Thirty-year-old Malcolm Brown of Belmonte, Mahaica, East Coast Demerara (ECD) was on Thursday arraigned on the murder of Fareez Yaseem, who was stabbed at least 12 times during an attempted robbery on Monday last.Brown was not required to plead to the charge when it was read to him by Magistrate Wanda Fortune at the Mahaica Magistrate’s Court.The father of three was killed during a confrontation with Brown, who was attempting to break into a storage bond.Reports are the now dead man was awakened by a sound emanating from the lower flat of the house and went to investigate.As he walked down the flight of stairs, he reportedly saw the suspect trying to gain access to the bond resulting in a confrontation and ultimately, a scuffle between the men.It was during the scuffle that the suspect whipped out a knife and dealt Yaseem several blows to his body.Guyana Times was told that the injured man fell into a drain and died almost immediately while the perpetrator made good his escape, but reportedly left his pedal cycle and a slipper behind.Acting on information, the Police subsequently arrested Brown and after interrogation, charges were instituted. Brown will make his next court appearance on June 8, 2018.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.They sent me an agreement stating I had to pay $1,400 by Oct. 18 and then $1,900 for four more months until my regular mortgage of $901 is caught up. They also stated all of those payments have to be in full; even if the total of partial payments are paid before the due date, they will not accept them. Can they do that? I do not understand why the money has to be paid in one lump sum as long as they get it before it is due. – Jeremy By Steve Bucci BANKRATE.COM Q uestion: I left active duty in the Marine Corps about seven months ago and got behind on my mortgage payments. I found a new job and am able to make the payments and some extra, but the mortgage company will not accept partial payment. Answer: I hear your frustration at the mortgage company’s rigid requirements for catching up on your mortgage loan. Unfortunately, you are not the only one, by a long shot, who is trying to catch up with missed mortgage payments. But I’m happy to say that there are some new, innovative solutions available. One such program is called PHASES – short for Preserving Homeownership and Savings Education Strategy. This program can give borrowers in California, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, New York and Ohio who meet certain criteria a grant to catch up on their mortgages. The program is administered by Money Management International, the largest HUD-certified national nonprofit credit counseling agency. The program combines an online education program with counseling and the opportunity for individuals to receive a grant for up to $5,000 to bring past-due mortgage payments current. They also may be able to have other, nonmortgage debts, such as vehicle loans, brought current (as car repossession can put new pressure on a mortgage and lead to renewed problems). This kind of innovative response to the mortgage crisis facing many families is refreshing. The number of states involved has grown, so if yours is not on the current list, I’d check to see if it has been added. You can get more information about this program by calling 888-589-6959 or on the Money Management International Web site, www.money management.org. For those of you who live in the other states, I suggest you check for what programs may be available in your area by contacting a HUD-certified counseling agency. You can find a list of approved agencies on the HUD Web site, www.hud.gov. It sounds to me like you have the money that is necessary to meet the agreement to catch up on your loan; you would just like some flexibility in making the payments. What you have experienced so far is a variation on business as usual: often inflexible approaches offered by mortgage lenders who are following bureaucratic process and procedures laid down by investors and regulators that need to be updated. Let me caution you to be sure to make each payment exactly as scheduled and in the full amount. Mortgages are very different animals from other bills. Once you reach a certain point in delinquency, usually between 60 days and 90 days, the rules become very inflexible. A mistake at this time can lead to a fast train ride to foreclosure with no stops on the way. If you rely on the discipline you learned in the Marine Corps and stay with it, you’ll get caught up with your mortgage before you know it. Steve Bucci is president of Money Management International Financial Education Foundation. Go to www.moneymanagement.org for additional advice. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
At Donegal Daily we allow our figures to do the talking.And once again our figures prove that we are by far the most popular online news outlet across Donegal and the North-West.They’re not our figures but rather the figures officially released by a ‘small’ company known as Google. And whether you access us on your mobile phone, tablet or laptop, the numbers are still rising.The latest stats from the online giant search engine reveals that Donegal Daily has been used by an incredible 2,868,920 people this year.During those searches on the Donegal Daily site, an equally incredible 32,854,080 pages have been viewed on our site.Broken down that means that the number of times Donegal Daily stories have been viewed in the past year is, wait for it, 16,830,822. Yes, that’s sixteen million, eight hundred and thirty thousand, eight hundred and twenty-two! Phew. That’s an incredible number we are proud of considering we received just 47 hits on our site when we started six years ago.Those figures are a testament to you our readers who continue to log on daily in massive numbers because Donegal Daily is your site.Yes, we believe in covering all the major breaking news stories as they happen across our wonderful county which has rightly been named the coolest place on the planet by National Geographic.You know if something happens in any of our towns or villages that readers should know about, it will be on Donegal Daily in a matter of minutes.But we also believe that no story is too small if it matters to or helps our loyal readers. That’s why we’ll continue to help readers find their lost dogs or cats or will highlight a small charity event.We would also like to thank our advertisers without whom the past six years would not have been possible.Six years ago when we launched, the concept of digital advertising was a very new one but today business people realise that if you are not advertising your events or your products online then you are missing the biggest shop window in the world.Our recruitment section has been a massive part of our success of late. It’s great to see more and more companies advertising jobs with us which is a real sign that our economy is getting back on its feet.People know that when they advertise a position with Donegal Daily, be it a shop assistant, a bricklayer or an accountant, we will get them the right position for that post.Our 50,000 daily readers or their friends will ensure that!Living in Donegal, many of us forget about how many people also like to catch up with events from our county from across the world.Be it Australia or Austria, London or Lisbon, thousands of our diaspora around the globe continue to use Donegal Daily each day.And we are so proud of being able to provide that service for all these Donegal people – be they first generation or fifth generation.We plan to expand our services in the New Year as we continue to bring readers different aspects of Donegal life.We already offer different aspects of life with our associated sites Donegal Woman and Donegal Sporthub which are also incredibly popular with our readers.So we only ask you one thing.Keep logging on to Donegal Daily, Donegal Woman and Donegal Sporthub and we will continue to bring you all the latest news, trends, fashion, sport and lifestyle all for FREE!Why Donegal Daily’s numbers are still adding up….! was last modified: October 31st, 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:Donegal DailyDonegal SporthubDonegal WomanGoogleonlinestats