first_img Two high-risk sex offenders who targeted young girls have registered with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office as living homeless locally.Bryan Phillip Hiller and Joseph Leofredo Garcia are classified as Level 3 sex offenders, the group considered most likely to commit new sex crimes, according to bulletins from the Sex Offender Registration Unit of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.Hiller, 50, has been convicted of second-degree incest involving a 12-year-old girl; and three counts of luring a girl, 14, a boy, 12, and a 6-year-old girl who were playing in a construction area. His bulletin says he tried to entice them into his van.He is white, 6 feet 2 inches tall and 220 pounds. His eyes and hair are brown.Garcia, 44, has been convicted of third-degree rape of a child, a 15-year-old girl; indecent exposure to a 17-year-old girl whom he asked to perform oral sex; and third-degree rape of another child, a 15-year-old girl, the bulletin said.He is white, 5 feet 8 inches tall and 170 pounds, with brown eyes and gray hair. He drives a light-blue 1989 Ford Aerostar minivan with Washington license AFE3299.Hiller and Garcia are not being sought by police. They are monitored by the sheriff’s registration unit and the Sex Offender Tracking Unit of the Vancouver Police Department. Bryan Phillip Hillerlast_img read more

first_img RelatedAirports are ‘the new real estate’Spurred by liberalisation, international airline investment strategy is increasingly becoming a game of real estate.BMI branches expand in different directionsThe bmibaby low cost branch of the business has this week announced new flight routes from Manchester Airport.Open Skies opens new chapter in transatlantic competitionA historic corner has been turned in transatlantic aviation, with the EU-US Open Skies agreement now operative. A leading Indian airline is reportedly taking a new approach to securing highly coveted landing spots at west London hub Heathrow.Jet Airways has been alerted to the holding of 11 per cent of Heathrow landing slots by British Midland (BMI) and is reportedly seeking a takeover of the airline in order to cement its London footing.Jet Airways, the largest domestic airline in India, was claimed by the Sunday Telegraph to have approached BMI chairman Sir Michale Bishop with a view to buying out his 51 per cent stake in the firm.An aviation consultant told the Times of India: “Sir Michael Bishop owns 51 per cent stake in UK carrier British Midland (BMI). BMI has control over 11 per cent slots in Heathrow and Jet Airways has approached Sir Bishop for controlling stakes in the carrier. In some ways, it’s a repetition of the Air Sahara buyout. We are looking at gaining slots in major airports during peak hours by buying stakes in airlines that are rich in this aspect.”Competition for a BMI buyout could be high, with Heathrow transatlantic flyers BA and Virgin Atlantic already voicing an interest, alongside Lufthansa – already nearly a 30 per cent stake-holder in the firm.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more