A suspect forgets his winning lottery ticket!

A man who fled from the police left his winning lottery ticket behind. The police are ready to return him, under certain conditions.

Police officers in Cherokee County, Georgia posted a photo of the said post on the Facebook page with a message for the owner.

Officers conducted a roadside check on Highway 75 on Monday. As soon as the driver pulled over, the suspect exited the vehicle and fled on foot, reports the New York Daily News.

“To the suspect who ran away, you can pick up your ticket at 498 Chattin in Canton.” He will be waiting for you. Congratulations by the way, ”the police wrote on the social network.


Authorities confirmed he could get his winning $ 100 ticket back, but his methamphetamine would be confiscated.

As for the arrested driver, his license plate had expired since … 1997.

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Couple abduct baby at gunpoint

A man and woman from Georgia have been arrested after abducting a one-year-old baby while threatening the child’s mother with a gun. The little one was returned to his family safe and sound.

Little Mateo Mantufar-Barrera’s mother was walking with him when a sport utility vehicle pulled up near her. A man threatened him with a gun while a woman picked up the child who was in her stroller.

After an Amber alert, young Mateo was returned to his mother and a couple were arrested for the crime.

In a press briefing on Monday, Agent Mike Beller explained that the couple intended to raise the child as their own.

The suspects had also attempted to abduct another child only 10 or 15 minutes before.

“They saw a mother walking with her child and they threatened him with a weapon. She ran so fast that she was able to hide in an apartment, ”said Agent Beller.

However, this woman never contacted 911. The authorities would like to have her testimony to add to the suspects file.

The suspects are being held pending trial. Their lawyer said the woman had recently suffered a miscarriage.

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39 missing children found in Georgia

Nearly 40 missing children, believed to be destined for sex trafficking, have been found during a major police operation in the state of Georgia, United States.

Operation “Not Forgotten” took place over more than two weeks and mobilized several police forces.

Among them, police officers specializing in the search for missing children of the US Marshals who roamed the north and center of the state for several days.

26 officially missing children were discovered. Thirteen others were also found, authorities told CNN.





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According to State Attorney General Chris Carr, these children were already victims of or intended for sex trafficking.

Nine suspects were arrested during this operation and three others were identified by the police.

Many social workers are mobilized to help traumatized children.

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Georgian court prohibits women from watching soap operas 24 hours a day

A court in Batumi, Georgia, has banned a woman from watching soap operas “24 hours a day” in a lawsuit filed by her ex-husband during the covid-19 pandemic, the local press reported on Saturday.

According to the complainant’s statements to the Ambebi news portal, quoted by the EFE agency, the couple continued to live together, despite the recent divorce that took place during the confinement caused by the new coronavirus, but the ex-wife “saw series 24 hours a day” , preventing you from following the news.

According to that portal, before denouncing his ex-wife, with whom he lived for more than 25 years, the man called the police several times to complain about her behavior.

The plaintiff’s lawyer, Lali Bzhalava, said the client is “happy” about the victory in the courts, while the defendant has not ruled out filing an appeal against the court’s decision because “you also can’t see news all day”.

Georgia, praised by the World Health Organization (WHO) for the way it managed the covid-19 pandemic, applied between March and May a mandatory confinement to the population and has less than 1400 cases confirmed disease.

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Racist and anti-racist protesters clash in Georgia

Stone Mountain, GeorgiaAfter several hours of peaceful demonstrations Saturday in a suburb of Atlanta where a large monument to the Confederacy stands —Which for some Americans represents a symbol of pride or identity, but others consider it a symbol of racism, white supremacy, intolerance and slavery— large police contingents intervened to disperse people when fights were registered.

Several dozen right-wing protesters, some with Confederate flags and military gear, gathered in the center of Stone Mountain. There they ran into a counter-demonstration of a few hundred, with posters and T-shirts supporting the movement Black Lives Matter. In both groups there were people with rifles.

