PCN duo delivers to Malaysia

first_imgThe consignment included six 40′ (12.12 m) long cargoes items. TEL, with the assistance of Kagayaku, was responsible for packaging the cargoes; pick-up in Shanghai and trucking to Shanghai port; sea freight to Port Klang; and oncarriage to the final jobsite in Selangor.www.projectcargonetwork.comwww.tel-group.comwww.kagayakulogistics.comlast_img

Trinidad baby horror

first_img Share DEAD CHILD: A police officer holds up the body of one-year-old Jacob Monroe, who was found dead in an outhouse in Maracas Valley yesterday.A ONE-year-old boy was found dead in the latrine of a Maracas Valley, St Joseph, home yesterday hours after a close male relative of the boy telephoned the police and claimed the child had been abducted by three men.The horror story began around 1 a.m., when the boy’s relative telephoned Maracas Valley police, stating he (the boy) had been kidnapped.The 26-year-old man told officers that around 12.30 a.m. he was at his Santa Rita Trace home, located at the end of the Maracas Royal Road, with the child, Jacob Monroe.He claimed three gunmen broke through his front door and demanded he hand over a gun they said he had. The man told officers he did not know what gun they were talking about. The man said the gunmen then made him slit both his wrists and swallow a cup of pitch oil.The man said the gunmen then grabbed little Jacob and fled the scene.Maracas Valley police took the man to the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt Hope, where was immediately treated for the slits to his wrists as well as the ingestion of the pitch oil. Police said he lost a lot of blood.Later yesterday morning, a team of offi­cers from the Maracas Valley Police Station and the St Joseph Police Station went back to the house to seek more evidence.The Express was on the scene yesterday and witnessed one of the detectives telling his colleagues he found the man’s story “funny” and, fearing the worst, the first thing he opted to do was check the outhouse.There, at the bottom of the pit wrapped in a burgundy-coloured piece of cloth, was the child’s tiny body.Around 2.30 p.m., Monroe’s mother, Sherice Monroe, who lives in a village near Tyrico Bay off the North Coast Road, Maracas, arrived on the scene accompanied by her mother.She was not allowed to speak to reporters and was kept in a police vehicle as detectives scoured the area.Police said when they realised they were dealing with a possible murder and not a kidnapping, two officers were immediately sent to guard the boy’s male relative, who is now the prime suspect.Neighbours told the Express the man lived in the area almost all his life, but they began seeing Sherice Monroe in the area “a couple of months ago”.Most of the neighbours knew her face, but not her name.As the news quickly made its way through the tight-knit community, several residents gathered near the scene.They lamented incidents like this did not occur in their community, while several commented that whoever killed the baby may have been possessed.“That’s real devil ting,” they were heard telling each other.Homicide Bureau detectives are continuing investigations.Trinidad Express Sharing is caring! NewsRegional Trinidad baby horror by: – November 21, 2013 Tweetcenter_img Share Share 73 Views   no discussionslast_img read more

Shop with a Cop brings Christmas to town

first_imgIn an event that lasted two evenings, Christmas cheer was spread to nearly 400 Campbell County children thanks to Shop with a Cop.The annual shopping extravaganza celebrated its 21st year this month. Shop with a Cop provides Christmas presents to elementary school children. Along with shopping, the children are treated to dinner, a visit with Santa Claus and their own area hero to help them shop.“It’s a humbling experience,” said Jacksboro Police Chief Danny Chapman.CCSD Sheriff Robbie Goins (L) and JPD Chief Danny Chapman are joined by a special Shop with a Cop agentChapman along his best friend and former co-worker, Mike Starrett, were the leaders of the program until Starrett’s death. In his absence, Pam Wright stepped up to help Chapman continue the cause.“It takes an army to do this every year,” Chapman said. On Friday night, that army consisted of officers from every department in the county, the Tennessee Highway Patrol, first responders and other volunteers.“The whole community, the whole county makes this possible,” Chapman said. In all over 100 sponsors pitched in to provide Christmas for area children this year. (WLAF  NEWS PUBLISHED – 12/24/2018-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more