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Apoel face do-or-die clash in Azerbaijan

first_imgApoel are playing their last card tonight in Azerbaijan against Qarabag FK as a loss for the Cyprus champions will end any realistic hopes they may have of progressing to the knockout stages of the Europa League.This will be third time the two sides will meet this season as they also faced each other in August in the third qualifying round of the Champions League. In that tie Apoel managed to overturn a 2-1 deficit from the first leg in Nicosia by defeating the Azeris 2-0 at the Tofiq Bahramov stadium.The second leg in Azarbaijan was Apoel coach Thomas Doll’s first game in charge after replacing Paolo Tramezzani between the two legs. However things have not been going very well for Doll’s team since then as Apoel have yet to pick up a point from their opening two games of the competition, losing to bottom side Dudelange in Nicosia and to Sevilla in Spain. Their form in the domestic league has also been disappointing despite winning all three games they have played so far.Apoel’s press spokesperson Nectarios Petevinos was candid when asked about the significance of the game: “If we do not get something out of this game, then we can forget about progressing to the next stage,” he said “Hopefully a good result in Azerbaijan can kick-start our season not only in Europe but also in the Cyprus league where our performances have been problematic,” he added.Apoel will be without Argentinian midfielder Tomas de Vincenti while all other players are at the disposal of the German coach. Qarabag coach Gurban Gourbanov believes that his side will be better prepared for Apoel this time round as the element of surprise is no longer there. “They had just brought in a new coach and we did not how he would set out his players on the field,” Gurbanov said.Azeri midfielder Gara Garayev went a step further, saying: “This time there are no secrets, I am sure they have studied our style of play as much as we have theirs, but we do have the crowd behind us which I am sure will spur us on.”The game will be officiated by Slovakian referee Filip Glova and will kick-off at 7.55pm.In the other group A game, Sevilla will be strong favourites to register their third straight win in the competition against Dudelange.This game gets underway at 10pm.last_img read more

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Jason Kidd officially joins Frank Vogel’s coaching staff with Lakers

first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG petition a ‘clear sign’ of gov’t bid to block ABS-CBN franchise renewal — solon LOOK: LJ Reyes, Paolo Contis celebrate 1st birthday of baby Summer Phil Handy, Miles Simon, former Lakers guard Mike Penberthy and Quinton Crawford also will be Vogel’s assistant coaches. Simon is the only holdover from former coach Luke Walton’s staff.Kidd joins the Lakers after head coaching stints in Brooklyn and Milwaukee. The Hall of Fame point guard was fired by the Bucks in January 2018.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsHollins spent four seasons with Memphis and two more with the Nets, who fired him in January 2016.The Lakers also hired Greg St. Jean, Dru Anthrop and Jon Pastorek as player development coaches with additional responsibilities. Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite PLAY LIST 02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award03:05Malakanyang bilib sa Phivolcs | Chona Yu01:26Homes destroyed after Taal Volcano eruption02:48ABS-CBN franchise has ‘natural deadline,’ no need for quo warranto — Gatchalian Benefits of township living LATEST STORIES Duterte lambasts Catholic Church anew in curse-laden speech before Filipino Baptists Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next US boxing captain fights back after bout with obsessive-compulsive disorder MOST READ Steaming fissures on Taal Volcano Island spotted View comments FILE – In this Jan. 8, 2018, file photo, then-Milwaukee Bucks head coach Jason Kidd watches during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Indiana Pacers, in Indianapolis. Former NBA head coaches Jason Kidd and Lionel Hollins have joined new coach Frank Vogel’s staff with the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers formally announced Vogel’s full coaching staff Wednesday, July 31, 2019. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings, File)EL SEGUNDO, California — Former NBA head coaches Jason Kidd and Lionel Hollins have joined new coach Frank Vogel’s staff with the Los Angeles Lakers.The Lakers formally announced Vogel’s full coaching staff Wednesday.ADVERTISEMENT Sons Of Apollo releases new studio album ‘MMXX’ MRT-3 files raps vs engineer who brought ammunition to station Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines?last_img read more

