Harbour View have scored back-to-back victories for the first time this season and Fabian Taylor, the coach of the Red Stripe Premier League outfit, says his players are feeling much more confident about themselves as the new year approaches.The Stars of the East who have been struggling in the bottom half of the table all season, registered 3-0 and 2-0 wins over Montego Bay United and Mount Pleasant respectively, in their last two encounters.These victories have pushed Harbour View up from tenth to ninth in the standings on 19 points. Reno with 17, Montego Bay 16 and Dunbeholden 13, are the bottom three teams in the competition.Taylor, who recently took over the head coaching duties following the resignation of Ricardo Gardner, said the team has been playing much better over the past two games, but they still have a lot of work to do.”I am feeling a little better than before knowing that we have won two straight games with zero goals against,” said Taylor.Still work to do”We have been struggling to win games and to win two on the trot at the end of the year is very pleasing,” he said.”We still have a lot of work to do. We just have to keep our heads down and work a little harder,” Taylor said.He pointed out that his players have been working harder in training because they are a lot more committed and focused.He added that his club will be very active when the transfer window opens next week as they are set to lose a number of players.”We are probably going to lose some players, but I don’t want to mention their names as yet. So we are going to have to bring in players,” Taylor stated.The Premier League is set to resume on January 6.
“We ran a set of prints to see how long it would take and to determine the fee,” West Covina police Cmdr. Mark Tedesco said. The first set of prints entered into the system were traced back to Francisco Lopez Jr., 19, of La Puente, who was arrested Monday by the West Covina police on suspicion of grand theft auto, Tedesco said. The fast results have excited the officers at the Walnut/Diamond Bar Station. “The fingerprint recovery program is a wonderful addition to Diamond Bar and the ongoing crime prevention and neighborhood watch program,” Clarke said. Before the program began, the Walnut/Diamond Bar Station had its fingerprints analyzed by the county sheriff. But due to the large number of prints dropped off at the station each day, certain crimes such as car burglaries were lower priority compared to rape and murder, Tedesco said. “It may take three to four months because they are serving such a large area,” Tedesco said. “With the new program, prints can be processed within a week as compared to months.” Maxey is encouraged by the early progress. “It is a successful program,” he said. “It’s great and it just shows that the city of Diamond Bar always stays on the cutting edge of enhancing public safety.” firstname.lastname@example.org (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2303160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! DIAMOND BAR – The sheriff’s Walnut/Diamond Bar Station has started a new program to get fingerprints faster from crime scenes and to get a head start on catching culprits. A technician trained in print recovery can now respond immediately to various crimes. In the past, the sheriff’s crime laboratory was sent to recover fingerprints, and response time could take days, officials said. And the station is working out a deal in which they can take the fingerprints to the West Covina Police Department and get them processed quicker, rather than take them to the sheriff’s crime lab. While details have not yet been finalized, officials said they are encouraged by early results. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREFrumpy Middle-aged Mom: My realistic 2020 New Year’s resolutions. Some involve doughnuts.“Within the first week \, we have arrested someone on prints,” sheriff’s Lt. Joe Maxey said. “This is wonderful for the city,” said Sandy Clarke, law enforcement technician for the Walnut/Diamond Bar Station. “I think this is one of the best things they could have done to help catch people and deter others from committing crimes.” Clarke was transferred from her position in crime prevention to law enforcement technician after undergoing three weeks of training at the the sheriff’s crime lab. She is responsible for lifting prints at crime scenes and having them analyzed. On July 31, Clarke took a variety of prints to the West Covina police to have them analyzed and to help establish the terms of the contract.