She said she left after midnight and wasn’t home when her husband and Smith were arrested.Around this time a different deputy was speaking with the uncle of Kendzierski about a separate matter and learned Kendzierski confessed to stealing the items with some friends and asked his uncle if he knew anybody who wanted to buy them.Kendzierski reportedly told his uncle he removed the GPS devices from the Polaris, as well as other details.The 2019 Polaris crew cab rangers are valued at $14,851 each and the Lincoln welders are valued at $11,323 each for a total of $52,348.Kendzierski was arrested on felony theft with $30,000 bond, burglary of a building with $20,000 bond and theft with $20,000 bond. He remains in the Jefferson County Correctional Facility.Smith was charged with two counts of felony theft with $5,000 bond on each and bonded out of jail on Aug. 29.Boone was charged with felony theft with a bond of $40,000 and bonded out on Sept. 16. A Jefferson County grand jury has handed down indictments for felony theft to two Nederland men and a Port Neches man.Sheriff’s deputies contend the men are responsible for stealing two Polaris crew cab Rangers and two Lincoln welding machines from a business and hiding them in a wooded area behind a mobile home park.Raymond Joseph Kendzierski, 33, of Nederland; Chad Norman Smith, 45, of Port Neches; and Jason Robert Boone, 36, of Nederland were each indicted for felony theft earlier this week for the April 8 crimes. One of the stolen UTVs (utility task vehicles) and the two welders were recovered in the woods behind the mobile home park a few weeks prior.Kendzierski told detectives he bought the Polaris for $500 from a man named Jose Sanchez and was trading it to a man named Caleb Crochet for a Chevrolet Suburban. Kendzierski was supposed to meet up with detectives and make a formal statement but did not show up.Police haven’t found Sanchez and Crochet and believe they may not exist.Fast forward to May and Boone’s wife makes a statement to law enforcement saying she saw Kendzierski painting the Polaris just 10 to 12 feet from her porch and was unaware it was stolen. Boone and Smith were there at the time. On April 20, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office deputies received a call of people loading things onto a trailer at Hooks RV Park, 3920 North Twin City Highway.According to court documents, Smith was standing on the side of a 2001 GMC Sierra truck and Boone was standing next to the trailer. According to deputies, the men said they were loading the Polaris — which had a fresh coat of black paint — to bring to a person in Nederland.The Polaris was confirmed stolen from Mustang Rental at 3200 North Twin City Highway in Nederland on April 8, along with another Polaris Ranger and the two Lincoln 300 welders.
Gophers open up Big Ten slate with sweepThe team improved to 27-4 this season with this weekend’s victories at Illinois. Matt GreensteinMarch 23, 2015Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintWith a sweep of Illinois over the weekend, Minnesota set a program record for most consecutive wins.Stretching back to the beginning of March, the Gophers have won their last 13 games.Much of their success has been due to the offensive outburst provided throughout the lineup. Two of the Gophers’ three victories against Illinois ended early due to Minnesota reaching the run rule.“You can’t count on scoring eight runs every game. We’re getting a lot of runs up and down the lineup right now,” head coach Jessica Allister said.Minnesota scored 28 total runs in the three-game series, including a 14-2 victory Friday.Senior Tyler Walker was one of a few hitters who led the offensive barrage.She ended the weekend 5-for-11 and helped give the Gophers pitchers added offensive support with six runs batted in.“We like to say we manufacture our runs. If somebody gets on with a walk or a hit, we want to be able to move them around and bring them in,” Walker said.Sophomore pitcher Sara Groenewegen started all three games, earning the victory in two.She also gave herself run support throughout the series, driving in six runs on five hits.Minnesota’s offense took pressure off its pitching. The Gophers pitchers gave up five runs during the weekend on just 13 hits.“[Run support] allows me to free things up. It’s always nice having that cushion. You’re able to throw the pitches you need to work on. It’s definitely a good thing,” Groenewegen said.Minnesota’s offensive dominance was present in its first two games, but it lacked the big bats in its third game.The Gophers ended with three hits in the 3-2 victory, and all of their runs came from the three errors Illinois committed.Minnesota has had troubles stranding runners this season.Despite prolific offense outburst, the Gophers left 18 runners on base throughout the weekend.“We did well with the long ball this week,” Walker said. “It’s honestly just hitting ground balls and being able to run and score from first.”During the winning streak, Minnesota’s offense has been rolling.In nine of their 13 victories during the span, the Gophers have tallied more than eight runs.“We talk about in games just slamming the door. By that, we mean as long as there’s an out left for the other team, that gives them hope to come back. We want to continue to slam the door on defense and keep putting runs up offensively,” Walker said.
