Explicit footage shows cops scrambling to catch a naked teenager wanted for a triple homicide in Virginia.The 18-year-old suspect allegedly killed his mother, sister, and 15-month-old nephew, who were found shot dead at the family home in Keeling.The sheriff’s office identified the victims as 25-year-old Emily Bivens, 1-year-old Cullen Bivens, and 62-year-old Joan Bernard.Police chased the teen across fields and country roads before cornering him Tuesday morning.The suspect identified as Matthew Bernard was taken to the hospital after being arrested for banging his head against the cage of the police vehicle while in custody, police said.He was released back to the sheriff’s office around 3 a.m. on Wednesday.He’s being held without bail in the Pittsylvania County Jail.Bernard faces three counts of first-degree murder and is set for an initial court hearing Thursday.
PRESIDENT of the West Indies Players Association (WIPA) Wavell Hinds will continue to lead the organisation after an Annual General Meeting in Antigua yesterday returned his entire administration for a third term.The AGM, held at the Halcyon Cove by Rez Resorts in Antigua, included accorded to reports healthy debates on a number of issues. However, none of those dimmed the organisation’s trust in its leadership.The result means Hinds, who leads a slate of Nixon McLean as his vice-president, Wayne Lewis as honorary secretary, Ridley Jacobs as honorary treasurer and Liam Sebastien as honorary assistant secretary, will now take on another two years at the helm of the organisation.Hinds said that for his part he will continue to lead the WIPA in a direction that will foster development opportunities and provide welfare and other benefits for its members.The WIPA has been mired in controversy over the last few years, with Hinds being accused of siding with the board in creating unfair deals for West Indies players, contrary to the spirit of agreements with those players.The biggest blow-up of those differences occurred with the West Indies players walking out on a tour of India.WIPA has responded, by pointing out that the benefits that the organisation has tried to provide are for all its members and not just players who represent the West Indies. (Sportsmax)
Go back to the e-newsletterThis week, The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa kicked off a six-week transformation period set for completion in January 2018.The restaurant, bar, reception and relaxation deck will be transformed by interior architect Rachel Luchetti from Luchetti Krelle. The works to the central facilities complete the full resort upgrade, which encompasses refreshed suites and the relaunch of the spa.Lyn & John Parche, GMs of The Byron at Byron comment: “Well-travelled Australians know the ultimate luxury is to feel at home. We have challenged Rachel and her team to use the extraordinary natural surrounds as their canvas to create the ultimate environment for guests to indulge in our world class offering and uniquely intuitive service.”From January, the newly-appointed executive chef, Matthew Kemp, will deliver The Byron at Byron’s restaurant reimagined menu, which centres on fresh and local produce.Kemp hails from the UK, where he received his Michelin-starred training before taking the helm of Sydney-based Banc, before opening his own restaurant, Restaurant Balzac. Kemp will join forces with head chef Gavin Hughes.The upgrade of the restaurant, bar, reception, courtyard, front verandah and spa deck overlooking the infinity pool will occur with minimal disruption to resort guests throughout November and December, and will be completed ready for Christmas.The official launch program will commence from January 2018.Go back to the e-newsletter