For his part, Sibalom mayor Gian Carlo Occeña issued an official statement condemning the fraudulent act done by Marron. SAN JOSE, Antique – For transporting liquor, an ambulance driver was arrested at the border checkpoint in Barangay Fabrica, Hamtic, Antique.There is an ongoing liquor ban in this province despite shifting from enhanced community quarantine to general community quarantine.The suspect was identified as 33-year-old Emmanuel Marron of Barangay Olaga, Sibalom. He is a regular Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office employee of the local government unit (LGU) there. Marron was only supposed to pick up residents of Sibalom stranded in Iloilo who wanted to go home.Nine boxes of 375ml liquor were found by police inside Marron’s driven ambulance while checking his and his passenger’s documents Thursday morning.Marron was brought to the Sibalom municipal police station, facing charges for violation of Executive Orders 35 to 45-A issued by Gov. Rhodora Cadiao, in relation to Article 151 of the Revised Penal Code (Resistance and Disobedience to a Person in Authority). Police personnel conduct quarantine checkpoint at the border of Barangay Fabrica, Hamtic, Antique. An ambulance driver was arrested there on May 7 for transporting nine boxes of liquor. PNP HAMTIC ANTIQUE He said the incident is an outright violation of the existing executive orders of this province, and it destroyed the good intentions of Sibalom LGU.Occeña added that Marron should face the consequences of his act./PN
For members of the USC track and field team, the meet the Trojans have been waiting for all season has finally arrived.The Trojans will face off against UCLA on Saturday at Drake Stadium in Westwood, Calif., in the 77th annual dual meet, with the USC men’s team leading the series 41-35, while the women’s team is at a 5-21 deficit.The two teams will go head-to-head for the first time since USC swept the dual meet last year at the Katherine B. Loker Stadium.In last year’s edition of the dual meet, the Trojans topped the Bruins in both the women’s and men’s events.“Our expectation coming into the season is to win the dual meet,” USC coach Ron Allice said at the outset of the outdoor season. “Everything we do is building up to that meet.”Last season, the dual meet between USC and UCLA turned out to be the deciding factor in the Gauntlet Trophy, the annual all-sport competition between USC and UCLA. Several Trojans will try to build on strong performances at last year’s dual meet, while others attempt to rebound from tough appearances. Senior Ahmad Rashad will look to make up for his false start and disqualification in last year’s 100-meter dash.Senior Nate Anderson and sophomores Duane Walker and Joey Hughes will return to the dual meet after helping clinch last year’s contest as members of the men’s 4×400-meter relay team.For the USC women, junior Zsofia Erdelyi will try and duplicate her terrific performance from 2009, where she won the women’s 5,000-meter and 1,500-meter runs.USC is also hoping for strong races from season-long stalwarts like senior hurdler Shalina Clarke and senior sprinter Elizabeth Olear, both of whom have posted times in their respective events that rank among the best in the nation.For USC, the meet will be a chance to prove its strength before heading into what Allice termed “championship time.”Following the dual meet, the Trojans will compete in the Pac-10 championships and the NCAA championships to close out the 2010 track season.
Class of 2017 forward Oshae Brissett has verbally committed to Syracuse, he announced Saturday night. He chose SU over offers from Oregon, Memphis and Southern California, among others.Brissett is the Orange’s first commit in the 2017 class. He’s ranked with four stars by ESPN, with three stars by 247Sports.com’s composite rankings and with three stars according to Scout.com.247Sports’ composite ranking lists Brissett as the 138th best player in the 2017 class. Brissett is listed at 6 feet 9 inches and 190 pounds according to multiple recruiting sites. He’s a native of Ontario, Canada.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNext season, Syracuse has five available scholarships if all eligible players return. SU’s forwards eligible to play in 2017-18 are Paschal Chukwu, Tyler Lydon, Matthew Moyer and Taurean Thompson. The Orange will have 11 scholarships — rather than the typical 13 — as a result of the NCAA’s sanctions against SU. Published on November 13, 2016 at 11:54 am Contact Paul: email@example.com | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments