Confirmed: An Ananda alert has been issued for 16-y-o Amelia Green of Fleet Street, Kingston C.S.O, who has been missing since Wednesday, May 29. She is of brown complexion, medium build and about 150 cm (4 feet 11 inches) tall. Amelia was last seen at home about 8:10 a.m., wearing white blouse, light blue skirt and black shoes.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Amelia Green is been asked to contact the Kingston Central Police at 922-0308, Police 119 emergency number or the nearest Police Station.
Mom loses four limbs after black-market buttocks injection turns out to be bathroom sealant
Last Updated: 5:41 PM, May 30, 2013
A MUM of two told last night how her quest for a bigger bottom left her a quadruple amputee – and 24 hours from death.
Apryl Michelle Brown had black-market silicone injections which turned out to be bathroom sealant.
It left her in agony and led to her losing her hands and feet, as well as her buttocks.
The 46-year-old former hairdresser blames “vanity” and wants to warn others of the terrible dangers of such illegal treatments.
Apryl said: “I’ve paid a terrible price for vanity and I’ll pay for the rest of my life. But I blame no one but myself.
“I want to share my story to warn others about these so-called ‘quick fix’ surgeries.
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A deaf and dumb commuter bus driver has been arrested at Apongbon area of Lagos, Southwest Nigeria for driving on BRT lane.
Officials of the Lagos State Taskforce on Environmental and Special Offences (Enforcement) Unit arrested the 33-year old driver, Sunday Ogunola on Monday with passengers in his bus who were unaware that he was deaf and dumb. The driver is also married to a deaf and dumb woman and has two kids and is also pregnant.At the time of his arrest, Ogunola was driving a Volkswagen faragon bus painted in the state’s colour, with registration XW 724 EKY. The culprit has been driving since 1999 and has no valid driver’s licence.On questioning, he said he normally plies the Ajah-Lekki-CMS-Eko Hotel route and that he had once been arrested on BRT lane in the past and was let off the hook after he pleaded.Taskforce Chairman, Bayo Sulaiman said he was shocked that the driver could not hear or speak when asked questions, saying that he constituted serious danger to life and safety of passengers.
He lamented that despite his predicament, he drove on the BRT lane, which was why he was arrested initially, adding that he has been driving for a long time.” “When we asked him questions, he could reply us.He cannot even hear or speak but he can write. We don’t expect him to be driving other people.
He cannot even come up with a valid driver’s licence.”He is liable for his action. He was arrested with passengers in his bus on BRT lane.We are going to look for the owner of the vehicle and charge him to court. We are holding him back here so that we can get the owner of the bus,” Sulaiman said.
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Joseph Rizzuti, of Stuart, Fla., was sentenced to 80 months in federal prison for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and for corruptly endeavoring to obstruct the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the Justice Department and the IRS announced today.
According to court documents, Rizzuti, an accountant and the owner of Beacon Accounting Services in Palm City, Fla., interfered with the IRS’s ability to collect taxes owed by two clients by stealing payments from those clients intended for the IRS and making misrepresentations to the clients, as well as the IRS, to conceal his scheme. Rizzuti also admitted to engaging in a criminal conspiracy to commit wire fraud by making material misrepresentations to individuals throughout the United States who believed the money they were investing with Rizzuti and his co-conspirators was funding Nigerian-related oil and Bahamian construction projects, but instead Rizzuti and his co-conspirators used the investors’ money for their own personal expenses. In total, Rizzuti and his co-conspirators stole approximately $3 million.
In addition to prison time, U.S. District Judge Donald L. Graham sentenced Rizzuti to serve three years of supervised release and to pay $298,000 in restitution to victims of his schemes to the IRS. Additional penalties will be assessed in the next 90 days.
This case was investigated by special agents of IRS – Criminal Investigation and the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. Trial Attorneys Justin Gelfand and Rebecca Perlmutter of the Justice Department’s Tax Division prosecuted the case.
Additional information about the Tax Division and its enforcement efforts may be found at www.justice.gov/tax.
The combined cocaine stuffed inside the shoes weighed 2,025 grams or 4 pounds, 7 ounces, and has an approximate street value of about $140,000, according Customs and Border Patrol officials. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection Service
PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT – May 30, 2013 (WPVI) — A woman returning from Jamaica took an unexpected detour through customs at Philadelphia International Airport.
Authorities say 25-year-old Iveliza Tuhanna Perez, of Camden, New Jersey, was sent through a routine secondary examination line by Customs and Border Patrol officials on Wednesday. There, agents found three pairs of cork wedge shoes that seemed inappropriately heavy.
X-ray exams found abnomalies in all six shoes and officers found a white, powdery substance when they probed one shoe.
The substance field tested as cocaine and Perez was then turned over to Philadelphia Police Department officers.
The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office is prosecuting Perez on charges of Possession with Intent to Distribute and Knowing and Intentional Possession.
In total, according to U.S. Customs officials, Perez’s shoes contained 4 pounds, 7 ounces of cocaine with a street value of roughly $140,000.
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