Oklahoma City Thunder big man Kendrick Perkins and his brother-in-law Quincy Alpough have both been charged with assault after allegedly punching a woman and her brother  outside a Houston nightclub July 20, according to multiple reports.According to  police reports, 28-year-old Perkins and his brother-in-law Alpough were outside Nox nightclub in Harris County, Texas, when they got into an altercation with the complainant, Mikeeta Cotton, after the vehicle she was driving collided with another car in a fender bender accident.According to court documents, Alpough emerged from one of the vehicles and pushed Cotton. At that point, Cotton’s brother got out of the car “to check on her.” He told police that Perkins, who was a passenger in the other car, punched him in the head, causing him to fall to the ground.Cotton alleges Perkins then punched her in the face with a closed fist and knocked her to the ground.A third person in Cotton’s car claims Alpough elbowed her in the throat — knocking her unconscious. All three victims, whose story has been corroborated by additional witnesses, also say that a group of people then kicked them while they were on the ground.The case was originally dismissed in July, but was re-opened after investigators decided there was enough evidence to charge Perkins and Alpough.Perkins was charged with misdemeanor assault and released on $1,000 bond Thursday morning. read more

first_imgParkerTravisProject ManagementMaster’s DelancyKedeishaNeonatal Nursing PalmerRashadiaBusiness ManagementMaster’s Surname NameFirst NameProgram of StudyCourse Level WilliamsKeneshaPediatric Nurse PractitionerAssociate’s HiggsCamardiaBar Professional Training CourseCertification ClarkePamelaAccountingMaster’s GaskinTare-DavniBiochemistry & Computer ScienceBachelor’s Release: TCIG HallLorenInternational Business with MarketingBachelor’s Davidson-SwannJordelLaw with accounting & FinanceBachelor’s Ingham-CharlestinMauvetteHuman Resource ManagementMaster’s InghamEbeniAccountingAssociates HarveyWilbertBar Professional Training CourseCertification WalkinKathyIntelligence & SecurityMaster’s Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, January 25, 2018 – Providenciales – The Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports and Library Services is pleased to publish additional grant awardees for 2018  for tertiary level studies.  The Scholarship Advisory Committee met during the period of January 2018 to review potential  applications after a thorough review of the 2017/18 tertiary education budget was made where the ministry identified saving allowing  additional one-time grant awards. The following twenty six  (26) international awardees were successful based on decisions previously made by the Education Advisory Board on students deemed to have met all criteria but there were insufficient funds.  In total, the Educational Advisory Committee considered forty six (46). This now brings the total number of grants awarded for academic year 2017/18 to 43 and international awards to 69. The Ministry is committed to assisting Turks and Caicos Islanders in pursuit of their Educational endeavors to ensure a qualified workforce and people.  The public is reminded for the upcoming academic year 2018/19, the Ministry welcomes applications for Local and International scholarships and grants which are to be submitted by 30th April, 2018.Award letters will be available from January 29th 2018 and can be picked up at the Ministry of Education in Grand Turk, the Department of Education in Providenciales, during normal working hours, 8am – 4:30pm. McleodAlexanderMarine Biology & EcologyMaster’s EwingLyndonBusiness AdministrationBachelor’s HislopCharmonyEvent ManagementBachelor’s Elliott IIWilliamPre-University Business CoursePre-University course RahmingYvonneProject ManagementMaster’s HiggsCandaceBanking & FinanceMaster’s Castillo MartinezAriellaACCA (Accounting & Finance)Certification GardinerMadisonLawBachelor’s MayhamPhildrekaManagement in a Service EconomyMaster’s GrantTiffanyBusiness ManagementBachelor’s JosephSchaidineAccounting & financeBachelor’s Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:last_img read more

first_imgKolkata: Partha Chatterjee, Trinamool Congress secretary general, has criticised BJP for using a photograph of President Ramnath Kovind worshipping Ram and Sita in the tableaux of Ram Navami rallies.Chatterjee said using the photograph of the President worshiping Ram and Sita in the tableaux of Ram Navami rallies is uncalled for. He said: “Ram has been worshipped in Bengali homes for generations. But never in the past rallies of Ram Navami with arms have been taken out in Bengal.” Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataChatterjee said BJP is trying to incite people belonging to one community against the other in the name of religion. Abhishek Banerjee, Trinamool Youth Congress president, while addressing a political rally recently alleged: “BJP is using the name of Ram to win elections. It is a shame that the faith of thousands of people has been used for political gains.” Meanwhile, the state government is leaving no stone unturned to ensure peaceful law and order situation in the state on the occasion of Ram Navami on Sunday where a number of rallies will be taken out. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateThe state government has already banned public display of weapons during Ram Navami processions and permission have been given only to traditional rallies. The Election Commission has agreed to the state’s plea for two companies of Central forces — one each for Barrackpore and Asansol for beefing up security during Ram Navami. Special police observer Vivek Dubey held a meeting with Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajesh Kumar at the Kolkata Port Trust guest house on Friday where the former had instructed Kumar to have proper security arrangements in place for Ram Navami on Sunday. Dubey, who left the city on Saturday to brief the second phase poll preparedness in Bengal to the Election Commission of India (ECI) in Delhi, said: “The state administration will make security arrangements for Ram Navami. I am concerned with the second phase of elections and so I am going to Delhi,” Dubey told reporters at the city airport. BJP state president Dilip Ghosh however, conducted a rally with weapons at Kharagpur on Saturday. Trinamool Congress will lodge a complaint with the Election Commission alleging violation of the state government’s ban against the display of weapons.last_img read more