2 San Diego police officers shot in College Area shooting have been identified 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – One of two police officers wounded over in a weekend shootout, which left a suspect dead in a College-area apartment, went home today to continue recuperating, police said.Dan Bihum, an 18-year veteran of the San Diego Police Department, was discharged from a trauma center two days after he and fellow patrolman Francisco Roman were shot while trying to enter a Rolando Court residence in response to an emergency call.Finding themselves under attack, Roman and a third officer returned fire. The suspected assailant, 28-year-old Joe M. Darwish, was later found dead inside his rental residence. Roman, a three-year department member, remained hospitalized this afternoon in stable condition, Lt. Anthony Dupree said. The events that led to the exchange of gunfire began about 10:15 p.m. Saturday, when a loud and violent-sounding dispute was reported in a neighborhood just southeast of San Diego State University.As officers were trying to contact any occupants of the apartment where the disturbance had occurred, they noticed the smell of something burning. Getting no response from anyone in the residence and believing there might be a fire starting, the patrol personnel made entry and were immediately met with gunfire, Dupree said. Roman and Officer Shawn Boggeman shot back before retreating and seeking help for the wounded patrolmen.Medics took Bihum and Roman to hospitals, where they were admitted in stable condition. A SWAT team, meanwhile, was summoned to take up positions around Darwish’s apartment and prepare to enter it forcibly, if necessary. After several hours, the special weapons and tactics personnel stormed into the residence and found Darwish dead. It was not immediately clear if he had succumbed to police gunfire or if he might have shot himself.Darwish had a “criminal history,” and police had responded to incidents at his apartment “numerous times over the last several years,” SDPD Chief David Nisleit told reporters.San Diego Police have identified the suspect and two officers wounded in Saturday’s College Area shooting. The San Diego Police Department Press Release can be read below.On Saturday June 23, 2018, at about 10:16 p.m., uniformed San Diego PoliceOfficers responded to a radio call of a violent disturbance in the 4800 block of Rolando Ct.Officers attempted to contact the subject at his apartment. As the officers were at the frontdoor, they could smell something burning coming from inside the location. Fire Fighterswere called to the location to evaluate for a fire.After getting no response at the front door, Officers and Fire Fighters made entry to theapartment to check for a possible fire. Once the front door opened, the officers and FireFighters were met with gun fire. The officers returned fire and exited the apartment. TwoSan Diego Police officers were struck with gun fire and were transported to local hospitals.One officer is in serious but stable condition and the other officer is in stable condition.Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) personnel arrived at the scene and eventually madeentry into the apartment and located the suspect inside deceased.The two officers injured have been identified as Francisco Roman, a 3-year veteran (instable condition at a local hospital), and Dan Bihum, a 18-year veteran (Released from thehospital today) of the San Diego Police Department. Officers Roman and Officer ShawnBoggeman, a 4-year veteran of the San Diego Police Department, returned fire. All officersare assigned to Eastern Division.The suspect has been identified as 28-year old Joe M. Darwish of San Diego.Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the Homicide Unit at (619)531-2293 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477.KUSI has confirmed that the following images are of the shooter, Joe M. Darwish. Original Story (June 24, 8:17 AM) – Posted: June 25, 2018 Updated: 7:19 PM FacebookTwitter Maggie Delmore, , Ashlie Rodriguez, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsTwo police officers were shot and wounded, one seriously, in a standoff at a College Area condominium that left the suspect dead Sunday.One officer, a three-year veteran of the department, was listed in serious, but stable condition. The second officer, an 18- year veteran of the department, was listed in stable condition.Both men are expected to survive their injuries, said San Diego police chief David Nisleit during a 7:30 a..m. news conference at police headquarters.Officers were dispatched about 10:15 p.m. Saturday to 4860 Rolando Court, Nisleit said, in response to a “violent disturbance” call.“Officers got there and knocked on the door and got no response,” he said. “But at that time, smelled what they thought was fire.” Officers requested the fire department.“Officers made a decision to open the door. Before they did that they, though, they knocked on the door and asked the occupant to respond.“There was no response so the officers opened the door,” he continued. “Upon opening the door, they were met by gunfire.”It was unclear if the suspect, who was found dead inside the apartment, was struck by police gunfire, Nisleit said. Two of three officers there shot their guns.