TAGScraig carpenitoFBIlouis picardou.s. attorney’s office SHARE Bayonne CrimeHoboken RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR June 7, 2019 6:41 pm at 6:41 pm Facebook Twitter 1 COMMENT Comments are closed. By John Heinis – June 5, 2019 1:06 pm 1 CarePoint Health reaches deal for Cigna Health Insurance to join their network Bayonne man pepper sprayed, arrested after punching cop in the face, authorities say Bayonne Bayonne Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter A former Hoboken tax collector has pleaded guilty to failing to pay nearly $915,000 in taxes owned from income generated from his accounting firm and rental properties, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.By John Heinis/Hudson County ViewLouis Picardo, 64, of Hoboken, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Stanley R. Chesler to one count of federal income tax evasion, Carpenito said in a statement.Picardo served as the tax collector in Hoboken between 1973 and 2008 and was a partner in Cannarozzi & Picardo LLC, a Hoboken-based accounting firm.He was also a member of multiple entities that managed both commercial and residential properties in Hudson County.In July of last year, HCV exclusively reported that the FBI paid a visit to Picardo’s office as part of “official law enforcement business.”According to court documents, Picardo failed to report $3,725,853 in taxable income that he collected from Cannarozzi & Picardo and the Picardo Entities on federal income tax returns he filed with the IRS for the tax years 2012 to 2015.This resulted in a $914,908 tax loss to the United States during this four-year period, authorities said.The tax evasion charge is punishable by a maximum penalty of five years in prison and potential fine of $250,000 or twice the gross gain or loss from the offense.His sentencing is scheduled for September 25th, 2019.Carpenito credited special agents of IRS-Criminal Investigation, under the direction of Special Agent in Charge John R. Tafur, with the investigation leading to todayâ€™s guilty plea. Bayonne man busted with cocaine, heroin, semi-automatic handgun after fleeing from cops Stone Brown Ex-Hoboken tax collector Picardo pleads guilty to failing to pay $915k in taxes how’s that illegal addition on his brownstone doing him now? Previous articleIn reversal from last year, NJ Supreme Court to review Hoboken’s appeal on Monarch projectNext articleProsecutor: North Bergen man charged with sexually assaulting woman during burglary John Heinis
Greenville Police Department(GREENVILLE, S.C.) — A man in South Carolina with gun tattoo on his face has been arrested for illegally possessing a gun.Michael Vines, who is federally prohibited from possessing a firearm, allegedly tried tossing away a loaded .38-caliber revolver after a recent car accident and was spotted by firefighters responding to the scene, police said.The Greenville firefighters alerted Greenville Police, who provided details of the arrest on the department’s Facebook page.GPD officers recovered the weapon and charged Vines with unlawfully carrying a firearm in addition to driving under a suspended license and driving too fast for the current conditions.It is unknown at this time whether Vines has hired an attorney. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
“Sorry to put it bluntly but what is more important for us than the future of the U.K. is the future of Europe,” he said. “Any decision that gives European citizens the impression that you can leave the European Union and keep all the advantages would be suicidal.”Le Maire’s comments are in line with those of French President Emmanuel Macron, who told May at last week’s summit in Salzburg — where EU leaders shot down May’s Chequers proposal — that Brexit would not be “without a cost” or “consequences.””We want a deal with the British, and I think it is in everyone’s interest to have a good deal,” Le Maire said, adding that “Chequers is a move in the right direction” but that there needs to be a “comprehensive agreement, not one just on goods.”The minister also said France is preparing for a no-deal Brexit but added that current analysis suggests “the impact [of a hard Brexit] on French growth would be weak.” France’s finance minister has said allowing the U.K. to leave the European Union but hold on to the bloc’s advantages “would be suicidal,” and claimed Europe is more concerned with its own future than Britain’s.Theresa May’s Brexit strategy “doesn’t add up” and would spell the “end of Europe,” Bruno Le Maire said, according to an FT report published today.“If we give the idea that we can exit the European Union and keep all of the benefits of the single market, then it is the end of Europe,” the minister said.
