2 arrested for beating fisherman to death

first_img…cops hunting for 3 others – PoliceTwo men have been arrested for beating to death 20-year-old fisherman Alvin Seenarine, and seriously injuring his brother at Zeelugt, East Bank Essequibo (EBE).Crime Chief (ag) Michael KingstonThis is according to Crime Chief (ag) Michael Kingston, who confirmed to Guyana Times on Saturday that the two suspects are currently in the lock-ups as the probe continues. Kingston said that the police are also hunting for three other individuals who are linked to the beatings/murder.Alvin also called “Chockoloo”, of Lot 820 G Zeelugt North, EBE, along with his brother, Devendra, had visited a relative’s home located in the same village and were reported to have been imbibing alcohol. The brothers left at about 22:45h but shortly afterwards, residents in the area said that they heard a loud commotion and rushed to investigate.One resident related that it was noticed that three men armed with instruments were beating Devendra, who is presently at the West Demerara Regional Hospital (WDRH) battling for his life.The other brother, Alvin, was discovered in a motionless state a short distance away from his injured brother with multiple wounds about his body.Residents picked up Alvin along with his brother and transported them to the Leonora Cottage Hospital.However, by the time the two brothers arrived at the hospital, one was already dead.Alvin was pronounced dead on arrival while his brother was immediately admitted for emergency medical treatment.As a result of the severity of his injuries, Devendra was subsequently transferred to the WDRH for further treatment where he was admitted. There he remains, up to press time, in a serious condition.The matter was then reported to the police who immediately began hunting for the three alleged assailants.last_img read more

Oilers denied title by Foothill

first_imgFoothill (28-1), which also received three goals from Kealy McLain and two from Jessica Kutcher, led 5-1 after the first quarter and never was really threatened after that. “We didn’t take good shots,” said Montebello coach Kenny Clements, whose team finished with a 24-6 record. “We had good shots, we just didn’t take them. LONG BEACH – Montebello High School’s quest for a CIF-Southern Section girls water polo title will have to wait for another year. Foothill’s Amber Oland made 14 saves and Noel Umphrey scored four goals to lead the Knights to an 11-4 victory over the Oilers on Tuesday night in the Division I championship game at Belmont Plaza Pool. The key point of the game came early in the third quarter when Oland made saves on three consecutive possessions to prevent the Oilers from cutting into an 8-2 deficit. [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3061 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img “(Oland) is the best goalie we’ve faced, but we just didn’t shoot well today.” The Oilers, who received two goals from Priscilla Orozco, led 1-0 on an Orozco goal 30 seconds into the contest. But Football scored the next five goals, including two from Kutcher, to lead 5-1. “(Foothill) moved the ball around real well,” Clements said. “But I think we looked like we were asleep (on defense) sometimes. “They were getting what they wanted and they were accurate with their shots.” Oland ended any chance of a Montebello comeback by stopping three shots in the third quarter and four in the fourth. last_img read more