OPD: Man arrested after pushing wife out of moving vehicle

first_img WhatsApp By admin – January 19, 2018 Luis Tarango The Odessa Police Department charged a man Thursday after he reportedly pushed his common-law wife out of a moving vehicle.Police responded to the incident on Dec. 10 after the 32-year-old complainant told OPD she had been assaulted by her common-law husband, 32-year-old Luis Abraham Tarango, according to an OPD news release.After Tarango and his wife reportedly got into an argument, Tarango opened the passenger door and pushed his wife out of the moving vehicle, the release stated.The complainant was taken to MCH with serious bodily injury and sustained injuries on her upper left arm and right knee due to the incident, the release said.A warrant was issued for Tarango and he was apprehended by the Department of Public Safety during a traffic stop Thursday and charged by OPD with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony, the release stated.Jail records show Tarango was taken to the Ector County Detention Center Thursday and has a bond of $50,000. Facebook Facebook Local NewsCrime OPD: Man arrested after pushing wife out of moving vehicle Twitter WhatsApp Pinterest Pinterest Twitter Previous articleFive things you need to know today, Jan. 19Next articleDAILY OIL PRICE: Jan. 19 adminlast_img read more


first_imgLocated at the heart of the Lake District, family craft baker and confectioner Bryson’s prides itself on preserving tea-time traditions, serving regular customers and tourists to the popular region.Founded in 1947 by John Bryson as a small bakery in Keswick, the company is now run by family descendants John and Lesley Buckley. The original bakery has expanded to include the traditional tearoom, seating around 70, plus a coffee bar for 20, and the firm has established a second site at Cockermouth as well as a thriving wholesale business.Although Bryson’s, which employs more than 80 staff, has developed a number of signature dishes over the years and makes snacks, rolls and sandwiches as well as freshly baked pies and pasties, John Buckley believes that it is the company’s Lakeland Plum Bread that has put it firmly on the map. “This lightly spiced loaf is extremely popular,” he says.To achieve quality and consistency, Bryson’s uses Carpigiani equipment, including a Pastochef at the heart of the operation. Supplied in the UK by ServEquip, the Pastochef comes in 15- to 30- and 50-litre sizes and is said to be able to make a long list of sweet and savoury items suitable for professional bakers.With eight different blend modes, the semi-automated machines are used at Bryson’s to produce confectioners custard, used in the bakery’s vanilla slices, doughnuts and various tarts. Now, the company is considering extending the range of products it makes using the machine – including lemon curd, which it has bought in until now. “Our Pastochef has a robust design,” says Buckley. “ServEquip has been helpful, both in initial training and in showing us some of the machine’s wider potential.”“Our association with Bryson’s shows how, by working together, we can help with efficient menu development and leverage maximum benefit from their equipment,” says aspokesperson for ServEquip. “We set out to provide a total solution.”last_img read more

Sagbo, Assou-Ekotto charged by FA

first_img Assou-Ekotto, on a season-long loan at QPR from Tottenham, went on Twitter after Anelka’s salute to post what translates from French as “I congratulate you on the beautiful quenelle”. Sagbo, who joined Hull from Evian in the summer, also took to the social media network in the aftermath of the incident, posting a picture of Anelka’s celebration and a message of support for both the striker and Dieudonne. The players have until April 8 to respond to charge of improper conduct, which is classed differently to the Anelka case as it was not on the field. The FA’s social media guidelines state: “There are no set sanctions for media comments or social networking comments cases. However, financial penalties are the most usual form of sanction for these kind of cases.” Assou-Ekotto and Sagbo could still face suspension if found guilty but it would unlikely be as severe as the one handed down to Anelka, while Manchester City midfielder Nasri and Liverpool defender Sakho have escaped punishment. Nasri was pictured performing the gesture and took to Twitter on December 30 to explain his actions. “The pose in the picture i posted over 2 months ago symbolises being against the system,” he said via his account @SamNasri19. “Its has absolutely nothing to do with being anti semitic or against jewish people. I apologise for causing any hurt to anyone who might have been mislead into thinking this means anything of that nature”. Sakho was also pictured performing the gesture but said in November that he was tricked into performing the gesture. He wrote on his Twitter account: “This photo was taken six months ago, I did not know the meaning of this gesture, I got trapped!” The salute came to the fore when West Brom forward Nicolas Anelka made the arm gesture when celebrating a goal against West Ham on December 28. An independent regulatory commission last month handed down a five-match ban to the former France international after finding it “did contain a reference to anti-Semitism” in that it is strongly associated with his friend, the French comedian Dieudonne M’bala M’bala, who has been convicted seven times of anti-Semitic crimes. West Brom sacked Anelka for “gross misconduct” on March 14 – just hours after he took to Twitter claiming he had decided to terminate his contract – once it was confirmed neither he nor the FA would contest the ban. The governing body had argued for a more severe sanction and have now confirmed action against four further players after social media posts relating to the quenelle gesture. A statement released on the www.thefa.com read: “The FA has progressed its investigation into four cases concerning social media postings relating to the quenelle gesture involving Benoit Assou-Ekotto (Tottenham Hotspur on loan at Queens Park Rangers), Yannick Sagbo (Hull City), Samir Nasri (Manchester City) and Mamadou Sakho (Liverpool). “Having considered the particular facts of each case extremely carefully in consultation with our appointed expert, The FA has today charged Mr Assou-Ekotto and Mr Sagbo with improper conduct contrary to FA Rule E3 in relation to their postings on Twitter. “It is alleged that in each case the comment was abusive and/or indecent and/or insulting and/or improper, contrary to Rule E3(1). It is further alleged that each players’ breach of Rule E3(1) was an “Aggravated Breach” as defined in Rule E3(2), as the comment included a reference to ethnic origin and/or race and/or religion or belief. “Both players have until April 8 2014 to respond to the charges. “The FA has issued Mr Nasri with a formal warning. Mr Sakho has been reminded of his responsibilities as a participant. “As the cases involving Mr Assou-Ekotto and Mr Sagbo are ongoing, The FA will make no further comment on any of these four cases at this time.” The Football Association have charged Hull striker Yannick Sagbo and QPR loanee Benoit Assou-Ekotto with improper conduct for social media posts relating to the ‘quenelle’ gesture, while Samir Nasri and Mamadou Sakho have been wrapped on the knuckles. Press Associationlast_img read more