The ex-husband of a woman who was found dead inside of her Weston home reportedly committed suicide after authorities arrived to his home to question him.The incident occurred Thursday night.According to the report, the Highlands County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team, the U.S. Marshall’s Taskforce and BSO deputies arrived at 39-year-old Angel Garcia Sanchez’ home to question him. When they knocked on the door, authorities say Sanchez did not answer, however, several moments later, they heard gunshots from inside.When authorities eventually entered the home they found Sanchez dead of a self -inflicted gunshot wound.His ex-wife, 34-year-old Carolyn Espinosa, was found dead in her home Wednesday.Authorities say she recently filed for divorce from Sanchez.They leave behind three children under the age of 13.
Officials in Georgia have released footage of the moment police found a newborn baby who had been abandoned in a plastic bag on the side of the road.The discovery was made on June 6th in Cumming, Georgia.According to the report, residents in the area contacted the police after they heard the infant crying and discovered her wrapped inside of a yellow plastic bag and placed in a wooded area.Responding officers wrapped the infant, which they believe to have been just hours old at the time, in a jacket and took her to an area hospital to be checked out.Despite being wrapped in a plastic bag for hours, the infant is said to be “thriving.”Authorities, however, say they are still searching for the infant’s mother and have even decided to release the footage of the moment the infant they named India, was discovered in hopes that someone may recognize the infant or may know something about the case.As of now, India remains in the care of the Georgia Department of Family and Children.Authorities reported that though this is a criminal case, the mother may avoid charges under certain circumstances..
New Zealand upstaged India in the semi-final of World Cup. India is all set to play a bilateral series against West Indies which starts on August 3. Ravi Shastri and support staff has been given an extention of 45 days. New Delhi: After a semi-final exit against New Zealand in the ICC World Cup 2019, the Indian team is all set to play a full bilateral series against West Indies. Ravi Shastri and the support staff has been given a 45-day extension and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has already invited application for the vacant position. It is known that the likes of Mahela Jayawardene, Tom Moody, and Jonty Rhoades have applied for their respective interest role.Former Indian cricketer Robin Singh also threw his hat in the ring for the high-profile head coach’s role. After applying for the position, he made a bold statement about Shastri and how the current Indian coach has fared under him in the knock-out stages of the tournaments, hosted by the ICC.“Under the current coach, India has lost in the semi-finals of two successive ODI World Cups, and in the last four stage of the World Twenty20 championship as well,” the 55-year-old Singh was quoted as saying in Times Now.Singh also talked about the importance of reading into the player’s thoughts and formulating tactics as per that. The veteran feels that it’s essential for a coach to put himself/herself in the player’s shoes in order to understand the game better.“You got to transport yourself mentally into the game, put yourself in situations that the team and the players face, be a part of the moves, get into the players’ mind. You can do this, only if you understand the game technically,” he added. highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
AHEAD FRANCE 2019Determined to walk the talk of ensuring adequate preparations for the Senior Women National Team, Super Falcons, that would enable the team compete favourably for honours at the 8th FIFA Women’s World Cup finals in France, the Nigeria Football Federation has approved the boosting of the team’s technical crew ahead of the finals.Per Harlsson has been brought on board as conditioning coach, while Matti Demegard will work as video analyst for the nine-time African champions before and during the World Cup finals. Both were recommended by Head Coach Thomas Dennerby. These additions come on the back of two preparatory tournaments in China and Cyprus, an ongoing one in Spain, scheduled participation in the WAFU B Tournament and final camping programme in the world –renown Avita Resort in Austria, making the Class of 2019 perhaps the most –prepared Super Falcons for any FIFA World Cup finals since the competition was launched 28 years ago.Meanwhile, Coach Thomas Dennerby has told thenff.com that it is important to have good camps as the France 2019 Women’s World Cup finals draw nearer.In an interview at the team’s hotel in San Pedro del Pinatar, Thalasia, Spain, Dennerby insisted that the team will get better with the different camps and tournaments ahead of the big showpiece in France.“It is extremely important to have good camps and have the team together. I think it is also important that most of the players are back in their various clubs and playing games. Both the individuals and team will keep improving.”Explaining the relevance of the new staff to the team, Dennerby said: “The analyst collects clips on players, processes them and the players can come to the analyst a day after the game to see the different situations they were into. We also do it on team base so that we can see defending line, midfield, build up play, finishing and so on. This is very important for the education of the players and technical understanding.“Then we have the conditioning coach who is building the endurance of players as well as speed muscles. His role is to help our players to get quicker and better stamina. He is also a really important part of the team.”Falcons will play Icelandic top division side, UMF Selfoss, on Friday, April 5 before facing Canada Women National Team on Monday, April 8.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram