Man Sentenced For Illegally Exporting Night Vision Devices – Baytownsun.com: Texas Ap News

Forty-six-year-old David Kelley of Richmond, Texas, was sentenced Monday in federal court in Baltimore. According to his plea agreement, Kelley ran a business that sold military-style items, including night vision devices, on eBay. Prosecutors say Kelley circumvented regulations which prohibited the unlicensed export of some U.S. munitions, including the night vision devices. Authorities say in 2011, Kelley agreed to ship a device to a federal agent in Baltimore posing as a buyer from New Zealand. Prosecutors say Kelley demanded additional payment for risking prosecution for violating the regulation. Police Beat – Attempted kidnapping Rules of Conduct 1 Keep it Clean.
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Details emerge in Saturday night crash that killed Havasu man in Polaris RZR – Havasu News: News

Details emerge in Saturday night crash that killed Havasu man in Polaris RZR By MARCEL LOUIS-JACQUES/Today’s News-Herald Havasu News | 0comments The victim in Saturday nights fatal two-vehicle crash has been identified as 27-year-old, Samuel Bradley of Lake Havasu City. According to a Lake Havasu Police Department investigation, Bradleys 2011 Polaris RZR was parked in the middle of London Bridge Road with its lights off, when it was struck by a 2013 Chevrolet Passenger. The driver, 18-year-old Stevie Anderson, was traveling southbound on the dimly lit street, and had no time to react when the RZR came into her line of vision. The LHPD investigation determined Anderson was driving within the 35 mile-per-hour speed limit, and showed no signs of impairment.
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Details emerge in Saturday night crash that killed Havasu man in Polaris RZR – Havasu News: News

The driver, 18-year-old Stevie Anderson, was traveling southbound on the dimly lit street, and had no time to react when the RZR came into her line of vision. The LHPD investigation determined Anderson was driving within the 35 mile-per-hour speed limit, and showed no signs of impairment. The impact ejected Bradley from his vehicle, and he instantly succumbed to his injuries. Anderson suffered no apparent bodily harm.
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Papa John’s committed to hiring employees with disabilities

For reservations call 865.523.0491 (2-9-15). Post to Facebook Papa Johns committed to hiring employees with disabilities The “Fulfilling the Vision” dinner benefiting the Cerebral Palsy Center is Friday night at the Foundry. For reservations call 865.523.0491 (2-9-15). Check out this story on WBIR.com: http://on.wbir.com/1DdhBZj CancelSend A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.
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