Joe Biden wins Minnesota

first_imgThe Trump campaign really, really wanted Minnesota, one of Trump’s narrowest 2016 losses. So much for that. After leading in Minnesota polls, Joe Biden has won the state’s 10 electoral votes.- Advertisement –last_img

Guyanese charged with falsifying US passport application

first_imgA federal grand jury returned an indictment charging Joseph Fedrick, 42, of Guyana, with falsifying an application for a United States passport, US Attorney William J Ihlenfeld II, announced.Fedrick executed an application for a United States passport in Berkeley County, West Virginia. Within the application, Fedrick attempted to use a false social security number with the intent to secure the passport fraudulently.Fedrick is charged with one count of “False Statement in Application for Passport.” He faces up to 10 years in prison and up to 0,000 in fines. Under the Federal Sentencing guidelines, the actual sentence imposed will be based upon the seriousness of the offences and the prior criminal history, if any, of the defendant.Assistant US Attorney Shawn M Adkins is prosecuting the case on behalf of the Government. The Department of the State Diplomatic Security Service and the United States Department of Homeland Security are investigating.An indictment is merely an accusation. A defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty. (US Department of Justice)last_img read more

Generator Stolen from Mile 98 Road

first_imgFort St. John police are seeking public assistance as they hunt for the person or persons responsible for another well site theft. They say this one occurred near the mile 98 road late last Friday or early Saturday morning. Entry was gained through a locked compound gate and other security measures were disarmed.- Advertisement – A ten thousand dollar Thermal electrical generator, with Pen West, etched on one side was stolen for the second time this year. The RCMP is taking public information assistance calls at the usual detachment and crime stoppers numbers…250-787-8140 and 1-800-222-8477.last_img