TRESPASSING- OCCUPIED STRUCTURE OR CONVEYANCE OUT OF COUNTY WARRANT 42 34 9/21/2020 TRESPASSING- FAIL TO LEAVE PROPERTY UPON ORDER BY OWNER CONFIDENTIAL 9/19/2020 28 JACKSON, MARVIN LORENZO 9/18/2020 ALTAMONTE SPRINGS 26 9/19/2020 CONFIDENTIAL UPDIKE, JON MICHAEL DUI-UNLAW BLD ALCH- BAL OF .15 OR HIGHER ACCOMPANIED BY PERSON UNDER 18 YOA SECOND CNV BATTERY- TOUCH OR STRIKE (DOMESTIC VIOLENCE) BATTERY- COMMIT DOMESTIC BATTERY BY STRANGULATION 49 CONFIDENTIAL DAMAGE PROP-CRIM MISCH- $1000 OR MORE ORLANDO AGGRAV ASSLT-WEAPON- WITH A DEADLY WEAPON WITHOUT INTENT TO KILL 9/21/2020 UPDIKE, JON MICHAEL 9/18/2020 26 APOPKA APOPKA VELA, LAZARO 9/18/2020 RESIST OFFICER- OBSTRUCT WO VIOLENCE CONFIDENTIAL RESIST OFFICER- OBSTRUCT WO VIOLENCE ORLANDO APOPKA 9/17/2020 9/18/2020 ORLANDO 9/19/2020 AGGRAVATED BATTERY CONFIDENTIAL 9/18/2020 35 34 RESIST OFFICER- OBSTRUCT WO VIOLENCE BYRD, KANIELAS CADILLAC Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 BURGLARY- OF CONVEYANCE (NO PARTS) UNARMED WO PERSON INSIDE 28 You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here 21 GRIFFIN, LARRY J VELA, LAZARO APOPKA APOPKA 30 9/19/2020 ORLANDO 54 BURGLARY- OF CONVEYANCE (NO PARTS) UNARMED WO PERSON INSIDE EDWARDS, CHIMIRA SUNSIL RESIST OFFICER- OBSTRUCT WO VIOLENCE TRESPASSING- STRUCTURE OR CONVEYANCE NOE, JEREMIAH JAMES JACKSON, MARVIN LORENZO DRUGS-POSSESS- POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE APOPKA APOPKA 25 STROMAN, MICHAEL SEDRICK ORDONEZ-CANALES, ORLENE RAFAEL TAGSAPDApopka Police DepartmentArrest Report Previous articleOrange Co. Neighborhood Services hosts free virtual community conferenceNext articleAAA: Florida gas prices drop 4 cents Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ORLANDO 27 9/19/2020 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply WILCZYNSKI, KIMBERLY DEVON DRUG EQUIP-POSSESS- AND OR USE 21 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter CONFIDENTIAL 9/19/2020 9/19/2020 APOPKA CITY ORDINANCE – ALCOHOL-POSSESS OR CONSUME IN PUBLIC 35 9/18/2020 9/19/2020 HODGE, KESHAWN JERRELL 9/18/2020 APOPKA APOPKA CONFIDENTIAL 54 9/16/2020 Please enter your name here 35 HOLMES, DEANTAE JERDARRIN MOVING TRAFFIC VIOL OPERATE MOTOR VEHICLE WO VALID LICENSE Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate BATTERY- TOUCH OR STRIKE 28 NEGLECT CHILD- NEGLECT CHILD WITHOUT GREAT BODILY HARM 9/19/2020 MORENO, JOSE ANGEL 28 STOUFFER, SHAINA MARIE 49 APD Arrest Report for September 15th-21stThe Apopka Police Department reported the following statistics:Calls For Service 1,643Traffic Citations 95Crash Reports 23Arrests 20 ORDONEZ-CANALES, ORLEN RAFAEL SMITH, JAYVIS KESHAWN APOPKA ORDONEZ-CANALES, ORLEN RAFAEL ORDONEZ-CANALEZ, ELMER D 9/15/2020 APOPKA TAMPA 9/19/2020 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. FAILURE TO APPEAR- FAILURE TO APPEAR FOR MISDEMEANOR OFFENSE – DRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE POSSESS OF WEAPON- POSSESSION OF AMMO BY CONVICTED FLA FELON 48 APOPKA 9/15/2020 JAMES, AIMEE C TAMPA NOE, JEREMIAH JAMES 9/18/2020 DRUGS-POSSESS- POSSESSION OF ALPRAZOLAM GRIFFIN, LARRY J DISORDERLY INTOX- DISORDERLY INTOXICATION/DISORDERLY COND ALCOHOL/DRUGS INTOXICATION CARRERO, TATIANA GABRIELLE 9/18/2020 EDWARDS, CHIMIRA SUNSIL 9/19/2020 Please enter your comment! TRESPASSING- PROPERTY NOT STRUCTURE OR CONVEY EDWARDS, CHIMIRA SUNSIL SIMPLE ASSLT- INTENT THREAT TO DO VIOLENCE (DOMESTIC VIOLENCE) 28 Arrest Date Charges Name City Age 47 9/21/2020 HICE, GREGORY ALLEN 30 CONFIDENTIAL 47 9/19/2020 48 HICE, GREGORY ALLEN FAILURE TO APPEAR- FAILURE TO APPEAR FOR MISDEMEANOR OFFENSE – FTA LEAVE SCENE W/OUT GIVING INFO <$50 DAMAGE ORDONEZ-CANALES, ORLEN RAFAEL 44 DRUGS-POSSESS- POSSESSION OF HEROIN 28 The Anatomy of Fear 9/18/2020 9/18/2020 APOPKA 9/21/2020 OUT OF COUNTY WARRANT (FTA- DWLSR) DRUGS-POSSESS- POSSESS OF HEROIN 9/20/2020 ORDONEZ-CANALES, ORLEN RAFAEL 22 23 35 APOPKA HODGE, KESHAWN JERRELL ORLANDO APOPKA
