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
We are all leaders.Subjugating your leadership to perspectives that minimize your potential are valued by no one.Years ago, I did a vision quest to Tanzania for 21 days and carried only a small duffle, journal, pen, and camera. Most of the time sleeping was in a small tent, with a sleeping bag on the ground or small cot. Meals were prepared outdoors, over a fire, and under the sky. Hikes of 5 to 15 miles a day through the country offered the gift of self-reflection and noticing myself in new surroundings far from home, totally disconnected.A significant learning space were the days when we camped near Hadza, one of the last remaining hunter gather tribes on this planet. Each person in the tribe has a responsibility to learn everything. Gathering tubers, picking berries, hunting game, following the honey birds, gathering and carrying water, and feeding the babies were the responsibility of all. Each person was a leader of the tribe’s bold steps or strategic initiatives: find food and water. Survive. continue reading » 16SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
“I must acknowledge the fact that the Japanese side was good, even though I didn’t envisage the goal margin. The outcome means that we will return to the trenches and re-strategise.”Japan powered to victory through strikes from Mami Ueno and Yuka Momiki, who netted a hat -trick and brace respectively. The duo’s attacking force resulted in an own goal by Nigerian defender Mary Ologbosere. Yuka Momiki was named the Live Your Goal player of the match.Meanwhile, Falconets defender, Glory Ogbonna, has vowed that the team will fight on and revive their FIFA U20 FIFA World Cup trophy hopes as well as redeem Nigeria’s image in Papua New Guinea.Smarting from the shocking defeat on Sunday, Ogbonna, who plays for Ibom Angels, noted that the Japan experience is a wake up call to all the players to gird their loins for the Canada challenge. Fondly called ‘dependable’ by her teammates, the central defender stated that Nigeria’s footballing prowess and pride at the U20 Women level is at stake, vowing that Falconets would fight like wounded lionesses against Canada on Wednesday.“Collectively as a team we have accepted the fact that we started badly against Japan, but it doesn’t mean that we have given up because all hope is not lost. I believe that the reason for Sunday’s defeat was a clarion call for us as a team to wake up to the harsh realities on ground. If we had won or drawn that game, apparently, the whole team would feel that we have arrived.“Canada is a must-win for us and it is not negotiable. We have learnt our lessons in a bitter and humiliating way. I want to promise all Nigerians that we must redeem our image and march on in this tournament.”Nigeria will face Canada in their second Group B match on Wednesday, at the Bava Park Stadium in Port Moresby. Both countries are at the bottom of the table with no point.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram FIFA U20 WOMEN’S WORLD CUPFalconets Coach, Peter Dedevbo, has remained bullish despite the 6-0 walloping by Japan in Nigeria’s first match at the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup in Papua New Guinea on Sunday.Dedevbo, who acknowledged the superiority of the Japanese side, insisted that the Sunday’s result will not mark the end of the road for Nigeria in the tournament.He is optimistic that his girls will bounce back to pick maximum points from the remaining two matches in the group stage, and charged the players to put behind them the horror of the first game and focus on the Canada and Spain challenge.“We are down but not out, and this is the time for us to fight till the end of the competition. It would be fool –hardy for us to start feeling sorry for ourselves because it will affect our focus for the remaining games in the tournament.
Scott O’Leary, RivalcadeThe Rivalcade Overwatch Rumble is the latest tournament to emerge from the esports ecosystem with a five figure prize-pool. Eight top professional Overwatch teams have been automatically invited. These are EnVyUs, Rogue, Immortals, Selfless, LG Evil, Cloud9, Splyce Gaming, and compLexity. The split of the pool is $6,000 (£4,784) for first, $3,000 (£2,392) for second and $1,000 (£797) for third. Rivalcade Founder and CEO Scott O’Leary stated: “We are thrilled to bring the best professional Overwatch teams in North America together to compete, while at the same time providing an opportunity for any team to make a name for themselves by playing against the best.” Up to 64 teams will compete in the qualifying event that will take place on Tuesday, April 18th, and of these the top eight teams will advance to the group stage. This stage will take place on Saturday April 23rd, and the Double-Elimination and Grand Finals will take place on the Sunday. All matches will be view-able on both Twitch and Rivalcade TV.The format for the Saturday Group Play is a best-of-3 Round Robin with 16 teams divided into four groups. The top two teams from each group will advance to Sunday’s Double Elimination Bracket, which will be best-of-3, and the final teams will rumble in a best-of-5 Grand Final match-up. For more information, teams and fans can check out the Rivalcade Overwatch Rumble webpage.Sean May, Platform Operations for Razer said: “Rivalcade has proven to be a pillar in the competitive community for both Overwatch and Hearthstone. Holding the $10,000 Overwatch Rumble is just another testament of their commitment to this scene. We are proud that Razer Arena is the platform of choice for both the qualifiers and the main event. The action will be epic and we can’t wait to see it unfold!”Esports Insider says: It’s exactly this type of tournament which is needed for esports to continue to prosper and grow. The more regular the opportunities there are to win a good amount of money the better, and this Overwatch Rumble format looks a lot of fun.