Seymour, IN—Wednesday, detectives from the Indiana State Police-Versailles Post arrested two officers with the Seymour Police Department on charges of official misconduct, ghost employment, and theft.The investigation into the officers began in October 2019 when allegations of ghost employment were made against former Chief William “Bill” Abbott, and current Captain Carl Lamb. Detectives with the Indiana State Police-Versailles Post were requested to conduct the investigation.During the four-month investigation, detectives determined that Abbott was employed by Schneck Medical Center to schedule off duty officers to provide security at the hospital. The investigation indicated that he allegedly performed his duties for Schneck Medical Center while he was also working in his official capacity with the Seymour Police Department.The investigation also determined that Lamb, while on duty as a member of the Seymour Police Department, allegedly worked outside employment for K4 Security out of Jeffersonville, Indiana. K4 Security had a contract to provide off duty police officers for work in the construction zone on I-65. Lamb coordinated and scheduled off duty Seymour Police Officers to work the security job while he was on duty with the Seymour Police Department. He was paid by K4 Security for those hours while also being paid by the Seymour Police Department.Lamb also was a part-owner and employee of BSafe Tactical, Seymour, Indiana. BSafe provided training to area schools, churches, and businesses. The investigation determined that Lamb allegedly worked for BSafe Tactical and received payment while also on duty in his official capacity with the Seymour Police Department.At the conclusion of the investigation, the case was turned over to a special prosecutor for review. This resulted in felony charges on allegations of Official Misconduct, Ghost Employment, and Theft being filed on Abbott and Lamb.Both Abbott and Lamb have remained on administrative leave from the Seymour Police Department during the investigation.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Simon Triantafillou had heard rumors about Hilli Goldhar’s talent, but when Triantafillou first saw him, he didn’t believe it. Goldhar, a year younger than Triantafillou, was at a Sigma FC practice — one of Canada’s top soccer clubs where the two both played.“I had heard about him. So when I saw him I was like, ‘He is so small, how is this guy good?’” Triantafillou said.“But then he started beating guys one-on-one.”When Syracuse lines up at midfield before matches, Goldhar and teammate Ryan Raposo stand out as clearly smaller than the rest of their teammates. Goldhar is currently listed at 5-foot-9.“He does look like he’s 15 years of age,” Syracuse head coach Ian McIntyre quipped. “And has a couple of years until he attends college.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSince he arrived at Syracuse in 2018, Goldhar’s often been at the end of McIntyre’s jokes. Yet this season in Syracuse, Goldhar has carved out his role for the Orange: He can play anywhere. His No. 11 jersey is typically worn by wingers. But Goldhar isn’t just a winger.On 2019’s squad, he’s been asked to play left wing back, left wing, left back and central midfielder. As the Orange (7-6-5, 2-4-2 Atlantic Coast) enter the NCAA tournament on Thursday when they host Rhode Island at SU Soccer Stadium, Goldhar’s versatility and pressing ability in McIntyre’s formation will be critical for a deep run.“I’ve really had to adapt,” Goldhar said. “I’ve played in a bunch of positions, I didn’t really know where I was going to play, but I was expected to play anywhere. It really depends.”In high school, Goldhar was primarily a central attacking midfielder, often the team’s most creative and skilled attacking player at creating chances. His freshman season he appeared off the bench in 13 games and started twice as a right-winger.His primary adjustment this season has come in learning to play left wing back, now his main position and the most difficult in McIntyre’s 3-5-2 formation. Goldhar is responsible for defending when the Orange don’t have the ball — often one-on-one against some of the top attacking wingers in the ACC.When the Orange do possess the ball, his role is to get forward and play as a winger, where he’s at his best, Goldhar said. He excels at taking on defenders one-on-one, the same ability that impressed Triantafillou in their first encounter.Goldhar grew up in Toronto, Canada, where his low center of gravity and balance gave him an edge in both hockey and soccer despite a lack of size and strength. When he was two years old, his father Sheldon said that Goldhar was able to both roller and ice skate.For nine years, Goldhar playedboth sports.He had up to eight practices in a week, often