Pharmacist, one-time friend land in prison after plot to blow up small-town Nebraska rival | Crime-and-courts

In time, Burgamy brought up a purported private capital fund that he operated. He first got Wilson to provide $15,000 to a business that needed a loan — and paid Wilson back $18,000, a decent return.

Eventually, Wilson lent $30,000 and $50,000 to Burgamy’s investment capital fund for purported investments. No returns followed those loans. Burgamy repaid little of the $30,000 and none of the $50,000.

“Asked how he dealt with this loss, Wilson explained that Burgamy was his friend, ‘and that’s what friends do,'” Howard said. “At the time, Wilson did not realize that Burgamy was manipulating and stealing from him. Instead, Wilson took Burgamy at his word.” 

A federal prosecutor called that notion “absurd,” noting that Wilson was well-educated and more than capable of resisting Burgamy. Prosecutor Raj Parekh, an assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia, noted that Wilson went along with nearly every request

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Man gets driving ban, fine for speeding while out buying durians with friend during circuit breaker

SINGAPORE: A man who left his house to buy durians with a friend during the “circuit breaker”, when all social gatherings were banned, was later caught speeding when his friend filmed the speedometer and posted an incriminating clip on social media.

Nazar-Rushdy Nazar Rosly, 21, was fined S$3,000 and given a year’s driving ban in court on Monday (Nov 9).

He pleaded guilty to one count of dangerous driving and one charge of breaching a COVID-19 regulation by meeting an individual not from his household for a social purpose – to buy durians.

A third charge of leaving his home during the circuit breaker to meet another individual was taken into consideration.

The court heard that Nazar-Rushdy drove his car along the Central Expressway towards Seletar Expressway at 11.30pm on May 9 at a dangerous speed.

He drove at a speed of 160kmh on a stretch of road

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Brad Foote, a former vet, contractor and everyone’s friend | Local&State

No one is a stranger to Brad Foote.

Reaching him on the phone, despite having never met, is like calling a longtime friend. If you mention a name, Foote knows that person or his father, son, brother or sister, or they’ve worked for him at some point.

As a contractor for 56 years, he’s built “on every damn street there is,” he said.

As a baby boomer, veteran and Bend High graduate, he’s part of a tight network of friends.

Foote moved to Bend at 16. At age 17, the Bend police chief told him to join the military or go to jail — a common ultimatum of that time. Foote joined the Marine Corps with his friend, John Lee. It was 1965. That would be the first of his three tours in Vietnam. The combat is featured in a book, “Lions of Medina.”

His jovial smile, love of country

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Florida East Coast Real Estate Pet Photo Contest, Photograph Your Furry Friend and Win!

photograph your furry friend wearing their FREE pet bandana and submit your photo

Florida East Coast Real Estate, Inc. has rolled out a Pet Photo Contest for 2020. From now until December 21, you can photograph your furry friend wearing their FREE pet bandana and submit your photo online. Call 321-877-4800 and request a pet bandana

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Florida East Coast Real Estate, Inc. has rolled out a Pet Photo Contest for 2020. From now until December 21, you can photograph your furry friend wearing their FREE pet bandana and submit your photo online in three different ways:

You can get your FREE blue pet bandana the following three ways:

1) STOP BY Florida East Coast Real Estate at 423 West Merritt Island Causeway, Merritt    Island (near the intersection of South Tropical Trail and FL520)

2) CALL 321-877-4800 and request a pet bandana

3) E-MAIL [email protected] and request

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Building contractor’s body found in bed box, friend missing





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The semi-decomposed body of a building contractor (27) with multiple stab wounds was found inside a bed box in his rented flat at Sant Nagar in north Delhi on Saturday evening.

The contractor’s childhood friend, who was sharing the flat with the deceased for the past three months, is missing, Delhi Police said.

The murder victim’s family members have alleged that he was killed for money, as around Rs 2.5 lakh in cash is missing from the flat.

The police are conducting a probe on the lines of personal enmity and stolen cash. A murder case under section 302 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) has been filed at the Burari police station.

The deceased, Sameer Malik, belonged to Moradabad in western Uttar Pradesh (UP).

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27-Year-Old Building Contractor’s Dead Body Found in Bed Box, His Friend Who Shared the Flat With Him, Missing

New Delhi, October 26: In a shocking incident, a dead body of a 27-year-old building contractor was found inside a bed box in his rented flat in Delhi. Reports inform that the incident was reported from Sant Nagar in north Delhi on Saturday evening. The body of the victim was found with multiple stab wounds. As soon as the incident was reported, Delhi Police began the investigation into the matter and found that the contractor’s childhood friend, who shared the flat with the deceased, was missing. According to a report by Hindustan Times, the victim’s family have alleged that he was killed for money after it was found that Rs 2.5 lakh in cash was missing from the flat. Delhi  Man Shoots Son Dead After Argument Over His Liquour Consumption, 33 Years After He Killed His Own Mother.

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