Afterwards, a conversation was issued between the Peruvian international and the sports director about the rayista coach. “I know that I am not a player of your liking,” Advíncula started, to which Cobeño replied: “Nor was Oscar fifteen days ago and now it is essential for him. Maybe Well, which seems essential, tomorrow is no longer. He has been my coach for four years and I have been a captain with him. To me one day was come here to such and the other, I was not summoned. Act on impulses and in your interest. Hey, now this one is worth it, because it puts it. ”This situation has meant that, as the BE, the sports director rayista is considering leaving office. Regardless of what may happen, Cobeño personally apologized to Paco Jémez, in case he had felt offended with his words. David Cobeño, sports director of Rayo, is in the eye of the hurricane, after the Ad Advíncula Case ’was uncovered. It appears in all audios issued by the SER, first talking about the emoluments of his player, Luis Advíncula, and later, about his coach. “Maybe with Míchel I did go a little and gave him my advice, with Paco (Jémez) I prefer that he give himself the host himself, because if you are not going to tell me that I am the culprit, ”said Cobeño.
A Garda car was set alight during an attack at Carndonagh Garda station overnight.It is understood that an accelerant was used to set alight the patrol car just after 9.30pm.No arrests have yet been made and a motive for the attack has yet to be confirmed. Nobody was hurt during the incident which took place at the station which is located just outside the town.Local county councillor Albert Doherty said it was a callous act.“It is a dastardly act and something we don’t want connected to the town.“The night itself, although it was Halloween, was relatively quiet apart from this incident. “Somebody somewhere must have seen something and I would appeal to anybody with information to contact the Gardai,” he said.Anyone with information is asked to contact Carndonagh Garda Station on 074 937 4109.Outrage after Garda car torched outside local station was last modified: November 2nd, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:blazeCarndonagh Garda stationdonegalfirepatrol carset alight
January 24, 2014 454 Views Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Investors Kroll Factual Data Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Applications Mortgage Fraud Service Providers 2014-01-24 Tory Barringer Suspect Mortgage Applications on the Rise in Data, Origination As if this month’s regulatory changes weren’t enough, lenders have another problem to grapple with: According to stats released by “”Kroll Factual Data””:https://www.krollfactualdata.com/, incidents of potential mortgage fraud are on the rise.[IMAGE]Between the second and third quarters of 2013, the company recorded a 10.4 percent average increase in “”possible fraudulent activity”” in loan applications submitted for review.The increase was the third straight quarterly uptick, the company says.””Even with indications of the U.S. economy and the housing market gaining strength, we are seeing the threat [COLUMN_BREAK]of misrepresentation in mortgage applications rising,”” said Rod Bazzani, president of Kroll Factual Data. “”The call for increased vigilance and processes for mitigating this risk is at a pitch not to be discounted or ignored.””Given the findings, Bazzani says “”[i]mplementing the appropriate measures to combat potential fraud … is of critical importance for lenders.””Changes in potentially fraudulent activity weren’t concentrated in any geographical region. Out of all metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) that saw at least 1,000 loan applications throughout the quarter, Huntsville, Alabama, posted the largest quarterly increase in potential fraud at 55.4 percent.Following that were Fort Collins-Loveland, Colorado (+51.4 percent); Manchester, New Hampshire (+41.0 percent); Santa Fe, New Mexico (+37.5 percent); and Boulder-Longmont, Colorado (+32.3 percent).On the other hand, some of the recovery’s hottest markets experienced decreases in possible fraud.Out of the most active areas, Arizona’s Phoenix-Mesa market reported the largest drop: 30.1 percent. Trailing that were Wichita, Kansas (-26.8 percent); Peoria-Pekin, Illinois (-19.4 percent); Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson, South Carolina (-18.7 percent); and Bloomington-Normal, Illinois (-9.7 percent). Share