Today’s proposal amends the manner in which DEA grants quotas to manufacturers for maintaining inventories. These proposed levels align with current manufacturing standards aimed at promoting quality and efficiency, while also ensuring that the country has sufficient quantities of Schedule II substances necessary for the medical, scientific, research and industrial needs of patients nationwide. This proposed regulation would further limit excess quantities of medications that might be vulnerable to diversion for illicit distribution and use. The proposal published today in the Federal Register incorporates important and necessary changes to DEA’s quota regulations resulting from comprehensive legislation passed by Congress last year to address the nation’s deadliest drug epidemic in history, the Substance Use-Disorder Prevention that Promotes Opioid Recovery Treatment for Patients and Communities Act, or SUPPORT Act. The SUPPORT Act requires that appropriate quota reductions be made after estimating potential for diversion. This estimate is based on rates of overdose deaths and abuse, the overall public health impact related to specific controlled substances and may include other factors as appropriate. The full text of the proposal may be found here. The public has 60 days to review and comment on this proposal, which DEA must then consider before drafting final regulations. DEA News: The proposal also introduces several new types of quotas that DEA would grant to certain DEA-registered manufacturers. These use-specific quotas include quantities of controlled substances for use in commercial sales, product development, packaging/repackaging and labeling/relabeling, or replacement for quantities destroyed. These use-specific quotas will greatly improve the timeliness of DEA’s responses to applications filed by manufacturers while simultaneously improving DEA’s ability to respond quickly to drug shortages. WASHINGTON, D.C. ― The Drug Enforcement Administration announced proposed regulations to improve DEA’s ability to oversee the production of dangerous drugs at the height of the national opioid crisis. This regulation builds on important regulatory changes finalized in 2018 which gave a role to state attorneys general and certain federal partners – including the Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services – in setting the aggregate production quotas for Schedule I and II controlled substances.
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Basketball officials throughout the province are at is again, joining forces to raise money and awareness to its Pink Whistle Campaign.The annual campaign, which runs during the month of February strives to raise funds for all cancers.”There’s a lot of us in our association that have been dealt the pain cancer can deliver,” Bruce Fuhr, West Kootenay Basketball Officials Association President said. WKBOA refs joined with BC Basketball Officials Association members from across the province in purchasing pink whistles for to be used in high school games in February.In 2017 the BCBOA raised more than $8200. The total donations since 2010 now has exceed $33,000.Anyone interested in receiving a pink whistle like the one officials are wearing, may do so by donating online with a minimum donation of $25 can do so at this link.”Each of us have been touched by family, friends and colleagues who have been affected by cancer,” the BCBOA said on its website.”Please consider joining us in our fight and our fundraising efforts towards raising awareness of cancer by donating.” The WKBOA charter stretches from Creston in the East Kootenay to Grand Forks in the Boundary region, including cities in Castlegar, Trail and Nelson.
Voted Boxing Club of the Year by the BC Amateur Boxing Association”We are very proud of these great athletes who compete in one of the most demanding sports on earth and are developing into great boxers and great people,” said a Nelson Boxing Club spokesperson.”The amateur team will be working hard over the summer on conditioning goals in order to exceed these accomplishments in 2020.”Nelson Boxing Club hosts Summer CampsThe Nelson Boxing Club is excited to present a mash-up of Parkour and Boxing in the form of Summer Camps for kids ages 7-11 this July and August in collaboration with the Nelson Boxing and Athletics Club.These camps will offer a unique experience for kids and a nice break for parents, combining fitness, fun and learning over five days — July 22nd to 26th, or August 19th to 23rd.Parkour and non-contact boxing instruction, exercises, games and more will all be included! Sessions will run from 9:00am to noon! If you’re interested in signing up, contact Mateus at [email protected] or (250) 265-1577.Online sign up will be available soon, along with a Facebook event and more details, so stay tuned. The Spokane card concludes a very successful season inside the ring for the Nelson Boxing Club.Some of the highlights include: 77 total bouts 4 Tacoma Golden Gloves Champions (Stryder Sutton, Riel Martinez, Leah Eberle, Makalu Babott) 3 Silver Medalists and 1 Bronze at the Canadian Championships in Langford, BC. (Elias Martinez, Leah Eberle, Makalu Babott, Brayden Hellekson) Jimmy Simms Award for Excellence (Samson Berkeley) Junior Boxer of the Year (Elias Martinez) Nelson Boxers won a trio of medals during a recent fight card in Spokane, Washington.Leah Eberle, Riel Martinez and Marino Raffo all won their respective bouts this past weekend in the Lilac City.Eberle, 16, won a very tough, fast paced decision against #6 (USA) ranked Rosalee Ruiz from Walla Walla, WA. Eberle was coming off a silver medal performance at the National Championships and really put all her skills and conditioning to the test against a very talented opponent.Martinez, 13, used his strength and aggressive boxing to earn a decision against Matthew Charlton from Portland, Or. Martinez dug deep to get the win against a very experienced and speedy opponent.Meanwhile, Raffo, 11, won a dominant decision against Alec Grant, Spokane, WA. Raffo’s superior boxing skills and southpaw angles were the difference against the very tough Grant. 