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OPD charge one theft suspect, one still wanted

first_img Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp OPD charge one theft suspect, one still wanted Shelby Burke WhatsApp Police are asking anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Burke to call OPD at 432-333-3641 or Odessa Crime Stoppers at 432-333-TIPS and reference case number 18-9000208. By admin – June 22, 2018 Twitter Pinterest The Odessa Police Department arrested and charged one woman last week accused of stealing from Target and are searching for one more suspect.Police first responded to the theft March 31 at Target, 3909 East 42nd St., after two women stole about $1,830 worth of merchandise from the store.Thanks to an Odessa Crime Stoppers tip, officers identified the two suspects as 33-year-old Bobbi Jo Jasso and 23-year-old Shelby Burke, an OPD news release stated.Jasso turned herself in and was charged with theft, a class A misdemeanor, and Burke is still wanted. Local NewsCrime Facebook 1 of 2 Facebook Bobbi Jo Jasso Previous articleBlackshear Junior-Senior High reunion coming upNext articleGOLF: Champions crowned after four days of competition at NAOAGA Championships adminlast_img read more

Too soon to harvest

first_imgToo Soon MonsoonWheatusOut 21 November”Who are Wheatus?” you might ask. Well, once upon a time (in fact, back in the days when GCSEs were still a worrying prospect) Wheatus briefly bothered the charts with the single Teenage Dirtbag. Don’t pretend you don’t remember it, because you know very well that the painful memory of that song will be with you forever. Ttragically, after reaching the dizzy heights of singles chart success with their debut offering, the story took a turn for the worse. The band’s profile rapidly declined, with the result that they were dropped by Sony-Columbia Records two years ago. Too Ssoon Monsoon, the group’s third album, was therefore entirely produced by lead singer and songwriter Brendan Brown and will be released through a small independent label.Not that Brown is bitter of course, what with developing a new range of “Suck Fony” merchandise and singing about corporate dominance. Those evil executives at the record companies get a very bad press generally, and there are plenty of examples of record bosses destroying artistic freedom and overlooking true musical genius. Fair play to them though, sometimes their judgements are spot on. The artistic freedom which Brown seems to have been demanding from his old label is the freedom to continue writing mediocre pop-rock and get paid for it, and now he has just that. Oh, and he whacks in the odd swear word, just to make it clear that he has, you know, strong feelings. Aall in all there is nothing offensively bad about Wwheatus’ music, it’s just unforgiveably bland. Ppropelled mostly by simple guitar riffs, the more upbeat songs are reasonable but instantly forgettable, such as the opener Something Good. But these louder songs do provide a good showcase for one of the bands’ main assets, their female backing singers. Eeasily the most irritating thing about is Brown’s nasal whine, and so the harmonies provided on the big choruses are a welcome relief. Iin fact Who Would Have Thought? is possibly the best song on the album, probably because it was written and sung by backing singer Katherine Froggatt without Brown’s intrusion.Regrettably, further attempts to expand the group’s sound have resulted in the appearance of some highly dodgy, Wwurlitzer-style organ effects, the main offender being The London Sun, which sounds like a Rrobbie Wwilliams song being spat out by a funfair.Brown’s songwriting does seem to approach genuine subtlety and emotionin its quieter moments, such as at the start of Hometown, a song about New York and the aftermath of Sseptember 11. But it is just too difficult to identify or sympathise with a voice that is so relentlessly annoying. Being a Wwheatus fan obviously requires a lot of hard work and dedication.Too Soon Monsoon will probably not be easy to find: it’s hard to imagine something this drenched in mediocrity album flying off the shelves without any press coverage or promotion. Hhowever, the band are threatening to tour sometime in the new year, so Wheatus fans will soon get their fix in person. Ssurely there must be some Wheatus fans left, mustn’t there?ARCHIVE: 6th week MT 2005last_img read more

Press release: Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Nepal – November 2019

first_img 2014 to 2016 No.10, Assistant Private Secretary to the Prime Minister 2013 to 2014 FCO, Deputy Head, Crisis Management Department 2017 to present FCO, Additional Director, Eastern Europe and Central Asia Directorate Ms Nicola Pollitt has been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal in succession to Mr Richard Morris who will be transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment. Ms Pollitt will take up her appointment during November 2019.CURRICULUM VITAEFull name: Nicola Kathryn PollittHusband: Mark PerrinChildren: One daughter and one son Further information 2006 to 2009 Oslo, Second Secretary (Political) 2010 to 2011 Kabul, Head, Political Team For journalists 2011 to 2013 Cabinet Office, Senior Policy Advisor for Afghanistan, Pakistan and Indiacenter_img Follow the Foreign Office on Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn 2016 to 2017 FCO, Somalia Conference Coordinator Email [email protected] 2003 to 2004 FCO, Head of Child Abduction Unit, Consular Directorate Media enquiries 2004 to 2006 FCO, Desk Officer for EU Policy on Asia, EU Directorate Follow the Foreign Office on Twitter @foreignoffice and Facebooklast_img read more