Zogoes For AFL?

first_imgDefense Minister Samukai: “Brumskine’s call for Zogoes’ recruitment into the AFL is a flagrant disservice to the country….and partners”Authorities at the Ministry of National Defense (MOD) in Monrovia have sharply reacted to a recent call to recruit wayward and drug-addicted Liberian youth, otherwise known as “Zogoes,” into the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL).The ministry said its attention has been drawn to a statement attributed to Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine, political leader of the opposition Liberty Party, calling for the recruitment of Zogoes into the national army.“We will use the AFL as a vehicle to assist with the development of our country. We will establish auxiliary units such as the agriculture and engineering battalions, and in the medical department, in which Zogoes and other troubled youth, as well as average young Liberians who may so desire, to be trained as carpenters, painters, masons, electricians, plumbers, and farmers,” Brumskine said at a recent rally.In no unmistakable term, the MOD said it totally disagrees with any and all future Commanders-in-Chief who harbor the desire of conducting political recruitment of “Zogoes” into the AFL.“Such action on the part of any future Liberian leader has the propensity to summarily dampen the professional content of the force and it points to a deliberate breach of the legal requirements for eligibility for service into the AFL and the method of recruitment as articulated in sections 7.2 and 7.3 of the New National Defense Act respectively,” the Ministry said in a statement.Additionally, the statement continued, “applicants have to be approved by the Joint Personnel Board (comprising a representative each from the civil society, the U.S. government, the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL), and chaired by the Minister of National Defense).”The MOD further views Brumskine’s call for recruiting Zogoes into the AFL as a flagrant disservice to the efforts of United Nations, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), as well as other bilateral partners, particularly the United States government, which have over the years invested both human and material resources aimed at creating a professional, properly trained and equipped security apparatus that is apolitical and subordinated to the Constitution of Liberia.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Police record 36% spike in robbery with violence

first_imgThe Guyana Police Force (GPF) has recorded a 36 per cent increase in robberies with violence. In the monthly crime statistics issued on Friday, the Force disclosed that there was a two per cent increase (92 against 90 cases in the same period last year) in robbery under arms where firearms were used; while robberies where no instruments were used saw a 31 per cent increase (17 against 13 cases), and robbery with violence raising by 36 per cent (30 against 22 cases).According to the Police, when compared to the same period last year, there has been a reduction of 18 per cent in serious crimes at the end of February 2018.Other categories of this serious crime recorded a declining trend, the Police said, pointing out that these include: robbery under arms where instruments other than firearms were used, which saw a 41 per cent decline (41 against 70 cases); robbery with aggravation recording a 40 per cent decrease (12 against 20 cases); a 33 per cent reduction (16 against 24 cases) in larceny from the person; burglary going down by 21 per cent (31 against 39 cases); and a 19 per cent decrease (154 against 191 cases) in break and enter and larceny.Meanwhile, as it relates to murder, the Police said there was also a 39 per cent decline recorded, with a total of 11 cases at the end of February 2018, compared to 18 last year.A Division (Georgetown-East Bank Demerara) saw the highest number during this time, with three cases. B Division (Berbice), C Division (East Coast Demerara) and G Division (Essequibo Coast and Islands) accounted for two murder cases each, while D Division (West Demerara-East Bank Essequibo) and F Division (Interior Locations) also recorded one murder case each. There were no murders in E Division (Linden-Kwakwani) during this period.Additionally, it was reported that of the 11 murder cases: six were disorderly; one was domestic related; two committed during robberies, and two of unknown nature.The Police also reported a 25 per cent decrease in rape case.With regards to the seizure of firearms, a total of 24 illegal weapons were taken off the streets by the end of February. This includes 15 pistols, four revolvers, four shotguns, and a sub-machine gun. These figures are compared to 22 unlicensed guns seized during the corresponding period last year.Fifteen of these weapons were found in A Division, four in B Division; one in C Division and two each in F and G Divisions.TrafficMeanwhile, the traffic statistics at the end of February 2018 reveals an 18.1 per cent decrease in both fatal accidents and road deaths, with nine cases this year against 11 in 2017 for both categories. No children were killed on the roadways during this time.The Police also reported decreases in minor and damage accidents, with a six per cent (16 cases against 17 last year) and 11.1 per cent (16 against 18) decrease respectively. Serious accidents remained the same as the corresponding figure last year with 18 cases.Once again, pedestrians were named the main category of road users killed, with six persons having lost their lives by the end February. In addition, two pedal cyclists and one driver also lost their lives.Furthermore, the Police noted that speeding continues to be the major contributing factor to road accidents, causing five of the nine fatal accidents which occurred during the first two months of the year. This is followed by pedestrians crossing in the path of approaching vehicles and inattentiveness, which recorded two cases each.Meanwhile, traffic enforcement efforts by the Police have resulted in a total of 14,777 cases being made against errant road users at the end of February. Of this, a total of 2935 cases were for speeding; 247 for driving under the influence of alcohol; 1171 for failure to wear seat belt; and 165 for using a cellphone while driving.last_img read more