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74yr Old Club Dancer, Explains His Experience

first_imgA 74yr old club dancer, Mr. Joseph N. Quoibiah, has hit the dancing stages at nightclubs and public places in the commercially booming city of Ganta.In his retrospection, he said he began his dancing career at the age of 12, while in the fourth grade. “When people see me, they thought that I am foolish and not to myself, but it is not so. I love dancing and been dancing throughout my life,” he said.“I dance all music; and when I was very young, people hired me to dance for them in the clubs and public places those days,” he added, and continued saying: “I loved dancing and it is through dancing that I supported my family. Sometimes, when people see you dancing in the streets, they feel that you are not to yourself. But let me say that most of the people walking about are sometimes frustrated and need to get rid of the stress or frustration…When we are dancing, people give us money and share with us some of their personal belongings, because of the entertainment we offer to the masses. I dance jar music, Kenya, the Cuban Music, followed by Prince Nico, Bob Marley, just to name a few.”Dancer Joseph N Quoibiah, who is popularly known in Ganta as Michael Jackson, was born in 1942 in Belekpalah in the Loa Clan, now Nimba County. “I went to school and stopped in the 10th grade,” he asserted.“My wife and I were blessed with seven children: two died and the remaining five are all men and women now, some pursuing higher education. Unfortunately, I lost my wife three years ago,” he lamented.Pa Quoibiah said he is not ashamed of dancing, adding “It is part of me from my youth, even if I am in the village, I sometimes feel like dancing. I am proud to be a dancer, regardless of where I dance.”Oldman Joseph Quoibiah can be seen in many public places, mostly during the day, dancing. He sometimes dances at the nightclubs, too.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Northeast B.C. gets its grants-in-lieu

first_imgGrants-in-lieu of property taxes are given in out as a way to pay municipalities back for services that benefited government properties. In the past, it was the practice that one level of government did not tax the property of another level of government. However, beginning in the 1960s, the province began to recognize its responsibility to compensate municipalities for local services that benefited these properties, such as roads, sewers, and fire protection. The amount each community receives is based on the assessed value of the properties and the municipality’s tax rate. Each municipality sends a portion of its grant-in-lieu to its regional district, and those local governments use the money to help pay for local services. Fort St. John will be giving $11,048.45 to the Peace River Regional District. In total, $16.9 million is being distributed to 64 B.C. communities.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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PNG turns off natural gas service to Old Fort

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Pacific Northern Gas has turned off natural gas service in the Old Fort.The Peace River Regional District posted a message Wednesday morning on their website saying Pacific Northern Gas has isolated gas service in the area of the evacuation order.The notice goes onto say that if the evacuation order is lifted PNG will help residents relight any appliances and inspect natural gas service.- Advertisement -Residents of the Old Fort have expressed anger over gas just being turned off.  Many are asking why gas was only turned off today and not when the evacuation happened.A spokesperson with Pacific Northern Gas says the gas was turned off on Wednesday due to safety concerns of the Regional District.  The spokesperson said the Regional District had expressed concerns that some residents were entering the evacuation area and trying to re-light their gas equipment.The gas should only be off for the day and PNG will help residents get their homes back online.Advertisement Here is the full statement from the PRRD website:PNG has isolated the gas service in the Old Fort evacuation order area as a result of the gas-related safety concerns for the residents and public in the affected zone.In the event that the evacuation order is lifted PNG will immediately provide technical resources to assist the community to relight appliances and inspect for any natural gas service related issues.Gas Emergency 24-Hour Service:  1-800-663-1173 Advertisement If you are contacting Pacific Northern Gas Ltd. (PNG) about a concern with your natural gas services, such as gas odor or an emergency involving natural gas, please do not e-mail us, please use the phone number listed above.If you smell that rotten egg, sulphur smell of natural gas, or hear the flow of escaping gas, here is what you should do:Leave the building immediately; leaving the door open and any windows that may already be open.Don’t smoke, light matches or operate electrical switches including your cell or telephone, or create any source of ignition.Turn your gas off at the meter, if you know how.Use a nearby phone to call the PNG 24-hour emergency line at 1-800-663-1173, or 911, or the fire department emergency number.Other ContactsPacific Northern Gas Ltd. Customer Care Center:8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Pacific Time, Monday through Friday, excluding Statutory Holidays  – 1-800-667-2297General Customer Service InquiriesEmail: CustomerService@png.caAdvertisementcenter_img Call before you dig – BC ONE CALL: 1-800-474-6886You can also contact the following departments:Ebill Customer Service InquiriesEmail: CustomerService@png.calast_img read more

