…ranch owner flees from policeA cattle farmer who owns a ranch in the backlands of Bloomfield Village, Corentyne, Region 6 fled with his employees on Sunday last (November 19) upon seeing a party of Police approaching; but one of his workers, a 27-year-old labourer of Tain Settlement, Corentyne, has been apprehended by the Police and is currently in custody assisting with investigations.The police say they had gone to the Bloomfield ranch after cattle farmer Nandkishore Tagram of Number 62 Village, Corentyne, Berbice had gone to the Number 62 Police Outpost on Friday last (November 17) and lodged a report that forty (40) head of his cattle, including calves branded with his registered brand — DON14 – had gone missing after they were left to graze outside of his ranch at Number 62 Village Backlands.Acting on information received, Police then proceeded to the Bloomfield ranch in the company of Tagram, but the ranch’s owner prevented the police party from gaining entry to the ranch to check if the animals were there.As such, on the following day, a larger party of police ranks returned to the Bloomfield ranch, owned by a resident of the neighbouring village of Letter Kenny, Corentyne; and on seeing the officers, the owner and some workers fled.According to the police in a statement, “twenty-three (23) of the missing cows, including three (3) calves, eighteen (18) of which bore the victim’s brand number, were recovered at the ranch.”The owner of the Bloomfield ranch is currently being sought by the police.
Carlos Tevez Shanghai Shenhua open to Tevez extension despite struggles Thomas Floyd @thomasfloyd10 15:24 11/28/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Chandan Khanna Shanghai Shenhua FA Cup The Argentine star flew home upon learning he wouldn’t dress for the Chinese FA Cup final, but the club isn’t closing the door on a possible return Shanghai Shenhua are open to signing Carlos Tevez to a contract extension, despite an apparently fractured relationship between the Argentine star and his club.Tevez has struggled with form and fitness since joining the Chinese Super League side in December for a deal worth £615,000 per week.The striker was not named to the game-day squad for either match of Shenhua’s recent triumph over Shanghai SIPG in the Chinese FA Cup final, with the 33-year-old abruptly flying home to Argentina upon learning he wouldn’t dress for Sunday’s second leg. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Although the club acknowledged that Tevez has failed to meet expectations, Shenhua aren’t ruling out a return in 2018.”We decided to buy Tevez because the AFC Champions League qualifying phase was about to begin and at that time the new rules [to curb expensive signings] did not come to light,” Shenhua deputy general manager Zhou Jun told Shanghai TV.”Tevez was playing quite well in both Boca Juniors and Juventus. And since there was an arms race going on [in the CSL], our club needed a player who has a reputation and universal appeal.”Of course, in the end, he is not living up to those expectations. But he keeps working very hard to be in contention to play.”As for whether or not to extend his contract next year, it has to be a mutual choice. His future hinges on the outcome of further negotiations between the two parties.”Tevez has scored four goals in 16 CSL matches for Shenhua.