For several hours there was little visible police presence and the confrontations were reduced to a few shoving and angry arguments, but shortly before 1:00 pm, the beatings, kicking and stones began. At that moment the riot police intervened. By 2:00 in the afternoon, there were almost no protesters at the scene.

A man falls into a clash between protesters during a protest in Stone Miuntain Village, Georgia.

Right-wing groups led by an Arkansas organization called Confederate States III% had requested permission to hold an event in Stone Mountain Park, where a gigantic sculpture of leaders of the slave-owning Confederacy stands.

The rally was in response to a march by a black group on Independence Day, July 4, but denied permission to concentrate in the park, the protesters concentrated on the adjoining town of Stone Mountain.

The 4 of July protesters, the vast majority of them black, gave speeches against the large sculpture featuring General Robert E. Lee, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson.

Carved in bas-relief into a granite hillside, it is the largest Confederate monument ever. The 100 to 200 protesters, many of them with rifles, protested peacefully.

Although the park has historically been a gathering place for white supremacists, the adjoining town of Stone Mountain now has a predominantly black population.

Two men hit each other on the ground during a fight in the middle of a demonstration on Stone Mountain.

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Georgia completes constitutional reform

The Georgian parliament adopted a constitutional majority vote (117 for and 3 against) in the third final reading, according to which the parliamentary elections on October 31, 2020 will be held according to a predominantly proportional system: citizens of the country will elect 120 deputies according to party lists and 30 in single-majority counties.

Until now, starting from the first multi-party elections on October 28, 1990, half of the deputies in the 150-seat parliament were elected by the proportional system, and the second half by the majority. In 2024, the highest legislative body will be fully elected by party lists.

According to the same amendments, during the autumn elections a one-percent “electoral barrier” for political parties will operate.

The reform carried out in Georgia guarantees the multi-party system of the future parliament: several opposition parties will certainly be represented in it. Moreover, it is possible that for the formation of the government of the ruling party Bidzina Ivanishvili “Georgian Dream” (GM), which is considered the favorite of the election race, it will be necessary to form a coalition with other political forces.

Among them, for sure, there will be no party of the former president Mikheil Saakashvili “Unified National Movement” (UNM), as well as the “European Georgia” (EG) of ex-speaker David Bakradze. Both parties promised that under no circumstances would they “enter into a coalition with the Russian oligarch Ivanishvili.”

Today, June 29, the UDT and EG boycotted a vote on constitutional reform on the pretext that the authorities still have not released the owner of the opposition television channel Main Channel, Georgy Rurua. At the same time, opponents of the ruling party referred to the agreement of March 8, reached through the mediation of US Ambassador Kelly Degnan and other Western diplomats. According to the opposition, the document signed at the ambassador’s residence allegedly provided for the release of Rurua.

German Ambassador to Tbilisi Hubert Knirsch, considered one of the “architects” of the March 8 agreement, said in an interview with Georgian Public Television that George Rurua was “not mentioned at all.” In response, one of the leaders of the United Opposition, the founder of the Labor Party (PL), Shalva Natelashvili, called the experienced German diplomat a “shameful man,” accused him of a corruption deal with the “oligarch Ivanishvili,” and even attacked the FRG by demanding from Berlin compensation “for 400 thousand Georgians who died on the fronts of World War II unleashed by Germany.”

Read more about the reform in the publication “Kommersant” “Georgian politics is gaining proportions.”

George Dvali, Tbilisi

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“Russia is ahead of us.” Saakashvili made an unexpected confession

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Suspects indicted after the death of Ahmaud Aberey

Drei white men have been charged after the death of the black Joggers Ahmaud Arbery in the American state of Georgia four months ago, among other things, for murder. A Grand Jury had indicted each in nine points, said the Prosecutor of the district of Cobb County, Joyette Holmes, on Wednesday (local time) at a press conference. “This is another great step in order to gain justice for Ahmaud,” said Holmes.

Arbery was Jogging on the 23. February in the town of Brunswick killed. The investigation came after more than two months later, when the case gained by a disturbing cell phone Video wide attention.