Next week, the electro-funk artist, Griz, is set to kick off his North American tour alongside Michal Menert, Late Night Radio and of course, his sax. Griz will be stopping by a number of cities beginning on April 3rd at Northern Michigan University and traveling into May, ending in Texas. Check the full list of tour dates below and be sure to catch Griz live in a city near you!4/3/14 @ Marquette, MI | Northern Michigan University4/4/14 @ Fargo, ND | The Venue4/8/14 @ Lincoln, NE | Bourbon Theatre4/9/14 @ Iowa City, IA | Blue Moose4/10/14 @ Milwaukee, WI | Eagles Ballroom4/11/14 @ Grand Rapids, MI | Intersection4/12/14 @ Athens, OH | #Fest 4/15/14 @ Pittsburgh, PA | Rex Theatre4/16/14 @ Charlottesville, VA | Jefferson Theatre4/17/14 @ Charlotte, NC | Chop Shop 4/18/14 @ Charleston, SC | Music Farm4/19/14 @ Orlando, FL | Firestone Live4/20/14 @ Miami, FL | Grand Central4/23/14 @ Tampa, FL | The Ritz Ybor4/24/14 @ Jacksonville, FL | Freebird4/25/14 @ Pensacola, FL | Vinyl Music Hall4/26/14 @ Counterpoint Music Festival | Kingston, GA 4/29/14 @ Fayetteville, AR | George’s Majestic4/30/14 @ Columbia, MO | Blue Note5/1/14 @ Tulsa, OK | Cain’s Ballroom5/2/14 @ Dallas, TX | JMBLYA 5/3/14 @ New Braunfels, TX | JMBLYA – Amanda Cowan
Smashing Pumpkins frontman and longtime wrestling fanatic Billy Corgan has been hired as Senior Producer, Creative and Talent Development for TNA Wrestling. Corgan will be responsible for developing characters and story lines for TNA’s flagship program Impact Wrestling.“Saying I’m humbled and honored by this opportunity to be part of TNA, a world-class wrestling organization, is an understatement and a dream come true,” he said in a statement. “What’s great is the entire TNA organization stands in full support of my music life with the Smashing Pumpkins. In return, I’m fully committed to using my 30 years of entertainment experience, along with my deep-rooted passion for pro wrestling, to take on the thrilling challenge of creatively contributing to Impact Wrestling, finding and developing new talent, and working eye-to-eye with the best-of-the-best. For as cultures currently evolve at great speed, so must pro wrestling meet and supersede such expectations to thrive.Billy explained in an interview with Variety that he wishes to break down traditional wrestling stereotypes and explore race and gender issues. “There is a tremendous opportunity to go into really fresh, new directions,” he said. “There are ways to explore those themes in ways that are productive, create new stars and show that value-based ‘babyfaces,’ no matter what their background, no matter where they come from, can draw new audiences and inspire people in new ways.”Corgan recently called Smashing Pumpkins’ future “kinda murky,” claiming in an interview with Radio Oasis that at the end of the year he would “see how it goes.”
EDMONTON — A man stole an ambulance from Edmonton paramedics, threw on an EMS jacket and led police on a marathon chase across western Alberta on Sunday evening. RCMP officers finally pulled the ambulance off the road in the Jasper area about 10 p.m., following a four-hour pursuit from the city centre. Click here to read more.
You know, typical bad guy stuff.It’s up to Hobbs and Shaw (Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham), the bickering buddies from the previous “Fast & the Furious” movies to put aside their macho posturing and come together so that they can save the world.You know, typical movie hero stuff. I don’t think that all of these characters necessarily merit movies of their own. Hobbs and Shaw, on the other hand, certainly deserve another adventure. Johnson and Statham have great charisma and they effortless handle any action sequence thrown at them.You know, movie hero stuff.Movie reviews by Sean, “The Movie Guy,” are each week in “The Port Arthur News” and seen weekly on KFDM and Fox4. Sean welcomes your comments via email at [email protected] Obviously, the action spectacle is the major reason to see this movie, and it’s worth the money to see it in the biggest and loudest theater you can find. The stunt work is superb, which makes sense as the director started out as a stunt choreographer. He has his cast doing things that aren’t humanly possible, but these guys are movie heroes, not mere mortals, so you’re never really concerned when somebody jumps out of a skyscraper window or does some other outlandish act of daring do. It’s all part of the fun.It helps that the cast is so much fun to watch. The bickering between our two heroes gives the entire enterprise a playful vibe. It’s easier to swallow the devastation on display here when you know that the good guys are having such a blast.Elba is also quite good playing the bad guy who is so omnipotent that he refers to himself as “Black Superman.” He is a charismatic and very talented performer, and it doesn’t hurt that he’s People Magazine’s reigning Sexiest Man Alive. If that’s not enough for you, he’s facing off against Johnson, who held the Sexiest Man title back in 2016.The film isn’t without its problems. It suffers from movie bloat as the filmmakers try to cram in too many set pieces. It’s a little numbing and probably 30 minutes too long. They also seem to be making plans for more “Fast & Furious” spin off movies. The ninth film in the “Fast & Furious” franchise is one of those summer movies that doesn’t make a lick of sense. The plot is a silly mess, the acting is laughably over-the-top, and the never-ending parade of action and stunts defy physics at every turn.In other words, this is a mindlessly amped-up summer blockbuster, and it’s an absolute blast. It won’t survive critical scrutiny, but most audiences will be so overwhelmed by the spectacle that they won’t have time to think about anything other than how much fun they are having.The film starts off with a bang, introducing us to a cybernetically modified bad guy (Idris Elba) who is trying to steal a super virus that can wipe out life on Earth.
David Victor Martin, 77, of Groves, Texas passed away Saturday, December 12, 2020 at his residence.David was born October 17, 1943 in Monterey Park, California to Claude William Martin and Leoma Cassie Hargis Martin. David was preceded in death by his parents and, brother Robert Martin. Next UpHe was of Christian faith and would give the shirt off his back to anyone in need. David attended college at Mt. Sac in Walnut, California, and served his country in the U.S. Army.He was a mechanic for Pepsi Cola and retired after 30 years. Survivors include his daughters Kimmie Young and husband Steve of Port Arthur, Kari Marchand and husband Lance of Beaumont; son Kirk Martin of Beaumont; sister Beverly Brockett of California; grandchildren, Jordi Marchand, Bradyn Marchand, Jaxson Marchand, Zane Young, Zakk Young, Trevor Martin, Kade Martin and great-grandson, Cason Arnold.A visitation for family and friends will begin at 1:00 p.m. Saturday December 19, 2020 at Levingston Funeral Home in Groves followed by funeral service at 2:00 p.m.