1 Alberta Golden Gloves Champion (Brett Adams) 9 BC Provincial Champions (Ryan Lewis, Elias Martinez, Brayden Hellekson, Riel Martinez, Max Berkeley, Leah Eberle, Stryder Sutton, Makalu Babott, Brett Adams) 1 Bronze Medal, 2019 Canada Winter Games, Red Deer, Alberta (Brayden Hellekson)
FRISCO, Texas – Lamar senior wide receiver Mark Roberts was named the Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week, the league office announced Monday. Abilene Christian junior cornerback Jonathan Epps earned defensive player of the week award while Lamar sophomore kicker/punter Juan Carranco was named the special teams player of the week. Defensive Player of the Week: Jonathan Epps, Abilene ChristianEpps had two interceptions in his first career start at cornerback to help lead Abilene Christian to a 52-35 upset win against Central Arkansas. The junior from Fort Worth, Texas (Boswell H.S.), recorded his first interception late in the first half, returning it 29 yards to the ACU 35-yard line to help set up a field goal right before halftime. Epps snagged his second interception in the fourth quarter, returning it 68 yards for a touchdown to push the Wildcat lead to 45-28 with 7:50 remaining in the contest. Epps also added four tackles and one pass breakup in the win. Each school’s sports information director nominates and votes for the players of the week, though is not permitted to vote for his own player. To receive honorable mention, a player must receive votes from 25 percent of the Southland sports information directors. Honorable Mention: DaQuan Stewart, Lamar; Michael Wade, Sam Houston State; Nick Ginn, UIW; Damon Medcafe, Northwestern State. Honorable Mention: Keshawn Hill, Sam Houston State; Kade Munden, Abilene Christian; Ed Eagan, Northwestern State. Honorable Mention: Lachlan Edwards, Sam Houston State. Special Teams Player of the Week: Juan Carranco, LamarCarranco accounted for 12 of Lamar’s points in the Cardinals’ 72-14 win against Houston Baptist. The sophomore from Dayton, Texas (Dayton H.S.), went 9-for-10 in PATs while connecting on a 43-yard field goal, his lone attempt of the game. Carranco has recorded a 31-yard punt on the night. Offensive Player of the Week: Mark Roberts, LamarRoberts had a record-setting performance in Lamar’s 72-14 win against Houston Baptist. The senior from Orange, Texas (West Orange Stark H.S.), became the school’s all-time leader in touchdown catches with 19 after his four scores against the Huskies. In one half of action, Roberts recorded 205 receiving yards and touchdown catches of 31, 61, 81 and 26 yards. Roberts tied the school record for points in a game (24) and notched the third-most receiving yards in a single game in program history.
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore along the southern shore of Lake Superior in the Upper Peninsula is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Michigan. With 200-foot-high sandstone cliffs displaying red and brown iron, black manganese, green copper, and yellow and white colors from limestone, it’s a stunning sight to see. Add the brilliant fall colors from beech, maple, and birch trees as well as the deep evergreen from pines, and you have an amazing view you aren’t likely to forget.I’ve been fortunate to see the rocks not only from the water during a Pictured Rocks Cruise boat last month, but from the tops of the rocks when I hiked along the trails years ago. An impressive to see from far away as well as up close, from the top of the cliffs. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedPhoto of the Week: Who Wants to Drive Around Lake Erie?Living near the Great Lakes gives you amazing opportunities to travel to interesting places, whether it’s the beautiful Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore on Lake Superior in Michigan, Coventry Garden in Windsor, Ontario overlooking the Detroit River, or the magnificent Niagara Falls. Years ago, we drove around Lake Michigan and had a fantastic time…In “Miscellaneous”Photo of the Week: Sable Falls near Grand Marais, MichiganHow many more steps to go? I asked the couple walking past me as I stopped on what I thought was the third platform of staircases leading down to the waterfalls. I had already gone down a lot of stairs, thinking that this descent was more than the 94 steps…In “Michigan”Photo of the Week: Fall Colors in Marquette, MichiganIt was mid-afternoon when I made it to Sugarloaf last week, about seven miles outside of Marquette, Michigan. The weather had changed from the bright sunny skies earlier in the day to a gray covered sky, with the prospect of rain and storms coming soon. Everyone I met in town…In “Michigan”