New Mexico State Police Arrest Violent Arizona Fugitives

first_imgBreanna Sanchez-ColemanNMSP News:BELEN – The New Mexico State Police Fugitive Apprehension Unit received information Tuesday, Feb. 11 from the Tucson Police Department in Arizona that several wanted violent fugitives from Arizona were in Belen.  The fugitives were identified as Maurice Diaz-Casales,16, Breanna Sanchez-Coleman, 20, and Jarrel Diaz-Casales, 18, all of Arizona. They were wanted in connection with multiple robberies that occurred in Arizona.After receiving this information, the New Mexico State Police Fugitive Apprehension Unit, which was created by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham in October of 2019 to arrest wanted fugitives across the state, began an investigation to locate these fugitives, and coordinate a plan to safely take them off the streets and into custody. Maurice Diaz-CasalesDue to the violent nature of the individuals, the Fugitive Apprehension Unit requested assistance from the New Mexico State Police Special Operations Bureau consisting of Tactical Team, Bomb Squad and Crisis Intervention Team as well as the New Mexico State Police Investigations Bureau and Uniform Bureau.In the early morning hours of Wednesday, Feb. 12, Fugitive Apprehension Unit Agents positively identified and located two of the fugitives at 1200 Court Street in Belen. Jarrell Diaz-Casales After a brief standoff, New Mexico State Police Special Operations executed a search warrant on the house and successfully took Maurice Diaz-Casales and Sanchez-Coleman into custody.  Jarrell Diaz-Casales was not in the house but through investigation agents quickly located him in Albuquerque and took him into custody without incident. A fourth individual, Lucy Sanchez, 21, of Los Lunas who is not believed to be connected to the Arizona robberies, was inside the Belen residence.  She was arrested and charged with Abuse of a Child. CYFD took custody of her 4-year-old child. Maurice, Sanchez-Coleman and Sanchez were booked into the Valencia County Detention Center and Jarrell was booked into the Metro Detention Center. All four fugitives will be extradited to Arizona.  For details on the Arizona crimes, contact the Tucson Police Department. This case remains under investigation by the New Mexico State Police with no additional information available at this time.* Note: A photo of Breanna Sanchez-Coleman was not available.last_img read more

The market in minutes – Sussex

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Speyer’s story

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CIF Elects 2 New Trustees To Continue Initiatives

first_imgMichael Quinn (left), Jeff Wildman (right).The Collision Industry Foundation (CIF) recently elected Michael Quinn and Jeff Wildman to the board of trustees to carry on the foundation’s initiatives throughout the coming years.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisementMichael Quinn is the director of business development, Western Region for Certified Collision Group (CCG). As a 35-year industry veteran, Quinn has held various positions, and has served the industry in many volunteer roles, including the National Auto Body Council for a total of 11 years (board member and co-founder of the Recycled Rides program), chair of the Collision Industry Relief effort following the Hurricane Katrina tragedy and was inducted into the Collision Repair industry’s “Hall of Eagles.” Quinn served as the Collision Industry Conference (CIC) chairman from 2011-’12. A technician at heart and co-founder of 911 Collision Centers, Quinn is currently active in CIC as the committee mentor for CIC’s Emerging Technologies.Jeff Wildman is the manager – OEM and Industry Relations with BASF. During his 25 year career with BASF, Wildman has held positions such as regional business manager, business development manager, ART marketing manager, operations manager, marketing e-commerce manager, distribution programs manager and sales representative. Wildman currently is active in NABC’s Membership and Distracted Driving & Marketing committees as well as in CIC’s Marketing committee.Trustee Petra Schroeder – CIF secretary – said, “The CIF board of trustees is very excited and honored to have Jeff and Michael join our team. Their industry experience and credibility will make them key contributors to delivering CIF’s mission of helping Collision Industry professionals in need.”last_img read more

Confirmed COVID Case Closes East Hampton Schools Wednesday

first_imgA second coronavirus case at the East Hampton elementary school has led to the entire school district closing Wednesday.In an email Tuesday afternoon, Adam Fine, the assistant district superintendent, said there was a confirmed case at the John M. Marshall Elementary School, the second in less than one week. On Saturday, Fine said the school had its first confirmed case, but determined no students or staff needed to be quarantined.While Suffolk County Department of Health, again, advised school officials quarantining students and staff was not necessary, all three schools in the district were being closed out of an abundance of caution, he said. Students and staff will remain home and students will receive instruction remotely on Wednesday.The latest student, whose age and grade was not disclosed publicly, did not come in close contact with any staff or students, Fine said, adding that close contact is defined as being within six feet of another person for 10 minutes.The school was not required to have students and staff quarantine because of the precautions in place at JMMES, Fine said. “This includes required face coverings, social distancing and plexiglass barriers,” he said.“Contact tracing has been completed by school personnel for up to 48 hours before the student exhibited any symptoms,” he added.taylor@indyeastend.com Sharelast_img read more

Oxygen analyser guarantees quality and safety

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Tenfold increase in profits

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Major export contract secured

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Angolan LNG cargo bound for Portugal

first_imgMalanje LNG carrier (Image courtesy of Teekay)REN’s Sines LNG import terminal on Portugal’s Atlantic coast is scheduled to receive a cargo of liquefied natural gas over the weekend. According to the data provided by the Port of Sines, the 160,000-cbm LNG carrier Malanje, is scheduled to deliver the cargo on January 21.The vessel transporting the cargo was built in 2011 by the South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries and is jointly owned by NYK LNG, the European unit of NYK Line (33 percent), Mitsui (34 percent), and Teekay (33 percent).The Chevron-led 5.2 million tons per year Angola LNG plant in Soyo restarted production earlier this month after a shutdown during late December.The Sines LNG terminal located on Portugal’s Atlantic coast in the industrial area of Sines port has a nominal sendout capacity of 600,000 cubic meters per hour (5.26 bcm per year), with a peak capacity of 900,000 cubic meters per hour. LNG World News Stafflast_img read more

Job site insight

first_imgAMCS says that its telematics system provides more than just a monitoring tool In September 2020 French job site safety specialist AMCS Technologies will launch a new telematics system called IoT Lifting. The company claims IoT Lifting enables crane fleet managers to remotely monitor site productivity in real time, record crane activity, and conduct remote diagnostics.#*#*Show Fullscreen*#*# Tailored information can be generated using IoT LiftingIoT Lifting is available via a web platform and as a mobile application for Android and IOS platforms. In physical form the system comes as a SIM card that is added to AMCS’s DCS 61-S anti-collision system. Once installed, the system collects information about each crane, generating tailored statistics according to each site and company.Information available to IoT Lifting users includes mapping of sites and remote viewing of screens – namely AMCS’s supervisor monitoring (SUP 61) and in-cab anti-collision (DCS 61-S) screens. Information from the DCS 61-S anti-collision system, such as wind speed or slewing angle, are also available in IoT Lifting.The system can also be used to neutralise the crane’s anti-collision and prohibited zone functions within a limited radius, once the permission of the operator has been obtained.All information can be downloaded, analysed and shared. The system, says AMCS Technologies, is more than just a tool for monitoring job site productivity and crane activity; instead, it can provide a deeper insight into a job site’s productivity.#*#*Show Fullscreen*#*#last_img read more