“It is believed that he was probably lighting something on fire, but until we get inside and take a look at the apartment, we do not fully know that,” said Nisleit, adding that the caller to police “heard cursing being thrown about” possibly to a female.A SWAT team had continued to confront the barricaded suspect in a standoff that lasted more than two hours. “We had to do quite a few evacuations,” Nisleit said.Several residents from the nearby Tuscany Place apartment complex were evacuated during the standoff, but were allowed to return as of 2 a.m.Nisleit said the department’s Homicide Unit was — at 7:30 a.m. — still waiting for a judge to approve a search warrant for the home.Two Homicide Unit teams were at the location, said San Diego police Capt, Mike Hastings.“This will be a long process throughout the day — maybe into the evening,” the police chief said.Nisleit said the suspect has a “criminal history” and that police have response to the location “numerous times over the last several years.”The name of the suspect will be released pending notification of next of kin, he said. June 25, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News #SDPOA has been notified of fake/scam donation sites of individuals taking advantage of heroic acts of two @SanDiegoPD Officers. https://t.co/5FTjtrTqnu is the only legitimate site for donation for Officers pic.twitter.com/KvorljxjJr— San Diego Police OA (@SDPOA) June 24, 2018 Maggie Delmore, , Ashlie Rodriguez
General view of the front cover of the match day programme paying tribute to Emiliano Sala before a match on 2 February, 2019 Photo: ReutersThe missing plane carrying Argentinian footballer Emiliano Sala and his pilot has been found, investigators said on Sunday.Sala, 28, was travelling from France to join up with his new club, Premier League side Cardiff City, in a light aircraft manned by David Ibbotson on January 21 when it disappeared close to the Channel Islands.Tributes were paid to the striker on both sides of the Channel over the weekend as hopes faded he would be found alive, and Britain’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) on Sunday told AFP the plane’s wreckage had been discovered.”I can confirm it has been found,” a spokesperson said, adding a statement would be issued on Monday.Sala’s father Horacio spoke of his shock from his home in Progresso, Argentina, telling Cronica TV: “I can’t believe it. It’s a bad dream.”Horacio was the only member of the Sala family to stay behind in Argentina as the others rushed to France to try to help with the search.”I talk to them every day. But since I don’t have WhatsApp it’s expensive to call them or for them to call me. But anyway, they kept saying days were going by, and that there had been zero word on Emiliano, or on the plane,” he said.Suspected debris from the plane washed up on the Normandy coastline in France last Wednesday.Sala was travelling in the Piper PA-46 Malibu plane after transferring from French team Nantes in a 17 million euro ($19.3 million) move — a record deal for the Welsh team.It vanished from radar around 20 kilometres (12 miles) north of Guernsey, with pilot Ibbotson the only other person aboard.David Mearns, whose private company, Blue Water Recoveries, was hired by Sala’s family to search for the plane, said on Twitter that the wreckage was spotted early Sunday.”There’s a substantial amount of wreckage on the seabed,” he wrote, adding: “This is about the best result we could have hoped for the families.”Top footballers were among more than 4,500 contributors to a crowdfunding page that raised over 300,000 euros ($343,000) to look for the wreckage.Speaking after Cardiff’s match against Bournemouth on Saturday, manager Neil Warnock said Sala would have been “really proud” of the team after they won 2-0 in their first home match since the plane vanished.Programme notes, penned by owner Vincent Tan and the rest of the Bluebirds’ board, said events had shaken “Cardiff City to its very core” and that they were now playing for Sala and pilot Ibbotson.There were a series of heartfelt tributes before kick-off, with Sala’s photograph appearing on the front cover of the matchday programme and the two captains laid floral tributes on the halfway line before what the club called a “silent reflection”.Sala’s name, in the Argentina colours, was also spelled out behind one of the goals as supporters held cards aloft.
bograThe bodies of two more victims, who went missing after an engine-run boat with more than a hundred passengers capsized in the Jamuna river in Sariakandi upazila, were recovered on Thursday, according to UNB.One of the deceased was Kajoli Begum, 25.With this, a total of four bodies have so far been found while three others still remained missing.Locals said they had spotted the bodies floating in the river at Kutubpur around 10:00am and informed police.On Wednesday, the boat heading towards Kalitala Ghat from Manikdair Char capsized around 11:30am as its bottom was damaged.Although most of the passengers managed to swim ashore, seven went missing. Later, the floating bodies of the two women were retrieved from the river.