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Tereso De Jesus Ruiz-HernandezA 25-year-old Bayville man has been charged with the rape of a 13-year-old girl that he met on Facebook.Nassau County police arrested Tereso De Jesus Ruiz-Hernandez on Monday evening and charged him with second-degree rape and criminal sexual act.Police said the suspect met the victim online last month and arranged to meet her in Glen Cove on several occasions.Glen Cove city police said one of their officers spotted the suspect and the victim sitting together in the defendant’s vehicle in the early morning hours of Aug. 9 and told the girl’s parents.Ruiz-Hernandez and the victim “engaged in sexual activity with the victim” in his Nissan Maxima, police said in a news release.Special Victims Squad detectives request anyone who may know of additional victims to contact them.Second-degree rape is defined under New York State law as someone older than 18 years old having sex with a person less than 15 years old or someone incapable of consent.Bail for Ruiz-Hernandez was set at $20,000. He faces up to seven years in prison, if convicted.
The draft law, which is based on the officially-commissioned report by pensions expert Mats Langensjö, proposes an overall target for the default option of minimising the risk of low pension outcomes, while maximising the conditions for good pension outcomesBased on the overall target for the fund, it also proposes AP7’s board establishes more detailed financial goals and directions, which should be continuously reviewed and revised if necessary.Now a generational fund portfolio with assets distributed between sub-funds according to the age of the pension saver, in future the default offering is to consist of a savings portfolio and a payment solution, as per the draft.In the savings phase, investment risk is to be generally high, it said, within a diversified growth portfolio.AP7’s investment rules for the management of the default savings portfolio will change to broadly match those of the big four buffer funds which back the income pension component of the state pension – AP1-4, the draft stated.Rather than offering daily trading and valuation, the reformed fund will reduce this frequency to at least once a month.The pension payout product to be offered by AP7 under the new proposal is to differ from the current method, with the risk level during the payout phase being focused on income planning, according to the draft, which said this usually involves lower investment risk.The current traditional insurance managed by the Swedish Pensions Agency is to be the payment method for the default option, according to the proposal, although savers with funds invested in the default savings option could request their premium pension be withdrawn through unit-linked insurance.Separately, AP7 itself has resisted proposed restrictions which are to be put on the new role it is to play within the administration of the premium pension system’s funds marketplace.Responding to this other consultation launched in November on reforms to the platform – which has been blighted by rogue players – AP7 said it broadly approved of the ideas for change but rejected some details.“The transition to a procured funds marketplace and the introduction of clear and well-developed choice architecture means that to a greater extent than today, the premium pension system’s design will be based on the needs of pension savers,” the Stockholm-based fund wrote.“Rules and procedures for holding and reporting securities holdings need to be designed in a way that limits and manages potential conflicts of interest”AP7The fund – which is to take on new tasks and become the “Authority for the Premium Pension Fund Management” in the reform – said steps needed to be taken to ensure the system could continue to attract people with relevant knowledge and experience to the new authority’s board of directors.