Suspect throws rock through window for unknown reasons

first_imgHomeNewsCrimeSuspect throws rock through window for unknown reasons May. 09, 2016 at 6:05 amCrimeSuspect throws rock through window for unknown reasonseditor5 years agocaliforniacity of santa monicacrimecrime in santa monicaCrime WatchhomelessLos AngelesNewsSanta Monicasanta monica californiaSanta Monica Crimesanta monica criminalssanta monica newssanta monica policevandalism ON APRIL 26 AT APPROXIMATELY 10:21 P.M.Officers responded to a radio call for service in the 1000 block of Palisades Beach Road for a vandalism. The suspect, Argelio Reyes, homeless, for unknown reasons threw a rock through the window of a residence. Reyes remained in the area and was contacted by officers. The estimated damage was approximately $1,500. The resident/victim was desirous of prosecution. The suspect was taken into custody and bail was set at $20,000.Note: Crime Watch is culled from reports provided by the Santa Monica Police Department. These are arrests only. All parties are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.Tags :californiacity of santa monicacrimecrime in santa monicaCrime WatchhomelessLos AngelesNewsSanta Monicasanta monica californiaSanta Monica Crimesanta monica criminalssanta monica newssanta monica policevandalismshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentLetter: Partisan pandering, borkingLincoln teacher retiring after 23 yearsYou Might Also LikeBriefsLos Angeles Sheriff’s deputy accused of destroying evidence of 2019 assaultAssociated Press16 hours agoBriefsNewsBeach House Begins Community Re-Opening June 15Guest Author2 days agoBriefsNewsInput Invited for Marine Park Improvement ProjectsGuest Author2 days agoBriefsNewsPublic Health Emphasizes the Importance of Vaccinations as Distancing and Masking Guidelines Relax Next WeekGuest Author2 days agoBriefsNews“Righting Our Wrongs” performance on June 11Guest Author2 days agoBriefsNewsSEATTLE Feds plan to curtail West Coast salmon fishing to help orcasGuest Author2 days agolast_img read more

JLL closes $9M industrial sale for Clarion

first_imgThe Phoenix office of JLL has completed the $9 million sale of 5th Street Industrial, a 110,000-square-foot industrial building at 3405-3445 S. 5th Street in Phoenix. The deal bolsters the rapid recovery of Phoenix industrial space in the 50,000 – 150,000-square-foot range, as highlighted in the first quarter Phoenix Industrial Report released last week by JLL’s local research team.JLL Managing Directors Mark Detmer and Bo Mills were the industrial capital markets brokers involved with the sale between the property seller, Clarion Partners, and the property buyer, DCT Industrial Trust. JLL Executive Vice Presidents Pat Harlan and Steve Sayre, and Associate Kyle Westfall, are the project’s local market leasing brokers.“This size and type of Phoenix industrial space is definitely outperforming the larger blocks of space in the local industrial sector,” said Detmer. “That is not to say that other blocks of space haven’t entered the recovery cycle. They just haven’t done so at this same rapid clip.”“The 5th Street Industrial asset is irreplaceable for a number of reasons,” said Sayre. “It has an excellent location west of the I-10 in the heart of the Airport submarket. It is fully leased to a long-term credit tenant, and it was priced at a point that allows the new owner, DCT Industrial Trust, to take advantage of some strong investment upside potential. This is a compelling combination.”According to JLL’s most recent research report, Phoenix’s Q1 industrial absorption—totaling 829,777 square feet—was driven primarily by users in the 50,000 – 150,000-square-foot range. Leasing activity among this user type has increased in lockstep with the recovering economy. Built in 1986, 5th Street Industrial includes 26-foot clear height, grade- and dock-level loading, and A-2 zoning on 6.55 acres.“DCT is pleased to add 5th Street to our Phoenix portfolio, a 100 percent occupied building with a credit tenant,” said Mark Bowen, Regional Vice President at DCT Industrial.  “This acquisition demonstrates DCT’s focus on continually upgrading our portfolio in our focus markets, with the acquisition of Class-A buildings in highly desirable submarkets.”For more news, videos and research resources on JLL, please visit the firm’s U.S. media center Web page: read more