Northern B.C. High School Rodeo to hold Fundraiser Gala on April 13

first_imgIf you are interested in sponsoring this event, you can contact Angela Kosick by email at tkosick@pris.ca. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Northern B.C. High School Rodeo will be holding a Gala on April 13 at the Pomeroy Hotel & Conference Centre.According to Northern B.C. High School Rodeo, this Gala is their most important fundraiser of the season and helps support the rodeos, Year-End Awards, and Scholarships for graduating members.The evening will include dinner, live and silent auctions followed by a dance featuring The SweetWater Band.- Advertisement -Tickets are $60.00 per person.To purchase tickets, you can go to energetictickets.ca or at Systems Sound Source, located in Fort St. John at 10421 100 street.The Northern B.C. High School Rodeo Gala will be taking place Saturday, April 13, 2019 at the Pomeroy Hotel & Conference Centre.Advertisementlast_img read more

River View’s title defence ends with heart-breaking loss

first_imgBartica Zone Guinness “Greatest of the Streets” CompetitionA new champion will be crowned after defending champion of the Bartica Zone of the Guinness “Greatest of the Streets”, River View, were needled in the quarter-final round.Part of the action in the Bartica Zone of the Guinness “Greatest of the Streets” CompetitionJade Huggins’ 10th minute strike was enough to send River View crashing out of the competition at the hands of the BLB Squad in the third quarter-final match-up.Also losing were last year’s beaten finalist, Police, who went down to Disconnection Crew 9-1 in Round of 16 action.In the other quarter-final results: Almanac Kings proved who the real kings of the street are when they beat Street Kings 3-0.Goal Raiders then squeezed past Potaro Strikers 1-0 thanks to a solitary strike from Brian Browne in the 4th minute.Disconnection Crew then edged Jones Avenue 2-1 to make the semi-finals.The winner of the competition will join 15 other teams for the national playoffs.The national playoffs are set to be staged on July 27 and August 1, at the Pouderoyen Tarmac and Haslington Market Square respectively, while the final will be played on August 4, at the National Stadium, Providence.last_img read more

