Five more sachets of suspected illegaldrugs, P3,100 cash, a cellphone, a coin purse, and a sling bag were recoveredfrom her, the report added. Drug suspect Hazel Joy Villavert sits handcuffed after police officers arrest her in an entrapment operation at a bar in Culasi, Antique on Jan. 16. STEPHEN LOUIE CHECA/PN SAN JOSE, Antique – A woman was nabbedin a buy-bust operation at a bar in Culasi, Antique. According to Captain Bryan Alamo ofthe municipal police station, Villavert was first arrested on March 9, 2016 fordrug charges but has availed of a plea bargaining agreement on June 19, 2018. The 37-year-old Hazel Joy Villavert ofBarangay Malacañang, Culasi was arrested after she sold a sachet of suspectedshabu to an undercover officer for P1,000 around 8 p.m. on Jan. 16, a policereport showed. Villavert was now detained in thelockup cell of the Culasi police station, facing charges for violation ofRepublic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002./PN
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Two bills authored by State Sen. Jean Leising (R-Oldenburg) passed the Senate Committee on Education and Career Development.Senate Bill 86, which would require elementary schools to add cursive writing to their curriculum, passed by a 8-1 vote.Cursive writing was a curriculum requirement until 2012.Committee members also passed Senate Bill 87 by a vote of 7-3.The bill would require all public and nonpublic accredited schools in Indiana to use letter grades when evaluating students in third through 12th grades.Leising says that words on report cards such as mastered, progressing, and not mastered, are sometimes hard to understand, and an A to F grading scale would make it clear for parents to track their children’s progress.SB 86 and SB 87 will now be considered by the full Senate.
“(They are) quality spin bowlers on pitches they are used to bowling on and they did a very good job. We didn’t find a way with the bat to combat that. It certainly wasn’t through a lack of effort by the players; they just found it very difficult. It’s disappointing.” Radford was quick to praise Pakistan’s batting effort, which saw them tally 160 for four off their 20 overs after being sent in. “Pakistan have bowled well and have actually fielded very well, and when they batted, they showed that on a slow wicket and a big outfield, it’s actually all about knocking the ball into gaps and doing a lot of running,” he explained. “They ran a lot of twos, which I think really stretched us, and I don’t think it was ever going to be a game for lots of boundaries because I don’t think it was that type of surface or that type of outfield.” DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CMC): Batting coach Toby Radford said West Indies once again failed to adjust to conditions in Saturday night’s second Twenty20 International and need to find answers ahead of the final game tomorrow. For the second straight day, the reigning World champions found themselves completely outclassed by Pakistan, this time slumping to a 16-run defeat to surrender the three-match series. Radford said his side’s batting performance had once again been “disappointing”, pointing out that it followed a similar trend to Friday’s nine-wicket loss in the opening game. “The first power play today and yesterday were similar. (We were) five (wickets) down yesterday, three down in the first six (overs) today, and I think the big difference, when you looked at Pakistan in the first six, (is that) they were 38 for one (in the opening game) and 39 for one (today),” said the Englishman, who joined the side just before the series. “Clearly, the game plan from Pakistan has been to have slow wickets, bowl a lot of spin and have very big boundaries. The West Indies are known to be a big six-hitting and boundary-hitting side and normally play on slightly quicker pitches and slightly smaller outfields, but it is up to us to find a way around that.” Chasing 161 for victory at the Dubai International Stadium in order to level the series, West Indies never got going, slumping to 19 for three in the sixth over and then 89 for seven in the 16th. “I thought Sohail Tanvir bowled very well with the new ball tonight and picked up two wickets. I thought yesterday Imad (Wasim) picking up five wickets was very, very good,” Radford said about the first game on Friday. GOOD JOB