Orfevre, Buena Vista set for big showdown

first_img GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 The Arima Kinen, which draws the curtain on the racing season, rivals only Britain’s Grand National as the race with the highest turnover in the world. Last season, the 2,500-meter contest at Nakayama Racecourse raked in ¥38.8 billion.The first 10 horses of the field are chosen by fans.Buena Vista, the top vote-getter who will retire after Sunday’s race, is coming off victory in the Japan Cup on Nov. 27, the 5-year-old mare’s sixth Grade 1 title.She also has career earnings of close to ¥1.4 billion, the most ever by a female horse in Japan.A win in the Arima Kinen will give her No. 7, which would match the all-time high jointly held by Deep Impact, T M Opera O, Symboli Rudolf and Vodka — all Hall of Fame thoroughbreds.Buena Vista has finished second in the Arima Kinen the last two years.“She’s got her confidence back after winning the Japan Cup,” Buena Vista’s jockey Yasunari Iwata said. “All I need to do is ride with belief in myself.”Orfevre has rattled off five straight graded wins and according to both trainer Yasutoshi Ikee and jockey Kenichi Ikezoe, is in even better form than he was when the colt crushed the competition in the 3,000-meter Kikka-sho.The Arima Kinen will be Orfevre’s first test against the older horses. In the 2005 race when Deep Impact ran as the unbeaten Triple Crown champion, he came up short, finishing runnerup to Heart’s Cry.“His time in the workout was fast, and he had good movement,” Ikee said. “I’m more than satisfied with what I’ve seen.”The stellar field of 13 — after 3-year-old Pelusa was scratched early Saturday — also features the race’s defending champion and Dubai World Cup holder Victoire Pisa, this year’s two Tenno-sho winners Hiruno d’Amour (spring) and Tosen Jordan (autumn) as well as Takarazuka Kinen champion Earnestly.Victoire Pisa fizzled to 13th in the Japan Cup — his first start since winning the Dubai World Cup back in March — but should vastly improve in performance and result this time.“He’s in much better shape without question,” trainer Katsuhiko Summi said. “He’s sharper and he’s starting to show the competitive fire.” center_img Triple Crown champion Orfevre looks set to be the morning line favorite ahead of retiring superhorse Buena Vista for the 56th Arima Kinen on Sunday in what is shaping up to be a historic clash of the titans.The 3-year-old Orfevre, who became just the seventh Triple Crown winner in Japanese racing history with victory in the Kikka-sho in October, was the early pick of the punters through Saturday’s betting for the ¥416 million Arima Kinen.last_img read more

Unhappy Cadiz fans share their thoughts about new signing Dani Guiza

first_imgDani Guiza, who has been presented as Cadiz’s newest signing in the Segunda B, has assured that he is not going “to let down” those who have faith in his transfer and that he will give “everything” for the shirt. 01/08/2015 Throughout his long history, Guiza has played for Xerez, Dos Hermanas, Real Mallorca, Recreativo Huelva, Barcelona B, Murcia, Getafe, Fenerbahce, Darul Takzin and Cerro Porteno. He has won both the Turkish league and Supercup with Fenerbahce, as well as the Apertura and Clausara with Cerro Porteno. Due to this, the new Cadiz striker, who has signed a one-year-deal with the club, firstly “asked for forgiveness” and recounted that he had said some “silly things” in his life. The striker has a long career history, with the highlight being his inclusion in the Spain squad that won the 2008 European Championship in Austria and Switzerland. Guiza insists that he has “matured” a lot due to being a professional footballer and that he will “sweat for the shirt” and “contribute in order to achieve promotion” to the Liga Adelante. EFE Upd. on 22/11/2016 at 06:09 CET Also, Guiza was the highest goalscorer in the top flight in 2007/2008 while with Mallorca, managing to score 27 times. The former Xerez man has assured that he is physically fit and revealed that he had “rejected many offers from abroad” to be in Cadiz, as well as not thinking about what both Cadiz fans and people from his native town would think. Club president Manuel Vizcaino has said that he wants “the best version” of his new player, who must “show his quality for Cadiz in order to help reach targets,” asking the fans to “give him a chance.” The player turns 35 this August, having spent the last two seasons at Paraguayan side Cerro Porteno, and was presented at Ramon de Carranza stadium. He was subject to protests from some Cadiz fans, unhappy with the fact that Dani Guiza has always been in favour of Xerez CD, where he started his career. There is a provincial rivalry between the two.last_img read more

Big boost for Pakenham’s Big V hopes

first_imgBy Russell Bennett It can be a real balancing act to navigate the line between sustained success and the ability…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

It’s in the mail

first_imgA PETITION to bring a post box to the corner of Ahern and Irving Roads in Pakenham is set to…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

