Leanne Tiernan, a 16-year-old girl had been reported missing on November 26, 2000 in Leeds, West Yorkshire while she was walking back home after a day of Christmas shopping with her friend. Tiernan had taken a short cut home after a trip into the city and after departing ways with her friend, she was never heard from again. Police were desperate to locate the whereabouts of Tiernan as more than 1000 properties were searched, a 3 mile stretch of a canal was drained and garbage collections were stopped. Things were looking grim for the investigators as their only leads came from witnesses that said they saw a man walking his dog several times near the area where Tiernan had disappeared from. It wasn’t until nine months later, on August
I ask desperately that you please hear me out. All I could think of as the Student Conduct Committee, wrote my letter of failure,. Yes, letter of failure not acceptance. In reality, I am projected to be a statistic that could never graduate from a four-year accredited College or University. Eventually leading the next generation of my family into poverty and a lack of education along with myself. After four years at the University of Florida I had two options, accept the possible sanction of expulsion which will be made official in a couple weeks after you, Jen Day Shaw, the Associate Vice-President & Dean of Students finalizes and stamps it. Or, I could fight for myself being
Shadale Gillespie is a Direct Care Provider for our agency since February 2015. Work is not conistant due to the amount of Respite hours authorized by the AZ DDD department for the child she services. The authorization avaialble hours have ran out and she has not been able to work with the child since July 9, 2017. Last paycheck on July 25, 2017 for gross amount of $400.00. Bi-monthly pay periods, rate of pay $10.00/hour on average of 10 to 20 hours per week when we have authrizations available to deliver services.
Passing Notes: A Woman’s Bravery is a podcast filled with the drama and chaos that was the life of Lydia Darragh. Join us as we race through the events of history from the eyes of a member of the clergy. With the combination of Makenzie Trevean’s research skills and Lizzy Stapp’s story writing(With assistance from Makenzie and her fabulous grammar, of course!), we are proud to present this podcast with hopes that you will learn a little more about this person hidden by time.
Returned call to Ms Deborah Turner. She wanted to complain about a CW worker that did not allowed see her great-niece Astasia (2years old) and great-nephew, Odion (4 years old).
On March 5, 1976, Woman named Patricia McDonough was robbed by Michael Lee Smith in Baltimore, Maryland. After the robbery McDonough provided the description of the robber and his car information to the police station. In a period of few days, McDonough began receiving intimidating phone calls from the robber to stop accusing him. The police observed Smith’s car in McDonough neighborhood and identified the car owner by using the car plate number. To confirm the robber, police requested the telecom company to record the numbers dialed from Smith’s home by a pen register. Subsequently, the pen register recorded dialed call numbers from Smith’s to McDonough’s home. The police didn’t obtain court warrant when they record calls. However, police
This worker went out to meet the mother on the Walter case. This worker introduced this worker to Lamyia Walters. This worker gave Lamyia this workers contact information.
On October 22, Texas authorities found a small child’s body. Texas authorities believe that it could be three-year old Sherin Mathews who went missing on October 7. She was last seen in her backyard by her adoptive father Wesley Mathews. The body was found in a culvert by Sergeant Kevin Perlich. The body is still being examined, but was said to be most likely Sherin Mathews. Sherin Mathews’s father had said that he let his daughter out at 3 a.m. Wesley made his daughter stand 100 feet away from the house near an alleyway. This was his way of punishing her “because she wouldn’t drink her milk.” He came back for his three-year old at 3:15 a.m. but she was gone. Mathews didn’t call the police until five hours after he had found her missing. Later
In comparison to, Mrs. Freeman who is the complete opposite of Mrs. Hopewell whom she has worked for, for four years. O’connor does not show her point of view in this short story only what Mrs. Hopewell and Hulga describe her to be. She is described as very outspoken on whatever he thoughts are. She is very familiar and used to the unexpected due to her daughter Carramaes early marriage and pregnancy at the age of fifteen.
On April 8, 2016 at approximately 1500 hours, I made contact with Heather Curtis at 8307 Centennial Road in reference to a domestic dispute. Mrs. Curtis stated that her husband Marc Curtis sent her multiple text messages to her phone stating that she couldn’t have the kids and that the police would have to kill him before he goes to jail or give her the kids back. This was the result of an argument after Mrs. Curtis refused to pick him up from work because he had taken her EBT card. Mrs. Curtis stated that he hasn’t been acting normal and may possibly be going through a psychotic break. Mrs. Curtis was advised to go to the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office to get a restraining order and given a copy of this report number. Mrs. Curtis was also
This paper examines the case study about Sarah Burke. A case study analysis form was completed and symptoms were identified. Identification of certain diagnostic criteria were interpreted and clarified for the exhibiting individual. Illumination of criteria for proposed diagnosis lead to the discussion which resolves the risk factors and clinical features associated with the diagnosis. Recognition of certain symptoms and criteria brought to light other possible comorbidities. Cumulative risk theory, as well as, the diathesis stress model were investigated for possible involvement in the Burke disorder development. Multidimensional factors related to the onset and maintenance of her symptoms are deliberated; as well as, how her culture played a role. In the end, a conclusion is given about suggested pre- and post- treatment, overall benefits of those treatments, and prognosis outlooks.
On 10/16/2015 I spoke with Kalila Dowden, parent of Kaylee P. at the operation . Ms. Dowden had come to pick her daughter up while I was at operation for the inspection. I spoke with Ms. Dowden in the office. Ms. Dowden stated Shana Myers the teacher of Kaylee had contacted her and stated she believed Kaylee had a seizure on the playground and EMS had been called. Ms. Dowden stated she had told Ms. Myers she was on her way. Ms. Myers stated shortly after arriving at the center EMS had shown up and she had refused care as she believed her daughter did not need to go to the hospital. Ms. Dowden did state she did not take her daughter to the doctor or hospital as her Neurologist is in Dallas and Ms. Dowden states she is aware of what she is suppose
On December 1986, Nora Priscilla Lindsay made a Will with the Public Trustee which was then later revoked. Nora Lindsay was divorced, had two children, a son Geoffrey Lindsay, who is the appellant, and a daughter Heath McGrath, who is the respondent, and died on 16 October 2012. The appellant believed the deceased died without a Will and therefore applied for the Letters of Administration. This was then granted on 17 June 2013. However, a five-page hand-written document was then located. Following this, the appellant brought before the primary judge that the document was the subject of the application for probate. This however was dismissed by the primary Judge on 4 September 2014 as it did not meet the requirements set out in the Succession
Alyssa Hurley (DoB 08/10/2005) asked to focus on developing trust with her family. Alyssa unfortunately missed the first day of the program, but appeared to fit in with the group from the second day and she discussed some specific and relevant answers when talking about relationships, trust and personal boundaries. She fully participated in all activities and she identified a bond with the donkey, mentioning “he was different, the odd one out in the herd, just like she was different and the odd one out in her family”
The case of Kathryn Mc Neil deals with the issue of separation in the workplace regarding the nonperformance of a single mother whose work was suffering because of the tremendous additional burden of raising a child. The case was written in 1994 but in the intervening years significant decisions have been made by the law (in the US) protecting the rights of the single mother. The debate is no longer exclusively about professionalism versus corporate responsibility but the new phenomenon of a third gender in the workplace.