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Ocean City Police Activity Report for Sept. 6 to 12

first_imgSeptember 12, 2015: Saturday Calls for service: 64Motor Vehicle Stops: 11Motor Vehicle Accidents: 3Property Checks: 12Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 8 fire and 8 EMS callsFraud, 1300 block West Ave., at 9:17amFraud, Bay Rd., at 10:52amMotor vehicle accident, 800 block Ocean Ave., at 12:07pmMotor vehicle accident, 5th St. & Atlantic Ave., at 2:24pmMotor vehicle accident, 3600 block Wesley Ave., at 4:56pm September 6 – 12, 2015Calls for Service: 702Daily Average: 100 OCEAN CITY POLICE SUMMARIZED WEEK’S ACTIVITIES September 9, 2015: WednesdayCalls for service: 67Motor Vehicle Stops: 16Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 24Alarms: 2The Police Department assisted with 6 fire and 4 EMS callsTrespassing, 300 block Waverly Blvd., three in custody, at 1:12amWarrant, 300 block Waverly Blvd., one in custody, at 2:00amBurglary, 500 block Bay Ave., at 7:14pm September 6, 2015: SundayCalls for service: 206Motor Vehicle Stops: 43Motor Vehicle Accidents: 4Property Checks: 35Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 12 Fire and 15 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, 500 block Boardwalk, at 4:20amTheft, 400 block 6th St., at 9:29amMotor vehicle accident, 34th St., at 2:18pmTheft, 900 block Central Ave., at 2:32pmMotor vehicle accident, 500 block Wesley Ave., at 3:05pmMotor vehicle accident, 800 block 7th St., at 4:01pmFight, 11th St., at 10:39pm September 8, 2015: TuesdayCalls for service: 74Motor Vehicle Stops: 13Motor Vehicle Accidents: 3Property Checks: 18Alarms: 5The Police Department assisted with 11 fire and 8 EMS callsTheft, 700 block Moorlyn Terr., at 5:21amTheft, 400 block 14th St., at 6:13amMotor vehicle accident, 1200 block West Ave., at 1:01pmFraud, 100 block Ocean rd., at 1:42pmMotor vehicle accident, 18th St. & West Ave., at 1:54pmMotor vehicle accident, 9th St. & Asbury Ave., at 2:02pmTheft, 800 block Atlantic Ave., at 3:49pmcenter_img September 10, 2015: ThursdayCalls for service: 83Motor Vehicle Stops: 18Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1Property Checks: 27Alarms: 4The Police Department assisted with 6 fire and 5 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, 1200 block West Ave., at 8:36amDomestic violence, 9th St., at 9:33amWarrant, 800 block Bay Ave., one in custody, at 11:32amWarrant, 34th St., one in custody, at 2:28pmWarrant, Route 52, one in custody, at 10:20pm September 11, 2015: FridayCalls for service: 73Motor Vehicle Stops: 27Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1Property Checks: 15Alarms: 3The Police Department assisted with 5 fire and 8 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, 1200 block West Ave., at 9:37am September 7, 2015: Monday Calls for service: 135Motor Vehicle Stops: 28Motor Vehicle Accidents: 4Property Checks: 21Alarms: 3The Police Department assisted with 10 Fire and 9 EMS callsTheft, 3300 block Central Ave., at 8:32amMotor vehicle accident, 600 block West Ave., at 1:43pmMotor vehicle accident, 43rd St. & West Ave., at 3:22pmMotor vehicle accident, 1400 block Ocean Ave., at 5:39pmTheft, 700 block Boardwalk, at 6:06pmMotor vehicle accident, 1200 block Boardwalk, at 7:05pmFight, 1300 block Wesley Ave., at 7:40pm PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:Just a reminder that it is a violation of a City Ordinance to have dogs on the boardwalk anytime during the year.City Ordinance 87-17sec.4-32 prohibits any Boat/Trailer over 22 feet in overall length from being parked on a city street. Any boat/trailer less than 22 feet in overall length can only remain on a city street for three consecutive days. Officers will be issuing summons and towing boats/trailers for any observed violations. Ocean City Police Departmentlast_img read more