SaaS: SAP Targets on-Demand

first_imgSAP is planning an event in New York September 19th to announce code-named A1S, SAP’s answer to SaaS. A1S will allow SAP to begin to offer to middle-size companies business applications delivered on-Demand.SAP is spending $500 million around the preparation and launch of the A1S initiative. SAP will be competing directly with IBM,, Microsoft and Oracle. SAP hopes to be able to capture many thousands of customers in just a short period and that medium sized companies will agree that SaaS can be used to lighten their load of staying current with IT complexity and ever-changing trends.Ovum’s David Mitchell said “SaaS is becoming the strategy of choice for new market entrants”. SAP’s success in morphing into an SaaS participant is likely to be critical in determining the long-term success of the company. SAP has been a powerhouse in the ERP market, but SAP systems have become notorious in their high costs and long implementation cycles with many customers reluctant to keep their implementations current with SAP upgrades because of the high costs.The SaaS movement can trace its roots to on-Demand CRM applications, and in particular, to the success of with CRM. CRM continues to be a major force behind growth in SaaS. Gartner reports that the CRM market grew from $6.5 billion in 2006 to $7.4 billion in 2007, and much of that growth is coming on the SaaS side.last_img read more

Wray’s testimony could be preview for Mueller hearing

first_img(AP) – FBI Director Christopher Wray is set to appear before a Senate committee examining oversight of the bureau.Tuesday’s hearing could be something of a preview of the intense questioning special counsel Robert Mueller is likely to face when he appears before Congress the next day.Wray is testifying before the Judiciary Committee, which is chaired by one of President Donald Trump’s closest allies. Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, of South Carolina, has vowed to investigate the origins of the Russia probe.Republicans are likely to spend time questioning both Wray and Mueller about Peter Strzok. The former FBI agent helped lead the Trump investigation and exchanged anti-Trump text messages during the 2016 election with ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page.As FBI director, Wray has largely sought to avoid public spats with Trump.last_img read more

Lenovo launches Yoga Tablet 2

first_imgChinese computers manufacturer Lenovo has added another device to its Yoga range of tablets with the launch of the new Yoga Tablet 2. The latest piece of tech joins the ranks of Lenovo’s other recent launches: the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro, the Yoga Tablet 2 and the Yoga 3 Pro. The Yoga Tablet 2 running Windows 8.1 will be available starting November at a price tag of  $699 (roughly Rs 43,000).      On closer look, the new Yoga Tablet 2 resembles the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro with the biggest difference being the former is a Windows only variant while the latter is an Android variant. The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2  features a 13.3-inch QHD display with a 2560×1440 pixels resolution. It is powered by a 1.86GHz Intel Atom Z3745 processor.    The Yoga Tablet 2 comes with 4GB of RAM. It consists of 64GB of inbuilt storage expandable up to 64GB via microSD card. It sports a 1.6MP front-facing camera, however there is no rear camera onboard here.  It decks in a 12800mAh battery. Connectivity options include: Wi-Fi (a/b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.0, Micro-HDMI, and Micro-USB.The Yoga Tablet 2 will come bundled with a 180 degrees rotating kickstand and a keyboard cover. It will also come with a 1-month trial of Microsoft Office 365.last_img read more

Baptism by fire! Virat Kohli set for hell Down Under as Indian captain

first_imgVirat Kohli will lead Team India in the 1st Test against Australia following Dhoni’s thumb injuryIn what appears to be one of the biggest challenges in his career so far, batting sensation Virat Kohli will lead Team India against the ruthless Australian brigade in the first Test at the Gabba on December 4.MS Dhoni’s thumb injury has clearly led to a crucial opportunity for Team India’s poster boy, but even Kohli would be wary of the pressure in lieu to his new role. To add to the pressure, Kohli-led India will face Clarke’s men at a venue where they’ve never lost in the past 26 years.The last time Australia lost a Test match at the Gabba was way back in 1988 against Viv Richards’ in-form West Indies. Dhoni’s absence in the four-match series opener understandably points out India’s preparations for the coveted World Cup, but India would be cautious not to lose ground early on in the series.It was also Brisbane where England faced the wrath of Mitchell Johnson who ripped through the batting order of the visitors and played a crucial role for Australia to inflict a 381-run defeat on the sorry Alastair Cook side.To make matters worse, Team India’s away record especially in Australia’s fast and bouncy wickets has been shambolic with their 4-0 whitewash in 2012 still haunting the team. India’s most recent away loss came against England where Dhoni’s men stuttered to a 3-1 humiliation despite leading 1-0 in the five-match Test series.The only silver lining for Virat Kohli seems to be the recent losses Australia suffered at the hands of Pakistan in the two Tests they played in Abu Dhabi. But, that shouldn’t change the fact how ruthless Australians can be in their own backyard.advertisementVirat Kohli’s recently-found form will be another boost for the batsman and his team – who clinched the five-match ODI series 3-0 against Sri Lanka with two matches still to go. Despite veteran cricketers including Rahul Dravid backing the Delhi lad to do well as the new Indian skipper in Tests, Kohli would still relate his new responsibility to being baptized by fire.last_img read more