Tag: 苏州lf论坛

Husband, accomplice slapped with murder charge

first_imgBabita Sarjou’s deaththirty-nine-year-old Sharadananda Narine, called “Anand”, and his alleged accomplice 45-year-old DorelDorel ProntonSharadananda NarinePronton, called “Yankee”, who were slapped with a murder charge on Wednesday appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan.The two men were not required to plead to the indictable charge which stated that between November 4, 2010 and May 22, 2016, they murdered Narine’s estranged wife, 28-year-old Babita Sarjou, a mother of one, of Timehri Public Road, East Bank Demerara.Narine and Pronton were remanded to prison by Chief Magistrate McLennan until June 21, pending the post-mortem report and the DNA results.Meanwhile, speaking with the media following the duo’s court appearance, Director of Caribbean American Domestic Violence Awareness (CADVA), Dianne Madray said that she was happy the men were now facing the consequences of their crime, while adding that justice has been served.Champa Seonarine, mother of the now dead woman, was elated that the men were charged.The skeletal remains of Sarjou were discovered at Narine’s Seaforth Street, Campbellville, Georgetown, yard on May 22 – six years after she went missing.Her estranged husband and his accomplice, who were arrested on Saturday, allegedly confessed to the woman’s murder and later led investigators to the spot where they buried her body back in 2010.In early April, Seonarine, along with officials from CADVA had again petitioned for the case to be reopened. Seonarine said all she needed was some closure.The dead woman’s mother at the beginning of the investigations had voiced her belief that her daughter’s estranged husband had something to do with her disappearance.It was also reported that there were several instances of domestic violence and reports made to both the Kitty and Timehri Police Stations by Sarjou against her husband.In 2010, during the initial investigations, the Police held her husband for questioning for 72 hours and then released him.last_img read more

Verner’s return a healing touch

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“Just relax, have popcorn, something to drink and watch the game on TV,” he said. Instead of hectic, the game had moments when everything slowed down and fell into perfect place for the Bruin sophomore. Verner picked up the spirits of his father, not to mention UCLA coach Karl Dorrell, the UCLA team and Bruin fans who truly are loyal, with two interceptions, one of which he returned for the touchdown that sealed UCLA’s 30-21 upset victory over then-No. 10 Cal. He was thinking about his father. “I can’t wait to get on the phone and talk to him,” he said shortly after the game. Flowers and cards are nice when you’re home recovering from surgery. Alterraun Verner, well-mannered young man that he is, had a better way to pick up the spirits of his father who, he said, had minor surgery. The surgery was major enough for Robert Verner to remain at home in Carson while UCLA played California. Verner, a UCLA cornerback, did not want his father to have to deal with a hectic Saturday football afternoon in the Rose Bowl. The big play of the day came with UCLA nursing a 23-21 lead with slightly more than a minute and a half remaining in the game. It’s hard to dispute negative Bruin fans, fans who no doubt booed the team earlier in the game, who could see nothing but gloom and doom after Cal freshman Jahvid Best returned the kickoff following a field goal 59 yards. Faith in Dorrell has eroded as fast as he fires offensive coordinators. Cal’s headliner is DeSean Jackson, a gifted junior wide receiver from Long Beach Poly High. So gifted there is reason to wonder why USC, which has had a pipeline to Poly seemingly since the leather helmet era, did not work harder to recruit him. The Trojans believed they landed the top prep receiver in the nation when Patrick Turner, a junior best known for dropping passes, signed with them. On the big play Saturday, with third-and-5 on the UCLA 30 and the Bears thinking first down, Cal quarterback Nate Longshore had to like what he saw when he scanned the Bruin defense. Jackson was one-on-one against Verner. That’s soon-to-be 21-year-old Jackson with 138 receptions in slightly more than two and a half seasons one-on-one against not-yet 19-year-old Verner. It had to seem ridiculous to Longshore. Doesn’t UCLA know about child labor laws? All that turned out to be ridiculous was the manner in which Verner shadowed Jackson, catlike, and pounced forward as Longshore cranked to throw and got to the ball before the helpless Jackson. The perfect read was the perfect marriage of natural ability and raw instincts with knowledge and acquired instincts that come with hard work, good coaching and attention to detail during film study in which popcorn is not served. If Longshore had been excited when he saw the matchup, it was Verner who was pumped as the ball was thrown. “I was like, `Catch it, catch it,”‘ Verner said. “I had to calm myself down. If I had dropped it, I would have been devastated.” It was the Bears who were devastated. In two Saturdays, they went from thinking about the national championship to contemplating playing in the Rose Bowl to becoming a candidate to play in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, aka the Crash Landing Bowl. It was the Bruins who were elated. They have gone from scratching their heads as they wondered how they let the season slip away with inexplicable losses to Utah and Notre Dame to sharing the Pacific-10 Conference lead with Arizona State. Disproving the theory that the quick guys with bad hands become defensive backs, Verner held the ball Longshore threw and sprinted to the end zone. He has four interceptions at UCLA. He has returned three for touchdowns, equaling the Bruin career record. “Have you ever been caught from behind (after intercepting a pass)?” a curious reporter asked. Verner thought for a moment. Then he thought some more. He did not want to provide incorrect information. “In high school or anywhere?” he asked. Anywhere counts. Verner thought back, back, back. Anywhere includes playing Junior All-America Football with the Carson Colts. “Not that I remember,” he said. When Longshore and Jackson are asked about Verner, they’ll remember. Clearing out the mini-notebook … Go figure: Verner was named Pacific-10 Conference Defensive Player of the Week. He’s the sixth Bruin Pac-10 Player of the Week this season. Along with Verner, there’s quarterback Ben Olson, cornerback Trey Brown, punter Aaron Perez, kick returner Matthew Slater and place kicker Kai Forbath. USC has had one Pac-10 Player of the Week – tailback Stafon Johnson. … Opinion: USC at Oregon is the first genuine test for the Trojans this season. Despite all the attention being paid to quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and John David Booty, the key to the game will be the ability of USC to establish a running game. … Bottom line: For all the negative things you can say about Al Davis, when he decided it was time to replace Tom Flores as coach of the then-Los Angeles Raiders, he did it without any silly smokescreens. By way of contrast, you have George Steinbrenner making a you-know-he’s-going- to-turn-it-down 30 percent cut in pay offer Joe Torre was guaranteed to turn down to remain manager of the Yankees. [email protected] local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img