Registrato: 07/05/19 11:28
|Cleveland cops are investigating a stray bullet shooting that left a 12-year-old boy dead , accoreding to a report Saturday.
Cleveland police say a 12-year-old boy was killed and 5 teens were injured in a shooting on Friday night.
The boy died after being shot in the chest outside his father’s liquor store Friday evening.
The boy and his father stepped outside to investigate when they heard shots.
The intended targets were a large group of juveniles gathered outside the store, the station reported.
Five teens between the ages of 14 and 16, were shot. One was critically wounded after being struck in the head, the station reported.
The shooters were three other juveniles.
“We don’t exactly what spurred this or what happened, but definitely, our hearts go out to the families of the victims here ,” Cleveland police Chief Calvin Williams told the station.
He said the shooting didn’t appear to be gang-related.
"Condolences to the family who lost a child," Mayor Frank Jackson told the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Williams said the shooting took place in a neighborhood that always has a "heavy police presence."
"And of course, when these things happen, there is a concerted effort by all divisional resources to make sure we find out the people who did this and we get them off the streets," Williams said.
Police appealed to the public for help in identifying the suspects.
Golfing great Tony Jacklin will celebrate the 40th anniversary of his triumph in The Open by playing in the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship at Nailcote Hall near Solihull in August.
Jacklin, who will also celebrate his 65th birthday this year , will join other PGA professionals, European Tour players and a host of celebrities from the worlds of sport and entertainment.
Jacklin, who uses Slazenger golf clubs, played in the event 12 months ago when home pro Mark Mouland won the Pro-Am with fellow European Tour professional, Lee Slattery finishing.
The four days of golf, from August 4 to 7 , will include two CelebrityAm team days followed by "Black Tie" charity party nights.
40th Anniversary Open Champion Celebrity-Amateur Challenge: 5th August, kicks off the tournament with a bang, when teams of 3 amateur golfers are paired with a celebrity personality. In the evening a sensational black tie gala will take place celebrating the 40th anniversary of Tony Jacklin CBE winning the title 'British Open Champion' at Royal Lytham.
The Pro-Am Championship: 5th & 6th August, consists of 36 holes across 2 days. Amateur golfers those using golf equipment are paired with a PGA or European Tour professional, who are competing for the title 'British Par 3 Champion 2009,' there is also a fabulous prize for the best Pro-Am pairing. The evening of 5th August will be celebrated with a stunning V.I.P Players Banquet to unwind and prepare for the next days golfing. The 2 days are closed with a wonderful prize giving ceremony , where the 'British Par 3 Champion' will also be announced.
The Grand Finale Celebrity-Amateur Golf Day: 7th August, is the sensational concluding event of the Par 3 Championship during which, teams of 3 golfers those are uses amateur golf sets enjoy 18 holes of golf with a celebrity personality from the world of sport or entertainment. He is a person who create the history and make own state of art, every new golfer can go ahead with follow him and his golfing tricks. Following the Golf Day a spectacular Grand Finale Black Tie Ball will take place in the wonderful setting of Nailcote Hall. This concluding celebration will be hosted by Tony Jacklin CBE and will also include delicious food and superb entertainment.
Last year European Tour players Graeme Storm, David Lynn, Tom Whitehouse , Simon Lynn, Sam Walker, Jamie Spence joined Mouland and Slattery alongside celebrities including Peter Schmeichel, Jasper Carrott, Kris Akabusi, DJ Spoony , Lee Sharpe, Peter Shilton and snooker player Willie Thorne.
The city's agreement with IMG is to host this year's tournament, with an option for 2010.
Tournament week begins Monday, Sept. 14, but practice by the LPGA players will be limited that day because a corporate outing on the South will go on as scheduled. The North Course will host its usual public play during the week, according to City Golf Manager Jon Maddern.
The deal calls for IMG to reimburse the city's golf enterprise fund for lost green fee revenue on the South and staff overtime during the week. Maddern has estimated that figure to be $200 ,000.
Planning a wedding can be stressful, but fun at the same time and one of the more interesting aspects is organizing the wedding favors. Ideas for treats vary so much in style and cost, that there are plenty of ideas to suit your budget and taste. Favors do not have to be a stressful part of organizing the special day when there are other more important things that require your time.
An easy wedding favor option are flowers which really only require some creativity, and your guests can take home and remember your wedding day. Fortunately, as far as the bride and groom are concerned, apart from choosing which flowers to have , there is little for them to do.
Many people who choose flowers decide on a single red rose for each guest as a symbol of their love. Using a single rose per guest gives an appearance of elegant style. Allowing the staff and or a few family members to distribute to guests can be a gentle gesture, and ensure that no guest is left without a favor.
Unfortunately flowers do no appeal to everyone, some guests may have allergies. Did you know that three in every four wedding receptions are using candy now? We like the idea that a number of receptions have started to eliminate .