first_img 165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NORWALK — Norwalk Court Judge Dewey Falcone ruled Thursday that a 20-year-old Whittier man should spend 10 years in prison for shooting another man to death during a traffic dispute. Randy Aguila was found guilty Feb. 15 in the shooting of 26-year-old Oscar Rubio of Whittier in September 2005. A jury found him guilty of manslaughter, although prosecutors had charged Aguila with murder. The case against Aguila began when deputies stopped his car on suspicion of DUI, searched it and found an incriminating letter in which Aguila boasted about shooting a man. But his attorney argued that the shooting itself occurred after Aguila and Rubio squared off on a Whittier street, where Aguila had double-parked his car, blocking traffic. Rubio was returning to work after having had lunch at his home nearby. A verbal dispute broke out between the men, and Aguila opened fire on Rubio when he believed the other man was reaching for a gun, according to defense attorneys. For more on this story, pick up tomorrow’s Whittier Daily News.last_img read more

first_imgHarry Kane will keep the captain’s armband for England’s season-ending friendly in France, having worn the armband during Saturday’s World Cup qualifying draw with ScotlandFresh from sharing the spoils with their old foes Scotland, the Three Lions have returned to the country that last year witnessed one of their lowest moments.Bowing out of Euro 2016 to Iceland still sticks in the craw and has seen manager Southgate attempt to bring leadership to a group that was lacking just that in Nice.Kane became the fifth different captain in seven matches in the 2-2 draw at Hampden Park and will lead again in Tuesday’s friendly in France.“I am not committing to a timescale on that,” Southgate said after being asked when a permanent captain would be named.“I think it has been a good experience to develop other leaders.“We’re seeing that not only in terms of responsibility but the way the group are prepared to contribute when we’re discussing games, when we’re reviewing games.“There’s lots of potential leaders in different ways – some are at the forefront, speak first, lead from the front in different ways.“Others more thoughtful, take responsibility on the ball, show leadership in other ways. Everybody’s different.“But I am not in a rush to make that decision.“I think at some point it is probably something we should do – in fact, I am certain it is something we should do – but I think it has been good to devolve the leadership.” Harry Kane will captain England against France 1last_img read more