Simi Valley and Moorpark almanac

first_imgSIMI VALLEY & MOORPARK ALMANAC POPULATION Simi Valley: 111,351 Moorpark: 31,415 ETHNIC BREAKDOWN, Simi Valley: White/non-Hispanic: 72.7% African-American: 1.3% Asian/Pacific Islander: 6.5% American Indian: 0.7% Hispanic: 7.8% Other: 6.5% WEATHER Average annual rainfall: 13.6 inches. Average high temperature: upper 70s. Average low temperature: lower 50s. LOCAL GOVERNMENT Simi Valley: a general law city with a council/manager form of government. City Hall: Simi Valley, 2929 Tapo Canyon Road, (805) 583-6700; Moorpark, 799 Moorpark Ave., (805) 517-6200. City’s Web sites: Simi Valley: www.ci.simi-valley.ca.us Moorpark: www.ci.moorpark.ca.us. Local officials, Simi Valley: Mayor Paul Miller, Mayor Pro Tem Steven T. Sojka. Council members; Glen Becerra, Barbra Williamson, Michelle Foster. Call (805) 583-6703 Local officials, Moorpark: Mayor Patrick Hunter, Mayor Pro Tem Keith F. Milhouse. Council members Roseann Mikos, Mark Van Dam, Janice Parvin. Call (805) 517-6222. Ventura County Board of Supervisors: Steve Bennett, (805) 654-2703; John Flynn, (805) 487-6331; Kathy Long, (805) 654-2276; Peter Foy, (805) 582-8010; Linda Parks, (805) 373-2564 COURTHOUSES East County Division, Superior Court, 3855-F Alamo St., Simi Valley, (805) 654-2963. Ventura County Hall of Justice, 800 S. Victoria Ave., Ventura, (805) 654-2963 TRANSIT General information: Ventura County Transportation Commission, (800) 438-1112. Bus service: Simi Valley Transit, (805) 583-6456. Moorpark City Transit, (805) 517-6257. Moorpark Beach bus, (805) 517-6257. Greyhound, (800) 231-2222. Senior/disabled services: Simi Valley Dial-A-Ride, (805) 583-6464. Moorpark City Dial-A-Ride for ADA service, (805) 517-6257. For reservations, (805) 375-5467. Rail service: Metrolink, (800) 371-LINK; Amtrak, (800) 872-7245. UTILITIES Water Simi Valley: Golden State Water Co., (800) 999-4033; Ventura County Waterworks District No. 8, (805) 583-6736. Moorpark: Ventura County Waterworks District No. 1, (805) 584-4829. Power Simi Valley, Moorpark: Southern California Edison, (800) 655-4555, (800) 684-8123; repairs and outages, (800) 611-1911. Gas Simi Valley, Moorpark: Southern California Gas, (800) 427-2200. Telephone Simi Valley, Moorpark: SBC Global, (800) 310-2355. TRASH/RECYCLING Simi Valley: G.I. Rubbish, (805) 522-9400; Anderson Rubbish, (805) 526-1919. Moorpark: G.I. Rubbish, (805) 522-9400; Moorpark Disposal/(Anderson Rubbish), (805) 526-1919. LAW ENFORCEMENT Simi Valley Police Department, 3901 Alamo St., (805) 583-6950. Moorpark police station of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department, 610 Spring Road, (805) 532-2700. Emergency: 911. Fire: Simi Valley and Moorpark: Ventura County Fire Department operates Stations 40-46 in the area, including the Mountain Meadows Station, Church Street Station, Moorpark Station, Susana Knolls Station, Wood Ranch Station, Pacific Street Station and Tapo Street Station. Ambulance: American Medical Response provides ambulance services throughout Ventura County. Call (818) 808-2100. LICENSES Animal licenses Simi Valley: Dog licenses are required within 30 days of moving into the area. Moorpark: Dog licenses are required within 30 days of moving into the area. In Moorpark, cat licenses are also required. Licenses available at county shelter and City Hall, and some private veterinarians and retail pet shops. Ventura County shelter, 600 Aviation Drive, Camarillo. Call (888) 223-7387. Business licenses Simi Valley: City Hall, Customer Services, (805) 583-6736 Moorpark: City Hall business registration, (805) 517-6233 DRIVER’S LICENSES Department of Motor Vehicles, 3855-D Alamo St., Simi Valley, (800) 777-0133; Department of Motor Vehicles, 1810 E. Avenida de Los Arboles, Thousand Oaks, (800) 777-0133. OTHER SERVICES & INFORMATION Libraries: Simi Valley Library, 2969 Tapo Canyon Road, (805) 526-1735. Moorpark Library, 699 Moorpark Ave., (805) 517-6370. Historical societies: Simi Valley Simi Valley Historical Society and Museum, P.0. Box 940461, Simi Valley, CA 93094. Strathearn Historical Park and Museum, 137 Strathearn Place, Simi Valley, CA 93065; (805) 526-6453. Santa Susana Railroad Historical Society, 6503 Katherine Road, Simi Valley, CA 93063, (805) 581-3462, www.santasusanadepot.org. Moorpark Moorpark Historical Society, P.O. Box 662 Moorpark, CA 93020; (805) 529-1373. HOSPITALS Simi Valley Hospital and Health Care Services, 2975 N. Sycamore Drive, Simi Valley, (805) 955-6000. Los Robles Regional Medical Center, 215 W. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks, (805) 497-2727 POSTAL SERVICE Simi Valley: Main office, 2551 Galena Ave., (805) 526-9819; Mount McCoy, 225 Simi Village Drive, (805) 584-0278. Moorpark: Main office, 215 W. Los Angeles Ave., (805) 529-3596. For additional postal services, call (800) 275-8777 VOTER REGISTRATION Simi Valley, Moorpark city halls, Ventura County Clerk/Recorder, (805) 654-2295 SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICES Simi Valley: Social Security office representatives at City Hall from 9 a.m. to noon, the first and third Thursdays. Call (805) 583-6700 BIRTH, DEATH AND MARRIAGE RECORDS In person or write to Ventura County Recorder’s Office, Philip J. Schmit, County Recorder, 800 S. Victoria Ave., Location 1260, Ventura, CA 93009, or call (805) 654-2295. MAJOR SHOPPING MALLS Simi Valley: Simi Valley Towne Center, Civic Center Plaza, Sycamore Plaza, Simi at the Plaza. Moorpark: Mission Bell Plaza, Moorpark Town Center, Gateway Plaza, Moorpark Plaza, Mountain Meadows, Varsity Park Plaza, High Street, L.A. Spring, Moorpark Marketplace. ANIMAL SHELTERS Simi Valley and Moorpark: For lost animals, 670 W. Los Angeles Ave., Simi Valley. Call (805) 388-4341. For adoptions, other services, Ventura County animal shelter, 600 Aviation Drive, Camarillo. Call (888) 223-7387. TV stations (local) Simi Valley: City Council meetings broadcast live on Channel 10. Moorpark: City government, Channel 10. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Three things we learned from the FA Cup final