At the beginning of may, the 64-year-old Gregory M. were and be taken 34-year-old son Travis firmly. According to investigators, the suspects Arbery had followed initially with their vehicle, and then with firearms confronted. The autopsy report, according to Arbery of two shots was hit with Buckshot at close range in the breast, a third shot grazed his right wrist. The third Suspect has filmed the act, according to the Criminal GBI.

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Financial markets fall due to concerns over new wave of coronavirus

Financial markets are on the decline on Monday due to investors worrying about reports of repeated outbreaks of coronavirus that could slow down or cancel quarantine removal.

The day began with positive dynamics in Asia, where further relaxation of quarantine measures is observed: in New Zealand, some restrictions will be lifted from Thursday, and in Japan they plan to lift the state of emergency in regions where the situation has stabilized.

France, where one of the toughest quarantine regimes in Europe operated, on Monday began to gradually weaken it. The United Kingdom on Sunday also introduced a phased quarantine plan.

Meanwhile, South Korea warns of a second wave of the virus: the number of infections in the country has reached a monthly maximum. The growth in the number of new cases has accelerated in Germany, where restrictions have already begun to soften.

A new wave of infections will negatively affect investor sentiment if governments begin to tighten quarantine measures again.

The European Euro STOXX 600 index fell 0.87 percent, the German DAX – 0.78 percent, and the British FTSE 100 – 0.36 percent. Most affected shares of energy and tourism companies.

On Wall Street, it seems, a recession is also expected: e-Mini S&P 500 futures are down almost 1 percent.

The international MSCI index, covering 49 countries, fell 0.15 percent.

The bond market seems to believe that economic recovery will be slow: US government two-year bonds reached a record low of 0.105 percent, and federal fund rate futures last week for the first time in history went negative.

The dollar against a basket of foreign currencies on Monday rose by 0.3 percent, and against the Japanese yen appreciated to 107.23.

The euro fell 0.2 percent to $ 1.0827, and the pound – 0.9 percent to $ 1.23.

Brent crude fell $ 1.11, or 3.6 percent, to $ 29.86 a barrel, while Texas West Texas Intermediate fell 92 cents, or 3.7 percent, to $ 23.82 a barrel.

The price of gold rose to $ 1,700 an ounce. Gold, considered a safe asset, has grown 12 percent since the start of the year, peaking at seven and a half years.

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Svetlana Nemolyaeva destroyed the love of Lazarev Jr. to Amalia Mordvinova

Svetlana Nemolyaeva lived with folk artist Alexander for more than 50 years Lazarevwho passed away in 2011. For more than 30 years, the only son of the stars has been happy in marriage – Alexander Lazarev Jr. But few people know that being married he literally lost his head from Amalia Mordvinova.

A few years ago Alexander Lazarev Jr. and his wife Alina were on the verge of a divorce. Rehearsing and performing on stage “Lenkoma“with the play” Royal Games “, Alexander was carried away by his partner Amalia Mordvinova.

She was then married for the first time. Her chosen one was sound engineer Igor Zorin.

Learning about the affair of his son, Svetlana Nemolyaeva went to the theater’s artistic director Mark Zakharov. They say that the actress asked to take measures so that the family where Pauline’s little daughter grew up does not collapse.

Soon Amalia suddenly left the troupe and divorced her husband. Probably, the actress hoped that Lazarev Jr. would do the same. But parents were able to keep Alexander from this step, writes “Express newspaper”.

In 2000, the Lazarevs had a second child – a son, Sergei. Two years ago Alexander and Alina got married in one of the temples Georgia.

Now Nemolyaeva continues to anxiously protect her son’s marriage from all adversities. She admitted that she specially arranges gatherings at the cottage, to which she invites the heir and daughter-in-law. “By nature, I’m a diplomat … I always put out fires in our family, and it happens that I speak as a goodwill ambassador between Sasha and Alina. Although they are both wise … “, the star of the screen admits.

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