Fla. Man Arrested for Assaulting Child & Paramedic

first_imgThe child started to cry, and Tambunga locked himself inside his room. The child did not require medical attention. The sister-in-law said she and her husband went out to the front porch. When Tambunga was arrested and inside the back of the patrol car, he became verbally abusive toward the deputies, Mackinnon said. He then began hyperventilating, spitting, coughing and foaming at the mouth. Nicholas Tambunga, of Fort Myers, was arrested on two counts of battery on an officer, firefighter or EMT and one count of cruelty toward a child without great harm. While Nicholas was going to his room down the hallway, her son … was walking down the hallway at the same time, Mackinnon reported. (The woman) stated she heard Nicholas yelling at (the child) to get into the living room. (The child s mother) stated she came around the corner to get (the child) when she observed Nicholas shove (the child), forcing him into a wall. According to deputy Ryan Mackinnon, deputies were called to the Prospect Avenue residence by Tambunga, who was reportedly intoxicated and arguing with his brother and sister-in-law. His sister-in-law ordered Tambunga to his room because he was drunk, but Tambunga dialed 911. center_img EMSwas called, and while en route to the hospital, Tambunga reportedly kicked a firefighter and blew snot and spit at an EMT. FORT MYERS, Fla. — A 21-year-old Fort Myers man was arrested by Lee County (Fla.) Sheriff s deputies Sunday after he reportedly assaulted a 5-year-old and a paramedic. He is being held on $21,500 bond at the Lee County Jail. After a time, Tambunga reportedly calmed down and apologized for his behavior. last_img read more

Dominica begins annual abolition of slavery celebration

first_img 156 Views   one comment Share Share Tweet Sharing is caring!center_img Share LocalNews Dominica begins annual abolition of slavery celebration by: Dominica Vibes News – July 22, 2015 Dominica’s annual celebration in observance of the abolition of slavery has begun.Emancipation 2015 commenced with a media launch at the Old Mill Cultural Centre in Canefield on Wednesday 22 July 2015 and an Art Exhibition featuring the work of Dominican artistes.Acting Chief Cultural Officer, Jacinta David said Emancipation is a celebration of freedom, the struggles of our ancestors, maroons and others to abolish slavery. “It is an occasion to pay tribute to those who gave up their lives in that struggle and to those who died during the Atlantic crossing and as a result of inhumane conditions and brutality of slavery. It is an occasion to celebrate who we are as a people and a time to reflect on our freedom,” Ms David said.She indicated that this year’s theme ‘Breaking The Chains Of Mental Slavery’ affords us an opportunity to explore the detrimental effects of slavery on our people, the manner in which they socialize, the treatment of the environment and cultural values.“Have you ever wondered why lighter skin blacks are treated differently than darker skin blacks? Why many blacks still feel ashamed of their color and basically do everything to make themselves look dissimilar to the way they were born, like bleaching their skins, have plastic surgery on their faces or straightening their hair? Why we still see black as inferior and white as superior. Why as a child we preferred white dolls over black dolls. Why it that a large proportion of black males feel that it is okay to have children with multiple women. Why is it that many of our young women are single parent, how about the strong woman syndrome,” Ms David posited.According to Ms David, it is time for our people to break the chains of slavery as it was abolished over one hundred and eighty years ago in 1834.“We are all created in the image and likeness of God. As Bob Marley said “emancipate yourselves from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds” and so Emancipation this year will focus on breaking those chains by creating awareness. Break those chains of mental slavery beginning today,” she urged.Among the activities to commemorate Emancipation 2015 are a Film & Rap Session on 30 July, Emancipation Walk and Concert on 31 July, Golden Drum Awards ceremony on 1 August and the Nature Island Literary Festival on 6 -9 August.– / 7last_img read more

