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Man threatens Cape Coral neighbors with gun over dog dilemma

first_imgAdvertisementTags: Cape Coralconvicted felon WATCH: Porch pirate targets newly moved in Cape Coral residents June 16, 2021 Cape Coral canal levels remain low even after recent rains June 17, 2021 Cape Coral man tries to figure out meaning of his 25-year-old tattoos June 16, 2021 AdvertisementDuring the argument, Minor went back into his home and came back out with a firearm, allegedly pointing it at two adults and the juvenile, threatening violence.Minor, a convicted felon, was arrested and taken to the Lee County Jail. A firearm was found at the scene and taken into evidence, said Cape Coral police. Cape Coral break in foiled by barking dog June 17, 2021 CAPE CORAL, Fla. – A Cape Coral man was arrested for threatening his neighbors, two adults and a juvenile, with a gun during an argument after their dog ran into his yard.Jarvis Daniel Minor, 34, was arrested on Sunday and is facing charges of aggravated assault and possession of a weapon by a convicted felon.The incident happened in the 900 block of SE 31st Terrace after the dog’s owner and a juvenile tried to run after the dog to try and catch it.The dog ran onto Minor’s property, which started an argument between Minor and the neighbors, said Cape Coral police. RELATEDTOPICS AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 commentsDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 commentslast_img read more

Some Public Sector Entities to be Merged

first_imgRelatedCabinet Signs Off on Measures to Advance IMF Negotiations RelatedPublic Servants Agree to Wage Restraint Some Public Sector Entities to be Merged Finance & Public ServiceApril 23, 2013 Advertisementscenter_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail A number of government departments and agencies will be merged this financial year to enable greater cost-efficiency and effectiveness in the public sector. This was disclosed by Finance and Planning Minister, Dr. the Hon. Peter Phillips, during his opening presentation in the 2013/14 Budget Debate in the House of Representatives on April 18. The Minister informed that plans are in place to merge the Betting Gaming and Lotteries Commission with the Jamaica Racing Commission. Also, the University Council of Jamaica will be joined with the Council of Community Colleges of Jamaica to form the Jamaica Tertiary Commission. As part of the public sector transformation, the Fiscal Services Limited will be merged with the Central Information Technology Office (CITO) to create a new technical office to drive E-government. Dr. Phillips also informed that the research facilities are being integrated to form the National Institute of Science and Technology. “All of this represents just one aspect of what is being pursued, and there are other agencies which are currently being reviewed with a view to reducing the cost and size of their operations,” the Finance Minister said. In the meantime, he informed that Cabinet has taken the decision to establish a Strategic Human Resource Management Unit to serve the entire government. The unit will provide policy direction across government and technical guidance to the human resource management departments. “The expectation is that the work of this unit will make way for a public sector, which is cohesive and performance-based,” Dr. Philips stated. Intrinsic to this effort, he noted, is the completion of an Employee Census System (E-Census), which will record the entire listing of public sector employees in order to compile an effective Human Resource Management System. The Finance Minister informed that in a further effort to reduce public sector costs, the government will be placing energy conservation and new Information and Communications Technology (ICT) systems within departments and agencies. By Athaliah Reynolds-Baker, JIS Reporter RelatedNHT’s Contribution Will Not Affect Its Operations – Finance Ministerlast_img read more

Court ruling a victory for world football, says Wallace

first_imgPORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC):Deposed Trinidad and Tobago Football Association president, William Wallace, has described Thursday’s ruling of the High Court as a victory for world football and has made it clear that neither he, nor his team of ousted TTFA members currently challenging FIFA, feared any reprisals by the powerful football world governing body.The High Court here ruled that the dispute between the former TTFA executives and FIFA could be heard in the local jurisdiction, instead of the Switzerland-based Court of Arbitration for Sport as contended by FIFA.Wallace, along with former vice-presidents Clynt Taylor, Susan Joseph-Warrick and Sam Phillip, are challenging FIFA’s takeover of the TTFA last March and the appointment of a normalisation committee to run the body’s interim’s affairs.And even though speculation is rife that the court ruling could see FIFA slapping sanctions on the TTFA or Wallace and his team, the embattled former football head said they were prepared for any consequences, especially since they had taken a stand against injustice. TIME TO STAND UP “Sometimes you have to just stand up for something and I think this was the time for us to stand up,” Wallace said.“We were given the opportunity and … we had all four persons who were like-minded on this. When we sat down and discussed this, we discussed the possible consequences of individuals being affected and everybody agreed it was the right moment. “I think this is the right moment for world football simply because people from other confederations are speaking out at the moment about things like this and therefore it might be very well what is needed to bring about some changes that would affect sport in a positive way.”He continued: “We took this action as people who were given a mandate by the electorate and then removed. We took this action based on that. So that if they’re any sanctions to come down, that it will come down on the individuals who took the action and not on the FA. “We are ready … that if that is what happens – that we are sanctioned or banned or whatever as individuals – I have no problem with that. Having stood up for something, that is the consequences of standing up sometimes.”In a 24-page ruling, Madam Justice Carol Gobin said there was an “inherent contradiction” in FIFA’s appointment of the normalisation committee with full powers to run the TTFA, and “its insistence on holding the TTFA to the arbitration agreement on the other”.Since FIFA was disputing the authority of Wallace and his team, Justice Gobin said “the arbitration process cannot be triggered if there is a dispute as to the capacity of one of the parties to invoke the process and to bind TTFA to any outcome.”More critically, the court concluded that arbitration was not the “appropriate forum” for the settlement of the ongoing dispute.“This is a matter which falls squarely within the jurisdiction of the High Court of this country. This is not a matter for the Court of Arbitration for Sports.”Wallace, who was elected TTFA president last November, said the ruling was a huge filip in his team’s quest for justice.“We are extremely happy. All we have been asking for is a chance to be heard and if this is the first step towards that, then we’re extremely happy,” he explained.“We have always said that we wanted an opportunity to discuss the decision of FIFA. We wanted to do it through mediation which we thought was better for all of us and we have reached out over four times and that did not happen and this is the next step. “We followed the directions of FIFA vis-à-vis challenging matters like this. We went to CAS and of course everybody knows what happened there and we [went] back to Trinidad and Tobago. “All we are looking for is a chance to be heard because we think that natural justice was not meted out to us. We never had a chance to say anything, we never had a chance to defend ourselves – nothing. And that’s all we want: that chance to be heard.”last_img read more