12 Jan

Owner’s reputed wife charged for torching business

first_imgAlexio Keizer, the reputed wife of the owner of the White Castle Fish Shop, who allegedly torched the hangout spot on April 14, 2018, causing the inside of the building to be destroyed was on Wednesday charged.Keizer, 30, a manager, denied that she committed the act at the John and Hadfield Streets, Georgetown building, which is owned by Krishnandra Beharry, a pensioner of Camp Street, North Cummingsburg.Reports are some $8.8 million was lost in the fire. Keizer, along with Jermaine Langevine, her reputed husband, are owners of the fish shop.On Wednesday, Keizer appeared before City Magistrate Fabayo Azore who granted her bail in the sum of $250,000. She is scheduled to make her second court appearance on May 30.Reports are on the day of the fire, Keizer and Langevine had an argument over his whereabouts which reportedly led to her becoming enraged.Langevine claimed in media reports that his common-law wife reportedly asked several employees to purchase gasoline for her.After asking them (the employees) to leave for the day, Keizer reportedly torched the business establishment. Langevine disclosed that when he arrived on the scene at about 04:00h, the inside of the lower flat was already destroyed.Keizer was later arrested and charged with the offence.last_img read more

27 Dec

BOXING: McLAUGHLIN BEATS UKRANIAN CHAMP IN WSB SEMI-FINAL

first_imgDonegal middleweight Willie McLaughlin helped Italia Thunder to a 4-1 home victory over the Ukraine Otamans in the first leg of their World Series of Boxing semi-final in Italy on Friday night.McLaughlin, who boxes out of the Illies GG BC, earned a unanimous decision over current Ukrainian champion Ievgenii Barabanov, the 2010 Irish Elite champion winning four of the five rounds with one judge giving him all five frames.The Irishman tried to use all of his tactical skills, but the Ukrainian was very motivated and landed a lot of punches. McLaughlin was able to turn the heat up in the third round to take a decisive lead against the Ukrainian Champion. Both sides meet again in Kiev next weekend.Thunder, the defending WSB champions, won the first four bouts this evening, but Usky Oleksandr secured what could prove to be a crucial win for the visitors after stopping Mattei Modugno in round two.If the second leg finishes 4-1 to the Otamans, the match will be decided in a middleweight box-off, but McLaughlin can’t compete in the box-off because of the mandatory 10-day rest rule.  BOXING: McLAUGHLIN BEATS UKRANIAN CHAMP IN WSB SEMI-FINAL was last modified: April 13th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BOXING: McLAUGHLIN BEATS UKRANIAN CHAMP IN WSB SEMI-FINALlast_img read more