A policewoman on Thursday appeared before Magistrate Fabayo Azore in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts to answer to a charge of theft.Yonnette Jupiter, 35, pleaded not guilty to the charge which stated that on Friday, August 12, 2016, at the Commissioner of Police’s Office, Eve Leary, Georgetown, she stole one Samsung Galaxy S4 valued 9,000, one 32 gigabyte memory card and a GTT Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card valued 00, property of Royston McPherson.The unrepresented defendant told the court that she has a small daughter hence she is pleading for bail.She was placed on ,000 bail and will have to return to Court on August 19.
For Knott, the most important part of the book being published and available are the people that are reaching out and telling her what the book has meant to them in context to their own stories she shares.“The return of love that I feel from the level of truth-telling in the book that was put in, on purpose, is now meeting its purpose in what it was meant to do, heal,” said KnottKnott is currently travelling to Festivals with her book and writing her second book which could be published by 2021.The book, In My Own Moccasins, a memoir of resilience can be purchased at Cole’s at Totem mall and Online sites such as Amazon.Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Local Indigenous Author, Helen Knott has published her first book, In My Own Moccasins, a memoir of resilience which has made a bestseller list for new releases.The book took Knott three years to write and two years for publishing. The five years in total has been a process to get the book into the world shares, Knott.- Advertisement -Knott shares, she has always loved writing since a little girl and something she has wanted to do yet says she was never set on sharing her story.The idea of the book came to her during a state of prayer which told Knott to write. She started writing and this evolved into her now published book.The book has been impactful for readers and this can be seen through testimonials on social media and the internet. “The reaction to the book has been pretty amazing, ” said Knott, “In terms of vocal support, that has been huge.”Knott shares, finding out the book was on a bestsellers list for new releases in the first week was pretty crazy for her, as she figured this would happen eventually, yet not as soon as it did.Advertisement
From staff reports Little Company of Mary – San Pedro Hospital has won two awards for its work with organ donor patients and their families. The awards were given by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in conjunction with One Legacy, an organization that facilitates organ procurement from donors. The first award signifies that the hospital has a donation rate of more than 67 percent, meaning that for all patients who physically met the criteria, more than 67 percent of them became organ donors. Hospital officials say they have had a 100 percent donation rate for at least the past year. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.The second award was for hospitals that donate more than 3.75 organs per donor. Little Company Mary – San Pedro Hospital donates an average of five organs per donor. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!