first_img0Shares0000Antonio Conte got the better of old adversary Jose Mourinho as Chelsea won their eighth FA Cup© AFP Glyn KIRKLONDON, United Kingdom, May 19 – Chelsea beat Manchester United 1-0 in the FA Cup final on Saturday as Eden Hazard scored the winner with a first-half penalty.Here are three things we learned from the Wembley showpiece: Conte out-wits MourinhoJose Mourinho congratulated his rival Antonio Conte, while Chelsea’s backroom staff rushed in to celebrate with the boss. Photo/DAILY MAILIn what could prove to be his final match as Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte enjoyed a sweet moment of vindication as he won his battle with old rival Jose Mourinho.Conte had spent much of the season locked in a vitriolic feud with United boss Mourinho and although both claimed to have buried the hatchet this week, there was no doubting the Italian’s desire to beat his nemesis.Conte played his part in Chelsea’s success, sending them out on the front foot in the first half and then ordering them to soak up United’s pressure after the interval.It was a risky gambit but one that produced a handsome reward.Yet Conte is aware his future at Chelsea is precarious after 12 months of tension behind the scenes at Stamford Bridge and their failure to qualify for the Champions League.“Our job is very difficult. Sometimes you can win but the club decides to sack you anyway,” he said recently.Conte’s dismissal would not be without precedent — two years ago, United sacked manager Louis van Gaal within hours of winning the FA Cup.It remains to be seen whether the Italian suffers the same fate after leading Chelsea to their first FA Cup since 2012.For Mourinho, it was a rare disappointment on the big stage as he was beaten for only the third time in his 15 appearances in cup finals with Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and United.Criticised for adopting a cautious approach in United’s biggest games this season, Mourinho once again paid the price for being too conservative in the first half.Mourinho had instructed Ander Herrera to stick close to Hazard, but that man-marking role left United out-numbered in midfield — and the Belgian made and scored the winner anyway.United improved in the second half, but it was too late to stop Mourinho finishing the season empty-handed as Conte celebrated.United stars fail to shinePaul Pogba — and his fellow big-money signing Alexis Sanchez — struggled to make an impact on Saturday© AFP Glyn KIRKPaul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez cost United over £120 million in total transfer fees, with their combined weekly wages amounting to around £500,000-per-week.But all that eye-watering investment bought United was the latest in a long list of underwhelming displays from their supposed superstars.Former Arsenal forward Sanchez had scored eight goals in as many games at Wembley for club and country, but in keeping with his lacklustre start to life with United, he was largely anonymous against Chelsea.It didn’t help that Pogba once again played for long periods as though engaged in nothing more serious than a Sunday kickabout in the park.The duo’s lack of cohesion was encapsulated in the second half when Pogba and Sanchez fell over one after the other as the France midfielder’s miscued pass to the Chilean was intercepted to stifle a United break.Pogba was so out of sorts that he didn’t even hit the target with a late header that could have forced extra-time.Hazard makes his case Eden Hazard was the difference between the sides as his winner helped Chelsea put the memories of last year’s final defeat to bed© AFP Ian KINGTONHazard was the lynchpin of Chelsea’s two Premier League title triumphs over the last four seasons, but, like many of his team-mates, this had been something of a lost year for the Belgium playmaker.The 27-year-old had sparked talk of a move to Real Madrid this week when he flexed his muscles with Chelsea’s hierarchy, insisting he wanted to see who they sign in the close-season before deciding whether to sign a new contract.But if that was concerning for Chelsea fans, they could at least take heart from Hazard’s whole-hearted commitment to tormenting United’s over-matched defence.Phil Jones was brutally exposed when Hazard caught him out of position with a sublime touch in the 22nd minute, accelerating away from the United defender, who responded by conceding a penalty that the unruffled Chelsea star converted with nonchalant ease.It was only Hazard’s second goal in his last 16 appearances.But it was his crafty contributions that kept Chelsea in control as the Belgian, who departed to a standing ovation, won the FA Cup for the first time.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