back-to-back. He’d attend soccer practice, then change in the backseat of the car while Sheldon drove him to hockey practice.Kevin Camelo | Co-Digital EditorHe’d arrive at hockey as a child 20 minutes after his teammates did wearing all of his equipment on his lower half of his body, then suit up and play. He was often the smallest player on his teams — his parents said that he didn’t even register on the growth charts when compared to other kids his age — but played defense.By age 13, Goldhar had to prioritize one because of his busy schedule. Even though Sheldon said that coaches told him he had a chance of getting drafted and playing professionally in hockey, he liked soccer better, and he was more physically suited for it too.“It was definitely a factor, players who play hockey are typically bigger and stronger,” Goldhar said.When Fern, Sheldon and Goldhar pulled into the Manley Field House parking lot to meet with McIntyre on Goldhar’s unofficial visit in late-2016, they didn’t know where to go. They pulled in, Fern said, and were immediately impressed by the facility.After minutes of waiting, McIntyre then propped open a door, signaling for the family to enter. Unlike other visits Goldhar had been on, McIntyre asked the majority of the questions. “What type of player are you?” Goldhar remembers McIntyre asking.“I love attacking players one-on-one, I don’t know many players who can beat a player better than me,” Goldhar answered.Will Fudge | Staff PhotographerAfter Goldhar’s unofficial visit, when McIntyre came up to see him at an annual showcase tournament in the winter of Goldhar’s junior year, he offered him a scholarship.About 14 months later, in February 2018, Goldhar signed with Syracuse as an attacking midfielder and winger.In his most successful season in Syracuse, Goldhar hasn’t been a main feature in the attack. He’s registered one goal and added five assists for the Orange in 2019. Still, McIntyre jokes at that he’s 100 pounds when soaking wet, and he struggles to finish in front of the net.“He’s a dynamic, exciting player and we’re looking for more in goals and assists,” McIntyre said. “He’ll be the first to tell you there’s more goals in him.”When the Orange played Pittsburgh on Oct. 9, senior Massimo Ferrin sent a cross to the far post. Goldhar had raced all the way up from his defensive position and into the penalty area.He leaped, won the header and the ball flew into the net.Said Goldhar: “Honestly, I haven’t had too many headers in my day.” Comments Published on November 19, 2019 at 9:28 pm Contact Anthony: [email protected]
Pininfarina Battista Featured By Fully Charged: Video In Horsepower War, Rimac C_Two Proves Electric Cars Can’t Be Matched The all-electric hypercar will arrive next year.Prominent high-end car dealer H.R. Owen will be the exclusive retail partner for Pininfarina in the UK.The company, which sells Ferrari and Rolls-Royce products in the UK, as well as those from other brands, will sell and service the Italian firm’s Battista all-electric supercar from its London headquarters when it arrives next year.“We are delighted to add Automobili Pininfarina to the H.R. Owen portfolio of the world’s leading premium sports and luxury automotive brands,” said H.R. Owen CEO Ken Choo. “The Pininfarina Battista is the hypercar of the future, featuring world-beating performance and innovative EV technology in a beautiful form.More Battista News “Our hugely experienced and talented team look forward to ensuring an ownership experience as revolutionary as Battista itself,” Choo added. “The addition of Pininfarina further reinforces the vision of our owner and Berjaya Group founder, Vincent Tan, in placing H.R. Owen at the forefront of the electric revolution underway in the hypercar segment.”The Pininfarina Battista is the most powerful road car to ever come out of Italy, eclipsing all efforts from more established car ‘makers’ like Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Pagani. Rene Wollmann, who led the development team for the Mercedes-AMG One hypercar, worked on the Battista in his new role as programme director, sportscars for Automobili Pininfarina.A Rimac-supplied 120 kWh battery pack helps deliver 874 bhp and 1,694 lb-ft of torque, which is enough to rocket it from 0-60 in less than two seconds, to 186 mph in under 12 seconds, and onto a top speed of 218 mph.Just 150 Battistas will be made, each with a starting price of just under £2 million. It made its UK debut last weekend at the 77th Member’s Meeting at Goodwood. H.R Owen representatives attended the event to meet prospective customers. Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on April 13, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle News Source: Electric Vehicle News Pininfarina Batista Shows Up With 1,900 HP In London