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Uruguayan starlet ready to snub Man United for Arsenal move

first_imgArsenal have moved ahead of rivals Manchester United in the race to sign highly-rated striker Kevin Mendez.Arsene Wenger has made an approach to buy the 18-year-old Uruguay under-20 international, who plies his trade with Club Atletico Penarol in his homeland.The Gunners have been tracking the teenager for some time and scouts have watched Mendez flourish in domestic and youth international football.Louis van Gaal’s Red Devils are also after the young striker but, according to Tuttomercatoweb, Arsenal is the Uruguayan’s preferred destination and the north London club could bid for his signature during the January transfer window.Penarol have made it clear they are reluctant to sell their teenage prodigy, tipped for big things by former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, just yet however the Uruguayan giants may have no choice but to cash in if a big-money offer is received.Mendez burst onto the scene last year when he scored two goals in the 2013 FIFA under-17s World Cup. 1 Kevin Mendez [left] last_img read more

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Arsenal defender handed one-game ban by FA

first_img Gabriel 1 Arsenal defender Gabriel has been handed a one-match ban by the Football Association after accepting a charge of improper conduct.The 24-year-old made headlines last weekend after clashing with Diego Costa and picking up a red card for kicking out at the Chelsea forward in the Gunners’ ill-tempered 2-0 defeat.The FA announced on Tuesday it had accepted Arsenal’s challenge to referee Mike Dean’s decision and withdrawn the three-match suspension, but the Brazilian defender has not escaped all punishment.Gabriel has accepted a charge of improper conduct following the fall-out from his clash with Costa and will serve a one-match ban at Leicester this weekend.The separate charge relates to his conduct after being shown the red card by referee Dean.“Following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing, Arsenal defender Gabriel will serve a one-match suspension with immediate effect after he admitted an FA charge of improper conduct,” a statement from the FA read.“The charge relates to Gabriel’s behaviour following his dismissal in or around the 45th minute of the game against Chelsea on Saturday [19 September 2015].“The player, who requested a personal hearing, was also fined £10,000 and warned as to his future conduct.”The news is a blow to Arsenal ahead of the trip to in-form Leicester, but one manager Arsene Wenger admitted at the pre-match press conference he expected.“He was sorry for what happened and very disappointed, but he is a fighter and his attitude in training the whole week was completely focused and motivated,” the Gunners boss said.“If there is no punishment we are a bit lucky, if there is a punishment I have to take it.”last_img read more

