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By By Terri Moon Cronk, DoD News, Defense Media Activity October 07, 2016 AMERICA PARA LOS AMERICANOS, AUN CON LAS DESGRACIAS NATURALES QUE LLEGAN AL GRAN PAIS DEL NORTE, ESA MANO AMIGA DE APOYO Y ALIANZA NO FALLA. QUE EL ETERNO SIGA BENDICIENDOLOS CON PROGRESOS Y EXITOS. U.S. military assistance is on the ground in Haiti to assist and support the Caribbean island nation with the impact felt from Hurricane Matthew on October 4th and 5th, Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook told reporters on October 6th. Cook said as the team is stood up, the United States and Defense Department will coordinate needs for U.S. military assistance with interagency partners and the Haitian government, he added. Defense Secretary Ash Carter is getting regular updates, Cook said. “He and the rest of DoD are tracking the hurricane … as it threatens the U.S. East Coast,” he added, noting that the U.S. Agency for International Development sent a request for assistance, and the secretary has given approval to U.S. Southern Command to spend up to $11 million in overseas humanitarian, disaster, and civic aid funds for disaster relief. The funding includes transportation in the Caribbean, airfield support assessment and airfield operation support, he said. read more
Zlatan Ibrahimovic wants a full house tonight for his AC Milan return. AC Milan coach Stefano Pioli, meanwhile, wants to reduce the euphoria around the Swede. Ibrahimovic on target as AC Milan whitewash Rhodense 9-0 “He is not the saviour of the country and will not solve all the problems. Of course it is an advantage to have him, but he will not win the matches by himself. We have to do more,” said Pioli. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… The 38 year-old striker will make his ‘second’ debut tonight against Sampdoria. “How many spectators are expected in San Siro? 60,000? Well, I want at least 70,000, otherwise I won’t play,” said the Swede.Advertisement read more
Brookville, IN—In the early afternoon hours on Saturday, investigators with the Brookville Police Department executed a residential search warrant. The focus of the search warrant was a residence located in a mobile home park in the southern portion of Brookville.A search of the property resulted in officers with the Brookville Police Department discovering the following items which were seized:A crystalline substance, which field-tested positive for the presence of Methamphetamine.Multiple items of Drug Paraphernalia. A green leafy substance, identified to be Marijuana.4. Multiple digital scales.The owner of the residence, William Darrell Wooton, of Brookville, Indiana was immediately taken into custody by investigating officers. Wooton was transported to the Franklin County Security Center in lieu of bond and was booked on the charges of Conspiracy to Deal in Methamphetamine with Enhancing Circumstances, Possession of Methamphetamine with Enhancing Circumstances, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. read more