, ice cream, and incredible geocaching films!Check out these stills from some of the finalists:How to Geocache in Thailand by RazMcCazC9 H13 NO3 (Adrenaline) by Peter!Spend a Little Time with You by HurricaneBrainGeocaching with Sasquatch by Frisky Biscuits And one last thing:We wanted to give a shoutout to everyone who submitted films this year! The judging was incredibly hard and we were impressed with the amount of amazing work we saw. Thanks again for submitting your films and we hope to see more from you next year.Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedInterviews With Geocaching Filmmakers – Part 1February 16, 2015In “Events”And the 2017 GIFF finalists are…September 19, 2017With 6 commentsInterviews With Geocaching Filmmakers – Part 3February 20, 2015In “GIFF”last_img read more

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Season 2 starts in Victoria today 2

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Curbing an abuse of court process

Curbing an abuse of court process

first_img Categories: Featured news,News,Runestad News Tags: #SB, increase penalties for fraudulent service, op-ed, process server, Runestad 03Aug Curbing an abuse of court processcenter_img Op-ed by State Rep. Jim Runestad, R-White Lake The work life of a process server in Michigan is no picnic.  Your job is to deliver bad news to strangers.  At first glance, delivering some papers to folks at $26 per hour plus gas reimbursement for each successful service seems like a good deal. Rarely, however does this job ever actually go smoothly.Usually no one is home and it can take multiple attempts over the course of many weeks to reach the defendant.  Often the address is incorrect and residents do not feel compelled to respond to the notes left on their front door.  In these instances where there is no response or confirmation, the papers must be returned as undeliverable at a fee of $10, which averages just short of earning minimum wage.This is certainly an incentive to find the defendant and serve the papers, but it is also motive to falsely report the papers as served to expedite the process. You don’t need the defendant’s signature or photograph; so, it’s easy money if you are willing to fill out a form creatively.Easy, yes, but this neglectful behavior is not to be taken lightly.  The court system depends on its forthright process servers.  Such fraud undermines our confidence in the justice system.  More importantly, an individual’s welfare can be at stake.  The victims are often invisible and vulnerable. While a defendant could argue that he wasn’t served, it may be impossible for someone to go to court and prove an alibi for some unremarkable day that was months or years ago.This is what happened to Carnell Alexander, the Detroit man who was arrested and had his wages garnished for support on a child that he had not        fathered and had never known. Mr. Alexander claims he was not served, and fortunately had a solid publicly documented alibi. However, due to his failure to respond to the service that never happened, he was ordered to pay.I have supported the integration of better evidence, such as smartphone GPS and cameras, into process serving, but this can’t solve the whole problem.  It only makes it easier to prove fraud after the fact. For this reason, I am currently working on legislation to introduce this fall that will increase the penalties for fraudulent service and require a declaration by the process server given under penalty of perjury.Ideally, the bill will establish a separate crime for process serving fraud, which carries a possible two-year prison sentence.  This directly addresses the relationship created between the signer and the court. The declaration requires the process server to state that the employee has examined the proof of service and its contents are true. My bill will ultimately hold the process server accountable and force employees to be honest in their day’s work.######last_img read more

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