An authoritative officer has got fired Sydney
A Sydney police officer Andrew Murphy with a nickname Raptor 13 got fired after he had been discovered being involved in serious impropriety connected with a traffic stop. He created a 'clan' consisting of fans and critics for his inflexible way of policing communicating with members of bikie squads and drug traders.
But earlier this year the officer with his companion chased a car with an Afghan woman as a driver. Her friend didn't have a seat belt. Murphy felt permissiveness and offended her with very rude words, threatened and recorded it on camera.
Even a meeting with the aim to fire him had been prepared, but was cancelled, as the officer didn't work anymore. The Police Commissioner said, this occasion has destroyed Murphy's reputation and authority. He will take decision about the punishment.
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Sayer Alenezi accused in rape after supposedly assaulting a woman in Sydney gateway nearly a week ago has been given bail. The 38-year-old man don't speak English and tries to receive visa. The court has granted him bail, because, according to their words, a refugee cannot defend himself, without knowing English.
At Sunday night Alenezi attacked an alone 22-year-old woman outside one of the city bars, her friends were inside. She said, he had offended, assaulted and raped her. The woman told her friend about the circumstances on the way to hospital after the accident. Alenezi had already been arrested for sexual assaults and hurting other women. Then he was refused bail.
At Halloween night people at some party in Sydney went mad and brought violence out of their house. Police had to calm down about 200 people and to stop the altercation during the night in the middle of Granville.
The spree expanded at nearly 9 PM. The gang poured out on the streets. Witnesses claim, those people swept down everything immediately. They behaved violently, trying to crush and throw all the things around them. Police says, the expected some kind of mess, but this case is unacceptable for the public. At the end only two were arrested, and then released without accusation.
A construction worker from Sydney Scott James Harrison has been charged for night attacking the hotel attendance while being drunk on Wednesday. Three guards tried to cool down the drunk guest in Bali hotel but he hit them. One says, Harrison even wanted to choke him, they have facial injures now. A 40-year-old man had been arrested at once at the place. Harrison was on holidays with his family, and got angry, when the staff refused to give him more drinks, after a long spree.
Luckily, the victims foriven Harrison, because he agreed to pay for their medical treatment. Today three guards came to the police and said they pulled back their complaints.
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Loads of bush fires were noticed around Sydney today, half of them are still burning. The environment department in New South Wales estimate air condition in Sydney as poor on Saturday because of smoke and ozone. Department informs, it will be harmful for people with lungs problems and advise to stay at home.
Ambulance in Sydney says, several calls, connected with asthma, happen every hour now. Meteorologists say the smog probably will continue as north winds and still bumpthe mist south. Some areas across NSW is still have high risk of ignitability. But some places in NSW are forecast to get up to 50 millimetres of rain at the weekend.
Next week the smallest in the history Woolworths shop will be opened in Sydney. It will be a cashless, 50 metre square shop, which is advantagous for the city workers, according to the creator's words. More than 20,000 items are going to be introduced there. In general these both convenience food and healthy vegetables, fruit, eggs, milk and so on. As it's been mentioned, the store accepts only either credit cards or EFTPOS and no cash. The Skip up app will help everyone to pre-order any item. It is expected, a customer won't stay in the shop longer than 3 mins. So, big supermarkets cut back, when hypermarkets are assembling to enter Australia is a way for the workers to base a point of variety.
According to a witness, a B-double swerved before it caused a significant domino effect crash, which resulted in a fire at a roadworks zone on the Central Coast. The driver of the truck decided to eject just before the truck caught fire after an explosion, which was caused by him crashing in three other trucks. The traffic north of Halloran, near Wyong, was seen as long as nine kilometers.
According to the police, it will take some time to clear the traffic altogether. The truck smashed in a stationary truck, which was displaying a sign to merge over to the other lane. Chief Inspector Colin Lott said in his statement that the driver couldn’t stop after the first crash and caused a domino of accidents one after the other. According to the police, five people and the driver have been taken to the hospital for treatment.
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The conflict about a noisy cockatoo has recently taken place in Adelaide. A woman complained about screeching in her neighborhood and put the law on her neighbors. Not only the bird annoyed her, but a constantly barking dog, shouting kids and whistling parents. The District Court denied the action and informed the complaints are not enough for charging. In return, an accused family told about a steadily complaining lady, she has called police numerous times because of miserable motives.
At first the court sentenced her to pay $11,000 fine because of harassment, but later they denied this decision. Her lawyer confirmed that even her steady harassment wasn't enough for that punishment.
