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Sen. Barack Obama told a crowd that packed the quad at UNR on Tuesday it’s time for Congress to put politics aside and pass legislation to fix the economic crisis. “Over one trillion dollars of wealth was lost by the time the markets closed on Monday,” he said. “And it wasn’t just the wealth of a few CEOs or Wall Street executives.” He said people have to understand that everyone in the nation will be hurt if the situation isn’t fixed. He said the losses will hit everyone’s 401K and retirement accounts, pension funds for teachers and government employees. He said a recession, if not averted, could cost millions of jobs.(BarackObama.com)
A Kissimmee man suspected of committing Sexual Battery on a Juvenile has been located in an apartment complex in Colorado Springs. Springs Police were contacted by Florida officers on Friday afternoon, who told them a wanted man who hadn’t been seen since 2004 was hiding out in Colorado Springs.
Kissimmee police said 39-year-old Jon Register had overdosed on pills a few days before he was set to go to court for the battery charge. When he was released from the hospital, he told his parents he was going to commit suicide and then walked into the woods. He was not seen or heard from again.
Then, just recently, Kissimmee Police got a tip that Register was in Colorado Springs. Register was found and arrested at 435 W. Van Buren St. Apartment #B without incident on Friday. It is not known when he will face trial.
Osceola County Sheriff’s deputies successfully conducted Operation Zero Tolerance which resulted in 163 arrests and 353 citations issued. In addition, deputies confiscated three guns. The three-day operation began July 17, 2008. Deputies from all areas of the agency including criminal investigations, community response, tourist policing, K-9, narcotics enforcement, agriculture/marine, motors, aggressive driving, gang, school resource, DUI traffic, robbery, patrol and reserves worked all areas of the operation in Buenaventura Lakes, Poinciana and West 192 from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. In addition, other local agencies including the Osceola County Corrections Department and Juvenile Probation assisted.
Based on the Sheriff’s Office community-oriented policing mission, the goal was to reduce crime in these areas, while gathering valuable intelligence for detectives who will use this information to work existing and future cases.
This was the eighth time the Sheriff’s Office conducted such a large-scale operation involving almost all aspects of the Sheriff’s Office. The first took place in January, 2006, the second in June of 2006, the third in November 2006, the fourth in August 2007, the fifth in October 2007 and the sixth in January of this year, the seventh in April of this year. The result of all seven operations has been 660 arrests and 1,861 citations issued.
Excerpt taken from Osceola.org
Motorcyclist Stephen Quill, 44, of Kissimmee, who was struck by an SUV driven by Matthew Hayward, 41, of Vero Beach on July 19 has finally succumbed to his injuries. Hayward ran a red light at Seralago Boulevard and ran into Quill who was crossing the intersection.
Quill was being treated at Orlando Regional Medical Center before he was taken off life support. Investigations are still continuing.
Gary Stroup, 54, of Campbell City was punched in the head and face about a week ago by Angelo Nieves, 43, of Buenaventura Lake after Nieves found him at his ex-girlfriend’s Kissimmee home, investigators said. Stroup died Friday from his injuries.
Nieves was arrested on the same day and held in the Osceola County Jail without bail on suspicion of murder, aggravated battery, burglary and domestic violence.
Edward Mario Loescher, 55, of Alaska was killed on Sunday after his vehicle was struck by another car that was driving in the opposite direction, police said.
According to Orlando police, sometime around 5:12 a.m., Loescher was driving north on the exit ramp of State Road 528 toward State Road 436. As he approached SR 436, another driver, Howard Evans, 65, of Kissimmee, driving in the opposite direction on the ramp, struck the front of Loescher’s pick-up truck. Loescher died at the scene and his passenger, Debbie Loescher, 55, also of Alaska, has been listed in critical condition. Evans, is in stable condition.
Officers said charges are pending.