Inter absorbed Shakhtar and sent a loud message to Sevilla –…

first_imgFootball fans witnessed a new respectable result within a few days in European club tournaments. After Bayern Munich ruined Barcelona with an apocalyptic 8: 2 on Friday night, today Inter did something similar.The Nerazzurri defeated Shakhtar Donetsk 5-0 in the second фи-final of the Europa League, played on neutral ground in Dusseldorf. Lautaro Martinez and Romelu Lukaku scored two goals each. The difference could have been even more significant, since in the last 15 minutes of the match the defense of the Ukrainians did not look like themselves and allowed a lot of inaccuracies.On Friday, August 21, in Cologne, the Italians will meet the five-time winner of the trophy Sevilla, who last night defeated Manchester United.In the sixth minute Brozovic centered on the far post from a foul, where he tried to pass to Godin, but the ball passed everyone.In the 19th minute Barrela centered from the right flank and found in an excellent way Lautaro Martinez, who overtook Krivtsov and shot with his head in a brutal way Pyatov for 1: 0.Inter 1-0 Shakhtar Donetsk (Lautaro Martinez) and what an assist by Barella! pic.twitter.com/TY1G7E6GEO– InterYaEuropaLeague (@InterELGoals) August 17, 202010 minutes later Dodo received a perfect pass to the right in the penalty area, tried a feint and a pass, but the leather ball was cleared into a corner. After his performance on the first beam, however, the defense managed without any problems.In the 34th minute Barrela tried a diagonal shot in the near corner of Pyatov, but the guard parried.In the 43rd minute Marcos Antonio shot frontally from twenty meters after a series of passes in front of the penalty area of ​​the symbolic hosts.In the 48th minute Martinez stole the ball from an opponent defender and made a transfer shot, but Pyatov stretched and saved.Three minutes later, Lukaku freed himself from Kocholava and tried his luck with his right foot on the ground in the left corner, but away from the door.In the 62nd minute Moraes got caught between De Vray and Bastoni and shot from close range with his head, but Handanovic caught after initially dropping the ball.In the counterattack, after a corner kick, Danilo D’Ambrosio rose above Matviyenko and with a relentless header prepared Pyatov for 2: 0.Mr Clutch DDA scores in a big game once again, 2-0 to Inter! pic.twitter.com/j5l1KM5ItV– SMILEY ducts 🖤💙 (@ Smiley_1932) August 17, 2020In the 72nd minute Lukaku advanced powerfully through the center and shot on the ground, but weakly in Pyatov.120 seconds later Lautaro Martinez put an end to the dispute. Stepanenko lost the ball in his own half, Lukaku passed to Gallardini, he returned it, and the Belgian immediately gave it to the Argentine, who with a relentless shot with his right foot stuffed Pyatov and made the result classic.In the 78th minute, a new mistake in the own half of the Ukrainians allowed Lautaro to control and find an uncovered Lukaku on the right, who in a cold-blooded way shot Andriy Pyatov in the near corner.What a assist by Lautaro Martinez and good finish by Lukaku 🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/nWqumKQMLK— Sal (@fcb_sal) August 17, 2020The 84th minute came too soon for Shakhtar. Romelu Lukaku was found in the center of the field, turned with a ball in his foot, overcame Kocholava and with a diagonal solid kick despaired Pyatov for the fifth time.Inter – Shakhtar Donetsk 5: 01: 0, Martinez 19 ‘2: 0, D’Ambrozio 63 ‘3: 0, Martinez 74 ‘4: 0, Lukaku 78 ‘5: 0, Lukaku 84 ‘INTER: Handanovic, Godin, De Vray, Bastoni, D’Ambrozio (Mouzes ’81), Brozovic (Sensei ’85), Young, (Beers ’66) Barrels, Gallardini, Martinez (Eriksen ’81), Lukaku (Esposito ’85).Reserves: Padelli, Sanchez, Moses, Sensei, Ranokia, Valero, Eriksen, Esposito, Pirola, Biragi, Skrinjar, Kandreva.Head coach: Antonio ConteMINER DONETSK: Pyatov, Dodo, Krivtsov, Kocholava, Matviyenko, Markos Antonio, Stepanenko, Marlos (Koloplyanka ’75), Alan Patrick (Solomon ’59), Tyson, Junior Moraes.Reserves: Trubin, Dentinho, Tete, Konoplyanka, Solomon, Kovalenko, Maicon, Marquinhos, Bolbat, Pikalonok, Bondar, Fernando.Yellow cards: Tyson (58′)Head coach: Luis CastroJudge: Zimon Marchinyak (Poland) Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.last_img read more

Doveton’s new beginning

first_imgThey almost tore the paint off the walls. In the aftermath of Doveton’s stirring Good Friday win against Officer, the…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription. By Nick Creely last_img