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THIS CASE is why we supported the ‘Three Strikes’ Law

first_imgMan beat girlfriend to death over texts to exStuff co.nz 27 March 2018Five months after walking free from jail, Dylyn Davis killed his girlfriend.He beat her to a bloody pulp in the garage of a Hamilton home, enraged that she had sent text messages to a former partner saying she felt unsafe.Then he walked away, leaving Aroha Kerehoma lying battered and motionless on the floor of the Dominion Rd garage where they lived in Nawton, Hamilton.Stuff has learned that Davis was released from central North Island’s Rangipo Prison on August 12, 2017 after serving a two years and four and a half month sentence for aggravated robbery.He was subject to special conditions for six months following that date.In July 2011 he was jailed for two years for a raft of charges, stemming from incidents on the night of November 26, 2010.On that night a drunk Davis, armed with a hockey stick, smashed three windows of the Path-lab building in Urlich Ave, Melville, before setting his sights on a dairy owner who was locking up his shop nearby.Davis walked toward him and lit the spray from an aerosol can, causing a large flame he then directed towards the dairy owner’s face.The flame came inches away from the victim’s face.At his sentencing then-Crown prosecutor Sheila Cameron said Davis had told police that he did it for fun.READ MORE: https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/102616947/man-beat-girlfriend-to-death-over-texts-to-exlast_img read more


Gustins are among Marshalltown feature winners

first_imgBy Jeremy FoxMARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (May 1) – Team Gustin took home two feature wins Friday night at Mar­shalltown Speedway.Jimmy Gustin and Trent Jackson started on the front row of the Coors Light IMCA Modified fea­ture and it was Gustin grabbing the lead. He was comfortable out front before the only race cau­tion was displayed on lap eight for debris.Adam Larson took second away from Joel Rust and set his sights on the leader. Gustin, however, de­nied those challenges to take his 88th career win in the division and first at Marshalltown since April 26, 2013. Brian Irvine worked his way from 10th to third.Brandon Williams took the early lead in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod feature, then gave way to Ryan King on lap five.King pulled away and appeared to be going on to take his first win at Marshalltown even with lapped traffic ahead but the caution came out with three circuits left. King had Williams, 12th start­ing Jenae Gustin and Clint Luellen right behind.Gustin found the right lane on the restart and that allowed her to take the lead away and go on to the win. King and Jared Van Deest, rounded out the top three.In the Miller Lite IMCA Stock Cars 18 lap feature event, it was Jay Schmidt taking the lead early as the field behind was going three and four-wide in the early going. Donavon Smith worked his way from eighth to second and battled Schmidt while Michael Jaennette and Jeff Wollam battled for third.Smith took the lead away on lap six and pulled away to take the win. Jaennette took second and Steve Meyer was third.Tim Barber led lap one in the Toby K’s Hideaway IMCA Hobby Stock feature but national point leader Austin Luellen took the lead away after starting sixth. Luellen was only slowed by a pair of cautions on lap nine. Luellen took the win over Eric Stanton and Andy Hick.last_img read more


Gajanand Singh pilots DCC to UWIT20 quarter-finals

first_imgBy BRIJ PARASNATHGajanand SinghGAJANAND Singh showed that he has not lost much of the class that once made him a favourite Guyana youth player who displayed the class and aptitude to do big things in his cricketing career.He produced two scintillating half-centuries in back-to-back matches and in the process sparked Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) to two convincing victories which pushed the Guyanese club to the St Augustine Campus UWIT20 quarterfinals round.DCC will clash with Police in the second match of the double-header today. This will be a day-night encounter starting at 18:00hrs.Merryboys will do battle with DHB United in the first match at 14:00hrs.DCC had to play both Group D matches on the same day at the Sir Frank Worrell Memorial ground, St Augustine Campus and showed that they will be a major force to be reckoned with during the tournament. It is their first outing and they made a strong impression that they are capable of doing well and vie for top honours.Gajanand Singh was the batting hero in both matches. He top-scored with an unbeaten 64 and skilfully guided DCC to an impressive seven-wicket victory over Moosai Sports which mustered only 101 all out in 18 overs in the second match played under floodlights.DCC replied with 103 for 3 in 12 overs. Guyana’s national Under-15 captain Sachin Singh also contributed 16. Adrian Geeban picked up two wickets for 21 runs.Gajanand Singh collected the man-of-the-match award for his positive attacking stroke-play which ensured that DCC maintained their winning ways and topped their group in the preliminary round matches.DHB United defeated Moosai Sports by 103 runs in their first match. They were led to victory by former T&T opening batsmen Nicholas Sookdeosingh, who smashed an unbeaten 102; and William Perkins (58) as they amassed 229 for 2 in 20 overs. Moosai Sports were restricted to 127 for 8 in 20 overs. Former Trinidad and Tobago pacer Uthman Mohammed captured four wickets for 25 runs.Sookdeo was voted man-of-the-match.Group D (First Round)Match 2: DBH United – 158 for 8 from 20 overs (William Perkins 56, Yannick Ottley 31; Shurfane Rutherford 2 for 19, Cohen Ismond 2 for 26, Keemo Paul 2 for 31) vs Demerara Cricket Club 162 for 4 in 16.5 overs (Gajanand Singh 64 n.o., Kemol Savory 58; Uthman Mohammed 2 for 29, Stephawn Solomon 1 for 11).Result: DCC won by 6 wkts.Man-of-the-match: Kemol Savory (DCC)Match 3: MOOSAI SPORTS 101 all out in 18 overs (Johann Lezama 41, Alden Daniel 14; Keemo Paul 3 for 18, Kellon Carmichael 2 for 20, Sherfane Rutherford 2 for 26) vs DCC 103 for 3 in 12 overs (Gajanand Singh 55, Sachin Singh 16; Adrian Geeban 2 for 21).Result: DCC won by 7 wickets.Man-of-the-match: Gajanand Singh (DCC)Match 1: DBH United 229 for 2 wickets in 20 overs (Nicholas Sookdeosingh 102 n.o., William Perkins 58, Yannick Ottley 37 n.o.) vs Moosai Sports 127 for 8 in 20 (Lyndell Nelson 27, Ryan Inniss 20, Adrian Geeban 16; Uthman Mohammed 4 for 25, Stephawn Solomon 2 for 10, Dillon Mungal 2 for 29).Result: DBH United won by 102 runs.Man-of-the-match: Nicholas Sookdeosingh (DBH United)last_img read more