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Increasing term limits

first_imgRe “Prop. R on ballot at least till Oct. 3” (Sept. 9): If the City Council would add a big-screen TV to all of the other cons that are included with the term-limit increase, it would almost certainly pass. We don’t have statesmen in government anymore; we have car salesmen. It’s what they want, not what’s good for the people. – Lawrence Vogelsang Tujunga AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe Christmas Truce of 1914 proved that peace is possible Ethics as a decoy Re “Prop. R on ballot at least till Oct. 3” (Sept. 9): Clearly Proposition R is City Council members’ cunning attempt to hide their self-interest in extending term limits within a desirable ethics ballot proposal. If council members are resolute for ethics reform, they could have approved such reform or placed it on the ballot on its own merit. Shamefully, the City Council elected to use “ethics” as a decoy to conceal selfish interest in extended term limits inside an ethics proposition and knowingly avoided the subject in the title. The original judge was correct in ordering the removal of this misleading proposition. The state’s 2nd District Court of Appeal has shamefully granted political favoritism to the council. If Proposition R does remain on the ballot, we the voters must defeat it soundly. – Mort Arditti Los Angeles Arnold’s remarks Re “Governor apologizes for remarks” (Sept. 9): Global warming, “hot blooded” Latinas – will Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s campaigns never end? California voters, please spare us from another four years of his disparaging leadership. – Louisa B. Caucia Montrose Fear mongering On Sunday, Sept. 10, the Daily News carried many articles about the 9-11 “terrorist attacks.” It made me wonder: Is the Daily News contributing to maintaining the fear factor among the U.S. population? Page 3 was a prime example, with its headline “New attack? Not if, but when.” Does all this mean that whatever agent of the U.S. government who planned 9-11 already has another trick up his sleeve? Enough is enough! Cut the hyperbole and the crapola. As a longtime subscriber of your newspaper (which I had considered usually fair and balanced in news coverage), I am disappointed that you have joined the fearmongers. – Bernard Soto Sherman Oaks Farm workers Re “Border crackdown rotten for farms” (Sept. 8): There’s a shortage of workers? Why don’t these farmers just drive to the local Home Depot or building-supply store and gather up a few dozen illegal immigrants who are always there looking for work? They’re there when I drive by. – John Gonzalez Saugus Many tricks Re “Gay-rights agenda has many tricks” (Their Opinions, Sept. 8): Every now and then, someone like Tad Cronn feels the need to warn the public about the wily homosexuals who seek to insinuate themselves into your nice clean lives and try to convince you that they’re as good as you – or even, as he puts it, “to hold up the gay lifestyle as a model to emulate.” This – which is utter paranoid nonsense, by the way – is what Cronn and others scornfully call “the homosexual agenda.” Of course, anti-gay pundits have their little tricks, too – like their incessant use of the long-discredited term “lifestyle” to trivialize gays’ very existence. If Cronn’s rant were about people of color “trying to pollute the white race” or Jews “conspiring to control the world through the banks,” it would never have been printed in a mainstream newspaper. – Kevin Dawson Tujunga Keep it natural Re “Chatsworth Reservoir” (Your Opinions, Sept. 10): Someone who has “an office with a view” – a view of the reservoir – would like to have it open to the public and wonders why it has not been so before. It has been tried and, happily, failed. Just look at the public parks and areas, especially if there is a body of water at the location. Look at the trash all over and the disregard for what Mother Nature has created and what some of mankind and womankind have managed to keep “natural.” I hope we never see hiking trails, picnic grounds, swings, skateboard sidewalks, etc., at Chatsworth Reservoir as it is one of a few places people have not yet been able to spoil. – Terri Andrews Castaic Politicizing 9-11 Re “Thwarting terrorism” (Your Opinions, Sept. 10): Thomas J. Reilly joins with Thomas Sowell and Ann Coulter in attacking those who lost loved ones in the 9-11 attacks, saying that they are “politicizing” their grief. I ask: Who has more right to speak up on what is done in the names of the victims than the victims themselves? Why isn’t Reilly decrying the politicizing of those attacks by Sowell and Coulter? What about President George W. Bush’s use of that tragedy to “justify” an illegal invasion that has cost the lives of thousands of American soldiers and hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqi civilians? Who is really acting irresponsibly in politicizing those deaths of 9-11? – David Holland Northridge Less commemorating Dec. 7, 1946, marked five years since the attack on Pearl Harbor. How many memorial ceremonies do you suppose there were to mark this anniversary? My guess is that more celebrations were held noting the fact that we had neutralized the militaries of Germany and Japan in less than four years. While the loss of life on Sept. 11, 2001, is still tragic five years on, we need a little less commemoration and a lot more retaliation if we are to win this war. The only thing that will eliminate a determined enemy is overwhelming force. – Mark Shipley Thousand Oaks Watching out The CBS special “Path to 9/11” was exceptionally good. I realize it was a docudrama, but so what? If it was remotely close to accuracy, then I hope we learn from our mistakes. If the bleeding hearts can’t stand the heat, then move to Pakistan – lovely place, by the way. And I am terribly sorry, but the racial profiling has to begin now. Terrorists, we know who you are, what you look like, and you’re not Irish, German, French, Spanish, Russian or from Nigeria; you’re Muslim. I know not all Muslims are bad or have a hatred like they portrayed, but many do, and we need to watch for them. As for Osama bin Laden: He’s under 100 million tons of rock, buried, and will never surface again. – Wynne Ritch Granada Hills Uncharted waters I see that former President Bill Clinton called upon ABC to tell the “truth” about 9-11. What’s next? Teddy Kennedy expounding on women’s rights or Enron’s Jeff Skilling on corporate ethics? Where was the former president’s ire over the inaccuracies and distortions of Michael Moore’s propaganda film “Fahrenheit 9/11”? I guess it depends on your definition of the truth, a territory unfamiliar to Bill Clinton – John Kurt Reseda What’s the payoff? Re “Global warming fact” (Your Opinions, Sept. 8): What is the Republican obsession with trying to disprove global warming? Conservatives have endlessly mocked left-wing conspiracy theorists on everything from the Kennedy assassination to 9-11, but when it comes to carbon-dioxide emissions destroying the planet, the right-wingers make Michael Moore look like a realist. Why would thousands of scientists around the world lie about this? How would they profit? For some ungodly reason, Republicans fight tooth and nail when it comes to their right to pollute our water and air – and destroy our future. Why? What’s the payoff? – Wil Jones Calabasas160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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L.A. blacks say racism raising its head again