At the beginning of September a 23-year-old man disappeared. Some days ago the body of Dylan Bartlett has been found in Adelaide's south. Police arranges a report to the court, but the circumstances of the death are still unknown, so it makes the case confusing.
Bartlett's mate Lochlan Mortimer-Shearer also died earlier, but because of the car accident during a police pursuance in 2016 and was found near the river. Mr Bartlett appreciated, admired his friend and grieved.
Bartlett's friends and family said, they had lost a person with a good heart. On Monday his body was discovered by officers inside a vent at Noarlunga Center.
For the first time Black Friday, the day of crazy sales at the end of November, is about to come to Adelaide. On November 29 all the shops in the city will be able to be open till the late night. Some stores, as Westfield Shopping Centre will work constantly till morning. All over the world this day starts shopping for Christmas.
Treasurer Rob Lucas allowed drawn-out selling hours for the day of Black Friday. He gave a privilege for shoppers to shop 'til they drop and get. Most of city residents supported the idea, which is world-widespread. By the way, it would give some opportunities for those, who wants to work, and would positively affect South Australian economics.
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2 ноября приблизительно в 11:50 на перекрестке дороги «Еттитом-Карши» 4Р-87 и Кольцевой автодороги Карши в Чиракчинском регионе Кашкадарьинской области случился конфликт легковой автомашины Lacetti и микроавтобуса «Газ-322132».
Как заявил Следственный департамент при МВД Узбекистана, в итоге Аварий телесные повреждения различной степени тяжести возымели шофер микроавтобуса С. Х. и 9 пассажиров, а еще шофер Lacetti М. Р. и 2 пассажира, они были доставлены в больницу в клиническую клинику. Шофер «ГАЗели», не обращая внимания на старания медицинских работников, умер, состояния 6 пассажиров микроавтобуса нелегкое, они присутствуют в реанимации.
Следственный отдел при УКД ОВД Чиракчинского региона возбудил уголовное дело по части 2 заметки 266 Уголовного кодекса (нарушение правил защищенности перемещения или же эксплуатации транспортного способы лицом, управляющим транспортным средством, повлекшее людскую смерть). Ведется подготовительное расследование.
Метеорологическое предупреждение будет действовать в Кишиневе до нуля часов. Предупреждают о том, что порывы ветра усилятся.
В воскресенье, третьего ноября в Молдове объявлен код метеорологической опасности в связи с усилением порывов ветра - «желтый». Предупреждение об опасности будет действовать до полуночи, с возможным продолжением.
Госгидрометеослужба уведомляет, что порывы южного ветра в этот период времени на большинстве территорий будут достигать пятнадцати - двадцати метров в секунду.
Ветер поднялся над Молдовой еще вчера, в субботу, но специалисты метеорологи дали предупреждение об опасности только сегодня.
На данный момент погодные условия могут быть очень опасны, так де могут повлечь за собой серьезные последствия. Именно это под собой «желтый код».
Некоторые неожиданные погодные явления могут оказать очень сильное влияние на отдельные виды социально-экономического родя деятельности.
В период, который был обозначен, власти и синоптики просят сохранять спокойствие. Возможен снос крыши некоторых построек, сбои в подаче электроэнергии, так же проблемы в телекоммуникационных работах. Не исключается падение деревьев и сухих веток.
Raid on a Dance bar in Malaad...
The Mumbai Police and Anti Narcotics Cell have raided a dance bar running in Malad. The police has rescued ten bar dancers, and arrested 22 people.
The Mumbai Police has raided a bar in Malad. With this, the police team has rescued the dancers 10 times. Police has also seized Rs 93 thousand 930 cash from the bar. During this operation, Anti Narcotics Cell has also arrested 22 people including customers and employees of the bar.
A case has been registered against those arrested under the relevant sections. Taking action, the Anti-Narcotics Cell raided the Kaka Bar & Restaurant located at Laxmi Narayan Shopping Center on Poddar Road in Malad East. It is being told that when the team raided the premises, the girls working in the bar were dancing on the dance floor.
The Anti-Narcotics Cell has arrested 22 persons, including 14 customers, 5 waiters, supervisors, bar managers and cashiers. After the raid, a case has been registered in Dindoshi police station under sections 294, 114, 34 of IPC. Explain that this action has been taken under the ban on obscenity in hotels, restaurants and bars and under the Protection of Woman's Dignity Act 2016.