Patton International Limited – A government recognised export house, manufacturer and star exporter of steel conduit fittings, electrical hardware and EMT fittings serving the electrical trade needs of major OEM’s, has made inroads into the Mexican markets with its range of engineering products. The company has joined hands with Eaton Crouse Hinds – Mexico for supplying engineering products from its five sophisticated states of the art multi-locational plants in West Bengal. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfEaton Crouse Hinds group is ‘Fortune world’s most admired companies 2018′ recognised business conglomerate with interests in electrical sector, industrial sector comprising of aerospace, hydraulics, filtration etc.”This is a great leap forward for Patton,” says Sanjay Budhia, Managing Director who is just back from Mexico. Mexico is fast emerging as a major trade partner for India. Indo-Mexican trade of $5.82 billion in 2016 is reported 20 percent jump to $7.7 billion in FY18 and can touch $10 billion easily. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive”In the international market, JIT/ETA/OTD – Just in Time, Expected Time of Arrival and On-time Delivery is name of the game. It is imperative that quality products are delivered at a competitive cost and on the right time. Zero deviation from specifications is the norm of the day. Nowadays It is not customers’ expectations but mere requirements that one cannot supply even two days earlier or a day later than the precise and specified date of deliveries. To sustain and meet these challenges, it has become necessary for us to have our own full proof and fault-free backup supply chain logistic system in place. I am glad that they are satisfied with our capabilities and credibilities and considered Patton as their long-term trusted partner,” said Sanjay Budhia. Patton has rapidly increased its product portfolio with a diverse range of products for the electrical market in Canada, Germany, the US, and Middle East countries. The products are retail packaged with customer logo and made ready for the shelf. Patton products are certified to global standards such as Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and Canadian Standard Association (CSA). Factories are regularly audited by renowned agencies like Intertek for workplace health and safety and are also CTPAT compliant. This company currently employs around 2500 employees and has not lost a single man-day in strikes or Lockouts. PATTON group is the consecutive winner of Productivity Awards, FIE Award, recipient of National Export Excellence Awards.
Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailDrivers are being warned to expect traffic and travel delays due to roadworks across North Staffordshire and South Cheshire this coming week. Motorists hitting the roads of Stoke-on-Trent and the surrounding areas on Monday morning can expect a raft of delays and road closures waiting for them – including on major routes such as the M6 motorway, the A500 and the A50. The following roadworks are taking place in North Staffordshire and South Cheshire between Monday July 23 and Sunday July 29 This list contains only the roadworks considered to be most likely to cause delays on key routes as well as those involving road closures and temporary traffic lights. It is not exhaustive and does not feature some minor or emergency repairs that come up after publication. Other roadworks may finish or start before schedule or be cancelled altogether. The list is broken down by local authority area (with the M6 , A500 and A50 separate because they fall under the remit of Highways England). All information from Highways England and Roadworks.org. Read MorePolice appeal after vulnerable man found injured at Stoke-on-Trent park M6 Southbound Junction 16 – Junction 15: Closed overnight July 23/24 and July 24/25. Disruption expected between 9pm and 6am. Southbound Junction 15 – Junction 14: Closed overnight July 26/27 and July 27/28. Disruption expected between 9pm and 6am. Northbound Junction 14 – Junction 15: Closed overnight July 28/29 and July 29/30. Disruption expected between 9pm and 6am. A500 Southbound between the A527 North and the junction with the A52: Expect disruption everyday between 20:00 and 06:00 from 23 July 2018 to 10 August 2018. Closed. Southbound between the A527 South and the junction with the A5006: Expect disruption everyday between 21:00 and 05:00 from 25 July 2018 to 28 July 2018. Closed Northbound between the A52 and the junction with the A527 South: Expect disruption everyday between 20:00 and 06:00 from 23 July 2018 to 10 August 2018. Closed Northbound between the A50 and the junction with the A5007: Expect disruption everyday between 21:00 and 05:00 from 23 July 2018 to 26 July 2018. Closed Northbound between the A34 and the junction with the A50: Expect disruption everyday between 21:00 and 05:00 from 23 July 2018 to 26 July 2018. Closed The A500 northbound between the A519 and the junction with the A34: Expect disruption everyday between 21:00 and 05:00 from 23 July 2018 to 26 July 2018. Closed Northbound between the junctions with the M6 J15 and the A519: Expect disruption everyday between 21:00 and 05:00 from 