first_imgAfrican-American advocacy groups decried the incidents and called on government and civic leaders to address the racial issues facing the city, state and nation. “We must fully and soberly recognize that the racial divides still run very deep, and we must all recommit ourselves to their resolution,” Blair H. Taylor, president and chief executive of the Los Angeles Urban League, said in a written statement. Richards’ use of racial epithets – like the landmark video showing the police beating of black motorist Rodney King – was exposed and documented because of the development of technology. At a news conference at City Hall, the president of a chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People criticized Villaraigosa’s veto of the multimillion-dollar settlement for Pierce, who claimed he’d suffered discrimination when fellow firefighters played a prank by feeding him dog food. Ron Hasson, the president of the Beverly Hills/Hollywood chapter of the NAACP, said the incident at Fire Station 5 in Westchester, where Pierce was the only black firefighter, demonstrates how “systemic racism and sexism pervades the Los Angeles Fire Department culture.” Long bubbling below the surface, Los Angeles’ racial divide came to light Tuesday with three African-American advocacy groups raising questions about recent incidents involving a black city firefighter, O.J. Simpson and a white comedian’s racist diatribe in a nightclub. The groups’ comments were sparked by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s veto of a $2.7 million settlement to Firefighter Tennie Pierce; a racist harangue of two African-American hecklers by comic Michael Richards, a Thousand Oaks High graduate who played Cosmo Kramer on “Seinfeld”; and by the cancellation of Simpson’s mock confessional book and TV deal. “Those are dots that can be connected,” said civil-rights activist and author Earl Ofari Hutchinson. “Racial divisions and racial rancor seem to always lurk just beneath the surface. “Maybe we go through a long quiescent period, but then we’ll have a triggering device, and we see that racism hasn’t gone away.” In an interview, Hasson said the vetoed settlement and Richards’ racist diatribe raised concerns among African-Americans. “It’s upsetting to African-Americans that we’re having to relive and to refight the battles of civil rights,” said Hasson. “The Richards incident is appalling to all – Jewish, Latinos, African-Americans – in the cavalier manner in which he could say what he said. “If incidents like this are being exposed to a greater extent, it’s because of the technology that allowed him to be caught on camera. Had it not been exposed in that manner, we might not have heard about it.” Civil-rights activists also expressed skepticism about Richards’ apology Monday night on “The Late Show with David Letterman.” Najee Ali of Project Islamic HOPE of South Los Angeles called it insincere and “damage control in light of the DVD of the seventh season of `Seinfeld.”‘ The DVD went on sale Tuesday. “I do not think an apology alone will suffice in this case,” said the Urban League’s Taylor. “I call on Mr. Richards to immediately reach out to the black community that he has berated and insulted and vigorously pursue a healing that transcends mere words. “The healing process must be facilitated by deeds of volunteerism and service to the African-American community, which may be the only real way to solidify the forgiveness that Mr. Richards now claims to seek.” The American Jewish Committee also called on Richards to follow his apology with actions that demonstrate his remorse. “Mr. Richards’ racial epithets are deplorable,” said Sherry A. Weinman, AJC Los Angeles Chapter president. “Although Mr. Richards has apologized, Judaism teaches that to truly repent, Mr. Richards must also resolve never to repeat his actions and work to heal the wounds he has opened up by reaching out to those he most offended.” Eddie Jones, president of the Los Angeles Civil Rights Association, criticized News Corp. and publisher Judith Regan for canceling “If I Did It,” a book and filmed-for-TV interview with Simpson in which he describes how he would have killed ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and friend Ronald Goldman. “O.J. should have been able to tell his side of his story for the book,” Jones said. “He was exonerated and acquitted of all charges, but in the eyes of white America, he is still guilty. It’s a modern-day lynching. … (Serial killer) Jeffrey Dahmer was able to do an interview. The Menendez brothers killed their parents and did interviews. “Timothy McVeigh killed all those people in (the) Oklahoma City (bombing) and still did interviews and wrote a book. “Why is it O.J. can’t write his book and tell his side of the story?” tony.castro@dailynews.com (818) 713-3761160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img
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Barricaded Suspect Dies As The Result of Apparent Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound

