Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #TCIpolicecrackdownoncrime Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, November 16, 2017 – Providenciales – It is a crack-down on crime as the TCI Police release their strides in a number of investigations, known and unknown to the general public. On Wednesday, we learned from a Police report that a 34-year-old Provo man is arrested for attempted murder in an over seven year old murder case, according to information from the TCI Police. The man was on Tuesday taken into custody for the murder attempt and suspicion of robbery.An 18 year old Provo man was arrested for handling stolen goods, burglary, stealing a vehicle and possession of marijuana in early October. A 40-year old Grand Turk man was slammed with 30 charges – 10 forgeries, 10 thefts and 10 counts of uttering false documents as a result of two complaints in October; the man has since been charged and granted bail. Plus, in a matter from last week Tuesday – a 17 year old and a 22 year old were charged with possession of marijuana and have been granted bail.Another young man, in a separate matter was charged with burglary and granted bail; the case involving the 25 year old stems from a report made on October 13.Police also say their Financial Crimes unit made an arrest of a man on Friday past who is accused of uttering forged documents in connection to a report made on August 4, 2017. The man is said to be of Nassau, Bahamas and is presently on $50,000 bail.#MagneticMediaNews#TCIpolicecrackdownoncrime Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Dan Cohen AUTHOR The Navy’s plan to add 36 EA-18G Growlers at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in northwest Washington would trigger a four-field increase in field carrier practice landings at Outlying Landing Field Coupeville under the service’s preferred option for expanding its fleet of electronic warfare aircraft. The move faces strong opposition, however, from some residents on Whidbey Island over noise and the strain on local resources resulting from an influx of personnel, reports the Seattle Times. The Navy is scheduled to publish an environmental impact statement later this year, followed by a final decision on the planned expansion by the Navy secretary.Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Scott Wood
IKEA, the Swedish furniture company, 10 percent of whose global cotton suppliers are from India, plans to buy more of the crop from the country for its textile requirements, says a PTI report. In 2015, the company bought 35 percent of its global cotton requirement from India. The textile component accounted for about 70 percent of its overall India purchases valued at about â‚¬315 million. This, the company said, is poised to grow in the coming years.”Till now, IKEA retail was not present in India. Given the retail plan which we have till 2025, obviously sourcing of sustainable textiles from India would increase dramatically even for the local market,” IKEA Cotton Leader Pramod Singh told the agency. The company does not have a preference for genetically-modified cotton over the traditional one, he said. “We are technology neutral in this. It depends on the farmer’s choice,” Singh told PTI.IKEA has firmed up plans to set up a manufacturing base in India, in addition to setting up retail stores. “It is important for us to set up our production (unit) in India,” Peter Agnefjall, IKEA Group President and CEO, was quoted as saying in another PTI report.Earlier in March this year, the company bought land from Tata group company Rallis India in Mumbai on lease basis for Rs. 214 crore.Besides, IKEA purchased land in Karnataka to set up four retail stores entailing an investment of about Rs. 2,000 crore.IKEA plans to have 25 stores in India by 2025.