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Vans owner VF Corp to buy streetwear brand Supreme for $2.1 billion

first_img– Advertisement – – Advertisement – A travel bag entitled “Keepall”, a Skateboard box and a mail trunk by Louis Vuitton x Supreme are displayed during the exhibition “The Rise of Supreme / 30 years of American urban culture” at Artcurial auction house on May 14 2018 in Paris, France.Chesnot | Getty Images The deal, which is expected to be completed late in calendar year 2020, is anticipated to contribute at least $500 million of revenue and adjusted earnings per share of 20 cents in fiscal 2022. VF Corp said on Monday it would pay $2.1 billion to buy popular streetwear apparel company Supreme, adding another popular brand to the Vans shoe maker’s roster.VF Corp, which also houses brands such as The North Face and Timberland, said it would make an additional payment of up to $300 million subject to satisfaction of certain post-closing milestones.It added that Carlyle Group and Goode Partners are selling their stakes in privately owned Supreme, which was founded by American-British businessman James Jebbia in 1994.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Reader disagrees with column on Jason Whitlock statements

first_imgDear Mr. Bruce,Today I came across your most recent column that comments on Jason Whitlock and the statements he made in reference to Tony Dungy, Michael Sam, and Michael Vick(http://newpittsburghcourieronline.com/2014/07/30/inside-conditions-mummers-dance-dungy-sam-and-jason-whitlock/).Admittedly, I am a new reader of yours (this is the first of your columns that I have read), so I am not familiar with your writing style or tone. Hence, I apologize if I am misinterpreting your intent. However, I respectfully disagree with your assertions about Mr. Whitlock and his comments.I have been following Jason Whitlock as a sports journalist for a while now. In the past he has made what I believe to be outlandish and/or contrarian statements for the sake of entertainment, shock value, and stirring the pot of public discussion on sports-related topics. But I think it is a gross mis-characterization to call Mr. Whitlock a “sell-out”, “…the Clarence Thomas of Black sports journalism”, or an “…unofficial representative of the ‘Tea Party’”.Instead, I would argue that Mr. Whitlock is a Black man, in a profession that is currently and historically dominated by White males, who expresses his opinions in an unfiltered way.  I don’t think it’s fair for a Black man who is critical of the statements and/or behaviors of  Black athletes and coaches to be labeled a sell-out.In my opinion, such labels only serve to squash the diversity of opinion within the Black community.We, as Black people have fought for diversity in the sports arena, the workplace, and in the larger society. The willingness to take up this fight was not only based on the personal vested interests Black people have in their own freedom and equality, but also in an inherent understanding that a body constructed of diverse components, makes the unit stronger.A diverse workforce that includes Black workers, managers, and executives makes for a better, stronger workforce.  Clearly the diversity in sports, with the inclusion of Black athletes and coaches, makes for better sporting events.Even, at a basic biological level, it has been scientifically proven that genetic diversity makes a given population and/or a given species stronger. Yet, I regularly witness efforts to squash, condemn, and discourage the diversity of thought and opinion within our own community. Your commentary comes across as one of these efforts.Furthermore, if you look at other statements Mr. Whitlock has made about Black athletes who have transgressed, by word or deed, I think you will find many examples of Mr. Whitlock expressing thoughtful and nuanced opinions.For example, he writes a thoughtful, well-articulated piece critical of Kobe Bryant’s comments on the Trayvon Martin case (http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/10704715/jason-whitlock-kobe-bryant-trayvon-martin).In addition, on Friday’s PTI (http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=11293068), he condemned Ray Rice’s actions in Rice’s domestic violence case, while also stating that he appreciated the level contrition and the introspective tone of Rice’s recent press conference, calling for the public to be supportive of Rice’s effort to rehabilitate his life.In neither of these cases does Mr. Whitlock sound like someone who is anti-Black or carrying water for Fox News.Admittedly, your commentary hit close to home because, although I don’t agree with Mr. Whitlock on everything he says, many of the sentiments he expresses ring true for me or at least cause me to reconsider my position.Let’s take his stance on Tony Dungy, for example. I have the utmost respect for Tony Dungy. His conduct on the field as a player, as a coach, and as a member of the community all exemplify so many characteristics that make him an admirable human being.  On top of that, Pittsburgh is my hometown and Mr. Dungy’s connection the Steelers only adds to my admiration.However, I think the opinions he expressed about how he would handle a situation like the one involving Michael Sam were wrong — or, at the very least, misguided.  To be fair, I think the opinions of some sports writers and commentators were egregiously off base when they made both implied and direct comparisons between the sentiment of Mr. Dungy’s statements to the attitudes of Jim Crow proponents.Nevertheless, I disagree with the underlying message of Mr. Dungy’s remarks.  That doesn’t take away or diminish the respect I have for him as a man.  I simply think he is wrongheaded on this particular issue.  Does that make me a sell-out?Does expressing such an opinion in public make me Clarence Thomas? I would argue that it just makes me a man with a critical opinion. Nothing more. Nothing less. That is how I view Jason Whitlock and his opinions — even when I disagree with him. Please consider extending him, and those of us who may be like him, the same courtesy.Please note that the criticism in this letter is not intended as an attack on you. I appreciate you, as a Black man voicing his opinion and adding to the public discourse on sports-related social topics.However, I ask that you reconsider the language you use when referring to others in the community who express opinions that differ from yours. I believe that encouraging diverse thought and demonstrating mutual respect will provide our community with the strength it needs to address the many challenges we face in and out of the sports arena.Respectfully,Jason Glennlast_img read more