first_imgShe had earlier reported that Pagan had threatened to kill her as the result of a domestic dispute and was afraid to return home by herself with her two-year-old child.As a result of the homeowner’s concern members of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and West Baden Springs Police Department responded to the residence and entered the home with a key provided by the homeowner.The responding officers were also aware of an unrelated misdemeanor warrant for Resisting Law Enforcement that had been issued for Pagan’s arrest.When they entered the home the officers discovered Pagan was, in fact, in the home.The officers asked Pagan to surrender himself and he immediately displayed a handgun and retreated into a bedroom and locked the door.The officers did not immediately confront Pagan, opting to leave the home and establish a perimeter and summon additional assistance.Within the following hour additional members of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and members of the Indiana State Police, inclusive of SWAT team members and state police Hostage Crisis Negotiators arrived at the scene and spoke with Pagan through the evening and early morning hours trying to encourage Pagan to peacefully surrender.As the morning of Nov. 6th drew near, Springs Valley School officials were notified to arrange for an alternate school bus route to assure safe transportation of school age children that lived within the area.Negotiations continued through the day and into the afternoon, even as Pagan made efforts to obstruct the view into the home by placing a mattress in front of a window.Despite this, the Orange County Sheriff, Josh Babcock, offered to move to a place of personal jeopardy to speak with Pagan and implore him to surrender.When it became apparent Sheriff Babcock was not going to be successful in convincing Pagan to surrender, members of the state police SWAT team removed the door from the opposite side of the home. This action was taken since it was known Pagan was on the other side of the house, and if necessary to enter the home it would make entry tactically safer for law enforcement.It is believed when Pagan heard the door being removed he retreated back into the house and one gunshot was heard from within the home.Troopers then quickly entered the home where Pagan was discovered incapacitated with what appeared to be a gunshot wound to the head.Officers at the scene began rendering first-aid to Pagan as an ambulance that was already near the scene as a safety precaution responded as well.Paramedics from the ambulance, along with a state police officer, and medical personnel from an Air Evacuation helicopter that had been summoned to the scene worked for more than 30 minutes to try and stabilize Pagan while he was in the ambulance. Despite everyone’s efforts Pagan was pronounced deceased in the ambulance.Orange County Coroner Aaron Kempe arrived at the scene and preliminarily ruled Pagan’s death as a self-inflicted single gunshot wound to the head. An autopsy for Pagan has been scheduled for Nov. 7th.Further comments about the official cause of death will be made by the Coroner at a future date once the results of the autopsy have been finalized. A 34-year-old French Lick man apparently shot himself after a standoff with police at a home in West Baden Springs. Dead is Angel L. Pagan, 34, French Lick. Monday evening at approximately 6:00 P.M., the Orange County Sheriff’s Department was called by Destiny Mitchell the homeowner of 10090 West County Road 160 North, West Baden Springs, to report that she believed Pagan. last_img read more

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