Dowagiac Police seeking man accused of possessing child pornography

first_img WhatsApp Twitter Facebook WhatsApp Facebook (Photo supplied/Dowagiac Police Department) The Dowagiac Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a person wanted for child pornography charges.They’re looking for Kevin Hanner, 52. He’s wanted on seven counts of aggravated possession of child sexually abusive material and five counts of possession of child sexually abusive material.Anybody with information about where Hanner is should contact the Dowagiac Police Department at 269-782-9743 or their anonymous tip line at 800-462-9328. Pinterest Google+ Google+ By Jon Zimney – March 6, 2021 0 293 Previous articleSouth Bend man arrested after K9 sniffs out 30 pounds of marijuanaNext articleAccused bank robber behind bars after allegedly missing court dates Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Pinterest Dowagiac Police seeking man accused of possessing child pornography Twitter IndianaLocalNewslast_img read more

Saint Mary’s announces election results

first_imgThe results of elections for the class presidents, vice presidents and senators that will join the Student Government Association’s (SGA) president- and vice president-elect, juniors McKenna Schuster and Sam Moorehead, were announced Thursday, Graci Martsching, the assistant director of student involvement and multicultural services, said.“The election process is always dynamic,” Martsching said. “We were lucky to have so many passionate women wanting to serve their community. The Saint Mary’s community responded to that passion by having more students vote this year than in recent years.”  Keri O’Mara | The Observer Marsching said the 842 votes received in this year’s student elections was roughly 700 more votes cast than last year.Juniors Lauren Osmanski and Victoria Wilbraham will represent next year’s senior class as president and vice president. Sophomore Lindsay Rzepecki will serve as president for the class of 2016 and sophomore Maddie Kohler as the class’s senator. The class of 2017 president and vice president will be first years Ellen Raymond and Margaret Carswell, respectively. The class of 2017 elected first year Mary Claire Burchett as their senator.“As class of ’17 president and vice president, we promise to focus on the needs and desires of our class,” Raymond said in her platform. “By focusing on the core values of a Saint Mary’s woman, we hope to emphasize the importance of teamwork, sisterhood and community.”Raymond said she and Carswell hope to integrate their class in campus-wide activities. They stated they held particular interest in improving the communication between the class board and the overarching student body through social media and effective advertising and in increasing the board’s reliability and instilling trust between the student body and their leaders. Sophomore Kaitlyn Baker and first year McKenzie Johnson were elected as president and vice president, respectively, of the Resident Hall Association (RHA).Juniors Callie Brown and vice president Maeve Curley will head the Student Diversity Board (SDB) as president and vice president in the coming school year. As a fourth-year members of SDB, Brown and Curly expect to continue and expand upon the club’s mission, Brown said.“We plan to unite the Saint Mary’s College community in celebration of the diversity of every Saint Mary’s Belle,” Brown said. “We plan to emphasize diversity in all its forms, including socio-economic backgrounds, sexual orientation, faiths, ethnicities and unique abilities.”The board intends to use the campus as a venue to learn about diversity through meaningful social and educational events, Brown said. The president- and vice president-elect said that this aligned perfectly with their goal for the board’s main annual event, the Diverse Students’ Leadership Conference.“We plan to increase the magnitude of this year’s Diverse Students’ Leadership Conference as we celebrate its 10th anniversary,” Brown said. Brown and Curley said they wanted to work with the College administration to increase the enrollment and retention of students with diverse backgrounds.The Student Activities Board (SAB) will welcome junior Arianna Thelen and sophomore Colleen Michael as president and vice president for next year. Their platform statet they intend to encourage community participation ie social and recreational events on campus.“We will ensure involvement by holding alcohol-free alternatives during weekends and getting other clubs and associations on campus involved,” Thelen said.Tags: elections, Saint Mary’s College, Student Activities Board, Student Diversity Board, Student Government Associationlast_img read more

All Non-critical PBC Businesses, Parks, Golf Courses Closed; DeSantis Issues Executive Orders

first_imgPalm Beach County officials announced during a news conference Wednesday afternoon that all non-critical businesses, parks and golf courses (both public and private) in the county are closed as of 4 p.m. Wednesday, “except to the extent necessary to perform minimum basic operations.”County Mayor Dave Kerner explained, “We believe that all the businesses operating in Palm Beach County are essential, but the county administrator and the Executive Policy Group decided to take restrictions one step further and define what is critical and non-critical at this time.”Kerner also addressing executive orders. He said that Gov. Ron DeDantis has issued two executive orders, the first of which limits social gatherings of 10 or more and requests Floridians to work from home or telecommute if possible. The second order is that people over the age of 65 need to stay home in order to limit their chances of exposure to coronavirus.“You need to take responsibility for the future of your health,” Kerner added.Kerner also announced that all non-critical businesses, parks and golf courses (both public and private) in the county will close, beginning Wednesday at 4 p.m.last_img read more

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