View Comments Star Files Arian Moayed & Sherie Rene Scott(Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser & Bruce Glikas) Sherie Rene Scott To see it or not to see it: it’s not even a question with this cast! Tony nominees Arian Moayed, Sherie Rene Scott and Micah Stock are set to play Hamlet, Gertrude and Horatio, respectively, in Waterwell’s dual language version of Hamlet. The production will be directed by Tom Ridgely and play at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture from May 10 through June 3. Opening night is scheduled for May 21.Moayed received a 2011 Tony nomination for his performance in Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. His was most recently seen on Broadway in The Humans. Scott was last seen on the Great White Way in the starry revival of The Front Page; she has garnered Tony nominations for Everyday Rapture and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Her other Broadway credits include Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, The Little Mermaid, Aida, Rent, Grease and The Who’s Tommy. Stock also appeared in The Front Page; he received a Tony nomination for his Broadway debut in It’s Only a Play.The cast of Hamlet also features Barzin Akhavan, Amir Arison, Maryam Ataei, Brendan Averett, Cary Donaldson, Andrew Guilarte, Abraham Makany, Arash Mokhtar, Ajay Naidu, Sathya Sridharan and Sheila Vand. This version of the Shakespeare tragedy is set in Persia a hundred years ago, on the eve of World War I, Waterwell’s Hamlet weaves passages of Farsi translation into the English of Shakespeare’s masterpiece. In it, a traditional way of life is being threatened by an evolving world, the land is being threatened by encroaching foreign interests, and a young man finds himself uprooted and torn between opposing customs, values and codes. Hamlet will include original music by Mohsen Namjoo, scenic design by Jason Simms, costume design by Nina Vartanian, lighting design by Reza Behjat and sound design by Sinan Zafar.
Related With a recently confirmed funding boost, British Triathlon’s UK Sport Lottery funded World-Class Performance Squad for 2014 will feature six newcomers, taking the overall total to 23 athletes. As noted by British Triathlon, the increase in squad size is a reflection on the hard work by the Home Nations to develop young and exciting talent.New names to the squad include ITU world junior medal winners, Marc Austin and Grant Sheldon as well as eighth place junior finisher, Morgan Davies.Talented young triathletes Miles Burton, 17, and Sian Rainsley, 16, will also now be supported with UK Sport Lottery funding, as will Katie Hewison, who finished in the ITU World Triathlon Series top twenty last season.British Triathlon’s Performance Director, Brendan Purcell, said “The Home Nations have been working hard to develop the talent pathways into the World-Class programme and as a result we now have more athletes hitting the standard.“We have, of course, benefited from an increase in UK Sport Lottery Funding, and that has allowed us to bring in additional athletes who have demonstrated their potential to win international medals and ultimately got on to feature at the Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.”He added “Having a bigger squad and a strong support team will also be good for creating a culture of healthy competition and team working within the squad.”Eight athletes continue to be supported at Podium level, including recent world and Olympic champion Alistair Brownlee, ITU World Champion, Non Stanford and former ITU World Champions, Jonathan Brownlee and Helen Jenkins.Purcell continued “Our resources are focused on supporting the Podium athletes and their medal aspirations in the ITU World Triathlon Series and Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games this year. However, our junior talent is equally as important if we want to achieve our long term objectives of success in 2020, and we will continue to work closely with the Home Nations to further develop young athletes.”Podium SquadAdam Bowden, 31, from Watford, trains LoughboroughAlistair Brownlee, 25, LeedsJonny Brownlee, 23, LeedsDavid McNamee, 25, from Irvine, trains LeedsVicky Holland, 28, from Gloucester, trains LeedsHelen Jenkins, 30, BridgendNon Stanford, 25, from Swansea, trains LeedsJodie Stimpson, 25, from Oldbury, trains internationallyPodium Potential SquadMarc Austin, 20, from Glasgow, trains StirlingGordon Benson, 19, LeedsTom Bishop, 22, from Derby, trains LeedsMark Buckingham, 28, from Holmfirth, trains LeedsMiles Burton, 17, BathMorgan Davies, from Porthcawl, trains LoughboroughAaron Harris, 25, from Bideford, trains LoughboroughMatt Sharp, 24, from Enfield, trains BathGrant Sheldon, 19, from Hamilton, trains StirlingSophie Coldwell, 19, from Nottingham, trains LoughboroughLucy Hall, 22, from Lutterworth, trains LeedsKatie Hewison, 28, from Chorley, trains internationallySian Rainsley, 16, CoventryLois Rosindale, 23, LeedsGeorgia Taylor Brown, 19, from Manchester, trains Leedswww.britishtriathlon.org