An off-duty officer spotted two suspicious people driving a truck early Wednesday in an area under construction on Peach Tree Drive in Chatham.Chatham-Kent police reportedly found the truck leaving the area at a high rate of speed with the tailgate down and several sheets of plywood in the back.The officer who began a traffic stop saw 11 sheets of plywood in the box of the truck valued at approximately $500.A 34-year-old Wallaceburg woman was arrested and charged with theft under $5,000 and being in possession of property obtained by a crime under $5,000. She was released with a court date.The second woman, a 38-year-old woman of no fixed address, was arrested and charged with theft under $5,000 and being in possession of property obtained by a crime under $5,000. She was also arrested on an outstanding warrant for failing to attend court. She was held for bail.Assault chargeA vehicle parked without permission in a person’s driveway sparked a Tuesday night argument between the property owner and his unwanted visitors.A female passenger in the vehicle exited during the squabble and allegedly struck the man. The vehicle then fled prior to police arrival.Through investigation, police identified the woman and she was arrested later that night.The 23-year-old woman was charged with assault and released with a court date.Man charged with theftPolice responded to a shoplifting complaint last week at Sobeys in Blenheim.Through investigation, police identified the man wanted for allegedly stealing $190 worth of groceries.On Tuesday afternoon, police found the man in Chatham and he was arrested.The 33-year-old Chatham man was charged with theft under $5,000. He was released with a court date.Warrant arrestOn Tuesday night, police arrested a man wanted for reportedly breaching conditions of his probation order.The 25-year-old Chatham man was arrested and released with a court date.The man, also wanted by the OPP, was then turned over to their officers for court purposes.Crash investigatedEmergency crews responded to a two-vehicle collision on Communication Road near Drury Line Tuesday morning.Two vehicles were travelling south on Communication Road when one vehicle rear-ended the other, causing it to hit a hydro pole, police said.A 24-year-old Chatham woman and her two-year-old daughter were taken to hospital as a precaution.A 29-year-old Chatham man was charged with careless driving.Total damage was estimated at $25,000.Tool theftSome time over the past couple of days, someone entered a shed on Dufferin Avenue and stole a welder, two chainsaws and various tools.Anyone with information is asked to contact Const. Kyle Bakker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-436-6600 ext. 87320.Anonymous callers may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) and may be eligible for a cash reward.Break and enterPolice responded to a break and enter Wednesday morning at the Subway restaurant on St. Clair Street in Chatham.Damage to the front glass doors was estimated at $1,000.Police believe the suspect is a thin, 5’6″ white man in his early 20s. He was last seen wearing a red bandana, a red ball cap, a black hoodie, baggy dark-coloured pants and white running shoes.Anyone with information is asked to contact Const. Will Sharrow at email@example.com or 519-436-6600 ext. 84996, or Crime Stoppers.
Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material South African mountain biking fans are in for a treat. Pietermaritzburg has been awarded the opening round of the 2012 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup and the 2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships. The announcement was made on Friday after a meeting of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Management Committee, and comes on the back of the successful hosting of the opening round of the 2011 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup. The report, based on feedback from, among others, technical delegates and riders, was overwhelmingly positive and reflected favourably on the strides made since South Africa first hosted a UCI MTB World Cup event two years ago. There will also be another addition, starting with next year’s 2012 UCI MTB World Cup, which will comprise 10 events in nine countries on three continents, with seven rounds for each of the traditional disciplines: a cross-country eliminator, in which several rounds will go towards a final ranking, will be run over a 2 000 metre short course and add to the action. Those eight days are divided into two: 21 to 25 August and 29 Aug to 1 September. They include trials, which have not yet been held in Pietermaritzburg. The other events are cross country, downhill and four-cross. “The terrain of the region also lends itself to cycling activities,” he added. PerspectivePutting the 2013 event into perspective, Lenferna explained: “The World Champs are about three to four times bigger than the World Cup and take place over eight days.” A report by the UCI on South Africa’s 2011 World Cup event concluded: “In all aspects, the event improved a lot after a first experience in 2009.” Overwhelmingly positive 21 June 2011 “The 2012 World Cup is going to be bigger and will be important as a preparatory event for the 2013 World Championships,” Lenferna said. “Cyclists who haven’t been to Pietermaritzburg before will need to visit in 2012 because it will be their only chance to see the course before the 2013 World Champs.” Rising stars, like Andrew Neethling, who finished tenth in the downhill in the World Cup in Pietermaritzburg this year, bode well for the future of mountain biking in South Africa. Stander is also among the world’s elite, having won on the World Cup circuit, and is a former under-23 world champion as well as this year’s Absa Cape Epic winner alongside Swiss legend Christoph Sauser. HotspotWhy has Pietermaritzburg become such a hotspot for cycling in South Africa, hosting UCI-endorsed mountain biking, BMX and road cycling events in recent years? Lenferna says it’s simple – the KwaZulu-Natal government and the city have put themselves fully behind the events. “They went the events,” he said. Of course, the fact that Minnaar remains one of the world’s elite downhill riders is a huge positive, so too is the fact that the country’s leading cross-country rider, Burry Stander, hails from Port Shepstone on the KwaZulu-Natal coast. ‘Incredibly good advice’“Greg’s always been a strong supporter [of Pietermaritzburg],” he said, “but, more than that, he’s been a point of contact, offering incredibly good advice and ideas of what would work from his experiences at events overseas.” Event organiser Alec Lenferna is the man who was behind the first two World Cup events and will be the man behind the forthcoming competitions in 2012 and 2013. Improvement can be expected every time an event is hosted, he told SAinfo. The fact that Pietermaritzburg has a three-time World Cup overall winner and former World Championship winner in Greg Minnaar has also played a big role in drawing support from local MTB enthusiasts for the UCI MTB World Cup events but, Lenferna let on, Minnaar has done more than be a star for South African mountain bike fans to rally around.
Tags:#cloud#cloud computing#saas Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… The news of Google Wave’s demise caught many of us by surprise. The service had been available for only about a year. It had just joined Google Apps. Google maintained that they had not seen strong adoption. This may be true but it did have a core community that is none too pleased about Google’s decision.So much so that a group has created “Save Google Wave,” a website dedicated to keeping Google Wave from being shuttered. The site provides different ways for people to express their support for Google Wave. As of this evening more than 19,400 people have given a “thumbs up,” for saving the service. The Twitter account has 360 followers. More than 250 people have retweeted the site and 70 have given it a Digg.Oh yes, and you can buy a t-shirt or a button. We’re not sure what that is for except perhaps to give the developers a bit for the work they are doing to raise awareness. It would help if they provided a disclaimer of some sort. These are not huge numbers. But more illuminating are the emails in support of Google Wave. These include those from a physicist, a student collaborating on a novel with his girlfriend and a software developer.“I am a technology student and have been working on a fiction novel for past few months. I collaborate with my girlfriend for the story who lives across the world. Google wave gives us a great way to Add, edit, argue, change, disagree and elaborate on the story all at once in real time. I see no other tool can provide that in present date. I love it. It’s a bit ahead of time product for sure, I think it should be worth waiting for people to come up with ways to use it in time. “Save Google Wave shows the effect that a large company like Google can have. To its credit, Google is releasing much of the technology to the open-source community. Unfortunately, many of the supporters may not be technically oriented to develop a service from open-source components. But perhaps their numbers will be strong enough to make Google at least think a bit more about the impact it has when a service is shuttered. alex williams Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…
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