23 July 2018 to 26 July 2018. Closed A50 Eastbound: Between the A520 and the junction with the A521 Blythe Bridge East: Closed overnight on July 23/24 and July 24/25. Disruption expected between 8pm and 5am. Read MoreFamilies feared for their safety after two men stabbed Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Green: Roadworks on Hillside Close and Baker Crescent until July 23 Blurton: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Beaconsfield Drive until July 24 Hanley: Roadworks and road closure on Slippery Lane until August 8 Longton: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Amison Street until July 30 Longton: Roadworks and road closures on Market Street until October 29 Longton: Roadworks and road closures on Commerce Street until August 17. Longton: Roadworks and road closures on Meir Hay Road until July 23 Meir: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Uttoxeter Road until July 23 Meir Hay: Roadworks and road closures on Marlow Road until July 23 Meir Hay: Roadworks and road closures on St Marys Road until July 23 Meir Hay: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Linnburn Road until July 23 Norton: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Norton Lane until August 31. Shelton: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Caledonia Road until July 24 Stoke Railway Station: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Station Road until September 30 Trentham: Lane closure on A34 Stone Road until July 31 Weston Coyney: Roadworks and road closure on Glandore Road until August 6 Newcastle Borough Basford: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Etruria Road until July 23 Clayton: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Clayton Road until July 31 Madeley Heath: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Leycett Lane until July 26 Newcastle: Road closure on High Street until August 31. Silverdale: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Sneyd Terrace/High Street until August 24 Talke: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on High Street until August 17 Read MoreArsonists target former youth centre Staffordshire Moorlands Cheadle: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Mill Road until July 25 Kingsley Holt: Roadworks and diversion on Lockwood Road until September 7 Knypersley: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Tunstall Road until July 23 Leek: Roadworks and closures on Portland Street until July 27 Mayfield: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on B5032 Calwich Bank until October 20 Stafford Borough A34 between Meaford and Tittensor: Roadworks and lane closures until July 28 Eccleshall/Sturbridge: Roadworks and closures on Sturbridge Lane until July 31 Meaford: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Meaford Road until September 3 Milford: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on The Green until August 6 Stafford: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on A513 Beaconside until April 4 2019 Stafford: Roadworks and closures on Waterfront Way until August 24 Stone: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Yarnfield Lane until September 3 Stone: Traffic control on Oulton Road until July 24 Stone: Lane closure on Whitemill Lane until September 3 Stone: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Eccleshall Road until September 6 Stone: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Lichfield Road until July 27 Stone: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Brooms Road until July 27 Stone: Lane closure on Stafford Road until September 3 Read MoreThieves steal caravans and cars in early hours of morning Cheshire East Astbury: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on A34 Newcastle Road until July 27 Bosley: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Tunstall Road until February 1 2019 Congleton: Roadworks and closures on Yew Tree Lane until July 23 Congleton: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on A54 Buxton Road until July 23 Congleton: Roadworks and closures on Swan Bank until July 23 Crewe: Roadwork at Crewe Green roundabout until December 1 Crewe: Temporary traffic lights/multi-way signals on Broughton Road until August 24 Crewe: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Parkers Road until July 27 Crewe: Traffic control on West Street until July 27 Crewe: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on South Street Crewe: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Gresty Road until July 27 Hatherton: Roadworks and closures on Crewe Road until July 27 Nantwich: Roadworks and closures on Welshmans Lane until September 10 Nantwich: Temporary traffic lights/two way signals on Beam Street until August 6 Oakhanger: Roadworks and closures on Crewe Road until July 30 Shavington: Traffic control on Stock Lane until July 30 Want to keep up to date with the latest traffic and travel news?Each day Stoke-on-Trent Live journalists bring you the latest news on the roads and railways across Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire, South Cheshire and further afield to help keep you on the move. 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