As investigations continue into the gunning down of 21-year-old Ronsley Clarke, a mason, of Lot 181 Fire Station Road, Timehri, East Bank Demerara (EBD) in Sophia on Thursday evening, the Police are on the hunt for the suspect, who is popularly known as “Short Boss”.The now dead mason was gunned down outside a party in Sophia, Greater Georgetown in the presence of his girlfriend.Guyana Times understands that the victim and the suspect were known to each other and reportedly had a disagreement about a month ago while at a party in Sophia.However, on Thursday evening, Clarke was in the company of his girlfriend, Alesha Thomas at the C Field Sophia main access road when the suspect was reportedly seen “chipping” into the said party.The man quickly drew a small silver pistol from his jacket, and before an alarmDeceased: Ronsley Clarkecould have been raised, he reportedly discharged three rounds in Clarke’s direction. Two of the bullets reportedly struck the now dead man – one to a right rib and one to the right side of his upper back.The gunman then quickly made good his escape in an unknown direction while the patrons at the party ran for cover. The Police were called to the scene, and Clarke was picked up and taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital by an ambulance, but was pronounced dead on arrival.A grieving Thomas told the media that she was unclear about the nature of the old grievance between the suspect and her now dead boyfriend, but maintained that it did not warrant anyone dying. She explained that after being shot, the injured man attempted to run, but collapsed a short distance away and slipped into an unconscious state.The Police have since retrieved two .32 spent shells at the scene. Investigations are on-going.
GERMAN golfers could be coming to Co Donegal in their droves next year, if tourism bosses get their way.Failte Ireland and Tourism Ireland Golf in Germany in cooperation with leading German golf tour operator golf.extra brought six German golf professionals to the Northwest this week.They played Ballyliffin and were absolutely blown away by the quality of the two courses. Golf professionals in Germany travel a lot with their students throughout the year to various destinations and generate a lot of business.Martina Bromley, Fáilte Ireland’s Head of Operations in the North West welcomed the group to the North West: “We believe that our golf product is among the best in the world and recent studies have shown the great potential of golf for tourism as estimating that the typical overseas golf tourist is worth almost three times the value of the average tourist to Ireland and, with approximately 155,000 overseas visitors playing golf while in Ireland, this amounts to a total estimated spend of €204 million per annum.“It is important that we fully promote what is available by assisting these groups in showcasing what Ireland has to offer. This will certainly encourage and help maintain Ireland’s reputation as a destination for high quality and challenging golf.”In the picture from left to right is part of the group on Glashedy Links – Erik Moll, Sven Stier, Men’s Captain Paddy Logue and Fred Hoffmann.The group also played Murvagh, Bundoran, Rosses Point and Castle Dargan to get a short overview of what the Northwest has to offer. TOURISM HOPES AFTER GERMAN GOLF PROFESSIONALS VISIT DONEGAL was last modified: October 27th, 2012 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:TOURISM HOPES AFTER GERMAN GOLF PROFESSIONALS VISIT DONEGAL
MONTREAL – A Quebec man was charged Friday in connection with an incident on a Sunwing Airlines flight bound for Cuba that was forced to return to Montreal under a fighter jet escort.Charalabos Nassios was arraigned by videoconference in a Montreal courtroom on charges that included assault, uttering threats and committing an act of violence against a person that is likely to endanger the safety of an aircraft.The Crown objected to his release and the 39-year-old is scheduled to appear in court Monday for a bail hearing.Nassios lives in Laval, just north of Montreal.He was also charged with breaking a court-imposed condition not to drink alcohol or have alcoholic beverages in his possession.An airline spokeswoman said flight WG604, which had departed for Cayo Coco on Thursday, turned around due to a passenger making threats.NORAD spokesman Lt. Commander Joe Nawrocki said a pair of U.S. Air Force F-15 jets were dispatched from Barnes Air National Guard Base in Massachusetts and intercepted the aircraft near Albany, N.Y.Canadian CF-18s were also reportedly scrambled but did not take part in the operation.