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Police issue Amber Alert for Tennessee teen in ‘extreme danger’ after alleged abduction

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first_imgVirginia State Police(BRISTOL, Va.) — Police issued an Amber Alert Thursday morning for a missing teenage girl allegedly abducted by a man in Tennessee.Grace Olivia Galliher, 17, of Bristol, Tennessee, is believed to have been abducted by Richard Tester, 52, on Tuesday afternoon. She was last seen Wednesday night at a motel in Marion, Virginia, about 50 miles away from her hometown, according to Virginia State Police.Tester — who is described as a white man with brown hair, green eyes and glasses — is believed to be traveling with Galliher in a blue 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer with the Tennessee license plate B7101V.Galliher, who is described as white with black hair and brown eyes, is believed to be in “extreme danger,” police said.Police are asking anyone with information about their whereabouts to call 911 or the FBI at 865-544-0751, or go to www.vaamberalert.com.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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Police search for suspect after toddler shot and killed at birthday party

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first_imgMiami-Dade Police Department(MIAMI) — Police are searching for an unknown suspect after a young boy was shot and killed at a birthday party in Miami over the weekend.The Miami-Dade Police Department said its officers responded to a Shotspotter on Saturday night at around 8 p.m. ET. The gunshot detection system directed officers to a home in the Golden Glades neighborhood, where they found 3-year-old Elijah LaFrance suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The officers swiftly placed the toddler in their vehicle and drove him to a local hospital, where he died from his injuries, according to police.Meanwhile, as other officers arrived at the residence, they discovered that a woman was also shot. She was subsequently transported to the hospital in stable condition, police said.A preliminary investigation revealed that the victims were attending a child’s birthday party at the residence, which is a short-term rental. The individual who fired the shots fled the scene and remains at large. The incident remains under investigation, according to police.“My heart hurts, parents should not have to bury their child,” Miami-Dade Police Department director Alfredo Ramirez III wrote on Twitter. “We will not rest and will utilize every resource available to bring this murderer to justice. We can’t do it alone, community must step up!”Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said the community “must stand together to demand an end to this cycle of tragedy.”“There are no words to describe the immense loss [and] anger our community is feeling,” Levine Cava tweeted.Anyone with information regarding the deadly shooting is urged to call the Miami-Dade Police Department detectives at 305-471-2400 or, if they wish to remain anonymous, the Miami-Dade County CrimeStoppers at 305-471-8477. A reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the suspect.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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My next move

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first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Q Last year I graduated from the University of Stirling with a BA in HR management at the age of 40. I entered the job market with high hopes of putting this knowledge, combined with years of experience in a variety of sectors, to good use. After a year and many applications, I am still looking. The feedback is either ‘over-qualified’ or ‘lack of relevant experience’. How can I break this vicious circle?A I can empathise with your frustration given the efforts you have made over the past year. Against a backdrop of the well-publicised demographic time bomb, and with age discrimination legislation less than a year away, you must be surprised that you have not yet succeeded in gaining a foothold in your new career.Here are some tips and hints that may prove useful:– Contact your university careers office for details of job fairs and milk rounds.– Make direct applications to target organisations rather than responding to specific advertisements, as there are likely to be fewer raw graduates applying. Focus on areas where you have sector-specific knowledge.– Target the public sector, which increasingly welcomes the commercial experience you have gained.– The interim market could be a good opportunity to get your foot in the door.  Temporary work increasingly translates into a permanent position.– Consider voluntary HR work in the charities sector, which will help build contacts and provide work experience to put on your CV.– Check out employers with a strong diversity/equal opportunities statement.– You do not indicate how specific your geographical search is. Being flexible about where you work will widen your catchment area and boost your chances of finding a role.– Look up old employers, contacts and networks from your previous career. You will be surprised how often these networks can yield positive results.– Join your local Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development branch. A number of candidates find roles via this route. – Think about how you deliver the message about your recent move to student/graduate status and how your commitment to following your new career has not come lightly or easily.I am sure you will eventually be successful and enjoy the next stage of your working life in the increasingly challenging world of HR.Mark Carriban, managing director, HR Recruitment BusinessIf you have a question for our panel of experts about  developing your career, send your question to [email protected]  My next moveOn 25 Oct 2005 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. last_img read more

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