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Aussie captain Tim Paine’s car broken into; wallet and credit card stolen!

first_imgImage Courtesy: Sky Sports/ShutterstockAdvertisement 6zNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs966Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ema( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) ja5Would you ever consider trying this?😱wrCan your students do this? 🌚8ykhnRoller skating! Powered by Firework The novel Coronavirus pandemic has not only caused the cancellations and suspension of many sporting events across the world, many countries are not experiencing lock downs as to curb the further spread of the virus. With no activity to partake outside their homes, many people are trying to turn their homes into sports of several activities to keep themselves engaged in isolation, and such was the case of Australian Test cricket team captain Tim Paine’s. The veteran batsman was turning his garage into a temporary gym, which resulted in his credit card and wallet getting stolen from his car!Advertisement Image Courtesy: Sky Sports/ShutterstockAs all public gyms are now closed in the nationwide lock down in Australia, Tim Paine planned to set up a gym in his own garage. His car had to be moved outside to make space for the equipment, and the situation turned out very unlucky for the Aussie’s red ball format skipper.Speaking in the SEN Breakfast podcast, Paine narrated how his credit card and wallet were stolen as he moved his car outside, which contained the valuables.Advertisement “I’ve actually just turned the garage into a bit of a home gym and I want to hang the (stocking) off the bit where the garage door opens,” the wicket keeper batsman said.Soon after moving his car outside, he noticed that his vehicle was broken into, and his wallet containing his credit card was missing: “I went outside and the car door was open and the wallet’s gone.”Advertisement What added salt to the wound was when his card was used for a transaction, which Paine found out after receiving an alert from the his bank.“I figured if I can, I can work on my cover drive while I’m at it, but I’ve actually hit a bit of a snag today because I moved the car out onto the street only to wake up this morning to a text from NAB (National Australia Bank) saying my credit card has been used.” he added.However, Paine didn’t mention if the thief has been identified yet or not.Australia has seen over 4000 positive case till date, along with 19 deaths.Also read-David Warner shaves his head to support frontline staff battling Coronavirus – and challenges this Indian batsman to follow suit!Read which Indian cricketer just pledged Rs 80 lakhs to help fight COVID-19! Advertisementlast_img read more

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