Twitter Linkedin Advertisement Email Facebook WhatsApp Previous articleDeath of well-known Limerick journalistNext articleDeadly child play caught on camera in Limerick Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print NewsPrisoner death at Limerick jailBy Staff Reporter – May 11, 2017 1081 THE Irish Prison Service has confirmed that an investigation is underway into the death of a 31-year-old man who had been remanded in custody at Limerick Prison after he was refused District Court bail over alleged serious offences.Investigations are underway after the male was found unresponsive in his cell overnight last Saturday/early Sunday morning during routine cell checks.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Attempts to resuscitate the man were unsuccessful and his remains were removed to University Hospital Limerick for postmortem examination.An inquest into his death will be heard later this year, it is expected.The “usual protocols” were followed, the Irish Prison Service confirmed, and a number of investigations are ongoing.
The kitchen at 17 Butleigh Ct, Narangba.The master bedroom has sliding door access to the patio. Upstairs, the home features two spacious living areas with high ceilings, and a big kitchen with coloured cabinetry. The upstairs living spaces open to the wraparound veranda, which looks out over the yard with established gardens and lawn. One of the living areas at 17 Butleigh Ct, Narangba.“So I said he had to come and design me a house.“We wanted it to be different but we wanted it to blend into the area as well.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019“Everything around us was old Queenslander style so that’s why we went with arched roof and the verandas.“The place is designed to be pretty open plan — upstairs is basically two interconnected pavilions.” The home has three bedrooms with built-in robes and a family bathroom with a shower over the bath on the lower level. The home at 17 Butleigh Ct, Narangba.THIS architecturally designed home is on an elevated 700sq m block.The split-level home at 17 Butleigh Ct, Narangba has plenty of indoor and outdoor living, new carpets and fresh paint.Owner Rodney Jess said the home was built 23 years ago.“It was designed by an architect from Holland who was doing stuff a bit different,” he said “I was driving around Clear Mountain when I saw this house I liked.“I knocked on the door and asked who their builder was and the man said he was actually the architect. The veranda at 17 Butleigh Ct, Narangba.At the front of the home there is a double carport with two roller doors offering security. There is also a water tank and a fully-powered shed.Mr Jess said his favourite parts of the home were the veranda and the entryway. “The entry is actually a bridge — you walk in and can look up to see the roof or look downstairs.”
Meanwhile, her current boyfriend waited for her to enter her home before driving away.After she entered her home and locked the door, she noticed Pedro-Mendez standing in the doorway of a bedroom in the home.Police say Pedro-Mendez cursed at the victim, grabbed her by the hair and slammed her against the wall, before sexually assaulting her.They say she she bit one of his biceps at one point, struck him with her hands, and scratched him.Pedro-Mendez took the woman’s phone and prevented her from calling for help. He also blocked the doorway when she tried to leave, and prevented her from calling for help, according to police.The victim told police that Pedro-Mendez paced around her home and continued to verbally attack her while preventing her from leaving. When he eventually left, he took her nightwear, threw it in the garbage and took the garbage can outside.She told police that the window air-conditioning unit in the south bedroom appeared to have been tampered with, and was possibly how he got inside the house.The victim reportedly had bruising throughout her hands and knuckles, as well as a hematoma on the back of her head. A 26-year-old Lake Worth Beach man is facing multiple charges, including sexual battery, after police say he broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home and assaulted her.Peter Benjamin Pedro-Mendez is charged with sexual battery, burglary with battery and false imprisonment.West Palm Beach police say he broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home and attacked her early last Friday.The victim told police that she and Pedro-Mendez dated from February 2018 until this past Memorial Day weekend.Although she did not initially report it to law enforcement, she alleges that Pedro-Mendez began harassing her and stalking her since the end of their relationship.The victim’s current boyfriend met her Thursday and spent the evening at her home.When he left her residence at 2:40 a.m., she had to move her vehicle, as it was blocking his vehicle in the driveway.The woman told police that she noticed a red Toyota Camry with the engine running parked next to the road directly in front of her home.She suspected it was Pedro-Mendez’s vehicle, but did not see him.
“Hugo was fantastic, he deserves a big prize. He showed his real level,” said Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.“Today we see why Hugo Lloris is one of the best goalkeepers of the world.“The performance was fantastic; the effort, the belief, it is important to congratulate our players.”The sides meet again with top spot in Group H on the line at Wembley on November 1.Borussia Dortmund’s 1-1 draw at APOEL Nicosia means the Germans and Cypriots remain six points adrift of the group leaders.“We can’t ever be happy not to win at home, but today there were two great goalkeepers,” said Real coach Zinedine Zidane.“Keylor (Navas) for us and Lloris for them and sometimes you have to accept it.”Real Madrid’s Raphael Varane (L) vies with Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane during their UEFA Champions League group H football match at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on October 17, 2017 © AFP / PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOUAn entertaining encounter got off to a flying start as 18-year-old Achraf Hakimi — on his Champions League debut for Real — teed up Ronaldo to head off the post and Karim Benzema pulled the rebound wide with the goal gaping.After a nervous opening 10 minutes, though, Tottenham settled with Harry Kane predictably a constant threat up front.The English international’s sensational form saw him labelled a “complete player” by Zidane on the eve of the game, fuelling speculation he could follow Luka Modric and Gareth Bale’s lead in making a move to Madrid in the future.“A point at the Bernabeu, you’d take that every day of the week,” said Kane. “It shows how far we’ve come as a team.”Kane’s downward header was turned over by Navas before he broke free down the left and, from his cross, Fernando Llorente appeared to be chopped down by Casemiro inside the area, but Polish referee Szymon Marciniak was unmoved.Despite failing to get the final touch, Kane was involved once more when Spurs went in front on 28 minutes as Varane turned Serge Aurier’s cross into his own net under pressure from the striker.And Madrid’s frustrations shone through when Ronaldo was booked for a petulant slap on Jan Vertonghen.However, Real demonstrated why they have won this competition for the past two seasons by restoring order and parity before the break.A flowing team move put Toni Kroos clean through and when he was upended by Aurier, Ronaldo stepped up to bury the resulting penalty.Spurs were then bailed out by two outstanding saves from Lloris after the restart.The French captain’s outstretched leg diverted Benzema’s powerful header from point-blank range to safety, much to his former international team-mate’s dismay.And Ronaldo then couldn’t believe his eyes as Lloris leapt to turn over his rising drive which was headed for the top corner.“At this level it’s a great feeling to get a good draw,” Lloris told BT Sport.“They put a lot of pressure on. We could have buckled and conceded a second, but 1-1 at half-time was good and we kept working together until the end.”A hugely entertaining game continued to swing from end to end and it was the visitors who had the better chances to take all three points in the final 20 minutes.Kane had the best opportunity when he was picked out by Llorente’s fine pass, but Navas spread himself well to divert the ball behind.And the Costa Rican had to be alert again moments later to prevent Christian Eriksen’s drive sneaking in at the near post.“Today was a game for the ‘keepers,” said Navas.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Tottenham Hotspur’s goalkeeper Hugo Lloris reacts during their UEFA Champions League group H match against Real Madrid CF at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on October 17, 2017 © AFP / PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOUMADRID, Spain, Oct 17 – A pair of stunning second-half saves from Hugo Lloris salvaged a precious point for Tottenham Hotspur as they held European champions Real Madrid 1-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday.Both sides remain unbeaten in this season’s Champions League and well placed to progress to the last 16. They each have seven points after Cristiano Ronaldo’s penalty cancelled out Raphael Varane’s own goal in the first period.