Yalimo deputy regent allegedly kills policewoman in suspected DUI

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first_imgErdi Dabi, the deputy regent of Yalimo, Papua, is suspected of killing policewoman Chief. Brig. Christin Meisye Batfeny in a car crash. The accident occurred Wednesday in the South Jayapura district of Jayapura, Papua, at around 7:30 a.m.Police suspected that the deputy mayor was driving under the influence of alcohol, adding that the suspect was not carrying his driver’s license or vehicle registration at the time. “Our provisional conclusion is that the […] driver was not careful and was driving under the influence of alcohol,” Jayapura Police chief Adj. Sr. Comr. Gustav Urbinas told kompas.com on Wednesday.Read also: Two soldiers killed, 13 severely injured in road accident in PapuaAccording to reports, Erdi, along with one passenger, was driving at high speed toward the Entrop area of South Jayapura when he lost control of his car and swerved to the right lane. He then crashed into Christin, who was riding a motorcycle from the opposite direction. Gustav said the incident was recorded by a CCTV camera. “Due to the car crash, Christin suffered serious impact to the back of her neck, which resulted in her death and her right knee was torn and fractured,” Gustav said.He added that Erdi and the passenger in his car were undergoing a medical check-up at Jayapura Regional General Hospital to determine their blood alcohol level. Erdi was elected in 2017 as the deputy to Regent Lakius Peyon, with both expected to serve until 2020. Erdi, however, was set to run for the regency’s top office in December’s simultaneous regional elections.National Police chief Gen. Idham Azis signed a telegram in August to suspend all criminal investigations in cases implicating potential or registered candidates for regional elections. (mfp)Topics :last_img read more


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first_img Sharing is caring! Share Share Share Tweetcenter_img 29 Views   no discussions LocalNews Farmers in Dominica urges to diversify into pineapple production by: – June 24, 2011 Dr. Vivian Moise, Vice President of NIPPAThe Nature Island Pineapple Producers Ltd (NIPPA), in collaboration with the Division of Agriculture hosted a training exercise on Wednesday in sustainable pineapple production for domestic and export markets.Dr. Vivian Moise is the Vice President of NIPPA. He explained that the workshop was specifically organised for new pineapple growers in Dominica.“This programme is funded by the FAO and we have been working with them over the past two (2) years to develop the pineapple value chain in Dominica. One of the critical elements of the value chain was to expand the production base of pineapples. The people you are seeing with us today are people who have voiced on interest in becoming pineapple farmers and they are undergoing the necessary training.”Dr. Moise wants to see more farmers get involved in pineapple production.“It is a profitable business to be involved: the commercial production of pineapples. It is probably one of the easier crops to grow. It has proved to be a worthwhile venture for those people who are involved in it. There is scope for many more farmers to be involved and those people who are hearing from me by this medium, I would encourage them to come and speak to us and we will give them the necessary information. We are looking for more people to grow pineapples in Dominica.”Acting Director of Agriculture, Ricky BrumantActing Director of Agriculture, Ricky Brumant has called on farmers to work collectively rather than as individuals.“We believe that farmers have to start seeing not individual actions; yes, individual decision making on the farm but collective energy and collective actions is important, not only important for the value chain concept but important for efficient use of resources. If we were to work with farm organisations all the time, we would not have to sometimes run flat and thin. It means that we can use what we have and at one point use it for the benefit of many. We are sending that message out there that farmers in the country have to start looking at the idea of working together.”By Emmanuel JosephGIS Newslast_img read more


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first_imgGREENSBURG, Ind. — A Greensburg woman has been arrested on multiple drug related charges.Megan Friend, 26, was arrested after a traffic stop in Greensburg.According to police, officers saw movement in the car during the stop that made them believe the occupants of the car were trying to hide something.According to police, there was also a three-year-old boy in the back seat of the vehicle.Police say Friend gave consent for officers to search the vehicle.During the search, officers found a plastic baggie in a cigarette pack that contained a white crystal like substance and a glass pipe with burnt residue.The white substance tested positive for Methamphetamine.Friend was arrested on charges of Possession of Methamphetamine, Maintaining a Common Nuisance, and Possession of Paraphernalia.last_img read more