WHY THEY’RE ‘LINING’ UP TO DANCE IN BALLYBOFEY

first_imgMore than 500 line dancers from throughout Ireland were stepping it out in Jackson’s Hotel in Ballybofey last weekend when the Western Dance Association of Ireland held their All-Ireland finals.This was the first occasion that the Association have held their national finals in Donegal and the event proved a great boon to the entire area, with all Hotels and bed and breakfast and catering establishments booked out for the entire weekend. The Western Dance Association of Ireland was formed in 1998 and has been running the All Ireland Line Dance competition every year since. This year they chose Donegal as their venue and the organisers were highly complementary of the facilities and the welcome afforded them.Helen Doris, the principal organiser, said the two day event was one of their most successful ever and the 500 dancers who took to the floor in the new Finn Suite in the Hotel were high in their praise of the real Donegal “cead mile failte” afforded to them and the estimated two hundred supporters accompanying them.“Everyone had a great time in Ballybofey over the weekend. We had seven judges, three of them coming from the United Kingdom and Sweden who praised the high standard on offer. They commented that the dancing was of the highest degree and socially, everyone had a great time”, Doris commented.Line Dancing is a competitively new phenomena in the North West but is gaining in popularity all the time. It was notable over the weekend that many of the competitors and supporters were teenagers, both male and female, although quite a number were older. “Line Dancing is a great way of expressing dance in a relaxing manner and is suitable for all age groups. It has grown by leaps and bounds over the past decade or so and the resurgence of country and western music over the past decade has meant that those taking part now have a tremendous outlet for it” a representative for the Association concluded.WHY THEY’RE ‘LINING’ UP TO DANCE IN BALLYBOFEY was last modified: April 16th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Jackson’s HotelLINEDANCINGlast_img read more

