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first_img WhatsApp Google+ Twitter Facebook Previous articleNew plane being bought for Donegal – Dublin serviceNext articleSupreme Court may sit in Donegal – Chief Justice News Highland Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Letterkenny resident charged with human trafficking Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic By News Highland – February 13, 2018 Homepage BannerNewscenter_img Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Google+ WhatsApp Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Facebook Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme A Letterkenny resident, who is facing a human trafficking charge under brand new legislation, had his case put back to November, at Sligo Circuit Court today.40-year-old Sorin Cirpaci, Fortwell Court, Letterkenny is charged with trafficking Mr Gheorgha Bogdan in a period from May 28 to September 9 2015 at a car wash on Pearse Road Sligo.Co-accused, 35-year-old Augustin Covaci, Seaview Drive, Cartron Point, Sligo is facing an identical charge.This is the first prosecution under the updated Human Trafficking legislation and, carries, on conviction, a maximum penalty of 14 years to life imprisonment.When the case was called at today’s sitting of Sligo Circuit Court, it was adjourned to the November sitting.The court was told the case could last for up to eight days. Pinterest Pinterestlast_img

first_imgLatest Stories Granny’s story: Something to believe in Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Sponsored Content Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Skip I already knew all about that because we had learned it in Sunday school. But what our Sunday school teacher didn’t tell us was the best part of the truth about the night the Baby Jesus was born.Mugi said that people all over the world had been waiting for the Baby Jesus to be born. But it was not just people that were waiting. The animals were waiting, too. All the animals all over the world.Now, Mugi said, that when the animals heard the Baby Jesus’ birth cry, they all welcomed Him into the world with their special sound. The cows mooed. The horses whinnied. Donkeys brayed. Wolves howled. Lions roared. Mice squeaked and the elephant trumpeted his welcome.I could image what that must have been like, all the animals welcoming the Baby Jesus with their special sounds.But Mugi said it wasn’t a noisy racket that the animals made. That all of their special sounds blended together to make the most beautiful music and you could hear it all over the world.Then, she said, that all of the animals got down on their knees to worship the Baby Jesus. All over the world, the animals knelt together. Mugi said the most wonderful sight was the baby lamb kneeling right next to a big, ol’ lion. She said that was because the Baby Jesus brought love and peace to the world.Now, all of that happened at midnight on Christmas Eve. And, Mugi said that from that night on, every year at midnight on Christmas Eve, all of the animals all over the world kneel to worship Jesus Christ the Savior of the World.In my child’s mind, that was the most wonderful thought of Christmas – all of the animals kneeling to worship a little baby called Jesus.What I wanted most was to see the animals kneel on Christmas Eve but Mama said little girls couldn’t be running around in the cow pasture at midnight on Christmas Eve. And, it was mighty dark back there, too. So, on Christmas Eve, I would close my eyes and imagine how it must be, the animals kneeling on the cold, cold ground in the quiet of the dark night worshiping the Baby Jesus.And, I knew it was that way because my granny told me so and grannies don’t tell stories. As much as I believed in Santa Claus, I believed even more in my granny.If Mugi said something was true, it was true.Grandmothers don’t tell little children “stories.” Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Email the author When I was going up, a story was something that you told that wasn’t true.“You’d better not be telling me a story,” Mama would say when I was, in fact, not telling her the truth or anywhere close to it.So, what Mugi told me about the night that the Baby Jesus was born was not a story. It was the truth, the real truth about the night the Christ Child was born. 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first_imgiStock(OWASSO, Okla.) — A woman is facing a possible charge of child endangerment in Oklahoma, after police say she left her 14-month-old child in a car for 15 to 20 minutes so that she could go into a liquor store.Police in Owasso said officers were called to the Owasso Wine and Liquor a little after 6:30 p.m. Wednesday after they received a call about a child locked inside a vehicle.There was no key in the ignition and the air “was turned on low, however no air was moving,” the police report said. The front windows were also rolled down 1 to 2 inches, officers said.The child was described as having “red clammy skin tone, sweating and crying hysterically,” the report said.When officers arrived to the store’s parking lot, a bystander could be heard telling them on body-cam footage that she’d initially seen the child lying down in the car.“I can hear him but I can’t see him anymore,” she told the officer as he peered into the locked vehicle and attempted to open the doors.A few moments later, two women including the child’s mother — identified by police as Gretchen Anne Markovics, 24, of Owasso, Oklahoma — could be seen on body-cam footage leaving the store.“Is this your car?” one officer asks the unidentified woman.“Yes, sir,” the woman can be heard saying off camera.“Open it up right now,” the officer says as a child can be heard crying from inside the car.After the woman unlocks the car and opens the driver’s side door, the officer puts her under arrest.“The hell were you thinking?” he asks her.Another officer could then be seen on body-cam footage removing the crying child, wearing only a diaper, from the car as medics were called to the scene. Markovics then appeared on the other side of the vehicle.“I thought the A.C. was on,” Markovics tells officers.“The car isn’t even running,” the officer tells her as he arrests her.The temperature outside was 88 degrees, police said in their report, but it had a real feel of 91 degrees with 59% humidity. The car was parked in direct sunlight with no shade, police said.“Whenever the baby starts sweating, that means the baby is overheated and that can quickly lead to dehydration and heat exhaustion and so on, so we are lucky this child made it out OK,” Owasso police Lt. Nick Boatman told ABC News affiliate KTUL-TV.The child was treated by medics and then taken to a hospital as a precaution, police said.Markovics was transported to Tulsa County Jail and being held on $25,000 bond. It was unclear if she had a lawyer, according to the jail. Her next court date was scheduled for July 5.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img

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