– lover arrested A 26-year-old teacher attached to the Goed Fortune Secondary School was on Wednesday afternoon found dead in a house at La Parfaite Harmonie, West Bank Demerara.Dead is Tishaun Bess who was found hanging from the roof in the home which she shared with her lover.Dead: Tishaun BessAccording to relatives, Bess was last seen by her mother on Monday after she had returned from work. However, the now dead teacher did not show up to the school on Tuesday as well as Wednesday which prompted her family to file a Police report.It was when the family, escorted by Police Officers, visited the home of the deceased that they found her lifeless body hanging from the ceiling. It was reported that she may have been there for approximately two days.The relatives of the deceased indicated that the relationship shared between the woman and her boyfriend is known to be abusive. As such, despite the incident initially appearing to be an act of suicide, they are speculating that foul play was involved in the death of the teacher.Furthermore, one family member pointed out that the lover was last seen on Tuesday and only ‘resurfaced’ after Bess’s body was found. As such, the man was taken into Police custody where he remains under investigation.A post-mortem examination is set to be conducted today to determine the cause of death of 26-year-old Tishaun Bess. The Police investigation is still ongoing.
COURTS: He agreed to repay homeowners but left the L.A. area before a scheduled court date. By Denise Nix STAFF WRITER Norman Baker’s disappearance after he was convicted of swindling homeowners out of nearly $100,000 in insurance premiums proved costly Wednesday when a judge sentenced him to three years in state prison. Baker, who has paid back half of what he stole, was expected to return the rest of the money and receive probation. But Torrance Superior Court Judge Eric Taylor sided with Deputy District Attorney Paul Guthrie, who said Baker was not trustworthy and his victims wanted him behind bars. “If there was ever a worse candidate for probation, I don’t know who it is,” Guthrie said. Baker and his attorney, Deputy Public Defender Pamela Villanueva, argued that Baker just wanted to repay his victims – and wouldn’t be able to from prison. Baker said he went to Georgia to find work so he could pay them back. His plan was thwarted, however, when California Department of Insurance investigators found him and arrested him. “It upset me very much that this happened,” said Baker, a father of four daughters, including a 10-year-old who has a medical condition that causes seizures and comalike states. “I had the opportunity in Atlanta to make money,” said Baker, who blamed the subprime mortgage market for his failure to earn the remainder of the money he owed. Baker, 52, pleaded no contest in November to one count of grand theft and agreed to pay $95,038.65 he stole from homeowners while posing as a licensed public adjuster. Baker convinced nine homeowners around the Los Angeles area, including Inglewood, Commerce and Watts, that he would help them recover claims for rain damage. He obtained several insurance settlement checks, and instructed the homeowners to endorse the checks so he could use the funds for repairs to their properties. He never arranged for the repairs and took the money. When he made his plea, he agreed to repay the money in two lump sums. He made the first payment in January, but when he was to appear in court June 7 to pay the rest and be sentenced, he didn’t show up. The judge issued a warrant for his arrest, and Baker was captured in Lawrenceville, Ga. He was returned to California on Aug. 10. Because he failed to appear, Baker was held on 14 charges that were still pending. Normally, in plea agreements, outstanding counts are dismissed at sentencing. So when the judge said he was not going to let those charges drop, Baker agreed to accept an additional year in prison and gave up six months’ credit he received in jail, which can be applied toward a prison sentence. email@example.comWant local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The Arizona Cardinals can throw a wrench in all the celebrating while strengthening their own playoff resume. Arizona (9-5) needs a win Sunday at CenturyLink Field to keep their postseason dreams alive.The last time these two teams met in Seattle, the Seahawks embarrassed the Cardinals 58-0 — the worst loss in franchise history.But only 22 of the 45 Cardinals who suited up last December in Seattle are still with the team, so this game should have a different feel than that 58-point blowout did.The two teams met earlier this year, with the Seahawks prevailing 34-22 on a Thursday night game in Week 7.All week, in preparation for the game, we’ll update you with everything going on in Seattle as the Seahawks get ready to host the Cardinals. It’s hard to find any story from the Seattle media concerning the Seahawks that doesn’t include the word ‘Super’ or some mention of the Super Bowl.That’s because the ‘Hawks shut out the New York Giants 23-0 in Week 15 at MetLife Stadium — the site of Super Bowl XLVIII. So with the Seahawks having the league’s best record at 12-2, there’s a lot of talk about this being the first of two trips to New Jersey for Pete Carroll’s team. Top Stories Comments Share The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
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