Insider Trading: Latest on Spurs’ newest signing, plus the Daily Pogba and MORE

first_imgtalkSPORT’s transfer guru, Warren Haughton, joins Hawksbee and Jacobs to round up all the very latest rumours and gossip from the summer window.Our man-in-the-know brings us all the latest details on Tottenham’s move for Marseille midfielder Georges-Kevin N’Koudou, who is on the verge of completing a £10m switch to White Hart Lane.There’s also the latest edition of the Daily Pogba, with the French star’s Man United move reportedly moving closer.It is claimed the midfielder wants to leave Juventus this summer, and is keen on a return to United, with his agent Mino Raiola thought to be on his way to Juventus for ‘showdown talks’.Warren also brings us all the latest gossip on home soil, with Stoke tabling a £20m bid for West Brom’s wantaway winger Saido Berahino, while Burnley have been frustrated in their pursuit of Ireland star Jeff Hendrick.Get all this and MORE by listening to the latest Insider Trading podcast above!Here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines:Mino Raiola set for Juventus talks over Paul Pogba as Manchester United look to finalise world record £100m-plus moveSTUNNING transfer report: Manchester City to target Leicester ace Riyad Mahrez if they fail to land Leroy SaneTottenham FC transfer news: Georges-Kevin N’Koudou set for medical today as £10m deal agreedTottenham FC transfer news: Clinton N’Jie ready to snub interest from Marseille and fight for Spurs placeLiverpool FC news: Ragnar Klavan has Reds medical and set to seal £4.2m switch on WednesdayDiego Costa NOT for sale – Chelsea striker firmly in Antonio Conte’s plans, claim reportsArsenal FC transfer news: Bolton defender Rob Holding heading to Emirates in £2m dealArsenal BLOW! Gunners’ striker target Mauro Icardi in talks over new Inter Milan contract, reveals agent and wife – ‘He wants to stay!’Gonzalo Higuain latest: Napoli offer Arsenal and Juventus target huge new deal to remain at clubSporting Lisbon tell Chelsea and Manchester United to FORGET about signing star man Joao MarioManchester United and Chelsea to miss out on top target Andre Gomes as Real Madrid enter ‘advanced talks’ over Portugal starCONFIRMED: Burnley sign Iceland international Johann Berg Gudmundsson from Charlton AthleticCONFIRMED: Norwich City sign Northern Ireland’s Euro 2016 hero Michael McGovern on free transferlast_img read more

Reagan Library to fete presidents

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant It will go on permanent display in the library’s Gallery of Presidents, which also contains an original 1823 William Stone engraving of the Declaration of Independence. A ceremony unveiling the letter will take place at 10 a.m. Because the letter is on display inside the museum, regular admission rates apply. On Friday, a cherry blossom festival is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. to noon. This is the debut of the festival designed to celebrate the friendship between the United States and Japan. The festival will focus on the beginning of spring and will include koto dancing, a Shinto rite, taiko drums and an aikido martial arts performance. All activities and events relating to the festival are free. SIMI VALLEY – A series of special events are scheduled for this week at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, including a celebration of Presidents Day, George Washington’s birthday and a cherry blossom festival. The library will celebrate Presidents Day on Monday with presidential look-alikes, storytelling and other activities for children. All Presidents Day activities are free, but regular museum admission applies to view the exhibits, including the new Air Force One Pavilion. On Wednesday, Washington’s birthday, an original letter written July 13, 1796, by Washington to Secretary of War James McHenry will be displayed in the museum. The library is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 40 Presidential Drive in Simi Valley. Admission is $12, or $9 for people 62 and older and $3 for children 11 through 17. Children under 10 are free. For information, call (805) 522-2977 or (800) 410-8354. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

BREAK-INS: TWO GARDAI INJURED AS FIVE ARRESTED

first_imgTWO GARDAI have been injured and five people detained in the latest crime incidents in Co Donegal.Gardaí say they are investigating the two incidents in the Moville and Bridgend areas overnight.At approximately 2.40am today Gardaí received a call from a member of the public reporting people in the grounds of a house at Crawford Square Moville, the house was unoccupied at the time. “Gardaí went to the house and discovered that the rear window had been smashed. Two people, one male in his 30s and one female in her 20s, were arrested at the scene. They are currently detained at Buncrana Garda Station,” said a Garda spokesman.Both will appear at Letterkenny District Court tomorrow, Monday, in connection with this incident.In a second unrelated incident at 8.30am today Gardaí in Buncrana received a report of people acting suspiciously at the Eircom yard at Bridgend.Gardaí went to the scene and discovered a number of males trying to remove copper wire from the yard. A Garda spokesman said: “The men tried to flee the scene and rammed a Garda Patrol car in the process. Three juvenile males were arrested two are been detained at Buncrana Garda Station under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984 and the other is currently receiving medical treatment at Letterkenny General Hospital.“Two members of An Garda Síochána were injured in the incident and they were also treated for their injuries at Letterkenny General Hospital, both have been released from hospital. Two juveniles will appear at Letterkenny District Court on Monday, 21st January 2013 in connection with this incident.” BREAK-INS: TWO GARDAI INJURED AS FIVE ARRESTED was last modified: January 20th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BREAK-INS: TWO GARDAI INJURED AS FIVE ARRESTEDlast_img read more