“Rules and procedures for holding and reporting securities holdings need to be designed in a way that limits and manages potential conflicts of interest, but should not be designed in a way that unnecessarily limits the selection of candidates to the board of directors,” it said.On the topic of minimum sustainability requirements for funds on the new procured platform, AP7 said these should be based on principles such as the United Nations Global Compact, and not on – as the proposal was worded – “international agreements that Sweden has entered into and that relate to sustainability issues”.In another response to this consultation, the Swedish regulator Finansinspektionen has advocated slashing the number of funds on the funds marketplace platform to just 15-20 funds.When special investigator Mikael Westberg set out proposals for this second phase of the premium pension system’s reform – transforming the funds marketplace to one which only includes funds specifically procured by the new authority, rather than allowing all those meeting certain criteria – he suggested the new platform might contain between 150 and 200 funds.There are currently around 500 funds on offer to savers via the premium pension funds marketplace. They can chose from privately-run funds listed on the funds marketplace platform (fondtorget) or use the default option – the balanced Såfa lifecycle fund operated by the SEK460bn (€43.6bn) AP7.Whereas Langensjö’s report envisaged last summer that the amendments would take effect on 1 January 2021, yesterday’s draft sets a later implementation date of 1 April 2021.The draft, entitled “The default option within the premium pension” (Förvalsalternativet inom premiepensionen) and numbered Fi2020/00584/FPM, is now out for consultation until 18 May. A key element of the reform of Sweden’s first-pillar premium pension system has moved closer to completion with the publication yesterday of draft legislation to radically overhaul the way the system’s default option works.AP7, the largest of Sweden’s national AP pension funds, is to have its asset allocation freedom broadened to include illiquid assets alongside its current equity-bond mix, according to the new legislative proposal published by the Ministry of Finance.The draft law, which is based on the officially-commissioned report by pensions expert Mats Langensjö, proposes an overall target for the default option of minimising the risk of low pension outcomes, while maximising the conditions for good pension outcomes.The premium pension is the defined contribution (DC) portion of the general or state pension, where Swedes are given options on how their savings are invested and managed.
Press Association The 5-0 Capital One Cup final win over Bradford at Wembley secured the Welsh club’s first major piece of silverware, and with it a place in next season’s Europa League. Swansea were given a taste of the pressures a Europa League campaign would put on them during a period over Christmas and New Year which saw play 11 games in 37 days. Laudrup was delighted with how his squad handled such a schedule and, combined with what he has seen at the Nou Camp, does not believes a host of new signings will be needed. “I know one year that Barcelona played with 19 first-team players, as well as a few younger players, and they played every three days. It is possible,” he said. Michael Laudrup has no plans to increase the size of Swansea’s squad to cope with the demands of European competition, as he follows the example of former club Barcelona. “I know again the risks if you get an injury. Look at what happened to us when Neil Taylor broke his ankle the day after the transfer window shut. “That has special implications, but I don’t believe in having 27 or 28 players. You won’t have 27 players who are at the same level, so you will still have five or six who never play. “I think if you take all the games this season, even the two-and-a-half months when we played every three days and had injuries, we always had a competitive team. “I don’t recall us ever having only 15 or 16 players to choose from. I felt in that period everyone had an importance in the team.” He added: “I think two players for each position is more than enough, just about 22 players. “That way you can still have some young players, someone with talent and potential (on the fringes of the squad). “That means everyone feels important and the young players get the feeling that they are not so far away from playing.”